((Innergaze)) Band Profile and Upcoming SXSW Concerts - Oh My Rockness

What do we talk about when we talk about Innergaze? Innergaze is a Brooklyn duo comprised of Aurora Halal and Jason Letkiewicz. They make electronic psych disco jams using machines with lots of knobs and levers and wires and cords. Some of these machines are called "synth machines." These types of machines produce a sound that's similar to two robots in space having a nice, nostalgic conversation about the '80s - maybe over an iced acid (robots drink acid, right?) while waiting for the local laser light show to start.

Innergaze also uses different machines that make rhythmic pounding sounds. These pounding sounds are also known as "big time beats." If you're unfamiliar with big time beats, think of them as sounding like what your heart feels like when you realize that right now is the oldest you have ever been and there's absolutely nothing you can do about it.

Innergaze also sometimes uses a machine called a "bass machine" that has "strings." Bass machines are often used to make people think of "sex."

Finally, when Innergaze play live musical performances they have this special machine on stage that projects color motion pictures on a screen. This machine makes people think about "drugs." I wouldn't know about that. But I do know what we talk about when we talk about Innergaze. We talk about a good band.

Published May 31, 2012



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