Brooklyn’s The Binary Marketing Show creates avant-garde soundscapes, spattered with spooky noises, eerie vocal work, and pulsing beats. With multiple releases of varying sounds in their repertoire, the group understand the art of unpredictability and mysteriousness, much like the bands Animal Collective and Grizzly Bear. Their songs, like “Unwilling,” never seem to start and end on the same page, moving along via clamoring segues and playful percussive arrangements, as ethereal crooning morphs into developing tapestries of sound. The Binary Marketing Show’s music feels like a journey in of itself.
The band’s latest album, Ventricular Beats (Experimental Circuits and Devices), is out now.
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The Binary Marketing Show on Bandcamp: http://thebinarymarketingshow.bandcamp.com
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