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Watch the Incredible Video of Samsung SOUND + VISION at the Opera House Featuring Empress Of

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Photo: The Creators Project

At the end of January, Empress Of, Banoffee, Oscar Key Sung and Charles Murdoch took to the iconic Sydney Opera House Concert Hall stage for Samsung SOUND + VISION, a special evening combining stellar tunes with unbelievable visuals. Those visuals were provided by artists Nonotak, Prue Stent and Tin & Ed who made it a pretty unforgettable evening. It was a one of a kind event that is still etched in our memories but now we have a visual reminder thanks to VICE and THE CREATORS PROJECT.

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Photo: Empress Of by The Creators Project

They filmed the event and have now unleashed the video which looks pretty damn cool, if we may say so ourselves. From Banoffee and Oscar Key Sung’s R&B flavoured musings to Empress Of’s brooding brand of electro-pop, it showcases musicians and artists who are pushing the boundaries and searching for innovation in everything they do. The visuals married so well with the music that it plays out like a live music video.

For the technology heads out there wondering how on earthy they brought his all together, new media artist Joe Crossley used Samsung technology to fuse sound and vision with motion sensors, midi triggers and audio manipulation. 

Watch the video below, made possible by Samsung.

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Empress Of, Banoffee, Oscar Key Sung And Charles Murdoch Are Playing A Special Show At The Sydney Opera House

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The iconic Sydney Opera House has hosted some pretty special shows already this year from Disclosure’s dancefloor stormer of a set to Four Tet’s all-encompassing lights and sound show but this newly announced show looks set to be the best yet. Samsung is teaming up with Vice for SOUND + VISION which will see Empress Of, Banoffee, Oscar Key Sung and Charles Murdoch take to the stage accompanied by visuals provided by artists Nonotak, Prue Stent and Tin & Ed.

This will be Empress Of‘s only Sydney show and is likely to be a very special one with her brand of bounding electro-pop set to be accompanied by the visual work of Nonotak. The New York artist’s debut album Me landed a spot in our top 10 favourite albums of 2015.

Melbourne electro-R&B champions Banoffee and Oscar Key Sung will team up with Australian photo surrealist Prue Stent for a special one-off performance. Banoffee and Key Sung are long time collaborators with an undeniable chemistry that’s going to be pretty hard not to be wooed by when they’re standing on the stage of the Opera House.

In addition to both of those performance, Future Classic’s Charles Murdoch will perform alongside visuals by design duo Tin & Ed. Murdoch released his critically-acclaimed debut album Point at the end of last year – an intricate, expansive piece of electronica with guest vocals by Key Sung, WAFIA and Ta-Ku.

As if things couldn’t get any more impressive, new media artist Joe Crossley will be using Samsung technology to fuse the sound and visuals together with motion sensors, midi triggers and audio manipulation. 

We’ve left out the best part though – it’s free. Tickets are flying out the door so you can try your luck by RSVPing here or we have a couple of passes to give away. First in best dressed so send us an email ASAP at [email protected] with your full name.

 

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