Striking Soundscapes And Projection Mapping Change The Face Of Live Music

Striking Soundscapes And Projection Mapping Change The Face Of Live Music

PSFK interviews avant-garde DJ Amon Tobin and his crew on their groundbreaking tour and the future of digital music performance.

Plus Aziz
  • 31 october 2011

Interactive DJ Amon Tobin has been delivering an exquisite live music experience across the USA and Canada since late September, and will be headed to London this month.

There seems to be a general consensus amongst bloggers and music critics that Amon Tobin’s showcase is nothing less than groundbreaking. While projection mapping has been around for a couple of years, the way it is being applied in Amon’s show is an effective way of making abstract, conceptual electronic music more accessible.

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