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Maximum Hedrum Kick Off Run Of Live Dates Tonight In Minneapolis Supporting Yeah Yeah Yeahs

| 25 June 2013 | Reply


Los Angeles, CA – June 24, 2013 – Maximum Hedrum will kick off a run of live dates tonight in Minneapolis, MN at First Avenue supporting Yeah Yeah Yeahs. In addition to YYYs support dates, the group will also appear at Summerfest in Milwaukee on June 26th and Rock In Rio in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on September 22nd. See below for a complete list of dates. Maximum Hedrum is touring is support of their debut self-titled album which was released on March 19th via Spectrophonic Sound.

Maximum Hedrum Live Dates:

6/26 Milwaukee, WI – Summerfest

6/29 – Tinley Park, IL – First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre*

6/28 Kansas City, KS – Mammoth Live

7/1 – Toronto, Canada – Echo Beach*

9/22 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil – Rock In Rio

* w/ Yeah Yeah Yeahs

Maximum Hedrum’s electronic-funk hybrid features Sam Spiegel, the vocals of Derrick Green from the seminal heavy metal band Sepultura, and renowned German musician and producer Harold Faltermeyer, and examines the way our lives are changing through advancements in technology and the Internet.

Aside from his work producing the Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ Grammy® nominated sophomore album Show Your Bones and scoring countless films, documentaries, and commercials, in 2009 Spiegel founded N.A.S.A. (North America South America) whose landmark globetrotting debut LP, The Spirit of Apollo, featured jaw-dropping collaborations from the likes of Kanye West, George Clinton, M.I.A., Tom Waits, RZA, David Byrne, and more.

After numerous experimental late night studio sessions with longtime friend and Sepultura vocalist Derrick Green in Sao Paolo, Brazil the Maximum Hedrum project was officially born. Heavily rooted in danceable electro-funk with classic synth textures, the album’s single “Keep In Touch” is a thumping psychedelic offering that features additional vocals from George Clinton. The massive R&B influenced “Robosexual” incorporates additional percussion from guest collaborator Nick Zinner of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, while the dreamy track “PHD” trance pulses with classic hip hop inspired beats. From start to finish, the album is a genuine genre-melding ride.

“Funk and dance collide on Sam Spiegel’s project Maximum Hedrum. Take a ride into this psychedelic melody and turn up the funk.” – VIBE

“This Maximum Hedrum project might just take us over the edge. The hybrid music mothership just landed.” – MTV Iggy

“The chemistry between Faltermeyer and Derrick Green is apparent and yet another nod to Spiegel’s production instincts, as this seemingly avant partnership has yielded something hard, fast and soulful.” – BuzzbandsLA

“So what really happens when worlds collide? Well, sometimes, damn good music rises from the collision. That’s the case with Maximum Hedrum, which brings together the “seemingly” disparate DJ Sam Spiegel of N.A.S.A. and Sepultura singer Derrick Green. Together, they make songs like you’ve never heard before. They’re strange, sexy, and slick. It’s as if funk got transmuted to the 22nd century with a dash of rock and electro thrown in for good measure. Maximum Hedrum stand alone in the most wild, weird, and wonderful way possible.” – ARTISTdirect

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