Welcome to 2020, the year coronavirus killed the music industry. Well, we’re doing our best here, but it’s hard. Festivals were the first to go, and clubs were next as social distancing became enforced all over the globe. But clubs, unlike music festivals, have rent to pay every month and salaries to staff who depend on their jobs to sustain themselves day to day. As days turned into weeks and weeks have turned into months, it’s become harder and harder for clubs to stay afloat. One club in Japan has taken matters into their own hands.