Amon Tobin’s ISAM Live debuted at the Mutek Festival (Montreal) in May 2011 and it (and subsequent expanded 2.0 format) went on to be one of the most highly regarded and critically acclaimed live shows in the world. A show who’s influence is still being felt to this day in other productions that have tried to emulate it’s visual and sonic breadth. Having graced the stages of Coachella, Sydney Opera House, London’s Roundhouse, Brixton Academy, Sonar, Berkeley Greek Theatre, Mutek Mexico, Cervantino and many more around the world in the last few years, it’s set for one last appearance at Outside Lands before Amon burns it to the ground (possibly literally) and starts development on his follow up concept to the live arena. This is your final chance to witness ISAM in all its glory.
Amon Tobin’s first material since 2011’s ISAM, Dark Jovian, is a space exploration-inspired collection of tracks, featuring reworks from Lee Gamble, Eprom & Logos.
Amon’s Two Fingers alias makes his debut on Noisia’s Division Recordings on June 22nd with the Six Rhythms EP. The six track EP includes Cashew Rhythm, Salah (featuring Noisia), Saint Rhythm, Tasm Fet, Traces, and Adrian’s Rhythm.