Directed by Thomas Jessen, the track features Danish singer/composer Marie Fisker, and, “uses a lot of time to visualize the atmosphere in the music. No fast edits and cuts, but only these stirred, hypnotic bodies, old and young,” according to Anders. It follows first single, ‘Never Stop Running feat. Jonny Pierce of The Drums’ , and is taken from his third album, Lost, out September 24th on In My Room.
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The Peach Kings New York City Dates
8/28/12 Harvard & Stone Los Angeles, CA
9/6/12 Union Hall Brooklyn, NY
9/8/12 Pianos NYC, NY
9/9/12 Cameos Brooklyn, NY
M ss ng p eces in collaboration with Matthew Dear present the Beams album trailer. You will find a dancer, a poet, a trumpet player and mainstay Ghostly visual artist and designer Michael Cina painting Dear’s portrait for the cover of Beams. This is the third time Matthew Dear and m ss ng p eces have joined forces.
Meanwhile, “Her Fantasy,” the highly praised lead single from Beams continues to be embraced. Recently, director Tommy O’Haver shared his self-described “mash-up” homage to Avant Garde filmmaker Kenneth Anger in his video for “Her Fantasy”. Poolside now slows “Her Fantasy” down to a cool breeze with their tantalizing remix.
Matthew is also confirmed to appear for Boiler Room in their breakfast show, next Tuesday 8th August. Tune in live at 10am to watch his set.
Beams is available August 27th (Worldwide) & 28th (North America).
Download:Matthew Dear – Her Fantasy (Poolside Remix)
Matthew Dear new Album “Beams”
Released on 27th August (Ghostly International)
Check For More HERE
Matthew Dear – Crimewaves
Matthew Dear Announces Details for Upcoming Album, Beams;
Offers Lead Track “Her Fantasy”
Released on 27th August (Ghostly International)
Matthew Dear, the relentless songwriter, producer and collaborator, offered an early taste of what to expect from Beams with the well-received EP, Headcage, in January of this year. The highlights were working with other producers (Van Rivers & The Subliminal Kid) and vocalists (Johnny from The Drums) which lent Headcage an openness and poise.
Recorded in Dear’s home studio and mixed at Nicolas Vernhes’ Rare Book Room studios in Brooklyn, Beams evokes a day-lit dreamworld at once strange and familiar. While the album’s dancefloor-ready tempos, major keys, and sun-warmed synths signal Beams as the lighter, brighter response to its predecessor, closer inspection reveals a squirming mass of oddball details. Dear’s latest productions creak and groan like anxious organisms, with slivers of guitar, electric bass, and drum kit darting in and out among the synths and samples.
Early on in Matthew Dear’s Beams— the New York-based artist’s fourth full-length, his first since 2010’s shadowy masterpiece Black City— something strange happens. A thick-fingered electric bass gallops in atop a driving backbeat as Dear sneers, “It’s alright to be someone else sometimes.” It may be odd to hear former techno-wunderkind Matthew Dear playing rock music, but the manic punk pulse of “Earthforms” is just one facet of Beams’ kaleidoscopic journey. Shot through with equal parts optimism and uneasiness, Beams is the latest transmission from one of pop music’s most fascinating creative minds.
Beams’ lyrics, meanwhile, are deeply personal, expressing vulnerability and confusion in startlingly immediate ways. “Do I feel love like all of the others or is this feeling only mine?” Dear sings on the strutting lead-off single “Her Fantasy“, later wondering “Am I one heartbeat away from receiving a damaging shock to my life?” Dear has grown into his songwriting voice, and he wears his current lyrical perspective—that of a man with something to lose—with an impressive grace.
When all is said and done, the central tension in Matthew Dear’s Beams— musical mischief vs. lyrical maturity—may not be a tension at all. After all, growing up involves learning to integrate all of one’s disparate selves. “I’m about 4 to 5 different people at any given time,” Dear says. “By allowing all of those different personalities to exist… the most pure and direct self can come through in the music. [The songs] may still be cryptic, and full of contradictions—but in my opinion, that is pure, unadulterated thought in musical form. They are direct lines to the center.”
In other words, Beams. Beams is slated for an August 27th (EU/UK) & 28th (North America) release date.
