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Goldspot Mini Tour


11/09/2009
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(PR) From New Delhi to New Jersey, Goldspot's sophomore LP, And the Elephant Is Dancing, seamlessly fuses the cross-cultural influences of frontman Siddhartha Khosla's upbringing into an infectious pastiche of indie-pop nuggets. The follow-up to the critically acclaimed debut, Tally Of The Yes Men, is available now worldwide on iTunes.

Co-produced by Khosla and Beach Boys engineer Jeff Peters, this album has lived in Khosla's mind since he was a child, growing up in his New Jersey home listening to a mix of Bollywood oldies and Western rock bands. "Mohd. Rafi, Michael Stipe of REM, Kishore Kumar, and The Beatles all have inspired me ever since I could sing my first note," Khosla reveals.

While these influences are widely apparent in the 11-song collection, the album also evokes sunny California pop, 1960s Indian films and George Harrison's psychedelia-tinged work. The new tracks will be showcased on a mini East Coast tour kicking off November 19 in New York.

Goldspot On Tour

November 19 New York, N.Y. Piano's
November 20 Philadelphia, Pa. World Café Live
November 22 Washington, D.C. Black Cat



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