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The 4 gauzy, surging, shoegazy indie rock songs were written & recorded in the musicians’ homes in Toronto. Much of the music was recorded separately, in solitary circumstances, & then brought together to create the sprawling, layered melodies. Throughout the EP, lead vocalist / guitarist Micah Bonte’s lyrics find emotional grounding in the music itself. Hiding also offers a preview of what’s to come on the band’s next full-length, which they are presently writing to release later in 2014.
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Tearjerker was born from the shared mindset that allowed for each member to play an equal part in the creative process. Since 2009, the band has released 2 albums, an EP, a few remix projects, + a handful of singles, completely independently. Everything, from the writing, recording, production & album artwork has come from the 3 of them. Tearjerker has even released special edition cassettes of their albums with handmade packaging, lending a personal, tangible feel to each offering.
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Formed just over a year ago by guitarist *Ross Dolan*, vocalist *Laura Dolan*, *Nick Vogelpohl* (bass) and *Nate Wagner* (drums) *Electric Citizen* have had a busy year turning heads and ears onto their dark and esoteric style of haunting and unhallowed ’60s West Coast rock, and decidedly…The Source Article test
One of the most anticipated collaboration of 2014 is Cam’ron & A-Trak’s Federal Reserve EP, an unexpected yet thoroughly natural meeting of musical innovators. The duo’s awesomely raw “Humphrey” landed them everywhere from the cover of Complex to the top of New York Magazine’s Approval Matrix, and now they’re back with “Dipsh*ts”.
“Dipsh*ts” gets the epic video it deserves thanks to Supreme creative director Ricky Saiz, who follows up his work for Beyonce (“Yoncé”) with another iconic clip, capturing the rugged glory & inimitable fashion sense of Harlem & the Diplomats with true uptown-meets-downtown flair. From kids in airbrushed A-Trak tees to Cam’s floor-length mink.
Stay tuned for more from the Federal Reserve EP (out soon on Fool’s Gold), and check A-Trak on the Gold Gone Wild US tour alongside Salva starting this month, including a NYC stop at Terminal 5 with a very special guest set from Cam’ron on Saturday, May 31st.
UPCOMING A-TRAK TOUR DATES
05.30 – Boston, MA – Paradise
05.31 – New York, NY – Terminal 5
06.06 – Toronto, ON – Hoxton
06.07 – Detroit, MI – Elektricity
06.12 – Minneapolis, MN – Muse
06.13/14 – Chicago, IL – Spring Awakening
06.19 – Washington, DC – 9:30 Club
06.20/22 – Dover, DE – Firefly Festival
06.26 – San Diego, CA – Fluxx
06.27 – Denver, CO – Gothic
06.28 – Austin, TX – Emos
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“I wish I could rap, I’d say some fly shit” – Dame Harlem is running shit today. More new music from Dame featuring Capo and DZA. via Complex Previously: Cam’ron & A-Trak – Dipshits (Video)The Source Article test