M83 founder and frontman Anthony Gonzalez is obsessed with the 1980s. Over the course of 15 years and four albums — including his last and most commercially successful release, 2011’s Hurry Up, We’re Dreaming — Gonzalez has indulged his love of the decade by building his gauzy music on keyboard sounds that run the gamut from spare to overwhelming, almost always accented with softly sung, romantically rendered vocals from a variety of singers, himself included. Gonzalez’s dreamy aesthetic is awash in childhood nostalgia, a never-ending quest to recreate a time period he imagines as innocent and idealized. Read more about M83 in this week's Sound Advice.
M83 kicks the nostalgia to full-tilt at Bogart's Tuesday with Bob Moses. More info/tickets: bogarts.com .