[Zombies] Fwd: MEAT BEAT MANIFESTO Announce Nat'l Tour! New Album out 4/8!

Brian Conner nyquist74722 at hotmail.com
Fri Feb 8 15:21:13 PST 2008


Just printed my tix for NYC
YEAH baby!
On Feb 7, 2008, at 5:36 PM, Digital::Nimbus wrote:

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> Date: Feb 7, 2008 2:13 PM
> Subject: MEAT BEAT MANIFESTO Announce Nat'l Tour!  New Album out 4/8!
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> February 7 , 2008
> MEAT BEAT MANIFESTO
> Announces Tour Dates
> Gearing Up For The Release of AUTOIMMUNE
> Release Date: April 8, 2008
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> San Francisco, CA - Seminal electronic band MEAT BEAT MANIFESTO  
> (MBM) has just announced live dates, supporting the release of its  
> new album Autoimmune on Metropolis Records on April 8, 2008. Known  
> for both its groundbreaking albums and dynamic and awe-inspiring  
> multimedia live shows, MBM's 2008 kickoff will be quite the event.  
> "The live performance has become an integral component of my sound  
> and production," sound sculptor and producer extraordinaire Jack  
> Danger explains. "The question is how to do it better than last  
> time. And outbest himself, he undoubtedly will.
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> Tour dates are as follow:
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> April 9	Neumos	Seattle, WA
> April 10	Barbati's Pan	Portland, OR
> April 11	Slim's	San Francisco, CA
> April 12	El Rey Theatre	Los Angeles, CA
> April 13	Canes Bar & Grill	San Diego, CA
> April 19	The Abbey	Chicago, IL
> April 21	Grog Shop	Cleveland Heights, OH
> April 24	Middle East - Downstairs	Cambridge, MA
> April 26	Highline Ballroom	New York NY
> April 27	The Rock & Roll Hotel	Washington, DC
> April 28	Cat's Cradle	Carrboro, NC
> May 2	Warehouse Live	Houston, TX
> May 4	Granada Theater	Dallas, TX
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> More dates to be announced!
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> "Intriguing and intimidating…Dangers' cultural osterizing evolves to  
> the nth degree of studio sophistication... " - ROLLING STONE
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> "Without MBM's groundbreaking amalgams of hip-hop and industrial  
> dance music, modern dance music genres such as Big Beat and Drum &  
> Bass wouldn't exist...one of Britain's most inventive practitioners  
> of sampladelic funk." - ALTERNATIVE PRESS
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> "A true innovator, MBM main man Jack Dangers helped lay down the  
> rules for dub-inflected electronica, throwing down heavy breaks atop  
> challenging experimental sound" - CMJ
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> "The sounds of futuristic riddims that both predate electronic genre  
> nicknames and mock their ideals; one that may be defined purely by  
> its sphere of influence on modern music…" - URB
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> MBM is continually evolving, staying three steps ahead of the music  
> scene. Its tenth album pushes musical boundaries further than it has  
> before, creating a masterpiece of dubstep and electronica in  
> Autoimmune. Kicking off with the aural collage "International," Jack  
> assembles vocal samples and arranges them artfully atop a funky dub  
> sway beat, creating a tapestry that hints at the sonic textures  
> further within. On "I Hold the Mic!," guest vocalist Daddy Sandy's  
> toasting weaves in and out of MBM's futuristic soundscapes.The  
> techno-tinged "Spanish Vocoder" pushes his early techno roots,  
> propelling the dance beats into mesmerizing heights. Bay Area rapper  
> Azeem takes control of the mic on "Young Cassius", a perfect melding  
> of urban hiphop and electronic jazz. "Every record is different,"  
> Jack explains, "and in this record I focused on what I like to do  
> versus what other people like me to do: beats, bass and distortion."
>
> An acknowledged innovator in the electronic music scene, Jack  
> Dangers continues to stretch sonic boundaries and influence new  
> generations of sound activists. As a premiere remixer, producer and  
> sound designer, he has played a seminal role in defining tomorrows'  
> music today. Past and current Dangers' production/remixing projects  
> include: Public Enemy, David Bowie, Orbital, Nine Inch Nails, David  
> Byrne, Bush, Depeche Mode, Tower of Power, The Bee Gees and DJ  
> Spooky & Dave Lombardo (Slayer). MBM also contributed the track  
> "Suicide" to the top-selling soundtrack to Underworld: Evolution and  
> Jack's remix of Tower Of Power's "What Is Funk?" was nominated for a  
> Grammy in 2006.
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> For images, biography and to download advance music,
> please go to www.reybee.com/mbm/authorized
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> For music/interview requests or more information, please contact:
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> Rey Roldan
> (201) 223-9078
> rey at reybee.com
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> Gary Strack
> (610) 462-6525
> gary at reybee.com
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> For downloadable Hi-Res artwork, please go to:
> www.reybee.com/assets
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