“Alarmed” by Operator Music Band
BTR Live Studio | ep705 | May 4, 2018
New York rock group Operator Music Band land somewhere on planet sound between Kraftwerk and Devo, with minimalist, repetitive pulsations and woozy synth swells forming a base for their punchy, hypnotic future-music. Perhaps a bit retro but also totally of the moment, Operator Music Band is here and needs to be heard. They invaded Serious Business Music in Brooklyn to teach us a little lesson.

Coördination EP is available now from New Professor Music.

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Operator Music Band: Official Website // Facebook // Bandcamp // Twitter

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