Devendra Banhart

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Devendra Banhart

The shaggy Pied Piper of the freak folk movement has cleaned himself up, got a haircut and scored a major label record deal. The critics weren't particularly kind to 2009's What Will We Be, which continued the shambling, eclectic approach taken on Banhart's previous two albums, both of which were recorded with a full band. It's a long way from the solo songs that first made his name, yet there remains something compelling about this vagabond troubadour, who'll be appearing in Tokyo for a single show with backing band The Grogs and a few special guests.

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