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AUDIO: Kisses’ “Huddle”

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Personally, I think it would be cool of these two traded musical roles and called themselves Hisses, who just released a song called “Cuddle”. Until then, I give their true moniker, Kisses. They have a new song to share with everyone called “Huddle”, which is contained on their forthcoming Cascine (US)/Splendour (UK) album due out on May 14th called Kids in LA.

These “kids” will be doing the touring rounds very soon to share their new album in a live setting, so check and see if they will be near you:

March 30… Santa Monica, CA (Santa Monica Pier) #
April 5… Los Angeles, CA (Natural History Museum) (DJ set) @
May 10… Seattle, WA (Barboza) *
May 11… Vancouver, BC (Electric Owl) *
May 12… Portland, OR (Holocene) *
May 13… Sacramento, CA (Midtown Barfly)
May 14… San Francisco, CA (Rickshaw Stop) **
May 16… San Diego, CA (The Griffin)
May 18… Tucson, AZ (Playground Tucson)
May 19… Phoenix, AZ (Crescent Ballroom)
June 13… Brooklyn, NY (Northside Festival (Cascine Showcase))

# = w/ Poolside, YACHT
@ = w/ Dan Deacon
* = w/ Trails and Ways
** = w/ Astronauts Etc, Sister Crayon

RECORD CRACK: Dan Deacon to release 7″ for Record Store Day

He may be holding up a hand gesture of five, but this article represents the number seven. That five is a means of him saying hello so say hello, once more, to Dan Deacon.

He has been performing a song called “Konono Ripoff No. 1″ during performances, and now he’s bringing it to wax in a 45 he will be releasing next month for Record Store Day. 500 copies, each one hand-numbered, are being made and sold, and what makes this record interesting is that it contains two versions of the song, each one with two sets of a “dual drummer” set-up. Kevin O’Meara and Jeremy Hyman will be on the A-side, while Denny Bowen and Dave Jacober will be on the flip.

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If the image for the picture sleeve is familiar to some of you, it is a photo taken by Molton Brouff of Whiteside Mountain near Highlands, North Carolina. Brouff’s photo was the winning selection in Deacon’s America Instagram contest, you may also glance at some of the other images submitted for the contest by clicking here.

On top of record news, Deacon has some shows set-up for the next few weeks and early summer dates, so head outside and check him out as he opens up for Animal Collective throughout March:

March 7… Boston, MA (House of Blues Boston) *
March 8… Montreal, QC (Metropolis) *
March 9… Toronto, ON (Danforth Music Hall)
March 11… Cleveland, OH (House of Blues Cleveland) *
March 12… Covington, KY (The Madison Theater) *
March 13… Nashville, TN (Marathon Music Works) *
March 15… Royal Oak, MI (Royal Oak Music Hall) *
March 16… Chicago, IL (Riviera Theatre) *
March 17… Madison, WI (Orpheum Theatre Madison) *
March 18… Minneapolis, WI (First Avenue) *
March 20… St. Louis, MO (The Pageant) *
March 21… Kansas City, MO (Midland Theatre) *
March 22… Denver, CO (Ogden Theatre) *
March 23… Salt Lake City, UT (The Depot) *
March 24… Boise, ID (Treefort Music Festival)
April 5… Los Angeles, CA (Natural History Museum of Los Angeles)
April 12… Philadelphia, PA (The Kimmel Center (Perelman Theater)
April 20… North Adams, MA (MASS MoCA)
April 27… New York, NY (The Metropolitan Museum of Art)
June 21… Dover, DE (Firefly Music Festival)
July 12… Mariaville, KY (CAMP Bisco Music Festival)

* = w/ Animal Collective

SOME STUFFS: Stream Dan Deacon’s new album in its entirety at NPR

Remember Dan Deacon? If you’ve visited this site anytime this year, his name or face should be familiar so… say hello to Mr. Deacon once again.

Deacon will release his America album next week Tuesday, but you can listen to it a week before it hits virtual and brick & mortar stores by clicking over to NPR.org.

