Autograf releases housey EP

March 8, 2016
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Chicago natives Autograf release a 5-song EP accompanied by Warhol-esque tangible art

Live electronic trio Autograf releases its debut EP Future Soup, out now. A five-song showcase, Future Soup touches upon various influences, featuring essences of melodic house, soul, and bass. From the bright and vibrant title-track “Future Soup,” featuring vocalist Patrick Baker, to the dark and atmospheric “Horizons,” the emotive “Slow Burn” and beyond, Autograf’s debut EP provides a multi-faceted look into the trio’s production prowess. 

Chicago-natives Autograf have amassed millions of plays online, in addition to over 20 #1 hits on HypeMachine since their inception. Pulling influence from various art and culture pioneers including Banksy and Andy Warhol, group members Mikul Wing, Louis Kha and Jake Carpenter look to create unique and tangible art to accompany each release. 

Known for its use of unique instrumentation in its performances, the group recently revealed its brand new live step on Metaphysical North American Tour, Autograf’s debut headlining tour across seventeen cities and saw sold-out performances in Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco and more.