Thu . Thu Jul 2018

Chairlift (band)


Chairlift was an American synthpop band Caroline Polachek and Aaron Pfenning formed Chairlift in 2005 while living in Boulder, Colorado, and Patrick Wimberly joined them when they moved to Brooklyn in 2007 In 2008, Chairlift released their debut album Does You Inspire You Pfenning left the band in 2010, and as a duo, Polachek and Wimberly released two more albums: 2012's Something and 2016's Moth before announcing the end of Chairlift in December 2016

Contents

  • 1 History
  • 2 Collaborations and solo projects
  • 3 Discography
    • 31 Studio albums
    • 32 EPs
    • 33 Singles
    • 34 Remixes
  • 4 References
  • 5 External links

History

Chairlift formed initially as a project between Aaron Pfenning and Caroline Polachek at the University of Colorado in October 2005 The group intended to make background music for haunted houses Along with bassist Kyle McCabe, Chairlift recorded the beginning of Daylight Savings EP at New Monkey Studio in Los Angeles, California in April 2006 Chairlift relocated to Williamsburg, Brooklyn in August 2006 and signed to Kanine Records in June 2007 Patrick Wimberly joined the group in early 2007 After writing and recording while Polachek was still in college, Chairlift released their first full-length album, Does You Inspire You, in 2008 Their song "Bruises" was featured in the 2008 Apple commercial that launched the fourth-generation iPod Nano The single "Evident Utensil" was nominated for an award in the "Breakthrough Video" category at the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards The album was rereleased by Columbia Records on April 21, 2009, after the band signed with the major label The rerelease included two additional tracks not on the original release and a longer version of "Make Your Mind Up" Chairlift went on their first international tour, opening for bands like Phoenix, The Killers, and MGMT

Pfenning left Chairlift in 2010 to pursue his solo career in Rewards

On September 7, 2011 they released the video to their single "Amanaemonesia" from their second album Something For their 2012 single "Met Before" Chairlift created an interactive, choose-your-own-adventure video that Buzzfeed awarded the number one spot on its "23 Best Music Videos of 2012" end-of-year round up Their sophomore album Something released via Columbia Records on January 24, 2012 Something features production from Dan Carey and Alan Moulder After the record was released in Japan, Polachek co-directed a video for a Japanese version of "I Belong In Your Arms" with director/animator Eric Epstein

Through the time Polachek was finishing her solo record Arcadia, Chairlift continued working on their third record, "Moth" "Moth" was released January 22, 2016 On the same day as the album release, Chairlift was featured on "Sweet"'s snapchat story discussing their history, their music, and promoting their newest album Moth features 10 new songs, including the single "Ch-Ching", which was featured on snapchat

In December 2016, Chairlift announced that they would be breaking up, with a final tour in the spring of 2017

Collaborations and solo projects

Chairlift collaborated with Das Racist on the song "Fashion Party", the tenth song on Das Racist's 2010 mixtape, Sit Down, Man

In 2011, Wimberly produced multiple songs in American rap group Das Racist's album Relax

In 2013, Wimberly and Polachek collaborated with Beyoncé on the song "No Angel" from the album Beyoncé

In 2014 Polachek announced that she would release a solo LP under the name Ramona Lisa Titled Arcadia, the album was released in April 2014 on the labels Terrible in the US, Pannonica in Europe/Japan, and Mistletone in Australia/New Zealand

Discography

Studio albums

  • Does You Inspire You – Kanine Records – September 11, 2008
  • Something – Columbia Records/Young Turks – January 24, 2012 UK No 131, US No 184, Australia No 45
  • Moth – Columbia Records – January 2016

EPs

  • Daylight Savings EP – self-released, June 2007
  • Chairlift at 6:15 – Young Turks, October 2012

