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Double the bang for your buck - WIN FREE TICKETS TO BOTH KILLER SHOWS! Kid Congo & the Pink Monkey Birds + King Khan & the Shrines = one hell of a night in Detroit October 25th

Go ahead and mark Friday October 25th in your calender now so you don't forget that both Kid Congo & the Pink Monkey Birds AND King Khan & the Shrines will be playing the same night at the same venue

We have a few sets of tickets for both shows and we will be awarding a pair to each to each winner!

Good luck and please no begging just bribes!

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Legendary guitar stylist Kid Congo Powers (The Gun Club, The Cramps, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds), along with cohorts bassist Kiki Solis (Knife In The Water), drummer Ron Miller (Up The Academy), and guitarist Mark Cisneros (Deathfix), embark on a full US/Canadian tour beginning October 6th. The new album, 'Haunted Head', was engineered and mixed at the now well-known Harveyville Project High School in Kansas and is their third for In The Red Records. Waking from a nap in the swamps of outer space, Kid Congo & The Pink Monkey Birds ride a geisterbahn into the hypnagogic, a place between sleep and consciousness also known as the “Haunted Head”. 

Pick up the new vinyl "Haunted Head" 
from In the Red Records

Though often called the "wildest show on earth" and known for their spectacle of a stage show, King Khan & The Shrines aren't afraid to mix their velvety pop and soul-infused, psyched-out numbers with meaning and seriousness evident through album title, Idle No More, named after an indigenous-rights movement, and plenty of songs about the state of the world we live in today. Consider album track, "Darkness," which, as King Khan says, is about the "ugly beasts that must be tamed inside of us all" and also his "attempt to do something as real as Nina Simone." Visually presented through the excellent new stop-motion video, written, directed and produced by Benjael Halfmaderoz/Hylas Film, the "Darkness" video is the perfect accompaniment to the melancholy message set forth in this song. So, take a minute, soak in the "Darkness," read about the video via T: The New York Times Style Magazine's worldwide premiere,and then kick things back up with the rip roaring horn lines, southern fried guitar riffs and lyrseric melodies of Idle No More's previously shared "Born to Die."

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