Recent Posts in tour dates - Page 4
May 26, 2015
photos by Priscilla Scott
Last week, Failure announced summer tour dates, though they didn't include any in or around NYC. Now they've updated their schedule to include a Long Island show happening July 18 at The Space at Westbury. There's still a gap between that and their Nashville show on 7/21, so maybe NYC proper will still be added? Meanwhile, Long Island tickets go on sale Friday (5/29) at noon. Updated dates are listed below.
Failure are also now on part 3 of their studio diary for The Heart Is A Monster, their first album in 19 years. This part's written by drummer Kellii Scott, and can be read below. Read part 1 HERE and part 2 HERE. The Heart Is A Monster is due June 30 via INresidence and can be pre-ordered now.
by Bill Pearis
Eternal Summers will release their new album, Gold & Stone, next week via Kanine. As I wrote previously, I think this rivals's 2012's Correct Behavior for the best thing they've done yet, taking a more shimmery tack that really works great with some of the band's best songs. There's also a gem from drummer Daniel Cundiff, titled "Ebb Tide," that reminds me a lot of Know By Heart-era American Analog Set. You can stream the whole thing right now over at The NY Times.
The band's tour winds around to the Northeast again this weekend, including a stop at NYC Popfest as part of the all-day Sunday (5/31) show at Littlefield with Club 8, Lunchbox, Seabirds, Cold Beat, The Holiday Crowd, Starry Eyed Cadet, and Sapphire Mansions. Tickets are still available.
At the tail-end of their tour, Eternal Summers will be back to play Brooklyn Bowl on June 30, with Widowspeak and Small Black. Tickets for that show are on sale now. Updated tour dates are listed below.
Devo's classic 1980 album Freedom of Choice celebrates its 35th birthday this year and coinciding is the release of Evie Nagy's 33 1/3 book about the album which was just published last week. In celebration of both things, there's a "Comedy Tribute to Devo" at Littlefield on Thursday (5/29) hosted by Jake Fogelnest and featuring the band's own Gerald Casale, plus Dave Hill, Sara Benincasa, Liam McEneaney, Joe Garden, Fort Lean and "special guests." Fred Armisen wrote the foreword to the 33 1/3 book so maybe if he's in town? Tickets are on sale. Flyer, a stream of Freedom of Choice, and videos for its title track and "Girl U Want," below.
In related news, Loser's Lounge will present a New Wave-themed edition -- B-52's Vs. Devo" at Joe's Pub on June 11, 12 & 13. If you've never been to a Loser's Lounge before, they feature the LL Orchestra (commanded by Joe McGinty) and a host of guest vocalists tackling the featured artists' songs. They're usually a lot of fun and tickets are on sale.
Yvette's 'Time Management' EP artwork
Brooklyn duo YVETTE will release a new EP, titled Time Management, this fall, which is their first release since 2013's Process album. That's the cover art (by Will Mebane) above and stay tuned for more details. To hold you over check out "I Don't Need Anything From Anybody" which is from the Godmode compilation American Music. Stream that below.
You can also hear new tunes by seeing Yvette live. They'll soon be on tour with Liturgy, and while there are no NYC dates for that pairing, Yvette do have a couple local shows coming up. They'll play Saturday (5/30) at Alphaville with Eartheater, Dreamcrusher, and DJ duo Unisex (aka Perfect Pussy's Meredith Graves + Fernando Perez). Tickets are on sale.
Yvette also are playing Godmode's official Northside Festival showscase which happens June 13 at Muchmore's. It's also a third birthday party for the label and they're part of an all-day lineup also featuring Courtship Ritual, Fasano, Fitness, Kill Alters, Malory, Motion Studies, Soft Lit, and The Present. Schedule and cover are still TBA. Flyers for those two shows are below.
Yvette have also been added to BrooklynVegan's NXNE showcase which happens at Lee's Palace on 6/19 with Foxes in Fiction, Holydrug Couple, Fresh Snow and headliner Atlas Sound. That show is $20 at the door or free with a NXNE wristband or badge.
All Yvette tour dates are listed, along with the song stream and show flyers, below...
From the organization [Hypnocraft] that curated the collaboration series THE HUM comes AT THE INN -- an ongoing residency at Manhattan Inn, taking place this June through September on [mostly] the second Monday of each month. AT THE INN will explore the best of Brooklyn's music community in-the-round, and all performances will be free and open to the public.As the above quote points out, the people who brought you The Hum will begin a new series of free shows at Manhattan Inn in June. The first one happens Monday, June 8 with Pavo Pavo, Alpenglow, Cassandra Jenkins and My Bubba. It starts at 8:30 PM.
