Museum Fiasco, located inside AREA15 in Las Vegas, debuted the release of Meduza’s newest single last night on Thursday, May 13, in collaboration with Playmodes Studio and Insomniac Records.
The first-known music launch in a contemporary art museum, the new track, “Headrush,” played in sync with a light show produced by Playmodes Studio, the group behind the concept and audiovisual contents of Museum Fiasco’s current exhibitions.
The “Headrush” experience will continue to play from 10 p.m. – midnight from Friday, May 14, through Sunday, May 30. Best recognized for hit track featuring Dermot Kennedy, “Paradise,” which has over 500 million streams and has remained on the “Global Top 50” playlist on Spotify for 15 weeks straight, Meduza is made up of Luca de Gregorio, Mattia Vitale and Simone Giani, who attended the event in Las Vegas.
“We’re thrilled to have Meduza and Playmodes collaborate to make music and art accessible and interchangeable at Museum Fiasco,” said Doherty. “The music interacting with the sound and light features creates an unforgettable experience, and we can’t wait to welcome the public to this unprecedented show.”
Museum Fiasco, located at AREA15, Las Vegas’ newest immersive events and entertainment district, currently features current exhibitions from Playmodes Studio including “Kernel,” “Railwave” and “Stellar.” Conceptualized and designed by museum curator, Ryan Doherty, Museum Fiasco’s 5,000-square-foot gallery showcases futuristic exhibits, audio-visual experiences and immersive mixed media in a space that fosters a sense of connectivity.
About Museum Fiasco:
Museum Fiasco is a museum for the modern era. Located at AREA15, where the exhibits saturate you, Museum Fiasco is an assault on the senses, offering art you can feel, curated to within an inch of its life. At 5,000 square feet of space, Museum Fiasco offers a large-scale, core-shaking audio-visual experience with its inaugural exhibition “Cluster,” featuring installations “Kernel,” “Railwave” and “Stellar,” created by Playmodes Studio. Geometric schematization of architecture using light instruments transforms the space into a container for the abstract language of light and sound. More information is available on the website at www.MuseumFiasco.com, or on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter at @MuseumFiascoA15.