After sending Los Angeles into an awe after the debut of The Hex at Lot 613, Karma Fields takes the holographic stage to the east coast as it makes its debut at Webster Hall NYC this Saturday, April 29th. As a free show with RSVP, The Hex at Webster Hall is set to be an unmatched audio visual experience that pushes the boundaries of what makes a truly unique show in one of the most iconic entertainment hubs in the world. And with a live version of “Scandal” is out now, fans will certainly have a taste of what is to come this weekend.
Stream “Scandal [Live Version]”
Watch The Hex Demonstration Video:
What’s in store for NYC:
The concept of raising a proverbial veil between the artist and the music has become something of a commodity in the current industry climate. Karma Fields succeeds in being just such an act, with the prerogative being one of completely immersing the listener in a captivating auditory experience.
Having stormed onto the scene by hacking into the Monstercat Podcast with debut “Build The Cities” (featuring vocalist Kerli), Karma Fields’ bold moves and internet intrigue are creating a true buzz in the industry and appealing to the curiosity of a growing international audience. With rumors of new and experimental content soon to be released on the
Monstercat label, the rise of Karma Field is only just beginning.
It is evident from the global debut, “Hello World”, that it’s not only the music that has been turning heads early on but the comprehensive aesthetic of Karma Fields, too.
Within this monochromatic world of artificial intelligence, the grid and shapes are all alive and constantly changing. Supplementing this already complex system, advanced 3D mapping techniques are used to create further images and depth of data in the system.
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