Recent Posts in tour dates - Page 6
April 22, 2015
Cleveland hip hop vets Bone Thugs-N-Harmony have been playing their 1995 sophomore album, E. 1999 Eternal, in full on tour this year, and that tour's recently been expanded into the summer.
The new dates bring them to NYC on July 30 at Irving Plaza. Tickets for that show go on Live Nation/Music Geeks (pw: musicgeeks) presales today (4/22) at 10 AM, and the general on-sale starts Friday (4/24) at 10 AM.
Bone Thugs were also announced for Ice-T's inaugural Art of Rap Festival which takes place at Irvine, CA's Verizon Wireless Amphitheater on July 18 and Mountain View, CA's Shoreline Amphitheatre on July 19. A lot of the artists (including Ice-T and Bone Thugs) play both days, and others on the bill include The Game, Afrika Bambaataa, Big Daddy Kane, Biz Markie, DJ Quik, Dough E Fresh, EPM, King T, Grand Master Melle Mel, Kool Moe Dee, Kurtis Blow, Mack 10, Naughty Nation ft. Treach & Kaygee, Rakim, Ras Kass, Slick Rick, The Alkaholics, Too Short, Warren G, Xzibit, Cold Crush Brothers and Rapper's Delight. Tickets go on sale Friday at 10 AM.
In other related news, Sports Nation had Bone Thugs sing "Crossroads" from E. 1999 Eternal after NBA star Blake Griffin dunked three times on Aaron Baynes. Watch that video, with the list of Bone Thugs dates, below...
April 21, 2015
photo: Mac DeMarco @ Coachella (more by Samantha Saturday)
Mac DeMarco is spending much of his summer on the festival circuit. He just played Coachella and will be appearing at Austin Levitation, Primavera, Pitchfork, Bonnaroo and more. In August he'll be playing NYC, a four show assault happening at Bowery Ballroom (8/17), Webster Hall (8/18), Music Hall of Williamsburg (8/19) and Warsaw (8/20). Tickets for all four shows go on sale Friday (4/24) at noon with AmEx presales happening for Bowery and MHOW on Wednesday (4/22) at noon.
All tour datesa are listed below.
Bombastic UK trio Muse will release their new album, Drones, on June 9. The album, their seventh, was recorded with veteran producer Robert John "Mutt" Lange (Def Leppard, AC/DC) and you can check out the lyric video for singles "Psycho" and "Deep Inside," below.
The band will be in NYC and Los Angeles next month playing smaller-than-usual shows, including Webster Hall on May 8. Tickets for that show go on sale Wednesday (4/22) at 9 AM. While in NYC, Muse will also be playing the I Heart Radio Theatre on May 9 but that is a non-ticketed show with passes being given away by iHeartRadio and through Muse's fan club.
The LA show happens at The Mayan on May 15 and tickets to that show go on sale Wednesday at 10 AM Pacfic time. Those are the only Muse shows scheduled for the US currently. Videos below...
photo: Veruca Salt at MHOW in 2014 (more by Adela Loconte)
'90s rockers Veruca Salt returned last year with a tour and new music which had them sounding as awesome now as they did back then. Now they're ready to hit the road again for another round of North American dates this summer.
The tour kicks off in California and then heads east, hitting NYC on July 31 at Webster Hall before ending in DC the next day. Tickets for Webster go on sale Friday (4/24) at noon.
All dates are listed, with a video for one of their newer songs, as well as the one for their classic "Seether" and footage from their 2014 tour, below...
by Andrew Sacher
Atlanta's Blis. debuted in 2013 with the self-released Moving Foward EP, and earlier this year they followed it with Starting Fires in my Parents House on Soft Speak Records. Starting Fires quickly and deservedly gained some internet buzz, and then they landed a deal with Sargent House (Boris, Russian Circles, Chelsea Wolfe), who will release their first full length this fall.
Starting Fires has Blis. pulling equally from the kind of indie rock and post-hardcore we were getting in the early 2000s, but that (mostly) didn't start crossing paths until more recently with things like Modest Mouse / Brand New shows. They're "indie rock" in the sense that they seem to be consciously writing rock music that isn't made for the radio. It has tricky time signatures, off-kilter dynamic shifts, and vocals that some people might say "sound weird." Some moments are quiet and singer/songwriter-y, and out of nowhere they'll switch to huge power chords and piercing screams. It's really promising stuff, and this upcoming album seems like one to look out for.
Meanwhile, stream the EP and watch the new video for opening track "Floating Somewhere High and Above" below. The band's only upcoming show at the moment is hometown festival Wrecking Ball with the stacked lineup of Descendents, Judge, Desaparecidos, The Get Up Kids, Modern Life Is War, American Nightmare, The Appleseed Cast and more (tickets).
photo: GWAR at 'Empire Records' celebration (more by Sachyn Mital)
GWAR, who were just in NYC for the Empire Records 20th anniversary, will be putting on another installment of their annual GWAR-B-Q this year. The fest happens in Richmond from August 14-16. Day 1 happens at two RVA venues, The National and The Broadberry, day 2 happens at Hadad's Lake, and the final day will have a "Brutal Brunch" at the new GWARbar.
Bands announced so far include Descendents, Down, The Dickies, Goatwhore, MC Chris and Dead Earth Politics, with many more TBA. Ticket info will be announced soon, and like in past years, part of the proceeds will benefit Ring Dog Rescue.
