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Dave’s added a handful of dates (with more to come shortly). Hope you can make it out when he hits your city! Here are the dates so far:
No shows booked at the moment.
Both Popup (playing their first North American shows!), Refried Ice Cream, and David Dondero will be down in Austin this week for SXSW. If you’re in town for the convention, we hope you’ll be able to check them out.
POPUP @ SXSW
03.17.11 The 420 Spot-SXSW block party
03.18.11 “Lovely–resale Boutique” SXSW weekend party!
03.18.11 Official SXSW showcase
03.19.11 KAOS Radio Showcase
03.20.11 Rehearsal at the Arthouse
DAVID DONDERO @ SXSW
03.18.11 Cheers Shot Bar Roof Top (3pm)
03.18.11 The Taproom
REFRIED ICE CREAM @ SXSW
03.20.11 Momo’s (Humane Society Benefit) (6:30pm)
CRAIG WEDREN @ SXSW
03.17.11 House Party – 2807b East 22nd Street (9pm)
03.18.11 Sneak Attack Media Party – The Clive Bar (3:30pm)
POPUP – WHAT’S THE MATTER NOW (mp3)
Halloween, a favorite holiday among the Kiss Me Kiss Me crowd and the whole generation raised by 28 Days and sexy vampires on film; here at Team Love we’ve pulled together two songs that invoke both the lighter and the darker side of devil’s night. Enjoy them both and make sure to check out Dondero on tour and Refried’s new album, “Witness to the Storm.”
(click the play button to listen or download)
[wpaudio url=”http://justiceoftheunicorns.com/dondero/David%20Dondero%20-%20Here%20Comes%20the%20Sun%20Vampire%20Version.mp3″ text=”David Dondero w/ Justice of the Unicorns and Darren Hanlon – Here Comes the Sun (Vampire Version)”]
[wpaudio url=”http://team-love.com/home/wp-content/uploads/2010/10/Refried-Ice-Cream-Vampires.mp3″ text=”Refried Ice Cream – Vampires”]
“Dondero is a brilliant storyteller and poet. His searching melodies and distinctive voice are heartbreakingly beautiful and uplifting. But after a decade of releasing albums, Dondero remains criminally unknown … The songs come from Dondero’s own life. On a never-ending tour and living out of his car, Dondero has long trudged through the detritus of humanity, turning his acute observations and experiences into sometimes twisted tales … Dondero exposes this backroads landscape and all its emotional land mines on Number Zero With a Bullet. With each listen, it stands out as his sharpest and most inspired work.”