Win Electric Guest Tickets + Watch "American Daydream"

by PopMatters Staff

30 April 2012

Enter to win the new album Mondo and a pair of tickets to see Electric Guest LIVE on their upcoming US tour.

On April 25, LA duo Electric Guest, consisting of Asa Taccone and Matthew Compton, will hit the road with their full band in support of their debut Danger Mouse-produced album Mondo on Downtown Records. Out April 24, Mondo includes infectious tracks “This Head I Hold” and “American Daydream”.
“American Daydream” Music Video:

Recently, Danger Mouse posted about the collaboration with the band via his website saying, “When he [Asa Taccone] played me the demo of the song “American Daydream” he did with Cornbread [Matthew Compton] (sounding pretty much as it sounds now) I was completely hooked, it was just so damn effortless. I played the demos over and over for more than a year and pushed him to do his own album”.

Do you want to see the guys live in your town? Popmatters is giving away (1) pair of tickets to see Electric Guest live at EACH tour date listed below plus a copy of their new album Mondo!

To enter, please follow @PopMatters and @ElectricGuest on Twitter and then “tweet” the following with the name of the city you want to win tickets for in place of [city]:
Win tix to see @ElectricGuest live + a copy of their debut album #Mondo Details here: #seeyouin[city]

Each Twitter account can have one entry per city/tour stop. Winners will be contacted via direct message on Twitter the day before the scheduled show they entered for.
To make things easier, we made the links below for each city name (though we accept variations like NYC/DC/Philly) connect with Twitter so you can enter in just a couple clicks! Or if you prefer, there are links to purchase the tickets next to each show, so just click the one you plan to attend!

April 25
Larimer Lounge
April 26
Granada Theatre
April 27
May 1
Brighton Music Hall
May 2
Bowery Ballroom
May 4
Kung Fu Necktie
May 5
Rock N Roll Hotel
May 7
May 8
May 9
May 10
The Parish

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