LISTEN TO THE “ADDICT” (CR4SH REMIX) HERE:
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Hear the Magnet Magazine Premiere Here:
It has been quite some time since Portland darlings, ADVENTURE GALLEY, released an album’s worth of new material. Since 2010’s The Right Place to Be EP to be exact, and that is about to change. Just announcing their plans to drop Anywhere That’s Wild on November 19th, the group is ready to close out this year with a bang.
The group has also just announced that they will be playing the Wonder Ballroom in Portland, Oregon in support of indie favorites, of Montreal, on Thursday, November 7th.
Recently featured on The Beatles Reimagined, alongside the likes of Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes, Adventure Galley have stayed in the limelight with energy filled shows, brilliant singles, and stellar premieres on the likes of Nylon. To kick things off, the band is sharing “Addict (Remix)” which is remixed by notable Brooklyn DJ, CR4SH. The single has just premiered on Magnet Magazine.
Adventure Galley is a strong mixture of indie rock, synths and dance friendly beats, and the combination of acclaimed Brooklyn party DJ, CR4SH, brings a whole new life to the single.
Anywhere That’s Wild was tracked at King Size Sound Labs in Los Angeles with producer Dave Trumfio (Wilco, OK Go, Mates of State), with additional tracking in Portland and Seattle. With contributions from each member, the new record reflects a myriad of influences. The album will be released via Internet Piracy Records, in which the band was involved in the formation of. Adventure Galley will also be having a record release show in Portland, Oregon at Holocene on the 20th of November.
Adventure Galley has quite a phenomenal press backing behind them. Formerly the group was signed to Myspace Records (Before the label folded) after winning a nationwide competition beating out nearly 20,000 bands. Adventure Galley have been covered and featured in Rolling Stone, Nylon, New York Times, Paste, The Examiner, Huffington Post, Nylon, CMJ, Baeble, Portland Mercury among countless others, as well as landing on the Hype Machine’s Top 10 twice in the past year. Adventure Galley’s music has been described as “infectious,” “epic,” and “danceable,” with a sound that would make The Killers jealous.
The group is also running an Indie Go Go campaign of physical pressings of the record, which you can help out with HERE.