Amon Tobin's ISAM Live 2.0

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  • Amon Tobin's ISAM Live 2.0

    Picking up where it left off at theend of 2011, Amon Tobin's ISAM Live continues to rock the world ofelectronic music. The immersive A/V showstarted off 2012 with rapturous responses attwo Coachella headline performances. A sold-out night at London's BrixtonAcademy was followed by a tour run in Australia, which included two sold-outback-to-back performances at Sydney’s iconicOpera House in June. ISAM Live also made a much-celebrated appearance atSonar Festival in Barcelona on June 15.

    ISAM Live 2.0 will soon launch for an Autumn run of dates across America, introducingthe new ISAM construction enhanced with new audio and visual elements. The updated showwill present new material from the forthcomingTwo Fingers, as well as new visual content nowbeing developed by Leviathan and VelloVirkhaus of V Squared Labs (VSL) specifically for ISAM’s"Journeyman"and "Wooden Toy" tracks. Tobin will reveal new music from his beat-oriented alias, incelebration of the highly anticipated sophomore album due this Fall on BigDada.

    We hope you enjoy the stunning "behind thescenes" video above for the ISAM Live2.0 version of the "Wooden Toy" track. Allpast ISAM Live shows have sold out, so anyoneinterested in attending the following shows should get tickets as soon as possible!
    ISAM Live U.S. Autumn Tour Dates (more info and details here:
    Sept 1 : Seattle (Moore Theatre)*
    Sept 2 : Portland (Roseland Theatre)*
    Sept 4 : Denver (Ellie Caulkins Opera House)*
    Sept 6 : Minneapolis (Orpheum Theatre)*
    Sept 7 : Milwaukee (The Rave)*
    Sept 8 : Chicago (Congress Theatre)
    Sept 9 : Detroit (Royal Oak Music Hall)*
    Sept 10 : Toronto (Kool Haus)*
    Sept 12 : Boston (House Of Blues)*
    Sept 13 : Montclair (Wellmont Theatre)*
    Sept 14 : New York (Hammerstein Ballroom)*
    Sept 17 : Philadelphia (Electric Factory)*
    Sept 19 : Clemson (Brooks Center at Clemson University)*
    Sept 20 : Atlanta (The Tabernacle)*
    Sept 21 : Orlando (House Of Blues)*
    Sept 22 : Miami (The Fillmore at Jackie Gleason)*
    Sept 24 : Dallas (The Palladium)*
    Sept 25 : Austin (Music Hall)*
    Sept 27 : San Diego (House Of Blues)*
    Oct 5 : Berkeley (Greek Theatre)**
    Oct 12 : Los Angeles (Greek Theatre)*
    *with Holy Other
    **with Kronos Quartet and Holy Other
  • Wooden Toy, ISAM 2.0
    Amon Tobin
    Manager: Jeff Waye
    Ninja Tune
    Experience Design:
    Director: Vello Virkhaus
    Show Programmer: Peter Sistrom
    Leviathan Animation:
    Creative Director: Bradon Webb
    Producer: Brandy Olsen
    3D Animation: David Brodeur, Katrina Nelken
    3D Prep: Craig Zacok
    Illustrator: Mike Coon
    VFX: Tim Sepulveda
    Compositing: Chris Beers
    Editor: Mike LaHood
    Assistant Fabricator: Kevin Primm
    Production Assistant:: Rachel Broaddus
    Executive Producer: Chad Hutson
    Executive Creative Director: Jason White
    Chief Scientist: Matt Daly
    Wooden Toy set fabrication Art Directed by Redmoon's Co-Artistic Director, Frank Maugeri. Redmoon's team of collaborators includes Kass Copeland, Tom Robinson, Jack McLaughlin, Shawn Stucky and Puppeteer, Kasey Foster
    Redmoon Shoot:
    Director: Matt Daly
    Director: Bradon Webb
    Producer: Brandy Olsen
    VFX Supervisor: Tim Sepulveda
    DP: Mike LaHood
    Gaffer: Derick Smith
    Grip: Emily Hindin
    Builder: Jack McLaughlin
    Production Assistant: Anirudha Hanamantache
    Puppeteer on Act 3: O’Connor Hartnett
    “ Hyperspace Steam Dream” Documentary:
    Editor: Mike LaHood
    Design: Gareth Fewel
    DP: Mike LaHood
    DP: Aaron Edwards
    Special Thanks to Redmoon Theater for their continuous generosity, hospitality and support.
    @2012 Produced by Leviathan
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