Onuinu - "Happy Home" (video)

by Jane Jansen Seymour

19 July 2012

It took just one listen to get caught up in the shiny synth groove and pluck this song “Happy Home” for the Early Summer New Music Playist.
 

Portland multi-instrumentalist Dorian Duvall likes to call his personal musical genre “disco-hop”, after dabbling in electro pop. He appears in the new video created by Andrew Sloan of monstrousmedia.com, with some crafty use of Reynolds Wrap to begin a journey beyond space and time. The song is off the debut release due in September, Mirror Gazer. Fans can also catch Onuinu on tour with Tycho and Starfucker through the fall.


  
TOUR DATES
7-20 Seattle, WA - Capitol Hill Block Party
9-6 Portland, OR - Music Fest NW - Doug Fir Lounge
10-15 Santa Barbara, CA - Soho Restaurant & Music Club ^
10-16 San Luis Obispo, CA - SLO Brewing Company ^
10-17 Sacramento, CA - Harlows ^
10-19 Eugene, OR - WOW Hall ^
10-20 Bellingham, WA - The Wild Buffalo ^
10-21 Spokane, WA - A Club ^
10-22 Pullman, WA - Bellflower Concert House ^
10-23 Boise, ID - Reef ^
10-25 Salt Lake City, UT - Kilby ^
10-25 Salt Lake City, UT - Urban Lounge ^
10-27 Denver, CO - Bluebird Theater ^
10-29 Lawrence, KS - The Granada Theatre ^
10-30 Columbia, MO - The Blue Note ^
10-31 Tulsa, OK - Cains Ballroom ^
11-1 Little Rock, AR - Revolution Music Room ^
11-2 Dallas, TX - Trees ^
11-5 El Paso, TX - Lowbrow Palace ^
11-6 Santa Fe, NM - Sol at Santa Fe Brewing Company ^
11-7 Phoenix, AZ - The Crescent Ballroom ^
11-8 Flagstaff, AZ - The Green Room ^

* = w/ Tycho
^ = w/ Starfucker

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