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Digisaurus Premiere Trio of Remixes

The innovative electro-pop project of James Allison, Digisaurus, has released three remixes for recent single, “I Don’t Feel Alright,” featuring Fran Litterski of Magic Man. Black Esther, Osea Medris (formerly DJ Moxy) and American Science provided the alternate versions of Allison’s sensational track.

I wouldn’t say I ever live in regret, but I do think a lot about how a song might have changed if just one thing did or didn’t happen during it’s creation,” said Allison. “Having a song remixed is such a cool opportunity to get a glimpse into those alternate universes and really get my head twisted around. It’s also a way for me to stretch the collaborative process and work with people I admire creatively but haven’t been able to get in a studio with recently.

Digisaurus will premiere a music video for the song on February 21. The project will make its way across the United States this spring, beginning in NYC on February 10 at Piano’s.

Tour Dates:

2/10 • New York, NY • Piano’s
2/11 • Westport, CT • Toquet Hall
2/18 • Providence, RI • Aurora
3/2 • Washington, DC • Velvet Lounge
3/3 • Baltimore, MD • Sidebar
3/9 • Philadelphia, PA • Everybody Hits
3/17 • Columbus, OH • Rumba
3/22 • Harrisonburg, VA • Clementine Cafe
3/23 • Fairfax, VA • Epicure Cafe
3/24 • Richmond, VA • On the Rox
3/25 • Staunton, VA • The Pompei Lounge
3/27 • Baltimore, MD • Teavolve
3/28 • Brooklyn, NY • The Way Station
3/29 • Lock Haven, PA • Avenue 209
3/30 • Buffalo, NY • Lockhouse Distillery
3/31 • Mount Joy, PA • Bube’s Brewery
4/1 • Camp Hill, PA • Cornerstone Coffeehouse
4/2 • New York, NY • Pianos
4/4 • Burlington, VT • Manhattan Pizza & Pub
4/5 • Burlington, VT • Radio Bean
4/6 • Dover, NH • Dover Teen Center
4/7 • Biddeford, ME • Elements
4/8 • Manchester, VT • The Perfect Wife
4/9 • Stroudsburg, PA • The Living Room
4/10 • Kent, OH • Stone Tavern
4/11 • Petoskey, MI • City Park Grill
4/12 • Port Huron, MI • Loud Music & Apparel
4/13 • Muncie, IN • Be Here Now
4/14 • Indianapolis, IN • 10 Johnson Ave. Coffeehouse
4/16 • Iowa City, IA • Gabe’s
4/17 • Des Moines, IA • Lefty’s
4/18 • Lincoln, NE • Duffy’s Tavern
4/19 • Kansas City, MO • Prohibition Hall
4/20 • Norman, OK • Red Brick Bar
4/21 • Lubbock, TX • Cafe J’s
4/22 • Lubbock, TX • Local Bar & Grill
4/23 • Lubbock, TX • BarPM
4/25 • Fayetteville, AR • The Syc House
4/26 • Springfield, MO • Nathan P Murphy’s
4/27 • Fayetteville, AR • Dickson Street Pub
4/28 • Nashville, TN • Wylee’s
4/29 • Thomas, WV • The Purpe Fiddle
4/30 • Charleston, WV • The Empty Glass
5/11 • Brattleboro, VT • Whetstone Station Brewery
5/12 • Wareham, MA • 3065 Live
5/13 • Worcester, MA • Ralph’s Diner

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