Get the most out of your experience with a personalized all-access pass to everything local on events, music, restaurants, news and more. It’s no secret that lots of musical artists — DJs, instrumentalists, or otherwise — have been laying low since the novel coronavirus became a global concern. With concert halls emptied and festivals canceled, many find themselves sidelined and missing crucial income. So where are musicians staging performances without physical audiences? Where do crowds gather in the midst of a pandemic? The answers can be found online. Many music makers have decided to stream themselves performing virtual concerts, DJ sets, and similar endeavors using platforms like Instagram, Twitch, and YouTube. New Times has compiled a few of its favorites from last weekend. Take a look, and who knows — you might find yourself encouraged to fire up your own video-streaming app and document your creative process for whoever’s watching. In addition to opening a Discord server for all the “mutants” in her fandom, DJ/producer/performance artist Arca has been streaming on Twitch as she composes on the digital audio workshop she knows best, Ableton. Arca&...