NYC’s Post-Punk Duo Tempers Debut Second Single “Strange Harvest”

Posted: April 19, 2013 in Uncategorized

PITTSBURGH MUSIC MAGAZINE

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The NYC duo incorporates more typical fare of coldwave and shoegaze…
Yet they’re still every bit as focused on a patient creep, even if it’s the result of synthetic elements rather than the organic. 
– PITCHFORK

 

  “STRANGE HARVEST” 
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Yesterday NYC’s rising electronic duo Tempers, comprised of Jasmine Golestaneh and Eddie Cooper, quietly debuted their coldwave infused single “Strange Harvest“. The digital single, backed with it’s acoustic version, drops digitally on 4/24 via Pendu Sound. That same evening the duo is scheduled to celebrate by playing at Brooklyn’s 285 Kent alongside ERAAS & Herzog Rising. Ian Cohen of Pitchfork reviewed “Strange Harvest” noting, “The mechanistic aspects of “Strange Harvest” remain constant throughout, an insistent thump that’s halfway between Factory and Wax Trax!, while Jasmine Golestaneh’s vocals become increasingly distorted and blown-out.”

Tempers first found the lime-light in February…

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