Deerhoof to play Tel Aviv in December

Deerhoof to play Tel Avi

October 27, 2009 04:26
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Deerhoof 88. (photo credit: )


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One of the musical treasures of the American indie world - Deerhoof - will be making its Israeli debut on December 15 at the Barby club in Tel Aviv. The San Francisco-based quartet has been described as both cuddly and chaotic, combining noise, sweet melodies and an experiemental nature. Featuring vocalist/bassist Satomi Matsuzaki and guitarist John Dietriech, who write the band's material, Deerhoof released its first full-length album in 1997 on the Kill Rock Stars label, where they have stayed ever since. They've maintained almost annual album releases, including 2008's expansive Offend Maggie, and began picking up a wider audience when they toured in 2006 with The Flaming Lips.

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