Posted in dance | music | tour dates on April 14, 2014

by Andrew Sacher

Venetian Snares

Canadian producer Aaron Funk's Venetian Snares project, under which he released 2005's modern-classical-meets-breakcore classic Rossz Csillag Alatt Szuletett, has been pretty quiet for a couple years now. His last release was 2012's Fool the Detector EP and he hasn't released a full length since 2010's My So-Called Life (Aaron did release an album under the name Last Step in 2012 though). That will all change though on June 16, when he releases the newest Venetian Snares album, My Love Is A Bulldozer, via Planet Mu.

The album sees Venetian Snares incorporating the orchestral strings of Rossz Csillag Alatt Szuletett once again, and he's also introduced jazz elements and the use of his own singing voice, which he doesn't normally do. You can listen to clips of each song and pre-order it over at Planet Mu's site. That's the amazing album artwork above, and the tracklist is below.

Venetian Snares will also be touring internationally this year, including a North American run in July which hits NYC for two shows. First he plays Glasslands on July 11 and then The Studio at Webster Hall on July 12. Tickets for Glasslands and Studio at Webster Hall are on sale now.

All dates are listed, with the My Love Is A Bulldozer tracklist and a full stream of Rossz Csillag Alatt Szuletett, below...


My Love Is A Bulldozer Tracklist:
01. 10th Circle Of Winnipeg
02. Deleted Poems
03. 1000 Years
04. Your Smiling Face
05. Amazon
06. My Love Is A Bulldozer
07. She Runs
08. 8 AM Union Station
09. Shaky Sometimes
10. Too Far Across
11. Dear Poet
12. Your Blanket


Venetian Snares -- 2014 Tour Dates
22nd May, Belgium, Antwerp @ Kissinger Club
23rd May, Turkey, Istanbul @ Indigo
24th May, UK, London @ Scala
25th May, UK, Manchester @ Soup Kitchen
26th May, UK, Norwich @ Norwich Arts Centre
31st May, Japan, Nagano @ Taicoclub Festival
4th June, Denmark, Copenhagen @ Loppen
5th June, Netherlands, Amsterdam @ Melkweg
7th June, Poland, Krakow @ Fabryka
1st July, Canada, VANCOUVER, BC @Fortune Sound Club
2nd July, USA, SEATTLE, WA @ Barboza
3rd July, USA, PORTLAND, OR @ Rotture
4th July, USA, SAN FRANCISCO, CA @ Independent
5th July, USA, LOS ANGELES, CA @ Roxy
6th July, USA, SAN DIEGO, CA @ Casbah
8th July, USA, DENVER, CO @ Cervantes' Masterpiece (The Other Side)
10th July, USA, CHICAGO, IL @ Smart Bar
11th July, USA, BROOKLYN, NY @ Glasslands
12th July, USA, NEW YORK, NY @ Studio @ Webster Hall
13th July, USA, PHILADELPHIA, PA @ Johnny Brendas



Comments (11)


Posted by Brony Organization Oakland Chapter(!) | April 14, 2014 5:42 PM

What the fuck is this shit, it's not even fucking music!

Posted by Anonymous | April 14, 2014 6:01 PM

anyone from Canada should always going to work first in Brooklyn New York and then advance to the lower Eastside of New York. before they make the venture to Europe especially England. The reason for this is that most young people from Canada live in Brooklyn. they all live in Bushwick in Williamsburg and it would be like a frat boy visiting his friends after going on a trip. he or she let's not be shamanistic over here would be surrounded by his fellow countrymen. or her fellow countrymen. and countrywomen. and who doesn't like countrywomen? I love countrywomen. they have big well fed asses.

Posted by Napoleon in Rags | April 14, 2014 6:40 PM

FTW! Outside of Aphex Twin, there's nobody that come close to him. This fucking rules, bitches.

Posted by Anonymous | April 14, 2014 9:34 PM

>>What the fuck is this shit, it's not even fucking music!

Friend. That right there is what's known as a comma splice. You've got yourself two independent statements going on, brah. A period is what you want. You could possibly pull off using ; even, but my guess is you can't and won't.

Now go get yourself some ice cream and get back to work.

Posted by Anonymous | April 14, 2014 9:35 PM

Aaron Funk? Sounds made up.

Posted by Anonymous | April 14, 2014 9:49 PM

I don't get it.



Posted by Anonymous | April 14, 2014 10:49 PM

Hey Dummy #2, I believe you meant to direct Dummy #1 toward a question mark (rather than a period, as you had suggested).


Posted by Grammar police | April 15, 2014 6:32 AM

Can anyone go to Aaron an tell him he must cum to Germany or Switzerland, please.

Posted by Nutten | April 15, 2014 7:45 AM

This is what happens when hipsters knock up carriage horses.

Posted by Anonymous | April 15, 2014 3:58 PM

has no one ever heard of Shitfuckers or Greg Hates Car Culture? Fucking lame

Posted by dickface101 | April 16, 2014 3:22 AM

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