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John ventures up to Spitfire Audio to meet with Matty and George from The 1975 to talk about how the album A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships was recorded and produced. Somewhat bleary eyed after a massive night at the Brits (scooping two awards), the boys reveal the inner workings of The 1975's production methods and writing techniques. We're treated to demo versions and extensive track breakdowns from their award winning album, showing what it takes to create a 1975 hit. We get to hear why Matty Scat's to write lyrics, how George uses a Barry White bass trick for creating lush vocals, and hear THE definitive explanation of side-chain compression. Songs discussed: I Like America & America Likes Me, How To Draw / Petrichor, It's Not Living (If It's Not With You)
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The 1975 are one of the biggest British breakthrough bands of the last decade, building a reputation as one of the world's best live acts. Their passionate fan base have lead them to success the world over, including an unbroken streak of Number 1s on the Official Albums Chart.
This week, to celebrate the release of the group's fifth studio album Being Funny In A Foreign Language, we look back at their Top 20 biggest songs in UK chart history, ranked in sales and streams order.
The final single from their Mercury-nominated second album, Somebody Else is The 1975 in full heartbreak synth-pop mode. It might have missed the Top 40, peaking at Number 55, but the song lingered around the Top 100 for 11 weeks in 2016, and ranks as the group's third biggest hit. Its tally stands at 882,000 combined chart units, including 88 million streams.
Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality downloads of Live in New York City, February 8, 1975, Sunrise (Angel Bat Dawid Sunset Remix), The Fire Still Burns, Live at WKCR May 22, 1972, and Valley of Search (Reissue). , and , . Purchasable with gift card Buy Digital Discography $30.22 USD or more (25% OFF) Send as Gift Share / Embed 1. Announcements (Live in New York City, February 8, 1975) 00:55 buy track 2. Rainbow Warriors (Live in New York City, February 8, 1975) 03:53 buy track 3. Ark of Salvation (Live in New York City, February 8, 1975) 05:57 buy track 4. Little Nabil's March (Live in New York City, February 8, 1975) 05:43 buy track 5. Destiny (Live in New York City, February 8, 1975) 05:05 buy track 6. Ashimba (Live in New York City, February 8, 1975) 06:30 buy track 7. Chant (Live in New York City, February 8, 1975) 04:33 video buy track 8. Thankfulness (Live in New York City, February 8, 1975) 03:44 buy track 9. Love Is For Real (Live in New York City, February 8, 1975) 04:41 buy track 10. Forshadow (Live in New York City, February 8, 1975) 09:02 buy track 11. Announcements 2 (Live in New York City, February 8, 1975) 02:36 buy track 12. Emancipation (Cooper-Moore) (Live in New York City, February 8, 1975) 04:39 buy track 13. Tree of Life (Live in New York City, February 8, 1975) 03:48 buy track 14. Bright Evenings (Live in New York City, February 8, 1975) 02:55 buy track 15. The Muse (Live in New York City, February 8, 1975) 05:55 buy track 16. A Tear And A Smile (Live in New York City, February 8, 1975) 04:45 buy track 17. O Nosso Amor (Live in New York City, February 8, 1975) 10:41 buy track 18. Sunrise (Live in New York City, February 8, 1975) 08:24 buy track about This recently unearthed recording captures Alan Braufman with his five-piece band in an early 1975 live radio session soon after recording his debut album Valley of Search for the India Navigation label. This was the first meeting for William Parker and Cooper-Moore, whose musical partnership has flourished ever since. The 94-minute performance is spread over 5 album sides on 3 LPs, or a gatefold double CD set. Newly mastered with new liner notes by the host Susan Mannheimer. $(".tralbum-about").last().bcTruncate(TruncateProfile.get("tralbum_about"), "more", "less"); credits released April 1, 2022 Alan Braufman - Alto saxophone, FluteCooper-Moore - Piano, ashimba, recitationWilliam Parker - BassJohn Clark - French hornJim Schapperoew - DrumsRalph Williams - PercussionSusan Mannheimer - HostRecorded live at WBAI Studio CNew YorkFebruary 8, 1975Mastered by Joe LambertArt by Mike Zimmerman $(".tralbum-credits").last().bcTruncate(TruncateProfile.get("tralbum_long"), "more", "less"); license all rights reserved tags Tags cooper-moore jazz william parker avant-garde free jazz fusion jazz loft jazz new york city saxophone spiritual New York Shopping cart total USD Check out about Alan Braufman New York, New York
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Notes On A Conditional Form is The 1975's highly anticipated fourth studio album. Available May 22nd, the 22-track epic includes hit singles "People" and "Me & You Together Song". The band worked to use as little plastic as possible in the manufacturing of the product. Indie Exclusive recycled plastic, mustard yellow-colored cassette housed in 100% recycled card sleeve.
