PHANTOGRAM

PHANTOGRAM

MICHL

Sun, April 23, 2017

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

The Glass House

Pomona, CA

$32.50

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This event is all ages

PHANTOGRAM
PHANTOGRAM
On "Three," Phantogram's third studio album, the duo of Josh Carter and Sarah Barthel take their sound in an intriguing, darkly shaded direction, adding new textures to their signature style. "Three" represents a new creative peak that Phantogram has been building towards for nearly a decade. Carter and Barthel first broke out in 2009 with the cinematic Eyelid Movies (Barsuk) – recorded in a barn in Saratoga Springs, NY (a stone's throw from their hometown of Greenwich) – and after a buzz-building EP (Nightlife, Barsuk) and much touring, Phantogram opted for a change of scenery by recording their expansive second LP, 2014's Voices (Republic), in Los Angeles with co-producer John Hill (M.I.A., Santigold). An iridescent record that glows with warmth even as it explores the desolation of personal pain, "Three" is the latest chapter in Phantogram's impressive ascent to the forefront of alternative pop—as well as proof that nothing, at this point, can hold them back.
MICHL
'"Kill Our Way to Heaven" has a persistent, silky pulse that's topped off by Michl's infectious, quavering lilt.

The production, meanwhile, is a seething, metallic whirlpool punctuated by sharp-edged samples and guitar fills that root the influences in rock despite the sparse, forward-thinking percussion.

The California native wants to make music "that can be challenging but embraced at the same time," and with a gritty style and sound that recalls Boots, he's well on his way.' --Pigeons and Planes

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Venue Information:
The Glass House
200 W. Second St
Pomona, CA, 91766
http://www.theglasshouse.us/