At a time when music is reactive and futuristic, it is important to embrace the surroundings while keeping true to the authentic core that defines an artist. ANALOG FIRE sits on the fringes, constantly experimenting, collaborating and searching while holding faithful to their commitment: Pulses, shakes, pounds and soul to keep the crowd moving. Amidst the endless intricacies of New York City, dur...ing an undisclosed period of time within the year 2009, Analog Fire took form. This phantasmal duo is composed of producers Eno Freedman Brodmann and Greg Louisy. Though only two in the studio, they have joined forces with live/electronic percussion artists, using a blend of congo drums on occasion, drum machines and live sets along with guitars and soundscapes to paint the dance floor with new colors and flavors every time. Risen from nothing but the unholy marriage of a budget laptop and a loop pedal, Analog Fire has surely surpassed above and beyond its humble roots. “Audio Delicious (2009)” the group’s premier LP, exquisitely showcases wide spectrums of musical talent, influence, styling, and tambour. Its tracks come in all shapes and sizes; from short melodies, to lyrical compositions, to grandiose arrangements. Since the LP, they have released a ‘Refill Remixes’ album, which featured, remixes by Grammy Nominated Genji Siraisi of Groove Collective and Elan Wright of Superfire and Danger Radio. Their new single ‘Mirrors’ was collaboration with London based electronic artist ‘Dux Content’, ‘Superfire’ and Vienna’s native electronic act ‘BLOCKWERK’. They have played all around the East Coast at venues, festivals with a live set up, DJed in clubs ranging from Brooklyn to Berlin, and stripped down to acoustic sets. With something for everyone, yet distinctly retaining their signature sound across the board, Analog Fire will surely continue to sate the audio driven appetites of the masses. Each live performance is different for ANALOG FIRE. Depending on the venue and audience, they have constantly restructured their set-up to receive a fresh response and try something new. They have played acoustic sets stripping down their music to more bossa-nova and jazz feels layered with harmonies, programmed original beats to remix songs and DJ in clubs, and performed with both drum machines and a live drummer with a full live band set-up. On some select shows they have also featured Ingmar Versolmann of BLOCKWERK doing additional sampling and programming. Somewhere caught in between Kayne West, Passion Pit, Crystal Castles and The Whitest Boy Alive, they have established their sound. Whether they pick up a drum machine, classical guitar or turntable, they are sure to keep the night moving.