This was Carl Cox‘s debut virtual show in the Sensorium Galaxy recently. The exclusive 30-minute performance, featuring tracks written, produced and performed by Carl, premiered on Friday, October 27th.
Named Intermundium, which refers to the space between worlds, or dimensions, the show is another step into the territory of digital performances.
Here’s more of an explanation from the PR blurb:
Sensorium Galaxy is an evolving metaverse consisting of a configuration of diverse virtual worlds. PRISM is Sensorium Galaxy’s hub dedicated to electronic music, where avatars of both real-life and virtual DJs provide continuous musical engagements.
The show is built around the key characteristics of the PRISM world, revealing its phenomenon as an anomaly location. Here, in the epicentre of energetic flows, a unique conductivity of sound frequencies can transform space. This is utilised by the digital version of Carl Cox for a performance with visual sensations that aren’t achievable in the real world.
In the valley of PRISM’s extraordinary surroundings, he controls the environment with his tech-house beats, driving every element of this world into motion with the power of sound—from erupting volcanic streams to gigantic, futuristic structures of an extraterrestrial concert module, engaging virtual inhabitants and show guests in an endless dance.
Visit sensoriumgalaxy.com for more.