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Red Bull Sound Select Twin Cities presents

Junior Boys

with RIVER TIBER & FOG

Wednesday, September 14, 2016

8:00 pm

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Curated by Totally Gross National Product

$3 with RSVP | $10 without RSVP at redbullsoundselect.com

Note: Entry is not guaranteed. Events are first come first served based on the venue’s capacity. Arrive early for a better chance of admission.


JUNIOR BOYS

Junior Boys returned in February 2016 with Big Black Coat, their first album in almost five years and also the first for City Slang. A strikingly energised and intuitively dynamic set of songs, Big Black Coat is shaped by what Jeremy Greenspan and Matt Didemus have been doing in the five years since their last release. The Hamilton, Ontario duo have racked up four albums since they formed in 1999, including their 2004 debut Last Exit and 2006’s So This Is Goodbye, two rapturous – and rapturously received – records that were as poignant as they were impeccably produced, and prefigured the digital R&B so beloved of many an artist in the last few years. Two albums followed, the last being It’s All True in 2011.


RIVER TIBER

As River Tiber, singer / producer / multi-instrumentalist Tommy Paxton-Beesley is unafraid to push his love for R&B and hip hop production into unusual places: pitching his vocals to sound like Mariah Carey, multitracking his voice into a dozen ghost choruses, and narrowing the gap in the soul spectrum between Jodeci and Flying Lotus.


FOG

After nearly a decade, Fog is back. Andrew Broder’s project has been tough to trace, leaving a trail of acclaimed albums, each considerably different than the last, on notable electronic labels before disappearing like its namesake. But For Good is as much a return to what the Minneapolis auteur does best — piano, turntables, and voice caught up in a gorgeously taut swirl — as it is a foray into music without precedent: digital soundscapes seamlessly wed to guitar, bass, drums, violin, sax, and synths. It snaps, pops, and bangs its way out of speakers like urgent, beat-fired balladry, both coolly inventive and warmly emotive.