Immerse yourself in exemplary deep techno from one of Japan's go-to artists.
Long time contributor to the Sydney scene Strange Signals and new kids on the block Innerspace join forces to host Wata Igarashi in an immersive audio-visual warehouse experience
Wata Igarashi is leading the charge of the new generation of extraordinary Japanese techno talent alongside peers Nobu and Iori.
Wata's rapid ascent has come off the back of far reaching deeply psychedelic techno sets both in home Japan and across the globe. These performances have been accompanied by a salvo of blisteringly colourful and psychedlic techno releases on labels such as Midgar, Bitta, and The Bunker NYC, as well as contributions to releases on Peter Van Hoesen's Time To Express and Svreca's Semantica. Detailed, rich and sonic wormholes, Wata's experience as a professional sound designer come through strongly in his works that are as headfucking as they are dancefloor weapons.
A tour that has been in the works for some time, we are thrilled to be hosting him to Australia for the first time, and are hosting the event in a space where production will match the esteem that both crews hold this artist.
Strange Signals, Innerspace and our venue hosts have an absolute zero tolerance policy to any behaviour that makes anyone feel unsafe, uncomfortable, threatened or harassed in any way. We will be policing this and any offenders will be asked to leave immediately with no refund. This is safe, non-discriminatory space and you've been invited into someone's home so act accordingly. Please respect yourself, each other and the venue and their neighbours, and in the instance that you have any concerns, please raise with the event organisers, security or the door person.
Supported by Strange Signals' Matt Costain and Innerspace's Josh Hoffman
Live visuals by: passive.kneeling
(Image credit, reworked photographs from Japanese artist Yuichi ikehata's amazing works)