Brazilian electronic-music producer Amon Tobin stunned eyes and ears at last year’s Decibel Festival with ISAM Live, a multimedia cluster-bomb rendering of his last album, ISAM. Imagine a grotesque, surreal horror-film score executed in Hollywood-blockbuster dimensions, with 3-D CGI throbbing and crystallizing in time to the music’s shattered geometry. It was 80-plus minutes of shock and awe, a wanton display of future-fucking audiovisual technology that was as exhausting as it was dazzling. More, please. (Moore Theater, 1932 Second Ave,, 8 pm, $30 adv/$35 DOS, all ages)