Mahogany Andrew Prinz Jaclyn Slimm

“Mahogany are a brave exception.”


Mahogany incorporates elements of postpunk, shoegaze, disco + classical into futuristic, architectural, symphonic dreampop. The band, consisting of co-collaborators Andrew Prinz and Jaclyn Slimm, combines vocals, dual 12-string guitars, massive bass, melodica, sequencers, synthesizers and samplers along with video projections for a cumulative effect that the band refers to as the "Hypercube."

Mahogany have released two critically acclaimed full-length albums, The Dream of the Modern Day, and Connectivity!, as well as numerous singles, EPs and compilation tracks collected on Memory Column: Early Works and Rarities 1996-2004. They have performed live with Vampire Weekend, Spoon, Chairlift, Clinic, Bloc Party, Serena Maneesh, Interpol, Luna, Broadcast, and others, in addition to being featured in international publications such as The New York Times, NME, Guardian, Pitchfork, ZOO Magazine, NYLON Japan, MOJO, Time Out, ArtRocker, Chicago Sun-Times and more.