Amon Tobin Uses Incredible 3D Visuals To Enhance Show

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Origin of Cool: Austin, USA 30.266752, -97.750243 Amon Tobin live in Austin


Amon Tobin played the Austin Music Hall on 25th September 2012. Yes, the venue was awful, the bar staff didn’t take cards and the security were some of the rudest people I have ever met (and that is saying a lot after living in London for ten years!), but Amon played some incredible music from his new ISAM (Invented Sounds Applied to Music) album. The Brazilian electro maestro played inside a state of the stage set built from cubes and had some incredible visuals projected onto it to give the impression that the stage was alive. Check out some of the footage we took from the event:

Amon Tobin gig 3D visuals

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