Arguably the most successful band to come out of the celebrated Elephant 6 Collective in Athens, GA, Neutral Milk Hotel ended up calling it quits in 1998, shortly after the release of their seminal sophomore album, In the Aeroplane Over the Sea. After playing a string of well-received solo dates in 2012 and 2013, frontman Jeff Mangum decided to get the band back together, sparking a flurry of nostalgic think-pieces that seemed overly concerned with the group's legacy. Never mind how you may feel about the band and their body of amply covered work; the reunion gives a new generation of angst-ridden teenagers a chance to sing along to songs about Anne Frank.
This two-time Latin Grammy Award-winning combo is big in its native Mexico, and this year, it brings its neopsychedelic alt rock to everyone's favorite crop-top filled fest. Since their formation in 1997, Zoé's sound has ricocheted between indie rock and electronica, all of which was well received on their 2011 MTV Unplugged album, which earned them a batch of accolades and increased their international attention. The group's fifth studio album, Programaton, is out now.
Once known by the equally futuristic pseudonym Maetrik, this US expat starting brewing his distinct blend of techno, house, funk and electro in the mid 1990s. As Maceo Plex, Eric Estornel focuses on creating dark conceptual house music, manufactured for body shakers who like a little sci-fi with their beats. Now based in Spain, the DJ has released plenty of tracks on European labels like Dumb Unit and Audiomatique!. His first album as Maceo Plex, Life Index, came out in 2011, and we can expect his next release, Conjure One, this spring.
The long-running cult North Carolina rockers formed in 1989 and continue to bring the indie tunes with force. Among the many notches on the band's belt are an independent label, Merge Records, and ten studio albums. The group's latest, I Hate Music, boasts noisy riffs, a healthy dose of distortion and no shortage of euphoric pop melodies. There's sure to be plenty of bouncing up front if their incredible debut single "Slack Motherfucker" is on the set list.
The Dutch love their EDM duos, and this pair of energetic brothers fits the bill. Since forming in 2001, the fraternal act has engaged in some genre-hopping from techno to hardstyle to house, and along the way have collaborated and co-produced with the likes of Tiësto, Hardwell, Justin Prime, Bassjackers and more. They also co-produced the upcoming single by Chris Brown, "Nobody's Perfect" (no kidding). Showtek released their debut studio album, Analogue Players In A Digital World, in 2010, and last year they founded their own label, Skink Records.
James Vincent McMorrow is the upcoming Bon Iver. With heartbreaking tunes, epic buildups and a voice that melts hearts, McMorrow's sophomore album, Post Tropical, was created on a pecan farm half a mile away from the Mexican border. The Dublin singer has become known for his high, melancholy voice layered with 808s and nature sounds. Playing almost every instrument, McMorrow's new album was painstakingly constructed, and the resulting music is breathtaking.
Buzzy Harlem hip-hop outfit Ratking recently released "Canal," a raw, blisteringly urgent single, coupled with the announcement that its debut album, So It Goes, will be released in April. The trio manages to rep their native neighborhood in a fresh way by mixing modern hardcore energy with pure NY beats. Catch their wonky rhymes and spacey, jolting sound at the festival on Sunday.
These Tennessee Southern blues rockers have switched out a few members since relocating to Baltimore, but their Led Zeppelin-meets-the Stones-meets-the Black Keys-esque sound has remained consistent. The group has six studio albums under their belt; the most recent, Essential Tremors, features the guitar-licking growler "Heavy Bells." Frontman Walston refuses to play a keyboard on tour, so prepare to admire his pride and joy: a 1970's Yamaha CP-60 upright piano that weighs nearly 300 pounds.
Ian toured extensively with ex-Genesis guitarist Steve Hackett from 1980 to 1984, as well as appearing on several of Steve's albums, including Highly Strung, Till We Have Faces, Time Lapse Live, and Feedback.
In 2001, Ian joined saxophonist Ben Castle, son of entertainer Roy Castle, and they recorded a jazz-themed album together, Postmankind. The album also featured guest performances by John Etheridge, Steve Hackett and Marillion members Steve Rothery and Pete Trewavas.
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