“The size of the main screen 14m long x 3m high is similar to what we were running in the US”, confirms Sam, “I continued with the truss and screen angles. There was a couple of venues throughout Australia where we had to straighten up the trusses, which was fine, as it still retained the looks”.
The content for the screens was custom built by Melbourne based artist Pat Fox, who worked with Tash from the concept stages to final product. “I am running the full visual package from Resolume and a couple of Midi controllers, triggering all of it live, as well as doing lots of internal processing and live effects on the go, just to mess with it and make it fun and cool”, says Sam.
The show is really extraordinary in every aspect. From the moment Tash enters the stage, unleashing a highly contagious energy and vocal powerhouse, playing more than 12 instruments throughout the show, with dynamic stage visual elements, the crowds are inevitably completely drawn into the ‘Flow State’.
Tash will now be taking the extraordinary show back to US and then Europe.