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The French Horn Rebellion's 2011 album The Infinite Music of the French Horn Rebellion is an electro-pop follow-up to the band's 2007 self-titled independent release. Once again featuring the talents of brothers David and Robert Perlick-Molinari, the French Horn Rebellion move from '80s-influenced synth pop numbers to more atmospheric and experimental cuts here. To these ends, listeners get such immediately catchy tracks as "The Body Electric," "Up All Night," and "This Moment." Elsewhere, the French Horn Rebellion keep things light with the yearning midtempo handclapper "Broken Heart" and the slow-burn '60s baroque pop-influenced ballad "Last Summer." Ultimately, The Infinite Music of the French Horn Rebellion is a sweetly romantic, somewhat campy, always engaging album.

Biography

Formed: Milwaukee, WI

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Brooklyn-based electro-rock duo French Horn Rebellion feature the talents of brothers David and Robert Perlick-Molinari. With a name inspired by the combination of David's skills as a computer sound engineer and Robert having once been the first chair French horn player in the Northwestern University Symphony Orchestra, French Horn Rebellion make '80s-influenced electronic pop with an often wry, campy sense of humor. Born and raised in Milwaukee, David and Robert eventually relocated to Brooklyn...
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