Hip-hop / Funk
Electronic / Rock
Pop / Stage music
Not On Label (The Bynars Self-released) – none.
TuneCore (от лица компании "The Bynars"); ASCAP, TuneCore Publishing.
X vs. X looks at the extremes in life: love and hate; dreams and reality; happiness and sorrow; and the complexities within
from The Bynars' 2nd album X vs. X (out 2013). The Local Flavor (WXPL 9. ). 2 April 2013 ·. Our friends The Bynars released their new single today! It is free and amazing, so go download it now!! All I Wanna Do Is Have Some Fun Tonight, by The Bynars. The Bynars’ is a sparkly, spiky, adrenalized dash through a n Pit electro-pop dream that buzzes with Weezer-y guitars, old school new wave synth squiggles, and perky songs about weighty topics like asking your mom for money
Listen to music from The Bynars like How Does It Feel to Be in Love?, Asking Your Mom for Money & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from The Bynars. Whether you know The Bynars as the futuristic, synth-heavy band stationed in Boston or the half humanoid/half machine race from the intergalactic show, Star Trek, the cloned names are no coincidence.
New single from The Bynars' 2nd album, X vs. X (out September 17, 2013). from X vs. X, track released July 25, 2013 Produced by The Bynars. Recorded at Q Division Studios, Somerville, MA, Nov-Dec 2012 Engineered by Adam Taylor. Additional Recording at Bynaus, Jun 2012-Feb 2013 Engineered by The Bynars. Additional Drum & Synth Programming by Abe Seiferth at Spacebar Studios, Brooklyn, NY. Mixed by Adam Taylor at Zippah Recording, Boston, MA, Feb-Mar 2013. Mastered by Jeff Lipton at Peerless Mastering, Boston, MA, Mar 2013 Assistant Mastering Engineer Maria Rice. Written by Matt Jatkola (c) + (p) 2013, 2 Step Iz Ded (ASCAP)
The Bynars were a race of humanoids native to the planet Bynaus in the Beta Magellan system. The Bynars were shorter in height than most humanoids and were genderless. They had lilac skin and enlarged skulls. Each Bynar had a patch of dark purple hair on both sides of their neck and asymmetrical ears. Their most definitive characteristic was that they were interconnected with a master computer on Bynaus.
On their second full-length release, The Bynars return with a fuzzier, more synth-driven take on their brand of dance rock. Rich electronic layering takes the place of their 2011 self-titled’s fusion of pop rock and modern, spacey production, creating something that is fun and mindless, but also highly detailed in construction. There is a distinct ‘70s-‘80s electro party vibe present on the album; Blow makes a strong nod to the hits of Duran Duran, as well as Bowie’s Fame. There are instances where X Vs. X sounds more like a mash-up album than a studio recording, like on Tired Of Hooking Up With You, which is built on a hip-hop beat rather than dancey drums. Featuring a verse by rapper ATM, its attempt at bridging the gap between two genres is genuine in intent, but it feels awkward in execution, as the rest of the song fails to make any sort of nod to the hip-hop influence which was hinted at the start.
On September 17, The Bynars portray an adventurous side with their daringly futuristic, synth-heavy pop album, X vs. X. The duo of Matt Jatkola and Mike Champ combined efforts with Grammy award-winning engineer Adam Taylor (Portugal.
|1||Dancing On A Dream|
|2||Tired Of Hooking Up With You|
|3||All I Wanna Do Is Have Some Fun Tonight|
|4||I'll Get You Back|
|5||Everyone Is Here|
|6||Never Gonna Die|
|8||Give It To Me|
Folk and Country
Jazz / Pop
Rock / Blues
Jazz / Pop