Sceptics may argue that VR removes the nuance from clubbing, the thrill of the physical in favour of the isolated individual. Yet, it will enable you to experience music without the fear of being refused entry if you’re a person of colour, or being constantly groped on the dance floor if you’re a woman. There is still a communality in being tuned in simultaneously with others; you can ‘opt-in’ or out whenever you choose to, and there are no age restrictions. In theory, VR can game-ify the way in which we consume our music. It could democratise the live experience to include those who would be unable to access it, or who might feel uncomfortable in doing so.