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Desert Dwellers, Spoonbill, Steven Haman: Dome Theatre Halloween

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Desert Dwellers, Spoonbill, Steven Haman: Dome Theatre Halloween


Enjoy 360 degrees of live visuals on a 76-foot Dome-shaped screen, performed by Steven Haman and The Void, with live musical accompaniment from Desert Dwellers, Spoonbill, Easy Jack, and Zonra while surrounded by visionary artwork and spooky nightmarish performance artists this Halloween season on November 1st!
10% of each tickets benefits the Science Museum's mission to provide entertaining educational resources to all!

Steven Haman has done visuals for Tipper (most recently at Arise music festival, and Summer Camp music festival, Jade Cicada, Shamanic Science, Gem and Jam fest, and many more. His animations are like something from a warp-tunnel psychedelic experience with crystal clear definition and a sense of cosmic humor.
VJ demo reel: https://www.stevenhaman.com/digital-work
His work extends to other Mediums as well, including incredibly original paintings and sculptures that we can only imagine have some sort of intergalactic inspiration.

The Void will be doing some of the openers visuals, as well as collaborating with Steven for Spoonbill’s Set. His style is very complimentary to Steven’s, built around 3 dimensional animations of psychedelic paintings. He has done visuals at Tipper and Friends (for Supertask’s bicycle day performance), Sonic Bloom (for Spoonbill), and countless other events. He’s been blowing up this past year and he’s ensured us this event is about to be a special one.

Desert Dwellers ( http://soundcloud.com/desertdwellers ) is the convergence of music producers Amani Friend and Treavor Moontribe, who honed their individual crafts in the mystical deserts of California and New Mexico, long before electronic music reached mainstream. Amani and Treavor combine the raw sounds of the natural world, wrapped in dance-floor and chill-out productions; blending deep bass, earthy percussion, etheric voices, and cross-cultural instrumentation into a sonic incense for the mind and body. Desert Dwellers’ unique global sounds are a bridge between worlds, and their label Desert Trax has become a platform to spotlight similar alchemical artists.

Their studio output is matched only by their extensive touring history, which juxtaposes performances at America’s most iconic festivals like Symbiosis, Lightning in a Bottle, Burning Man, and Coachella, with high-powered sets at the biggest trance festivals around the world; BOOM in Portugal and Rainbow Serpent in Australia. Desert Dwellers are equally at home in the clubs as they are in the yoga studios, and the jungles, deserts, and mountains of far-flung international festivals.

Coming off of a brand new album release, this will be a stop on their “Breath” tour, and after telling us that their spring equinox performance in the Dome theatre was one of their favorite performances to date, we can’t wait to have them back!

Spoonbill ( https://soundcloud.com/spoonbill ) is a restless sonic author constantly defying genres and experimenting with the potential of the vast sonic canvas. He has carved a unique niche within contemporary electronic music, building a worldwide reputation for his idiosyncratic sound design and richly textured high production values.
After 11 years without a US performance, this Australian artist has spent the past year playing very selective stateside events, such as Tipsgiving, Sonic Bloom, and Yonderville, and we’re extremely honored to be able to host this epic artist.

Easy Jack ( https://soundcloud.com/easyjackofficial )creates self - described “sound system music”, and as the man most often behind Tipper’s soundboard, if there’s one person who knows what that sounds like it’s probably him. After an incredible album release this past summer, this master of downtempo melodic bass music is one of our most anticipated performers that we’ve never seen live before.

Zonra ( soundcloud.com/zonrasounds ) is a project driven by experimentation with meaning in sonic ephemera.
Derived from 'genre', Zonra describes a place outside classification where tempos, styles, and rhythms combine to form a shining psychedelic audioscape of rhythm and melody. “I take influence from everything to create stories through sound”.



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