Recent Posts in tour dates - Page 4
July 29, 2015
Kurt Heasley of Lilys played Trans-Pecos earlier this month with his onetime bandmate Don Devore (who's currently of Sick Feeling). Kurt's now announced an official Lilys show, happening at Baby's All Right on October 9 and tickets are on sale now.
It's a very special one-time-only show which Heasley's calling "Corruption Wrecked My Life," featuring "never before or rarely performed early material 1990-1995." That time period was when Lilys were a shoegazy band and released such records as Eccsame The Photon Band and In The Presence of Nothing for labels like spinART and Slumberland. You can stream those two records below.
With Devore as musical director of this special show, they've put together a big band version of Lilys, that in addition to Heasley features:
James Richardson (MGMT)Stream Lilys' Eccsame The Photon Band and In The Presence of Nothing below...
Will Berman (MGMT)
Matt Werth (RVNG Intl. founder)
Ryan Rapsys (Euphone, The Sea & Cake)
Alex Craig (Limited, Ducktails, Big Troubles)
Tonight's edition (7/29) of Madison Square Park's free Oval Law Series is a special edition of Jonathan Toubin's Soul Clap & Dance Off featuring a live performance by Houston soul act The Suffers and tonight's dance-off guest selector is Randy Jones (aka The Cowboy from The Village People). That is free and starts at 6 PM. Flyer is below.
The Suffers, who released the Make Some Room EP back in January, will be back in NYC in September, playing Mercury Lounge on 9/25 and Rough Trade on 9/26. Tickets for both those are currently on AmEx presale with the general on-sale starting Friday (7/31) at noon. All dates are listed, along with a stream of the EP and video of their appearance on The Late Show with David Letterman, below.
In related news, Madison Square Park has just announced another free music series, called The Studio Series, that will happen on Saturday this fall at the South end of the park (near Shake Shack). The lineup features a mix of blues, soul and folk and you can check out schedule and artists playing, below.
Blanck Mass (aka Fuck Buttons member Benjamin John Power) is continuing to tour in support of this year's Dumb Flesh on Sacred Bones. We knew he'd be in the Northeast for Basilica Soundscape, and he has other dates around then too.
One happens in NYC on September 12 at Baby's All Right. Tickets are on sale now.
All dates are listed, with the video for "Dead Format" off Dumb Flesh, below...
photo: How to Dress Well at Pitchfork Fest 2015 (more by James Richards IV)
R&B boundary pusher How to Dress Well already has an upcoming set announced for Asbury Park festival Shadow of the City on 9/19 at Stone Pony Summer Stage (with The Front Bottoms, Vic Mensa and more), but he'll be playing an intimate NYC show before that. It happens September 18 at Baby's All Right. Tickets go on sale Friday (7/31) at noon.
Those are the only dates he currently has announced. Listen to his new DJ mix (aka the just-uploaded Soundcloud file of his DJ set at a Pitchfork Fest afterparty) below...
photo: Robert Plant at Sasquatch 2015 (more by Debi Del Grande)
Led Zeppelin's Robert Plant and his band The Sensational Space Shifters (featuring members of Massive Attack and Portishead) already announced some tour dates back in June, and they've since added more.
The day before their previously-mentioned NYC show on September 18 at Hammerstein Ballroom (tickets), they'll play another show in the area at The Capitol Theatre (9/17). Tickets for the Cap go on sale Friday (7/31) at noon. Updated dates are listed below.
Meanwhile, the Led Zeppelin reissue campaign continues with Presence, In Through The Out Door and Coda this Friday. Watch the trailers for the unboxing of the super deluxe editions of all three, below...
by Andrew Sacher
photo by Mark Borthwick
Folk singer Josephine Foster may be a contemporary artist, but she feels transported directly from 1969 (it makes a lot of sense she's on the new Karen Dalton tribute). Tonight (7/29) she plays NYC with a folk singer who actually is from the late '60s, the legendary Ed Askew (who she's played with before). The show is at Trans-Pecos and opening is another '60s-inspired artist, Colby Nathan (of New England Patriots). Tickets are on sale.
It's the only date for Ed Askew at the moment, and Josephine's
only other date is also in NYC this week: a free show at Fulton Stall Market on Friday (7/31).
UPDATE: The Fulton Stall Market show has been cancelled.
Josephine's last album was 2013's I'm A Dreamer on Fire Records. Listen to the title track from that, and the title track of Ed Askew's '60s classic, Ask the Unicorn, below...
Wu-Tang Clan and Life of Agony were already confirmed for the 2015 East Coast Tsunami Fest, happening 9/25-26 in Pennsylvania, and now the rest of the lineup is announced. It includes Mobb Deep, Body Count, Madball, Murphy's Law, Turnstile, Death Threat, Indecision, Angel Du$t, Cruel Hand, For the Love Of, and more. Tickets go on sale Friday (7/31).
"Doyle" aka Doyle from the Misfits' band is playing the fest with Life of Agony whose bassist Alan Roberts made Doyle a character in his Killogy comic book and upcoming animated series.
Full ECT lineup below...
Beach Slang at Gigawatts Fest - 7/26/15 (photo via BrooklynVegan Instagram)
The Bouncing Souls just played How I Spent My Summer Vacation in full at a NJ show with some amazing openers, and now they announced a few more Northeast shows with different amazing openers. After playing California punk festival It's Not Dead Fest, the band will play three shows with Leftover Crack, Beach Slang and All Torn Up.
Those happen at Long Island's Emporium on 10/15, Clifton Park, NY's Upstate Concert Hall on 10/16, and Lancaster, PA's Chamelon Club on 10/17. Tickets for all three shows (click the venue links) go on sale Friday (7/31) at 10 AM.
Beach Slang just played Brooklyn's Gigawatts Festival over the weekend (pictured above). Full list of tour dates, and some music, below...
photo: mewithoutYou at Bowery Ballroom earlier this month (more by Mimi Hong)
The Menzingers recently announced a short tour with mewithoutYou and a show at NYC's Webster Hall without mewithoutYou. Now the two bands have added many more tour dates together, and mwY were added to that NYC show.
The Webster Hall show happens November 27, and tickets are still available. Updated dates are listed below.
mewithoutYou recently wrapped up a headlining tour, which we caught in NYC.
by Bill Pearis
Mystery man Richard Papiercuts was part of noisy NYC band The Chinese Restaurants, who were more whispered about than seen, and has collaborated with Mattin and other autre artists. His solo work blends post-punk, old school rock n' roll, soul and other influences held together with his distinctive melodramatic, on-if-not-over-the-edge vocal style. Outsider art? Maybe, but accessible. His new album, If, is coming out in September via Ever/Never and we've got the premiere of the album's intense opening cut, "How It Really Begins," which you can stream below.