Goldenvoice & KCRW present
with De Lux, Palmbomen II & Cooper Saver
Shrine Expo Hall | Los Angeles, CA
Nov 10, 2017
In the past decade, Cut/Copy has truly become an international act. Touring across the world, headlining massive sold-out shows, and slated on prime slots of prestigious festivals worldwide such as Coachella, Ultra Music Festival, and Lollapalooza in the US; Primavera in Spain, Pitchfork in Paris; Summer Sonic in Japan; and Big Day Out in Australia. They’ve released four critically praised albums and accumulated more than a thousand tour dates in the process, the great majority of which have been to sold out audiences.
Cut/Copy’s high-energy live show is matched only by the beautiful complexity of their songs. They layer large swaths of melody, sections with dissonance, nods to many genres, and package them into coherent pop songs. The result can make large groups of people gather together and explode with joy. There is a Cut/Copy song for everyone, and their songs tend to be ageless — suitable for both teenage angst and cocktail parties.
Each of their four records have garnered great critical acclaim, and Cut/Copy’s catalog has won or been nominated for such prestigious awards as the GRAMMYs and the ARIAs, in addition to underground Awards such as the Webbies or the J Awards. Cut/Copy’s diversity has also landed their songs into movies like 30 Minutes or Less and Savages, television shows such as Nip/Tuck and So You Think You Can Dance, video games including FIFA 12 and Madden, and ads for PlayStation, Blackberry, Levi’s and Orange.
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Our new album ‘Haiku from zero’ is probably best appreciated both visually and sonically in vinyl form. I spent a couple of months creating the large format artwork for the cover, sleeve and booklet. (And after 3 years making the music, what’s another month or two?). I wanted to conjure the odd beauty of the digital world using photographs, diagrams and symbols. Mitchell described it as a ‘madman’s manifesto with clip art’ which I thought was pretty funny. And probably true. If you haven’t already, I highly recommend tracking down the vinyl. Satisfaction guaranteed. -D