Alluxe / Alisse Laymac / Tal Flora

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Friday / November 3, 2017 / 8:00 p.m.
Red Room at Cafe 939
939 Boylston Street
Boston
Massachusetts
United States
02115
Alluxe
Alisse Layman
Tal Levy
Alluxe
Alisse Laymac
Tal Flora
Image courtesy of the artist
Image courtesy of the artist
Image courtesy of the artist

Laura Escudé, a.k.a. Alluxe, is an electronic music producer/controllerist/boss lady who pushes the boundaries of live electronic music performance. Her huge sound and fashion-forward look is complemented by her alluring stage presence, complete with custom LED controllers, vocals, and violin.

Alluxe blends original compositions, improvised beats, and violin loops. Her signature sound fuses hip-hop and bass music to create a unique style of forward-thinking electronic music.

As one of the first Ableton Certified Trainers, she lives and breathes music and technology. Her production skills have earned her commissioned remixes for M83, Poliça, and Mr Hudson, and her violin can be heard on albums by Big Grams, Watch the Throne, Hit-Boy, Sage Francis, and Solillaquists of Sound.

Alluxe has opened for Miguel, Garbage, Machinedrum, Robert Rich, and Funkstörung, and has performed with Miguel, Kiesza, Charli XCX, and Iggy Azalea. She also has handled music programming, vocal effects, and designed shows for artists such as Kanye West, The Weeknd, Cirque du Soleil, Drake, and Demi Lovato.

Her EP Contrast is out now.

Alisse Laymac is a producer from Flint, Michigan. She is in her last semester at Berklee, studying music production and engineering, and is headed to Los Angeles, California, at the start of the new year to begin her career. Laymac is working with a handful of artists on projects, engineering, and mixing, as well as writing and producing her own music. 

Tal Flora is a producer/songwriter/technologist/electronic performer from Tel Aviv, Israel. Her music is characterized by intricate, sexy beats and trippy sound design. Flora takes inspiration from her deep attachments to neo-soul, jazz, and hip-hop.

Watch Alluxe's 360 video performance of "Fervor":

Admission: 
Free