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Techno Thailand

Five countries, 37 people, three cameras, 22.000 air miles, 200 sea miles and 500GB of video raw footage. ► ► ► http://bit.ly/Techno_Thailand

In 2019 Daniel Weiss from Berlin went the extra mile to find out what's going in the (underground) electronic music scene in South East Asia. For @itsoundsfuture he went to Thailand, Cambodia, Singapore, Malaysia and Vietnam.

"Techno Thailand" reveals the insights about the scene in Bangkok, Koh Phangan and Ko Tao, where it came from till today, what are the current issues, what's the sound of the police, what we can expect in the future and what magical places and events we should not miss out ...

Till Friday 06.03.2020 the first four chapters will be shown here on this channel
http://bit.ly/Techno_Thailand

We will present the final chapters -
// Running your own Show
// Authorities
// The Future
// Lessons learned

►►► Friday 06.03.2020
►► 7pm to 9pm
► @Whiteline, located at Silom 8m 10500 Bangkok. 🇹🇭

And after that date chapter by chapter will be released here on this channel and playlist!
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Right now, only English 🇬🇧 subtitles exist,
but YouTube has this cool feature where you can
add subtitles to any existing video (Settings ➤ Subtitles ➤ Add subtitles).

If you are able to add subs in Thai 🇹🇭,
your karma level will skyrocket towards superhero level
and you would be truly someone who has a positive impact on other people's lives.

🦹 🦸‍♂️. 🦹‍♂️. 🦸‍♀️

↘↘↘ FOLLOW THE FUTURE ↙↙↙

WEB
https://www.itsoundsfuture.com/

YOUTUBE
http://youtube.com/c/itsoundsfuture

INSTAGRAM
https://www.instagram.com/itsoundsfuture/

FACEBOOK
https://www.facebook.com/itsoundsfuture/

TWITTER
https://twitter.com/itsoundsfuture
Five countries, 37 people, three cameras, 22.000 air miles, 200 sea miles and 500GB of video raw footage. ► ► ► http://bit.ly/Techno_Thailand

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