Del Tha Funkee Homosapien Press Releases Tour Dates

Deltron 3030 Announces Fall Tour Dates

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Deltron 3030 is excited to announce a fall tour in support of their upcoming album Deltron 3030: Event II, out October 1st via Bulk Recordings. The tour will feature a sixteen-piece orchestra — dubbed the 3030 Orchestra — on select dates, noted below, in addition to the three-piece touring band. Following performances at both the Los Angeles and San Francisco Rock The Bells, the tour will begin on October 8th in Boston at Paradise and end on October 25th at Mountain Oasis Festival in Asheville, with more dates to be announced soon. Full tour dates are below.

Deltron 3030: Event II, due October 1st, 2013, is Deltron 3030’s long-awaited successor to their self-titled cult-classic debut. Deltron 3030 — composed of a trinity of alt-rap all-stars: rapper Del The Funky Homosapien, producer Dan “The Automator” Nakamura and DJ Kid Koala — are celebrating the announcement with the debut of the album trailer, set to the first track on the record “Stardate.” The clip, which features Joseph Gordon-Levitt, is available for posting HERE.

Recently, the group released their City Rising From the Ashes EP, which is available for posting in its entirety HERE, features three tracks off the upcoming full-length Deltron 3030: Event II. The EP is available on limited edition CD, including a $2 coupon off the full-length, and via digital retailers, which counts towards iTunes Complete My Album.

Individually, the collaborators of Deltron 3030 stand at the top of their respective musical disciplines; together as Deltron 3030, they warped space, bent time, transcended genre and blew minds with Deltron 3030, an album that still stands today as one of the most important records in the annals of underground hip-hop.

Del The Funky Homosapien, founder of Oakland’s seminal Hieroglyphics crew, launched his career as part of his cousin Ice Cube’s posse, da Lench Mob, and gained recognition as a top-tier hiphop verbalist with his 1991 debut, I Wish My Brother George Was Here, featuring the memorable tracks “Mistadobalina” and “Dr. Bombay.” He would release three more albums -1993’s No Need for Alarm, 1998’s Future Development and 2000’s Both Sides of the Brain – before joining with Nakamura and Koala for Deltron 3030.

Dan “The Automator” Nakamura, the architect of the sonic landscape within which Del and Koala work their magic, first captivated the hiphop underground with Dr. Octagonacologyst, his collaboration with Ultramagnetic MC’s Kool Keith. He went on to produce Cornershop’s breakout album, When I Was Born for the 7th Time, and to team up with fellow superproducer Prince Paul under the name Handsome Boy Modeling School, before forming Deltron 3030 with Del and Koala.

Kid Koala, a native of Vancouver whose turntablism mixtape Scratchcratchratchatch, recorded on cassette while a university student, brought him to the attention of superstar British DJs Matt Black and Jonathan More, better known as Coldcut; the duo signed him as the first North American artist on their new label Ninja Tune, launched as a haven for the world’s most exceptional DJ and EDM talent. A year into his signing, Koala met Nakamura at the New York show of his first U.S. tour; the two hit it off immediately, and – beginning with Deltron – Koala became one of The Automator’s most frequent collaborators.

Deltron 3030 Tour Dates:
9/8 – Rock the Bells – Los Angeles, CA #
9/15 – Rock the Bells – San Francisco, CA #
10/8 – Paradise – Boston, MA
10/9 – Brooklyn Bowl – Brooklyn, NY #
10/10 – Howard Theater – Washington DC
10/11 – Jefferson Theater – Charlottesville, VA
10/13 – Theatre of the Living Arts – Philadelphia, PA #
10/14 – Highline Ballroom – New York, NY #
10/16 – Phoenix Concert Hall – Toronto, ON
10/18 – The Vogue – Indianapolis, IN
10/19 – House of Blues – Chicago, IL #
10/20 – First Avenue – Minneapolis, MN
10/23 – Masquerade – Atlanta, GA
10/25 – Mountain Oasis Festival – Asheville, NC #
11/10 – Fun Fun Fun Fest – Austin, TX #
11/15 – Boom Fest – Denver, CO #
# – ft. sixteen-piece orchestra

