Posted in dance | hiphop | music | tour dates on April 26, 2014

Moderat @ Moogfest 2014 (via @FestivalSnob)
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Moogfest is currently underway in Asheville, NC and runs through Sunday (4/27). Tonight (4/26) there's performances from Chic, M.I.A., Factory Floor, Avey Tare's Slasher Flicks, and more.

Last night, Moderat, the collaborative project between Modeselektor and Apparat, played the festival. They don't play North America too often, and their last NYC show was Electric Zoo 2013, but now that Moogfest is behind them they'll be playing a couple more shows on our shores, including one in Brooklyn TONIGHT (4/26) at 1260 Atlantic Ave with Nikola Baytala, Taimur & Fahad and Lauren Ritter. Tickets for tonight's show, which is presented by TBA Brooklyn, Resolute and Wordless Music, are available. Show flyer and list of remaining dates below.

LA hip hop producer The Gaslamp Killer also played Moogfest last night, and will come to NYC tonight as well. He's playing 88 Palace tonight (4/26) with psychedelic rap great Edan, Fool's Gold's Nick Catchdubs and Pablo Ygal. Tickets for that show are on sale now too. All of his dates are listed below as well.

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Moderat - "Bad Kingdom"

The Gaslamp Killer - "In The Dark"

Edan - "I See Colours"

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Moderat -- 2014 North American Tour Dates
APR 26 Brooklyn, NY (US), TBA Warehouse Brooklyn
APR 27 Montreal (CA), Metropolis

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The Gaslamp Killer -- 2014 Tour Dates
Apr 26 88 Palace New York, NY w/ Edan
May 15 Middle East Cambridge, MA
May 16 The Hoxton Toronto, Canada
May 17 Société des Arts Technologiques Montreal, Canada
Jul 17 Feierwerk / Hansa 39 Munich, Germany
Jul 18 Victoria Park London, United Kingdom
Jul 25 Sheffield City Centre Sheffield, United Kingdom

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Comments (3)

I regret it much for not attending last night and these videos are highly amazing. Love this band.

Posted by YOR Health | April 26, 2014 11:05 PM

Great show. It could have been an amazing show if the sound was better. If you weren't in the speaker sweet spot you would hear echos and slight distortion. You can't blame the sound technician for that. It was just the venue. Large industrial warehouses suck for sound. They just aren't built out of the right materials to insulate sound.

My other complaint was the 2nd warm-up DJ was one of the worst things I have ever endured.

Posted by Anonymous | April 28, 2014 1:48 PM

When it's gettin' worse - it turns out that you are surrounded by people whom you can count on. 

Posted by Wentworth | May 6, 2014 3:17 AM

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