ACTORS inject 80s dance floor intensity into their interpretation of Antipole’s “Decade Apart” featuring Paris Alexander and Eirene.
The original track was released on Antipole’s 2019 sophomore album Radial Glare (CD/LP Young & Cold Records).
ACTORS are one of the bands pushing music forward through a deep understanding of the past. Their modern take on Post-Punk and Darkwave fused with 80s pop sensibilities blend seamlessly to create something that is both fresh and new. This comes through strongly in their latest remix for Norway’s finest Coldwave outfit Antipole.
Following on from the success of Perspectives, where artists including Ash Code, Agent Side Grinder, Kill Shelter and more put their unique spin on Antipole tracks, Perspectives II builds on this concept. With a full release scheduled for April 2020, the second edition will include remixes by ACTORS, S Y Z Y G Y X, Undertheskin, European Ghost, Crying Vessel and many more.
♦ Pre-orders for Perspectives II available from Friday 13th of March.
Antipole (Norway) is guitar-driven evocative hypnotic post-punk/wave mixed with synths and drum machines.
Antipole is Karl Morten Dahl (Trondheim, Norway). Sophmore album “Radial Glare” (LP/CD) out on Young & Cold Records September 2019. The album features Paris Alexander, Eirene and Marc Lewis (of The Snake Corps ).
The debut 14-song album “Northern Flux” (CD) was released on Unknown Pleasures Records (UPR76, November 2017) ft Paris Alexander and Eirene – both from Brighton, UK.
“Perspectives” (Nov 2018) ft remixes by Ash Code , Kill Shelter, Agent Side Grinder, Delphine Coma and more.
Antipole and Paris Alexander have remixed Geometric Vision, Buzz Kull, Clan of Xymox, IAMTHESHADOW, Hante., In Letter Form, Agent Side Grinder, Skeleton Hands and more. Antipole has also worked with Kill Shelter and IAMTHESHADOW .
“It Will Come To You” was released on Artoffact Records in 2018. The album’s anthemic songs evoke the urgency of early-’80s U2 (Boy, October, War) as well as the driving, synth-drenched scores that emanated from that era’s movie screens.
Songs like “L’appel du Vide,” “Slaves”, and “Face Meets Glass” are modern classics that glisten due to frontman Jason Corbett’s production work: slamming beats propel warm layers of synth, guitar, and vocals.
Corbett writes, produces, mixes, and masters all ACTORS music at his own Vancouver studio, Jacknife Sound.