Deltron 3030: Event II

Deltron 3030: Event II tracklist:
1. Stardate (ft. Joseph Gordon-Levitt)
2. The Return
3. Pay the Price
4. Nobody Can (ft. Aaron Bruno of AWOL Nation)
5. Lawnchair Quarterback Pt. 1 (ft. David Cross and Amber Tamblyn)
6. Melding of the Minds (ft. Zach De La Rocha)
7. The Agony (ft. Mary Elizabeth Winstead)
8. Back in the Day (ft. The Lonely Island)
9. Talent Supersedes (ft. Black Rob)
10. Look Across the Sky (ft. Mary Elizabeth Winstead)
11. The Future of Food (ft. David Chang)
12. My Only Love (ft. Emily Wells)
13. What Is This Loneliness (ft. Damon Albarn and Casual)
14. Lawnchair Quarterback Pt. 2 (ft. David Cross and Amber Tamblyn)
15. City Rising From the Ashes (background vocals by Mike Patton)
16. Do You Remember (ft. Jamie Cullum)

City Rising from the Ashes

City Rising From the Ashes EP tracklist:
1. City Rising From the Ashes (background vocals by Mike Patton)
2. The Agony (ft. Mary Elizabeth Winstead)
3. Pay the Price

Tour Dates

Frank Ocean’s new tour dates

Frank Ocean is proud to announce International tour dates in support of his Grammy-winning debut album Channel Orange.

Frank Ocean's new tour dates


06/27/13 @ Tap 1 – Copenhagen, Denmark

06/28/13 @ Bravalla Festival – Norrkoping, Sweden

07/02/13 @ Heineken Music Hall – Amsterdam, The Netherlands

07/03/13 @ Le Zenith – Paris, France

07/04/13 @ Hovefestival – Arendal, Norway

07/06/13 @ Rock Werchter – Rotselaar, Belgium

07/09/13 @ Brixton O2 Academy – London, United Kingdom

07/10/13 @ Brixton O2 Academy – London, United Kingdom

07/12/13 @ Wireless Festival, Olympic Park London – London, United Kingdom

07/13/13 @ Phoenix Park – Dublin, Ireland

07/14/13 @ T in the Park – Kinross, United Kingdom

07/16/13 @ Laugardalshollin – Reykjavik, Iceland

07/28/13 @ Splendour in the Grass Festival – Byron Bay, Australia

08/03/13 @ Osheaga Music and Arts Festival – Montreal, QC

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Dessa announces Parts Of Speech tour

On June 22nd, Minneapolis lyricist Dessa—“one of the most diverse and talented artists in indie rap” (URB)—will kick off her 20-city ‘Parts of Speech Tour’ in support of her new album of the same name with two sold out shows in her hometown. The tour will take her out to the West Coast including a stop at LA’s Troubadour and wraps up with a play at the Frank Gehry designed Pritzker Pavilion in Chicago’s Millenium Park for the City of Chicago’s “Downtown Sounds” series. A “beautiful writer” whose lyrics are “moving and provocative”, Dessa’s Parts of Speech (out 6/25) is her “most personal, introspective work to date” (Bullet).

As Doomtree collective’s only female emcee, Dessa has established herself as a highly literate and imaginative lyricist, earning praise from NPR, Rolling Stone, Billboard, MTV, and many more with her previous LP. Now, on ‘Parts of Speech,’ the Twin Cities native strikes a compelling balance between the electronic and organic, combining innovative hip-hop beats with multi-layered instrumentation and laying the groundwork for her uniquely expressive rap-sing and whip-smart songwriting. As for Dessa’s live shows, New York’s Village Voice says “Dessa’s fluid, dynamic presence beautifully blends rap and poetry, and does the difficult job of humanizing the explosive beats.”

Watch the lyric video for “dark, hard-stomping” (Billboard) single “Warsaw” from Parts of Speech

Dessa Tour Dates:
6/22 – St. Paul, MN – Fitzgerald Theater (SOLD OUT)
6/29 – Minneapolis, MN – First Avenue (SOLD OUT)
7/08 – Omaha, NE – The Waiting Room
7/09 – Colorado Springs, CO – Black Sheep
7/11 – Phoenix, AZ – Cresent Ballroom
7/12 – San Diego, CA – The Casbah
7/13 – West Hollywood, CA – The Trobadour
7/15 – Costa Mesa, CA – Detroit Bar
7/16 – San Francisco, CA – Cafe Du Nord
7/17 – Santa Cruz, CA – Catalyst Atrium
7/19 – Bellingham, WA – The Shakedown
7/20 – Seattle, WA – The Crocodile
7/21 – Portland, OR – Mississippi Studios
7/22 – Boise, ID – Nuerolux
7/23 – Salt Lake City, UT – Urban Lounge
7/25 – Fort Collins, CO – Aggie Theatre
7/26 – Denver, CO – Bluebird Theater
7/27 – Kansas City, MO – The Record Bar
7/29 – Chicago, IL – Millenium Park, Jay Pritzker Pavilion
7/30 – St. Louis, MO – Firebird

