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Wednesday, March 12 • 11:00pm - 11:30pm
Daniel Francis Doyle

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Daniel Francis Doyle has been making guitar noise, drumming, and singing for over ten years as both a solo artist, and in groups both departed (Early Lines) and active (When Dinosaurs Ruled The Earth). Daniel has toured the country and has been recording and putting out records since the Nineties. His birth-name moniker solo project is certainly the fiercest endeavor of his various activities. Daniel accompanies his own live recorded guitar loops with powerfully tumbling drum beats while screaming and hollering through a headset that clings on for dear life. With so many "one-man bands" vying for your scant DIY dollars of late, it's hard to find one that actually pursues the idea beyond the realm of novelty. It isn't enough to just setup and knock out a set of bassdrum and guitar tunes anymore. Doyle's intense live sets feature almost embarrassingly candid lyrical content combined with a voluminous guitar-scratch and feedback attack that pushes the solo concept into a loud and uncomfortable place, often leaving crowds simultaneously devastated, confused, and excited. Daniel Francis Doyle's first solo record was released on Furniture Records and he has a new split seven-inch with Fort Worth's touring noise punks, Koji Kondo. - Defensive Listening, weshotjr.com

Wednesday March 12, 2008 11:00pm - 11:30pm
Fado Patio 214 W 4th St

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