FEB 4 – Ventura Theatre – Ventura, CA *+
FEB 6 – Fox Theater – Oakland, CA *+
FEB 7 – Hollywood Palladium – Los Angeles, CA *
FEB 9 – Soma – San Diego, CA *+
FEB 11 – Rialto Theatre – Tucson, AZ *
FEB 12 – Comerica Theatre – Phoenix, AZ *
FEB 14 – South Side Ballroom – Dallas, TX *
FEB 15 – Austin Music Hall – Austin, TX *
FEB 16 – Bayou Music Center – Houston, TX *
FEB 18 – Jannus Live – St Petersburg, FL *
FEB 19 – Maverick’s at The Landing – Jacksonville, FL *
FEB 21 – The Fillmore – Charlotte, NC *
FEB 22 – Tabernacle – Atlanta, GA *
FEB 23 – The Fillmore – Silver Spring, MD *
FEB 25 – Rams Head Live – Baltimore, MD *
FEB 26 – Tower Theatre – Philadelphia, PA *
FEB 28 – Hammerstein Ballroom – New York, NY *
MAR 1 – Hammerstein Ballroom – New York, NY ^
MAR 2 – House Of Blues – Boston, MA ^
MAR 4 – The Dome – Wallingford, CT ^
MAR 6 – Metropolis – Montreal, ON (Canada) ^
MAR 7 – Kool Haus – Toronto, ON (Canada) ^
MAR 8 – The Fillmore – Detroit, MI ^
MAR 10 – Egyptian Room – Indianapolis, IN ^
MAR 11 – Ryman Auditorium – Nashville, TN ^
MAR 12 – House Of Blues – Cleveland, OH ^
MAR 17 – LC Pavilion – Columbus, OH ^
MAR 19 – The Midland – Kansas City, MO ^
MAR 21 – The Pageant – St Louis, MO ^
MAR 22 – Riviera – Chicago, IL ^
MAR 23 – The Rave – Milwaukee, WI ^
MAR 25 – First Avenue – Minneapolis, MN ^
MAR 27 – Garrick – Winnipeg, MB (Canada) ^
MAR 28 – O’Brians Event Centre (formerly Odeon Events Centre) – Saskatoon, SK (Canada) ^
MAR 29 – MacEwan Hall – Calgary, AB (Canada) ^
MAR 31 – Winspear – Edmonton, AB (Canada) ^
APR 2 – Commodore Ballroom – Vancouver, BC (Canada)^
APR 3 – Commodore Ballroom – Vancouver, BC (Canada) ^
APR 5 – Showbox at the Market – Seattle, WA ^
APR 6 – Showbox at the Market – Seattle, WA ^
APR 8 – McDonald Theatre – Eugene, OR ^
APR 10 – The Complex – Salt Lake City, UT ^
APR 11 – Boulevard Pool at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas – Las Vegas, NV
* with Cayucas
^ with Vance Joy
+ with Tapioca And The Flea
New label meets new sound. Australian Pilot Records are just a year old, but ever since their inception they have been looking for the best electronic-instrumental projects out there. They are dedicated to releasing new music in their own ‘hybrid electronic’ style; music with a live electronic character that incorporates traditional ‘band’ instruments. That’s when Pilot and ODDESSA crossed paths; and we at Lost In The Sound couldn’t be more excited about it.
ODDESSA is Phil Rogers, owner of the Adelaide bar/club Cuckoo and local label Cuckoo Music. With help from Pilot Records and friends Surahn Singh Sidhu (Empire Of The Sun) and Ben Smith (URTEKK), Rogers has exclusively released his debut album Intrigue via Juno Digital Release. He will be releasing Intrigue everywhere else later this October.
For now, you can take a sneak peek at what ODDESSA sounds like on his Soundcloud, below:
Enjoy listening to mesmerizing trance, bass-kicking dubstep, and eargasmic D&B? How about mixing all of those together, dropping a few extra instruments in the mix, and topping the cauldron off with a female vocalist? If you like that description, good on you; and if it doesn’t seem to catch your fancy, it’s about to.
DJ Kevin Thorpe aka Kevin Energy, who is a recipient of UK’s “Best Hard Dance DJ”, owns a record company that has released over 500 EPs, and guitarist/pianist Nick Sanett, who has played in several bands and currently is working on a solo project called “Nick 235,” have struck gold with their unique electronic project DeckaJam. Riding along the veins of popular EDM artists such as Nero, Chase & Status, and The Prodigy, this duo has the sound that can potentially take the electronic music industry by storm.
Taken from their biography on Onesheet, “DeckaJam encompasses all forms of dance music both mainstream and underground. The band aims to explore all forms of party music as part of their journey, so you can expect to hear a wide range of sounds with one thing in common – an intent to rock crowds at live parties!” And the balance is perfect – dubstep and drum & bass hits you at all the right times, while the transitions to softer, smoother, and more melodic phrases are spot on.
The duo has over sixteen years of experience in the music world, slowly earning their place in multiple genres and industries. Teamed up with other musicians such as Rhona, Jones 2.0, and Laura Bayston, DeckaJam has already spit out several sick tunes, and more is sure to follow.
DeckaJam have recently teamed up with Infectious Magazine in an effort to, much deservedly, become more well-known on a global scale. If you liked what you heard in the above videos, be sure to check out their other songs on their Youtube and Soundcloud channels; also like them on Facebook and follow them on Twitter.
Regarding the album, drummed Nathan Young said, “It’s actually a re-release but we wanted to do cooler stuff to it. We did three new songs and we remixed the whole record as well. We were just like, let’s go for it and see what happens.”
More information and the embed stream can be found at Radio.com’s official article here. Also, Anberlin will be touring for around a month in October with bands such as The Maine and Taking Back Sunday; information regarding that can be found on their official website here.