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Gang Gang Dance

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ABOUT GROUP
Dingwalls
Monday 1 June 2009

£11.50
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/GANGGANGDANCE , WWW.YOUTUBE.COM/WATCH?V=DSXZIKNYG60

Emerging from the same experimental scene as Animal Collective and Black Dice,
Gang Gang Dance blend African rhythms, Middle Eastern dance music, industrial, noise, grime and more. Today’s skewed pop and eerie vocals are less chaotic than their earlier work, glistening with Arabian synth lines and delayed out shimmer guitar.

“Correct us if we’re wrong, but the album of 2008 has just arrived on our doormat. It’s called Saint Dymphna, and it’s by Gang Gang Dance. ‘One of the best albums we’ve heard all year… astonishing in it’s breadth and quality’.
Fact Magazine

“Their sound is natural yet manmade, gangsta yet gentle at varying turns throughout their seemingly improvised sound.”
I-D Magazine

“… St. Dymphna spins scattered global sounds into a dance both ethereal and ecstatic.”
Plan B Magazine

“St. Dymphna is a super- produced, dancefloor-ready rebooting of tribal psych… The eclecticism is exhilarating…”
Uncut Magazine

“Gang Gang Dance may now ascend to the bona fide league of geniuses.”
NME

“St. Dymphna further ups Gang Gang Dance’s ritualistic ante and might be their best yet.”
Time Out

“… a glorious celebration of sonic excess.”
The Observer

“It all sounds wonderful, sparkling and glistening.”
Wire Magazine

“Their album is enormous” – Dave Sitek, TV on the Radio

”Gang Gang are the sound of some soon to be found tribe lurking in the wigs of forever. Gang Gang Dance seamlessly blend the sound of something so otherworldy while seeming so familiar. The pied pipers of Never Never Land.” – Simon Taylor, Klaxons

PLUS ABOUT
Alexis Taylor of Hot Chip, Charles Hayward (This Heat, Camberwell Now), Pat Thomas and John Coxon (Springheel Jack, Spiritualized) known for their sublime improvisations offer up anarchic piano, guitar and electronics underpinned by relentless, turbulent drums reminiscent of Can, Neu! or Einstürzende Neubauten with the funk of Sly and the Family Stone meets Love.

Tickets from:
www.ticketweb.co.uk
08700 600 100
www.seetickets.com
0870 264 3333



Gang Gang Dance

Gang Gang Dance

ABOUT GROUP
Dingwalls
Monday 1 June 2009

£11.50
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/GANGGANGDANCE , WWW.YOUTUBE.COM/WATCH?V=DSXZIKNYG60

Emerging from the same experimental scene as Animal Collective and Black Dice,
Gang Gang Dance blend African rhythms, Middle Eastern dance music, industrial, noise, grime and more. Today’s skewed pop and eerie vocals are less chaotic than their earlier work, glistening with Arabian synth lines and delayed out shimmer guitar.

“Correct us if we’re wrong, but the album of 2008 has just arrived on our doormat. It’s called Saint Dymphna, and it’s by Gang Gang Dance. ‘One of the best albums we’ve heard all year… astonishing in it’s breadth and quality’.
Fact Magazine

“Their sound is natural yet manmade, gangsta yet gentle at varying turns throughout their seemingly improvised sound.”
I-D Magazine

“… St. Dymphna spins scattered global sounds into a dance both ethereal and ecstatic.”
Plan B Magazine

“St. Dymphna is a super- produced, dancefloor-ready rebooting of tribal psych… The eclecticism is exhilarating…”
Uncut Magazine

“Gang Gang Dance may now ascend to the bona fide league of geniuses.”
NME

“St. Dymphna further ups Gang Gang Dance’s ritualistic ante and might be their best yet.”
Time Out

“… a glorious celebration of sonic excess.”
The Observer

“It all sounds wonderful, sparkling and glistening.”
Wire Magazine

“Their album is enormous” – Dave Sitek, TV on the Radio

”Gang Gang are the sound of some soon to be found tribe lurking in the wigs of forever. Gang Gang Dance seamlessly blend the sound of something so otherworldy while seeming so familiar. The pied pipers of Never Never Land.” – Simon Taylor, Klaxons

PLUS ABOUT
Alexis Taylor of Hot Chip, Charles Hayward (This Heat, Camberwell Now), Pat Thomas and John Coxon (Springheel Jack, Spiritualized) known for their sublime improvisations offer up anarchic piano, guitar and electronics underpinned by relentless, turbulent drums reminiscent of Can, Neu! or Einstürzende Neubauten with the funk of Sly and the Family Stone meets Love.

