The Advertising Club of New York Is honoring industry luminaries at a New York gala July 18. The group's annual Advertising People of the Year awards celebrates talent across five categories who havemade outstanding contributions to advertising and who have been active in furthering the industry's standards, creative excellence and social responsibility.
NYS Entity Status
NYS Filing Date
JANUARY 17, 2013
NYS DOS ID#
124 GALE PLACE
NEW YORK, NEW YORK, 10463
NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY
2013 - CREATIVE NATION MUSIC GROUP LLC
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Phantogram’s dreamlike electro-pop has always packed hard edges.[...] on its third studio album, “Three,” the New York duo gets especially heavy.The record comes as multi-instrumentalist Josh Carter and singer Sarah Barthel cope with the suicide of the latter’s sister, as well as the deaths of their musical heroes Prince and David Bowie.The group spent most of last year touring with OutKast’s Big Boi under the name Big Grams.[...] with singles like “You Don’t Get Me High Anymore” and “Cruel World,” they turn the focus back to their own world.Based on the songs I heard so far, you are really exploding the idea of what Phantogram is supposed to sound like.Was that the intent going into this album?What I like and pride myself about our band is we have this bottomless well of creative ideas.Certain bands have such particular sounds if they stray away, people will be bewildered.There’s a lot of pain in this album.Music has always been cathartic to me — whether dealing with pain or happiness or anything in between.Aidin Vaziri is The San Francisco Chronicle’s pop music critic.
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