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Remembering Four Electronic Musicians Lost In The Oakland Warehouse Fire


In the wake of the tragedy that occurred at Oakland's 'Ghost Ship' arts warehouse, NPR showcases the talents of the up-and-coming artists and musicians who were helping to shape the new sounds of electronic music.

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It has been a week since a massive fire in Oakland, Calif., claimed the lives of 36 people at a party in a warehouse.

"Ghost Ship," as the space was known, was an artist community and music venue, and many of the people who attended the concert the night of last week's deadly fire were up-and-coming electronic music artists.

Among those who died that night are electronic musicians Johnny Igaz, Cash Askew, Chelsea Faith and Travis Hough.



Head over to NPR to listen to the musicians who were helping to create a thriving arts community in Oakland

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