Tickets from:
www.ticketweb.co.uk
08700 600 100
www.seetickets.com
0870 264 3333



Gang Gang Dance

Gang Gang Dance

ABOUT GROUP
Dingwalls
Monday 1 June 2009

£11.50
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/GANGGANGDANCE , WWW.YOUTUBE.COM/WATCH?V=DSXZIKNYG60

Emerging from the same experimental scene as Animal Collective and Black Dice,
Gang Gang Dance blend African rhythms, Middle Eastern dance music, industrial, noise, grime and more. Today’s skewed pop and eerie vocals are less chaotic than their earlier work, glistening with Arabian synth lines and delayed out shimmer guitar.

“Correct us if we’re wrong, but the album of 2008 has just arrived on our doormat. It’s called Saint Dymphna, and it’s by Gang Gang Dance. ‘One of the best albums we’ve heard all year… astonishing in it’s breadth and quality’.
Fact Magazine

“Their sound is natural yet manmade, gangsta yet gentle at varying turns throughout their seemingly improvised sound.”
I-D Magazine

“… St. Dymphna spins scattered global sounds into a dance both ethereal and ecstatic.”
Plan B Magazine

“St. Dymphna is a super- produced, dancefloor-ready rebooting of tribal psych… The eclecticism is exhilarating…”
Uncut Magazine

“Gang Gang Dance may now ascend to the bona fide league of geniuses.”
NME

“St. Dymphna further ups Gang Gang Dance’s ritualistic ante and might be their best yet.”
Time Out

“… a glorious celebration of sonic excess.”
The Observer

“It all sounds wonderful, sparkling and glistening.”
Wire Magazine

“Their album is enormous” – Dave Sitek, TV on the Radio

”Gang Gang are the sound of some soon to be found tribe lurking in the wigs of forever. Gang Gang Dance seamlessly blend the sound of something so otherworldy while seeming so familiar. The pied pipers of Never Never Land.” – Simon Taylor, Klaxons

PLUS ABOUT
Alexis Taylor of Hot Chip, Charles Hayward (This Heat, Camberwell Now), Pat Thomas and John Coxon (Springheel Jack, Spiritualized) known for their sublime improvisations offer up anarchic piano, guitar and electronics underpinned by relentless, turbulent drums reminiscent of Can, Neu! or Einstürzende Neubauten with the funk of Sly and the Family Stone meets Love.

Tickets from:
www.ticketweb.co.uk
08700 600 100
www.seetickets.com
0870 264 3333



Gang Gang Dance

Gang Gang Dance

ABOUT GROUP
Dingwalls
Monday 1 June 2009

£11.50
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/GANGGANGDANCE , WWW.YOUTUBE.COM/WATCH?V=DSXZIKNYG60

Emerging from the same experimental scene as Animal Collective and Black Dice,
Gang Gang Dance blend African rhythms, Middle Eastern dance music, industrial, noise, grime and more. Today’s skewed pop and eerie vocals are less chaotic than their earlier work, glistening with Arabian synth lines and delayed out shimmer guitar.

“Correct us if we’re wrong, but the album of 2008 has just arrived on our doormat. It’s called Saint Dymphna, and it’s by Gang Gang Dance. ‘One of the best albums we’ve heard all year… astonishing in it’s breadth and quality’.
Fact Magazine

“Their sound is natural yet manmade, gangsta yet gentle at varying turns throughout their seemingly improvised sound.”
I-D Magazine

“… St. Dymphna spins scattered global sounds into a dance both ethereal and ecstatic.”
Plan B Magazine

“St. Dymphna is a super- produced, dancefloor-ready rebooting of tribal psych… The eclecticism is exhilarating…”
Uncut Magazine

“Gang Gang Dance may now ascend to the bona fide league of geniuses.”
NME

“St. Dymphna further ups Gang Gang Dance’s ritualistic ante and might be their best yet.”
Time Out

