Recent Posts in tour dates - Page 2
October 20, 2014
The New Lines (photo by Jenn di Donna)
You never know where inspiration may strike. The New Lines and DC band Sansyou have a new collaborative single, "Gowanus Canal Field Inspection," which was a direct result of an actual visit to the titular Brooklyn body of water by Sansyou's David Nicholas, who shared his thoughts on it with The New Lines' Hewson Chen. Conversation, lyrics and music flowed like dirty water and here we have it, a jangly two-minute pop number which premieres in this post. Stream it below.
The New Lines and Sansyou will play NYC on October 27 at The Rock Shop, a Halloween show also featuring Winkie and Prima Primo. Then in December, The New Lines will head out with Dead Leaf Echo for a weekend tour that includes stops in Philadelphia and DC. All dates are listed, along with the new single stream, below...
London Grammar @ Lolla (more by James Richards IV)
"Due to unavoidable scheduling conflicts, it is with great regret that we have had to postpone our tour dates in November. We apologize to all of our fans for any inconvenience caused and look forward to seeing you in January and February 2015 for what we hope will be a very special tour." - Dan, Dot and Hannah / London GrammarThat's the announcement. Their NYC show at Terminal 5, originally scheduled for November 11 will now happen on January 27 and tickets are on sale now. (Refunds are available at point of purchase.) The new dates are listed below....
Due to scheduling conflicts, London Grammar have postponed their November tour and will now be returning to North America in January. Tickets already purchased will remain valid for the rescheduled dates. Refunds are available at the point of purchase.
by Bill Pearis
Fat White Family @ Bowery Ballroom 10/18/2014 (photo via @alexandra_rossi)
Debaucherous UK band Fat White Family were in NYC over the weekend, playing Bowery Ballroom on Saturday night (10/18). Lias Saoudi, the band's frontman, has a reputation for shedding clothing at shows and spent most of the Bowery set fully exposed. (Seen and called, Connan.) Did you go? How was the show, apart from being in-the-raw and in-your-face? The band were supposed to do an ultra-late-night set at Baby's All Right but it ended up not happening.
Fat White Family will be back in NYC this week for CMJ, having been added to the NME showcase at Glasslands on Wednesday (10/22) with Public Access TV, Bo Ningen, Twin Peaks, Happyness, The Wytches, and Girlpool. That's a pretty great show and tickets are still available. You can get in with a CMJ badge too (based on capacity).
Meanwhile, Fat White Family, whose sound owes more than a little to The Fall, have a new single that tips their hat to that band's famous frontman. You can stream "I Am Mark E Smith," and check out a few more in flagrante (NSFW) instagrams from FWF's Bowery show, below...
by Andrew Sacher
Toronto sludge punks HSY put out the "Cyber Bully" b/w "Phantasm Blast" single earlier this year, and they've recently finished their debut LP which will come out at some point via Buzz Records. Ahead of that, they've filmed a high quality live video of one of the new songs, "Acid Peel" (dir. Chris Chami), a terrifically dark track with driving Psychocandy-style drums, murky distorted guitars, and vocals that go from a goth baritone to deathly screams. The video premieres in this post and can be watched below.
As discussed, they'll be touring with fellow Toronto band/Buzz labelmates The Beverleys, and that tour hits NYC for the Buzz CMJ showcase on Thursday (10/23) at Shea Stadium with Weaves, Vulture Shit, Mexican Slang and Muuy Biien ($5 at the door).
Speaking of, Weaves recently dropped a new track too. Stream that, with the new HSY video and list of tour dates, below...
Sleater-Kinney put out a surprise new song over the weekend and now a full international tour for 2015 has been announced! The tour, which will be their first shows since 2006 (not counting their brief on-stage reunion with Pearl Jam last year), hits NYC on February 26 at Terminal 5. Tickets for all US dates go on presale Tuesday (10/21) at 9 AM. The T5 show goes on sale to the general public Friday (10/24) at noon. All dates are listed below.
They've also confirmed that they will in fact release a new album called No Cities To Love on January 20 via Sub Pop. The album was produced by John Goodmanson. The new single, "Bury Our Friends" (featuring Miranda July), is streaming below with the LP tracklist. Pre-orders are available now.
Sleater-Kinney's new career-spanning boxset, Start Together, is out this week.
On our BrooklynVegan Blog Radio show on SiriusXMU, we have played a Sleater-Kinney song on every show for years, and said that it wouldn't stop until they reunited. Does this mean we stop?
List of tour dates and song stream below...