Singles

List of singles as lead artist, with selected chart positions and certifications, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart positions Album
UK
AUS
CAN
GER
US Bub
"Evident Utensil" 2007 Does You Inspire You
"Bruises" 2008 50 72 80 63 1
"Amanaemonesia" 2011 Something
"Met Before" 2012
"I Belong in Your Arms"
"I Belong in Your Arms"
Japanese version
"Ch-Ching" 2015 Moth
"Romeo"
"Crying in Public" 2016
"Ch-Ching Redux"
featuring DRAM and Jimi Tents
"Get Real" non-album single
^ "Chairlift Elevates Music on Something" Pop Matters June 4, 2012 
  • ^ Suzanne Baran September 16, 2008 "Chairlift Gets A Boost From iPod Nano Ad" Yahoo! News Retrieved September 8, 2011 
  • ^ "2009 MTV Video Music Awards: Breakthrough Video" MTV Retrieved August 8, 2009 
  • ^ "Chairlift Sign to Columbia, Re-Release Album With Bonus Tracks" Exclaim! March 2, 2009 
  • ^ "Tour HIstory 2007–2014" bandsintown 
  • ^ "Rewards" Glasslands September 11, 2013 
  • ^ a b c Alex Hudson October 13, 2011 "Chairlift announce sophomore album" Exclaim! Retrieved October 27, 2015 
  • ^ corbin September 7, 2011 "Chairlift – "Amanaemonesia" Video" Stereogum Retrieved September 8, 2011 
  • ^ Perpetua, Matthew December 6, 2012 "23 Best Music Videos of 2012" BuzzFeed Retrieved September 8, 2011 
  • ^ Laura Studarus October 13, 2011 "Chairlift Announce New Album, "Something"" Under the Radar Retrieved November 3, 2011 
  • ^ Evan Minsker August 30, 2012 "Watch the Video for the Japanese Version of Chairlift's "I Belong In Your Arms"" Pitchfork Media 
  • ^ "Ramona Lisa" Pitchfork Media Retrieved March 6, 2014 
  • ^ "About A Girl: Caroline Polachek" Urban Outfitters Retrieved October 12, 2014 
  • ^ Noah Yoo December 16, 2016 "Chairlift Break Up" Pitchfork Media Retrieved 2016-12-17 
  • ^ "Das Racist Relax Details" Stereogum Retrieved September 8, 2011 
  • ^ "How Chairlift's Caroline Polachek Landed a Track on 'Beyonce'" Rolling Stone Retrieved October 31, 2015 
  • ^ "Chairlift's Caroline Polachek announces solo LP Arcadia as Ramona Lisa, Shares "Arcadia" Video" Pitchfork Media Retrieved February 18, 2014 
  • ^ Beth Kellmurray October 16, 2015 "Chairlift Announce New Album, 'Moth,' Share Vibrant 'Ch-Ching' Video" Diffuser Retrieved October 17, 2015 
  • ^ "Chairlift – Chart history" 
  • ^ Bruises: http://pandoranlagovau/pan/23790/20081120-0000/issue973pdf
  • ^ "Chairlift – Chart history — Billboard Canadian Hot 100" 
  • ^ Bruises: https://wwwoffiziellechartsde/titel-details-511364
  • ^ "Billboard search" 
  • External links

    • Official website
    • Video: Exclusive live video on Punkrockvidscom
    • New band of the day: Chairlift in guardiancouk
    • Video: Evident Utensil
    • June 2009 Interview with LA Record
    • Interview with Aaron for Stereo Subversion July 2009
    • Artist profile on Kanine Records site


    Chairlift (band) Information about


    Chairlift (band)
    Chairlift (band)
    Chairlift (band) viewing the topic.
    Chairlift (band) what, Chairlift (band) who, Chairlift (band) explanation

    There are excerpts from wikipedia on this article and video

    Random Posts

    Lennart Meri

    Lennart Meri

    Lennart Georg Meri Estonian pronunciation: [ˈlenˑɑrt ˈgeorg ˈmeri]; 29 March 1929 – 14 March 20...
    An Echo in the Bone

    An Echo in the Bone

    An Echo in the Bone is the seventh book in the Outlander series of novels by Diana Gabaldon Centered...
    Joinup collaboration platform

    Joinup collaboration platform

    Joinup is a collaboration platform created by the European Commission It is funded by the European U...
    Ariadne (psychedelic)

    Ariadne (psychedelic)

    Ariadne, 4C-D, α-Et-2C-D, BL-3912 or Dimoxamine is a lesser-known psychedelic drug It is a homologue...