The South American noise rocker takes to the stage
So much for that old wives tale about electronica’s short life span. Brazilian-born Amon Tobin has had a fifteen-year career and he’s still going strong under the moniker Two Fingers (his sonic alter-ego). All of his albums have been well-received and have varied so greatly in style that Pitchfork once compared his sound to that of Miles Davis and Quincy Jones. Pretty wild, right? The professional spinner will be joined by Eskmo. General admission. Over 18s only.
"Tobin took hundreds of unrelated samples and smashed, wove, stapled, glued and nailed them together into an architecture of sound."