That Music Thing: Broadcast

In Association with The Venue Music Trust - Filmed Behind Closed Doors

For the first TMT during Coronavirus THAT MUSIC THING will be in association with The Venue Music Trust and we’ll be following the science with social distancing very much in mind so stay tuned for the new series of TMT launching (behind closed doors) next month

featuring the much talked about Maya Law, Ex New Scientists frontman’s new band Sleemo, A bit of flamboyancy with Red Wine Talk and Vapours straight out of the stella nursery that is Access Creative. All the artists will be interviewed by Norwich musician and occasional Radio Presenter Sam Coe.

In line with the lifeblood and inspiration behind TMT, Epic will retain no revenue for hosting the show. Rather, viewers will be given the option to ‘DONATE’ any fee they deem appropriate or affordable to help support the grass roots venues & artists and wider entertainment industry workers involved with the show, who otherwise would be without an income until the industry bounces back and venues are able to start opening their doors again.


Epic Studios has the unique business offering of marrying a top-tier 10,000 sq ft music venue, boasting world-leading Martin Audio MLA PA system and fully-customisable, bespoke light shows; with the expert film crews & state-of-the-art equipment of a TV studio (with the largest soundstage space in the East of England). These two businesses operate as the distinct entities of Epic Studios Events and Epic Studios Broadcast Facilities & Crewing respectively.

If you are interested in learning more about Epic Studios’ live-streaming capabilities for your own show, please enquire via email for further information as to what assistance is available for live music streaming in a safe, sterile environment offering state-of-the-art filming & sound equipment and a profoundly skilled technical team.