Sunny Bins provided the music for the Chai tent at Woytophia 2012, a sustainable futures festival on the Central Coast. Here is x 90’s Sydney techno band ‘Infusion’ player Ben with his son Liam in his current live incarnation “Genlevel’. With the help of a small inverter and 12v micro mixer, microphone, laptop and guitar were catered for. ‘Mashy P’ also played a set mixing guitar with Electronic dub and ambient soundscape.
On Saturday 24th March the Cancer Council put on another one of their ‘Relay for Life’ events, this time at Gore Hill Oval in Sydney’s inner North, the weather gods shined on the event where participants camp out and do laps of the 400m track to raise funds and awareness about Cancer.
The Sunny Bins wireless transmitter set was used to relay the audio from the main stage to parts of the track that were the furthest away bringing sound to the fringes of the event and creating audio suburbs of the main stage.
Randwick Council purchased a 4 bin set prompted by a Relay for Life event it held at Centennial park in 2011 that uses this radio technology and rolls it out regularly in its sustainable event calender.