It’s gonna be a busy couple of months for music fans. Faves Chromeo, Cut Copy and M83 have all announced exensive tours that will ensure that every blog-loving indie electro fanboy (and girl) in North America a chance to catch at least one show (count us in for a couple of gigs).
M83 will be supporting his as-yet-untitled sixth album due this fall, while Cut Copy and Chromeo are on their second laps supporting their Zonoscope and Business Casual respectively. See all the dates after the jump. …MORE
There’s something funny going on with the new video from Cut Copy. It’s like nobody told them that there’s no Olympic Games on odd years like 2011. Or that by featuring all these inspiring atheletes, they’re likely preempting a fatty payday that could have come from a sneaker company who would have made a similarly themed commercial. Or that hockey players don’t use tennis rackets. Or maybe they do down under, what do I know.
Back in 2007, Cut Copy released their free So Cosmic DJ mix a few months before their breakthrough second album, In Ghost Colours. The DJ mix pretty much defined the cosmic disco style that’s had the hipster kids dancing ever since. It also had more than a little to do with the warm recetion In Ghost Colour‘s received upon it’s release. Now our favorite Aussies (sorry Presets), have released a new mix, A Tale of Two Journeys, to accompany their latest album, Zonoscope. …MORE
While Cut Copy’s previous releases saw them producing music predominately along the lines of neon-drenched electro-pop/rock meant for the dance floor, their third album sounds like it was meant to take you somewhere much higher. Zonoscope glimmers with a certain sonic presence that sort of showers the ears in idyllic ecstasy – so much, that you’ll probably catch yourself looking down to make sure your feet are still on the ground.
This album grooves and glides through the ear canals while inducing a hypnotic bout of movement in the course ...
Aussie dance pop faves Cut Copy have uploaded their new album, Zonoscope, to the internet, and are letting fans take a test drive. All you have to do is give them control of your Twitter feed, which might seem like a high price, but half way through the opening build-up of “Need You Now” and it will all feel worth it.