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Thread: Kayo Dot and The Red Masque Shows in Philly (Sept. 14) and Baltimore (Sept. 18)

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    Kayo Dot and The Red Masque Shows in Philly (Sept. 14) and Baltimore (Sept. 18)

    The Red Masque Newsletter


    The Red Masque are excited to announce that the band has been added as support for cult favorite, avant progressive band Kayo Dot on their upcoming tour for their new album. The band will be opening for them on the Baltimore (Metro Gallery) and Philadelphia (Kung Fu Necktie) dates in September. Details below:

    Saturday, September 14, 2019
    Opening for Kayo Dot at Kung Fu Necktie, Kung Fu Necktie, 1250 N. Front St., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 7 PM. 21 Plus. $12. Purchase tickets here:

    Wednesday, September 18, 2019
    Opening for Kayo Dot at the Metro Gallery, 1700 North Charles Street, Baltimore, Maryland. Doors 7 PM, Show 8 PM. $12 Advance, $14 at the Door. All Ages. Purchase Tickets here:

    Kayo Dot is an avant-and/or-compositional-rock band hailing from New York City. Led by composer Toby Driver, Kayo Dot began as the band maudlin of the Well in the 1990s and later changed their name. Their hallucinatory music has its roots in doom-goth, progressive rock, and new age, and has combined these influences with their experiences in the modern classical and avant-jazz worlds of downtown New York to create a completely unique, complex, heartbreaking, and meticulously composed genreless sound all their own.

    The Red Masque are an avant progressive rock band from Philadelphia. Founded in 2001, the group's experimental songwriting style is both angular and eerie, accented by freeform space rock improvisations, intricate acoustics, dark atmospherics and chunky riffs. Unconventional and eccentric in musical form, the sophisticatedly sinister The Red Masque fuses together such disparate musical references as horror movie soundtracks, rock-in-opposition, progressive rock, experimental, zeuhl, heavy rock, gothic, psychedelia, space rock, and kraut rock.
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    Very cool!
    Ephemeral Sun - because I gotta do something about these boxes of CDs in the basement:


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