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Mass Gothic

Mass Gothic talk about gear on Delicious Audio

Noel Heroux and Jessica Zambri, active in the NYC scene since the mid aughts, released music separately through Hooray for Earth (Noel's first breakout project, disbanded in 2014) and Zambri (the electronic band Jessica still plays in with sister Cristi Jo) and became the two creative forces behind Mass Gothic. The two musicians share an interest for dark atmospheres and edgy arrangements. They found themselves involved in a romantic relationship that soon developed in an involved artistic collaboration, which fully bloomed in Mass Gothic's sophomore album, entitled "I've Tortured You Long Enough," released earlier this year through Sub Pop records. Our sister blog Delicious Audio asked Noel to share some thoughts about the creative experience and the gear behind it, read his answers here. - Photo by Sammy Goldfien

Ex Hooray for Earth Noel Heroux announces new project Mass Gothic

Mass Gothic is the project of ex Hooray for Earth Noel Heroux, whose debut, self titled debut LP is scheduled for a February 2016 release under Sub Pop records. The album was written and recorded at Noel's home over four months during the winter of 2014-2015, and features no collaborations with other musicians: "All I wanted to do was whatever I do when I’m alone and I’m unconcerned with what anyone else wants or expects." in early 2016 Mass Gothic will be touring the US (Brooklyn date at Palisades on February 27) and play SXSW to promote the record. You can listen to first single "Nice Night" below.


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