Dessa announces Parts Of Speech tour

Tour Dates

Crystal Castles Premiere New Video For ‘Affection’, Announce More Tour Dates

Photocredit: Matt Salacuse/NME/IPC


Today Crystal Castles revealed their official video for their new single ‘Affection’,

The video for the single is an abstract tour documentary filmed after shows in Buenos Aires, Argentina (Apr 4 2013) and Bogotá, Colombia (Apr 7 2013). Alice was filmed by Ethan, Crystal Castles filmed by Chris Chartrand (the bands live drummer), and Ashley McMinn was filmed by Marc Pannozzo (long time Crystal Castles video collaborator). The footage was then stitched together in London by Stephen Agnew (Editor & Video Glitch Artist), creating the perfect visuals to accompany the gorgeously melodic and haunting single.

‘Affection’ is set for it’s official release on May 28 in the U.S and will feature bonus material, soon to be announced.

Crystal Castles are currently on the road for their headlining tour accross North America and will be winding up at The Governor’s Ball and Lollapalooza Festivals this summer. More dates for the Depeche Mode tour this fall have been added (see below).

Their current album titled (III) is available on iTunes, Amazon, Spotify and in all good record stores across the U.S. (Casablanca/Fiction/Republic).

04/26 – Hollywood Palladium – Los Angeles, CA
04/27 – Fox Theater – San Francisco, CA
04/29 – Roseland Ballroom – Portland, OR
04/30 – Moore Theater – Seattle, WA
05/02 – Gothic Theater – Denver, CO
05/03 – Liberty Hall –Lawrence, KS
05/05 – First Avenue, Minneapolis, MN
05/06 – Turner Hall – Milwaukee, WI
05/07 – House of Blues – Cleveland, OH
05/09 – Mr. Smalls – Pittsburgh, PA
05/10 – NorVa – Norfolk, VA
05/11 – Ram’s Head – Baltimore, MD
05/13 – House of Blues – Boston, MA
06/07 – Governors Ball Music Festival – New York, NY
08/02,3,4 – Lollapallooza Festival – Chicago, IL
09/18 – CWM Pavilion – Houston, TX*?
09/20 – Gexa Energy Pavilion – Dallas, TX*?
09/22 – Sleep Train Amphitheater – San Diego, CA*
09/24 – Santa Barbara County Bowl – Santa Barbara, CA*
09/26 – Shoreline Amphitheater – Mountain View, CA*
09/28 – Staples Center – Los Angeles, CA*?
09/29 – Staples Center – Los Angeles, CA*?
10/02 – Staples/Honda – Los Angeles, CA*?
10/08 – Desert Sky Pavilion – Phoenix, AZ*
* with Depeche Mode

Tour Dates

Crystal Castles Confirm Depeche Mode Tour Dates, Summer Festivals

Almost 6 months since their last stint on the road in the U.S, Crystal Castles are making a welcomed return this summer with a 21-date headlining tour in continued support of their latest album (III) (Republic/Fiction/Casablanca).

The third official single from their critically acclaimed and most commercially successful full-length will be the slow-groove, big beat and beautiful track ‘Affection’.

In other news Crystal Castles are thrilled to confirm they will be joining Depeche Mode on the road this September, and have confirmed dates at The Governor’s Ball in NYC, Lollapallooza in Chicago and Glastonbury Festival in the UK this summer.

(III) is available on iTunes, Amazon, Spotify and in all good record stores across the U.S.

