Una setmana més Divus Julius Bonasera ens acompanyara a través d’una nova experiència binaural. Estrenem el més nou de Perfume Genius, Angel Olsen, Diiv, TR/ST o Halfnoise entre d’altres. Punxem alguns dels artistes més destacats d’aquest passat BAM Festival com Yugen Blakrock o Vanishing Twin i presentem a nouvinguts com Dry Cleaning o O’Flynn.
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Ville à Dômat: Binaural
Perfume Genius has shared bold new nine minute composition ‘Eye In The Wall’. The songwriter – real name Mike Hadreas – is currently working on a new music and dance project, crafted in collaboration with choreographer Kate Wallich and dance company the YC. The Sun Still Burns Here will debut in Seattle on October 4th, before hitting New York, Minneapolis, and Boston.
New single ‘Eye In The Wall’ is online now, and it’s taken from the project; a rhythmic, nine minute long blast of new music, it transports Perfume Genius into a fresh space.
Perfume Genius has been relatively quiet this year. Bar releasing ‘Reshaped’, a remix album of songs from last year’s ‘No Shape’, there’s not been much on the menu for Mike Hadreas.
The singer has now shared a new cover though, of ‘Not For Me’ from ’60s singer Bobby Darin.
El músic nord-americà Mike Hadreas, conegut artísticament com a Perfume Genius presenta a l’Apolo el seu quart disc, ‘No shape’ (2017). Un disc que ha rebut grans elegis on sense fugir dels sons més intimistes dels seus inicis la seva paleta s’ha ampliat i ha abraçat la sofisticació, l’elegància del soul, les textures electròniques i el pop èpic sense despentinar-se.
Former Crystal Castles frontperson Alice Glass has released a new single and video. Titled “Without Love,” it’s the singer’s first foray since 2015’s “Stillbirth.” The video is her first as a solo artist. The clip was directed by Floria Sigismondi, who’s worked with Perfume Genius, Bjork, and Katy Perry.
La Musa, the muse of Ville à Dômat’s Temple has chosen her “muse” of the week.
Christine and the Queens is Nantes-born Héloïse Letissier. Moving to London to study in 2010, Letissier instead found herself drawn to the art and theatre underworld of Soho, where she met the drag queens of Madame JoJo’s who inadvertently helped birth Christine and the Queens. The following year she released the first of a series of three EPs, each one building praise and demand for her utterly individual brand of pop. Chaleur Humaine, her French-language debut album produced by Ash Workman (Metronomy) with multi-instrumentalist brothers Michael Lovett and Gabriel Stebbing, arrived in 2014 and has gone more than five-times platinum to propel Letissier – named Female Artist of the Year at the Victoires de la Musique 2015 – to phenomenon status in her homeland.
Already coveted by those in the know, last year Christine and the Queens took a step further into the international spotlight with a number of high profile European shows and capped a stunning year by joining one of her all time heroes Madonna on stage in Paris in December. She released her debut, self-titled UK EP in November 2015 and Chaleur Humaine is now set to make its long-awaited UK debut. The album features EP tracksJonathan (feat. Perfume Genius) and No Harm Is Done (feat. Tunji Ige), and has been completely reworked for its UK release, featuring all-new English versions of French runaway hits Christine and Saint Claude, amongst others.