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Phantogram – Let Me Go

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Phantogram is Sarah Barthel and Josh Carter. They first formed in 2007 as “Charlie Everywhere” but changed their name when they signed with a new label in 2009.

They played the forthebeat/ABC News Amplified 2009 CMJ show and we’ve loved them ever since. They haven’t released a record in over a year, with their last one “Eyelid Movies” in Feb. 2009, “Mouthful of Diamonds” and “When I’m Small”  were the two most popular tracks but I’ve overlooked one: “Let Me Go.” Stream below or watch the live KEXP performance:

Phantogram- Let Me Go

Also, a recent remix of Mouhtful of Diamonds by The Jackals:

Phantogram – Mouthful of Diamonds (The Jackals Remix)

Phantogram is playing Terminal 5 on February 18th.

Phantogram on Amplified

Phantogram

Another one of the bands that performed at the forthebeat CMJ showcase is up on ABC News Amplified this week.  We teamed up with Dan Harris and his team to bring you We Have Band, Phantogram, Sleigh Bells, X-Wife and Electric Tickle Machine at Public Assembly during the NYC music marathon back in October.  Check out the video interview with Phantogram below, featuring footage from our show.

Phantogram is Saratoga Springs duo Sarah Barthel (vocals, keyboard) and Josh Carter (vocals, guitar).  Their self-titled EP was released last Spring, the band signed with Barsuk Records just prior to CMJ and their first full-length Eyelid Movies was released to critical acclaim this month.

forthebeat covered Phantogram’s September ’09 show at Glasslands for ABC News here.  Read, listen and watch!

Phantogram – Mouthful of Diamonds

Recovery

It’s been a week since our showcase, and we’ve finally recovered from CMJ!  The show was amazing.  I spent the day filming with ABC News Amplified, interviewing X-Wife, Phantogram and We Have Band.  Everyone was so amazing and gracious, especially considering they’ve been traveling all around the country and the world, making their way to CMJ, and then continuing on the road.

After the shoots, we headed over to Public Assembly, where our showcase got underway with the aforementioned bands, as well as Sleigh Bells (a huge CMJ breakout), our favorite foursome Electric Tickle Machine, and our resident DJ Heats.  The night rocked thanks to an amazing flow of people and our awesome sponsors, including Tainted Blue Recording Studio, Swagger New York and Et Musique Pour Tous.

So thanks for the support and an extra special thanks to Dan Harris, David Wharton, Jillian Kelleher, Sian-Pierre Regis, Hector Mendoza, Mark Heaton, Rob Loud, Hilary Bonaccorsi, Ian Vens, Shiva Krishna, and to all of our BANDS!

If you had as much fun as we did, and you miss all the bands as much as we do, you might want to download our party playlist here (for the memories).  Also, check out Rob Loud’s pics from the event here.

In addition to the video above, ABC News Amplified filmed the whole night, and will be featuring full-blown video interviews with each band, including snippets from our show, over the coming weeks.  We’ll be sure to keep you posted…

xx K+S

forthebeat CMJ Party for Amplified

CMJ 10.21.09

forthebeat Presents
CMJ Party for ABC News Amplified
Sponsored by:
Tainted Blue Recording Studio // Swagger New York // Et Musique Pour Tous

9 pm SLEIGH BELLS
10 pm PHANTOGRAM
11 pm X-WIFE
12 am WE HAVE BAND
1 am ELECTRIC TICKLE MACHINE

Wednesday, October 21st @ 8 PM

Public Assembly 70 N 6th St (between Wythe + Kent), Williamsburg

FREE SHOW – RSVP to forthebeat@gmail.com

Party playlist here.

Le Miel du Mois – Septembre

It’s the first day of September, and that means new a new mixtape on Et Musique Pour Tous.  Click on the tape to listen:

tapeYou can download the September mix along with June, July and August ALL *for free* by clicking on “telecharger” – just right click, save to your desktop and “open” to play in your iTunes.

Le Miel du Mois: Septembre Track List

1. Neutral Milk Hotel – The King of Carrot Flowers Pt. 1
2. La Roux – I’m Not Your Toy (Jack Beats Remix)
3. Beirut – My Night With A Prostitute From Marsaille
4. Bloc Party – Letter To My Son (Twins Remix)
5. Yeah Yeah Yeahs – Heads Will Roll (DIGIRAATII Dance Til You’re Dead Remix)
6.
Phantogram – When I’m Small
7.
Betty Botox – Synthetic Love Juice
8. Mumm-Ra – She’s Got You High
9. The Xx – Shelter (Them Jeans Drum Edit)
10. Fruit Bats – Ruminant Band
11. The Notwist – Boneless
12. Bad Veins – Go Home
13.
Brendan Benson – Metarie
14. Fever Ray – If I Had A Heart (Fuck Buttons Remix)
15. TJ Lazer –
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