DJ SHADOW 'PRESS'ES ON WITH LIVE SHOWS

The turntable legend follows up his UK shows with a quick jaunt Stateside...

DJ SHADOW 'PRESS'ES ON WITH LIVE SHOWS
DJ SHADOW has announced details of a US tour.

The turntable legend has already announced details of three shows in the UK for May in support of his new album 'The Private Press', which is released on May 27. The album is the follow-up to the seminal 'Endtroducing', which was released six years ago.

Now, US dates have been added at: New York Irving Plaza (June 3)
New York Bowery Ballroom (4)
Chicago Parkwest (6)
Minneapolis First Avenue (7)
Seattle Showbox (9)
San Francisco Fillmore (11)

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