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Loot FX104 - 2016

1 – No Step
2 – Colony Collapse (with Nova)
3 – Shanty Tones
4 – Lost Records (with ECD)
5 – May I Interrupt?
6 – Skirmish
7 – Gendjer2 (with Nova)
8 – Circulate False Notes
9 – Spectralization
10 – Juniper (remix of Y La Bamba)
11 – Hypnotico
12 – Informal Sector Parade
13 – Sidi Bouzid


Performing up to a hundred concerts per year, Filastine uses percussion to control loops and synchronized video from a heap of electronics wired to an amplified shopping cart. You may have seen him at a sweaty Tokyo nightclub, a football stadium in Casablanca, a respected euro-fest like Sónar, in a parking lot in Borneo, or touring the US with likes of Beats Antique or Bassnectar.

Before making electronic music Filastine played with the Infernal Noise Brigade, a marching band he founded for the Battle of Seattle. He continues to use audio as a tool for political intervention with the Sound Swarm, an orchestra of bikemounted megaphones conducted by pirate radio transmitters, with recent actions in support of the Occupy Movement.

Spring of 2012 Filastine delivers the LOOT, his third full length work. LOOT was made in tandem with a grip of potent videos, and launches with a year-long world tour with stops on every continent. The freshly re-tooled live set uses custom software to pull off some deep AV madness, and sees Filastine expanding to tour as a duo, always joined onstage by Indonesian vocalist Nova or one of the collaborating cellists from the album.

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