Minneapolis based electronic wizard Martin Dosh is back with his fifth studio album, titled Tommy in honor of recently deceased Dosh sound man Tom Cesario. The first song released off the album is the jazzy, knotty instrumental (save for scat vocals) ditty “Subtractions,” which highlights Dosh’s ambient but organic sound that ebbs and flows with his usual wide arrary of instruments. Guest on the album, which drops April 13th on Anticon, include usual suspects Mike Lewis, Andrew Bird, Jeremy Ylvisaker and a small army of others.
Dosh will be playing three shows in his hometown the nights of April 9th-11th at the 7th St. Entry, the MacPhail Center For Music and the Bedlam Theatre, respectively.
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