Heavenly Beat

A Place to Bury Strangers, The Low Anthem, SISU & more added to free Brooklyn Night Bazaar schedule
A Place to Bury Strangers, The Low Anthem, SISU & more added to free Brooklyn Night Bazaar schedule
APTBS @ Orion Fest 2012 (more by Dana Yavin) The Brooklyn Night Bazaar opens in its new permanent Greenpoint location this weekend, with free music performances from Spank Rock and Dope Body on Friday (11/1) and Frankie Rose, Mahogany, Monogold, and Heavenly Beat on Saturday...
electronic music at CMJ: The Range, Ejecta, Lee Bannon, Just Blaze, Kelela, Com Truise, Blue Sky Black Death & more
electronic music at CMJ: The Range, Ejecta, Lee Bannon, Just Blaze, Kelela, Com Truise, Blue Sky Black Death & more
We recently discussed some of the hip hop at CMJ, and now here's a breakdown of some of the electronic music. On Thursday (10/17), Cascine and Driftless Recordings are doing a showcase at Cameo which includes Italians Do It Better co-founder Mike Simonetti, Finnish duo Shine 2009 (stream their new album below), Ejecta (aka the new collaboration of Ford & Lopatin's Joel Ford and Neon Indian's Leanne Macomber -- stream some tracks below), Heavenly Beat, Rush Midnight (aka former Twin Shadow bassist Russ Manning), North Americans, and DJ sets from Korallreven and Bruce Smear...
Heavenly Beat readies ‘Prominence’ (LP and track streams), playing CMJ shows and other dates
Heavenly Beat readies ‘Prominence’ (LP and track streams), playing CMJ shows and other dates
Onetime Beach Fossils bassist John Pena will release Prominence, his second album as Heavenly Beat, next week (10/15) via Captured Tracks. Much like his first record, with lightly plucked classical guitar, synth steel drums, skittering beats and whispered vocals, Prominence could pass for genuine turn-of-the-millenium Scandinavian indiepop (think Kings of Convenience or The Embassy)...

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