My contribution to this week's edition of Get Out!
Hippie—that's the direction Cut Copy
has gone with their fourth studio album Free Your Mind
. Well, hippie "in terms of uniting traditional guitars and dance music," frontman Dan Whitford
told T Magazine
. Inspired by the music of the two Summers of Love ('60s psychedelic rock and acid house of the late '80s, respectively), Whitford believes "those eras were about opening minds, stylistically and culturally—it wasn’t just black and white, but all things coming together"—and they’ve been experimenting with this themselves while ensuring that you dance your ass off. Openers include LA's Kauf
(aka Ronald Kaufman), whose debut EP, As Much Again
, is out now on Cut Copy's own Cutters label, and the US-based (via Milan via Greece) producer Larry Gus
showing off material from his recently released, and also psychedelically tinged, DFA record Years Not Living
Friday, November 1, Roseland Theater, 8pm, $25 advance, all ages
Check out the rest of OMN's Get Out! picks for October 31 to November 6.
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