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Spend Friday Night with Goldroom and Autograf at Terminal 5

October 5th, 2016

Los Angeles electronic producer and singer-songwriter Josh Legg began making music under the name Goldroom (above, his video for “Lying to You”) five years ago, influenced by the likes of Daft Punk, Bob Dylan, LCD Soundsystem and Nirvana. And following the release of three EPs, his acclaimed debut studio album, West of the West (stream it below), came out just a couple of weeks ago, providing “a romantic and ambitious soundtrack to end your summer on a high note,” according to Vanity Fair. “No matter the listener’s age, the world could use a little more magic—and Goldroom just may be the man to bring it.” He’s currently out on the road in support of the new music with Chicago house trio Autograf (below, doing a live remix of Odesza’s “All We Need”)—Jake Carpenter, Louis Kha and Mikul Win—who pair “glitched vocals, lurking bass lines and live instrumentation from custom-built instruments” and put as much emphasis on the visuals as they do on getting people to have a good time. And if you’re one of those people looking for a good time, don’t miss Goldroom and Autograf at Terminal 5 on Friday night.

(Come dance with us at these other fall shows we think are right up your alley.)