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Dam Mantle & Lovers' Rights - Dam Mantle & Lovers' Rights (feat. Dam Mantle & Lovers' Rights)
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Dam Mantle & Lovers' Rights

Dam Mantle & Lovers' Rights (feat. Dam Mantle & Lovers' Rights)


Released: 1st October 2012 | 4 track leftfield/idm ep

Dam Mantle will be playing a launch show at Huw Stephen's The Social in London on 2nd October and then joining Errors on their UK tour in later that month - full dates, including additional headline shows, at the bottom of the page.

Dam Mantle's performances are central to the focus of the project. Over the past few years he has been on tour with cohort Gold Panda a number of times both in the US and Europe as well as touring extensively on his own terms at events and festivals across Europe.'¯

When not recording and performing his own work, Dam Mantle has crafted inimitable and frequently astonishing remixes for labels such as Warp Records, Ninja Tune, Planet Mu, Ghostly and a wide variety of other artists.'¯

The 12 and release is the latest offering from GETME! records - the London based collective behind a variety of exciting events, exhibitions and live shows. Established in 2006, the collective consists of artists, DJs, writers and curators.

Previous GETME! releases have featured the likes of Slime, Becoming Real and Graphics as well as Dam Mantle's own 'We' EP

Full Dam Mantle tour dates:


14thBerlin - Marie Antoinette

15thHamburg - Kulturhaus III&70

16thBerlin - Horst


2nd London - The Social - Huw Stephens night

9thGlasgow - album launch show - TBC (Hug & Pint)

10thManchester - Soup Kitchen w/ Errors

11thNorwich - Sound & Vision w/ Errors

12thNewcastle - Hoults Yard w/ Errors

13th Edinburgh - Electric Circus w/ Errors

17thNottingham - Bodega w/ Errors

18thLondon - Heaven w/ Errors

19thBristol - The Cooler w/ Errors

For more information, interviews and press please contact or

"Brimming with originality, ideas, and a palpable sense of fun that cannot fail but radiate outwards to the listener"
Clash magazine, One's To Watch section
"An exceptionally groovy slice of glitch-hop"
Pitchfork, We Ep
"Like our feeble minds, Dam Mantle's patchwork songs balance precariously on the brink of collapse. They always seem to be almost falling apart, until stretched seams reveal their intricate stitching."
Pinglewood, WE Ep