The inFrequency tour rumbled through Yanco on a Saturday night as a diverse line-up brought their audiovisual performances to town.

Griffith's Bernard Gray shared his experience in live-coding at a workshop during the afternoon, then demonstrated the flexibility of this approach with a set that leapt from a jazzy opening into distorted beats before cooling off with a funky break that he seemed to materialise through programming on his keyboard.

Bassling brought a collection of synthesisers onstage to accompany video projections and audio-activated visuals.

Dron Skot's techno pummelled the sound system and brought a cheer from the Chinese restaurant next door. (Thanks Lee and Donny!)

DJ Ruined My Wedding Day walked a fine line between giving the crowd the pop music they thought they knew, then perverting it into hardcore rave.

Myst-Mach's performance began with an audience singalong to 'Promiscuous' by Nelly Furtado, then channeled the spirit of Sophie with a DJ set accompanied with dancing and manipulated video with raunch turned to 11.

The All Services Club provided a warm and friendly venue, as well as being enthusiastic in their support for the event.

Jason Richardson

The inFREQUENCY tour is supported by the Backroads Initiative and South East Arts through funding from Create NSW and the NSW Government.

Bernard Gray at Yanco by Jason Richardson Jason Richardson at Yanco by Bernard Gray Dron Skot at Yanco by Jason Richardson DJ Ruined My Wedding Day at Yanco by Jason Richardson Myst Mach at Yanco by Jason Richardson