04/17 – Tabernacle – Atlanta, GA
04/19 – House of Blues – New Orleans, LA
04/20 – House of Blues – Houston, TX
04/21 – Austin Music Hall – Austin, TX
04/22 – House of Blues – Dallas, TX
04/24 – Marquee Theater – Phoenix, AZ
04/25 – Fox Theater – Pomona, CA
04/26 – Hollywood Palladium – Los Angeles, CA
04/27 – Fox Theater – San Francisco, CA
04/29 – Roseland Ballroom – Portland, OR
04/30 – Moore Theater – Seattle, WA
05/02 – Gothic Theater – Denver, CO
05/03 – Liberty Hall –Lawrence, KS
05/05 – First Avenue, Minneapolis, MN
05/06 – Turner Hall – Milwaukee, WI
05/07 – House of Blues – Cleveland, OH
05/09 – Mr. Smalls – Pittsburgh, PA
05/10 – NorVa – Norfolk, VA
05/11 – Ram’s Head – Baltimore, MD
05/13 – House of Blues – Boston, MA
06/07 – Governors Ball Music Festival – New York, NY
08/02,3,4 – Lollapallooza Festival – Chicago, IL
09/22 – Sleep Train Amphitheater – San Diego, CA*
09/24 – Santa Barbara County Bowl – Santa Barbara, CA*
09/26 – Shoreline Amphitheater – Mountain View, CA*
More date TBA * with Depeche Mode

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A-Trak announces spring world tour dates

Following the chart-topping success of last Fall’s Tuna Melt EP and last week’s Tuna Melt Remixes, A-Trak keeps it moving this week by unveiling tour dates across the globe.

In the US, the April Fools club tour keeps Trizzy close to his loyal base as he embarks to demolish sweaty venues across the continent. Forever bridging scenes and genres, our boy then heads to Europe for the A-Trak Vs The World tour: a series of eclectic back-to-back DJ sets with peers as varied as Mark Ronson, Just Blaze and Tiga.

An A-Trak live set is as exciting as watching a star athlete: he is one of the only DJs still incorporating elements of turntablism into his performances, but the showmanship is not at the sake of energy and brazen style. He’s been demonstrating this with the “Short Cuts” DJ routine video series, in which he deconstructs and rebuilds a track on his turntables; this time none other than his anthemic collaboration with Tommy Trash “Tuna Melt”. The spot debuts on POTATO, the electronic music network he curates alongside Skrillex and Diplo.



4/2 – Los Angeles, CA – Echoplex*

4/3 – Vancouver, BC – Celebrities*

4/4 – San Diego, CA – Voyeur*

4/5 – Los Angeles, CA – Red Bull Thre3Style

4/13 – Indio, CA – Coachella Party TBA

4/17 – Boston, MA – Prime

4/18 – Toronto, ON – Hoxton

4/19 – Providence, RI – Brown University

4/20 – New York, NY – Webster Hall^

* with GTA

^ with Oliver


4/24 – Munich, DE – 8 Seasons (vs. Jackmaster)

4/26 – Poznan, PL – Electronic Beats Festival (Solo)

4/27 – Bourges, FR – Printemps de Bourges (Solo)

4/30 – Paris, FR – 34 Marbeuf (vs. Mark Ronson)

5/02 – Amsterdam, NL – Paradiso (vs. Mark Ronson)

5/03 – London, UK – FabricLive (vs. Just Blaze)

5/04 – Zurich, CH – Kaufleuten (vs. Tiga)

5/05 – Belfast, UK – The Limelight (vs. Tiga)

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AarabMuzik announces Professional Use Only tour dates




AraabMUZIK is headed out for a string of dates in support of his latest mixtape For Professional Use Only out now as a free download via Starting April 10th in Brooklyn, NY and ending April 26th in San Francisco, CA AraabMUZIK will be showcasing his inconceivable MPC skills across the US. With the backing of hip-hop icon Duke Da God and his imprint Duke Da God Productions , an overwhelming response to his last mixtape and a follow up to Eletronic Dream Pt. 1 on the way, AraabMUZIK remains to be one of the hardest working DJ/Producers of the year. Check out his brand new track “Motion Picture” and newest live version of the “The Prince is Coming” video that premiere on Billboard today, brought to you by and L-R-G; a stripped down, mind boggling feature of AraabMUZIK on the MPC to help you gear up for the dates.

