Negative Gemini & George Clanton
Wed, Jun 27 at 8pm
✨ Kremwerk Presents… ✨
Local Support TBA
1809 Minor Ave.
Negative Gemini is American songwriter, singer, and producer Lindsey French. After moving to Brooklyn in 2014, the Virginia-native released her self-produced debut album Body Work, for her own record label (100% Electronica) earning early comparisons to the likes of Hope Sandoval and Gwen Stefani. With its unique blend of underground dance beats and pop hooks, Body Work quickly found itself the darling of many music publications, garnering critical acclaim from prominent media publications like MTVnew, Resident Advisor and Fader. Already established as a strong female presence in the New York electronic music scene, Negative Gemini's new EP Bad Baby seeks to write timeless and memorable music on the fringe of pop. Written over the course of the last two years, Bad Baby chronicles the ups, and downs in French’s recent life.
Her 2017 single 'You Weren't There Anymore" topped the charts of music blog aggregator Hype Machine and was praised by Pitchfork and SPIN among other major publications and was quickly followed by second single 'Bad Baby' which won a spot on Spotify's Undercurrents playlist.
Negative Gemini just wrapped her first-ever headlining North American tour with her new EP Bad Baby just released January 19th 2018.
Formerly known as Mirror Kisses and ESPRIT 空想, George Clanton has decided to finally go by his own name and merge the two personas into one project, combining the vocal and New Wave/Chillwave elements from Mirror Kisses with the ethereal, hazy and lo-fi Vaporwave elements of ESPRIT 空想, which results in an absolutely beautiful new sound altogether. On his latest album, "100% Electronica, Clanton's warm and glistening synths glide over immensely satisfyingly punchy percussion, with George's passionate and effects-drenched vocals seamlessly blending in with the instrumentation, making every track feel like an anthem for a summer that never ends. So far, this album stands as a testament to how far George has come as a musician in general, and a promising glimpse at the direction his music will take in the future. If this is truly any indication, the future seems incredibly bright.