EVENT: Mothmatix vs Sagberg - HoloQuad (World Premiere)
DATE: Wednesday 8th June 2016
TIME: 1am - 1:30am
LOCATION: Penta Hotel,
COST: FREE - XpoNorth Festival Delegate Pass Required
XpoNorth, Kenny Inglis, Sagberg & PsychFi Lab have collaborated to create the worlds first original sonic HoloQuad experience on a smartphone device.
This XpoNorth born arts & hacker technology inspired project. Includes 1500 free HoloQuads to attendees, come join Mothmatix (Kenny Inglis) for world premiere of a smartphone analogue hologram experience. Check out the XpoNorth World Premiere link here: http://bit.ly/MothmatixSagbergHoloQuadPeepShow
The HoloQuad kit turns any Smartphone into a portable holographic device. Place it upside down on your phone, turn down the lights and play the exclusive YouTube HoloQuad video. With sonic visuals created by award winning visual artist David Altweger (Kele, Test Dept, Salon Flux, Simon Boswell) With eye-popping holo projections that glitch in time to the Mothmatix sonic trip. The darker the room the more magical the experience.
Kenny Inglis - a BAFTA Award Winning composer / music producer based in Glasgow. Having cut his teeth as a studio engineer then signed artist, Kenny has now been working professionally for over two decades in TV, film, video games, advertising & new media.
From hit primetime U.S. TV dramas from Six Feet Under to CSI, Ringer, Nikita and beyond his credits are extensive. His trailer work includes the likes of Lakeview Terrace, Aeon Flux, Dead Man Down, Gangster Squad, and Spike Lee's Undisputed Truth. Kenny's advertising work is similarly broad, from Audi to Nike and more. He also recently scored three factual documentaries for the BBC.
Kenny’s indie diffusion project Mothmatix is as intriguing as it is unconventional in approach to electronic music. An unlikely duo from opposite ends of the musical spectrum, yet the sonic synchronicity is undeniable. Mothmatix’s music takes us on a trip along the cutting edge, with glitches and timing switches that will make you want to reboot your brain, yet the importance of melody is never lost.