Last night Beats by Dr. Dre shut down IFA in Berlin with an incredible performance by LCD Soundsystem to celebrate the launch of their new Beats Studio3 Wireless Headphones.
Playing their only gig in Germany at the truly iconic Funkhaus recording studio in Berlin, LCD showcased tracks of their latest album ‘American Dream’ as well as playing their biggest hits. James Murphy impressed the 1000+ crowd in what is widely regarded as the worlds most acoustically sound music venue.
Earlier that night, Beats unveiled their new Studio 3 Wireless Headphones – with a host of powerful features and capabilities, Beats Studio3 Wireless (beatsbydre.com) brings the best audio experience to the noise-canceling headphone market. Luke Wood was joined on stage with Boxing market. Luke Wood was joined on stage with Boxing Heavyweight Champion of the world, Anthony Joshua and Rio Ferdinand to discuss the power of music in sport, their current projects and top tips in boxing and football.
“Beats studio3 delivers with a level of sophistication in both technology and audio fidelity beyond anything we’ve ever brought to the market,” said Luke Wood, president of Beats by Dr. Dre. “Since our brands inception, we’ve strived to fox the degradation of sound heightened by the commodification of consumer electronics. Now with the right vision, team and resources, we see technology enabling the perfect sound experience in Studio3.”
The critically acclaimed ‘American Dream’, the first album in 7 years from LCD Soundsystem is out now.