Brandon Wisniski, known more widely as Wreckno, had just gotten done throwing down an insanely hot back-to-back set with Super Future on two of Okeechobee’s stages. The undisputed talk of the weekend came out of the collaborators and touring partners-in-crime throwing down at the traveling Incendia stage. Next on Wreckno’s agenda was to start prepping for his upcoming appearance at Bassnectar’s Deja Voom Festival in Mexico. However, the event, like so many others, wound up canceled due to the current coronavirus pandemic. As a result, many artists are currently struggling right now to make ends meet.
We’re starting to see more and more of them making new music and doing live stream sets as a way of bringing people together during these times and make a little extra money. Wreckno shared that he is now able to pay his rent just from the donations he received during his first Creative Quarantine Live Stream. Watching him get down and make music also helped lift so many of our spirits.
The stream is still available for viewing on Facebook. Be sure to check it out here and do what you can to support your favorite artists during this time!
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