Dosh takes a holiday from the mystical land of Narnia for a tour with Matthew E. White and a new album release

Dosh takes a holiday from the mystical land of Narnia for a tour with Matthew E. White and a new album release

Hearing new music from Dosh — Martin Dosh — is a little bit like opening the door into Narnia for the first time. What at first seems a little strange suddenly seems familiar, and then shit gets weird again. Like Dosh’s electronic and abstract hip-hop elements are the wintry wood and then OH SNAP the haunting looped vocals are the friendly faun man peering at you inquisitively from around a tree. And such is the magic of Dosh, a one-man band who has worked with Andrew Bird and Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy, and most recently with Wilco’s Glenn Kotche on a 25-minute collaborative piece at the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis.

That song, “Legos (for Terry),” along with six other tracks, comprises Dosh’s latest for Graveface, Milk Money. The album is due October 22, and just about a month later, Dosh takes to the road for a short East Coast tour with Matthew E. White. Until then, stream the full album at PopMatters, or watch a Beats Per Minute video of the man himself hanging out, making music in his underground bunker… er, faun lair:

Milk Money tracklisting:

01. We are the Worst
02. Death Set
03. Kisses
04. 20 Year
05. Unto Internity
06. Golden Silver
07. Legos (for Terry)

Dates:

11.23.13 - Duluth, MN - Tycoon’s Alehouse
12.04.13 - Allston, MA - Great Scott *
12.05.13 - Brooklyn, NY - Music Hall of Williamsburg *
12.06.13 - Philadephia, PA - Johnny Brenda’s *
12.07.13 - Washington, DC - Rock ‘n Roll Hotel *
12.20.13 - Minneapolis, MN - Cedar Cultural Center

* Matthew E. White

• Dosh: https://www.facebook.com/pages/dosh/435805050181‎
• Graveface: http://www.graveface.com

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