Artist Spotlight – ACOLLECTIVE – New Single ” BREAKAPART ” airs on XFM XPOSURE 19/11/2014 ( For Fans of Radiohead/Beck )

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We’d like to introduce you to an incredible 7 PIECE band called ACOLLECTIVE from Tel Aviv, Israel. Their debut album “PANGAEA” took the UK press by storm earlier this year seeing stunning reviews from the likes of NME, Q, Clash Magazine and more. For fans of Radiohead, Beck. Their new single ‘BREAKAPART’ is released on December 1st on ALCOPOP RECORDS ( AIM independent record label of the year 2013 ) and the single had it’s first play on XFM XPOSURE last night by the legend that is John Kennedy. Tom Robinson at 6 Music is a big fan of the band and we’re told he was blown away by their live performance at John Kennedy’s remedy live night earlier this year.  Read a bit more about Acollective below. A video is coming soon for the single.  We can tell you it’s amazing!

 Listen : http://www.joinacollective.com/en/music

 

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Acollective – Breakapart

December 1st – Alcopop! Records

As heard on BBC 6 Music and XFM

“Colourful and clever gypsy-Radiohead sounds”

NME

 

“Pangaea is well worth wallowing in”

Q

 

“As compelling as it is cohesive… belting indie-pop choruses”

Uncut

 

“Acollective set the benchmark right from the start”

DIY

 

“OTM is a potent introduction to their skittish, hyperactive sensibilities”

Clash

 

FFO: Sufjan Stevens, Beck, Paul Simon and Radiohead

 

 

The third single from Acollective’s mesmeric second album, Pangaea, Breakapart is a reminder of what has been an incredible 2014 for them, and a taster of what’s to come… Locked for a UK tour next May, alongside a run of shows in Germany in February and the little matter of a homecoming show in front of 2,500 fans in Tel Aviv – this is a band to get excited about!

Formed in 2008, ACOLLECTIVE is a 7-piece band and social movement, fronted by Roy Rieck and Idan Rabinovici. The band’s early shows became a weekly cult gathering in Tel-Aviv, and they were soon playing sold-out shows – establishing a loyal fan-base and gaining critical acclaim and extensive airplay in Israel – all this without any support or plan of any sort. Since 2009 they have toured all over Europe (playing the likes of Glastonbury, United Islands, Y NOT? Truck, Pentaport (Korea) and supporting Jose Gonzalez and Okkervil River), quickly earning a local following and a reputation for show-stopping concerts, wherever they are.

After a positive reception to Acollective’s debut album – ONWARDS, produced by Chris Shaw (Bob Dylan, Super Furry Animals, Guillemots) – Acollective’s new album has set them on the road to something truly spectacular. Recorded after months of work in a make-shift factory-turned-rehearsal-wonderland (which was then “transported” to the studio so that the band could record the album in live takes) it led them to press adoration across Europe, saw a string of sold out shows and festivals in Israel, Germany, UK, Korea and across Europe

In spite of all of the album’s intricacies, a priority for the band was to maintain the essence of their environment so everything was recorded live. The mere mention of influences is enough to spark bloody violence within the band. Ask them who they listen to and they’ll tell you Sufjan Stevens, Beck, Paul Simon and Radiohead. Delve a little deeper and you’ll learn about their love of everything from Dixie Jazz, Japanese Pop and old-school hip-hop to modern-Arab-kitsch. What’s for sure is it works, and this is a collection of songs the likes of which have not been heard before.

As the band’s leader, Idan Rabinovici cryptically offers; “You must keep dancing even if the ground around you is shaking, safe in the belief that things must break apart and shatter in order to reconnect again.”

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