Inspired by a background in classical percussion and an obsession with synthesizers, Jeremy Malvin creates music under the name Chrome Sparks. Jeremy grew up in Pittsburgh, then went to music school at University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. Two years later, he left school and went on extensive tours as the drummer for Stepdad, Miniature Tigers, and Rich Aucoin. Jeremy currently resides in Brooklyn, where he spends his time working on music in his bedroom, often leaving it to play DJ sets. Although Jeremy works on the recordings alone and has not done many live performances, the Chrome Sparks live realization has had many different incarnations, ranging from a one man show to an eight piece band. Currently, Jeremy does live performances with two dear friends and successfully brings his vision to life with an electrifying live show that is not to be missed! Catch him on tour with Anamanaguchi this Spring!
5/14/13 - Tempe, AZ - Yucca Tap Room
5/16/13 - Denver, CO - Larimer Lounge
5/17/13 - Los Angeles, CA - Lure #+
5/18/13 - Wichita, KS - Lucky's Everyday
5/21/13 - Little Rock, AK - Stickyz
5/22/13 - Nashville, TN - Anthem
5/23/13 - Cincinnati, OH - MOTR Pub
5/24/13 - Detroit, MI - St. Andrews Hall ^
5/25/13 - Chicago, IL - Lincoln Hall ^
5/26/13 - Minneapolis, MN - Triple Rock Social Club ^
5/27/13 - Iowa City, IA - Blue Moose Tap House ^
5/28/13 - St. Louis, MO - The Demo ^
5/30/13 - Lawrence, KS - Jackpot Music Hall ^
5/31/13 - Denver, CO - Marquis Theatre ^
6/01/13 - Salt Lake City, UT - The Shred Shed ^
6/04/13 - Vancouver, BC - Biltmore Cabaret ^
6/06/13 - Seattle, WA - Chop Suey ^
6/07/13 - Portland, OR - Backspace ^
6/09/13 - San Francisco, CA - Rickshaw Shop ^
6/11/13 - Los Angeles, CA - Echoplex ^
# w/ Fred Falke
+ DJ Set
^ w/ Anamanaguchi
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