Posted in music | tour dates on September 27, 2012

Doldrums at MHOW last week (more by Amanda Hatfield)
Doldrums

As mentioned, Doldrums (the project of Airick Woodhead) and Moon King (the project of Airick's brother/collaborator Daniel), who were both just in NYC will return for CMJ. We already know that Doldrums will be playing the Windish showcase at Mercury Lounge on October 17 with Hundred Waters, Strange Talk, High Highs, Mozart's Sister, and more (tickets).

It's now been announced that Doldrums and Moon King will team up for the M for Montreal CMJ showcase on October 19 at Arlene's Grocery. Mozart's Sister (who also shares a bill with Doldrums at the Windish showcase) is on the bill, as is Braids side project Blue Hawaii. The rest of show includes ex-DD/MM/YYYY krautrockers Absolutely Free, Royal Canoe (who are going on tour with Savoir Adore), impressive live dance rock outfit Plaster, TOPS, and Ariane Moffatt. No advance tickets for this one at the moment. You can also try to get in with your CMJ badge.

M For Montreal set times along with a list of all Doldrums dates and a song stream are below.

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Doldrums - "Egypt"

M For Montreal CMJ showcase set times
6 p.m. - Ariane Moffatt
7 p.m. - TOPS
8 p.m. - Plaster
9 p.m. - Royal Canoe
10 p.m. - Blue Hawaii
11 p.m. - Moon King
12 a.m. - Mozart's Sister
1 a.m. - Doldrums
2 a.m. - Absolutely Free

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Doldrums -- 2012 Tour Dates
9/27/2012 Starlight w/AUSTRA - Waterloo, ON
10/17/2012 Mercury Lounge - New York, NY
10/19/2012 Arlene's Grocery - New York, NY
10/31/2012 Iceland Airwaves
11/05/2012 Le Laiterie Strasbourg, France w/ Purity Ring
11/20/2012 Scala London, UK w/ Purity Ring
11/23/2012 Thekla Bristol, UK w/ Purity Ring
11/24/2012 Sound Control Manchester, UK w/ Purity Ring
11/26/2012 The Hifi Club Leeds, UK w/ Purity RIng
11/28/2012 The Kazimier Liverpool, UK w/ Purity Ring

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Comments (4)

Doldrums at 1am? On a Wednesday? I hate people who don't have day jobs.

Posted by Anonymous | October 2, 2012 10:59 AM

I understand this is all about Brooklyn/NYC, but can we give SF a little love and have this ridiculous line up swing by the West Coast? Dying to see Mozart's Sister.

I second the hatred/jealousy for people who don't have day jobs.

Posted by Coco | October 9, 2012 12:14 PM

Hope they come back around for a non-festival show. The Church of St Paul the Apostle show a year or 2 ago was phenomenal.

Posted by Games 2013 | November 25, 2012 4:46 AM

dolrums are amazing as a band I mean.

Posted by mike | July 15, 2013 1:58 PM

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