The trek kicks off November 14 at Circa in Toronto and will make eight stops before wrapping up December 6 at the Eighteenth Street Lounge in Washington, D.C.

Other clubs on the itinerary include the Hiro Ballroom at the Maritime Hotel in New York City (November 15), Metro/Smart Bar in Chicago (November 17), Belly Up in San Diego (November 28), Knitting Factory in Los Angeles (November 30) and Mighty in San Francisco (December 1).

Each date on the schedule will feature a full set from Dust Galaxy, as well as DJ sets from Garza and Ursula 1000.

Tickets for a few shows are available at

Dust Galaxy’s eponymous debut was recorded in London with producer Brendan Lynch (Primal Scream, Paul Weller), whom Garza enlisted to invest the project with some U.K. grit and psychedelia.

Besides Garza, the album features the musical talents of Shawn Lee, Primal Scream’s Martin Duffy and Darrin Mooney, Cornershop‘s Adam Blake, People’s Revolutionary Choir’s Jim Townsend, Brazilian Girls‘ Didi Gutman, James Canty of The Make-Up and Ted Leo and the Pharmacists, Gogogo Airheart’s Ashish Vyas and Jerry Busher of French Toast and Fugazi.

Garza explained what inspired him to embark on a project outside Thievery Corporation.

“After the completion of the last Thievery record and tour and a trip to Sudan for the UN World Food Program [for which he and Thievery bandmate Eric Hilton are spokesman], I was ultimately inspired to make a very special personal musical reflection of my continuing journey,” Garza said.

“My goal was to make a record that reflected my tastes, both personally and musically. There are a lot of elements in this record that would be out of place on a Thievery album. There are still a lot of electronic elements, but a punk rock song on a Thievery album would probably come across as forced or contrived.

Several tracks from the disc, including a Blow Up Allstars remix of the second single “Mother of Illusion,” are streaming at