Daily Archives: December 8, 2016

Andy Suzuki & The Method Debut Overtime Single From The Glass Hour

Andy Suzuki and The Method are getting ready for the release of their third album, The Glass Hour. “Overtime” is an atmospheric soul/pop single about the emotional expenses of a relationship. Brooklyn-based musicians Andy Suzuki and Kozza Olatunji-Babumba have been making music together as Andy Suzuki and The Method for a few years. The Glass Hour is their most ambitious release so far and it has the benefit of L.A. producer Juny Mag.

Suzuki had this to say about “Overtime,” At some point, everyone feels like they are pulling all the weight in the relationship. Working at the relationship way harder than they should be. Sometimes it’s you. Sometimes it’s your partner. And when both people feel like that at the same time, all bets are off. This song is about that feeling and was written during one of those ‘I’m done with this’ moments.

The Glass Hour will be released on February 2nd and the band will go on tour February 10th.

Andy Suzuki & The Method Tour Dates 

2/10: Tampa, FL @ The Rock Boat
2/26: San Francisco, CA @ Hotel Utah
3/1: Cambridge, MA @ The Middle East
3/2: New York, NY @ Mercury Lounge
3/12: Philadelphia, PA @ World Cafe Live

 

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Living Colour & More To Perform At Aretha Franklin Tribute

Living Colour, Melissa Etheridge, Allen Stone, Sarah Dash and more will pay tribute to Aretha Franklin at Carnegie Hall on March 6th. Michael Dorf is the organizer of The Music Of Aretha Franklin and the proceeds will go towards music education for underprivileged youth. Dorf has organized previous tributes to Prince, Joni Mitchell, David Bowie and Bill Withers. He is also a founder of City Winery and the Knitting Factory. Brooklyn Afrobeat band Antibalas will be the house band for the Franklin tribute. Tickets for concert can be purchased at the event site.

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De La Soul-Memory of…(US) Feat. Estelle & Pete Rock Official Video

De La Soul, Pete Rock and Estelle star in the video for “Memory of …(US)” from De La’s and the Anonymous Nobody. Estelle is on her way to the altar but she remembers her ex and how difficult it was to love him. De La Soul’s and the Anonymous Nobody has a Grammy nomination for Best Rap Album.

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