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Geographer at Spoke Cafe by Steven Ward
Geographer marks a long return to the stage with album release show for “Down and Out in the Garden of Earthly Delights”

Hosting an intimate gathering of fans and friends at Spoke Cafe in Los Angeles, Geographer ended his nearly three-year hiatus from the stage with a release show for his newest album Down and Out in the Garden of Earthly Delights. Michael Deni, the synth-pop wizard behind the project, performed a number of songs off the […]

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Geographer share euphoric video/single for synth-pop anthem “Peripheral Vision”

Geographer has shared a video for their new song “Peripheral Vision,” a stirring anthem with all the shimmer of an 80’s synth-pop track. On it, frontman Michael Deni howls away alongside a rush of pulsing drums and scattered synthesizers, reveling in the ways in which we exist just at the edges of each other’s often […]

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Geographer drops his lush new offering and trippy visuals

In the heat of the moment, we have all said things we do not mean. Things we wish we could take back. In those situations, it can be hard for the person on the receiving end to not take it personally. If they only were to stop and say, do you really mean that? Then […]

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Geographer let the heartache flourish on “Read My Mind” off upcoming Alone Time EP

Geographer, the grandiose synth-pop project with cello-allure helmed by Mike Deni have unveiled their newest ambitions in the form of the Alone Time EP of which their single “Read My Mind” is a first glimpse of. As lush as any Geographer track, “Read My Mind” perches its surging soundscape on the aches and yearnings of Deni’s […]

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RAC, Big Data, and Geographer at Club Nokia: an orgiastic explosion of sonic beats and grooves

Club Nokia was the place to be last Friday as remix kings RAC hosted a night of celebration for electronic music artists that included performances by Geographer and Big Data. But the lo-fi instrumentals of filous opened the night; his method of using his guitar and ukulele to record chords and then play them back […]

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Win Tickets to RAC with Big Data at The Shrine Expo Hall

Photo Credit: Jon Duenas Electronic music producer/multi-instrumentalist RAC (Remix Artist Collective) aka André Allen Anjos has perfected the art of the alternative remix, breathing new life into tunes from various top-notch indie artists such as Washed Out, Phoenix, Yeah Yeah Yeahs and more. His newest single “One House” (feat. Speak) is available now and you won’t […]

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Geographer and Smoke Season captivate the El Rey Theatre with marvelous performances

Geographer played the El Rey this past Saturday night captivating fans with a blissful performance. Michael Deni came out dressed in sleek black, and right away hypnotized the packed room with his charming stage presence and vocals. Deni is a man of many talents and seamlessly transitions from vocals, guitar, keys and sax. The people in […]

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Win Tickets to Geographer at The El Rey Theatre

San Francisco indie rock trio Geographer are taking Southern California by storm this January, including a special stop at the El Rey Theatre on Saturday, January 17th. Per the band’s website, lucky attendees will be of the first to hear new songs from their upcoming album! We caught them last year putting on a spectacular […]

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Geographer at Echoplex – Nov 5
Just Announced: Geographer at Echoplex – Nov. 5

Did you miss them at the Getty this past Saturday? Well, Geographer are back with a headlining show date at the Echoplex on Tuesday, November 5. We last caught Geographer at the Echo this past February and it was a spectacular show full of stage dives and crowd interaction (just look at the photo above). […]

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Hot New Music: Kacey Johansing – Grand Ghosts – Album Review

  Close your eyes and imagine hearing the voice of a glamorous lounge singer circa 1940 with sultry vocals created to melt your heart. Kacey Johansing’s sophomore LP Grand Ghosts, blends the classic beauty of yesteryear with a touch of sullen tone and modern experimental music. Her warm and rich vocals have an old-timey feel that’s […]

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