New Audion – Hecatomb promo video

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Heca 2

This is mind numbing (in the very best sense of the word) next level presentation of club music with the added installation element. Tour dates listed here, hope to see you at the New York one, LA and San Francisco dates this week.

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Michael L'Ecuyer says:

November 2, 2009 at 3:20 pm

I’ve seen him thrice live; as matthew dear (live instrumentation), matthew dear DJ set and as audion (his DJ alter ego) and all three were worlds apart yet unified in vision; both visually and auditorially.

It feels like this dude has been sent from the future to drop all this stuff on our ordinary lives; I’ll be at the Toronto show on the 18th at footwork where I saw him several years ago and he nearly blew the system due to the ferociousness of the low ends he was using during the encore.


dwbl.ldwb says:

November 2, 2009 at 5:21 pm

you guys plan on going. monika is the queen.

yea visuals are coming up on a moment.
the growth in both sound and sight have heightened our awareness,
and it culminates in the cultivating of freaxxxy club energy.
accelerating core to core collisions,
eyes, ears, spines, all connecting to the brain

wrenching itself. to refocus.
screwing clockwise to see more

yo the visions excite us.
the lights among the dark dig deep into us with a piercing stare.
and we never turn down walking along the edge.

die fischerpooner
massive attack
and further?

so many examples of people bending light and space.
so many of these subtle shadows who practice the avant magik on themselves, unknown.

you guys do it too –

my headspace,
it wobbles when i
wead read
wade (thru) ween weed
raid (on) rear dear
reign (over) dead deed
the waters of iso50 !


hm. my text editor is a black bg with light green 10pt Consolas.


M says:

November 4, 2009 at 9:24 am

Matthew Dear is a sloppy Dj. His supposed skill is confused with his ability to be creative in multiple other areas. Just because someone is good at singing or excellent at producing does not in anyway mean they are good at Djing, clearly proven by Mr. Dear.


M says:

November 4, 2009 at 9:47 am

Jakub, be nice. No need to be so bias towards your friend. Criticism is healthy in a business where everyone kisses each others ass at the expense of quality, especially in the techno business where such behavior is rampant. We all know he’s a nice guy but just because he’s an amazing studio producer doesn’t mean he’s a quality Dj. We booked him 2 times here in the States along with 60 other acts & friends in the surrounding business, and he is sloppy, plain and simple. Try to be a bit more open minded to the idea he might not actually be a the greatest at everything he does, which is ok because he’s still an amazing producer and live performer, proven by our purchasing of his music on a regular basis.