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Secret Chiefs 3 West Coast 2014 dates announced

Progressive world strangeness will be manifesting all up and down the West Coast of North America in February of 2014, thanks to Secret Chiefs 3 and some of their friends. Some of the bills will be shared with Atomic Ape, others with miRthkon. At select dates SC3 will be performing John Zorn's Masada.

by Jon Davis, Published 2014-01-27

Check out the Web of Mimicry tour page for the dates during the first two weeks of February.

In related news, there will be a limited edition 7" single available at the shows featuring alternate versions of tunes from the forthcoming Secret Chiefs 3 album. This item is also available for pre-order from WoM.


Filed under: Concerts

Related artist(s): miRthkon, John Zorn, Secret Chiefs 3

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http://webofmimicry.com

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