Monday, September 13, 2010

El Ten Eleven, Dosh, Baths, Ceschi & Anonymous Inc.

Tuesday, September 14 2010, Manic Productions presents

Daniel Street
21 Daniel Street
Milford, CT

7:00pm - 21+ - $10 ($8 advance)

Buy tickets now or pick them up at Redscroll Records or DETRITUS

El Ten Eleven is a Los Angeles, CA post-rock duo known for combining guitar/bass doubleneck or fretless bass, with heavy looping, or vamping, and the utility of an effects pedal, over acoustic or electric drumming. They have released three full length albums, earning generally positive reviews. The band has earned some attention due to many of their songs being featured in the soundtracks of Gary Hustwit's design documentaries Helvetica and Objectified.

Older video. Deal with it.

Martin Luther King Chavez Dosh, known in music as Dosh, is a musician and multi-instrumentalist based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. As an artist, Dosh is a percussionist who uses various electronics, often with a Fender Rhodes. Dosh has been characterized mostly as experimental and electronic-based due to his use of many samplers and looping machines and the rhythmic feel of much of his music, with songs often relying on Dosh alone on keyboards, marimba, and drums. Dosh is often in collaboration with other musicians during live sets and on recording. Anticon.

For mercurial L.A. music-maker Will Wiesenfeld, Baths has been a long time coming. The 21-year-old has spent the better part of his days living amidst “pleasant” and “unremarkable” in the suburbs of the San Fernando Valley, so perhaps it’s due to a general lack of local inspiration that Wiesenfeld’s own work has never fit into a prefab box of its own. Over the last six years, under the handle of [Post-Foetus], Wiesenfeld has gainfully explored the intersections and outer reaches of both electronic and acoustic music. With Baths, his eclecticism finds its greatest focus yet, in a hail of lush melodies, ghostly choirs, playful instrumentation and stuttering beats. Anticon.

Ceschi & Anonymous Inc.:
Fresh off of a year chock full of US and European tours opening for the likes of Myka 9, Sole, Awol One, and 2Mex, Ceschi Ramos continues in 2010 bringing his brand of post-folk songwriting and left field hip hop to the stage. With influences from Neutral Milk Hotel to Freestyle Fellowship we can assure you that you've never seen or heard something quite like Ceschi before. From New Haven. Fake Four Inc.

El Ten Eleven tour:

09.14 Milford, CT | Daniel Street Club
09.15 Cambridge, MA | Middle East
09.16 Brooklyn, NY | Knitting Factory
09.17 Philadelphia, PA | Kung Fu Necktie
09.18 New York, NY | Mercury Lounge
09.19 Rochester, NY | Bug Jar
09.20 Pittsburgh, PA | Brillobox
09.21 Cincinnati, OH | Northside Tavern
09.22 Cleveland, OH | Grog Shop
09.23 Grand Rapids, MI | Founders Brewery
09.24 Madison, WI | The Terrace at University Of
09.25 Chicago, IL | Lincoln Hall
09.27 Rock Island, IL | RIBCO
09.28 Milwaukee, WI | Cactus Club
09.29 St. Louis, MO | Firebird
09.30 Omaha, NE | Slowdown Jr.
10.01 Lawrence, KS | Jackpot Saloon
10.02 Denver, CO | Bluebird Theatre
10.04 Salt Lake City, UT | Urban Lounge
10.05 Boise, ID | Neurolux
10.06 Missoula, MT | The Top Hat
10.07 Spokane, WA | The Seaside
10.08 Seattle, WA | Sunset Tavern
10.09 Portland, OR | Mississippi Studios
10.11 Santa Cruz, CA | The Crepe Place
10.12 San Francisco, CA | The Bottom Of the Hill
10.13 Los Angeles, CA | Bootleg Theater
10.22 Tucson, AZ | Plush
10.23 San Diego, CA | Soda Bar

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