“… a glorious celebration of sonic excess.”
The Observer

“It all sounds wonderful, sparkling and glistening.”
Wire Magazine

“Their album is enormous” – Dave Sitek, TV on the Radio

”Gang Gang are the sound of some soon to be found tribe lurking in the wigs of forever. Gang Gang Dance seamlessly blend the sound of something so otherworldy while seeming so familiar. The pied pipers of Never Never Land.” – Simon Taylor, Klaxons

PLUS ABOUT
Alexis Taylor of Hot Chip, Charles Hayward (This Heat, Camberwell Now), Pat Thomas and John Coxon (Springheel Jack, Spiritualized) known for their sublime improvisations offer up anarchic piano, guitar and electronics underpinned by relentless, turbulent drums reminiscent of Can, Neu! or Einstürzende Neubauten with the funk of Sly and the Family Stone meets Love.

Tickets from:
www.ticketweb.co.uk
08700 600 100
www.seetickets.com
0870 264 3333



Gang Gang Dance

Gang Gang Dance

ABOUT GROUP
Dingwalls
Monday 1 June 2009

£11.50
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/GANGGANGDANCE , WWW.YOUTUBE.COM/WATCH?V=DSXZIKNYG60

Emerging from the same experimental scene as Animal Collective and Black Dice,
Gang Gang Dance blend African rhythms, Middle Eastern dance music, industrial, noise, grime and more. Today’s skewed pop and eerie vocals are less chaotic than their earlier work, glistening with Arabian synth lines and delayed out shimmer guitar.

“Correct us if we’re wrong, but the album of 2008 has just arrived on our doormat. It’s called Saint Dymphna, and it’s by Gang Gang Dance. ‘One of the best albums we’ve heard all year… astonishing in it’s breadth and quality’.
Fact Magazine

“Their sound is natural yet manmade, gangsta yet gentle at varying turns throughout their seemingly improvised sound.”
I-D Magazine

“… St. Dymphna spins scattered global sounds into a dance both ethereal and ecstatic.”
Plan B Magazine

“St. Dymphna is a super- produced, dancefloor-ready rebooting of tribal psych… The eclecticism is exhilarating…”
Uncut Magazine

“Gang Gang Dance may now ascend to the bona fide league of geniuses.”
NME

“St. Dymphna further ups Gang Gang Dance’s ritualistic ante and might be their best yet.”
Time Out

“… a glorious celebration of sonic excess.”
The Observer

“It all sounds wonderful, sparkling and glistening.”
Wire Magazine

“Their album is enormous” – Dave Sitek, TV on the Radio

”Gang Gang are the sound of some soon to be found tribe lurking in the wigs of forever. Gang Gang Dance seamlessly blend the sound of something so otherworldy while seeming so familiar. The pied pipers of Never Never Land.” – Simon Taylor, Klaxons

PLUS ABOUT
Alexis Taylor of Hot Chip, Charles Hayward (This Heat, Camberwell Now), Pat Thomas and John Coxon (Springheel Jack, Spiritualized) known for their sublime improvisations offer up anarchic piano, guitar and electronics underpinned by relentless, turbulent drums reminiscent of Can, Neu! or Einstürzende Neubauten with the funk of Sly and the Family Stone meets Love.

Tickets from:
www.ticketweb.co.uk
08700 600 100
www.seetickets.com
0870 264 3333



Gang Gang Dance

Gang Gang Dance

ABOUT GROUP
Dingwalls
Monday 1 June 2009

£11.50
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/GANGGANGDANCE , WWW.YOUTUBE.COM/WATCH?V=DSXZIKNYG60

Emerging from the same experimental scene as Animal Collective and Black Dice,
Gang Gang Dance blend African rhythms, Middle Eastern dance music, industrial, noise, grime and more. Today’s skewed pop and eerie vocals are less chaotic than their earlier work, glistening with Arabian synth lines and delayed out shimmer guitar.

