Le Tigre pair announce new project

JD Samson and Johanna Fateman reveal MEN

Le Tigre pair announce new project
JD Samson and Johanna Fateman of Le Tigre have announced a new project in which they have joined forces as a touring DJ duo.

MEN will see the two ladies tour of North America, kicking off February 20 in Seattle, WA.

In addition to spinning other people’s records, MEN are currently working on their own material which they aim to release this year.

The dates are:

Seattle, WA Nectar (February 20)
Portland, OR Holocene (21)
Boise, ID Neurolux (22)
Salt Lake City, UT (23)
Denver, CO Hi Dive (24)
Columbia, MO Mojo’s/The Blue Note (26)
Minneapolis, MN Kitty Kat Club (27)
Chicago, IL Sonotheque (28)
Cleveland, OH Grog Shop (29)
Toronto, Ontario Lee’s Palace (March 1)
Montreal, Quebec Les Saints (2)
Allston, MA Great Scott (3)
Philadelphia, PA North Star Bar (4)
Brooklyn, NY Union Hall (6)
Washington DC Black Cat (7)
Chapel Hill, NC Local 506 (8)
Mount Pleasant, SC Village Tavern (9)
Atlanta, GA The Earl (10)
New Orleans, LA One Eyed Jacks (11)
Austin, TX SXSW (12-16)

--By our New York staff.
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