HYPNOCRAFT has a serious fascination with the creative intersections in both the collaborative process and multi-disciplinary performances. Productions are primarily commission-based, working with artists of various disciplines with a focus on music, dance, film, and video art. HYPNOCRAFT's mission is to connect an eclectic scope of artists working in different mediums; serve as a platform for creative collaboration; bring audiences a whole new performance experience.
Pavo Pavo, who used to be called Plume Giant, recently put out a new single "Ran Ran Run," which precedes their album, Young Narrator In The Breakers (release date TBA). The band shares members with San Fermin and Sam Cohen's backing band, and some have collaborated with Dave Longstreth and Luke Temple of Here We Go Magic. You can hear that single below.
Cassandra Jenkins, who sometimes plays with Eleanor Friedberger, also played one of the installments of The Hum this past April which we posted pictures of. She recently recorded a cover of Cat Stevens' "Wild World" with Delicate Steve which you can hear below.
Flyer for the first installment of At The Inn, also below...
Cake Shop's monthlong 10th anniversary wraps up on Saturday (5/30) with their final "super show" featuring new Sub Pop signees The Gotobeds and SAVAK, the new band from Obits' Sohrab Habibion and Greg Simpson. The show is now more "super" as The Men have been added as headliners, and Christines will open the show. Advance tickets are now available and that's the flyer above.
The Men haven't played an NYC show in nearly a year but are "back" says the most recent post on their website, and they'll also play an all-NYC edition of City Sounds Festival in Paris on July 17 & 18 with Thurston Moore Band, Beech Creeps, Heavy Trash, White Hills, and The Mystery Lights. Flyer below.
The Mystery Lights, meanwhile, play NYC NYC tonight (5/26) at Baby's All Right with Austin's Holy Wave, as well as Laser Background, and Annique Monet. Flyer for that show is also below.
UPDATE: PRESALE PASSWORD HERE.
Earlier this year, '90s rockers Babes In Toyland began their reunion with an LA show, and they also have other upcoming appearances including Primavera Sound, Bumbershoot and Pop Montreal. Now, they've confirmed even more dates, including a NYC show!
They'll play here on September 17 at Irving Plaza, which is two days before their Pop Montreal set. BrooklynVegan is proudly presenting the show and tickets for the show go on BV presale Wednesday (5/27) at 10 AM. Check back here Wednesday morning for the password.
UPDATE: PRESALE PASSWORD HERE.
Updated dates are listed below...
Beach House are finally ready to follow 2012's Bloom with a new album. They just announced that Depression Cherry will be out August 28 via Sub Pop, and once again the duo recorded it with producer Chris Coady. In a press release they say that unlike their last two releases, which were structured to fit the larger rooms the band had been playing, this one features less live drums. "Here, we continue to let ourselves evolve while fully ignoring the commercial context in which we exist," they add. Check out the tracklist and a sample lyric from each song, below.
The band also announced a tour which doesn't include any NYC shows, but they'll be in the area this August hitting Albany, New Haven and more. All dates are listed below...
by Bill Pearis
photo by Tony Accosta
Portland beach party trio Guantanamo Baywatch released their new album, Darling...It's Too Late, earlier this month on Suicide Squeeze. (Stream it via Rdio, below.) The band have made a video, directed by Brett Roberts, for the album's old school rock n' roll ballad of a title track which puts a fun spin on the old "deal with the devil" trope, taking them to Heaven and Hell and elsewhere. The song features backing vocals by Curtis Harding and the video premieres below.
Guantanamo Baywatch are on tour and will hit the East Coast soon, with two NYC shows: June 13 at Elvis Guesthouse (rest of lineup TBA) and June 14 at The Wick with Gymshorts and Scully. Tickets for The Wick show are on sale now. All tour dates are listed below.
Refused recently released "Elektra" from Freedom, their first album in 17 years (due 6/30 via Epitaph), and now they put out a second track. It's called "Françafrique" and you can hear it below (via The Guardian).
Refused also have tour dates, including sold-out NYC shows on June 3 at Bowery Ballroom and June 4 at Music Hall of Williamsburg, and one opening for Faith No More at MSG on August 5, which you can buy tickets to or win them.
Since we last spoke, War On Women were added to the Bowery Ballroom show. They play another NYC show with RVIVR on 6/21 at Palisades. Also on that bill is Arm Candy and Rips. Tickets are still available.
UPDATE: Creepoid are opening the Brooklyn and DC dates, and War On Women also open Chicago and Boston.
New Refused song and tour dates below...