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Dosh

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PATTEN
The Lexington
Tuesday 19 October 2010

£8

DOSH’s unique brand of maximalist, rhythm-driven post-rock sweeps lilting beauty, serious beats and even airy moments into its comely whirlwind. Musically, Dosh’s work would sit somewhere between Four Tet and the Go! Team, creating pounding percussive jams out of an indie-electronic setup. To date Dosh has recorded with Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy, Fog, Odd Nosdam, Andrew Bird, Redstart, Vicious Vicious, why?, and just about any twin cities band with a collective ear for good taste and experimentation.

Plus PATTEN, whose live show is a tripped-out head-body thing, saturating the air with heavy, unspooling reels of prismatic sound. Echoey skewed dancefloor.



Dosh

Dosh

PATTEN
The Lexington
Tuesday 19 October 2010

£8

DOSH’s unique brand of maximalist, rhythm-driven post-rock sweeps lilting beauty, serious beats and even airy moments into its comely whirlwind. Musically, Dosh’s work would sit somewhere between Four Tet and the Go! Team, creating pounding percussive jams out of an indie-electronic setup. To date Dosh has recorded with Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy, Fog, Odd Nosdam, Andrew Bird, Redstart, Vicious Vicious, why?, and just about any twin cities band with a collective ear for good taste and experimentation.

Plus PATTEN, whose live show is a tripped-out head-body thing, saturating the air with heavy, unspooling reels of prismatic sound. Echoey skewed dancefloor.



Dosh

Dosh

PATTEN
The Lexington
Tuesday 19 October 2010

£8

DOSH’s unique brand of maximalist, rhythm-driven post-rock sweeps lilting beauty, serious beats and even airy moments into its comely whirlwind. Musically, Dosh’s work would sit somewhere between Four Tet and the Go! Team, creating pounding percussive jams out of an indie-electronic setup. To date Dosh has recorded with Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy, Fog, Odd Nosdam, Andrew Bird, Redstart, Vicious Vicious, why?, and just about any twin cities band with a collective ear for good taste and experimentation.

Plus PATTEN, whose live show is a tripped-out head-body thing, saturating the air with heavy, unspooling reels of prismatic sound. Echoey skewed dancefloor.



Dosh

Dosh

PATTEN
The Lexington
Tuesday 19 October 2010

£8

DOSH’s unique brand of maximalist, rhythm-driven post-rock sweeps lilting beauty, serious beats and even airy moments into its comely whirlwind. Musically, Dosh’s work would sit somewhere between Four Tet and the Go! Team, creating pounding percussive jams out of an indie-electronic setup. To date Dosh has recorded with Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy, Fog, Odd Nosdam, Andrew Bird, Redstart, Vicious Vicious, why?, and just about any twin cities band with a collective ear for good taste and experimentation.

Plus PATTEN, whose live show is a tripped-out head-body thing, saturating the air with heavy, unspooling reels of prismatic sound. Echoey skewed dancefloor.



Dosh

Dosh

PATTEN
The Lexington
Tuesday 19 October 2010

£8

DOSH’s unique brand of maximalist, rhythm-driven post-rock sweeps lilting beauty, serious beats and even airy moments into its comely whirlwind. Musically, Dosh’s work would sit somewhere between Four Tet and the Go! Team, creating pounding percussive jams out of an indie-electronic setup. To date Dosh has recorded with Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy, Fog, Odd Nosdam, Andrew Bird, Redstart, Vicious Vicious, why?, and just about any twin cities band with a collective ear for good taste and experimentation.

Plus PATTEN, whose live show is a tripped-out head-body thing, saturating the air with heavy, unspooling reels of prismatic sound. Echoey skewed dancefloor.



Dosh

Dosh

PATTEN
The Lexington
Tuesday 19 October 2010

£8

DOSH’s unique brand of maximalist, rhythm-driven post-rock sweeps lilting beauty, serious beats and even airy moments into its comely whirlwind. Musically, Dosh’s work would sit somewhere between Four Tet and the Go! Team, creating pounding percussive jams out of an indie-electronic setup. To date Dosh has recorded with Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy, Fog, Odd Nosdam, Andrew Bird, Redstart, Vicious Vicious, why?, and just about any twin cities band with a collective ear for good taste and experimentation.

Plus PATTEN, whose live show is a tripped-out head-body thing, saturating the air with heavy, unspooling reels of prismatic sound. Echoey skewed dancefloor.



Dosh

Dosh

PATTEN
The Lexington
Tuesday 19 October 2010

£8

DOSH’s unique brand of maximalist, rhythm-driven post-rock sweeps lilting beauty, serious beats and even airy moments into its comely whirlwind. Musically, Dosh’s work would sit somewhere between Four Tet and the Go! Team, creating pounding percussive jams out of an indie-electronic setup. To date Dosh has recorded with Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy, Fog, Odd Nosdam, Andrew Bird, Redstart, Vicious Vicious, why?, and just about any twin cities band with a collective ear for good taste and experimentation.

Plus PATTEN, whose live show is a tripped-out head-body thing, saturating the air with heavy, unspooling reels of prismatic sound. Echoey skewed dancefloor.



Dosh

Dosh

PATTEN
The Lexington
Tuesday 19 October 2010

£8

DOSH’s unique brand of maximalist, rhythm-driven post-rock sweeps lilting beauty, serious beats and even airy moments into its comely whirlwind. Musically, Dosh’s work would sit somewhere between Four Tet and the Go! Team, creating pounding percussive jams out of an indie-electronic setup. To date Dosh has recorded with Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy, Fog, Odd Nosdam, Andrew Bird, Redstart, Vicious Vicious, why?, and just about any twin cities band with a collective ear for good taste and experimentation.

Plus PATTEN, whose live show is a tripped-out head-body thing, saturating the air with heavy, unspooling reels of prismatic sound. Echoey skewed dancefloor.



Dosh

Dosh

PATTEN
The Lexington
Tuesday 19 October 2010

£8

DOSH’s unique brand of maximalist, rhythm-driven post-rock sweeps lilting beauty, serious beats and even airy moments into its comely whirlwind. Musically, Dosh’s work would sit somewhere between Four Tet and the Go! Team, creating pounding percussive jams out of an indie-electronic setup. To date Dosh has recorded with Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy, Fog, Odd Nosdam, Andrew Bird, Redstart, Vicious Vicious, why?, and just about any twin cities band with a collective ear for good taste and experimentation.

Plus PATTEN, whose live show is a tripped-out head-body thing, saturating the air with heavy, unspooling reels of prismatic sound. Echoey skewed dancefloor.







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