October 19, 2014
photos by Tim Griffin
Erasure @ ACL Live -- 10/18/2014
Though openers still haven't been announced for Erasure's two big New Year's shows at Terminal 5 in NYC (tickets), a variety of artists will be alternating as support for the English synthpop duo for the rest of the year. A non-Hare Krishna group called Shelter, a group called Nights, Chad Valley and Superhumanoids are among those sharing the bill with Erasure over the nest two months. The latter are on tour with them now and opened the show last night at ACL Live in Austin. They'll do the same at the same place tonight (10/10). Pictures from night one are in this post, and continue below with all tour dates and a stream of the new Carter Tutti remix of their new single "Reason"....
October 18, 2014
Porches with Greta Kline @ Baby's All Right (via beccaliebert)
Porches played their first of two nights at Baby's All Right last night (10/17), part of the the Baby's ongoing, pre-CMJ one year birthday party. The band were also celebrating their new Terrible Records single which you can pre-order on vinyl and listen to now below. The new song "Forgive" features a guest appearance by Greta Kline who also plays in Porches and leads her own project Frankie Cosmos who opened last night, but switches the order and headlines Baby's after Porches play tonight (10/18). After Frankie Cosmos, you can catch a set by Cashmere Cat who was added to the venue's schedule today.
If you can't make it to Baby's, Porches also added a Saturday night CMJ show at the soon-closing Death By Audio. The Arbutus/Terrible/JMC Aggregatee showcase also features sets by Tops (who played the even-later show at Baby's last night), Lydia Ainsworth and Regal Degal. The flyer for that is with the two new Porches songs below...
October 17, 2014
by Andrew Sacher
Dublin's The #1s (aka The Number Ones) put out their self-titled debut LP over the summer via Deranged Records (once home to Fucked Up and White Lung). The band, who count Angel Olsen tourmate Cian Nugent as a member, write sharp late '70s-style power pop tunes but deliver with the rawness of '60s garage rock. If you're into either of those things, this record should hit right away. Check it out in full, below.
The #1s will be in NYC for two shows that are just around the corner. First, they play Cake Shop on Saturday (10/18) opening for The Paul Collins Beat (Paul's band The Nerves is likely an influence on The #1s), with Club for Growth and Now People on the bill too. That's $10 at the door to get in. After that, they play Grand Victory on Monday (10/20) as headliners with Miracle Sweepstakes, Henry Schiller and Garcia Peoples opening. Tickets for that show are on sale now.
UPDATE: They also stick around for CMJ and currently have two shows scheduled. The first is the YVYNYL showcase at Union Pool on Tuesday with Lydia Ainsworth, Heat and J Ferndandez (tickets); and the second is the Music of Ireland showcase at The Delancey on Friday (10/24) with September Girls, Dott, Ham Sandwich, Sisters and Le Galaxie.
The only other show we're currently aware of his a Halloween show in Dublin. All dates are listed, with the LP stream and a video, below...
Australia's King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard have a new album on the way, I'm in Your Mind Fuzz, next month via Castle Face and the band recently shared another song off the album. Check out the fairly gentle "Hot Water" (most of the album is in crazy psycho overdrive) along with the previously released "Cellophane," below.
As mentioned King Gizzard will be in NYC for a whole bunch of CMJ shows, including BrooklynVegan's free Friday (10/25) day party at Baby's All Right. Protomartyr are also playing that and the rest of the lineup will be announced very soon (we swear). Here's their entire CMJ schedule:
WED 10/22 @ Baby's All Right | CMJ Brooklyn Magazine Party
WED 10/22 @ Knitting Factory | Panache CMJ Showcase (tickets)
FRI 10/24 @ Baby's All Right (FREE) | CMJ Brooklyn Vegan Day Party
SAT 10/25 @ Pianos (FREE) | Bowery CMJ day Party
SAT 10/25 @ Rough Trade NYC | Austin Psych Fest CMJ Party (tickets)
SUN 10/26 @ Baby's All Right (FREE) | Panache CMJ Day Party & Hangover Brunch
After CMJ, King Gizzard will open, along with free spirit Connan Mockasin, for Mac DeMarco at Terminal 5 on November 4 (tickets). They've got lots more dates on their current tour, and all are listed, along with song streams, below...
As we've mentioned, BrooklynVegan is presenting a few events during CMJ and one of those is the No Sleep Records showcase happening October 21 at The Paper Box which starts at 6 PM and is FREE. The set times have now been finalized and they look like this:
Maps For Travelers: 6:00 - 6:20If you show up early, you can get a No Sleep vinyl sampler which are being given away and limited to 150 copies.
Foreign Tongues: 6:35 - 6:55
In Between: 7:10 - 7:30
Rescuer: 7:45 - 8:05
Run Forever: 8:20 - 8:40
Aviator: 8:55 - 9:15
The Felix Culpa: 9:30 - 9:50
Xerxes: 10:05 - 10:25
Chris Farren: 10:35 - 10:55
'68: 11:10 - 11:40
John Nolan: 11:50 - End