Hell Yeah Hoxeyville!

Posted by Tyler on August 25, 2010 1 Comment

Thanks to everyone at Hoxeyville who came and rocked so very hard on Saturday night.  What a wonderfully crowded and sweaty-covered treat that was for all of us.  We had a blast.  Check out these pictures of the show by two fantastic photographers, Michael Erlewine and Jeff Dykhuis!  Make sure to take a look at their pages and see more of their work.

Thank you Lollapalooza, Popmatters, and Seventeen!

Posted by Tyler on August 10, 2010 Leave a comment

Ahh, the post-Lollapalooza come-down.  What an amazing and inspiring weekend.  Thanks to everyone who came to our set — estimates have it that we hit 4,000 by the end!

 

Popmatters is doing a 3-part story on MDD, the long road leading to Lollapalooza, and what the post-Lolla has in store for us.  Check out part 1 here:

Popmatters My Dear Disco Feature, pt. 1

. . . stay tuned for part 2 coming out in the very near future!

Lastly, thanks to Seventeen for a very nice write-up on the band.  We never saw a grease-bus becoming a teen heart-throb, but you never know with kids these days . . .

MDD in Seventeen!

This week: WGN, Lollapalooza, and The Neon Trees

Posted by Tyler on August 3, 2010 Leave a comment

We’re frying up some big fish this week.  First, we’re doing a live in-studio performance this Thursday morning on WGN’s “News at 9.”  Check out Frank Caliendo recently on the show!

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_u580CoYRls

We have some big shoes to fill here.  Frank’s good.  Real good.   We’ll just have to do better — it’s simply not a choice.

Second fish frying — the much anticipated weekend at Lollapalooza!

We’re STOKED to play, and then immediately witness some of the world’s finest on stage.  Particular buzzworthy perfomances in the MDD world are: Lady Gaga, Mute Math, Phoenix, The Black Keys, Erikah Badu, and Jamie Lidell.

Third fried fishy: we’re playing with the Neon Trees at a Lollapalooza after-party on Saturday night.  We like neon AND trees.  Serendipity at it’s best.  So where is it?  It’s a seeecret!  Only on the day-of can we tell of such a promised land.  Stay tuned  . . .