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Gonna Make You Mine

Client
NYC Bass Collective
Category
Music Video
Credits
Direction, Post-Production, Music Composer

A musical collaboration between Monikkr (Anthony Fonseca) and Reality Engine (Matyas Kelemen) with singer/song writer Ana Stassia. This is a 3D music video designed for the red/blue glasses directed by Matyas Kelemen. 

Step onto the dance-floor and Reality Engine will take you to another dimension! Conceived by the New York-based multimedia virtuoso, Matyas Kelemen, Reality Engine productions are an incredible, audio-visual driven, immersive dance-floor experience. From electro to dub step, deep house to techno, Reality Engine transcends genres. Synchronizing cutting edge video-mapped installations and lights to original live music productions. Creating a unique, mind-bending experience of visuals you can hear and sounds you can see.

Reality Engine has toured South America, Asia and Europe, playing to massive audiences at festivals such as Trancendence (Br), Universo Paralello (Br), Tribe (Br), Sziget (Hu) Peninsula (Ro). Matyas’ beginnings are rooted in New York City’s club scene. He has since designed creative visuals for hotspots like Provocateur, Cielo and full-blown immersive audio-visual installations for Disorient and Robot Heart, two of the largest Burning Man Festival camps. On NYE 2011 Reality Engine opened for Infected Mushroom at Best Buy Theater in Time Square and has performed at events like Glamtech, Bubble Kingdom, Neuro Safari, Evolve, I Feel, Freakkshow, Slumberdome, PEX, Release of the Kraken, Bubbles & Bass, Rise Of The Robots, Everness Festival, Be Massive and many more.

Born raised in Peru, a musical mastermind is far from home in the Big Apple, invading the city with his big room beats and rhapsodic stage presence. Monikkr, born to the name Anthony Fonseca, has not only gained multiple residencies throughout New York, but has opened for some of the biggest names in Electronic Music. At the same time, he juggles producing new music, starting side projects, and managing his very own record label, NYC Bass Collective.