Also next is more shows that he’ll do to wrap up the summer, before starting up again in October. The tour will take him all around North America where he’ll mix up shows with a band and solo sets. Check the dates below for details:

August 29 Cleveland, OH – Beachland Ballroom &
3August 30 Columbus, OH – The Bluestone &
August 31 Indianapolis, IN – Earth House &
September 1 Chicago, IL – North Coast Music Festival *
September 2 Saint Louis, MO – Firebird &
September 3 Louisville, KY – Kentucky Museum of Arts and Crafts &
September 4 Nashville, TN – Exit In &
September 5 Huntsville, AL – Flying Monkey &
September 6 Knoxville, TN – Pilot Light &
September 7 Raleigh, NC – Hopscotch Music Festival *
September 8 Charlottesville, VA – Jefferson Theater &
October 3 Richmond, VA – Gallery 5 &
October 4 Greensboro, NC – The Blind Tiger &
October 5 Asheville, NC – Orange Peel &
October 6 Atlanta, GA – Terminal West &
October 8 Birmingham, AL – Bottletree &
October 9 New Orleans, LA – Le Maison &
October 10 Houston, TX – Fitzgerald’s &
October 11 Austin, TX – Beauty Ballroom &
October 12 Dallas, TX – Club Dada &
October 13 Norman, OK – Opolis &
October 16 Sante Fe, NM – Sol Sante Fe &
October 18 Phoenix, AZ – The Crescent Ballroom &
October 19 San Diego, CA – Irenic &
October 20 Los Angeles, CA – El Rey Theatre &
October 22 Santa Cruz, CA – The Catalyst Club &
October 23 San Francisco, CA – Great American Music Hall &
October 25 Portland, OR – Hawthorne Theater &
October 26 Vancouver, BC – Biltmore Cabaret &
October 27 Seattle,WA – Neptune &
October 29 Salt Lake City, UT – Kilby Court &
October 31 Denver,CO – Bluebird Theater &
November 2 Lawrence, KS – The Granada Theatre &
November 3 Minneapolis, MN – The Cedar &
November 5 Madison, WI – Majestic Theatre &
November 8 Detroit, MI – Magic Stick &
November 9 Toronto, ON – Lee’s Palace &
November 10 Montreal, QC – SAT &
November 11 South Burlington, VA – Higher Ground &
November 12 Portland, ME – SPACE Gallery &
November 13 Boston, MA – Paradise Rock Club &
November 14 Brooklyn, NY – Music Hall of Williamsburg &
November 15 Philadelphia, PA – Union Transfer &
November 16 New York, NY – Bowery Ballroom &
November 17 Washington, DC – 9:30 Club &
December 6 Tallahassee, FL – Club Downunder
December 9 Jacksonville, FL – Underbelly
December 10 Savannah, GA – Safe // Sound
December 11 Athens, GA – 40 Watt Club
December 13 Pensacola, FL – Handlebar
December 14 Gainesville, FL – Double Down Live
December 15 Tampa, FL – Crowbar

& = Dan Deacon Ensemble w/ Height With Friends, Chester Endersby Gwazda, Alan Resnick
* = solo set

VIDEO: Dan Deacon’s “True Thrush”

Say hello to Dan Deacon again.


Deacon has had a video made for “True Thrush”, a song from his forthcoming album America that’s due out at the end of August. What I like about this is that the song is produced in a manner that sounds technical and complex, but the video is a bit more human driven than one that involves computers doing things with loops and sound. See what I mean.

SOME STUFFS: Dan Deacon shares songs from forthcoming album

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Dan Deacon.

If you saw him approaching you like this, would you give him a high five? After reading this, you may give him ten. As Deacon prepares to release his America album next month, he’s sharing a few tracks from it for you to get deep in. “True Thrush” is the single from the album, with artwork that shows a “double shaka”.
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You may stream it here.

Want another? A free track is yours for the taking.

