Ghost frontman Masaki Batoh will be releasing an experimental project using electronic pulses under the title Brain Pulse Music Machine on Drag City Records.
The album was first planned to be entirely composed of BPM recordings, but this plan was altered followed the March 11, 2011 earthquake in Japan. Proceeds from the seven track LP will benefit the Japan Red Cross.
LIVE BPM PERFORMANCES OCCURRING THIS SPRING
Fri. 4/26/13 @ ATLAS Institute Black Box- Boulder, CO
Sat. 4/27/13 @ Austin Psych Fest- Austin, TX
Sun. 4/28/13 @ Craftlab Gallery- Oceanside, CA
Tue. 4/30/13 @ Echoplex- Los Angeles, CA
Thu. 5/2/13 @ Chop Suey- Seattle, WA
Sun. 5/5/13 @ Electric Owl- Vancouver, Canada
Mon. 5/6/13 @ Star Theater- Portland, OR
Wed. 5/8/13 @ Broken City- Calgary, Canada
Thu. 5/9/13 @ West End Cultural Centre- Winnipeg, Canada
Sat. 5/11/13 @ CSPS- Cedar Rapids, IA
Mon. 5/13/13 @ Spectrum- New York, NY
Tue. 5/14/13 @ Empty Bottle- Chicago, IL
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