“He played them like drums, with force. He played them like a piano, with dignity. And then, as if giving out at the end of a long sprint, he stopped, stepping away from the machines as the room caught its breath…” – NY TIMES”

.. the guy is about moving bodies for an hour at a time, not just dropping jaws in one-minute stretches.” – PITCHFORK

“…with a typically frenetic set of aggressive EDM, his fingers a hazy motion-blur over his drum machine.” – FADER



4/10 Output – Brooklyn, NY

4/11 The Basement EAV – Atlanta, GA

4/12 The Parish – New Orleans, LA

4/13 Lizard Lounge – Dallas, TX

4/17 The Majestic Theatre – Madison, WI

4/18 The Mid – Chicago, IL

4/19 Fox Theatre – Boulder, CO

4/20 The Mullins Center – Los Angeles, CA

4/24 Voyeur – San Diego, CA

4/26 1015 Folsom – San Francisco, CA

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Danny Brown Old & Reckless tour dates

Critically acclaimed Fool’s Gold MC wraps new album and hits the road with Kitty for his first solo headlining tour.

Listen to new song “#HottestMC,” produced by Harry Fraud

Danny Brown is on fire: after announcing the “Worst Of Both Worlds” Tour with chart-topping DJ phenomenon Baauer (culminating with sure-to-be triumphant Coachella performances), the Detroit superstar leaked “#HottestMC,” a controversial response to MTV’s list of the same name that instantly garnered praise everywhere from Pitchfork (hailing it as “a devastating slice of messiah-rap meant for an age of false prophets”) to lyrical peers like Kendrick Lamar (who instantly tweeted, “Danny Brown killin this new track. Hard. Uncut tho.”)

Danny’s hot streak will continue to blaze all this spring on the “Old & Reckless” Tour, his first ever solo headlining trek following back-to-back sold-out US tours supporting A$AP Rocky and Childish Gambino. Fellow rap rule-breaker Kitty will open each date, and fans will be the first to hear new songs from Danny’s eagerly anticipated new Fool’s Gold Records full-length Old, featuring guest appearances from Schoolboy Q, Charli XCX, Rustie and more.

Danny Brown tour dates:

Fri 3/15 – Viceland – Austin, TX

Fri 3/15 – Mass Appeal @ Austin Music Hall – Austin, TX

Sat 3/16 – Fool’s Gold Showcase @ Beauty Ballroom – Austin, TX

Tue 4/9 – Fitzgeralds – Houston, TX*

Wed 4/10 – Tree’s – Dallas, TX*

Thu 4/11 – Emo’s East – Austin, TX*

Sat 4/13 – Coachella – Indio, CA*

Sun 4/14 – Congress – Tucson, AZ*

Mon 4/15 – Club Red – Tempe, AZ*

Wed 4/17 – Independent – San Francisco, CA*

Thu 4/18 – Casa De La Raza – Santa Barbara, CA*

Sat 4/20 – Coachella – Indio, CA*

Wed 4/24 – Blind Pig – Ann Arbor, MI**

Thu 4/25 – Bottom Lounge – Chicago, IL**

Fri 4/26 – Triple Rock – Minneapolis, MN**

Sat 4/27 – High Noon – Madison, WI**

Sun 4/28 – Gabe’s – Iowa City, IA**

Mon 4/29 – Old Rock House – St. Louis, MO**

Wed 5/1 – Masquerade – Atlanta, GA**

Thu 5/2 – Orange Peel – Asheville, NC**

Fri 5/3 – Greene Street – Greensboro, NC**

Sat 5/4 – Rock & Roll Hotel – Washington, DC**

Tue 5/7 – Irving Plaza – New York, NY**

Wed 5/8 – TLA – Philadelphia, PA**

Thu 5/9 – Middle East – Boston, MA**

Fri 5/10 – The Met – Providence, RI**

Sat 5/11 – Pearl Street – Northampton, MA**

Mon 5/13 – Grog Shop – Cleveland, OH**

Tue 5/14 – Deluxe – Indianapolis, IN**

Thu 5/16 – Tao – Las Vegas, NV

Thu 5/23 – Wow Hall – Eugene, OR

Fri 5/24 – Hawthorne – Portland, OR

Sun 5/26 – Sasquatch – George, WA

* with Baauer

** with Kitty

Press Releases Tour Dates

Doomtree updates: Tour Dates, Radio Show and mixtapes

Doomtree is keeping busy with tours, a radio show and mixtapes. Both Mike Mictlan and Dessa have upcoming tours. Mictlan’s is in support of his most recent release Snaxxx. He will be playing a couple headlining shows before hitting the road with B. Dolan and Toki Wright on the Strange Doom Sayers Tour. Dessa will be heading out this Saturday with her full band to perform songs off of her previous release Castor, The Twin as well as songs that will be on her upcoming release, due out this summer. Midway through she will hit up SXSW to perform at three showcases including her very own on 3/15 at Hangar Lounge. She was also recently added to NPR’s list of Artists to Discover at SXSW. Tour dates for both Mike and Dessa are below. P.O.S is set to play a few upcoming festival shows including Sashquash, Soundset and Westword Music. Mixed Blood Majority (the collaboration between Doomtree’s Lazerbeak, Crescent Moon (of Kill The Vultures) and Joe Horton (of No Bird Sing) will also be performing at this year’s Soundset.

