Procrastinatus Part I from procrastinat.us on Vimeo.

Procrastinatus Part II from procrastinat.us on Vimeo.

A/V crew Procrastinatus send us their latest: it’s over an hour of a live set, fusing stylish silver-and-monochrome abstract visual loops with tightly-composed sounds. The project is the work of Emil Bardh, Olof Schröder, Emmanuel and Jonatan Moreno, working in the visual software Resolume (site | cdmo tag) and performing sound in Ableton Live (also regularly seen here on Motion).

It’s really beautiful work. I like sometimes dropping visualists and musicians together and not being certain what will happen, some of the time – as a performer and as a viewer. But this degree of care and attention to detail is important, either way, and I expect audiovisual audiences will demand getting to see this kind of coordination, as well. Also interesting: the crew uses the micropayment system Flattr so you can support this work if you want them to release more, “passing the hat” virtually rather than requiring a paid admission. More on that, complete downloads, and more info on the artists:

Full HD downloads: procrastinat.us

Micropayment flattery: flattr.com/​thing/​95145/​The-Procrastinatus-Video

Artists:
emilbardh.com
osch.se
soundcloud.com/​maginfluensa

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