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French Horn Rebellion and Mystery Skulls Tomorrow at Music Hall

March 9th, 2016

Originally from Milwaukee, brothers Robert Perlick-Molinari and David Perlick-Molinari teamed up to form the party band French Horn Rebellion (above, performing “This Moment” for WNYC FM) in Brooklyn, playing ’80s-influenced electronic rock. Their most recent release, the EP Foolin’ Around (stream it below), came out last fall. KCRW FM said the band “is about having fun, spreading joy and saying, ‘Hey, it’s OK if you’re weird,’” and that on the EP, they “combine their Brooklyn-based brotherly talents and vision to make a truly distinct and modern wall of sound.”

Another like-minded electronic musician, Luis Dubuc, doing work as the disco- and soul-influenced Mystery Skulls (out of Los Angeles), has teamed up with the likes of Nile Rodgers and Brandy Norwood. His debut full-length, Forever (stream it below), came out late in 2014. AllMusic weighed in: “Primarily centered around the talents of lead singer, songwriter and musical mastermind Luis Dubuc, Mystery Skulls make pulsing, laser-toned R&B that touches upon vintage ’70s and ’80s club music as much as it does contemporary R&B, techno and EDM.” Mystery Skulls (above, the video for “Paralyzed”) has hit the road with French Horn Rebellion, and you can catch them both tomorrow night at Music Hall of Williamsburg. Brooklyn’s Deidre & the Dark open the show.