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The long-awaited seventh, full-length cinematic studio album, Chaos Companion, from electro-prog quartet TAUK is finally here. The collection, complete with nine instrumental tracks, takes listeners on a celestial journey reminiscent of 70’s film scores, 80’s video games, 90’s R&B and modern dance music. The newest offering from the band elevates their sound to new heights as they seamlessly blend futuristic electronic elements with old school rock, funk and soul.

North Beach Music Festival, set to happen at Miami Beach's historic North Beach Bandshell this December, has shared daily lineups. Coinciding with its daily lineup announcement, the festival is also releasing a limited allotment of single-day tickets, on sale tomorrow, Wednesday, September 15 at 12:00 pm ET. Additionally, North Beach Music Festival is excited to announce that long-time Florida jam scene anchors, The Heavy Pets, have joined the lineup.

In anticipation of their full-length album Chaos Companion, out September 24th, electro-prog band TAUK brings fans into their whimsical world with a cinematic video that captures their spirit for new track, "Make Your Move."

Watch "Make Your Move" here: youtu.be/RR_Vdn9ev10

Last week, GMP Live announced a brand-new festival that will take over the North Beach Bandshell in Miami Beach, FL this December 10th and 11th, and today, they have revealed the all-star lineup.

The wait is finally over for fans of electro-prog four-piece, TAUK, as they announce a full-length instrumental LP, Chaos Companion, due out September 24th. Over nine tracks, Chaos Companion is a cinematic collection that hints at everything from 70’s film scores and 80’s video games to 90’s R&B and modern dance music. The immersive record blurs the lines between analog and electronic as it balances old school grit and futuristic sheen in equal measure.

Earlier this month, TAUK shared "Moon Dub," their first studio release since March 2020. Today, the New York-bred ensemble shares the track's extraterrestrial-inspired video, directed by Dani Barbieri. Accompanying the fully instrumental track, listeners can join TAUK on a journey from Earth to outer space, with infectious beats and expansive sonic exploration. The vintage-tinged video chronicles the four-piece as they suit up, prepare for a space expedition and fly to the moon for a gravity-defying performance.

After a triumphant return to the stage last weekend at Peach Music Festival, TAUK is eager to hit the road and headline their own shows on the Chaos Companion Tour as the world opens again. Starting in September 2021, fans can hear the band's extensive catalog live, including their newest single "Moon Dub," out now on all platforms: smarturl.it/TAUKMoonDub

Today, Resonance Music and Arts Festival announced its initial 2021 lineup. The event, running from September 16th-18th at Marvin’s Mountaintop in Masontown, WV, will feature multiple sets from Resonance alumni, including Tipper (x2), Lotus, Lettuce, Papadosio (x3), and Umphrey’s McGee (x2). The festival will continue its tradition of “special” sets from a range of performers, including a mountain sunrise set from Tipper, a sunset set from Spafford, “TAUKing Wonder,” and a Keller Williams’ “Grateful Grass.”

FANS and KEEN x Garcia present the full list of artists invited to livestream on Earth Day to raise awareness about Alaska's Tongass National Forest — the largest temperate rainforest, and one of the most carbon-storing terrestrial ecosystems on Earth. The livestream will be a totally unique experience with artist performances coming from unique spaces and iconic venues across the country.

New York-bred TAUK has been laying down an all-instrumental blend of progressive rock, hip-hop and jazz on stages across the U.S. for the last several years, until Covid 19 shut down the world.

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