Flying Lotus 3D
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Don't miss the globally-renowned, mind-bending Flying Lotus 3D experience when it makes its way across Australia in January 2020.
No stranger to Australiasian shores, the artist known by fans affectionately as FlyLo has toured his past five studio albums down-under, since he attended Red Bull Music Academy in Melbourne in 2006 and met some long-term collaborators in the cohort. Whether he’s covered in women’s bras at a secret Captain Murphy show, getting the ‘shoe’ at Meredith Music Festival, or blowing the curved-roof off the Sydney Opera House, FlyLo’s shows have been a much-talked about affair for anyone interested in experimental music and visual arts across the country. Fans new and old, this time, are invited to forget what they’ve seen or heard before — Flying Lotus 3D makes the extensive and first-of-it’s-kind stage show Layer 3 look simple.
Even the tech press has been floored, awarding the patented show 'Tech Enhancement of the Year' (Pollstar 2019). 3D Live, the creators of the tech touts the visuals viewable from 120 to 140 degree angles, meaning the holograms, usually flat for the cinema experience, can be seen from around a concert hall. Complimentary 3D glasses mean viewers can see music and a virtual world literally collide — taking dancers into a kaleidoscope of pulsing colours, textures or imagery created by long-term collaborators Strangeloop and Timeboy. While the incarnation of the AV show has been performed for the past 2 years around the globe, and now is refined for his new album specifically — FlyLo is quick to point out that no night is ever the same, with both his music and visuals being improvised live by himself and the visual artists.
In his first AU/NZ tour since 2015, FlyLo fans be warned — Flying Lotus 3D is coming. Fire is coming.