Elephant Stone Bring New Album To Toronto’s Danforth Music Hall April 13 w/openers The Black Angels

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Montreal based quintet Elephant Stone and magnetic frontman Rishi Dhir are internationally renowned for their unique Hindie rock. That’s a seductive mashup of indie rock, traditional Indian music and neopsychedelia that’ll get ya 'dancin’n’trancin’.

Their sophomore self-titled album recently dropped digitally and on vinyl via Hidden Pony Records, so expect lots of new material, including current hot tracks “Heavy Moon” and “Setting Sun".

Listen to “Love The Sinner, Hate The Sin” and “Heavy Moon” on 
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Elephant Stone’s self-titled second album defines the unique sound the band has been building over the last three years and two releases. Like many great albums before, Elephant Stone defies categorization. Instead, each song is a musical journey that ebbs and flows from BJM-style rollers, to Caribou dance floor rumblers, to REM-stylejanglers, to Hindustani raga spiritualizers and back again.

Arguably the best show in the T.Dot this Saturday night.

Lenny Stoute