Australian indie digital group Cut Duplicate take a lot of their cues from contemporaries like Air flow, Daft Punk, and LCD Soundsystem, but with a distinctly pop sensibility that draws about traditional AM radio pop singles from your 1970s and ’80s, with components of vintage disco and synth pop that attract song-based listeners in addition to to club kidz. Cut Duplicate were only available in 2001 like a single task by songwriter, maker, and DJ Dan Whitford, who released the solitary 1981 as well as the EP I Considered Figures before drafting in additional members to complete his synth- and sample-based audio. Bassist and guitarist Tim Hoey and drummer Mitchell Scott debuted on Cut Copy’s initial full-length record, Shiny Like Neon Like, released in the summertime of 2004. After many successful singles had been spun from the record (including Saturdays, Upcoming, and Heading Nowhere), Universal’s Isle Records imprint found the trio’s worldwide distribution in 2006. Pursuing an inventive Whitford live DJ combine that premiered in 2006 as Fabriclive.29 (including such unexpected delights as Ciccone Youth’s noisy deconstruction “In to the Groove[y]” and Roxy Music’s suave “Angel Eye” alongside the most common Goldfrapp and Soulwax), the band proper came back in early 2007 with a fresh single, Hearts burning. Cut Copy’s second record, In Ghost Colors, debuted near the top of Australia’s ARIA graphs in 2008 and was positioned on several magazines’ year-end lists. After adding a 4th member, bassist Ben Browning, the group released its third record, Zonoscope, in 2011 and carrying out a tour, a short hiatus, the music group hit the studio room once again to record its 4th record. Inspired intensely by past due-’80s/early-’90s dance music (from acidity house to Dark Box), Free YOUR BRAIN premiered in past due 2013 by Modular and brand-new American label Loma Vista. The record was innovatively marketed with pre-release hearing sessions occurring at six particular worldwide locations for all people using a smartphone in selection of the coordinates. The music group next hit the street for an extended world tour, after that spent the summertime of 2014 playing a complete slate of celebrations. Around this period, Free YOUR BRAIN was reissued with five reward tracks added.
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