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RADIO MOSCOW – European tour dates

The Great Escape Of Leslie Maganfuzz
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Sounding like Cream on a heady mixture of acid and amphetamines, Radio Moscow will detonate your mind with one listen to their third album “The Great Escape of Leslie Magnafuzz”. – Terrascope Rumbles

Nothing succeeds like excess and Radio Moscow deserve a shedload of it. Success, that is. An old-style power trio with an overload of psychedelic headspace, they’re structured around guitarist Parker Griggs whose exemplary six-string work carves sonic holes. – i94 Bar

3 & 3 Quarters — Radio Moscow previously unreleased debut album COMING SOON


Photo by Robert Matheu

RADIO MOSCOW tour dates
March 30 @ The Satellite – Los Angeles CA
March 31 After Party @ Yucca Tap Room – Phoenix AZ
April 1 @ Billy O’s – Ventura, CA
European dates
April 6 @ Le Clacson – Lyon, France
April 7 @ La Grange à Musique – Creil, France
April 9 @ Db’s – Utrecht, Netherlands
April 10 @ La Peniche – Lille, France
April 11 @ Point Fmr – Paris, France
April 12 @ Spazio 211 – Torino, Italy
April 13 @ Init – Roma, Italy
April 14 @ Covo – Bologna, Italy
April 16 @ I Boat – Bordeaux, France
April 17 @ La Taf – Montpellier, France
April 18 @ Rock Sound – Barcelona, Spain
April 19 @ Cafe Antzkoia – Bilbao, Spain
April 20 @Gaztereku – Onati, Spain
April 21 @ Micro Musicas Fest – Murcia, Spain
April 22 @ El Sol – Madrid, Spain
April 25 @ La Chocolaterie – Bruxelles, Belgium
April 26 @ Melkweg Sugar Club – Amsterdam, Netherlands
April 27 @ Baroeg – Rotterdam, Netherlands
April 28 @ Vera – Groningen, Netherlands
April 29 @ Effenaar – Eindhoven, Netherlands
April 30 @ Garaj Istanbul – Istanbul, Turkey
May 3 @ Six Dogs – Athens, Greece
May 4 @ Stage Line – Larissa, Greece

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2 responses

  1. Dominic

    Too bad he think he’s far more important than his rythm section. I’m not really interested anymore, I don’t like to listen to music made by a dickhead

    March 9, 2012 at 2:01 pm

  2. Russell Neal

    He did not leave his rhythm section – they chose to move on for personal reasons. Happens all the time in bands. Group dynamics can be very complicated but they are part of the evolution of music.

    March 9, 2012 at 7:39 pm

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