Distract Yourself with Nosaj Thing's New Interactive Site
The interactive site comes on the release day of Nosaj Thing's new EP 'No Reality'.
Image courtesy of Nosaj Thing's website
This morning, the producer (who's real name is Jason Chung) unveiled a new website in anticipation for Chung's new EP, NO REALITY. On the site, tracks from the record play in perpetuation as a spirograph of sound waves, formant shifts, and dotted funnel-like passages wind around the screen. Holding down the mousepad, you can drag lines into different shapes, from black hole-like donuts to cascading waves. By pressing the big "NO REALITY" sign in the center of the screen, the track skips to the next one, and the forms reset to a place of rest. There's a less interactive, but no less interesting visual component to the information page that you can visit by clicking on a link in the upper-left corner of the landing page.
In a statement for the press release, the site's designer Ben Wegscheider said: "I focused on creating dynamic visuals that support the vibe of [Chung's] new EP to create an immersive experience for the audience. It's a trip through NO REALITY audio waves."
Next week, Nosaj Thing will embark on a short audio-visual tour with longtime visual collaborator Daito Manabe. Visit and play with the page here and watch the aforementioned videos below the tour dates.
Nosaj Thing tour dates:
April 17 - Indio CA -Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival
April 18 - Brooklyn, NY - Music Hall of Williamsburg
April 20 - San Francisco, CA - Mezzanine
April 21 - Los Angeles, USA- The Regent
April 24 - Indio, CA - Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival
NO REALITY is out now with Innovative Leisure.