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Art Department announce new album and world tour


ad-01.jpgArt Department, the dance world conquering double act of Jonny White and Kenny Glasgow, have announced their sophomore album, Natural Selection.

Due to drop via the White-run No.19 Music label, the project builds upon the duo’s critically acclaimed debut LP, The Drawing Board, which was released back in 2011 on seminal imprint, Crosstown Rebels. The promo explains AD have progressed into a “more mature and experimental sound,” yet promises the trademark rough and ready style still remains. The haunting vocals of Glasgow are joined on the album buy original contributions from a few pals too, namely Aquarius Heaven and Mr. Seth Troxler.

To celebrate the release, AD have announced a winter world tour, which will see them hit up Panorama Bar, DC10, D’Edge, several South American Creamfields festivals, plus venues in New York, London, Amsterdam and Dubai. A full list of dates is provided at the bottom of the page.

Natural Selection is out November 18th, check out the album teaser below:

Art Department tour dates:

24/09 – Pratersauna, Vienna, Austria25/09 –  Drift, Nijmegen, Netherlands26/09 – Indigo, Instanbul, Turkey27/09 – Panorama Bar, Berlin, Germany29/09 – DC10, Ibiza, Spain06/10 – DC10, Ibiza, Spain10/10 – Treatment, Bournemouth, UK10/10 – Blur Marlin, Dubai11/10 – Social Experiment Fabric, London, UK24/10 – Marquee, New York, USA25/10 – Lacuna Lofts, Chicago, USA 26/10 – Something Wicked Festival, Houston, USA31/10 – Freak Night Festival, Seattle, USA01/11 – Escape From Wonderland, LA, USA07/11 – Creamfields, Chile08/11 – Creamfields, Buenos Aries, Argentina13/11 – Vibe Club, Curitiba, Brazil14/11 – D’Edge, Sao Paolo, Brazil15/11 – Creamfields, Peru21/11 – Trade, Miami, USA28/11 – Rashomon, Rome, Italy29/11 – Loud, Turin, Italy05/12 – Perron, Rotterdam, Netherlands12/12 – DSTRCT, Amsterdam, Netherlands13/12 – Elekt’Rhone, Lyon, France20/12 – T13, Belfast, Ireland25/12 – Noir, Ancona, Italy26/12 – VR33, Modena, Italy 

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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