Zebbler Encanti Experience / Sixis / be.IN / Chamelyon

When:

Venue: Rapture

Address: 303 East Main Street, Charlottesville VA 22902

Phone: 434-293-9526

Website: http://rapturerestaurant.com/

Charlottesville Music Showcase presents:

Zebbler Encanti Experience (aka “ZEE”) is an audio/visual collaboration between video artist Zebbler and electronic music producer Encanti, based out of Boston, USA and Valencia, Spain. The Experience is an immersive performance of mapped visuals on three custom winged projection screens, synchronized with heavy peak-hour psychedelic bass music, resulting in the creation of a fantasy world for audiences to lose themselves in.

ZEE have seen a considerable amount of road time in the last few years, serving as integral members of multiple tour teams. The architect behind the projection mapped projects for Shpongle and EOTO, and assisting with Infected Mushroom’s stage construction, Zebbler has toured the United States nonstop producing visual shows and performing as a VJ at hundreds of high profile events. In addition to ZEE performing as direct touring support for EOTO in venues throughout the country, and performing in Shpongle Live band during their first few shows in the United States, Encanti has carved out some time to teach electronic music production to graduate students in Valencia, Spain wing of Berklee College of Music.

Zebbler Encanti Experience

 

Sixis – The Sixis project fuses distinct sonic spaces with danceable bass music aesthetics to create a thought provoking and emotive experience. Synthetic and organic elements blur through field recording and electronic synthesis, generating a familiar yet alien trip through the body and out of the imagination

Sixis

 

be.IN – Producer, DJ. Awe Enthusiast. Disgusting, visceral jams colliding and compounding with melodic euphoria. The rebirth of cyberdelia.

be.IN

 

Chamelyon – Chamelyon says, “I like drums a lot. I dabble in keys as well. I work in ableton live to create my “experimental” electronic beats. I am most recently influenced by hip-hop, dubstep, future, and of course, booty bass.”

 

Chamelyon