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"90"- Pompeya (Fred Falke Remix)

Song of the Day/You Need to Hear This!



Pompeya is an up-and-coming `80s-influenced band from Russia (their debut album "Tropical" was released last month). Fred Falke is a producer who has worked with the likes of Annie and Lana Del Rey.

Enter magic happening:


Pompeya's North American Tour 2o13 (NO PHOENIX :( )

Pompeya 2013 Tour Dates
Sat, Nov 23 // Miami, FL @ The Garrett at Grand Central
Wed, Nov 27 // Autlán, Mexico @ Autlán's Festival
Thu, Nov 28 // Mexico City, Mexico @ El Imperial
Fri, Nov 29 // Guadalajara, Mexico @ Casa Ignacio Diaz Morales
Sun, Dec 1 // Managua, Nicaragua @ Meka House
Tue, Dec 3 // Miami, FL @ Soho House
Thu, Dec 5 // Tampa, FL @ The Hub
Fri, Dec 6 // Orlando, FL @ Will's Pub
Sun, Dec 8 // Raleigh, NC @ Pour House Music Hall
Tue, Dec 10 // Washington, DC @ Black Cat
Thu, Dec 12 // Philadelphia, PA @ North Star Bar

Fri, Dec 13 // Brooklyn, NY @ Cameo Gallery



Free music yes please:



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