MTV Iggy & Intel's The Music Experiment 2.0 series makes its way to Boston on August 7th with headliner Disclosure at a secret location. Fans can win tickets, VIP passes & backstage access by participating in daily social media challenges.
More Info & Daily Challenges at musicexperiment.com
Like all ME 2.0 shows, attendees are encouraged to join in on the night's theme. For Boston, the theme is White Noise, which plays off the title of Disclosure’s hot single. So if you go, be sure to arrive dressed in all black with the opportunity to accent your look with white, glowing paint.
Not in Boston? That's ok. The show will be broadcast live on the ME 2.0 website or via the Music Experiment Windows 8 App. The app will allow homes users to direct the show themselves from multiple camera angles – zoom in for a close up on their favorite band member, cut back for a wide shot, and save their own edit to share with their friends. The entire experience is in full HD video and can be wirelessly sent to the users TV using Intel's new WiDi technology while being controlled from their lap. Very cool. The series already hit New York City with a cosmic masquerade featuring Empire of the Sun. Watch the show here. Stay tuned for info on additional events in San Francisco, Los Angeles and Nashville.
English electronic music duo Disclosure, made up of brothers Guy and Howard Lawrence, join The Music Experiment 2.0 as part of their fall tour in the United States to promote their just-released debut album on Cherrytree/Interscope, Settle. As one of the most successful British dance acts in a generation, Disclosure has experienced a meteoric rise to the top of the charts in the U.K. and Australia and is making waves across the U.S music scene.
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