WE ARE DUCHAMP PILOT
A truly international act based between Spain, England and Scotland Duchamp Pilot are currently touring worldwide with their stunning live show the Muare Experience.
Featuring songs from the new album Part Of The Process and dazzling aerial displays 40m above the audience, it’s a show that you really have to see to believe.
Duchamp Pilot was founded by composer and guitarist Gaston Iungman in 2012. Gaston Iungman, with his links as s composer and producer in the theatre world, wanted to create a band with an extra visual element to seamlessly compliment the music. He started by creating a live element to augment the music of Duchamp Pilot by incorporating a group of acrobats performing random geometric shapes, high up in the sky referencing artwork by Marcel Duchamp. The concept was such a success that it saw the band tour the globe and introduce the concept of a fully integrated, co-dependent, audio-visual experience augmenting the art and performance of the band itself. The band continue to work on new was to explore visual representations of their music to add to their already awe inspiring live performances.
They are known for their energetic live performances often consisting of a group of acrobats performing in the air suspended from the top of a 60m crane. Their music is a mixture of rock, pop, new-wave, progressive rock with psychedelic and punk elements. Visual art associated with French artist Marcel Duchamp is a consistent theme present at the bands shows, particularly when touring with the show “Muare Experience”.
The band have toured in South America, Europe, Scandinavia and the Far East, playing to audiences as large as 60,000 people. They have appeared on prime time TV shows as the opening of Showmatch Argentinian in 2015 , and the major radio stations all over the globe.
The band consists of Gaz Twist ( lead vocal ) Gaston Iungman (guitar), Allan Ferguson (bass) and Theo Cuevas (drums).
Music244 wrote this about our recent performance at the Flapper, Birmingham
“If you check out the You Tube videos for this band (and you really should), you can’t fail but to be impressed by the sheer energy that simply pours out of them on a big stage. Despite the stage at The Flapper being of a more ‘intimate’ size, the energy was no less and their performance of ‘TCA’ got an 11/10 from me! I believe there is an album in the making and I for one, simply can’t wait for the next installment of the ‘Rhythmical Madness’ that is Duchamp Pilot!