Deastro Release “Live At Lime” Wire EP & Baeble Music In Studio Exclusive Performance / On Tour Now / Free Grower EP OUT NOW “Moondagger” Out Next Week June 23rd On Ghostly International

Deastro

Photographed by Eric Ogden for USA Network’s ‘Character Project’ @ The Heidleberg Project Archives – Detroit, MI.

Live At Lime EP

Baeble Music Interview

Baeble Music Performance

Baeble Photos

Click Here For Daytrotter Session

Click Here To Download GROWER EP

Click Here To View Rolling Stone Breaking Band Piece

Click Here To Follow Randolph Chalbot On Twitter

Pitchfork Premieres Second Single “Vermillion Plaza”

Impose Magazine

Paste Magazines Band Of The Week

Real Detroit Weekly “Artist Of The Year

Randolph Chabot has been making albums since he was 12 years old — now, at 22, the Detroit-based musician known as Deastro is ready for his close-up.

“Vermillion Plaza” the second single from Deastro’s upcoming full-length debut Moondagger, miniaturizes the album’s best assets and shoots them out of a cannon. Plucky synth arpeggios, end-of-the-world choruses, joyously careening melody lines–it’s all there, squashed into a life-affirming three minutes and 50 seconds. When Chabot pleads for contact, singing, “Would you be my son / ’cause all of mine have died?,” it’s less a cry of self-pity than an exhilarating salute to the power of human connection.

Recently, Chicago-based photographer/videographer James P. Morse–a longtime friend and collaborator of Ghostly’s–followed Chabot around Detroit for a day and edited the footage into “Ghostly Presents: Deastro,” a video profile whose warm, colorful aesthetic matches Chabot’s energy and positivity to a T. Chabot putters around his Detroit home, visits his favorite bookstore, gushes about Isaac Asimov and Simone de Beauvoir, and plays a sweaty, packed show with his band. It’s a loving portrait of an artist who stays true to his beliefs, staying passionate, engaged, and creative in all of his endeavors.

Deastro’s full-band debut, Moondagger, arrives on June 23rd, and his “Vermillion Plaza” single — along with its B-side, a squelchy, lumbering remix by Ghostly Swim featured artist Mux Mool — drops May 12th on Ghostly International.

US June Tour Dates

06.18 Minneapolis, MN @ 7th Street Entry
06.21 Vancouver, BC @ Media Club
06.22 Seattle, WA @ The Vera Project
06.23 Portland, OR @ Holocene
06.24 San Francisco, CA @ Bottom of the Hill
06.25 Los Angeles, CA @ Spaceland
06.28 – Indianapolis IN @ The Vollrath (MOKB)
06.30 – Detroit MI W/ Black Moth Super Rainbow @ The Magic Stick

Grower EP Tracklisting

1. Friends
2. Rouge River
3. Cass Corrider
3. Grower
4. Forest Arms
5. Guardian

http://ghostly.com/artists/deastro

http://www.myspace.com/deastro

http://www.ghostly.com/releases/moondagger

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