British artist Roly Porter took his first steps into the world of electronics with the Vex’d project, shared with Jamie Teasdale, an artist who soon moved to publish under the alias Kuedo. The label Planet Mu released two albums that were mixed with elegance, the most original grime with an air of noise with an industrial touch. As a solo artist, Porter published two albums, ‘Aftertime’ (2011) and ‘Life Cycle Of A Massive Star’ (2013) for his own label, Subtext, which he runs with Paul Jebanasam and James Ginzburg.
In January this year he published the enormous Third Law (Tri Angle, 2016), a long-playing that seems unbeatable in its kind and in which still dominates the noise, the violent rhythms and sweeping the hardest and electronics. In a happy decision, he gathered his talents with German Marcel Weber (MFO), to give rise to an AV show that works as both visual and sonic art where the compositional force and the visual illuminative design collide. This creative climax will take the audience to a state of audiovisual intoxication, that will remind in their memories.