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Baby Dayliner

About Baby Dayliner

Lumped in with the New York electroclash scene, Baby Dayliner is manna from hipster heaven, thanks mainly to his karaoke-style live set which sees him take to the stage armed with little more than a technology-stuffed suitcase. His resolutely stripped-down approach to fashioning electronic backing tracks, along with his deadpan delivery, has seen him compared to Joy Division's Ian Curtis, but maybe a better comparison is a Seed-less Nick Cave. Dayliner's debut album, High Heart & Low Estate, first appeared in 2002 and was re-released by Brassland in 2004.

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Baby Dayliner

Lumped in with the New York electroclash scene, Baby Dayliner is manna from hipster heaven, thanks mainly to his karaoke-style live set which sees him take to the stage armed with little more than a technology-stuffed suitcase. His resolutely stripped-down approach to fashioning electronic backing tracks, along with his deadpan delivery, has seen him compared to Joy Division's Ian Curtis, but maybe a better comparison is a Seed-less Nick Cave. Dayliner's debut album, High Heart & Low Estate, first appeared in 2002 and was re-released by Brassland in 2004.

About Baby Dayliner

Lumped in with the New York electroclash scene, Baby Dayliner is manna from hipster heaven, thanks mainly to his karaoke-style live set which sees him take to the stage armed with little more than a technology-stuffed suitcase. His resolutely stripped-down approach to fashioning electronic backing tracks, along with his deadpan delivery, has seen him compared to Joy Division's Ian Curtis, but maybe a better comparison is a Seed-less Nick Cave. Dayliner's debut album, High Heart & Low Estate, first appeared in 2002 and was re-released by Brassland in 2004.

About Baby Dayliner

Lumped in with the New York electroclash scene, Baby Dayliner is manna from hipster heaven, thanks mainly to his karaoke-style live set which sees him take to the stage armed with little more than a technology-stuffed suitcase. His resolutely stripped-down approach to fashioning electronic backing tracks, along with his deadpan delivery, has seen him compared to Joy Division's Ian Curtis, but maybe a better comparison is a Seed-less Nick Cave. Dayliner's debut album, High Heart & Low Estate, first appeared in 2002 and was re-released by Brassland in 2004.