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From its humble beginnings with the theft of a sampler gathering dust in his high school’s music department, through four acclaimed albums and an absurd collision with a litigious wrestler, Dan Snaith’s (aka Caribou) musical life has followed anything but a predictable trajectory. As hinted at by the aforementioned penchant for abducting musical electronics, Dan began recording music in the solitary environs of rural Ontario, Canada when only 14 years old – “Before I could drive, and living in the middle of nowhere in the countryside, there weren’t many options aside from practicing music, playing music and recording music all in complete isolation’”, Dan explains – but it wasn’t until the release of his debut album Start Breaking My Heart – then under the artist name Manitoba - on the UK based Leaf Label that anyone noticed. His debut was praised worldwide as a unique statement in electronic music, fusing hopscotch melodies and filtered electronic sunshine with influences as diverse as the spiritual free jazz of the early 70s, North American indie music of the 90s and the post acid house UK techno.
TOKiMONSTA’s new mini-album Fovere is out next Friday, March 4 on her own imprint Young Art Records, and she is set to perform at Coachella among other tour dates. The Los Angeles-based producer just released the latest single from the album “Giving Up,” featuring vocals from The Drums’ Jonny Pierce and bass from Lettuce’s Erick “Jesus” Coomes. The track is available now as an Instant Grat track on iTunes with album pre-order.
TOKiMONSTA TOUR DATES
03/10 Seattle, WA - Neumos
03/11 New Orleans, LA - Buku Music Festival
04/07 Ottawa, ON - Ritual Nightclub
04/08 Toronto, ON - The Hoxton
04/09 Montréal, QC - Newspeak
04/17 Indio, CA - Coachella
04/24 Indio, CA – Coachella
05/26 Bradley, CA - San Antonio Recreation Area
2.25 | STARCHILD & THE NEW ROMANTIC SHARES NEW SINGLE, NEW ALBUM ‘CRUCIAL’ OUT MARCH 18TH ON GHOSTLY
Starchild & The New Romantic (Brooklyn-based musician Bryndon Cook and his backing band) is set to release his debut album Crucial On March 18th on Ghostly.
Following previously released singles, the insatiably funky “Slammin’ Mannequin” and the smooth and slinky “All My Lovers,” Cook returns today with another cut from Crucial, “Woman’s Dress.” A sensuous rhythm that would make Sade proud, the single originally premiered on Noisey, who call it “a lil’ bit lo-fi R&B. A smidge Prince. A teenth Blood Orange (who is something of an encouraging mentor for Starchild). It’s a lotta chill.”
For those of you in New York you’ll have a chance to see Cook transform into Starchild and bring Crucial to life – he plays Baby’s All Right on March 12th. Get tickets here.