Amon Tobin

When: Tue., Sept. 4 2012

A mainstay of the U.K.'s cutting-edge Ninja Tune label, electronic musician Amon Tobin is constantly innovating as a recording artist and sound designer. Pitchfork compared his jazzy Bricolage collection to the work of Miles Davis and Quincy Jones, and last year's ISAM album featured rumbling dubstep bass and "female vocals" created from the artist's own pitch-shifted voice. And then there's the live experience: Time Out New York characterized his stage show as an "eye-popping kinetic spectacle that makes recent outings by Daft Punk, Deadmau5 and Richie Hawtin look like soft-coded light shows." You can take it all in tonight at Denver's Ellie Caulkins Opera House (1101 13th St., Tickets are $36.50 to $43.50; showtime is 10. — Bill Forman


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