Thursday, April 23, 2009

Check out the addictive new Nite Club single “Left Right” right NOW.

Nite Club at a night club. Celebrate the release of My Tronic at Public Assembly in Brooklyn on April 30th. Check out the addictive new single “Left Right” right HERE.

RIYL: Claude Debussy, The KLF, Yes, Bobby Brown, Devo, The Sea and Cake, The Orb, Tangerine Dream and Mobb Deep.

“With Spitzer’s knack for emotive melodies and nasty grooves, Nite Club proves that drum machines can indeed have some soul.” – URB.

Nite Club’s latest My Tronic is out now on Tape Theory Music. To celebrate this positive moment in time, Nite Club aka Richard Spitzer will perform with Osbourne (Ghostly International) drummer Steve Bryant laying down the backbeat LIVE on Thursday, April 30th 9pm at Williamsburg staple, Public Assembly. Their combined background of live jungle, indie rock and hip hop makes for an upbeat and dreamy atmosphere reminiscent of early 90’s UK rave scene. Not to be missed!

Check out “Left Right,” (MP3) the latest single from Nite Club’s My Tronic, as well as additional tracks and the video for “No Matter Which Way” via the links below!

Nite Club is the project of multi instrumentalist Richard Spitzer. Born into an Orthodox Jewish / Cuban family, music was a natural part of daily life. Either the salsa and mambo infused family parties or the introspective soulful prayer at the ultra Orthodox Hebrew Temple. Diversity in music was Spitzer’s calling since he was little.

Spitzer started performing at rave events at 16-years-old. He blossomed as a player with prog rock, punk and live drum n’ bass groups using modern classical composition as his backdrop. Spitzer then pursued a music education in college where he was composition classmates with electronic artist Dan Deacon.

Spitzer has performed across the US, Europe and Japan opening for The Rapture, The Roots, Jamie Lidell, Lightning Bolt, DJ Oscar G, DJ DB, Kool Keith, and The Locust. Spitzer has also performed at major international super clubs such as Crobar, Avalon, and Spirit. He counts Claude Debussy, The KLF, Yes, Bobby Brown, Devo, The Sea and Cake, The Orb, Tangerine Dream and Mobb Deep as influences.

Currently, Spitzer enjoys collaborations and remix projects with his Japanese extended musical family including of members of j-hip-hop group SBK and the first nu-rave / minimal techno band from Japan, The Samos. Showcased in the live setting Nite Club becomes a collaboration with Osbourne (Ghostly International) drummer Steve Bryant. Manipulating all kinds of instruments Spitzer’s experiences come together with Nite Club. While having the New York night life as his backdrop he creates a beautiful project that shines in the night sky.

Artist: Nite Club
Title: My Tronic
Label: Tape Theory

01. Compose
02. Left Right (MP3)
03. National
04. Good Life (Kanye West) (MP3)
05. Time Fighter
06. No Matter Which Way (MP3 | VIDEO)
07. Collection Agency – Reebok Pump Mix
08. License Control
09. BK Nights
10. Electric Cycle
11. Cape Navril – Frost Mix
12. Change Your Love
13. Down Days
14. Aquarell
15. Eff$
16. Burma

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