Tag Archives: Dan Deacon

Dan Deacon in Conversation

Dan Deacon has a disarmingly modest countenance that stands in sharp contrast to his music: the gnashing 22st-century surf-metal of Spiderman Of The Rings, the hypnotizing feelgood clockwork crescendos of Bromst, or the venn diagrams of old and new instrumentations in his latest, America. Anyone who has seen Deacon live will remember his sound – [...]

Breakfast at Sulimay’s

When you’re 15, you’re usually into one kind of music, exclusively – be it punk or hip hop or techno or zydeco. Somebody else likes another style of music? He or she is wrong and dumb and boring and mainstream. When you’re 18 and you look back at what you listened to three years earlier [...]