He composes a dense transnational bass music that collides the low frequency pressure of dubstup with high-level beat science, acoustic strings and voices. His work is described as “the prototype of globalized sound” – Prefix Mag, and “awesome and delicate…hybrids so fluent they defy classification” – Pitchfork
In 2012 Filastine dropped his third album, £00T, alonside a grip of potent videos, and a year-long world tour. Filastine uses percussion to fire off sounds and synchronized video from a heap of electronics wired to an amplified shopping cart. The new live set for the £00T tour uses a custom software to pull off some deep AV madness, and sees Filastine expanded to tour as a duo or a trio, joined onstage by Indonesian vocalist Nova orone of the collaborating cellists from the album. You may have seen them at a respected euro-fest like Sonar, in a sweaty Hong Kong nightclub, playing a football stadium in Casablanca, or touring the US alongside Beats Antique or Bassnectar.
Before making electronic music, Filastine played with the Infernal Noise Brigade, a marching band he founded for the Battle of Seattle. He continues to use sound as a tool for political intervention with the Sound Swarm, an orchestra of bike-mounted megaphones conducted by pirate radio transmitters.