Recent Posts in tour dates - Page 6
August 25, 2015
photo: GD50 in Chicago (more by Jay Blakesberg)
Grateful Dead members Bob Weir, Mickey Hart & Bill Kreutzmann recently announced two MSG shows as Dead & Company (with John Mayer and more). Those shows both sold out, and now the band have added more tour dates. They play Albany, Philly, DC and Mass. shows around the MSG dates, LA on New Year's Eve, and San Francisco right before that.
Full tour schedule and ticket info below...
August 24, 2015
This past Friday, retro riffers The Sword released their new album High Country on Razor & Tie. You can pick it up on iTunes, and we're also giving away an album bundle that features one copy on Double Black Vinyl, on CD copy, and one High Country Album Art T-Shirt. Head below to enter the contest.
Meanwhile, there's some cool metal coming up in NYC sooner than that. This week, the Atlas Moth / Vattnet Viskar tour lands at Saint Vitus on Tuesday (8/25). Tickets are still available. The next day, AC/DC's tour hits NYC-area venue MetLife Stadium (8/26). You can still get tickets for that one too.
Earth's tour with Holy Sons hits NYC on Wednesday (8/26) at LPR with Marc Ribot & Ikue Mori (buy tickets or win them) and Thursday (8/27) at Saint Vitus (sold out). The next night, Vitus hosts So Hideous and Set and Setting (tickets).
Some exciting metal news was announced today too. Candiria are playing their first non-festival NYC show since reuniting. Cavity are playing their first East Coast show in over a decade. And the legendary Pentagram added a second NYC date to their tour.
Enter The Sword contest below...
Brainfeeder-signed jazz musician and Kendrick Lamar/Thundercat collaborator Kamasi Washington is on tour now, and begins his two-night stay in NYC tonight (8/24) with 8 PM and 10:30 sets at the Blue Note and does it again on Tuesday (8/25). Tables for all four are sold out, but you can still reserve a spot at the bar.
His tour continues into the fall, and includes a return to NYC for a CMJ on October 15 at BRIC House. It's the first night of the venue's JazzFest Marathon, and also features Dessy Di Lauro's Neo-Ragtime, Dawn of Midi, Nir Felder, Kris Bowers, Brandee Younger, Takuya Kuroda, Ben Williams & Sound Effect, Donny McCaslin, and DJ Rich Medina. Tickets are on sale now, and the first 25 CMJ badge-holders will be admitted.
Updated dates are listed, with a video of a recent KCRW session, below...
"Highlights from Afropunk for me so far were @Candiria and ST. Amazing sets" - Eddie Pearson
"Brand new fan of @Candiria @Raury and #Deathgrips !!! Sick! Killed that sh*%! Thank you @afropunk !!!" - Ericca J
"also a thrill to hear @Candiria @afropunk . so much good music. i'm ready to go into the shed. precision, transition, overdrive. #damn" - Jason Moran
Candiria at 2015 Afropunk Fest (photo by Mindy Rubinstein-Rosier)
It's happening! After a six long hiatus, Brooklyn's Candiria have announced a return. For our younger fans, Candiria were incredibly influential in the late 90s, implementing facets of jazz-fusion and rap into their songs. The band members decided to "move on with their lives" a few years ago, with drummer Ken Schalk moving to the other side of the country, but have since started making music again.Metal Injection wrote the above about Brooklyn's genre-defying Candiria last year. The band since played their first NYC reunion show at Black N Blue Bowl in May and then another at Afropunk Festival this past weekend.
Now, Candiria have scheduled their first non-festival hometown show, happening September 27 at Saint Vitus with Netherlands, Go Deep and Primitive Weapons. Tickets are on sale now.
Watch a video of their full Afropunk set, below...
by Bill Pearis
In the continuing competition of Melbourne musicians to see who can be in the most number of bands, we have Terry, a four-piece that features Al Montfort (of Total Control and Dick Diver, who were both recently in NYC), Zephyr Pavey (Eastlink, Total Control, Russell Street Bombings), Amy Hill (Constant Mongrel, School Of Radiant Living), and Xanthe Waite (Mick Harvey Band). Their debut single features three doses of shambly Television Personalities/Swell Maps style earworm indie rock. You can listen to "Talk About Terry" below.
photo by Mimi Hong, words by Andrew Sacher
Pianos Become the Teeth @ Le Poisson Rouge - 8/22/2015
The Menzingers / mewithoutYou tour was already going to be a killer double bill, and this thing just turned into a killer quadruple bill. Heartland punks Restorations and gripping post-hardcore band Pianos Become the Teeth were both added.
The tour hits NYC on November 27 at Webster Hall. Tickets for that show are still available.
Miami's Cavity, the '90s/early '00s sludge metal band that included future Floor / Torche members Steve Brooks and Juan Montoya and future Black Cobra member Jason Landrian, half-reunited at a Black Cobra show in their hometown last year, and now a full reunion is planned. This lineup won't actually include any of those three members, but it will include Eduardo Alejandro Matus, Daniel Gorostiaga, Rene Barge, Rick Smith (Torche), and Ryan Weinstein (The Cairo Gang and Mikal Cronin's band).
They'll make their first East Coast appearance in over a decade this fall, and it happens at NYC's Saint Vitus on September 25, presented by Noisey. Also on the bill is Genocide Pact and Sunrot. Tickets are on sale now.
Stream a track from 2001's On the Lam, their final album, below...
photo: Pentagram at Gramercy Theatre in 2014 (more by Greg Cristman)
Metal legends Pentagram recently announced a fall tour that includes NYC's Saint Vitus on October 6. That show has since sold out, but they now added a second date for October 5 at Saint Vitus. Like the rest of the tour, Electric Citizen and Satan's Satyrs are opening. Tickets are on sale now.
by Bill Pearis
Sudakistan are a quartet who are mostly South American that are currently residing in Stockholm, Sweden and make the kind of party-friendly garage rock that Scandinavia does so well. After a series of well-received singles, the band are set to release their debut album, Caballo Negro, on October 30 via PNKSLM Recordings. (Pre-orders are up now.) It was produced by Joakim Åhlund (Les Big Byrd, Caesars, Teddybears) and PNKSLM founder Luke Reilly, and we've got the premiere of its demented lead single, "Mundo Mamon." It's fun stuff and you can listen below.
If you happen to be in Stockholm this week, Sudakistan play the city's Debaser Slussen on Wednesday (8/26) with UK band The Castilians.
by Bill Pearis
Swedish electronic duo Korallreven (one-half of which is The Radio Dept's Daniel Tjäder) have a new single, "Here in Iowa." It's also their last. They say, "It's been magic, but there is a time for everything and an end to everything too, also with Korallreven." It's a nice goodbye, sticking to their patented balaeric dreampop sound and you can listen to it below.
Korallreven will be playing two farewell shows, one in Sweden and one in NYC as part of Cascine Records' fifth anniversary party at The Wythe Hotel on September 17 with Chad Valley, Lemonade, Yumi Zouma, and Cuushe. Tickets are still available.