First ever 360-degree ‘Harlem Shake’ filmed at Under The Bridge

During Stanton Warriors’ set at last month’s Ritual, Under the Bridge played host to the first ever 360-degree ‘Harlem Shake’. You can check it out by following this link:

Using the latest high definition Surround Video cameras which allowed footage to be captured in full 360°, director Lawrence Page explains how it was done:

“To capture the first half of the ‘Shake’, we shot Under the Bridge’s circular, stylish club space before the doors opened for the night. Then, come 2am, the camera returned to the middle of the dance floor, Stanton Warriors were headlining and fancy dress was in full effect. A shout from the MC to let everyone know we were rolling and the crowd went wild!”.

Ritual is a brand new monthly night from the team behind Tempo Tantrum and The Music League championing the best in electronic music. Bringing forward-thinking lineups to an area of London which has historically only catered for a mainstream crowd, Ritual is set to be a rite of passage for any electronic music enthusiast, showcasing the best sounds across the electronic spectrum including house, techno, electro, breaks, funky, disco and bass.

“If they carry on with line-ups like this, west London may have a new institution on its hands” Evening Standard
“Bringing some Kingsland Road flavour to the Kings Road area” Time Out

The 360° Harlem Shake was created using the latest Surround Video technology from yellowBird, a London company who specialise in End-to-End 360º production.

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