Darkside Splits "For Now," Shares New B-Sides
- Words: Glenn Jackson
Darkside—the collaboration between Nicolas Jaar and guitarist Dave Harrington—has announced the project will go on hiatus following a final performance in Brooklyn next month. Without much explanation, the outfit posted online yesterday that "Darkside is coming to an end, for now. On September 12th, we will be playing our last show at Brooklyn Masonic Temple." In addition to the brief announcement, the pair also shared two previously unheard b-side cuts from its Psychic LP, which dropped in October of last year. Titled "Gone Too Soon," and "What They Say," those b-sides can be streamed in full below.
Darkside's last show has already sold out, but Jaar and Harrington still have a number of live dates scheduled before the project's final performance, the full list of which has been included below.
August 24 Los Angeles, CA - FYF Fest
August 27 Pula, Croatia - Dimensions Festival
August 29 Zurich, Switzerland - Zürich Openair
August 31 Izmir-Cesme, Turkey - Orange Date
September 2 Istanbul, Turkey - Orange Date
September 3 Kiev, Ukraine - Sentrum
September 4 Vilnius, Lithuania - Loftas Fest
September 5 Berlin, Germany - Berlin Festival
September 6 Isle of Wight, UK - Bestival
September 12 Brooklyn, NY - Brooklyn Masonic Temple (sold out)
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