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Heavy Adventures

Deafheaven continues to challenge and destroy the boundaries of Black Metal

0 Comments · Tuesday, February 11, 2014
Sunbather, the second album from Deafheaven, is a true listening “experience.” Clocking in at just under an hour, it moves from the epic blast-furnace riffage and jackhammer drumming of “Dream House” to the pensive, piano-laced wanderings of “Irresistible” with uncommon grace and fluidity. And that’s just the first two songs.  
by Mike Breen 11.09.2011
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Squeeze the Day for 11/9

Russian Circles, Deafheaven, Zeds Dead and Kids These Days, plus This Day in Music with Amy Winehouse, Nas, Scarface and Geto Boys

Music Tonight: Hugely popular Dubstep duo Zeds Dead turns Madison Theater into dance music heaven tonight as its The Graveyard Tour comes to Covington. The Canadian Electronic duo (stage names: DC and Hooks) has become a favorite go-to remix team and they continue to run a weekly dance night in Toronto called Bassmentality, which has featured different international acts for each event, including Skrillex, Dieselboy and Netsky. But they still manage to globe-trot quite a bit, capitalizing on their huge internet (that's what free downloads can do for ya) and word of mouth buzz. Presented by Next Era Ent. Dub Collective, showtime for the all-ages show is 9 p.m. Admission is $15. Check out one of Zeds Dead's better known cuts, a rewiring of a certain Moody Blues classic.

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