The All Vinyl DJ Tour Continues With New Tour Dates Announced
QUINTESSENTIAL REMIX AlBUM, WORK FOR HIRE BY HOLY GHOST! (2007-PRESENT)
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NEW Tour Dates (ALL VINYL DJ SETS)
07/05/15 Chicago, Il @ Smart Bar
07/08/15 Kansas City, MO @ Riot Room
7/9/15 Albuquerque, NM @ Brass Monkey
07/11/15 San Diego, CA @ Silo at Makers Quarter
07/17/15 Scranton, PA @ Camp Bisco
"The duo share what they've learned from a career of transforming artists’ songs into something that’ll incinerate the dance floor." - SPIN
“A collection that infuses Holy Ghost!’s disco sensibilities with almost any sound you can name under the sun.” -Stereogum
“”A veritable torrent of disco-streaked remixes [collected] into one neat package.” -Fader
In support of “Work For Hire”, Holy Ghost have been taking over the dance floor with their all vinyl DJ sets. Today they announced they will keep the disco alive with the addition of a handful of new tour dates.
Over the course of eight years, Holy Ghost! have gone from being DFA’s rising sons to triple threats: indefatigable DJs, inventive musicians, and go-to producers recruited to remix. Trying to pin a specific sound to this musically adventurous group—whose dance-floor prowess frequently elicits the words “disco,” “synth,” and “pop”—would be a disservice to the sundry projects they take on.
The new album injects new life into the work of everyone from Cut Copy (“Hearts on Fire”) to Blood Orange (“You’re Not Good Enough”) to Katy Perry (“Unconditionally”).
That sonic adventurousness is on full display throughout their latest album, the all-remix Work for Hire, out now on iTunes.
Featuring quintessential remixes from the band’s catalogue in sequential order from 2007 – present, Work For Hire is a mesmerizing time capsule that boldly traces that Holy Ghost! aesthetic, from their nascent days stripping down and adding groove to tracks by Panthers (“Goblin City”) and MGMT (“Of Moons, Birds, and Monsters”) to bright, radical recent rethinkings of songs by Hanni El Khatib (“Two Brothers”) and José Gonzáles (“Let It Carry You”).