– NEW VIDEO ‘BACK IN TIME’ ONLINE NOW
– SHARES NEW MONEY MARK REMIX
– UK TOUR THIS MONTH
– ALBUM ‘MISTER DIVINE’ OUT NOW
“A wander through dreamy nostalgia that takes in lifting grooves” – Metro
“Engrossing” – Dummy
“70s-flecked psych-pop” – The Line of Best Fit
“It’s message and emphasis on melody make ‘Mister Divine’ a satisfying listen” (7/10) – Loud & Quiet
“Soulful, psychedelic electronica” – Morning Star
“Plays with the pop expansiveness of his more familiar band with welcomed dabs of electronic swirls” – The 405
After the release of his album last month via City Slang, Naytronix (Nate Brenner of tUnE-yArDs) has shared new visuals for album standout track ‘Back In Time’, as well as a remix from Beastie Boys collaborator ‘Money Mark’. This comes ahead of his Naytronix’s UK tour dates this month, including a London show on November 28th.
Directed by Jeffrey A Tang, the ‘Back in Time’ video is a beautifully shot play on Nate’s sentimental lyrics and acts as a perfect ode to the title of the track. It’s a retrospective look at a life well-lived, soundtracked by seductive psych soul sounds of Naytronix.
As well as this, legendary Beastie Boys collaborator ‘Money Mark’, who has previously worked with the likes of Beck, Karen O, Red Hot Chilli Peppers & William Onyeabor, has put his own funk-laden twist on the original, with this new remix.
‘Mister Divine’ is hard to pin down periodically; modern themes fuse seamlessly with classic elements. There’s dub, there’s funk, there’s minimalist new wave, there’s jazz, hip hop and lots of electronics. More importantly there’s a lot of soul and warmth in these songs. Naytronix belongs to no musical microcosm other than it’s own, it’s own small tiny galaxy… but it’s expanding. It’s available now via City Slang.
See Naytronix live:
20 – Nuremberg – Zbau
21 – Leipzig – Baustelle
23 – Amsterdam – Red Light Radio set. (NOT A LIVE SHOW)
25 – Birmingham – Rainbow Cellar UK
26 – Bristol – The Old Bookshop UK
27 – Leeds – Brudenell- with Ought UK
28 – London – Shacklewell Arms UK
29 – Brighton – Mutations Festival UK