"Howling wolves, wind through the trees and late-night bonfires come in contact with original melodies and crackling radio voices in Tokiomi Tsuta's music, carried by a steady leftfield supply of underwater beats."
Check out Tokiomi's live downtempo set from Mutek Montreal 2017!
To celebrate the release of Tokiomi "Secret Stash" we have another fresh audio/visual collaboration, this time coming from Vancouver's- Laine Butler. Laine is a multi-faceted artist, with experience in sound design, graphic design, and visual art. His work has been featured in theatre pieces, films, video games as well as art exhibitions and late night electronic events. Read more about his works over at www.lainebutler.com
For our third visual collaboration we reached out to another west coast favourite- Arya. Multimedia artist and designer, Arya's works have been featured at Bass Coast Festival, in international publications, and accompanying a wide range of live performances. Check out his interpretation of tokiomi's unique soundscapes below :) or read more about his work at www.aryahawker.com
Our second audio-visual collaboration clip from Tokiomi "Secret Stash" comes from Vancouver producer and visual artist Ian M. Ian uses Max/MSP and TouchDesigner to present distorted, granular visual structures often with themes of noise and decay.
It's release week! Japanese beatmaker Tokiomi releases his first full length album "Secret Stash" this coming Thursday, November, 16. To celebrate our first physical release we collaborated with 7 of our favourite visual artists to get their interpretation of the sounds 🎶
Here's the first clip from Vancouver visual artist - TEV 13
Palace of Manufactures Opening: Kelowna's 1st Pop-Up Art Gallery
On the weekend of Saturday June 12th, the ADSR collective took to the sunny skies of the Okanagon Valley in pursuit of the finest sights, sips and sounds.
Nathalie Denise Coulombe
Live PA sets
Thanks to Sean Shepard for all the hard work putting this thing together!