Brazilian electronic musician Amon Tobin is bringing his one-of-a-kind musical and visual
performance to venues all over the country, and fans are clamoring for tickets to see this otherworldly display. With a giant,
three-dimensional structure acting as the visual vehicle, Tobin's music comes to life on stage in a live performance that
is unlike anything you've seen before. Pulsating lights and spectacular visual elements are synchronized with the music of
Tobin's latest album ISAM to create a unique concert experience.
His show is part performance art, part dance party
and every moment is filled with overpowering tunes that make you want to get up and dance. He's embarking on another amazing
tour that will have you thinking outside the box…literally. The cube-like structure, in which his performance centers,
gives the illusion that it is a living organism that could jump right off the stage. He will be touring the US and bringing
his unique musical act to mystified audiences all over the country.
Tobin has become a huge success
since he first stepped onto the electronic music scene in the late 1990s. But in the past few years, the producer has showed
his true genius. He has created a performance art piece that is more than just a concert, it's an experience. Tobin is known
for creating unique entertainment events and building Dolby Digital 7.1 surround sound speaker systems just for those performances.
But when Tobin began working on his latest album, ISAM, he knew that performing this album was going to be more challenging
than any other project. With the help of a production company called V Squared Labs, Tobin was able to make his concert vision
a reality. Tobin and his team created special mapping software and techniques in order to project images onto a cube-like
structure. These images and moving videos coincide with every note of Tobin's music to create a synchronized masterpiece of
music and technology.
About the Artist
Amon Tobin was born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, but left the country
at the age of two. Over the next several years, Tobin's family traveled all over the world, settling in a number of different
countries including Morocco, the Netherlands, London and Portugal. Tobin was greatly influenced by the music in these countries,
but found a love for electronic music when his family finally settled in Brigton, England for good. He spent his teen years
creating samplers in his bedroom, using audio equipment like an Armstrad Studio 100 4-track. At the time, Tobin wasn't well-known
on the local music scene, but when he submitted his demo to a magazine promotion sponsored by the Ninebar record label, he
became an instant success. The label signed him in 1996 and sent Tobin to their London studios to begin recording his work.
first projects were released under his original moniker, Cujo, which means "whose" in Portuguese. His first release was a
series of original compositions recorded onto a 12-inch vinyl. Critics loved it and the new artist began to develop a large
following. The music recorded onto the vinyl record was later re-released as part of his first full-length album, Adventures
in Foam, which was released in the late 1990s. It was also a huge success, even though only 5,000 copies were sold. Tobin
spent the next several years honing his skills and creating more mind-blowing albums like Bricolage and Permutation. Bricolage
included samples of jazz instruments, and had critics comparing the music producer to composition geniuses like Quincy Jones
and Miles Davis. Pitchfork Media gave the album an unheard of 10.10, calling it "one of the most inventive records of the
Since then, the forward-thinking artist has released five more albums, and is well-known in the electronic
music realm. He gives his fans a one-of-a-kind sound and musical experience. He has not only become a star in the music world,
but he has become a go-to artist for those who score movie and video game soundtracks. His tracks have appeared in films like
The Italian Job, The Last Minute and No Strings Attached, as well as video games like Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Conviction.
Now he's back on tour, and bringing his out-of-this-world show to his fans across the globe.
critics and fans had already discovered Tobin's genius in 1996 with the release of his first album, it wasn't until 1997,
when Tobin released his Bricolage, that the world really took notice. The music producer combined sounds and musical elements
like no other producer had done before. Every moment of his tracks were overpowering and showed the listener who was in charge
of the music. But despite the power of Tobin's music, fans became enthralled with his unique sound and were soon clamoring
for tickets to his live shows. Bricolage truly put Tobin on the map, and began his rise to the top.
the house lights darken and the curtains part, the crowd can feel the electricity in the air. Ringing, drum beats and other
primal sounds emanate from the huge, glowing structure on stage. As the music changes, so does the images that are projected
onto the cube-like mass. In a moment, when the whole structure is bathed in light, you can see a dark figure in a transparent
cube in the middle of the structure, pounding away on his DJ equipment. You realize in an instant that Tobin is a part of
this living, breathing organism that is performing like a puppet for the artist inside it. Fans are mesmerized by the sheer
power of his music, swaying and contorting their bodies with every change in the beat. It's safe to say that there's nothing
quite like a performance from Amon Tobin, and no true fan will want to miss it.