- Music: Electro, Disco, Experimental, Pop, Techno
- DJs: Benny Tones and Jen Kyle
- Bands: Module
- Tickets: Presales $13 from Cosmic: http://www.cosmicticketing.co.nz/event/show/1940
Module will perform his critically acclaimed soundtrack from the award-winning video game "Shatter" along with a selection of his classics and remixes
Electronic musician/producer Module A.K.A. Jeramiah Ross will perform his critically acclaimed soundtrack from the award-winning video game "Shatter" along with a selection of his classics and remixes.
Anticipated by many, the show will mark Module’s first public hometown performance of the music he created for local game development studio, Sidhe.
A heady mix of French Electro fused with '80s inspired dance music, attendees can expect an engaging production set to pounding dance rhythms, blazing solos and embellished keyboard parts.
With a performance that tells the story of a robot breaking free and escaping an oppressive machine-based world, Module will be single-handedly playing and looping a wide range of instruments live including synthesisers, electric guitars and computers.
In true Module fashion, the show is a complete synesthetic experience that will include lasers, lights and high production values to create a truly memorable performance.
And to get people even more heat up - supporting Module will be producer/DJ Benny Tones and Radio Active DJ, Jen Kyle. Lauded for his work alongside Electric Wire Hustle as well as other top notch NZ talents, Benny Tones will be taking the stage at the weekday-friendly time of 9pm to deliver a blazing set prior to Module. To close the night out, Jen Kyle will be covering all bases with her fine selections of electro.
The 70+ minute Shatter Soundtrack is widely acknowledged to be one of the great video game soundtracks of the last console generation, if not, all time. With millions of online streams, and over 30,000 copies sold, the soundtrack has been released on CD and limited edition Vinyl, picking up industry awards along the way. GiantBomb declared it Best Original Soundtrack beating out competition from industry titans like Halo and Electronic Arts.
Module most recently released his latest album, "Imagineering" to NZ critical acclaim and will be showcasing remixes and favourites from his previous albums after the "Shatter" soundtrack performance to deliver a set in excess of two hours.
This is Module’s first public Wellington performance in over two years and it will be recorded and released as a special filmed recording.