Meanwhile, the band are currently dealing with legal trouble from their late frontman Dave Brockie's father.
by Bill Pearis
Australian EBM/Industrial vets Severed Heads will be touring the US this fall, playing dates in seven cities including NYC on September 24 at Santos Party House. That's their first NYC show since 1990. Tickets to that show will be available soon via Ticketweb. All dates are listed below.
Formed in 1979, they began as tape loop manipulators not unlike Cabaret Voltaire but, by the late '80s, pop melodies became a major part of their sound and singles "Greater Reward" and "All Saints Day" were hits on College Radio and in alternative dance clubs. You can stream those below. Their last major tour here was with MC 900 Ft. Jesus (remember "Truth is Out of Style"? anyone?). Frontman Tom Ellard has kept the Severed Heads flag flying off-and-on ever since. Their website says a new album is due out this year.
Their tour wraps up in Chicago for the two-day Cold Waves IV Fest which happens at Metro on September 25 & 26 which also includes appearances from Godflesh, Front Line Assembly, Pow Will Eat Itself (Clint Mansell is not in this lineup, FYI), Lustmord, Lead Into Gold and more. Tickets for Cold Waves IV are on sale and full lineup is listed below.
Jeff Rosenstock is on tour now, having already played NYC six times this year, and he's got a seventh show here coming up. It's a free one happening on May 30 at Brooklyn Night Bazaar with the Max Levine Ensemble and other bands TBA.
Jeff is currently on a run with Chumped, which will be nearby NYC this weekend on Sunday (4/26) at Asbury Lanes (tickets). Both Jeff and Chumped were announced last night for The Fest. Updated dates are listed below.
In less happy news, at the recent Austin stop of the Jeff/Chumped tour, a woman tweeted about being "groped by five or more straight white dudes" because they said she "didn't deserve front row." Jeff took to his Twitter to call those guys out, and his series of tweets reads:
It is complete total fucking bullshit that ****** didn't get to enjoy our show tonight because of male entitlement bullshit.That is a bummer to hear.
It is COMPLETELY TOTALLY INSANE TO ME THAT A FAN WAS GROPED AND HAD FINGERS SLIPPED UP HER SKIRT TONIGHT. MALE FANS WHO DID THIS: REALLY?!?!
To whoever did this: YOU SEXUALLY ASSAULTED SOMEONE TONIGHT. YOU VIOLATED A HUMAN BEING. ARE YOU FUCKING KIDDING ME?
THERE IS NO PLACE FOR YOU AT OUR SHOWS IF YOU DON'T HAVE RESPECT FOR WOMEN. FUCKING NONE. STOP LISTENING, STOP ATTENDING.
AND STOP GOING TO PUNK SHOWS PERIOD. THIS IS A SCENE BASED ON RESPECT FOR OTHERS.
AND MAYBE JUST DON'T GO OUT IN PUBLIC UNTIL YOU REALIZE THAT WE'RE ALL IN THIS TOGETHER, WE'RE ALL EQUAL AND WE ALL DESERVE TO FEEL SAFE.
Maybe I need to say this more clearly although I thought it was clear as fucking day...
IF YOU ARE SEXIST, HOMOPHOBIC, RACIST, ETC. YOU ARE MISSING THE POINT OF EVERYTHING WE DO. PLEASE STOP "SUPPORTING" US IN ANY WAY
OR BETTER YET, IF YOU DON'T HAVE RESPECT FOR OTHERS AND YOU'RE READING THIS... STOP. YOU CAN CHANGE. YOU CAN BE BETTER.
THE WORLD IS EVOLVING BEYOND PREJUDICE. STOP BEING A DUMBSHIT, START RESPECTING THOSE UNLIKE YOU AND BE AHEAD OF THE PACK.
Jeff's new album, We Cool?, came out earlier this year via SideOneDummy. Stream it in full, with his updated list of dates, below...
photo: Jane's Addiction in Times Square in 2014 (more by Dana (distortion) Yavin)
Alt-rock vets Jane's Addiction are performing 1988's Nothing's Shocking at select dates this year. Their tour already included three shows just outside of NYC, but nothing in the city. Now one's finally been added, happening May 13 at Brooklyn Bowl. Tickets go on sale Friday (4/24) at noon with a presale beginning Wednesday (4/22) at noon.
We'll have the password in this post as soon as we get it.
UPDATE: PRESALE PASSWORD = SHOCKING.
The tour also hits NJ on 5/15 at Starland (tickets), Long Island on 5/18 at Paramount (sold out), and Port Chester on 5/19 at the Cap (sold out).
Updated dates are listed below...
photo: Neil Young at Farm Aid 2013 (more by Dana (distortion) Yavin)
Neil Young will release a new album with Promise of the Real, the band featuring Willie Nelson's sons Lukas and Micah, called The Monsanto Years, on June 16. The album criticizes Monsanto, a corporation which genetically engineers seeds that Neil has spoken out against for years.
Neil and Willie's sons are also going on a tour together in support of the album. A few dates will be opened by Band of Horses, including the NJ show on July 16 at Susquehanna Bank Center. They also play Bethel Woods on July 17 (where Woodstock was located) (no opener announced), and Jones Beach on July 21 with Norah Jones' country band Puss 'N' Boots. Tickets for those shows go on sale Friday (4/24) at 10 AM, and the Jones Beach show has a Ticketmaster presale starting Thursday (4/23) at 10 AM.
All dates are listed, with a video of Neil playing with Lukas Nelson at a recent show, below...