Posted by Kristian Hatton
27. Oct, 2012
|November 2, 2012|
Enig’matik Vibrations will be a futuristic display of potential offered by technology, happening this Friday.
Four of avant-garde electronic music record label Enig’matik’s international artists (Grouch, Hedflux, Birds of Paradise/Prey and Organikismness) will be traveling to Melbourne to astound listeners with live electronic composition and manipulation of their aural craft. Aussie pioneers of glitch-hop like Circuit Bent and Goosebumpz will show why Australia is leading the way to the future of sound.
Enig’Matik Vibrations brings not only talented electronic composers and DJs, but also the work of visual artists of the digital medium.
Downstairs at Brown Couch will be decked out with underwater-themed décor to help immerse the audience in a deep and spacious aural landscape, while upstairs will feature the latest in visual projection mapping and live audio-visual performance.
Melbourne’s own duo – Ethno Tekh – will bring projection mapping and live performance to the next level. The performer – Chris Vik – manipulates music live on stage through his movement, tracked by the X-box Kinect application, which he himself developed for use. His partner – Brad Hammond – has developed an interactive 3D game-style environment that visualises Chris’s performance on screen.
For an example of what to expect, click here.
Tickets to this contemporary gallery of fun are available here for $29.50. I might also mention that Enig’matik Records release most of their artists music for free via Bandcamp, which you can sample here.
WHEN: Friday, 2 November, 10pm-late
WHERE: Brown Alley, 585 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne
WEB: Facebook Page