Stage Visuals // Pattern Pusher

Pattern Pusher wanted to create an amazing audio-visual experience at their EP launch in August 2017. They asked us to VJ for the night, and projection map onto a gigantic cube which hung above the stage. We created a whole set of animations to fit the mood of each of the songs, as well as […]

Stage Visuals // Jam Packed

We are working closely with events company Jam Packed, to put on visuals during their live shows. Each video/animation we create is tailored to the band on the night, and incorporates imagery to fit with the theme and event promotion.

Stage Visuals // GearFest 2015

Visuals used for promotional material and VJ projections at the (underwater themed) boutique festival in Wales. The festival’s name has since changed to Subsonic Weekender:

Stage Visuals // Beating Heart

When Hugh Tracey (1903-1977) made 35,000 field recordings across Sub-Saharan Africa between the 1920s & 1970s, his intention was to reveal the beauty and complexity of the music to a world that saw little value in it. Today, almost 90 years later, Tracey’s bid to preserve the music of Africa for future generations’ lives on. […]

Event Visuals // Boomtown Fair 2016 // Central Cinema

‘Welcome to Boomtown’s very own Central Cinema: a broadcasting portal hidden in the back streets of the town centre. Come and enjoy a state of placidity, letting the content wash over you in the decadence of Boomtown’s first ever movie hall.’ Our job was to gather and animate content to be projected inside the cinema. […]

Stage Visuals // Glastonbury – Pluto’s Bazaar

Pluto’s Bazaar is a night-time venue, hidden in the depths of Shangri-la, at Glastonbury Festival. We were commissioned to create some african/glitchy style videos to be used as backdrops for bands playing live.

Stage Visuals // Lyla Foy

We’ve been working with the fantastic musician Lyla Foy (Sub Pop Records) to create a visual accompaniment for her live shows. Many of the visuals are based on organic movement and colours.

Stage Visuals // Lakota // Take Off

At Take Off’s 1st birthday celebration, we projection mapped onto a cosmic style stage, with the DJs inside a rocket. The set design was designed and built by Pascale Wilson.

Stage Visuals // STUFF. // Tangleface Arts

Projection mapping onto a gigantic sculpture called Paragon (created by Tangleface Arts). We hooked up various audio frequencies to different layers of our visuals to enhance the incredible live electronic sound of STUFF.