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Home Video Create Hypnotic Electro-rock with New Album

February 19, 2011 by  

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Home Video Create Hypnotic Electro-rock with New Album

SOPHISTICATED ELECTRONIC DREAMERS HOME VIDEO CREATE HYPNOTIC ELECTRO-ROCK WITH NEW ALBUM THE AUTOMATIC PROCESS

HOME VIDEO February Album Release

“Bask in their intoxicating tunes, which range in personality from somber and minimalist to hopeful and sublime” – Paper Magazine

“beautiful” Filter Magazine

“Home Video has created a journey…that never ceases to bounce back
– Under The Radar
Magazine

“the album showcases the duo’s widening sound palette and effortless blending of both darkness and light.” Nylon Magazine

“wholly uncompromising in its approach and aesthetic” – Big Shot Magazine

“Artist to Watch” – Rolling Stone

Brooklyn, NY – Amidst waves of richly textured melodies and driving beats rises a haunting voice intoning messages of modern hope and despair that will invade your memories.  This is the sound of HOME VIDEO, Collin Ruffino and David Gross, high-school friends from New Orleans who have been collaborating since their first short video in 1997.  After originally recording for electro powerhouse Warp Records, the band are self-releasing their second album, The Automatic Process, available on February 25, 2011 (physical to be releasd March 25, 2011)

Inspired early on by music from the likes of Massive Attack, Boards of Canada, Depeche Mode, and Phillip Glass, HOME VIDEO intertwine the classically-trained sensibilities of Gross with the confessional and at times existential lyrics of Ruffino.  With The Automatic Process, the band layers samples, synthesizers, piano, guitar, and live drums to build an electro-tinted minimalist rock that drives steadily towards the sublime — a spacious soundtrack evocative of a fractured dream.

Home Video release new album

Warp Records released Home Video’s first two EPs in 2004: That You Might, a 10” single that immediately picked up considerable attention in Britain from BBC Radio 1 and the NME, and Citizen EP, a five-song release that earned the band a feature in Rolling Stone.  In 2006, US-based Defend Music released the band’s debut album, No Certain Night or Morning. With infectious tracks like “Sleep Sweet” and “Gas Tank”, it’s no surprise that Grammy-nominated DJ Sasha picked two songs from the album to remix for his most recent release, Involver 2, which also included songs from Thom Yorke, Apparat and M83HOME VIDEO themselves have recently taken to the role of remixer, reworking songs for bands like Bear in Heaven, Wave Machines, Faunts, Bang Gang, and friends Naked Hearts.

HOME VIDEO produce all their music themselves, and adapt their studio creations into full-on live performances featuring a drummer and hypnotic visual projections.  During Home Video’s first European tour they had the opportunity to play in London with Blonde Redhead, who later invited the band to support them for three weeks of shows in North America.  Since then, HOME VIDEO have opened for such diverse acts as Justice, Yeasayer, Flying Lotus, Pinback, DJ Krush, Colder, and Radio 4. Taking advantage of Ruffino’s film education, the band has also made several of their own music videos. The band’s video for “I Can Make You Feel It” premiered on MTV2’s Subterranean, and had over 200,000 views after being featured for a week on the front page of YouTube.com.

The Automatic Process will be released Febraruy 25th, 2011 (physical to be released March 25th). Building on the band’s 2009 EP, It Will Be OK EP, expect more of their best, with key songs “The Smoke”, “An Accident”, “Every Love That Ever Was”, and the title track, “The Automatic Process”. Stay tuned for updates on upcoming shows, videos, and remixes.

1.  Accomplished but Dead

2.  The Smoke

3.  Business Transaction

4.  An Accident

5.  I Can Make You Feel It

6.  Beatrice

7.  The Automatic Process

8.  Every Love That Ever Was

9.  Description of a Struggle

10.  No Relief

11.  You Will Know What To Do

Click to hear: Home Video – The Automatic Process

http://www.homevideo.fm

http://www.myspace.com/homevideo

http://www.facebook.com/homevideoband




 

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