Brooklyn’s Nation of Language make classic-sounding synthpop hearkening back to early-’80s acts like OMD and Visage. Frontman Ian Devaney (who also plays in Fabrizio Moretti’s Strokes offshoot machinegum) actually cites OMD's "Electricity" as inspiration for "Rush & Fever," the catchy first single from their debut album, Introduction, Presence, which is out April 3. "...
25 hand-picked musicians form five ad-hoc bands who must write songs and perform them the same day. Members of Phony Ppl, Jets to Brazil, Dirty Projectors, PC Worship and more will also be part of this year's Brooklyn Rock Lottery.
Arctic Monkeys are currently in NYC, and they're about to begin another leg of their tour supporting this year's great, loungey Tranquility Base Hotel + Casino. Mini Mansions also played their own show at Mercury Lounge last night, and you can check out pictures here...
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