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Customer Reviews

Danny D can be my daddy any Dee

If dan deacon were my father he would be the coolest dad in dad school and wouldn't break any dad rules and would pick you up if I asked him to.

Yes. Just yes.

Dan Deacon is just purely awesome. Seeing him perform "Wham City" live was the most amazing and expressive sight I've ever had at a concert. I've seen him perform twice, and I can honestly say that he's one of my favorite people in the modern music 'business'. Dan Deacon's work is more of an experience than just music. Plus, he's just a wicked nice guy.

like brilliantly colored magic mushrooms growing on the decomposing body of popular culture

The AMG reviewer obviously had the wrong set of ears to hear this music with! Wham City is such a pure, crazy, joyful song, the first time I heard it was a bonified religious experience. Without trying too hard to put it into words, I mean that I realized that such transcendent moments of creative bliss is what true religion is about! even when inspired by jokey electro art-punk songs

Biography

Born: August 28, 1981 in Baltimore, MD

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Equally influenced by diverse artists like Devo, Talking Heads, Scratch Orchestra, Raymond Scott, and Conlon Nancarrow, electronic music composer Dan Deacon studied electro-acoustic and computer music composition at Purchase College in New York. While he was a student, he issued his first recordings in small runs on CD-R, including Green Cobra Is Awesome vs. the Sun, Silly Hat vs. Egale Hat (yes, "Egale"), and Meetle Mice, all released in 2003. He later moved to Baltimore, Maryland, and became an...
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