alt-J announce that Royal Albert Hall concerts (29-30 October) will be UK’s first ever L-ISA Immersive Hyperreal Sound shows
LONDON – October 2018 — alt-J today announce that their two sold out Royal Albert Hall shows later this month will be immersive sound performances utilizing a surround speaker system enveloping the entire audience—the first concerts to utilize the technology in the UK.
The shows will feature L-Acoustics’ revolutionary new audio technology, L-ISA Immersive Hyperreal Sound, which goes beyond traditional stereo to create a more multidimensional and natural experience, and a sense of intimacy, connecting artist and audience. Speakers will be placed throughout the venue to dynamically position sound effects mixed into a variety of the band’s material, thus creating a truly immersive sound experience. alt-J first utilized the technology at a special, one-off show at New York’s Forest Hills Stadium in the summer.
The Royal Albert Hall shows (October 29 and 30) are the final dates of alt-J’s upcoming UK tour in support of their award winning album RELAXER and its recently released counterpart project REDUXER. The band will be performing arrangements of songs from both albums at the shows. Paigey Cakey and Hex will perform with the band as special guests at the Royal Albert Hall; support across the entire UK tour comes from AK Patterson. Limited tickets remain for some shows. See www.altjband.com for worldwide dates and ticket information.
alt-J live – UK & Ireland autumn tour 2018
October 15 – Dublin, Ireland – Olympia Theatre – *sold out*
October 16 – Dublin, Ireland – Olympia Theatre – *sold out*
October 17 – Dublin, Ireland – Olympia Theatre
October 21 – Glasgow, UK – SEC Armadillo
October 23 – Leeds, UK – Leeds Town Hall – *sold out*
October 24 – Leicester, UK – De Montfort Hall
October 25 – Gateshead, UK – The Sage – *sold out*
October 28 – Manchester, UK – Bridgewater Hall – *sold out*
October 29 – London, UK – Royal Albert Hall – *sold out*
October 30 – London, UK – Royal Albert Hall – *sold out*
REDUXER is a set of 11 genre-straddling reinterpretations of songs from the band’s award winning third album RELAXER, reimagined by a host of fans, friends and peers, including a globe-straddling cross-section of some of the world’s most influential and prolific hip hop artists and producers. The project features, amongst others, the songs Deadcrush (feat. Danny Brown) (The Alchemist x Trooko Version), Last Year (feat. GoldLink) (Terrace Martin Version), 3WW (feat. Little Simz) (OTG Version) and In Cold Blood (feat. Pusha T) (Twin ShadowVersion).
REDUXER is out now via Infectious Music in digital and physical formats, including limited white vinyl and CD. The artist store also has signed CDs and very limited test pressings available: https://alt-j.lnk.to/REDUXERPR
Founded in 1984 near Paris, France, L-Acoustics is the market leader in professional sound reinforcement technologies. With over 400 team members worldwide and offices in Paris, London, Los Angeles, and New York, L-Acoustics is present in over 80 countries via our network of Certified Providers. Focused on solutions that elevate the audience experience, more than 20% of L-Acoustics’ talent is devoted to R&D in the areas of acoustics, applications, mechanics, electronics, signal processing, and software development.
Recognized for pioneering the line source array, L-Acoustics continues to shape the future of the professional audio industry with L-ISA Immersive Hyperreal Sound technology, a multidimensional, object-based approach to designing, mixing, and processing sound that results in extremely natural and intelligible audio and a more vibrant, and authentic connection between artists and their fans. For more information, visit: www.l-isa-immersive.com
L-Acoustics technologies can be heard in places like the Hollywood Bowl, the NFL Cardinals State Farm Stadium or the Philharmonie de Paris, as well as the world’s top-grossing festivals, the London, Sochi and Rio Olympics, and on tour with world-class artists such as Adele, Pearl Jam, Lorde, and Depeche Mode.