There were three distinct sections of the experience, each with matching food and whisky drinks. For the first room I made some moody ambient soundscapes to match the mountainous terrain. The second room was meant to feel like an old fashioned highland lounge, so I worked with Roween Suess who made some gorgeous paper gramophone horns. We hid speakers inside, and I controlled the side from behind a curtain.
Eventually the curtain opened, revealing a very snazzy cafe complete with cocktails and disco ball. I was playing the role of French lounge DJ, and I made a set of music especially for the show. I performed it on an array of homemade instruments.
Here’s my DJ set:
And this video shows the whole project rather nicely: