For the first time in a month, I had somewhere to be on a Saturday night. It was a mini-music festival where emo fans and electronic music aficionados gathered, staring up at a handcrafted house that loomed over a massive stage. But first, I had to stand in a lengthy queue with a bunch of strangers wearing concert T-shirts that all read the same phrase: "I literally went to the American Football house in Minecraft. " The classic emo band American Football headlined a lengthy concert on April 11th , appearing alongside popular musicians like Baths and Anamanaguchi — but something was off. There was no jumping around onstage. There weren't any dudes standing at the back of the venue nursing tallboys and nodding their heads while American Football played "Never Meant." Bathroom lines didn't exist, and coat check wasn't a concern. That's because the entire event took place online across Minecraft , which hosted the "physical" show, and Discord, where bands and DJs came to talk with fans. Doors (in this case, servers) opened at 6PM ET, and like any show, there was a mad dash of people rushing to get in. Trying to get into the venue turned… Read full this story
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