The Dodos Play Late Night With David Letterman This Friday January 8th

Exclusive 2010 Noise Pop Performance Featuring Special Collaboration With Magik Magik Orchestra At Palace Of Fine Arts – Premiere “Longform” Video On Pitchfork TV / Perform On Fuel TV’s “Check 1, 2” On 12/21


Time To Die Out Now On Frenchkiss Records

Click Here To View “Longform” On Pitchfork TV


“…quite possibly the most gorgeous Dodos composition to date”


“[Fables] suntanned folk jam is five minutes of Indian summer swaddled in acoustic guitar and marimba”

NPR Song Of The Day:

“…nestled in an ideal middle ground, where familiarity coexists with refreshing rhythmic surprises.”

The Onion:

“…Sampled vocal loops, syncopated plucking and drumming, spiky electric guitar, and vibraphone hits merge into a bright and bristling clatter.”

The Dodos will be making their US television debut this Friday January 8th on The Late Show With David Letterman! Please tune in to what will prove to be one of the greatest TV performances of 2010. And Airing Monday, December 21, at 8:00pm ET / 5:00pm PT, and re-airing several more times over the next month, FUEL TV will showcase “Check 1, 2: The Dodos.”Indie rock outfit The Dodos use their unconventional approach to conjure up some beautiful, live noise. Follow the band on their journey down the Pacific Coast starting in their hometown of San Francisco. In Big Sur they present a magical set at the Henry Miller Library. Several days later they visit the legendary Casbah in San Diego. This intimate mini-documentary features songs such as “Fools” from the band’s breakout release Visitor as well as “Fables” and “This is a Business” from their most recent Frenchkiss Records offering Time To Die.

The Dodos and Magik Magik Orchestra will premiere a one of a kind exclusive performance at Noise Pop 2010 at Palace Of Fine Arts. Minna, the leader of the Magik Magik Orchestra has written this below to give everybody some info and insight into the show: “It will be our first time playing a Noise Pop. I am composing 10 arrangements of Dodos songs all featuring the band and various members of the orchestra. Some songs will sound quite different from the original. I’m aiming to have at least one song from every Dodos record to date including Meric’s solo EP. We will be a 26 piece formation for this show including a small women’s choir, strings, winds, brass and lots of percussion as that seems appropriate for the Dodos sound.”

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