The Dead-End Alley Band Touring Europe Next Month

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Eerie psychedelic strangeness pervades the work to-date of Lima, Peru, upstarts The Dead-End Alley Band — who released their debut album, Whispers of the Night (review here), and followed it up with Odd Stories last year, both on ultra-mega-respected purveyor Nasoni Records — and one assumes they’ll carry those late-’60s vibes with them when they cross the Atlantic next month to tour Europe for the first time. I don’t know what the baggage rates are for such things — that might get classified under “personal item?” — but The Dead-End Alley Band have worked quickly to create a niche for themselves within heavy psych flow, and even post-Halloween, autumn seems like a perfect time for them to make the trip, which will round out with an appearance at Yellowstock in Belgium on Nov. 28.

Info below, as seen on the interweb:

the dead-end alley band euro tour

THE DEAD-END ALLEY BAND : Soaked In The Cold (European Tour 2015)

This fall, you will not escape from the nightmare.

After three years of activity and two albums released on vinyl, CD and tape, finally, we are proud to announce that we’re coming to Europe this November!

Dates are:
10.11 – Das Bach, Vienna (Austria)
13.11 – Tetris Club, Trieste (Italy)
14.11 – Club Wakuum, Graz (Austria)
18.11 – Zoro, Leipzig (Germany)
19.11 – Mitropa-Keller, Eisenberg (Germany)
20.11 – Café t’ Vereinshoes, Vaals (Netherlands)
21.11 – Vortex Surfer Musikclub, Siegen (Germany)
25.11 – Hausbar Münze 13, Tübingen (Germany)
27.11 – Eureka, Zwolle (Netherlands)
28.11 – Yellowstock Festival, Geel (Belgium)

And you’re invited to this slaughter…

The Dead-End Alley Band is a psychedelic, blues and vintage rock band from Lima, Peru, formed by Javier Kou Mansilla and Sebastian Sanchez-Botta, with the ambition to create (or re-create) music based on the psychedelic scents from the sixties and seventies.

‘Odd Stories’ (2014) is the second studio album of Peruvian psychedelic rock band The Dead-End Alley Band. It was recorded and produced in Lima, Peru, by Javier Kou, Sebastian Sanchez-Botta and Chino Burga. Edited, manufactured and released on vinyl in Europe by Nasoni Records (Germany) and on CD and tape in Peru by Tóxiko Records and Inti Records (Peru).

The Dead-End Alley Band, Odd Stories (2014)

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