FRANKIE ROSE – ” Dyson Sphere “

Posted: August 9, 2017 in MUSIC
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Frankie Rose is finally returning after a four-year absence with a new alnum “Cage Tropical”, the veteran New York rocker’s first album since returning to the city from the West Coast.

Recorded with Lansing-Dreiden/Violens mastermind and prolific indie-world producer Jorge Elbrecht and assisted along the way by Nicolas Jaar’s erstwhile Darkside bandmate Dave Harrington, Cage Tropical was inspired by the chilly synth scores of ’80s sci-fi, and early singles “Trouble” and “Red Museum” definitely bore that influence out. 

But “Dyson Sphere,” named for a hypothetical mega-structure of solar panels enveloping the sun, is the most overtly menacing yet, an ominous synthetic post-punker that comes with a video of Rose performing while shrouded in a thick blue haze directed by Daniel Patrick Carbone.

Taken from the album “Cage Tropical.”
Out August 11th, 2017 on Slumberland Records/Grey Market.


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