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Man Man backs "On Oni Pond" with short U.S. run

Experimental rockers Man Man will launch a quick club tour across the Southern U.S. in mid-January as they continue supporting "On Oni Pond." // Tour dates at SoundSpike Experimental rockers Man Man will launch a quick club tour across the Southern U.S. in mid-January as they continue supporting "On Oni Pond."

Man Man, Murder By Death head out for U.S. club gigs

Experimental rock outfit Man Man will take on a co-headlining winter run with alt-rockers Murder By Death in continued support of last year's "Life Fantastic." // Tour dates at SoundSpike Experimental rock outfit Man Man will take on a co-headlining winter run with alt-rockers Murder By Death in continued support of last year's "Life Fantastic."

Calgary Folk Festival spotlights "arranged marriages"

Singer/songwriter St. Vincent will front Man Man and Joe Henry will partner with the Swell Season at this year's Calgary Folk Festival as part of its "arranged marriages" series, in which acts are placed in one-time-only collaborations. // Tour dates at SoundSpike Singer/songwriter St. Vincent will front Man Man and Joe Henry will partner with the Swell Season at this year's Calgary Folk Festival as part of its "arranged marriages" series, in which acts are placed in one-time-only collaborations.
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Album Review: Man Man, "Rabbit Habits" (Anti-)

With a barrage of instantly quirky instrumentations--involving squeaky toys, xylophones, pots, pans and sousaphones--Man Man nonetheless make a serious point on their third album: to be theatrical, percussion-driven artists, gleefully teetering on a fine line between the indie-rock ruckus of Modest Mouse and the playful chaos of Phish. With a barrage of instantly quirky instrumentations--involving squeaky toys, xylophones, pots, pans and sousaphones--Man Man nonetheless make a serious point on their third album: to be theatrical, percussion-driven artists, gleefully teetering on a fine line between the indie-rock ruckus of Modest Mouse and the playful chaos of Phish.