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Anomalie Cuts Deep With New Jazz Inspired Single ‘Canal’ Off Forthcoming ‘Metropole II’

Anomalie is a name you might not be familiar with yet, and that is okay. But as the artist's name suggests, he is bringing something brilliantly new to the table in the world of electronic music. Having a few high profile collaborations under his belt in the funk world, Anomalie is looking forward to the release of his second EP, Metropole II.

A Style Second To None

The Canadian artist is not scared to experiment with arrangements that might be considered outside the box for electronic producers. He incorporates sounds of soul and jazz seamlessly into captivating and pensive arrangements of percussion. The flow of his works are truly second to none, and his style is refined with each additional release. Similar in style to that of French improvisation specialist FKJ, it is no reason why Anomalie has found deep success with his sound.

Anomalie held nothing back off with his latest single ‘Canal' which will be part of the Metropole II project. The smooth groove of the track which finds it's roots secured in the jazz paradigm rings with elegance and class. It is the modern-day equivalent of a 1950's soundtrack of a Parisian Cafe sitting on the canals of the Seine. Check out this track below, and be on the lookout for the full EP dropping on May 4th. Below the single, you can find Anomalies tour dates which are selling out quick, and for good reason.

Tour Dates w/ Live Band

3.16 – New York, NY – Rough Trade NYC [Sold Out]
4.3 – San Diego, CA – The Loft at UCSD
4.4 – Los Angeles, CA – Peppermint Club [Sold Out]
4.5 – San Francisco, CA – Rickshaw Stop
4.10 – Boston, CA – Great Scott [Sold Out]
4.12 – Montreal, QB – Theatre Fairmount
4.14 – Toronto, ON – Drake Hotel [Sold Out]
4.21 – Morrison, CA – Red Rocks [opening for Opiuo]

Solo performance opening for The Glitch Mob,
10 Dates from 5.11 – 5.24

5.25 – Summer Camp Music Festival


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