When it debuted in 2018, 1788-L was everything. He was on every lineup, had collaborations with Rezz, Illenium, and more, and was eager to become a leader in the midtempo scene. Then the pandemic happened. While some persevered and found success with live streams and other forms of engagement, others retreated and focused on sanity, production, brand, design or just them. themselves.
Either way, 1788-L production in the COVID era has dwindled from previous years, but that all changes soon. With a new logo revealed, as well as the first time it has publicly shown its face, a new era of 1788-L is upon us.
Will there be new music? Almost certainly. New shows announced? Most likely. Shape and style to be determined. But if you’ve been hibernating as a fan, you’re going to want to follow him now because he’s got something up his sleeve.
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