Infected Mushroom's new sound and stage show

Infected Mushroom's new sound and stage show

Infected Mushroom - Becoming Insane (Album Version)

Israeli psychedelic trance outfit, Infected Mushroom recently signed with Steve Aoki’s Dim Mak Records, a move that signaled changes both in their sound and their live shows. The group, consisting of Amit “Duvdev” Duvdevani and Erez Aisen, has now blended elements of dubstep and electro into their sound. Their first album on Dim Mak will be Army of Mushrooms, and the first single released off the album is titled “U R So F****d”.
The New Stage Show
The stage show was designed by Vello Verkhaus of V Squared Labs and involves giant balls with moving images on stage with the duo. This means no more band and no more of those hanging mushrooms from their earlier shows. The newer, more modern sound has been likened by some critics to the work of Diplo. The giant balls represent a new use of technology in a live performance. They incorporate 3D mapping and show a variety of scenes throughout the performance, including Mayan temples, ocean depths with coral reefs and futuristic cities.  The new changes promise a sensory feast of psychedelic imagery for fans who want to see them live.

Army of Mushrooms
The band has not completely left their distinctive eccentric, eclectic sound behind to leap on the dubstep bandwagon, regardless of what has been said in some circles.  Most of the album, retains their unique dance trance style with the heavy rock themes that their fans love.

Steve Aoki has said that his intention is to help local artists develop global sounds, and Infected Mushroom’s latest album is a perfect example of that in action.