NAGYEDi To Review QSC PA System

London-based singer/songwriter NAGYEDi is the fifth artist to participate in QSC’s initiative to support the live events industry by providing her feedback on a QSC PA system.

As artists are currently unable to play live due to the restrictions caused by the worldwide pandemic – QSC is looking towards a time when they can play live again, when the need for live events will become more prevalent than ever.

QSC is looking to help kick-start artists’ comebacks when they return to live performance by giving them a chance to win an active loudspeaker system for their future gigs.

NAGYEDi will be putting two QSC K12.2 active loudspeakers and one QSC KS212C subwoofer through their paces at home.

NAGYEDi (real name Edi Nagy) is from Hungary, and is a defining figure of the alternative music scene in her home country, describing her music as “elusive and unique alternative pop: easy-listening with deep lyrics and emphatic vocals, experimenting with jazz, pop, trip-hop, downtempo, even tribal rhythms, mixing acoustic and electronic sounds".

In 2014 she won the jury prize at one of the most highly regarded competitions for musicians in Hungary, Veszprémi Utcazene Fesztivál.

Following that, NAGYEDi and her live band played at art festivals, smaller and bigger clubs in Budapest, and all over the country. In 2018, they recorded some original songs, releasing their first LP, Visszatérő elemek.

NAGYEDi is currently working on new material, with lyrics in both Hungarian and English.

Keep an eye on Headliner’s website for NAGYEDi’s feedback on the QSC PA system…

One lucky participant will win a system comprising two QSC K12.2 active loudspeakers and one QSC KS212C subwoofer, which will be raffled amongst all successfully featured applicants.

UPDATE: The entry period for this competition is now closed and the winner will be announced on March 1st 2021.