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Atmosphere Extends ‘North Of Hell Tour’

03:01 PM Thursday 8/14/14 | |

Atmosphere is packing its fall schedule with even more dates. The hip hop duo has added another U.S. leg to its “North Of Hell Tour,” following an August/September jaunt through the States and a Europe excursion in October.

This week MC Sean Daley (aka Slug) and producer Anthony Davis (aka Ant) also revealed the video for the title track to their seventh studio album, Southsiders. Appropriately enough, the vid was filmed in South Minneapolis.

“Turn the music up and get dumb. Watch our new video for ‘Southsiders’ below,” the duo posted on Facebook.

The tour begins and ends in the act’s hometown of Minneapolis, starting with a sold out gig at First Avenue Aug. 22. Details about the closing show will be announced in the coming weeks.

Here are the new dates, which feature Prof, deM atlas and DJ Fundo on most gigs.

Nov. 4 – Columbia, Mo., The Blue Note       
Nov. 5 – Tulsa, Okla., Cain’s Ballroom         
Nov. 6 – Little Rock, Ark., Juanita’s Cantina Ballroom       
Nov. 7 – Austin, Texas, Auditorium Shores (Fun Fun Fun Fest)     
Nov. 9 – Dallas, Texas, House Of Blues      
Nov. 10 – Houston, Texas, House Of Blues
Nov. 11 – New Orleans, La., Tipitina’s Uptown      
Nov. 12 – Atlanta, Ga., Center Stage Theater
Nov. 14 – Richmond, Va., The National       
Nov. 15 – Baltimore, Md., Rams Head Live!
Nov. 16 – New York, N.Y., Terminal 5        
Nov. 17 – New Haven, Conn., Toad’s Place
Nov. 18 – Providence, R.I., Lupo’s Heartbreak Hotel
Nov. 20 – Indianapolis, Ind., The Vogue
Nov. 21 – Grand Rapids, Mich., The Intersection
Nov. 22 – Chicago, Ill., Aragon Ballroom
Nov. 23 – Minneapolis, Minn., TBA

Support for Minneapolis will be announced soon. The Fun Fun Fest appearance only features Atmosphere.

Tickets go on sale Aug. 15 at 10 a.m. local time.

Visit Atmosphere’s Facebook page for more information.


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