Damo Suzuki

Japanese avant-rock and krautrock singer-guitarist, best known as the front-man of Can.

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Damo Suzuki

DICTIONARY PUDDING land another legend

DAMO SUZUKI A genuinely unique talent, Damo Suzuki found fame after krautrock legends CAN found him busking in the streets of 70s Cologne. Immediately drafting him in to replace Malcolm Mooney, the band, oft-considered one of the single greatest outfits in western musical history went on to record a plethora of seminal LPs, including TAGO MAGO and EGE BAMYASI.

Damo Suzuki's never-ending tour here makes a rare stop-off in Brighton, where he will perform with an assembly of hand-picked local musicians. Suzuki's synthetic language creates an absolutely astonishing performance, his voice remains a beautiful philosopher's stone, the alchemical jigsaw piece of the krautrock puzzle.

  • Musicians will be announced nearer the time (clue: its not you, daft earnest humourless male guitar man bloke and its probably not any of your gormless mates who you jam with, either)


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Tour dates 2019

At 4 venues:

The Hope & Ruin, Brighton

10–12 Queens Road, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 3WA

Thu 27 Jun

£13.20 / 01273 325793

The Jazz Cafe, London NW1

5 Parkway, London, NW1 7PG

Wed 26 Jun

£16.50 / 0844 847 2514

Portland Arms, Cambridge

Mitcham's Corner, Cambridge, CB4 3BA

Wed 18 Sep

£13.75 / 01223 357268

The Printworks, Hastings

14 Claremont, Hastings, England, TN34 1HE

Fri 28 Jun

£13.20 / 01424 425532

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