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Darwin Deez

An equal mixture of indie, wacky, Beck, and Fleetwood Mac, Brooklyn’s Darwin Deez is experienced at mixing sunshine pop with some indie attitude and lo-fi dissonance, but he’s been recognized to travel audiences crazy along with his offbeat, Napoleon Dynamite-like dance routines. After hanging out in the N.Con.C. music group Creaky Flooring, Deez created the music group that sports activities his name and released the infectious indie pop solitary “Constellations.” Concert events where in fact the bandmembers entered dance to “Peanut Butter Jelly Period” produced them the chat of the Brooklyn hipster collection, as the U.K. captured on because of their early-2010 one “Radar Detector” and its own incredibly bonkers video. That same season the band gathered all its greatest “happy tracks for unhappy people” to get a self-titled debut record released with the Lucky Amount label.

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