Anomalie

With Birocratic

Friday, March 16th, 2018

Rough Trade NYC

Doors 8:00pm
On-stage 9:00pm
Tickets available

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Tickets $12 advance, $15 day of show

Ages 18 & Over

A Bowery Presents Event

Anomalie

Anomalie (aka Nicolas Dupuis) is a keyboardist and producer based in the beautiful city of Montreal. Music has been in his blood since an early age, leading to more than 17 years of experience studying classical and jazz piano performance. He also became the first person to be awarded the Yannick Nézet-Séguin (Philadelphia Orchestra, Orchestre Métropolitain, Rotterdams Philharmonisch) excellence grant in 2012.

It was around that time he decided a change was in order. Using the moniker Anomalie, he began producing tracks infused with a combination of classical music, jazz, hip hop, funk, fusion and various electronic elements. Sounds hectic, but Nicolas pulls it off seamlessly as evidenced on his debut self-titled EP from 2013, and further confirmed by nearly 2M views his performance videos garnered on Facebook. Anomalie then made his debut on Lowtemp with single "Odyssée" in April of 2016. Soon after he began touring with Gramatik as his keyboard player on live shows, while also working on his second EP.

The Métropole EP is available now in all digital stores.

The eight track EP takes the listener on a soulful journey beginning with a piano only introductory track. Each track hammers in Anomalie's signature sound, driving home the fact that this kid has a lot of talent.
- YourEDM

Métropole is a glorious mixture of both classical and experimental jazz, funk, hip hop, and electronica. This may sound pretty intense, but Anomalie's skill as a musician pulls it off miraculously.
- Frequency21

In these eight tracks Anomalie manages to showcase everything his music is about: incredible creative energy combined with songwriting techniques from jazz, and a foundation of contemporary beats ranging from hip hop to broken beat.
- The Music Essentials

When Anomalie hits the stage his material comes to life with energy-driven arrangements for a 4-piece band.

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