Amon Tobin w/ Special Guests

16 and up
Saturday, August 28
Doors: | 8pm | Show: | 9pm


Two Fingers released Fight! Fight! Fight! to widespread acclaim in 2020. The vinyl album sold out as quickly as it was pressed and Spotify listeners streamed it over a million times in the first week of release.

All the shows planned in 2020 (including headline and festival sets in the US, UK and across Europe) had to be cancelled or postponed so these August shows are the first live shows for Amon as Two Fingers for nearly two years.

Two Fingers began modestly as Amon Tobin’s dedicated outlet for heavy
bass music way back in the early 2000’s. Since then it has gained its own
gravitational pull with two full length albums on Ninja Tune, legendary DJ sets
across the globe and tracks which have rightfully earned their status as bona
fide classics.

Fools, Sweden, Saint, and Stripe Rhythms… the list goes on and this
consistency from such innocuous beginnings, lurches forward into something
entirely unanticipated.

From the sweaty clubs it was intended for, to features in blockbuster movies
and video games, to global ad campaigns for major brands, Two Fingers
appears to stride effortlessly between commercial appeal and uncompromised

Two Fingers influence amongst entire genres that have developed in its wake
cannot be understated. The template that saw drum n’ bass production
applied to hip hop burned a hole right through EDM to the other side, before
EDM was even a thing.

And here it remains.

Totemic to its derivatives and unapologetic to the genres from which it was
derived, Two Fingers strides forward. Always.

Amon Adonai Santos de Ara├║jo Tobin (born February 7, 1972), known as Amon Tobin, is a Brazilian musician, composer and producer of electronic music. He is noted for his unusual methodology in sound design and music production. He has released seven major studio albums under the London-based Ninja Tune record label. In 2007 he released Foley Room, an album based entirely on the manipulation of field recordings. His latest album, 2011's ISAM, included "female" vocals made from his own processed voice. His music has been used in numerous major motion pictures including The Italian Job and 21. Tobin has created songs for several independent films, including the 2006 Hungarian film Taxidermia, and had his music used in other independent films, including the 2002 Cannes Palme d'Or nominated Divine Intervention. A selection of his tracks were featured in commercial bumps on Toonami and in the 2005 anime IGPX, and he produced the musical scores to critically acclaimed video games Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory by Ubisoft in 2005, and Sucker Punch's Infamous in 2009.