Today, Matthew offers “Her Fantasy”—the celebratory lead single from said album. If Beams is the sound of Matthew Dear waking up after the long, dark night of Black City, then “Her Fantasy” is the sun’s first rays, peaking over the horizon. Opening with a head-turning whistle-and-cowbell rhythm, “Her Fantasy” signals Beams’ queasy optimism in classic Matthew Dear avant-pop form—that is, without verses and choruses per se, but by hustling through a series of wickedly catchy sections whose twisted internal logic becomes clear as the song progresses. The track builds to an ecstatic climax, in which Dear’s exhortation to “Sit where you stand / hand on your heart / hand on your man” is gradually engulfed in a cloud of treble-tickling distortion.
01. Her Fantasy
04. Fighting Is Futile
05. Up & Out
07. Get The Rhyme Right
08. Ahead of Myself
09. Do The Right Thing
10. Shake Me
French Horn Rebellion Release Their Debut
The Infinite Music Of French Horn Rebellion
(May 24th, Once Upon A Time Records)
5/21 @ The Music Box in Los Angeles and
New York Record Release Show 5/26 @ Glasslands Gallery
French Horn Rebellion (Robert and David Perlick-Molinari) are self-releasing of their debut album The Infinite Music of French Horn Rebellion physically on May 24th (Once Upon A Time Records) and after a full USA tour with Yelle, that has earned the DYI brother-duo rave reviews for their energetic and fun live shows, they are coming back to New York to celebrate their album release on Thursday May 26th at Glasslands Gallery in Brooklyn. Savoir Adore and Golden Pony are opening up for French Horn Rebellion. Expect to hear their singles “Up All Night” and “This Moment” and the summer hit they recorded with Brasilia’s Database “Beaches And Friends”.
Download: French Horn Rebellion – What I Want (Golden Pony Remix)
More on French Horn Rebellion here
French Horn Rebellion tour dates:
5/20 San Diego, CA @ Casbah (w Yelle)
5/21 Los Angeles, CA @ Music Box at The Henry Fonda (w Yelle)
5/26 Brooklyn, NY @ Glasslands (RECORD RELEASE SHOW)
Facebook invite HERE and Ticket link HERE
French Horn Rebellion announce debut album release, US tour w Yelle, Hong Kong w MGMT and SXSW showsPosted in News with tags Cut Copy, David Perlick-Molinari, Disco, Electro, Electronic, French Horn Rebellion, Hot Chip, MEN, New York Times, OMD, Pitchfork, Press Release, Promotions, Q Magazine, Robert, Sleigh Bells, The Drums, The Infinite Music, Tour, Two Door Cinema Club on February 25, 2011 by E.N.
French Horn Rebellion release debut album
The Infinite Music Of French Horn Rebellion
Announce US tour supporting Yelle and SXSW
“Next big thing…Electro” New York Times
“Irresistible, panting synth-pop, with fat new wave key tones and ecstatic vocals.” Pitchfork
“A roller-coaster ride of an album that is as uplifting as it is beguiling” Q Magazine
“Warp speed eclectic” Time Out London
Listen To “This Moment” HERE
and album sampler with “Brasilia Girl”, “The Body Electric”
and “Broken Heart” HERE
French Horn Rebellion (Robert and David Perlick-Molinari) kick off 2011 by announcing the US self-release of their debut album The Infinite Music of French Horn Rebellion on April 19th digitally and May 24th physically (Once Upon A Time Records), an Asian date with MGMT, a stop at Austin’s SXSW and a 27 date North American tour supporting French electro pop outfit Yelle starting 17th April.
Written, produced and mixed by Robert and David,‘The Infinite Music…’ is a debut album thatwarps the fabric of dance, electro, rock and funk and may just turn out to be a contender for this year’s most ambitious, multi-faceted and engaging debut album. Crucially, the album also follows an intergalactic narrative that tracks the physical and emotional journey of an unknown French Horn player. “There is a story running through the album, it’s about the Universe. We’re pretty clear on what the story is, but what you take away from it may be something entirely different,” says David.
The album’s artwork features the sculptures of Portland based artist Meredith Dittmar (www.corporatepig.com) who the band contacted after finding her work on the Internet. Dittmar has exhibited in New York and as far afield as, Mexico City and Istanbul.
On the back of just three EP’s to date, these two unassuming brothers, originally from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, have already toured and played with the likes of Hot Chip, Sleigh Bells, The Drums, Cut Copy andSebastiAn and have been tipped by everyone from Q Magazine, The Guardian, Time Out and French music bible Les Inrockuptibles to hometown publications such as The New York Times and NY Daily News.
