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City of Night

Artist/Band: Fog People
Category/Genre: Electronic
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“Very creative stuff, evocative, noir, deep ambience, love the sound, feel and attitude.”
“I love the darkness, sleaze, sexiness and beautiful sounds.”
“This album is truly its own thing.”

The Fog People's debut album, City of Night, is many things. None of them are easy to describe. A concept album based on a film noir? Check. A dark, electronic, sexy romp? Check. An amalgamation of Massive Attack, Prince, NIN, Tom Waits, and Goldfrapp with a Pink Floyd sense of production and drama? Absolutely.

Constructed by a film-school educated sound designer, City of Night is heavy on atmosphere, but tempered with the solid grooves of the martini-sipping jet set. Equally at home in dark sex clubs as well as posh uptown lounges, the Fog People's music is the soundtrack of a night on the town with a dangerous crowd of glitterati.

To make this concept album happen, the Fog People enlisted the help of several close artistic friends. Nowhere is this more overt than on the album's title track, which features a whoppin' 13 singers... making it a “We are the world” anthem for perverts and freaks everywhere. And who answered this call? Alicia Dara, CT Thompson, Scott O. Moore, and members of The Fading Collection, The Filthy Whores, Beehive, The Ticklejunk Horns, Suckapunch, Wilde Turkey, and Lustercoat.

Listen to: City of Night (Fog People) @ CDBaby
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