The Loft at Center Stage - Atlanta, GA
It’s not often that a band infiltrates the essence of your being, where you live and breathe their music and their words. The Berlin based IAMX isn’t merely a band, it’s an event – a full-on aural and visual attack which has created a die-hard cult who wait for their every move with bated breath.
After three successful releases and years of touring the world as founding member, writer, producer and singer of the band Sneaker Pimps, Chris began his solo project IAMX. From the start, IAMX celebrated the independent anti-commercial industry approach, releasing uncompromising music, with focus on a strong bond with the fans. A movement whose fan base grows steadily through word-of mouth and online activity.
Founded in 2004, IAMX has released four albums that cross genres from electro to dance to experimental burlesque to stripped-down pulsating ballads without losing its very-human soul. The media has taken notice, calling IAMX’s music "gorgeous... deliriously gloomy... and endearingly vulnerable" (Alternative Press),“hidden treasures for the ear that are so pristine, so lush and so near-perfect, that you want to share it with the world (9 out of 10)” (Blurt! Magazine), and “enthralling, highly theatrical mix of biting Brit Pop and electronica” (NYLON).
IAMX have played extensively to sold out audiences across Europe. The live performances have become a highlight of the project. Dressed to kill, set to a backdrop of self created art visuals, explosive and passionate, the band gives everything on stage and has gained a reputation as an exceptional live act.
IAMX’s fifth album The Unified Field will be released in early 2013. The double A-sided single “The Unified Field” is released internationally on December 3, 2012.
Atlanta, GA 30309
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