Los Angeles-based instrumental "power duo" El Ten Eleven announces a fresh batch of US/Canada dates which includes a Canadian show opening for Peter Hook & The Light, and Winter dates with Eliot Lipp. Full list of dates below including their previously announced Sept. dates and the West Coast dates happening this Fall / Winter.
This remix by Brooklyn producer Eliot Lipp was originally intended to be released on the band's Transitions Remixed which is the remix album of their most recent full-length Transitions LP. This remix album was El Ten Eleven's first official foray into the remix world and featured work by an eclectic curation of producers including Com Truise, Slow Magic, Amp Live (of Zion I), Max Tundra, D33J, Odd Nosdam, and more - even the band's own bassist wizard Kristian Dunn contributed one.
The band will release a new EP featuring several new studio tracks and a couple remixes (including the Eliot Lipp remix) in conjunction with the Fall tour - full details on that release are forthcoming, so stay tuned.
9/19 Toronto, ON - The Hoxton #
9/20 Philadelphia, PA - Johnny Brenda's *
9/21 Washington, DC - U Street Music Hall *
9/22 Charlottesville, VA - The Southern *
9/26 Fort Collins, CO - Hodi's Half Note *
9/27 Denver, CO - Bluebird Theatre *
9/28 Colorado Springs, CO - The Black Sheep *
12/05 Vancouver, BC - Electric Owl
12/06 Seattle, WA - Neumo's
12/07 Portland, OR - Wonder Ballroom
12/13 San Francisco, CA - Slim's
12/14 Los Angeles, CA - El Rey Theatre
* = w/ Elliot Lipp
# = supporting Peter Hook & The Light
Photo by Fonald Photography
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