This Friday night we will be busting out v2.0 of the Ethno Tekh performance at Enig’matik Vibrations.
This is the first label party Enig’matik has thrown and Jake Rose (head of Enig’matik) has done an ultra tight job to line up some of the most amazing glitchy breaky craziness that Melbourne has ever seen.
The gig has a strong emphasis on visual content and well as music, with A/V sets from both ourselves and the neuron melting Mind Buffer guys.
Our kinect driven A/V set is being extended to 20 minutes and is comprised of three ‘tracks/jams’. Our original track ‘All Frequencies‘ has been getting a sonic and visual reworking for v2.0 to make better use of the screen space and audio interaction. We have also decide to try a brand new visual style for our new track ‘Technology’ which explores a less traditional computer gamey vibe of the original track.