Youth Lagoon is no longer — Trevor Powers killed him. Powers’ former alter ego, a job of indie-rock and psychedelia arrived in 2016 into a conclusion. Born from the ashes of Youth Lagoon, Powers reimagined himself at the progressive experimental electronic music of their namesake. Gone will be sheepish persona and the brown curls washed out from the music — in its own place, a chopped hairstyle image and sharp productions push Trevor Powers into the forefront, for possibly the first time in his career. Adhering to Denver’s Lost Lake couch on Saturday, October 6, Powers will take care of the audience to Mulberry Violence — Powers’ most compelling work.
Besides this audio that is new, Powers will bring together an stage show to coincide with his persona. Joined by percussionist Ukiah Bogle along with Nicholas Gould — the lighting designer supporting acts such as Nicholas Jaar and Darkside — Powers will probably likely be as much a joyride as a sonic one, undoubtedly bringing the experimental character of Mulberry Violence . Similarly, Powers will be taking digital artist mmph together. Boston’s mmph has remixed the likes of Perfume Genius and published two EP’therefore this season — Serenade along with Dear God. The celebrity is an excellent accompaniment for both Powers, as both artists occupy space in digital music of ever-evolving and meticulous design.
Fans of Youth Lagoon may watch Powers shift in audio and image as the nail in the coffin of some hopes for addition of Youth Lagoon cloth, but rest assuredthe shift only feels like another chapter for the artist and also a chance to produce and experience something new. In this creation, Powers shouldn’t register to that he was, making for his tour cease even more exciting. This is an opportunity for lovers of Youth Lagoon and lovers of Trevor Powers’ new material to mould an adventure as the heritage of Powers’ solo job is still, for the most part.
Tickets for Trevor Powers Lost Lake performance can be found here.
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