Detroit duo Adult. is back after a lengthy hiatus, this time recording for Ghostly International. The husband and wife duo of Adam Lee Miller and Nicola Kuperus will be releasing their fourth album, The Way Things Fall on May 13th, and the first single, “Idle (Second Thoughts)” is here for your dispassionate enjoyment.
There’s also a tracklist for the album and 60 second preview video after the jump.
We’ve all heard about the rumblings that surround the newest Brooklyn club adventure Output; yes, it’s built to last and surely making every partygoer in NYC a happy camper, but we at URB were wondering when there would be a focus on bass implemented at the club. Then, we get notice of INPUT –a new night at Output seemingly dedicated to the sub-sonic vibes that we know and love– is debuting tomorrow with the likes of Koreless (Young Turks/Vase), Sinden (Grizzly) and local favorites Braille (Hotflush/Percussion Lab) and Heathered Pearls. The best part? It’s free with RSVP. Yeah, that’s right NOT A CENT (if you give them an e-mail). So stop wasting time; check out the flier and details below, post-jump.
Ghostly International has issued a free 12-song compilation entitled Of Art And Artifice: A Ghostly International Exhibition, in conjunction with a series of events put on by the New York’s Art Directors Club celebrating “sound, art and inspiration,” and featuring both musical and visual artists from the Ghostly camp. You can get full info about the New York events here. And download the compilation that features Matthew Dear, Gold Panda, Lusine and more after the jump. …MORE
Matthew Dear‘s upbeat new single gets a fairly dark video from director Tommy O’Haver. The clip for “Her Fantasy” is a hommage to avante garde filmmaker Kenneth Anger and features a cast dressed as characters from many of Anger’s classic artsy short films. Dear’s fourht full-length album, Beams, is out on Ghostly International on August 27.
“Her Fantasy” is the first tune off of Matthew Dear‘s upcoming fifth album for Ghostly International, Beams. A decade into his career, Dear continues to impress with his ability mix catchy songwriting, his instantly familiar voice, and some always interesting programming (no doubt derived from his extensive techno DJing and productions).