Karina Deniké (Dance Hall Crashers) streams debut solo album “Under Glass”

San Fransisco songstress Karina Deniké, who is best known as being one of the vocalists of ska-punk legends Dance Hall Crashers, as well as one of the voices on Fat Mike’s Home Street Home musical, has released her debut solo album today. The album is a big departure of her ska/punk days, venturing into indie/jazz/pop noir to the point of being comparable to Eurythmics, Neko Case, and Tom Waits. The 12-track album, Under Glass, is currently streaming in its entirety on her Bandcamp page, but can also be streamed below.

Deniké will also be performing three record release shows this week – details are below as well.

Under Glass, which was successfully funded through Kickstarter, was self-released today, April 14, and can be purchased here

Record Release Shows:

Thursday, April 16th
@ Amnesia in San Francisco, CA
doors at 8pm // tickets $10 // 21+
also playing Lily Taylor; Aaron Novik’s Cosimo Lissy
Friday, April 17th
@ Awaken Cafe in Oakland, CA
doors at 7pm // tickets $10 or $7 adv // all ages
also playing Tom Lattenand; Lily Taylor
Saturday, April 18th (Record Store Day)
@ Dave’s Record Shop
2634 San Pablo Ave., Berkeley, CA 94702
live in-store performance
Karina Denike semi-acoustic – set 4:00 pm
Lily Taylor – set 4:30 pm


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