Andreya Triana - "A Town Called Obsolete (Mount Kimbie Remix)" (MP3)

by PopMatters Staff

26 August 2010

 

British singer-songwriter Andreya Triana has been hailed by Gilles Peterson and he recently had her on a BBC Radio One program with him. Triana’s debut Lost Where I Belong, produced by none other than Bonobo, releases 7 September on Ninja Tune Records. Here’s a new remix to whet your appetite for the album and her upcoming November North American tour (dates after the jump).


  
TOUR DATES
11/4/10 - Chicago @ Metro
11/4/10 - Chicago @ Smart Bar (DJ Set)
11/5/10 - Toronto @ Phoenix Theatre
11/6/10 - Montreal @ Le National
11/7/10 - Boston @ Paradise
11/8/10 - New York @ Webster Hall
11/9/10 - Philadelphia @ Johnny Brendas w/ Tokimonsta
11/11/10 - Atlanta @ Masquerade w/ Tokimonsta
11/13/10 - Live Oak @ Bear Creek Music and Arts
11/17/10 - New Orleans @ Republic w/ Tokimonsta
11/18/10 - Austin @ Antones w/ Tokimonsta
11/20/10 - Dallas @ Trees w/ Tokimonsta
11/22/10 - Lawrence @ The Granada Theatre w/ Tokimonsta
11/24/10 - Denver @ Ogden Theatre w/ Tokimonsta
11/26/10 - Los Angeles @ Music Box/ Henry Fonda w/ Tokimonsta
11/27/10 - San Francisco @ Mezzanine w/ Tokimonsta
11/29/10 - Portland @ Wonder Ballroom w/ Tokimonsta
11/3010 - Seattle @ Showbox at the Market w/ Tokimonsta
12/1/10 - Vancouver @ The Rickshaw Theatre w/ Tokimonsta

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