Social VR platform TheWaveVR is hosting a concert with electronic dance music (EDM) DJ ‘Kill The Noise’ this Thursday, November 30th at 7PM PST (local time here). The concert will feature a mix of interactive, psychedelic 3D visuals and a live set by Kill the Noise.

Known for his collaborations with Skrillex, Fatman Scoop and Michael Angelakos, Kill The Noise is stepping into TheWaveVR to spin what the developers call “a special one night only show to celebrate TheWave VR’s first major update since its beta release back in April.”

The show is co-sponsored by Google and includes “some really dope surprises,” which will come along an update pushed shortly before the concert.

The set is said to last one hour, followed by an afterparty with Drum&Bass Arena + Titan Records in Pearl Grey Music’s Home Cave.

TheWaveVR supports Oculus Rift and HTC Vive, and makes heavy use of tracked motion controllers for the platform’s patently trippy interactive objects.

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US-based VR headset owners can download TheWaveVR free from Steam. While non-US users will have to find a work around (read: VPN) to get past the initial download of the program, there isn’t an IP check once you start the exe, so international users shouldn’t have a problem getting into the concert.

TheWaveVR most recently hosted another multi-user VR experience built around ToKiMONSTA’s new album Lune Rouge. The platform has also played host to Heavy Grinder, Ninja Tune artist Ash Koosha’s AKTUAL, and Strangeloop’s N-FOLD. Check out the experience inspired by ToKi’s Lune Rouge below to get a good idea of what’s in store:

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  • VR Geek

    I want to try this in my Odyssey with the extra resolution via SteamVR Windows Preview.

    • ♥Pearl Grey パールグレー♥

      Heya, dev here: Unfortunately, some testing I did last week shows TheWaveVR will fail to run with the SteamVR WindowsMR preview, and we won’t be able to get support for the device ready by the time the show drops. You’ll have to hop in with a Vive or Rift.

      • VR Geek

        Thanks for letting me know. I will use my ViVe for now, but look forward to the extra resolution when your support WMR. BTW, why the international download restrictions? Seems so odd given the global nature of the Internet and the Metaverse.

        • ♥Pearl Grey パールグレー♥

          We are undergoing the task of acquiring licenses and making sure we have our music licenses properly in place; however, every nation/region has their own set of Performance Rights Organizations with different licensing we must follow. It’s taking time but we know international access is a core part of realizing our true destiny, and we want to do it right!

          • VR Geek

            I cannot speak for others, but I prefer non commercial DJs who are talented and work hard. There are many many of them and most would have zero licensing issues. They would be just happy to share their love of music. Why not offer these DJs to a wider global crowd? Pretty sure your geeky audience would appreciate this. Besides, as this article states it is easy to use a VPN. Drop the establishment legal BS and join us in the freedom of the Metaverse.

          • Alexandre Haussmann

            Because small DJ’s bring small crowds. This is a promotional event.

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  • Henry Reid

    Looks pretty cool. I really want to buy a headset after reading such posts. Good job!