Hooray For Earth (DJ Set), Zambri (DJ Set), Beacon (DJ Set)

Hooray For Earth (DJ Set)

Hooray for Earth is a New York City-based rock band built around the home-recordings of singer and multi-instrumentalist Noel Heroux. The group first emerged publicly as Hooray for Earth in late 2005 in Boston, Massachusetts.

The band have toured the United States extensively, including support slots for The Pains of Being Pure at Heart, Surfer Blood, A Place to Bury Strangers and Architecture in Helsinki.

In July and August of 2010, Heroux spent six weeks writing and recording material for Hooray for Earth's first full-length LP, True Loves. Heroux performed, engineered and produced the album, with Ciampini, Principe and Benacquista entering the studio periodically with instrumental contributions. Several of the album's songs feature vocal contributions by New York City noise-pop group and frequent collaborators Zambri. The album was mixed by Chris Coady. True Loves was released by Dovecote Records on June 7, 2011.

London based record label Memphis Industries will release True Loves in Europe in February 2012.

New York City duo, Zambri (aka Jessica and Cristi Jo), create a magnetic sound which many have coined, “apocalyptic pop”. The Fader says “They’ve reached this Kate Bush level of top-of-the-mountain, sing-into-the-sun gothic atmosphere…”, and The Guardian sums it up with, “They invoke a sense of doom as well as its mirror image, mood… The raw material is ravishing…sublimely weird rock n’ roll.”

Beacon (DJ Set)

Beacon is Thomas Mullarney III and Jacob Gossett. Their “No Body EP” explores a combination of deep south bass music and ambient pop melodies, with R&B tinged vocals that accompany warm arpeggiated synthesizers. The EP's atmosphere and narrative recall brooding spirituality in the wake of first love and the allure of the paranormal in teenage romance.

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Hooray For Earth (DJ Set), Zambri (DJ Set), Beacon (DJ Set)

Friday, May 10 · Doors 11:30 PM at Glasslands Gallery