“Correct us if we’re wrong, but the album of 2008 has just arrived on our doormat. It’s called Saint Dymphna, and it’s by Gang Gang Dance. ‘One of the best albums we’ve heard all year… astonishing in it’s breadth and quality’.
Fact Magazine

“Their sound is natural yet manmade, gangsta yet gentle at varying turns throughout their seemingly improvised sound.”
I-D Magazine

“… St. Dymphna spins scattered global sounds into a dance both ethereal and ecstatic.”
Plan B Magazine

“St. Dymphna is a super- produced, dancefloor-ready rebooting of tribal psych… The eclecticism is exhilarating…”
Uncut Magazine

“Gang Gang Dance may now ascend to the bona fide league of geniuses.”
NME

“St. Dymphna further ups Gang Gang Dance’s ritualistic ante and might be their best yet.”
Time Out

“… a glorious celebration of sonic excess.”
The Observer

“It all sounds wonderful, sparkling and glistening.”
Wire Magazine

“Their album is enormous” – Dave Sitek, TV on the Radio

”Gang Gang are the sound of some soon to be found tribe lurking in the wigs of forever. Gang Gang Dance seamlessly blend the sound of something so otherworldy while seeming so familiar. The pied pipers of Never Never Land.” – Simon Taylor, Klaxons

PLUS ABOUT
Alexis Taylor of Hot Chip, Charles Hayward (This Heat, Camberwell Now), Pat Thomas and John Coxon (Springheel Jack, Spiritualized) known for their sublime improvisations offer up anarchic piano, guitar and electronics underpinned by relentless, turbulent drums reminiscent of Can, Neu! or Einstürzende Neubauten with the funk of Sly and the Family Stone meets Love.

Tickets from:
www.ticketweb.co.uk
08700 600 100
www.seetickets.com
0870 264 3333



Gang Gang Dance

Gang Gang Dance

ABOUT GROUP
Dingwalls
Monday 1 June 2009

£11.50
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/GANGGANGDANCE , WWW.YOUTUBE.COM/WATCH?V=DSXZIKNYG60

Emerging from the same experimental scene as Animal Collective and Black Dice,
Gang Gang Dance blend African rhythms, Middle Eastern dance music, industrial, noise, grime and more. Today’s skewed pop and eerie vocals are less chaotic than their earlier work, glistening with Arabian synth lines and delayed out shimmer guitar.

“Correct us if we’re wrong, but the album of 2008 has just arrived on our doormat. It’s called Saint Dymphna, and it’s by Gang Gang Dance. ‘One of the best albums we’ve heard all year… astonishing in it’s breadth and quality’.
Fact Magazine

“Their sound is natural yet manmade, gangsta yet gentle at varying turns throughout their seemingly improvised sound.”
I-D Magazine

“… St. Dymphna spins scattered global sounds into a dance both ethereal and ecstatic.”
Plan B Magazine

“St. Dymphna is a super- produced, dancefloor-ready rebooting of tribal psych… The eclecticism is exhilarating…”
Uncut Magazine

“Gang Gang Dance may now ascend to the bona fide league of geniuses.”
NME

“St. Dymphna further ups Gang Gang Dance’s ritualistic ante and might be their best yet.”
Time Out

“… a glorious celebration of sonic excess.”
The Observer

“It all sounds wonderful, sparkling and glistening.”
Wire Magazine

“Their album is enormous” – Dave Sitek, TV on the Radio

”Gang Gang are the sound of some soon to be found tribe lurking in the wigs of forever. Gang Gang Dance seamlessly blend the sound of something so otherworldy while seeming so familiar. The pied pipers of Never Never Land.” – Simon Taylor, Klaxons

PLUS ABOUT
Alexis Taylor of Hot Chip, Charles Hayward (This Heat, Camberwell Now), Pat Thomas and John Coxon (Springheel Jack, Spiritualized) known for their sublime improvisations offer up anarchic piano, guitar and electronics underpinned by relentless, turbulent drums reminiscent of Can, Neu! or Einstürzende Neubauten with the funk of Sly and the Family Stone meets Love.

Tickets from:
www.ticketweb.co.uk
08700 600 100
www.seetickets.com
0870 264 3333



Gang Gang Dance

Gang Gang Dance

ABOUT GROUP
Dingwalls
Monday 1 June 2009

£11.50
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/GANGGANGDANCE , WWW.YOUTUBE.COM/WATCH?V=DSXZIKNYG60

Emerging from the same experimental scene as Animal Collective and Black Dice,
Gang Gang Dance blend African rhythms, Middle Eastern dance music, industrial, noise, grime and more. Today’s skewed pop and eerie vocals are less chaotic than their earlier work, glistening with Arabian synth lines and delayed out shimmer guitar.

