Sun Mar 3 2013

8:00 PM (Doors 7:00 PM)

Santos Party House

96 Lafayette St New York, NY 10013

$15.00

Ages 16+

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:: Mouse On Mars ::

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Over the course of ten albums - not to mention an avalanche of side projects, remixes and collaborations - Jan St Werner and Andi Toma of Mouse On Mars established themselves as two of the most inventive and unpredictable artists in electronic music.

In 2012 Mouse On Mars's triumphant return comes in the shape of Parastrophics, a life-affirming and constantly surprising album which is crammed with ideas, exuberance and sheer kinetic energy. It's like listening to the entire history of pop music - distilled, refined and crystallized into a string of compulsive new shapes, full of glitter, intrigue and addictive detail. Atomised fragments from two lifetimes of listening flare and fade, tiny scraps of memory shrapnel hover, tantalizing and insubstantial, before being whisked away by the next impatient idea.

But despite all that restless curiosity, Parastrophics also demonstrates a peerless command of pace. Whereas some previous Mouse On Mars releases have bordered on the frenetic, their latest displays a subtle but persuasive sense of control. Even when tempos climb, 303s squirm and kick / snare patterns snap to brisk attention, there's an elegance to the way that each element slips in and out of the mix which speaks, whisper it, of maturity. Parastrophics is as a playful as ever, but it's never throwaway. The closing “Seaqz” is the perfect illustration, a frenetic romp which is perfectly held in check by gracefully undulating melodies; it brings into focus the beguiling sense of confidence that suffuses the whole record. All of which is a roundabout way of saying that - after six years away - Mouse On Mars have come back with their best record yet.

:: Soft Circle ::

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Soft Circle is a duo consisting of Hisham Akira Bharoocha and Benjamin Vida (Town and Country/Singer/Bird Show). This music project came about after Bharoocha left his former band, Black Dice, in search of a new way to create music by himself. Bharoocha started out making tribal/electronic/ambient anthems that forged paths between the spirit world and the human tribes of past and present. Now as a...See More


 

Live Nation and Santos Party House
Mouse On Mars
Soft Circle, E. Vax (of Ratatat)

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  • Mouse On Mars

    Dance

  • Soft Circle

    Soft Circle

    Pop

  • E. Vax (of Ratatat)

    E. Vax (of Ratatat)

    Dance

Live Nation and Santos Party House

Mouse On Mars
Soft Circle, E. Vax (of Ratatat)

Sun Mar 3 2013 8:00 PM

(Doors 7:00 PM)

Santos Party House New York NY
Mouse On Mars, Soft Circle, E. Vax (of Ratatat)
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$15.00 Ages 16+

:: Mouse On Mars ::

Website || Facebook

Over the course of ten albums - not to mention an avalanche of side projects, remixes and collaborations - Jan St Werner and Andi Toma of Mouse On Mars established themselves as two of the most inventive and unpredictable artists in electronic music.

In 2012 Mouse On Mars's triumphant return comes in the shape of Parastrophics, a life-affirming and constantly surprising album which is crammed with ideas, exuberance and sheer kinetic energy. It's like listening to the entire history of pop music - distilled, refined and crystallized into a string of compulsive new shapes, full of glitter, intrigue and addictive detail. Atomised fragments from two lifetimes of listening flare and fade, tiny scraps of memory shrapnel hover, tantalizing and insubstantial, before being whisked away by the next impatient idea.

But despite all that restless curiosity, Parastrophics also demonstrates a peerless command of pace. Whereas some previous Mouse On Mars releases have bordered on the frenetic, their latest displays a subtle but persuasive sense of control. Even when tempos climb, 303s squirm and kick / snare patterns snap to brisk attention, there's an elegance to the way that each element slips in and out of the mix which speaks, whisper it, of maturity. Parastrophics is as a playful as ever, but it's never throwaway. The closing “Seaqz” is the perfect illustration, a frenetic romp which is perfectly held in check by gracefully undulating melodies; it brings into focus the beguiling sense of confidence that suffuses the whole record. All of which is a roundabout way of saying that - after six years away - Mouse On Mars have come back with their best record yet.

:: Soft Circle ::

Website || Facebook

Soft Circle is a duo consisting of Hisham Akira Bharoocha and Benjamin Vida (Town and Country/Singer/Bird Show). This music project came about after Bharoocha left his former band, Black Dice, in search of a new way to create music by himself. Bharoocha started out making tribal/electronic/ambient anthems that forged paths between the spirit world and the human tribes of past and present. Now as a...See More