JOOKABOX releases “Dead Zone RMXS”, continues to tour U.S. and Europe!

2010-02-13, Saturday: Esslingen, Germany – Komma
2010-02-14, Sunday: Trier, Germany – Ex-Haus
2010-02-15, Monday: Mannheim, Germany – Der Bock
2010-02-16, Tuesday: Lyon, France – Le Sonic
2010-02-17, Wednesday: Toulouse, France – Le Lieu Commun
2010-02-18, Thursday: Rennes, France – Antipode
2010-02-19, Friday: Paris, France – La Fleche D’Or
2010-02-20, Saturday: Tourcoing, France – Le Grand Mix
2010-02-21, Sunday: Colmar, France – Le Musee du Jouet
2010-02-22, Monday: Strasbourg, France – Stimultania
2010-02-24, Wednesday: Tunbridge Wells, United Kingdom – The Forum
2010-02-25, Thursday: London, United Kingdom – Queen of Hoxton
2010-02-26, Friday: Blackburn, United Kingdom – 41 King Street
2010-02-27, Saturday: Amsterdam, Netherlands – Melkweg
2010-02-28, Sunday: Ultrech, Netherlands – Ekko
2010-03-01, Monday: Gent, Belgium – Cafe Video

Album – Dead Zone RMXS
Label – Asthmatic Kitty/Audio Recon
Release Date – February, 2 2010

Tracklist for Dead Zone RMXS:

01. Phantom Don’t Go (Ligyro Remix)
02. Don’t Go Phantom (Amtrak Remix) (Cleared to post)
03. Zombie Tear Drops (Nomar Slevik / Id Obelus Remix)
04. Phantom Don’t Go (Brad Dujmovic Remix)
05. East Side Bangs (Ablerock Remix)
06. Don’t Go Phantom (Yeti-One Remix)
07. Zombie Tear Drops (Ligyro Remix)
08. Don’t Go Phantom (Ligyro Remix)
09. Don’t Go Phantom (Whois Louis Dub Mix)
10. Phantom Don’t Go (Solly Remix)

Praise for Dead Zone Boys:

“The Indianapolis-based singer-songwriter, who plays live with a four-piece band, makes manic, joyful, urgent albums” – Chicago Reader

“Smashing staticky drums and an aural mishmash or guitars, loops, squawking horns, warped samples (including one from fellow Hoosiers the Zero Boys) and even singing saw, Jookabox recalls similarly maximalist acts like TV On The Radio, Animal Collective or Neutral Milk Hotel, but Adamson’s work has none of the calm composure of any of those bands…The result is an unhinged and exciting take on layered indie rock that tangles itself in threads of electronic noise, garage-soul boogie, and crazed pop.” – Blurt Magazine

“There have been a plethora of musical voices that have emerged from the underbelly of decaying American cities, but few have emerged with a perspective as stoic and yet playful as Jookabox. – Present Magazine

“Prepare to have your head blown clean off by an exploding concrete ball of ferocious bass drums and guitars that’ll shock your spine with their intense therapy. Jookabox’s new album is a kaleidoscopic martyr; a hell-raising alert signalling the end of human existence.”
– Einstein Music Journal (9 out of 10)

“We’re impressed by the Indianapolis producer-songsmith’s vivid compositions, which conjure visions of Animal Collective dabbling in hip-hop and garagey soul.” – Time Out New York

“…aficionados of extravagant eclecticism should direct their attention to Dead Zone Boys, the indefinable debut album from Jookabox.” – The Independent ‘Culture Critics Picks of 2010’

“…there is a good chance that despite it’s early release date, ‘Dead Zone Boys’ could easily be among LOUD HORIZON’s Top 10 Albums for 2010.” – Loud Horizon

“…am speechless. I want the breakneck, breathless joy of this song bottled and distributed to as many people as possible. Prepare to have this firmly lodged in your head for the rest of forever.” – Its Nice That (about “You Cried Me”)


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