Cercle has become the leading innovator in the live streaming space in electronic music, and today, the company finally made the move from Europe to make its first live stream in the US a reality. Since its launch in 2016, Cercle has chosen iconic locations across Europe from which to broadcast its events, whether a chateau in France or atop the clouds in England. The company has mastered the visual appeal of the historic, iconic site, while bringing artists with die-hard fan bases to play there, lately including Carl Cox, Solomun, and Tale of Us.
Earlier in 2019, Cercle expanded its ventures to South America, bringing FKJ to perform Bolivia's famous salt flats. For its long-awaited launch in America, Berlin producer Len Faki took the stage at a New York City landmark, playing sunset along the Hudson River atop the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum. If you missed the live broadcast, you can still check it out on Facebook above.