May 21, 2024

Matte Blvck announce new single for May 31st, ‘Pupula Duplex’


Matte Blvck announce new single for May 31st, 'Pupula Duplex'

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The LatinX San Diego based industrial/darkwave trio Matte Blvck will have a new single out on May 31st, “Pupula Duplex”. In this track Matte Blvck draws inspiration from the 90s’ big beat’ era acts like The Chemical Brothers, Aphex Twin, and The Prodigy updated with a modern, aggressive production.

The song is off of their upcoming album “Vows”. “Vows” is about the trio’s continuing creatively despite inner band turmoil and personal hardships including member health issues and loss of loved ones while keeping their friendship of 27 years as a band intact.

Matte Blvck collaborated with a 3-piece production team alongside Aaron Short and Matt Mcjunkins on various occasions throughout the album.

Matte Blvck tour dates

  • 06/06/24 – Los Angeles, CA| Resident
  • 07/19/24 – Portland, OR | COFFIN CLUB
  • 07/20/24 – Seattle, WA | EL CORAZON
  • 07/23/24 – San Francisco, CA | DNA LOUNGE
  • 08/03/24 – San Diego, CA| QUARTYARD
  • 08/17/24 – Los Angeles, CA| Bar Sinister
  • 09/06/24 – Leipzig, Germany | NCN FESTIVAL
  • 10/04/24 – Guadalajara, MEXICO
  • 10/05/24 – Mexico City, MEXICO
  • 10/09/24 – Medellin, COLOMBIA
  • 10/11/24 – Bogota, COLOMBIA
  • 10/12/24 – Lima, PERU
  • 10/16/24 – Santiago, CHILE
  • 11/07/24 – Houston, TX | ETRO NC
  • 11/08/24 – Denton, TX | ANDY’S
  • 11/09/24 – San Antonio, TX | DE LA NOCHE FEST
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Bernard Van Isacker is the Chief Editor of Side-Line Magazine. With a career spanning more than two decades, Van Isacker has established himself as a respected figure in the darkwave scene.

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