Florence + The Machine
MØ’s live shows mix traditional and modern instruments and technologies. Acoustic drums rub shoulders with state of the art keyboard rigs and a live guitarist shares the stage with a DJ.
With a live show as energetic and eclectic as this, MØ’s playback tech, Paul Docherty, turned to iConnectivity. MØ’s show makes use of multiple iConnectMIDI4+ MIDI interfaces; Paul was kind enough to give us a rig rundown from the stage of Coachella 2018.
Spearheaded by Florence Welch's powerful and dramatic vocal delivery and lyrics, Florence + The Machine's music fuses a blend of traditional and eclectic instrumentation to produce a powerful and emotional sound.
Kendrick Lamar is one of the biggest stars in Hip-Hop and almost certainly one of the biggest stars in modern popular culture. If you haven’t heard of Kendrick Lamar (a difficult feat in itself) 30 seconds with an internet search engine will quickly tell you why he was named by Time Magazine as one of the 100 most Influential people in the world.
Luiggy Santiago is a Latin Grammy-nominated, touring musician, playback programmer, and musical director.
Unit Sound & Graphic
In addition to her work as a professional composer for television, CK is an active experimental electronic musician, with a body of performance works spreading back over two decades. We're thrilled to be the choice of CK!
Unit Sound & Graphic, helmed by Sean Wynne, create sound solutions for the marketing and games industries, based in the famous University city of Cambridge, in the UK. Their choice of Audio and MIDI interface is the iConnectAUDIO4+
Master sound-designer Reek Havok posesses an incredible client list including Madonna, Microsoft, REM and Disney. Remember Tommy Lee's famous flying drumkit he used with Motley Crue? Reek was the man behind the technology making it happen.
Fusing elements of rock, metal, pop, dance and electronic music, Enter Shikari are as far from the traditional image of long-haired rockers as you could imagine.
Howard Jones burst onto the 1980s Pop Scene with iconic synth-pop singles such as "New Song" and "What is Love?". Uniquely for the time, Howard was a "self-contained" act, utilising cutting edge technology to enable him to write, record, compose and perform his own songs.