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Buoyed By Pool Noodles, Festival Attendees Enjoy Underwater Ambient Electronic Set – EDM.com

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A new Sydney concert attraction sends listeners adrift to the sounds of electronic music. 

In this case, we mean “adrift” quite literally. The only place the music in “Floors Of Heaven: Submersive Study” can be heard is underwater.

Electronic music artist Leon Vynehall soundtracks the event, held at Woolloomooloo Bay’s Andrew (Boy) Charlton Pool, to the relaxing sounds of ambient music. Attendees float on the water’s surface with ears submerged; their only means of exposure to the sounds of Vynehall, whose ambient serenade broadcasts via a special underwater sound system. 



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