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February 8, 2016
by Bill Pearis
More '90s reunion news: Belly, Tanya Donelly's post-Throwing-Muses band, are reforming. It's the original lineup of the band, including brothers Tom and Chris Gorman plus bassist Gail Greenwood (who joined around the time of the first album's release). There will be UK shows in July followed by a North American tour in August and September. Belly are also promising new songs. Stay tuned.
Belly made two albums in their original era: 1993's terrific Star which spawned the hit "Feed the Tree," and 1995's King. Check out a few videos from those 120 Minutes days, below...
photo: Beach Slang at Knitting Factory in December (more by Amanda Hatfield)
Non-stop tourers Beach Slang were last around these parts in December, they're in Europe as we speak, and they'll kick off their next US tour in April. Support comes from Potty Mouth and Dyke Drama, the Replacements-y solo project of G.L.O.S.S. singer Sadie Switchblade.
The tour begins in NYC on April 20 at Music Hall of Williamsburg. Tickets for that show go on sale Friday (2/12) at noon with an AmEx presale starting Wednesday (2/10) at noon.
Their latest release is their 2015 debut album, The Things We Do To Find People Who Feel Like Us, one of our favorite albums of last year. Stream that, the Dyke Drama EP, and check out the full list of tour dates, below...
photo: The Black Dahlia Murder at Best Buy Theater in 2014 (more by Greg Cristman)
Melodic death metal champs The Black Dahlia Murder are heading out on tour in 2016 with support from the tech-death outfit Fallujah and Disentomb. They'll be playing their 2003 debut album Unhallowed in its entirety, and they'll be hitting the NYC-area for a Long Island show at the Amityville Music Hall on April 14 and a Brooklyn show at Knitting Factory on April 16. Ticket for LI and BK go on sale Friday (2/12) at noon and 10 AM, respectively.
All dates are listed, with a stream of Unhallowed, below...
by Klaus Kinski
Back in 2015, legendary Pink Floyd covers act Brit Floyd embarked on a massive world tour called Space and Time that clocked in a whopping 146 gigs and sold well over 1 million tickets. Rightfully hanging onto such incredible momentum, Brit Floyd will continue its amazing journey through fifty years of Pink Floyd with another whopper of a tour called Space and Time CONTINUUM which will include a two-leg, 76-date North American trot. The first leg of the tour touches down at the Beacon Theater on Friday April 8. Tickets are on sale now but if you'd like to go for free, we are giving away a pair. Enter to win below.
Other tri-state area appearances include Saturday April 9 at the Oakdale in Wallingford, CT, Monday April 18 at the State Theater in New Brunswick, NJ, Friday April 22 at the Borgata in Atlantic City, and Sunday April 24 at the Paramount in Huntington Long Island. Tickets for those shows are also on sale. All tour dates are listed below.
For CONTINUUM, Brit Floyd are pulling out all the stops and will be delivering a Pink Floyd experience for the ages. Not only are they presenting fans with a re-tooled setlist that includes Pink Floyd's epic Echoes in it's entirety, they've also invested over a million dollars into a revamped lighting and video design set-up that is sure to leave our minds dripping from the ceiling. Also of note is the fact that Pink Floyd's David Gilmour begins a three-night string of NYC dates on the Sunday immediately following Brit Floyd's Beacon Theater show. Can we expect a cameo? Either way, this is Brit Floyd's most ambitious show yet and is not to be missed.
Montreal's Ought will be on tour this spring with DC's Priests and that includes two NYC shows: Silent Barn on May 7 with Florist and Rough Trade on May 8 with Palberta. Tickets Silent Barn go on sale Wednesday (2/10) at 10 AM; tickets for Rough Trade go on sale Friday (2/12) at noon with an AmEx presale starting Wednesday at noon.
Scott Aukerman's very popular podcast Comedy Bang! Bang! just released its 400th episode, featuring guests Jason Mantzoukas (How Did This Get Made) and Andy Daily (Review). You can listen to that below.
You can witness the Comedy Bang! Bang! experience live when Aukerman takes the podcast on the road for live tapings this spring, and he's bringing Paul F. Tompkins, Lauren Lapkus, and Neil Campbell along with him. That includes a stop at NYC's Gramercy Theater on May 13 for an early (7 PM) and late (9:30 PM) show. Tickets go on sale Friday (2/12) at 10 AM but you can get them early via a BrooklynVegan presale which starts Tuesday (2/9) at 10 AM. Check back Tuesday morning for the password. UPDATE: use BVBANGBANG
UPDATE: They've added a second night at Gramercy Theater (3/14), also with two shows. Use same password and ticket link above.
All dates are listed below...
photo: Chairlift at National Sawdust in January (more by Amanda Hatfield)
Chairlift's upcoming tour wraps up at Brooklyn's Music Hall of Williamsburg on Sunday, April 10. That show is sold out, but they've added a matinee show (4 PM doors) earlier that same day. Tickets for that matinee go on sale Friday (2/12) at noon with an AmEx presale starting Wednesday (2/10) at noon.
Updated dates, and the video for "Romeo" (from new LP Moth), below...
by Andrew Sacher
British space rockers Mugstar have been going strong since the early aughts, with a large handful of releases including splits with Mudhoney and Oneida, and the last-ever recorded Peel Session. They've signed to Mogwai's Rock Action Records for their upcoming double album, Magnetic Seasons, which is due out March 4 (pre-order). We're premiering the video for its new single "Flemish Weave," which kicks off as an atmospheric instrumental jam but eventually turns into driving krautrock. Check out the Steve Gullick-directed clip below.
Tracklist, album artwork, and liv dates (all in Europe) also below...
by Bill Pearis
photo: Colin Medley
U.S. Girls have released a video for "Navy & Cream," from last year's terrific Half Free. The song's Nyquil production is matched with an equally hazy visual treatment courtesy filmaker and animator Emily Pelstring who applies a number of old-school video effects treatments. You can watch it below.
Meg Remy will be taking U.S. Girls on the road again this spring, including two NYC shows: Mercury Lounge on May 12 and Baby's All Right on May 13. Tickets for Mercury Lounge and Baby's go on sale soon.
All tour dates are listed below...
by Andrew Sacher
When they released the new song Christmas for the Jews" on Christmas Eve, Rogue Wave said they also had new music coming in 2016. Now that's been announced. The band's sixth album Delusions Of Grand Fur will be out April 29 via Easy Sound, and its lead single is the nice-sounding synth-led "What Is Left To Solve." Watch the video for that, and check out the album artwork and tracklist, below (via Stereogum).
The band will support the album on a tour that hits NYC on May 13 at Bowery Ballroom and May 14 at Music Hall of Williamsburg. Tickets go on sale Friday (2/12) at noon. All dates are listed below.