Posted in dance | music | tour dates on February 1, 2011

Klaxons
Klaxons

After an appearance at SXSW in Austin followed by the Ultra Music Festival in Miami (full lineup belolw), the Klaxons will play shows on their way to the sold-out Coachella Festival in California. It looks like a full tour is still TBA, but (UPDATE: full tour now announced and) the dates will include a NYC show at Webster Hall on March 29th with Brooklyn's A Million Years (who also play Mercury Lounge on 2/11) and Brooklyn's Creep. Tickets for the Manhattan gig go on AMEX presale Wednesday at noon (2/2) and regular sale 48 hours later. All dates are listed below.

Creep is a duo comprised of Lauren Dillard and house DJ and producer Lauren Flax. Flax is also Fischerspooner's touring DJ. Creep recently dropped a video for "Days" directed by Fischerspooner Warren Fischer. The song features vocals from Romy Madley Croft of The xx. Check out that video below and look for Creep's debut LP later this year. Meanwhile they also have other collaborative singles planned with Reggaeton-R&B twins Nina Sky, Nomi Ruiz and Planning to Rock.

Speaking of Nomi Ruiz (who is best known for her role in Hercules & Love Affair), Nomi's current project Jessica 6 recently announced a March 1st Mercury Lounge show. That gig takes place not long after the band gets back from a European tour. All dates below.

Flax can also be found at One Step Beyond at The American Museum of Natural History this Friday (2/4), where she'll DJ alongside Scissor Sisters (who are also DJing) and Activaire. Tickets are still available. Scissor Sisters play live at Wellmont Theater on 2/18 (tickets available), a few days before they hit MSG at part of their tour with Lady Gaga.

Check out the video for Creep's "Days" (with Romy Madley Croft), and all tour dates, and the complete Ultra Music Festival lineup, below.

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Creep - "Days"

KLAXONS - 2100 TOUR DATES
Mar ?? SXSW, Austin, TX
Fri/Mar-25 Orlando, FL The Social
Sat/Mar-26 Miami, FL Ultra Music Festival
Mon/Mar-28 Boston, MA Paradise Rock Club
Tue/Mar-29 New York, NY Webster Hall
Wed/Mar-30 Baltimore, MD Ottobar
Fri/Apr-01 Columbus, OH The Basement
Sat/Apr-02 Chicago, IL Metro
Sun/Apr-03 Madison, WI High Noon Saloon
Tue/Apr-05 Denver, CO Larimer Lounge
Wed/Apr-06 Salt Lake City, UT Urban Lounge
Fri/Apr-08 Vancouver, BC Venue
Sat/Apr-09 Seattle, WA Chop Suey
Sun/Apr-10 Portland, OR Doug Fir Lounge
Tue/Apr-12 San Francisco, CA The Fillmore
Fri/Apr-15 Indio, CA Coachella Festival
June 18 Southside Festival - Germany
June 19 Hurricane Festival - Germany

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Jessica 6 - 2011Tour Dates
02/09:: Istanbul, Turkey, Salon IKSV:: www.saloniksv.com
02/11:: Paris, France, Nouveau Casino:: www.nouveaucasino.net
02/12:: Reykjavik, Iceland, Sodoma:: sodoma club
02/15:: Madrid, Spain, El Sol:: www.elsolmad.com
02/16:: Warsaw, Poland, Powiekszenie::www.klubpowiekszenie.pl
02/17:: Zurich, Suisse, Zukunft:: www.zukunft.cl
02/18:: Berlin, Germany, Picknick:: www.picknickberlin.de
02/19:: Kiev, Ukraine, Chrystal:: www.visitkievukraine.com
02/20:: Ljubljana, Slovenia, Kino Siska:: www.kinosiska.si
03/01:: New York, New York, Mercury Lounge

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The complete line-up for ULTRA MUSIC FESTIVAL by day and per stage to date is:

Friday, March 25: Main Stage: Tiësto, Duran Duran, Pendulum (live), Erasure, Benny Benassi, Fedde Le Grand, Tinie Tempah, Dada Life, Dimitri Kneppers, Cato K. Live Stage: Röyksopp, Trentemøller, STS9, Carte Blanche, Designer Drugs, Mustard Pimp Carl Cox & Friends: Carl Cox, Laurent Garnier, Loco Dice. Mid Park Tower: Avicii, Martin Solveig, Roger Sanchez, Chris Lake, Sidney Samson, Cedric Gervais, Funkagenda, Rodrigo Viera. Root Society Dome: Joachim Garraud, Jefr Tale, LA Riots, Harvard Bass, Stripe, Elite Force, Jelo, Rob G, Electric Soulside.

Saturday, March 26: Main Stage: deadmau5, Underworld, Armin Van Buuren, Kaskade, Afrojack, Avicii, Sander Klienenberg (live), Hernan Cattaneo, Sunnery James/Ryan Marciano, Jerome Isma AE, Riotgear. Live Stage: Empire of the Sun, Cut Copy, Sasha (V_rtek live), Boys Noize, Steve Aoki, Simian Mobile Disco (live), The Klaxons, Mr. Oizo, Bag Raiders, Conspirator. Carl Cox & Friends: Carl Cox, Moby, Fedde Le Grand, Jors Voorn, Yousef. Mid Park Tower: Rusko, Scream + Benga, Andy C & MC Q, NERO, Excision & Datsik, Feed Me, Goldie, Fresh, Netsky, Toddla T & Red Light. Roots Society Dome (Dirtybird Records Showcase): Claude Vonstroke, Justin Martin, J. Philip, Christian Martin, Worthy / Mowgli, Detroit Grand Pubahs, Elio Riso, Remo, Donald Glaude, Filthy Rich.

Sunday, March 27: Main Stage: The Chemical Brothers (live), David Guetta, Erick Morillo (live), will.i.am, Laidback Luke, Wolfgang Gartner, Gui Boratto. Live Stage: Crystal Castles, The Disco Biscuits, MSTRKRFT, Chromeo, CSS, Fake Blood, Hybrid (live), Subfocus (live), !!!, Afrobeta. A State of Trance 500: Armin van Buuren, Ferry Corsten, ATB, Gareth Emery, Sander Van Doorn, Alex M.O.R.P.H., Cosmic Gate, Marcus Schossow. Mid Park Tower: The Glitch Mob, Skrillex, The Gaslamp Killer, 12th Planet, Dieselboy, Super Mash Bros., Daedelus, Ed Rush & Optical, Drop The Lime/AC Slater, Kill The Noise, Plastician. Root Society Dome: Dada Life, Congorock, Alex Guadino, John Dahlback, Pleasurekraft, Steve Porter, Remady, Will Bailey, Hatiras, Lazy Rich.
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Comments (3)

That looks like a photo from "The Goonies." I guess those guys all grew up and started a band.

Posted by Anonymous | February 1, 2011 11:57 AM

Klaxons playing Webster Hall? They couldn't even sell out Bowery Ballroom the last time they played here after that horrible 2nd album.

Posted by Anonymous | February 1, 2011 12:47 PM

Are the klaxons still waving the "Nu-Rave" flag?

Posted by Anonymous | February 1, 2011 2:42 PM

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