NYC Welcomes Back Electronic Pioneers Orbital 12.4 at Brooklyn Steel


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From Paradise Garage and Studio 54 in the 1970s to Limelight and Sound Factory in the 1990s, and beyond, nobody gets down like NYC. Whether dingy underground parties or high-end mega clubs are your thing, there’s never been an excuse not to shake your groove thing in the Big Apple. One reason to celebrate this December 4 is when UK rave masters Orbital pop into town for an unforgettable night at Brooklyn Steel.

Orbital – Tiny Foldable Cities

Already blowing people away in the U.K., the N.Y.C.  show promises to be a thrilling flashback to the city’s golden era while tapping into its current status as a global dance capital and providing a thrilling hint of what the future holds for dance music and rave culture. The night’s energy will be fueled by Orbital’s amazing discography, from reimagined old school classics like “Chime” to brand new bangers like “P.H.U.K.” “When we play live, the songs have developed and changed over the years,” says Paul Hartnoll in a recent interview. “They’re similar to how they were obviously but there’s nice little changes and additions.”

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This is the duo’s first show in the states since 2012 so it’s a very rare opportunity to catch the Hartnoll brothers at their best. Re-energized by their reunion after four years apart and inspired by the state of the world at the moment, Orbital has never sounded better or sharper. Just check out what everyone is saying about the album and the tour:

“A very special event that for some brought back the hedonistic delights of the past and for others delivered a magnificent glimpse of a seminal EDM act,” – Contact Music on Orbital’s performance at Dreamland Margate over the summer.

“With an album like Monsters Exist, their legacy remains securely locked into place.” – PopMatters

“One of the rave era’s most masterful dance teams” – Pitchfork

“Lucky for us, Orbital is just as great as it ever was” – Billboard

“Back to their bleep and beat-filled best” – Nemone (BBC 6 Music)

“Arena-rocking electro duo are reunited and it feels so good” – 8/10 Uncut

New LP “Monsters Exist” Available via ACP Recordings on CD, 2CD, 2LP, 4LP Box Set & digital here:

Hit play on the mind-warping remix of “P.H.U.K.U” below to get a taste of what’s in store, then grab one of your best mates, strap on your headlamps, and head on down to Brooklyn Steel for an unforgettable evening with Orbital, HERE.