Clark Shares Dizzying "Peak Magnetic" Video - On Tour Now With Com Truise

Clark can now preview a new visual cut for stand out album track and live favorite ‘Peak Magnetic’. The topsy-turvy, vertigo-inducing video unrolls with the momentum of the track and dancers Kiani del Valle and Sophia Ndaba who are currently touring with Clark and his awe inspiring live show featuring the choreography of Melanie Lane.


The video is directed by Sander Houtkruijer. Sander has risen to prominence via visuals for artists like Floating Points and Matias Aguayo.

I wanted to create a distinct world that these two characters inhabit, but at the same time showing that this world is their own creation. This world has no traceable origin, but is more like a 3D test rendering, a kind of map, or template, both for itself and for other worlds outside of it. Also in accordance with Clark’s music, I wanted it to throw together different, seemingly opposing elements, like synthetic vs organic and live-action vs animation, and see how they can contrast with each other, and at some points, sync together, to create a new whole in which all these tensions dissolve.
— Sander Hautkrujier

Death Peak, released last month has proven to be one of his most lauded to date. It deftly weaves together the various threads of his extensive work, intertwining euphoric melodies and visceral rhythms of warehouse rave with newer vocal and choral elements.

Death Peak live:

May 16            St. Louis, MO               Firebird

May 17            Nashville, TN               Exit In

May 19            Washington, DC          U Street Music Hall

May 20            Boston, MA                 Together Boston Music & Arts Festival

May 21            Hamden, CT                 The Ballroom

May 23            Baltimore, MD             Ottobar

May 24            Philadelphia, PA           Coda

May 25            Brooklyn, NY               Warsaw

May 26            Montreal, QC               Theatre Fairmount

May 27            Toronto, ON                 Velvet Underground

May 28            Detroit, MI                    Ghostly Intl/Warp Movement Afterparty @ The Shelter

May 30            Pittsburgh, PA             Rex Theater

June 1             Indianapolis, IN            The Hi-Fi

June 2             Cleveland, OH             Grog Shop

June 3             Chicago, IL                  Concord Music Hall

June 4             Minneapolis, MN          Fine Line Music Café

June 5             Omaha, NE                  Slowdown

June 6             Kansas City, MO         Record Bar

June 7             Dallas, TX                    Trees

June 8             Houston, TX                White Oak Music Hall

June 9             Austin, TX                   The Mohawk

June 10           Mexico City, MX           Sala Corona

Jun 16             Barcelona, ES             Sonar Festival

July 8               Manchester, UK          Dark Matter @ 02 Ritz            

Mica Levi's Oscar Nominated JACKIE Score To Be Performed Live By 40-Piece Orchestra June 3rd at Theater at Ace Hotel in LA

On Saturday June 3, Nederlander Concerts, Wordless Music, and Fox Searchlight present the world premiere live score for Pablo Larrain's JACKIE (2016), performed by the 40-piece Wordless Music Orchestra, and led by conductor Jayce Ogren at The Theatre at Ace Hotel in downtown Los Angeles.

Having performed the US premiere of Mica Levi's score to Jonathan Glazer's sci-fi drama UNDER THE SKIN in 2015, and the world premiere live score of Paul Thomas Anderson's PUNCH-DRUNK LOVE with Jon Brion and Joanna Newsom at the Ace Hotel in 2016, Wordless Music Orchestra now returns to the Ace for the world premiere of last year's most haunting original film score. 

Tickets for this event go on sale Friday, April 7th via and

Cornelius Announces First Album in 11 Years, Shares Video for New Track, 'Mellow Waves' out 7/21 via Rostrum Records

We are pleased to announce Mellow Waves, the first new album from Cornelius in over 11 years. Please watch the video for “If You’re Here,” the first taste of the new project and also the first single from the album. The video was directed by Koichiro Tsujikawa who made many of the videos for Cornelius’ 2006 album, Sensuous.

Cornelius Tour Dates
July 11/12 - Liquid Room – Tokyo
July 29 - Fuji Rock Festival - Naeba Ski Resort

Cornelius - Mellow Waves
(July 21, 2017 - Rostrum Records)

Mellow Waves track list:
1. If You’re Here
2. Sometime / Someplace
3. Dear Future Person
4. Surfing on Mind Wave pt 2
5. In a Dream
6. Helix / Spiral
7. Mellow Yellow Feel
8. The Spell of a Vanishing Loveliness
9. The Rain Song
10. Crépuscule

Hear Nick Hakim's 'Green Twins' via NPR Music's First Listen; Tour Kicks Off Today

Nick Hakim will release his debut full length album Green Twins on May 19 via ATO Records, and is set to head out on tour this month including an album release show at NYC’s Bowery Ballroom on May 17. Today, fans can hear Green Twins in its entirety for the first time via NPR Music’s First Listen. “Nick Hakim writes songs that honor his own complexity and the complexity of love (they are, in part, inextricable), delivered through brilliant, pillowy, jazz-inflected arrangements,” notes NPR Music. “But, perhaps above all, it's the voice — a striking vessel of emotion and an impressive technical force.” Hear the album now:

 Photo Credit: EbruYildiz

Photo Credit: EbruYildiz


May 11 Toronto, ON - The Drake Hotel

May 12 Montréal, QC - Bar Le Ritz PBD

May 13 Boston, MA - Brighton Music Hall

May 14 Northampton, MA - Iron Horse Music Hall

May 17 New York, NY - Bowery Ballroom

May 20 Washington, DC - Rock & Roll Hotel

Nov 7 Bristol, UK - The Lantern

Nov 8 London, UK - KOKO

Nov 9 Manchester, UK - The Deaf Institute

Nov 10 Glasgow, UK - King Tut's

Nov 11 Leeds, UK - Brudenell Social Club

Pre-order Green Twins here:

Official store:

Digital (iTunes, Amazon, etc):

Dirty Projectors Perform on The Tonight Show with Special Guests DAWN and Tyondai Braxton

The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon hosted the debut live performance of Dirty Projectors’ ‘Cool Your Heart’ last night on NBC. The performance - featuring DWN, Tyondai Braxton, and special guests The Roots - was the first glimpse of the new shape and form of Dirty Projectors live.

 Photo Credit: Andrew Lipovsky/NBC

Photo Credit: Andrew Lipovsky/NBC

Dirty Projectors will be appearing at two festivals this summer – Northside Festival in June, and Pitchfork Music Festival in July. Dates, venues, and ticket links below.

Thurs June 8 || Northside Festival || McCarren Park, Brooklyn, NY || with Kamasi Washington, Jay Som || TIX
Friday July 14 || Union Park, Chicago, IL || with LCD Soundsystem, Danny Brown || TIX