- Art Brut
Infobox musical artist
Name = Art Brut
Img_capt = Art Brut in 2006
Background = group_or_band
Deptford/ Bournemouth, England
Alternative rock Indie rock
Years_active = 2003-present
Downtown Records Fierce Panda Records Mute Records RCRD LBL
The Art Goblins
Glam Chops Everyone Was In the French Resistance...Now
URL = [http://www.artbrut.org.uk ArtBrut.org.uk]
Past_members = Chris Chinchilla
Art Brut are an English and German
indie rockband. Their debut album, " Bang Bang Rock & Roll", was released on 30 May 2005, with its follow up, " It's a Bit Complicated", released on 25 June 2007. Named after French painter Jean Dubuffet's definition of outsider art -- art by prisoners, loners, the mentally ill, and other marginalized people, and made without thought to imitation or presentation -- South London's Art Brut were tagged by NMEas part of the "Art Wave" scene that also includes bands such as Franz Ferdinandand Bloc Party.
The band was formed in 2003 and played its first gig in May of that year. The band recorded "Brutlegs" later in 2003 containing the first versions of "Formed a Band", "Modern Art" and "Moving to LA" and made it available.
Angular Recording Corporationput out a compilation featuring "Formed a Band". A journalist heard the song and sent an MP3 to Rough Trade and the label offered Art Brut a deal to release it as a single.
"Formed a Band" was released in the UK as a single in May 2004 reaching #52 on the charts. It also appeared on the soundtrack to
FIFA Street 2- a game for the PlayStation 2, Xbox, Gamecubeand Playstation Portable. "Blender" described them as the best unsigned band in the UK. During the rest of 2004, they played gigs throughout the UK with The Fadesincluding a first anniversary gig at the Tate Britain.
Another bootleg EP "Brutlegs 04" was recorded featuring "Good Weekend", "Bang Bang Rock & Roll", and an acoustic version of "Moving to LA". A double A-side was released in December 2004 on Fierce Panda reaching #49 on the charts. The album "Bang Bang Rock & Roll" was released in May 2005 with "Emily Kane" as the first single. The latter missed the UK Top 40 by two sales, yet remains the highest-charting single on Fierce Panda. "Bang Bang Rock & Roll" was produced by John Fortis, who has also worked with artists such as
Razorlight, Maxim Reality, The Pipettes, Neneh Cherryand Assembly Now.
Art Brut have a quite widespread following of "franchises", whose names range from AB0 (the original Art Brut) to AB3.14/Pi, AB² or even to AB17. The band
We Are Scientistsare also an Art Brut franchise, AB47. These franchises often record and play Art Brut songs during performances.
Chris Chinchilla amicably left the band for personal reasons in September 2005 forming new band Macaca Mulatta. He was replaced by Jasper Future, guitarist from Eddie Argos' old band,
The Art Goblins. The band appeared on the cover of the German edition of " Rolling Stone" magazine in September 2005.
Art Brut performed at the
Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, on April 30, 2006, at Pitchfork Music Festivalin June 2006, and at the Festival Internacional de Benicàssimand the Dour Festivalin Belgium, in July 2006 and are due to headline the Two Thousand Trees Festivalin July 2008. Art Brut also released a split 7" with We Are Scientists, which was only released in America. On this single Art Brut recorded a cover of 'The Great Escape' by We Are Scientists. We Are Scientists returned the idea and covered Art Brut's song 'Bang Bang Rock & Roll' on the single. Their version of "Bang Bang Rock & Roll" is also available on their b-sides album " Crap Attack".
The band released their second album, "
It's a Bit Complicated", on Mute Recordsproduced by Dan Swift , who has also worked with artists such as Help She Can't Swim, Victorian English Gentlemens Club, Kasabianand Snow Patrol. The first single to be taken from the album, "Nag Nag Nag Nag", was released on 20 November 2006, featuring the b-side "I Found This Song in the Road" and 5 live tracks from the Eurockéennes de Belfort Festival 2006. The song made Single of the Week in The Guardian's "The Guide" section. In 2007 they played on the American NMERock and Roll Riot tour with The Hold Steady.
On 1 March 2008 Argos revealed on his blog that Art Brut have amicably left EMI. In August 2008
Eddie Argosannounced on his blog that the band have been recording songs for the third album. Art Brut are also lined up to play various festivals over the summer
Bang Bang Rock & Roll" (2005)
It's a Bit Complicated" (2007)
Formed a Band" (March 2004) #52
Modern Art/My Little Brother" (December 2004) #49
Emily Kane" (May 2005) #41
* "Good Weekend" (September 2005) #56 (Featured in 2007 film "I Want Candy")
Nag Nag Nag Nag"
* "Direct Hit" #194
* "Pump Up The Volume" (February 2008)
* [http://www.artbrut.org.uk/ Official website]
* [http://www.myspace.com/artbrut Official MySpace]
* [http://www.drownedinsound.com/bands/5896.html Drowned In Sound biography]
* [http://tsoya.blogspot.com/2006/08/podcast-formed-band-with-eddie-argos.html Interview with Eddie Argos] on public radio program
The Sound of Young America
* [http://punkcast.com/885/ PUNKCAST#885] Vid of Art Brut @ Tribeca Grand NYC - Nov 12 2005
* [http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/entertainment/music/4372510.stm BBC: Art Brut and influence of John Peel]
* [http://www.bbc.co.uk/berkshire/content/image_galleries/artbrut_gallery.shtml BBC: Art Brut live photos]
* [http://www.bbc.co.uk/berkshire/content/articles/2006/11/10/artbrut_review_feature.shtml BBC: Art Brut live review]
* [http://blog.sailorjerry.com/post/art_brut_exclusive_interview/ Video Interview with Eddie and Ian]
* [http://www.last.fm/music/Art+Brut Last FM Page]
* [http://www.pandora.com/music/artist/art+brut Art Brut pandora page]
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