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The Removals Release Party featuring DTCV!



photo courtesy of DTCV facebook page

Our SECOND feature film, THE REMOVALS, will celebrate its world-wide release on Tuesday, May 17, and we couldn’t be more excited! We love it so much that we thought we’d throw a party and invite some friends...and bring along our new favorite band. The sometimes French, melodically fuzzy, DTCV, will be taking the stage after the movie at Spacebar.

The band consists of Lola G. and James Greer (author of the novels The Failure and Artificial Light). They hail from Joshua Tree but recently made the jump to Columbus. Lola met novelist, screenwriter, and guitarist James Greer while playing in the L.A. stoner/garage scene. Bored with the L.A. lifestyle, the two joined forces and began writing songs which turned into the "Anarcho-symbolist" rock band that is, DTCV. James Greer’s name might ring a bell as he was a member of the iconic Dayton, OH band, Guided by Voices.

DTCV, Confusion Moderne, on the Radio Waves blog by Two Dollar RadioTheir latest album, 'Confusion Moderne', was written by Lola entirely in French—her native tongue. The album was released in France via La Souterraine (Feb. 2016) and in the U.S. via Xemu and Lolipop Records (April 2016). They will be touring in support of 'Confusion Moderne' for most of this year. Be sure to catch them in a town near you!

Also, click HERE to watch their video for "Histoire seule" directed by Steven Soderbergh.

RSVP (and invite more friends) via the Facebook event.

Posted by Brett Gregory on 10 May, 2016 DTCV, Nicholas Rombes, Spacebar, The Removals, Two Dollar Radio | 0 comments
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