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Thursday, August 20, 2020

The Avalanches - "Wherever You Go (w. The International Space Orchestra)" [Pop]

Wherever You Go (w. The International Space Orchestra)

"Wherever You Go (w. The International Space Orchestra)" music video by The Avalanches
Added: 20-08-2020
Genre : Pop
Description : The Avalanches - Wherever You Go (Live In Lockdown With The International Space Orchestra)

During the global lockdown of 2020, The Avalanches teamed up with a team of intrepid scientists, astronauts and engineers from the SETI Institute and NASA for a musical performance like no other.

The Avalanches, The International Space Orchestra, and CLYPSO perform 'Wherever You Go' (Live In Lockdown).

Stream/download Wherever You Go (feat. Jamie XX, Neneh Cherry, CLYPSO) by The Avalanches here: https://ift.tt/3jryr0u

Edited by Liam Oz

B-Roll Footage by:
Ryan Pittman - NASA Ames Research Center
Janice Bishop, Lukas Gründler, and Franck Marchis - SETI Institute

The International Space Orchestra:
Aileen Aniciete - Choir
Alan Ni - Viola
Annette Rodrigues - Ukulele
Barbara Jo Navarro - Trumpet
David Roland - Dobro/Ukulele
Elisabeth Giessler - Violin
Emeline Paat-Dahlstrom - Choir
Frank Caradonna - Piano
Greg Schmidt - Ukulele
Joel McKinnon - Bass Guitar
John Bresina - Choir/Rhythm Section
John Cumbers - Choir
Julia Schorn - Harp
Lothar Determann - Tenor Saxophone
Katie Gründler - Flute
Janice Bishop - Clarinet
Lukas Gründler - Trombone
Markus Gründler - Euphonium
Marianne Cooper - Violin/Viola
Marianne Ryan - Choir
Matt Linton - Cello
Melanie Lean - Choir
Andrew Henry - Choir
Michael Gross - Trombone
Miryam Strautkalns - Choir
Matthew Daigle - Guitar
Oliwia Baney - Cello and other instruments
Rei Ueyama - Violin
Sora Ueyama - Bubbles and Toys
Rodney Martin - Percussion/Clarinet
Rusty Hunt - Baritone Saxophone
Tamra Scott-Hunt - Choir
Ryan Pittman - Banjo
Sarah Hobart - Choir
Scott Poll - Violin
Taylor Hobart - Choir/Harp
Ted Garbeff - Violin
Vanessa Kuroda - Piano
Evan Price - ISO Conductor & Musical Director
Nelly Ben Hayoun - Director & Founder of ISO

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Never mind digging in the crates -- the Avalanches seem to find a new purpose for each vintage recording they touch. Bent on filtering their all-encompassing record collections through sampling and original instrumentation owing most to hip-hop, the Australian group truly arrived in 2000 with Since I Left You. An expansive suite in the lineage of sample-based landmarks such as Public Enemy's It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back, the Beastie Boys' Paul's Boutique, and DJ Shadow's Endtroducing....., the album distinguished itself with an unbridled sense of joy -- exemplified not only by the sound of whinnying horses -- and minimal original vocal content, left to ingeniously recontextualized voices from disparate sources. Even in the wake of numerous awards, sales certifications, and the attainment of a global following, its stature continued to heighten through the release of the group's long-anticipated 2016 follow-up, Wildflower, a more collaborative effort offering new shades of psychedelia. Since topping the album chart in their home country, the Avalanches have previewed their third album with 2020 singles on which they've been joined by Blood Orange and Rivers Cuomo.

Tags : 2020, 20s, The Avalanches

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