French Horn Rebellion to Perform at Brooklyn Bowl, 1/18; 'Cold Enough' Single Out Now
Recently, French Horn Rebellion revealed their new song with GRAMMY winning, pop/R&B pioneer Jody Watley called "Cold Enough". The song is perfectly fit for the cold Christmas season as explained by Jody Watley. You can hear the track via the exclusive premiere at EW.com HERE and you can download it HERE. French Horn Rebellion will also be playing with an 8-piece funk band at Brooklyn Bowl this Friday, January 18, 2013.
"I loved the sound of French Horn Rebellion at first listen - with that special blend of modern electronica fused with classic 80's Pop. Made in French Horn Rebellion's new Next Jack Swing style, and my own distinct vocal sound - the track combines classic, new- hot and cold in a way that makes me and I know others will want to move - it was a blast to collaborate on this!" - Grammy Winning Pop/R&B Pioneer Jody Watley
French Horn Rebellion collaborated with The Knocks' JPatt for this nu disco track "Love Is Dangerous". The remix by Brooklyn's Chrome Canyon is part of the Love Is Dangerous EP. Last month, the French Horn Rebellion-brothers released their Poster Girl EP with praise from Rolling Stone and Jay Z for their tracks, and supported OF MONTREAL on their American tour.
Written, produced and mixed by brothers Robert and David Perlick-Molinari, released their debut album The Infinite Music...which warps the fabric of dance, electro, rock and funk and was possibly last year's most ambitious, multi-faceted and engaging debut album. Crucially, the album also follows an intergalactic narrative that tracks the physical and emotional journey of an unknown French horn player, with a story that loops into itself - being infinite. "The album is basically the result of countless hours in the pit orchestra of operas, and thinking how fun it would be to score something like that, only with hot beats," says Robert. The band have also remixed the likes of Sleigh Bells, MEN, Two Door Cinema Club, OMD, Savoir Adore and Alex Winston.