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All of the digital music and art from Montreal's MUTEK 2020 festival is free online right now

If you missed out on checking out the electronic music and digital art of MUTEK this past summer, it's all available online for free until November 30.

By JP Karwacki
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This past summer, the Montreal edition of the digital art and electronic music festival MUTEK was one of the few events that could happen in a limited gathering capacity

If you read that sentence and felt a slight twinge of "oh man, I MISSED IT?!?" (or FOMO, you do do), then you're in luck: MUTEK has rolled out MUTEK REPLAY today, where aficionados and the curious alike can dive into more than 50 audiovisual performances, 26 digital works of art and twenty audio recordings exclusive to the festival online for free.

In addition to all of that, the festival is inviting anyone and everyone online to discover the latest performances from Patrick Watson's new project Bleue, Boogieman & Samito, CMD, Desert Bloom, Guillaume Coutu-Dumont, Ouri, softcoresoft and a whole lot more until November 30.

You may not be able to experience the digital art spaces that artists put up, but you can dig into the wealth of new and established electronic music to enjoy as you relax, work from home during the day, or bliss out with that order you just got from the SQDC.

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