See Vilnius from the top of its tallest tower in this electronic music video

See Vilnius from the top of its tallest tower in this electronic music video

28 August 2020

An independent electronic music collective has dropped a new video from the top of Vilnius’ TV Tower.

The clip features Lithuanian artist Ten Walls, best known for his 2014 single “Walking with Elephants”, recording his latest album, Lights for the Dreams. It joins other tracks in a one-hour DJ set at the tower’s peak 326.5 metres above the city. Built between 1974-1978, the building is Lithuania’s tallest structure.

This is the sixth video released by the production group, called Antidote Community, since they formed in May earlier this year. Other videos have been set at Vilnius’s airport, the locomotive repair depot, and on top of independent art venues.

Antidote Community say they aim to promote “DJ craftsmanship and endorse it as equivalent to any other art form.”

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