Recent Posts in tour dates - Page 6
July 22, 2015
Montreal electro-pop trio Braids, who were on the road with Purity Ring not too long ago, will be on a headlining tour this fall, a tour that wraps up in Brooklyn at Baby's All Right on October 22. Tickets for that show are on sale. All dates are listed below.
Braids recently made a video for "Miniskirt," from their Polaris-shortlisted album Deep in the Iris. It's a gorgeously shot video made by director Kevan Funk, and there's a little of Tarsem's '90s music video work in this. Says Kevan:
I'd been a huge fan of Braids long before I was lucky enough to be a collaborator, an element that made this video special from the outset. They came to me with a handful of very precise visual ideas that they had in mind, which in turn became my jumping off point to shape the rest of the video. I remember the first time I heard the song, I was simply kind of awestruck by the gravitational power that it seemed to imbued with and it's bold, incendiary beauty. It's a rare sort of source material to get the opportunity to work with. I wanted to create something that could compliment the track as opposed to trying to compete with it's power. When thinking about the song and it's content, I began very interested in the idea of commodification and control of femininity in a patriarchal societal construct, and liberation from that restraint. A central consideration that emerged from that was a historical relationship to nature, in terms of the patriarchal and imperial societal impulse to control, conform and dominate. That dynamic and the songs authorial resistance to that entitlement is what ultimately formed the thematic core of the video.Watch "Miniskirt" below...
by Andrew Sacher
Earlier this year, Blitzen Trapper released a live cover album of Neil Young's Harvest, and now they're set to release a new album of original music. It's called All Cross This Land and is due October 2 via Vagrant Records. First single "Lonesome Angel" is the kind of folk rock you might expect a band who covered an entire Neil Young album to write (and like other Blitzen Trapper songs, there's a strong Dylan influence here too). You can check it out below.
The band will support the album with a tour, which hits NYC on October 11 at Bowery Ballroom. Tickets for that show are on AmEx presale now. General on-sale starts Friday (7/24) at noon.
All dates are listed, with the new song, below...
photos by Greg Cristman
The GOASTT @ Brooklyn Bowl 7/15/2015
Sean Lennon's band The Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger have been added to Dinosaur Jr. and Primus' co-headlining tour, and their first date with that will be Thursday (7/23) in Philadelphia. Those three bands will hit NYC's JBL Live at Pier 97 on July 30. As mentioned, you can get $25 discounted tickets for that show. All dates are listed below.
The GOASTT limbered up for their tour with a show last week at Brooklyn Bowl (7/15) and pictures from their set, as well as ones of openers Workman Song for the Highway, are in this post. More below...
Lou Barlow has a new, mostly acoustic solo album, titled Brace the Wave, that will be coming out via Joyful Noise on September 4. That's the cover art above and Lou says it's "nine songs without drums, without regrets." He says some other stuff about the album, some of which may be ironic, in an album trailer you can watch below. The record will be available on "500 hand-numbered VIP copies available on pink & seafoam marbled vinyl." Of those, 100 will include an "original Lou Barlow Poloroid 'selfie'". Pre-orders are on sale now.
Lou will also be going on a solo tour in September, including a stop in NYC at Rough Trade on 9/9. Tickets for that show go on sale Friday (7/24) at noon. All dates are listed below.
soon-to-be tourmates Hinds & Public Access TV
Spanish quartet Hinds, who were here back in the Spring for SXSW, will be touring this fall with Public Access TV and dates include a NYC show at Music Hall of Williamsburg on October 27. Tickets for that show go on sale Friday (7/24) at noon. All dates are listed below.
Hinds also have a new song, "Chili Town," which you can check out below as well.
Mark Lanegan is unearthing some early-'00s demos for a new release titled Houston (Publishing Demos 2002) which will be out via Ipecac Recordings on August 21. These came shortly after Screaming Trees' breakup and many of these never made it onto a studio album. We've got the premiere of "No Cross" which you can listen to below. You can also check out the LP's tracklist and cover art, which was done by Jon Langford of the Mekons (who are in NYC this week).
