Broken Bells w/ Special Guest Phantogram

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In a Nutshell

Broken Bells, a supergroup of Brian “Danger Mouse” Burton and James Mercer of the Shins, joined by synth-pop duo Phantogram

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The Deal

  • $26 for one ticket to see Broken Bells with special guest Phantogram (up to $43.50 value)
  • When: Wednesday, October 8, at 7:30 p.m.
  • Where: Brady Theater
  • General admission
  • Door time: 7 p.m.
  • Ticket values include all fees
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Broken Bells

  • Broken Bells is: Brian Burton—aka Danger Mouse—and James Mercer, the lead vocalist of the Shins
  • How easy it would be to guess their alter-egos from Broken Bells’ sound: almost impossible
  • Why: instead of the unexpected mash-ups found on Danger Mouse’s The Grey Album or the melancholy acoustics of Oh, Inverted World, it’s synth-infused space rock with a philosophical bent
  • What Rolling Stone had to say about their self-titled debut: “What sweeps you up are the sweet, ascending verses, the rolling chorus and the Danger Mouse touches: analog-synth swirls, slo-mo kick drums, a melancholy bass line—hip-hop for turned-on shut-ins.”
  • What you’ll hear on the their newest release, After the Disco: Duran Duran-like ballads such as “Perfect World,” lush soundscapes in “Leave It Alone,” and shockingly Gibbs-ian vocals from Mercer on the Bee Gees–like “Holding On for Life”

Phantogram

  • Who Phantogram is: Josh Carter and Sarah Barthel
  • Where they met: junior high
  • Where you’ve heard them: collaborating with the Flaming Lips and Big Boi, or on their latest release, Voices
  • Their style: beautifully disconcerting synth pop, like Crystal Castles with clearer vocals and creepier music videos
  • How Pitchfork described their debut album, Eyelid Movies: “Behind the synth wash are shades of Portishead crackle, Dust Brothers clutter, even a little late-era Yeah Yeah Yeahs geek glamour.”
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