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Tilt Shift (Launch Party)

Saturday, November 18, 2017 2:00 PM - 1:00 AM AEDT
2pm - 1am
Dr. Morse - 274 Johnston St, Abbotsford VIC 3067

Tilt Shift is a collection of musical misfits who sit firmly left of centre, a bunch of difficult to label square pegs who unintentionally fail to fit a pigeonhole.

Borrowing from the photography term, Tilt Shift refers to two different types of movement, a selective focus with a large depth of field used to control perception. This can be applied to our music policy, tilting the vertical axis resulting in a sharp area of focus without reducing the depth of field. The selective focus that can be achieved by both tilting and shifting movements is compelling because the effect is different from that which you may have become accustomed to. This movement is often used to avoid convergence of parallel lines, or as we have come to think of it, it’s where the lines are blurred.

Introducing our resident collaborators in alphabetical order:

Mutant Dance
Sam McNiece
Stockholm Syndrome