Posted in hiphop | music | tour dates on April 1, 2014

by Andrew Sacher

Jeremiah Jae

Following a few releases on Flying Lotus' Brainfeeder label, Chicago rapper Jeremiah Jae signed to Warp Records for the Bad Jokes mixtape, and now he's set to release another mixtape via Warp, Good Times. So far, Jeremiah's shared two singles from the mixtape, "Survival" and the just-released "Mountain Rise," both of which revel in the kind of jazz rap that shows Jeremiah isn't straying too far from his Brainfeeder roots. You can listen to both below.

Jeremih also has a European tour coming up, but first he'll play NYC Wednesday (4/2) at The Studio at Webster Hall with Lord Raja and Peabody, and a hometown show in Chicago a few days later (4/8). Tickets for the NYC show are on sale now.

All dates are listed, with the song streams, below...

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Jeremiah Jae - "Mountain Rise" (prod. Oliver the 2nd)

Jeremiah Jae - "Survival" (prod. Oliver the 2nd)

Jeremiah Jae -- 2014 Tour Dates
4/2 - NY - New York - Webster Hall Studio w/ Lord Raja, Peabody
4/8 - IL - Chicago - Schubas w/ Rone
4/19 - UK - London - Koko w/ Madlib
4/25 - Germany - Berlin - Gretchen
4/30 - Austria - Dornbirn - Sounds Noise Festival
5/2 - Austria - Vienna - Grelle Forelle -
5/3 - UK - Leeds - Belgrave Music Hall - Free entry Live at Leeds after party with Gin n Juice
5/7 - Belgium - Brussels - VK
5/8 - France - Paris - Batofar
5/10 - UK - Brighton - Great Escape
5/15 - Sweden - Stockholm - Scandic Grand Central
5/16- Denmark - Copenhagen - Bremen Teater
5/17 - Norway - Oslo - Sawol
5/23 - Russia - Moscow - Powerhouse
5/24 - Netherlands - Utrecht - Le Guess Who Festival

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Comments (4)

why does he have his hat on backwards ?

Posted by Anonymous | April 1, 2014 7:52 PM

grimes just released a new song with questlove rapping or something on it!

http://youtu.be/J-Iv7sDqgys

Posted by grimes-claireboucher | April 1, 2014 8:13 PM

That's a brutal picture to look at.

Posted by Feed the Children Reviews Part 2 | April 2, 2014 3:25 PM

Wow he really just referenced Manly P. hall. that's too cool.

Posted by Mark Cardoza | May 9, 2014 5:10 AM

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