P.O.S announced this week that he will be hosting a new radio show on The Current called “P.O.S is ruining The Current” (if you don’t get it“P.O.S Is Ruining My Life” is a track off of Audition released in 2006). The show will air Saturday nights at 11pm CST starting March 30th. The Current is available for streaming here.

Doomtree producer/DJ extraordinaire Paper Tiger is trying to get everyone to brushoff those winter blues with the return of the 20 Min Mix. Each Friday in March he will be releasing a 20 Min Mix to get everyone dancing and ready for Spring. The first one can be found here.

In case you missed any of the recent releases:
Doomtree – No Kings
Doomtree – Team the Best Team (DVD)
P.O.S – We Don’t Even Live Here
Paper Tiger – 20 Min Mix #12 (FREE!)
Mike Mictlan – Snaxxx
Mixed Blood Majority (Lazerbeak, Joe Horton, & Crescent Moon) – self titled

Upcoming Doomtree Crew Member Tour Dates:
03.08.13 – Minneapolis, MN – The Sound Gallery
03.16.13 – Ashland, WI – Alvord Theatre — Northland College

Tour: Strange Doom Sayers Tour
04.08.13 – Chicago, IL – Township
04.10.13 – Minneapolis, MN – Triple Rock Social Club
04.11.13 – Des Moines, IA – Vaudville Mews
04.12.13 – Fargo, ND – The Nestor Tavern
04.13.13 – Duluth, MN – The Rex

03.09.13 – Sioux Falls, SD – Icon Lounge
03.10.13 – Omaha, NE – The Waiting Room
03.11.13 – Saint Louis, MO – The Firebird
03.15.13 – Austin, TX – Holy Mountain
03.15.13 – Austin, TX – SXSW 2013 – Hangar Lounge
03.16.13 – Austin, TX – Blind Pig Pub
03.18.13 – Houston, TX – Fitzgeralds Downstairs
03.19.13 – New Orleans, LA – Howlin’ Wolf
03.20.13 – Atlanta, GA – Vinyl
03.21.13 – Nashville, TN – Third and Lindsley
03.22.13 – Columbia, MO – Mojo’s
03.23.13 – Madison, WI – High Noon Saloon
03.25.13 – Morris, MN – University of Minnesota – Edson Auditorium

05.24.13 – 05.27.13 – Quincy, WA – Sasquatch Festival – Gorge Amphitheatre – SOLD OUT
05.26.13 – Shakopee, MN – Soundset – Canterbury Park
06.22.13 – Denver, CO – Westword Music Showcase 2013

05.26.13 – Shakopee, MN – Soundset – Canterbury Park

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Baauer and Danny Brown announce Worst of Both Worlds tour dates



Brazen Detroit rapper Danny Brown will team up with New York producer Baauer for a string of dates this April dubbed “The Worst of Both Worlds” around their respective appearances at this year’s Coachella Festival. Baauer, the man behind the current Billboard number 1 hit “Harlem Shake”, has turned the party up across the world with his hip-hop influenced take on dance music. Fool’s Gold artist Danny has been hard at work finishing up Old, his follow-up to, XXX, the lauded 2011 record that help land him on the covers of XXL, The Fader and Wax Poetics, along with a coast-to-coast fall tour that had him performing along with fell 2012 standouts A$AP Rocky and Schoolboy Q. “The Worst of Both Worlds” kicks off April 9th in Houston, and runs through both weekends of Coachella.



Apr 9 Houston, TX Fitzgeralds

Apr 10 Dallas, TX Tree’s

Apr 11 Austin, TX Emo’s East

Apr 13 Indio, CA Coachella

Apr 14 Tucson, AZ Congress Theater

Apr 15 Tempe, AZ Club Red

Apr 17 San Francisco, CA The Independent

Apr 18 Santa Barbara, CA Casa De La Raza

Apr 20 Indio, CA Coachella