Evolving Indie Music: Darwin Deez

Calisthenics, catchy tunes and really, really, ridiculously good-looking curls — that’s Darwin Deez. What else could one ask for in a newfound indie music infatuation? If you said band members with equally as interesting names as Deez’s locks, you’ve got it. Included in the multi-person troupe, you’ll come across the names of artfully nicknamed fellow band mates, ranging from “Mash Dizzle” on bass to “Xoxo gg” on drums. Take a listen to our playlist of Deez’s tracks, and let us know — is his upbeat sound the evolution of indie music that you’ve been listening for?

About Julianne

Julie Since graduating from the "Center for Kids Who Can't Read Good and Wanna Learn to Do Other Stuff Good Too," Julie's aptness for the written word picked up steam like a runaway train. Her journey thus far has been fueled by an adventurous heart, creative mind, and love of breakfast, baking, and bacon. She often makes social situations more awkward than they need to be and loves the word "scrumtrulescent!"

3 Responses to Evolving Indie Music: Darwin Deez

  1. Jaime 11/04/2010 at 11:40 am #

    Ever since I got a Christmas Mix tape from my neighbor with one of his songs “Radar Detector” on it 2 years ago, I’ve been waiting so long for his album to finally be released! I’m glad to see his stuff here on Modcloth :)

  2. Emily 11/07/2010 at 2:38 am #

    How fabulous!!! Darwin is amazing! I found him randomly last summer while searching out The Constellations on the internet. Darwin is good music.

  3. Brooke 11/09/2010 at 4:48 pm #

    How delightful! :D I believe it’s possible that in only a few moments I fell in love with this interesting artist.

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