Andrew W Rae worked alongside Ithaca on this projection mapped live remix from start to finish. The audio visual remix takes a look back over the last 60 years and features some notable London musicians, films and TV shows. 

3 laptops (sending OSC messages across a Wi-Fi network), 2 projectors (one for the projection mapping and one for the control surface camera), Ableton Live 8, Max for Live, Resolume Arena, Syphon and MadMapper were required to create the project. The entire performance is portable and adaptable for easy manipulation and set-up.

Andrew W Rae also created an interactive audio visual version of ‘The City is London’ where users have a chance to create their very own remix.


Eurythmics – Winston’s Diary (1984), Night and the City, Mary Poppins – Stay Awake, Queen – A Kind of Magic, Amy Winehouse – You Know I’m No Good, The Who – Baba O’Riley, Blur – Song 2, Amy Winehouse – Stronger than me, Jamiroquai – Deeper Underground, Dizzee Rascal – Fix up, Look Sharp, Quincy Jones – It’s Caper Time (self preservations society), Adele – Rumor has it, John Murphy – 28 days later, Led Zepplin – Whole lotta love, Faithless – Insomnia, Florence & the Machine – You got the love, The Clash – London calling, Eastenders Theme, Queen – We are the champions, Dizzee Rascal – Bonkers, Klint – Diamond (Snatch), The Kinks – You really got me, Are you being served theme, Only fools and horses theme, Queen – Another one bites the dust, The Rolling Stones – Gimme Shelter


Music Production · Music Remix · Video Production · Projection Mapping · Installation · Live Performance