"Exposing New Music To The Blog-Reading Masses"
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French Horn Rebellion”s eclectic brand of electro may be forward-thinking, but their sound is clearly indebted, at least in part, to the synth-driven stylings and general kookiness of 80″s pop. So it”s only right that for their latest single “Cold Enough,” they bring Reagan-era pop/R&B diva Jody Watley into the mix. “I loved the sound of French Horn Rebellion at first listen – with that special blend of modern electronica fused with classic 80″s Pop,” Watley said. “Made in French Horn Rebellion”s new Next Jack Swing style, and my own distinct vocal sound – the track combines classic, new- hot
and cold in a way that makes me and I know others will want to move – it was a blast to collaborate on this!”
French Horn Rebellion is set to perform at New York”s Webster Hall tomorrow, opening for OF MONTREAL. The gig comes the same day as the release of their Love Is Dangerous EP, the duo”s collaboration The Knocks” JPatt. Listen to “Cold Enough,” HERE.