The exclusive series will serve as a great platform for independent artists in the COVID-19 era
The new season will also premiere episodes by multiple Latino artists, offering a space for all genres to unite and bring their voices together under a single musical movement.
Room Service At Home, a new and special edition series of the Latido Music digital program Room Service, will be premiering today at 7:00 p.m. (EST) with the first of around eight episodes where audiences will have the opportunity to enjoy music performances by latin independent artists, straight from the intimacy of their homes.
The artists forming part of the first episode of Room Service At Home are: New York based Venezuelan musician, Cheo Pardo (ex-member of Los Amigos Invisibles); the also New York based band Salt Cathedral, comprised of Colombian musicians Juliana Ronderos and Nicolas Losada, and the Chilean rock band Automático. Pardo and Salt Cathedral both recorded from New York, and Automatic from Chile.
“In these moments, where we need to generate music spaces for our audiences, Room Service At Home is an interesting independent proposal that takes us to the artists’ home in unique sessions and interviews. Latido Music will be the ally platform for these projects that want to reach audiences with music made from the heart”, says Sergio Uzaheta, Vice President of Content for Latido Music.
The first episode of the new season of Room Service At Home premieres TODAY on Latido Music’s TV channel at 7:00 PM ET, available on Samsung TV Plus, XUMO, ROKU, Apple TV and Amazon Fire TV, among other services. YouTube users will also be able to view the new episode on Latido Music’s official YouTube channel at 8:00 PM ET.
The episodes can be seen every Thursday at 6:00 p.m. (EST) in Latido Music and the Room Service YouTube Channel. Also, every Wednesday prior to the Room Service At Home episode, there will be Facebook Lives of Room Service with the participants, promoted by Latido Music. On each Facebook Live there will be a space supporting a nonprofit organization in the United States in need during this critical moment of the COVID-19 pandemic.