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Damon & Naomi are an American duo formed in 1991 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States by Damon Krukowski and Naomi Yang, both formerly of Galaxie 500.

After Galaxie 500 completed a tour of the US supporting the Cocteau Twins, guitarist and vocalist Dean Wareham quit the band, forcing the cancellation of an imminent Japanese tour. Damon and Naomi had recorded a few tracks before the split and these were released under the name Pierre Etoile by Rough Trade (UK) in… read more

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  • Avatar for iconan
    Damon and Naomi play a very special blend of melodies combined with West-coast psychedelia and just a hint of This Mortal Coils, and of course Michio Kurihara brain-melting of acid guitar. The guitar of Kurihara is something else; he knows exactly what to do to lift each song into another dimension. The melodies and sounds he produces are like a mantra for Krishna on this earth and his roots in the white sky is well worth listen. -.-.-.-. om hari om ..... ॐะ
  • Avatar for iconan
    Music magic for nights full of magic. - -.-.-.-. om hari om ..... ॐ
  • Avatar for longball2no1
    Just listened to 2007's Within These Walls album for the first time in a while. Great stuff. Better with every listen.
  • Avatar for _KevMusic_
    I absolutely adore More Sad Hits, though its the only one of theirs I've yet heard. Bit long, but if some of the end songs were cut, we'd definitely have a perfect album, folks.
  • Avatar for musicus_firenze
    DAMON & NAOMI live 16 dicembre 2011 @ Firenze Info:
  • Avatar for the_jezmeister
    Check out this recently recorded Damon & Naomi session for Arctic Circle Radio, captured whilst on their recent UK tour
  • Avatar for filtrum
    Somehow I like Damon's voice better ;)
  • Avatar for picchionero
    i'm looking for lyrics of new album, any help?
  • Avatar for dPsychc
    New album sounds nice.
  • Avatar for GoodnightLondon
    nice new album. For those seeing 'em in London this week, here's a (long) interview I did with them a while ago!:

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