2022 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame nominee and eight-time GRAMMY-winner Beck has traveled light years from his emergence as a reluctant generational spokesperson when “Loser” exploded into a ubiquitous 1994 smash. Beck's singular vision has since seen him utilize all manners and eras of music, blazing a path into the future while foraging through the past.
Beck’s creative evolution has always progressed at an exponential rate. From the atmospherics of 1998's "Mutations" and the fluorescent funk of 1999's "Midnite Vultures," the somber reflections of 2002's "Sea Change," 2005's tour de force "Guero" and 2006's sprawling "The Information," 2008's acclaimed "Modern Guilt," 2014’s Album of the Year GRAMMY-winning "Morning Phase," the “euphoric blast of experimental pop” (Rolling Stone) that was 2017’s "Colors" and his 2019 "best in a decade” (People) "Hyperspace"… No Beck record has ever sounded like its predecessor — though The New York Times notes a consistent thread: “Though Beck’s records through the years have tended toward maximalism, a kind of meticulous sonic gorgeousness, melody remains central to his art.`
Phoenix is a critically-acclaimed band from France. Born out of high school friendships in Versailles, Phoenix have been nominated twice for GRAMMY awards, winning “Best Alternative Album” in 2010 for their record "Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix" which included hit singles ‘1901’ and ‘Lisztomania’. They also won “Best Rock Album” in 2014 for "Bankrupt!" at the French Victoires de La Musique.
Known for their sleek, highly stylized sonics and incredible, infectious melodies, Phoenix recently released their critically lauded new album "Alpha Zulu" featuring current single 'Tonight' with Ezra Koenig. The band has headlined festivals including Coachella, Rock en Seine and Governors Ball They have sold out New York City’s prestigious Madison Square Garden and Los Angeles’ Hollywood Bowl, and played festivals from Glastonbury (UK) to Vieilles Charrues (FR) to Summer Sonic (JPN) and more around the globe." (Promo Copy)