Psych-folk fans should be freaking out--and rightfully so--about tomorrow night's show at The Loft, featuring Woods, Denton's own Matthew and The Arrogant Sea, and Sweden's Dungen, the last of which Observer contributor Andy Tennille geeks out on in this week's paper. In particular, Tennille extolled the virtue's of Dungen's latest, 4, calling it "a tighter, full-band record, compared with the sprawling visions of 2007's Tio Bitar and 2004's marvelous Ta Det Lugnt," which I take as high praise.
Which, among other reasons, is why we're stoked that the folks at AEG Live are hooking DC9 readers with five pairs of tickets to tomorrow night's show. Want one of the pairs? Shoot me an email right now with "Dungen Keeper" as the subject line, and, if you're among the first five to do so, you and a friend are seeing this show for free. Good luck!
Update: Contest is over. Congrats to our winners!
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