More? Well, no more tracks for now, but if you like what you hear and want to show him some live support, you will be able to at the following cities:
July 12… New York, NY – Pier 84 (River Rocks) ^$
July 14… Cincinatti, OH – Bunbury Music Festival ^
July 21… Antigonish, NS – Evolve Festival *
July 04… Malaga, ES – Canela Party *
August 16… Missoula, MT – The Badlander [Total Fest] *
August 29… Cleveland, OH – Beachland Ballroom &
August 30… Columbus, OH – Outland Live &
August 31… Indianapolis, IN – Earth House &
September 1… Chicago, IL- North Coast Music Festival *
September 2… St. Louis, MO – Firebird &
September 3… Louisville, KY – Kentucky Museum of Arts and Crafts &
September 4… Nashville, TN – Exit In &
September 5… Huntsville, AL – Flying Monkey &
September 6… Knoxville, TN – Pilot Light &
September 7… Raleigh, NC – Hopscotch Music Festival *
September 8… Charlottesville, VA – Jefferson Theater &
September 19… Prague, CZ – Meet Factory ^
September 20… Berlin, DE – Festsall Kreuzberg ^
September 21… Hamburg, DE – Reepers ^
September 22… Eindehoven, NL – Area 51 ^
September 23… Amsterdam, NL – Bitterzoet ^
September 24… Brussels, BE – Botanique ^
September 25… Paris, FR – Le Trebando ^
September 26… London, UK – Scala ^
September 28… Manchester, UK – Islington Mill ^
September 29… Brighton, UK – The Haunt ^
October 3… Richmond, VA – Gallery 5 &
October 4… Greensboro, NC – The Blind Tiger &
October 5… Asheville, NC – Orange Peel &
October 6… Atlanta, GA – Terminal West &
October 8… Birmingham, AL – Bottletree &
October 9… New Orleans, LA – Le Maison &
October 10… Houston, TX – Fitzgerald’s &
October 11… Austin, TX – Beauty Ballroom &
October 12… Dallas, TX – Club Dada &
October 13… Norman, OK – Opolis &
October 16… Sante Fe, NM – Sol Sante Fe &
October 18… Phoenix, AZ – The Crescent Ballroom &
October 19… San Diego, CA – Irenic &
October 20… Los Angeles, CA – El Rey Theatre &
October 22… Santa Cruz, CA – The Catalyst Club &
October 23… San Francisco, CA – Great American Music Hall &
October 25… Portland, OR – Hawthorne Theater &
October 26… Vancouver, BC – Biltmore Cabaret &
October 27… Seattle,WA – Neptune &
October 29… Salt Lake City, UT – Kilby Court &
October 31… Denver,CO – Bluebird Theater &
November 2… Lawrence, KS – The Granada Theatre &
November 3… Minneapolis, MN – The Cedar &
November 5… Madison, WI – Majestic Theatre &
November 8… Detroit, MI – Magic Stick &
November 9… Toronto, ON – Lee’s Palace &
November 10… Montreal, QC – SAT &
November 11… South Burlington, VT – Higher Ground &
November 12… Portland, ME – SPACE Gallery &
November 13… Boston, MA – Paradise Rock Club &
November 15… Philadelphia, PA – Union Transfer &
November 17… Washington, DC – 9:30 Club &

& = Dan Deacon Ensemble w/ Height With Friends, Chester Endersby Gwazda, Alan Resnick
^ = w/ 2 drummers
* = solo set
$ = w/ John Maus

SOME STUFFS: Two big shows for Dan Deacon this week

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Dan Deacon will be doing a show tonight in NYC at The Kawfman Center’s Merkin Concert Hall (which will be broadcast live via NPR.com, click here for info), and then next week he’ll be in Carnegie Hall’s Zankel Hall. Deacon: a master of the concert hall? Maybe it’s not so far fetched as you might think or assume. Then again, if you’re wondering why and aren’t assuming a thing, good. He will be releasing an album later this year, so have a listen to him and see where his music takes you.

March 20… New York, NY (The Kaufman Center’s Merkin Concert Hall)
March 26… New York, NY (Carnegie Hall’s Zankel Hall)

SOME STUFFS: Dan Deacon signs with Domino Records

Dan Deacon has been signed to Domino Records, and he was nice enough to wear a cool looking sweater for the occasion. Here’s that sweater.
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This singer/songwriter has been keeping busy not only with his own music, but collaborating in a number of ways, and recently scored the Francis Ford Coppola film, Twixt, so this sweater is a sign of success. As you will see, this level of collaboration will take him through the U.S. and abroad, see where he’ll be next:

30-Nov OAKLAND, CA New Parish *
1-Dec LOS ANGELES, CA Echoplex *
2-Dec VANCOUVER, BC Rickshaw *
3-Dec PORTLAND, OR Branx *
4-Dec SEATTLE, WA Neptune *
16-Dec BALTIMORE, MD Ottobar #
30-Dec MARION BAY, AUS Falls Festival #
31-Dec LORNE, AUS Falls Festival #
6-Jan ADELAIDE, AUS Space Theater #
8-Jan BUSSELTON, AUS Southbound Festival #
12-Jan BRISBANE, AUS Woodland #
13-Jan MELBOURNE, AUS Mistleton Fright Night #
21-Jan HONG KONG XXX Gallery *
23-Jan TOKYO, JAPAN Dommune *
24-Jan OSAKA, JAPAN Sansui *
25-Jan TOKYO, JAPAN Shibuya O-Nest *
27-Jan BUSAN, SOUTH KOREA Interplay *
28-Jan SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA Rolling Hall *
3-Feb AUCKLAND, NZ Whammy #
4-Feb WELLINGTON, NZ San Fran Bath House #
5-Feb NELSON, NZ Playhouse Cafe #
6-Feb CHRISTCHURCH, NZ Dux Live #
7-Feb DUNEDIN, NZ Chicks Hotel #

* = solo set
# = Dan Deacon Ensemble set

A new album is planned for the new year, so stay tuned.