Meanwhile, Mark's UK label, Heavenly Recordings, are celebrating their 25th anniversary and releasing a few special singles for the occasion. One of them is Mark Lanegan and Beth Orton covering Marc Almond's 1988 UK hit "Your Kisses Burn," which was a duet with Nico. You can stream that below as well.
Mark's got a few UK shows lined up for August, and those dates are listed below...
photo: Diarrhea Planet at Sasquatch 2015 (more by Debi Del Grande)
Diarrhea Planet never seem to stop touring, and this summer into fall will be no different. The band, who were last in NYC on Easter, will return on November 19 at Music Hall of Williamsburg with Music Band. Tickets for MHOW go on AmEx presale today (7/22) at noon with the general on-sale starting Friday (7/24) at noon.
All dates are listed below...
photos by P Squared Photography; words by Bill Pearis
In town for tonight's big show at Terminal 5, Courtney Barnett had a showing of her photographs documenting her 2015 tour as well as the artwork from her new album, that happened Tuesday (7/21) at a Lower East Side gallery. The tour photos were of a theme -- hotel bathroom showerheads -- and the artwork, as you may have seen, is all drawings of chairs. You could buy prints of all of these -- the hanging prints all curiously bore the edition number (4/20) -- and proceeds went to benefit the Australian Marine Conservation Society. Like most gallery openings, there was free booze and they also had fortune cookies with Courtney Barnett lyrics in them. Torres and Sadie from Speedy Ortiz, who open tonight's sold-out T5 show, were the night's DJs. Fun time.
Check out more pics from "Art by Courtney Barnett" below...
Algiers are continuing to support their self-titled debut album on Matador with more dates, including NYC on September 18 at Mercury Lounge and October 11 at Music Hall of Williamsburg. Tickets go on AmEx presale today at noon with the general on-sale starting Friday (7/24) at noon.
Scottish pop trio CHVRCHES have a small sold-out MHOW show this week, and will also play the much larger Central Park SummerStage on September 29 after their new album is out. Tickets go on presale today at noon (anyone know the password?) with the general on-sale starting Friday at noon.
Are you on board with the nu-metal revival? Do you care that Korn are playing their self-titled debut in full at Irving Plaza on October 5 and Wellmont Theater on October 6? If you do, you can get tickets in one of the various presales. General on-sale starts Friday at 10 AM.
Winnipeg hardcore band Comeback Kid return to NYC to open for Stray From the Path on October 24 at Gramercy Theatre. Tickets are on Live Nation/Music Geeks presales now (pw: musicgeeks). General on-sale starts Friday at 10 AM.
Browse our 'Tickets On Sale' tag for more recently announced NYC shows.
photo: Fuzz @ DbA, 2013 (more by Devan Council)
Fuzz, Ty Segall's proto-metal-ish trio, will release their second album, bluntly titled II, on October 23 via In the Red. You can stream two songs from it, "Rat Race" and "Polinate," below. The band, which has Ty on drums, will be touring this fall, including West Coast dates with Mudhoney and Austin's Fun Fun Fun Fest. Dates also include East Coast shows, and the tour hits NYC's Bowery Ballroom on November 15. Tickets go on sale Friday (7/24) at noon. All Fuzz dates are listed, along with II's tracklist and artwork, below.
In other news, we mentioned before that Ty will be at Memphis' Gonerfest 12 under the guise of TY REX, his all T-Rex cover band that also features Denee Petracek and Ex-Cult's Alec McIntyre. Goner put out a TY REX 12" and 7" for Record Store Day in 2011 and 2013, respectively. Goner will reissue those on one disc on November 27, and that will also include a previously unreleased take on "20th Century Boy." You can stream "Buick Mackane" from it below.