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Dysphemic & Miss Eliza - Hungarian Dance - Classical Violin Dubstep

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Published on May 22, 2014

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A MONSTER AND BEAR PRODUCTION
http://monsterandbear.com.au/
Director: Ryan Bird
Produced by Sarah Hickey and Ryan Bird
Director of Photography: Josh Mitchell-Frey
Dancers: Angela Mamajama and Martin de Jesus
Make Up Artist: Corrine Grbevski
Editor and VFX: Ryan Bird
Colourist: Josh Mitchell-Frey

Violin Dubstep

Biography:

Ever wondered what a violin making sweet, sweet love to a sub-woofer sounds like? How about Bach on the gear? Or maybe you're partial to manga girls and dope beats hey? Well enter, stage left, Dysphemic & Miss Eliza!

Bloomed in Melbourne, Australia from a kiss in the depths of a drum and bass party, D&E's obsession with music and each other spawned an outfit built on melodic complexity, slamming drums, violin virtuosity and double time rap. Also renowned for their 100% live and original stage show, these crowned "pioneers of classical dubstep" (100% magazine) utterly mesmerize and have enough spunk and energy to leave the punters screaming.

Want to know more about their cross genre sound? Alllllllrighty then! D&E splice the likes of classical violin, dubstep, glitch hop, drum and bass and hip hop. Their slinky tune 'Tunnel Vision' topped the Kiss FM charts, 'Ramses' was revered as "bass driven ball bearing dubstep" (Beat magazine) and their 2013 debut album 'Synthetic Symphony' has been deemed: "a masterpiece.... the future for next level EDM" (Futurescope) and "a delicate fusion of Classical and Dubstep...the first EP of its kind" (WHOMP TV). They've also toured North America in 2012, and supported Nero, Foreign Beggars, Andy C, Tipper, Beats Antique, Antennae, Dov, ill.Gates, Datsik, Plastician and everyone in between. PA-CHOW!

Frequently on the festival circuit and headlining club gigs, Dysphemic & Miss Eliza are a weapon shooting straight into the hearts and ears of dance floors worldwide.

The Synthetic Symphony Tour hits Australia (February-April), America (May-July) and Europe (August) and their latest EP 'Only One' out on Muti Music, drops April 16, 2013.

Dysphemic (Julian Treweeke) producer/MC for D&E

Hailing from The Blue Mountains; Dysphemic - offspring of Vernon Treweeke, the "Father of Australian Psychedelic Art" - started experimenting with music at the age of 10. From humble beginnings programming on an Amiga Commodore computer and playing drums, Dysphemic has established himself as a one of Australia's most unique and prolific producer/MC's. Traversing from jungle, hardcore techno, hip hop, IDM, drum and bass, dubstep and glitch hop, Dysphemic's standout releases ('Sloth', 'Androids', 'Hypnosis' and 'Muthaf#ckn Dinosaur!') have received worldwide attention and a dedicated following after his European tour.

Miss Eliza (Eliza Quirit) violinist/producer/singer for D&E

A classically trained violinist since the age of 5; Miss Eliza, the "child prodigy" of Filipino sensation Maestro Julian Quirit, grew up in the concert halls of Asia and Australia. With no less than 40 first prizes and scholarships under her belt, she made her professional debut at age 13. Miss Eliza's teen years were then spent touring Australasia as a soloist for symphony orchestras, her performances televised throughout Asia and critiqued as "electrifyingly phenomenal". Renowned for her "fiery", "passionate" and "magnetic stage presence", Miss Eliza can now be found blasting melodies into the electronic dance scene, dropping knowledge on her 'Miss Eliza Violin and Theory School' and supporting the Filipino community in Australia and abroad.

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