If you are an Eric Prydz fan, you probably already tried to catch him on FaceTime a few days ago. The Swedish DJ and producer asked his fans for their numbers on Twitter and called many of them for some hour-long calls.
been on FaceTime all evening with my friends. i guess that’s how we need to do things now. send me your info and i will hit you up for a short hi! its hard to be on lockdown so we need to do it together. ill do as many as i can.— Eric Prydz (@ericprydz) March 23, 2020
Who knew this could become a thing with superstar DJs like the Pryda boss. But in confinement and no-show times, we are seeing more and more DJs getting creative with their fans. Moreover, it is likely that Eric Prydz goes on other Facetime sessions given that the current situation may still last. So, stay tuned on twitter, you never know.
thats it. loved talking to you all! didn’t think it would be an hour per person but thats the way i went. Stay safe and ❤️— Eric Prydz (@ericprydz) March 23, 2020
Many other similar initiatives are coming from other DJs, mostly quarantine DJ Sets from bedrooms and original spots.
If you missed it, Calvin Harris surprised everyone with a trippy Love Regenerator Livestream. Some tunes and a green screen were everything Calvin needed, check them out here. Diplo and Dillon Francis also started a new series of online sessions that are delighting fans. More details here.