Prefuse 73 (a.k.a. Guillermo Scott Herren) has shifted a lot of his attention to touring lately. He took his special brand of glitch-hop to small clubs in 2009, and now he is hitting the road again in early 2010. This time, he is taking his friends and collaborators along for the ride. Guest number one will be The Gaslamp Killer, who was credited as a contributor on Prefuse 73’s latest album, Everything She Touched Turned Ampexian. He was also responsible for the killer mixtape (pun intended), A Decade of Flying Lotus. Even GLK himself has been busy touring, having recently returned from his European and Asian tours.
For this tour, GLK and Prefuse will also be joined by VOICEsVOICEs, Prefuse 73 proteges whose album he has produced and readied for release on January 26 with Manimal Vinyl Records.
Prefuse 73, The Gaslamp Killer, VOICEsVOICEs:
Jan 19: Brooklyn, NY @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
Jan 20: Cambridge, MA @ The Middle East Downstairs
Jan 21: Buffalo, NY @ Soundlab
Jan 22: Columbus, OH @ The Summit
Jan 23: Pontiac, MI @ Eagle Theatre
Jan 24: Chicago, IL @ The Empty Bottle
Jan 25: Minneapolis, MN @ Triple Rock Social Club
Jan 26: Fargo, ND @ The Aquarium
Jan 29: Bellingham, WA @ The Nightlife Lounge
Jan 30: Seattle, WA @ Neumos
Jan 31: Portland, OR @ Holocene
Feb 2: San Francisco, CA @ Slim’s
Feb 3: Los Angeles, CA @ Troubadour
Feb 5: Salt Lake City, UT @ Urban Lounge
Feb 6: Denver, CO @ Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom
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