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David Remnick’s recent profile in the New Yorker of the song-poet with the sepulchral voice includes numerous Bob Dylan quotes but mentions no specific ailments. However, Cohen is not up for leaving the house. You Want It Darker, produced by his son Adam, his third album in four years, does little to dispute the notion that Cohen is standing at death’s door.

Buy Phantogram tickets from the official site. Find Phantogram tour schedule, concert details, reviews and photos. Sarah was in a happy place that night and it showed in her (Show full review) Read this review. Childhood friends Josh Carter and Sarah Barthel formed Phant.

Though the duo, also featuring producer Josh Carter, have always had a darker sound, the loss was impossible to separate from their music. We were holding hands going through the same thing. As much of a tragedy it all is, I think the best way to describe it is a beautiful car crash in a way. We were able to make a really powerful record with our situation. How did you approach this record differently than your previous ones? We did a lot more collaborating.

We made the songs just really hit hard.

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The dreamy bridge isn’t foreseeable and feels like a powerful light shining through darkness. Something that is apparent early on is how good Barthel’s vocals are. They have a tender moodiness to them, similar to Portishead’s Beth Gibbons and some of the glam of Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ Karen O, which makes for a very good mixture and suits the music well. Carter’s vocals make their first album appearance on ‘Never Coming Home’, arriving on top of gentle and brooding guitars.

Most recently I’ve been in a Sky Blue Sky phase. I’ve found “Either Way” is the best remedy for a gray winter morning, while reassuring my sometimes wistful heart. The entire album is a work of art, touching, melancholy yet uplifting, while at times technically awe-inspiring (i.e. “Impossible Germany”).

Hailing from Chapel Hill, North Carolina the six-piece band played countless MJ hits while dancing to synchronized routines and sporting glitzy jackets and sequin studded hats. They will be playing again for anyone who would like to see them a second time! Find you and your group in this gallery! These bands are unique with not only their sound, but also their energy on stage. The venue was filled with people of all ages, with origanl fans as well.

Find photos of yourself and the artists, in this gallery. She currently runs Play Me Records, a leader in dubstep and fidget house, while simultaneously holding down a full production and tour schedule. Ishea moved the crowds. His production work can be described as diverse but still dance floor oriented. Also mashing on the tables and based out of Boulder, Patrick “Dirt Monkey” Megeath has been producing for nearly 10 years, starting with hip-hop and breaks before trying his hand at dubstep.

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It aired on January 11, Josh Nichols lives with his father, Walter. Drake comes home to see Walter and Audrey kissing. Drake shudders, walks up to them, and blows a whistle, causing them to scream and jump apart. Josh bursts out of the kitchen, brandishing a mop.

She’s joined by Josh Carter – the other half of Phantogram – and suddenly the peace of the day is broken by an eruption of riffing, chatting, and plotting. Festival season is a mere month.

Filed under Uncategorized For the electronic-rock duo Phantogram, has been a long-awaited return to promoting an album release. The band consists of Josh Carter, vocalist and guitarist, and Sarah Barthel, vocalist and keyboard player. How would you describe the music Phantogram puts out? My music is experimental pop, psychedelic, beat heavy emotional lyrics, with a touch of electronic.

What do you usually stray towards when listening to music and looking for musical influences? We just listen to and play whatever really feels good to us, musically and emotionally. Whatever really sounds good or fresh to us at the moment; whatever really does it for us.

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March 30, The Shins-Chutes too Narrow Chutes too Narrow is indie perfection…great acoustic riffs and melodic, sometimes shout like vocals. Girl Talk-Night Ripper It took me a while to accept Girl Talk as a legitimate musical act, but the more I listened, the more I developed respect for the creative genius behind these mixes. No one does it better.

Phantogram is a NY electronic duo consisting of singer Sarah Barthel and keyboardist Josh Carter, and I’ve been a big fan since their amazing debut album “Eyelid Movies” (has it already been almost a decade? oh my). Now comes the the band’s latest release, a digital single/5(3).

The band consists of Sarah Barthel vocals, keyboards and Joshua Carter guitar, vocals. Their music can be described as a culmination of unique street beat rhythms, psychedelic melodies and organic textures. The band practices and writes music in an out-of-town farm called Harmony Lodge. The group name was inspired by the optical illusion called phantogram.

Barthel and Carter were friends since junior high school. Barthel pursued a visual arts degree while Carter formed the experimental band Grand Habit. In the summer of they reunited and worked on finishing some beat ideas Carter made earlier. The duo was originally called Charlie Everywhere when performing around the Saratoga Springs area on the local label Sub-Bombin Records.

In March , they self-released a five song EP, Phantogram EP, which featured four songs that ended up being on the full length. The album received generally favorable reviews. In 1 November , the band issued the EP Nightlife. This EP includes the single “Don’t Move”.

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Their lighting technician is the Shaun White of live visualizations. As superb as the lighting was, the real fascinating factor was how well the lights synched up with the sounds flooding from the speakers. I lifted up onto my toes and raised a hand toward the ceiling and I swayed back to front singing along.

Once in New York, he answered a Craigslist ad and began playing with The Antlers, and later Exitmusic, which helped him meet Phantogram’s Josh Carter and Sarah Barthel.

Light Brown during the day and purple during the night Eyes: Brown and green Skin: In general I like to take things easy, stress is my enemy. I love to be spontaneous. I am pretty relax and laid back person but also energetic and outgoing. I love to meet new people from different parts of the world and to share stories. I just go with the flow and I am always open to the opportunities that cross my way when I’m a traveller I am the kind of a person who can’t stay at one place for a long time.

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The infectious song is featured on the upcoming album Voices, due out February 18th. Artist Bio Phantogram’s music sounds like it’s made by a band from the city. Electronic loops, hip-hop beats, shoegaze, soul, pop each finds its way into their songs.

“This record was just free-flowing and that’s just the way we always approach music, but working with Josh and Sarah and all the electronic sounds, vibes and ghostly things, we have a lot of ideas that we have left on the table,” Big Boi said.

Comment In Relationship by Nora Allie One of the astounding pop singers, a legend of the era, a dare-devil woman, words is not enough to describe the greatness of this pop singer, Sarah Barthel. She is the lead vocalist and keyboard player for the electronic rock duet Phantogram, alongside, Josh Carter. Grabbing the top ten list as 7 on the US Heatseekers charts, the duo is gaining worldwide popularity and recognized as global artists. And now, everyone is talking about the gorgeous diva, whether she’s still single or taken.

It’s pretty insane to assume that she is single as her aura itself signifies hotness. Let’s find out if she’s still in the market. Sarah Barthel dating long time boyfriend Shaun White The spunky and vivacious year-old singer started dating the 2X Olympic veteran snowboarder and skater, Shaun White since Zimbio It’s pretty hard to guess how a sporty snowboarder and rockstar landed up together, but the fate led them to cross each other’s paths and now both are in a committed relationship and really happy as well.

Pinterest Also, there are no rumors of them splitting up or having an affair. So it’s obvious that this couple is going really strong together. Will the couple get married soon? Zimbio They are seeing each other since three years but the couple has not announced anything about them getting engaged or walking down the aisle. A post shared by Sarah Barthel sarahbarthel on May 6, at Know more about Sarah Barthel Born February 17, and raised in New York, this gorgeous singer never fails to impress us with her soft yet intense electro-rock tracks.

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