Live music, performances, and artist hangouts – Human Hotel LIVE
Our first live music performance comes from Musician and Human Hotel member BÜNNI.
Artist and influencer Gab Bois will be our first live hangout host.
Photos: Gab Bois
Right now, with millions of people forced to stay at home, COVID-19 has launched a world-wide experiment in true homesharing. Not in the “sharing economy” way of the word — a financial transaction regarding short-term property rentals — but actually sharing our homes. Being closely together with our loved ones. Feeling the absence of those who matter but cannot be here. And maybe even remembering that we all share one home planet.
Starting this week, we will be sharing live concerts, co-living experiences, and life hacks directly from the homes of creators that inspires us.
This Thursday (May 7th/8pm CEST), BÜNNI – a Danish/Turkish musician – is doing a live home concert with new songs he wrote while staying Human Hotel when he moved to Berlin in January.
Canadian artist and influencer Gab Bois will be the next to be sharing from her home in Montreal – and we have many more inspiring humans joining us live in the coming weeks! You can check our last collaboration with Gab over on our instagram and here on our social page.
BÜNNI aka Bünyamin Eroglu is a Danish-Turkish artist, writing and recording songs from the top of his head and out through his heart. BÜNNI produces Lo-Fi indie rock with self-reflective lyrics about love and life’s heavier sides.
Ever since his debut album ‘Permanent Vacation’ (2018), he has been painting a dreamy, playful and expressive soundscape, catchy and full of depth. After releasing his follow up album ‘A Better Future’ in 2019, he is now ready to ship his third full length album ‘Transit’ on April 23rd, 2020.
All songs are written, recorded and produced by BÜNNI himself. His solo project started in 2018 where he regularly played at Copenhagen’s iconic venues, and it got immediate recognition by Denmark’s biggest alternative radio station P6 BEAT. BÜNNI has since moved to Berlin where he recorded his latest album.
Photo: Geraldine Jennifer Heeb