Hot off the heels of a tour of Asia (Including Taipei, Shanghai and Kaohsiung City) vocalist Becky Jean Williams and producer John Hancock are taking theBeatport Riverside Stage at Electric Zoo on Saturday, August 30th.
Late Night Alumni consists of Williams, Hancock, Finn Bjarnson and Ryan Raddon (aka Kaskade). Formed in 2004, the foursome were quickly bounded by a mutual love of of downtempo, live instrumentation and lush melodies. The title track of its 2005 debut, “Empty Streets,” hit the Top 10 on charts worldwide, going No. 1 in Spain, and was featured in several commercial spots (including one for Toyota) and DJ compilations (like Tiësto’s chilled-out “In Search of Sunrise”). 2009’s “You Can Be The One” and “Uncharted” were featured in major motion picture “Crazy, Stupid Love,” giving Becky’s sweet voice to Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone’s big-screen romance. In 2013, the band released its fourth album, The Beat Becomes a Sound” and supported Raddon on his “Atmosphere” tour.
Additionally, Late Night Alumni launched a 19-city cross-country tour with Hungarian DJ duo Myon and Shane 54 this past winter in support their collaborative song “Under Your Cloud.” As if touring two continents weren’t enough, LNA also put its stamp on remixes of Feenixpawl’s “Hear Me” as well as DJ Colette’s “Physically,” all available now. Give a listen below “Physically.” This is just a little preview of what Late Night Alumni will be spinning at Electric Zoo.