ArjanWrites.com Presents ARTIST#TALK with HP and Windows featuring Special Guest Far East Movement in NYC
Following ARTIST#TALK with Ellie Goulding last month, I'm thrilled to announce that the next episode of my live interview series will feature none other than global chart sensation Far East Movement. Produced in very close partnership with HP and Microsoft Windows, I will be chatting with the Los Angeles group about their most recent album "Dirty Bass," the success of "Turn Up The Love," their new collaborations with Feist and Flo Rida, and much more at the iconic Terminal 5 stage in New York City on October 24. Far East Movement will also perform a private concert for attendees and fans immediately after ARTIST#TALK for a very special HP celebration.
The ARTIST#TALK with Far East Movement is particularly special to me. I've kept tabs on the group of Kev Nish, Prohgress, J-Spliff and DJ Virman ever since they went on tour with Robyn prior to the release of their "Free Wired" album in 2010. Since then, I've seen the group perform in Europe, Canada and the U.S., and I even made a cameo in the music video for "Live My Life" (featuring Justin Bieber) that Far East Movement filmed in my hometown of Amsterdam.
Fusing together slick hip hop beats, catchy pop hooks and big dance floor energy, Far East Movement brings a unique point of view to the pop scene that goes beyond music alone and captures a forward, all-inclusive mindset. I look forward to hearing more about what inspires their music, visual aesthetic and performance. The group will also provide commentary on "Dirty Bass," their most recent album that includes collaborations with Feist, Flo Rida, LMFAO, Justin Bieber, RedOne, The Stereotypes, Bangladesh, Sidney Samson and Wallpaper.
Watch this space for updates about ARTIST#TALK and make sure to follow @FarEastMovement for details about a chance to attend this ARTIST#TALK. Also, keep your eye out for the premiere of Far East Movement's new music video for "Little Bird" (featuring Feist) that debuts tomorrow.
October 15, 2012 | Permalink