In association with Te Papa’s season of Game Masters exhibition, opening at Te Papa on 15 December, renowned electronic musician/producer Module, aka Jeramiah Ross, will perform his critically acclaimed soundtrack from the award-winning video game Shatter. He will perform two concerts at Te Papa's Soundings Theatre on Thursday 17 and Friday 18 January 2013, 7pm–8.30pm.
Building on a successful production at Wellington’s San Francisco Bath House, ‘this is set to be a much larger production for a broader audience’ says Module.
The performance tells the story of a robot breaking free to escape an oppressive machine-based world. Module will single-handedly play and loop a wide range of instruments including computers, synthesizers, and electric guitars.
Attendees can expect a heady mix of French Electro, fused with 80s inspired Dance Music and driven by pounding dance rhythms, blazing solos, and keyboard embellishments.
In true Module fashion, the show will be an immersive sensory experience that will include lasers and lights. The high production standards will be supported by Wellington based digital media artists Interrupt Collective.
Module Live is set to be a truly memorable experience.
Tickets for both nights go on sale early November with a limited number of early release tickets priced at $15.00 (+ booking fee) available through Te Papa’s website. Normal ticket prices range from $12.00 for children, to $22.00 for adults.
For further information, contact:
Tina Norris, Manager Communications (Acting), 021 225 7538, 04 381 7233, Tina.Norris@tepapa.govt.nz
For event specific information and images, contact:
Te Arikirangi Mamaku, Events Producer, 027 250 4140, 04 381 7239, Tearikirangim@tepapa.govt.nz