TANLINES – comprised of singer/guitarist Eric Emm and multi-instrumentalist Jesse Cohen – unveiled their newest music video “Palace” today. The video was directed by…Read More
Riding the line between Battles’ proggy electro jams and Vampire Weekend’s tropical pop, Brooklyn duo Tanlines started as a remix project by Eric Emm (Don Caballero, Storm & Stress, Brothers) and Jesse Cohen (Professor Murder) that involved friends singing over their music. It evolved quickly into a band, with Emm taking the frontman role and singing for the majority of their debut EP, Settings, which was released in March of 2010 on True Panther. After returning from a European tour supporting the record, the duo found that the building that housed their home studio had been sold, which lent the sessions for their first album a poignant gravity and the music reflected the displacement and subsequent maturation of the band. The resulting Mixed Emotions was mixed by Jimmy Douglass (Timbaland, Roxy Music, Aaliyah) and released in early 2012 on True Panther.
Tanlines are known equally for their innovative wit as they are for their beechy keen tunes. This has been both a boon and a…Read More
Mas Ysa today shares “Gun” a new track from his highly anticipated debut full-length album Seraph, out July 24th on Downtown Records. The track…Read More
Tanlines have always had a reputation for being jokesters — from their videos to their Twitter account — even their early, light Balaeric-tinged singles…Read More