Music producer and composer Heinali, streamed dwell from an air raid shelter within the Ukrainian metropolis of Lviv on Saturday, carried out for half-hour to lift cash for the Ukrainian military and humanitarian help.

During the efficiency, Heinali carried out utilizing a modular system he had salvaged from his dwelling throughout an evacuation in the course of the Russian invasion.

β€œThe Live from Ukraine staff efficiently managed to stream my fundraiser dwell set from an air raid shelter in Lviv yesterday, regardless of the air raid alarm two hours earlier than the efficiency and a quite shaky 100m ethernet cable working from two 50m cables and a coupler protected against rain is a plastic bag,” Heinali said in an Instagram post.

Heinali, whose real name is Oleh Shpudieko, combines electronic sound design, medieval harmonies and free improvisation into unique compositions. According to his website, he also composes music for games, films, performances and creates sound art installations. His work can be found in the award-winning video game Bound and he also has sound art installations at the National Art Museum of Ukraine and the Museum of Modern Art of Odessa.

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In a separate Instagram post, Heinali said that the music performed during the live stream was “loosely primarily based on the Twelfth-century organs of the Notre-Dame faculty and earlier polyphony.”

“This is the idea for my new album Organa, which I could not end due to the battle,” he added.

In addition to supporting Ukrainian artists via his stream, Heinali shared a Twitter thread explaining different methods folks can present their assist.


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