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Three Italian DJs will play for over 336 continuous hours on live stream.

From 21st March to 4th April, the resident DJs of the Temple of the Lost Future will be playing constantly on live stream from the Cultural Center in Milan. The team of three DJs will take turns to wash hands, eat meals and visit the bathroom, but someone will always be on the decks.

If the DJs hit their 336-hour target, they will beat the current record of 240 hours set by Nigerian selector, DJ Obi in 2016. Over the coming days, a number of Italian and international artists will join the residents, including Enrico Sangiuliano, Nerone, Lele Sacchi and Neil Landstrumm.

According to the organisers the new record, "will be dedicated to the medical and health personnel who have been saving the life of the country in recent weeks.
We support them with our music!"

The show will not have a live audience and the DJs are encouraging viewers to donate to local hospitals via this fundraiser.

You can follow the attempt 24/7 for the next 13 days on the Temple of the Lost Future Facebook and YouTube pages, or you can watch on the player above.

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