Autograf – Future Sauce

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Quickly following up the release of their Hype Machine #1 ‘Don’t Worry’ and official remix of Bastille’s ‘Good Grief’- Autograf has unveiled their newest project,‘Future Sauce’. A sneak peak of their still unannounced LP, the live electronic darlings have turned in one of their most hypnotizing pieces of music to date in ‘Future Sauce’. Powerful piano melody rips through the opening bars of ‘Future Sauce’, setting up a haunting, almost filmic aesthetic. The song disassembles into a groovy, unabashedly Autograf release, perfectly setting up a new doorway for what is to come from the band.

‘Future Sauce’ is available now as a peak into things to come, and debuts alongside an art print from Autograf as well. Stream it here via Autograf’s Soundcloud.

Autograf will be joining Goldroom for a co-headlining, 30+ date (found below), bus tour of North America this fall as well. With both acts bringing live instrumentation and vocals on the road these shows will offer a glimpse at the future sound of American electronic music. The tour began this past week in Nashville.

A ticket pre-sale link can be found here – AutografGoldroom.com

Autograf burst onto the scene in 2015 with a string of searing remixes that notched up Hype Machine #1s left and right. 58 million plays later and the trio have shown they are very much more than just blog buzz. Singles like Dream and Metaphysical, released on Counter Records, and their subsequent 5 track 2016 EP Future Soup represent a body of work that shows Autograf’s penchant for melodic and kaleidoscopic hook laden house music.

Often when it comes to describing a musical aesthetic it stops with the music, but Autograf have constructed an identity that extends far beyond their soundscape. Originally conceived as an art project, the trio’s releases have been accompanied by original art pieces from the band, while Jake’s background in sculpture and welding has allowed Autograf to create their stage design and even build own instruments including a marimba and djembe.

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Posted on October 13, 2016, in stream and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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