The Brooklyn-based duo already had an illustrious pedigree; David produced MGMT’s indie release, Time to Pretend EP for New York indie Cantora Records, and with previous single “Up All Night” they scored a Record of the Week on BBC Radio 1 and an opening slot on the influential Kitsuné Maison compilation series; a big deal for a virtual unknown. The band have also remixed the likes of MEN, Two Door Cinema Club, OMD and Alex Winston, the later resulting in JPlatt of New York producers du jour The Knocks madly tweeting “its like the hottest thing I’ve ever heard”!
Following packed out NYC performances at CMJ, the Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival and in support to MNDR at the launch of new Neon Gold / Popjustice party POPSHOP, FHR will visit Europe in March for a handful of shows before heading home to play SXSW and then on to Asia for shows in Hong Kong (w/ MGMT), China, Korea and Japan. Their 27 date North American tour supporting Yelle kicks off in Phoenix on 17th April.
The full track listing for The Infinite Music of French Horn Rebellion (USA version)is:
1. Up All Night
2. This Moment
3. Last Summer
4. Geomancer’s Compass and Other Quasi-Scientific Findings
5. Running Through The Wild
6. The Cantor Meets the Alien
7. What I Want
8. The Void and Fancy Free
9. The Body Electric
10. Broken Heart
11. New Florida
12. Brasilia Girl
13. Mawson’s Peak
14. Antarctica / The Decision
The full dates are as follows:
Thurs 3rd – Paris, France @ Nouveau Casino
Fri 4th – Berlin, Germany @ Postbahnhof
Sat 5th – Amsterdam, The Netherlands @ 5 Days Off Festival w/ Aeroplane and Hercules & Love Affair
Sun 6th – Brussels, Botanique / Orangerie w/ Hercules & Love Affair
Fri 11th – Madrid, Spain @ Pop & Dance
Sat 12th – Barcelona, Spain @ Razzmatazz
Wed 16th – Sat 19th Austin, TX @ SXSW
Fri 18th – Austin, TX @ Windish House SXSW – 11pm
Wed 30th – Hong Kong, KITEC Star Hall w/ MGMT
Fri 8th – Shanghai, China, Mao Livehouse
Sat 9th – Beijing, China, Yugongyishan
Further Asian dates to be announced shortly
NORTH AMERICAN TOUR w/ YELLE
Sun 17th – Phoenix, AZ @ Rhythm Room
Mon 18th – Tucson, AZ @ Club Congress
Tues 19th – Albuquerque, NM @ Launchpad
Thurs 21st – Dallas, TX @ Granada Theater
Fri 22nd – Austin, TX @ The Mohawk
Sat 23rd – Houston, TX @ Fitzgeralds
Sun 24th – Mobile, AL @ Alabama Music Box (FHR show)
Mon 25th – Atlanta, GA @ Masquerade (Hell Stage)
Tues 26th – Carrboro, NC @ Cats Cradle
Weds 27th – Washington DC @ 9:30 Club
Fri 29th – Boston MA @ Royale Nightclub
Sat 30th – New York, NY @ The Fillmore New York at Irving
Mon 2nd – Quebec City, QC @ Le Circle
Tues 3rd – Montreal, QC @ Le National
Weds 4th – Toronto, ON @ Opera House
Thurs 5th – Toledo, OH @ Frankie’s (FHR Show)
Fri 6th – Chicago, IL @ The Bottom Lounge
Sat 7th – Minneapolis, MN @ First Avenue
Sun 8th – Madison WI @ Majestic Theatre
Tues 10th – Denver CO @ Bluebird Theatre
Weds 11th – Salt Lake City, UT @ Urban Lounge
Fri 13th – Vancouver, BC @ Commodore Ballroom
Sat 14th – Seattle WA @ Neumos
Sun 15th – Portland OR @ Wonder Ballroom
Tues 17th – Reno, NV @ Tonic Lounge
Weds 18th – Santa Cruz, CA @ Rio Theatre
Thurs 19th – San Francisco, CA @The Grand Ballroom @ Regency
Fri 20th – San Diego, CA @ Casbah
Sat 21st – Los Angeles, CA @ Music Box at The Henry Fonda
FHR – This Moment video
FHR – Up All Night video
FHR – BBC1 Annie Mac Mini Mix