Rad Kadillac Productions is pleased to present…
Growing like wildfire under the canopy of live electronica and experimental world fusion music, the acclaimed musical trio Beats Antique have concocted their most ambitious and spectacular live performance to date for their upcoming summer tour, A Thousand Faces, in conjunction with the release of a new record bearing the same name in the fall of 2013.
As the trio masterfully merges modern technology, live instrumentation, brass bands, string quartets, glitch, and dubstep, Beats Antique’s highly anticipated new album explores another octave of musings first beginning in 2009 with Contraption Vol. 1 and their sophomore release, Contraption Vol. 2. The new album heavily pulls from their innate talent as live performers and vision for adapting their musical recording to inimitable live experiences. The “A Thousand Faces” tour elevates this music to how it was truly meant to be experienced, utilizing new technology co-created with Obscura Digital to bring Beat’s music to new visceral territory.
With a stage performance containing more sensory indulgences than the most lavish genie’s lair, Beats Antique will indulge their fans to a raw, animalistic musical event that blurs the lines between the provocative, the spiritual, and the artistic while still maintaining allegiance to the muses of class and beauty. Having already enchanted audiences at Coachella, Lollapalooza, Bonnaroo, Red Rocks and beyond, Beats Antique’s live performances blend electro-coustic breakbeats set to a Bollywood bass-circus stage show, with the sophistication of top hats receding to a sea of animal masks and wild feather headdresses. Their ability to blur the line between artist and audience even before the curtain rises creates a total escape both through live performance and the album experience that leaves critics and fans reeling alike.
Beats Antique is best imagined as an innovative creature built from the cumulative heritage of the world’s music chasing its tail. However vivid that image, when a marching band groove crashes into bluesy folk chords only to be accompanied by electronic beats and Middle Eastern melodies, you’ll still be surprised and taken to a place you hadn’t previously known existed.
Their new album, A Thousand Faces, available fall of 2013, continues to venture into this wildly untamed direction, beckoning a brand new live experience that can only be seen first hand to truly comprehend.