Chrome Sparks news – new EP “Be On Fire” and North American Tour in 2019

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Press Shot / Credit: Tonje Thilesen

Brooklyn based electronic artist Jeremy Malvin, who goes by the name Chrome Sparks, has announced a new EP  “Be On Fire” to be released Jan 1st on the Ninja Tune imprint Counter Records.   Expect the same all-inclusive, dreamily-realised approach, lacing together a patchwork of wide-reaching influences.   For example, in their description of the lead single ‘In2 Your Love’, its a sandblast of synths, heavy-hitting drums and lo-fi 80s soul, inspired by the demos of George Smallwood, whose music he’s become obsessed with since a friend recently introduced it to him, and whose sampled vocal served as the starting point for the track.  Malvin’s hip-hop-indebted, energy-drenched style lights up his source material, paying homage to Smallwood’s freewheeling spirit, while turning it into something new.  

“The result is a track that I feel pays homage to an under appreciated musical gem and surrounds it with a breath of new spirit,” Malvin says.

Watch the youtube release below.

 

In addition, Chrome Sparks will be touring again, first making an appearance at the Magnetic Fields Festival in India, before his North American tour in 2019.  Here’s the list below.

North American Tour 2019

01/16 Austin, United States
01/18 Phoenix, United States
01/19 Tucson, United States
01/20 Santa Ana, United States
01/23 Los Angeles, United States
01/24 San Francisco, United States
01/26 Santa Cruz, United States
01/29 Seattle, United States
01/30 Portland, United States
01/31 Vancouver, Canada
02/02 Boise, United States
02/04 Salt Lake City, United States
02/05 Boulder, United States
02/07 Minneapolis, United States
02/08 Madison, United States
02/09 Chicago, United States
02/10 Indianapolis, United States
02/13 St. Louis, United States
02/14 Nashville, United States
02/16 Atlanta, United States
02/19 Raleigh, United States
02/21 Columbus, United States
02/22 Detroit, United States
02/24 Toronto, Canada
02/26 Montreal, Canada
02/27 Cambridge, United States

source of news article received from press release

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