‘Dervish,’ the duo’s 2nd release off of their upcoming concept album ‘Whorl,’ is a floor stomping techno track primed for the dance floor.
Daniele Baldelli (not a recent pic) A founding father of the Cosmic Disco sound, Italian DJ Daniele Baldelli rose to prominence with his mixture of European electronica, synth pop (often played at slower speeds), equalizer effects, and ethnic folk music....
Earlier this year, Simian Mobile Disco announced their plans to strip their dance music to its rawest elements — their new album, Whorl, would be recorded live on modular synth … in the desert. They’ve already released the album’s first single, “Tangents,” and now you can hear the heady grooves of “Dervish,” a track that [...]
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A pure techno jam from the forthcoming Whorl LP.
Hear the hypnotic first single from the duo's forthcoming new album, Whorl Read more articles like "Video: Simian Mobile Disco, “Tangents”" on PMA - Pretty Much Amazing.
A few weeks ago we heard “Tangents,” the pulsating new song from Simian Mobile Disco’s upcoming fourth album, and now there are some interesting visuals to go along with it. They were created by visual collaborators Jack Featherstone and Hans Lo by “feeding live generated digital content through an oscilloscope, filming the oscilloscope’s screen, then [...]
A huge feeling of nostalgia from posting a new song from The Presets and now, a new song from Simian Mobile Disco… memoriesofgoodelectronicmusics. ‘Tangents‘ is the first glimpse of their fourth album, ‘Whorl‘. Apparently, this album was recorded live in front of a 900-person audience, using only modular synths and sequencers. Don’t find that particularly [...]
Simian Mobile Disco's new album, Whorl, is out September 9 and the duo have now shared its first single, "Tangents." Atmospheric with a slow build, the techno-y track is a nice first look at this album that was made...
British electronic duo Simian Mobile Disco live up to the “mobile” fragment of their name. Known for their analog production style, they recorded their fourth studio album, Whorl, live in the California desert, with a modular synth and a sequencer apiece. With “Tangents,” the first single off the album, Simian Mobile Disco persists in escorting [...]
UK electronic duo share first single from new album Whorl.
As mentioned, Simian Mobile Disco will release their live-recorded new album, Whorl, on September 9. Shortly after it's release, SMD will be over here for a few North American shows where they'll play Whorl in full, replicating its no-laptops...
English synth enthusiasts Simian Mobile Disco a.k.a. James Ford and Jas Shaw have announced details of their fourth LP, Whorl, along with a video teaser. Recorded outdoors in the Southern California desert with a minimal setup — just...Show More Summary
You don’t necessarily think of dance music as a live medium, but the two members of the British duo Simian Mobile Disco might beg to differ. For their new album Whorl, the duo decided to tap into some deep essence of what they do, recording the entire LP live in real time, using one modular [...]
English dance duo's fourth full-length effort to date was recorded live.
Performed and recorded live, with no computers, in front of 900 fans in Pioneertown, California. Read more articles like "Simian Mobile Disco Announce New, Live-Recorded LP Whorl" on PMA - Pretty Much Amazing.
Simian Mobile Disco's new album, Whorl, is due out September 9 via Anti. The process for making this one was a little unusual, at least in 2014: the record was recorded live. mostly from a show at Pappy &...
The track will appear on a new collection curated by 2020Vision founder Ralph Lawson Read more articles like "Listen: Simian Mobile Disco, “Parson’s Nose”" on PMA - Pretty Much Amazing.
Ex Cult @ DbA, 2013 (more by Devan Council) Memorial Day Weekend is coming up, and as usual there's no shortage of things to do. On the music front, if you'd like to get away (but not too far away)...