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by amy 2014-08-26 15:55:44

Heineken Sound Atlas: Brooklyn

Sound Atlas are attempting to unearth groundbreaking music and cultural experiences from all over the globe...

...with the intention of bringing it all back to Ireland for us to enjoy. The latest installment features all things Brooklyn.

As part of the journey to Electric Picnic, Sound Atlas explores Brooklyn’s music scene in collaboration with some of their most exciting promoters across music, food and culture.

Following on from Episode 1: Berlin, the documentary features Northern Irish export Eamon Harkin, master of food and markets, Eric Denby and Brooklyn wonder boy David Shapiro. All hold court in some of Brooklyn’s finest establishments including the world famous Mister Sunday’s outdoor party and the internationally renowned market Smorgasburg, which is attended by up to 30,000 people.

The documentary explores how community, music and food collide to shape the unique street and block party scene that Brooklyn is so famous for.

Sound Atlas at Electric Picnic

Electric Picnic festival, which takes place from 29-31 August in Stradbally, Co Laois, hosts the second festival stop of Heineken Sound Atlas following on from Berlin at Longitude.

Sound Atlas at Electric Picnic will be inspired by some of Brooklyn’s most vibrant party spaces including Mister Sunday’s, Battery Harris and The Northern Territory roof garden. The Sound Atlas structure will house Brooklyn inspired food, music, two terraces and a host of activities to keep revellers entertained for the entire weekend.

Want to join in on the conversation? Follow @Heineken_IE and #SoundAtlas for exclusive behind the scenes content, live festival updates and prize giveaways.

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