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About Dan Deacon

Dan Deacon is a nut. A classically trained musician with a Masters degree in electo-acoustic something-or-other, the Baltimore-based Deacon creates ecstatic, highly caffeinated electronic schizo-pop out of knobs and machines and devices. A vaunted member of his hometown's semi-legendary Wham City artist collective, he performs solo, surrounded by contraptions and a homemade lightshow. He's that weird. Listen to his jammers. They'll make you feel weird too, in a special way.

Listen toDan Deaconon Rhapsody

Dan Deacon is a nut. A classically trained musician with a Masters degree in electo-acoustic something-or-other, the Baltimore-based Deacon creates ecstatic, highly caffeinated electronic schizo-pop out of knobs and machines and devices. A vaunted member of his hometown's semi-legendary Wham City artist collective, he performs solo, surrounded by contraptions and a homemade lightshow. He's that weird. Listen to his jammers. They'll make you feel weird too, in a special way.

About Dan Deacon

Dan Deacon is a nut. A classically trained musician with a Masters degree in electo-acoustic something-or-other, the Baltimore-based Deacon creates ecstatic, highly caffeinated electronic schizo-pop out of knobs and machines and devices. A vaunted member of his hometown's semi-legendary Wham City artist collective, he performs solo, surrounded by contraptions and a homemade lightshow. He's that weird. Listen to his jammers. They'll make you feel weird too, in a special way.

About Dan Deacon

Dan Deacon is a nut. A classically trained musician with a Masters degree in electo-acoustic something-or-other, the Baltimore-based Deacon creates ecstatic, highly caffeinated electronic schizo-pop out of knobs and machines and devices. A vaunted member of his hometown's semi-legendary Wham City artist collective, he performs solo, surrounded by contraptions and a homemade lightshow. He's that weird. Listen to his jammers. They'll make you feel weird too, in a special way.