“Correct us if we’re wrong, but the album of 2008 has just arrived on our doormat. It’s called Saint Dymphna, and it’s by Gang Gang Dance. ‘One of the best albums we’ve heard all year… astonishing in it’s breadth and quality’.
Fact Magazine

“Their sound is natural yet manmade, gangsta yet gentle at varying turns throughout their seemingly improvised sound.”
I-D Magazine

“… St. Dymphna spins scattered global sounds into a dance both ethereal and ecstatic.”
Plan B Magazine

“St. Dymphna is a super- produced, dancefloor-ready rebooting of tribal psych… The eclecticism is exhilarating…”
Uncut Magazine

“Gang Gang Dance may now ascend to the bona fide league of geniuses.”
NME

“St. Dymphna further ups Gang Gang Dance’s ritualistic ante and might be their best yet.”
Time Out

“… a glorious celebration of sonic excess.”
The Observer

“It all sounds wonderful, sparkling and glistening.”
Wire Magazine

“Their album is enormous” – Dave Sitek, TV on the Radio

”Gang Gang are the sound of some soon to be found tribe lurking in the wigs of forever. Gang Gang Dance seamlessly blend the sound of something so otherworldy while seeming so familiar. The pied pipers of Never Never Land.” – Simon Taylor, Klaxons

PLUS ABOUT
Alexis Taylor of Hot Chip, Charles Hayward (This Heat, Camberwell Now), Pat Thomas and John Coxon (Springheel Jack, Spiritualized) known for their sublime improvisations offer up anarchic piano, guitar and electronics underpinned by relentless, turbulent drums reminiscent of Can, Neu! or Einstürzende Neubauten with the funk of Sly and the Family Stone meets Love.

Tickets from:
www.ticketweb.co.uk
08700 600 100
www.seetickets.com
0870 264 3333



Gang Gang Dance

Gang Gang Dance

ABOUT GROUP
Dingwalls
Monday 1 June 2009

£11.50
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/GANGGANGDANCE , WWW.YOUTUBE.COM/WATCH?V=DSXZIKNYG60

Emerging from the same experimental scene as Animal Collective and Black Dice,
Gang Gang Dance blend African rhythms, Middle Eastern dance music, industrial, noise, grime and more. Today’s skewed pop and eerie vocals are less chaotic than their earlier work, glistening with Arabian synth lines and delayed out shimmer guitar.

“Correct us if we’re wrong, but the album of 2008 has just arrived on our doormat. It’s called Saint Dymphna, and it’s by Gang Gang Dance. ‘One of the best albums we’ve heard all year… astonishing in it’s breadth and quality’.
Fact Magazine

“Their sound is natural yet manmade, gangsta yet gentle at varying turns throughout their seemingly improvised sound.”
I-D Magazine

“… St. Dymphna spins scattered global sounds into a dance both ethereal and ecstatic.”
Plan B Magazine

“St. Dymphna is a super- produced, dancefloor-ready rebooting of tribal psych… The eclecticism is exhilarating…”
Uncut Magazine

“Gang Gang Dance may now ascend to the bona fide league of geniuses.”
NME

“St. Dymphna further ups Gang Gang Dance’s ritualistic ante and might be their best yet.”
Time Out

“… a glorious celebration of sonic excess.”
The Observer

“It all sounds wonderful, sparkling and glistening.”
Wire Magazine

“Their album is enormous” – Dave Sitek, TV on the Radio

”Gang Gang are the sound of some soon to be found tribe lurking in the wigs of forever. Gang Gang Dance seamlessly blend the sound of something so otherworldy while seeming so familiar. The pied pipers of Never Never Land.” – Simon Taylor, Klaxons

PLUS ABOUT
Alexis Taylor of Hot Chip, Charles Hayward (This Heat, Camberwell Now), Pat Thomas and John Coxon (Springheel Jack, Spiritualized) known for their sublime improvisations offer up anarchic piano, guitar and electronics underpinned by relentless, turbulent drums reminiscent of Can, Neu! or Einstürzende Neubauten with the funk of Sly and the Family Stone meets Love.

Tickets from:
www.ticketweb.co.uk
08700 600 100
www.seetickets.com
0870 264 3333







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