KAYO DOT Announce U.S. Tour

KAYO DOT, the Massachusetts-based musical project featuring former members of the now-defunct MAUDLIN OF THE WELL, have lined up the following dates during November:

Nov. 01 - Modern Formations - Pittsburgh, PA
Nov. 02 - Pat's In The Flats - Cleveland, OH
Nov. 03 - The Bottom Lounge - Chicago, IL
Nov. 04 - Rocket Bar - St. Louis, MO
Nov. 05 - Vaudeville Mews - Des Moines, IA
Nov. 06 - The Construct - Denver, CO
Nov. 09 - Sunset Tavern - Seattle, WA
Nov. 10 - Berbati's Pan - Portland, OR
Nov. 12 - The Hemlock Tavern - San Francisco, CA
Nov. 14 - Silverlake Lounge - Los Angeles, CA
Nov. 16 - Solar Culture - Tucson, AZ
Nov. 17 - The Paper Heart Gallery - Phoenix, AZ
Nov. 21 - The Wreck Room - Fort Worth, TX
Nov. 24 - The Mermaid Lounge - New Orleans, LA
Nov. 25 - Lenny's - Atlanta, GA
Nov. 26 - The Muse - Nashville, TN
Nov. 27 - Vincent's Ear - Asheville, NC
Nov. 29 - The Supreme Imperial - Baltimore, MD

KAYO DOT's debut album, "Choirs Of The Eye", was released in October 2003 through Tzadik Records. The CD features five tracks and clocks in at about 56 minutes. According to the group's official web site, "KAYO DOT isn't much different from MAUDLIN OF THE WELL musically — rather it's more like a continuation in the direction MAUDLIN OF THE WELL had been progressing." MP3 clips of the tracks "Wayfarer", "The Antique" and "The Manifold Curiosity" can be downloaded from this location.


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