Recent Posts in tour dates - Page 7
September 10, 2014
Interpol at Bowery Ballroom last week (more by PSquared)
Their fall tour already includes two sold out Terminal 5 shows (11/24 & 11/26), and now a THIRD T5 show has been added for November 25. The other two are with Hundred Waters though no opener has been announced for this one yet. Tickets for the newly-added show go on AmEx presale today (9/10) at noon with a general on sale beginning Friday (9/12) at noon.
A new Philly date was added too. Updated dates are listed below...
September 9, 2014
by Ian Chainey
Black Cobra at Saint Vitus, 2012 (more by Fred Pessaro)
Black Cobra are currently on tour with Lo-Pan, and they brought out some old jams last night (9/8) in Miami. Guitarist Jason Landrian reunited with his old Cavity bandmate Daniel Gorostiaga for two of that band's songs during the encore. According to the YouTube description, "This was a sight to behold. After Black Cobra ripped through their set, Daniel Gorostiaga joined them onstage to play two Cavity songs, "Crawling" and "Supercollider." All things considered, this is the closest thing we've had to a Cavity reunion in years." Gorostiaga and Landrian both played on Cavity's 2001 record On the Lam, the band's final album. You can check out the video from the show below.
Cavity's lineup at one point also included Steve Brooks and Juan Montoya, who later formed Floor and then Torche. Both of those bands are currently active. Floor put out a new LP and wrapped up a tour earlier this year, and Torche are planning on releasing an album in 2015 and will be touring sooner than that, hitting NYC on September 27 at Saint Vitus with Broughton's Rules (tickets).
The Black Cobra / Lo-Pan tour has plenty more dates coming up through October too, including a NYC show on September 18 at Saint Vitus with Kings Destroy and Godmaker, which Invisible Oranges is presenting (tickets). Then, on September 19, the two will play the second night of Uninvited Festival, an absolutely loaded event that will be particularly appealing to stoners.
Updated Black Cobra / Lo-Pan dates are listed, with the almost-reunion of Cavity and a full stream of On the Lam, below...
Leftover Crack at Gramercy in 2009 (more by Justina Villanueva)
Leftover Crack haven't released an album since their 2004 sophomore LP Fuck World Trade and they haven't released new music at all since their 2007 split with Citizen Fish, but they recently announced their Cracktoberfest 2014 tour which they say they'll be previewing new material on. The tour is with Potato Pirates, Juicy Karkass and Rats in the Wall (Brad Logan of Leftover Crack's other band), and it hits NYC on October 25 at SRB Brooklyn for a show that also includes local NYC bands Mutilation Rites and A$$troland. Tickets for that show are on sale now.
All dates are listed, with a video, below...
by Bill Pearis
Brooklyn-based post-punk trio YOU. just released their third album, Sunchaser, via Dais Recordings. The band made the album with Cult of Youth's Sean Ragon and though they may be chasing the sun, they don't seem to be catching it if the album's gloomy-in-a-good-way songs are any indication. It's definitely worth checking out and you can stream the entire album in this post.
YOU. will be celebrating the new album with a release show tonight (9/9) at Palisades with Starred and Bootblacks. Their next show is the October 8 edition of Nothing Changes at Home Sweet Home where they'll play with Philly band Hot Guts.
Album stream below....
Porches at Baby's All Right in April (more by Amanda Hatfield)
BrooklynVegan's 2013 Friday CMJ day party was the first-ever show at Williamsburg venue Baby's All Right, and now they'll be celebrating their 1 year anniversary with some shows including a double header of Porches and Frankie Cosmos on October 17 & 18. Frankie headlines the first night, Porches headline the next one, and there's special guests promised at both. As you may know, main Frankie Cosmos member Greta Kline plays bass in Porches and Porches singer Aaron Maine plays drums in Frankie Cosmos. Tickets for both shows go on sale Friday (9/12) at noon.
Frankie Cosmos also plays a free NYC show later that month at Brooklyn Night Bazaar on October 24, which is Kanine Records and Insound's CMJ party. The rest of the lineup is good too with NYC's Beverly (who have a new video and other dates), Ireland's September Girls, London's Flowers, London's Only Real, and DJs Andy Nystrom (Insound) and Lio Kanine (Kanine Records).
Porches and Frankie have a few other dates announced too, which are listed, along with a couple videos, below...
Deer Tick at one of their 2012 Brooklyn Bowl holiday shows (more by Tracy Allison)
How are you spending your week between Christmas and New Years? For Deer Tick, who have their 10th anniversary this year, they'll be celebrating at at Brooklyn Bowl for a special six-night run from December 26 - December 31. The first five nights, in addition to their own material, they'll be covering some of their favorite albums in full:
12/26: NRBQ - Tiddlywinks / Deer Tick: War Elephant (tix)More excitingly, at the 12/26 show they'll be performing their 2007 album War Elephant in full too! For the final (New Year's Eve) show, it will be an entirely fan-chosen setlist. The band are promising "many friends, special guests, and great bands joining the party each night." Tickets for these Brooklyn Bowl shows go on sale Friday (9/12) at noon with a presale beginning Wednesday (9/10) at noon.
12/27: Lou Reed - Transformer (tix)
12/28: The Beatles - Meet the Beatles (tix)
12/29: Devo - Q: Are We Not Men? A: We Are Devo! (tix)
12/30: Elvis Costello - My Aim is True (tix)
12/31 fan chosen Deer Tick Set (tix)
Congrats to Deer Tick on on 10 great years! We're glad to have spent most of that ride with them. Highlights include Deer Tick's opening set at our very first official SXSW showcase and their headlining set at our show at the same venue just one year later. War Elephant was their only album released both of those years, and I'm especially excited about that one being performed in full.
Deer Tick are no strangers to holiday shows at Brooklyn Bowl or performing lots of covers. Meanwhile, the band will open for The Replacements next week (9/19) at Forest Hills Stadium in Queens with The Hold Steady on the bill too. Tickets are still available (you can win them too). Updated tour dates, plus Rdio/YouTube streams of the albums they're covering, are below.
Phosphorescent at Outside Lands 2014 (more by Samantha Saturday)
Earlier this year, we mentioned that Francesco Ferorelli's Brooklyn-based folk rock band Heaven's Jail released an album produced by and featuring Phosphorescent main man Matthew Houck. Now Matthew and Francesco have announced that they'll make their first live appearance as a duo at the first of Wesley Stace's three upcoming Cabinet of Wonders shows at City Winery. They'll be at the one happening on September 19, and other guests were announced as well including guitar great Marc Ribot, Memphis walker Marc Cohn, folk/jazz singer Jill Barber, novelist Charles Bock, essayist Megan Stielstra, and Eric Bazilian of '80s-era pop rockers The Hooters. Tickets for that show are still available. You can also get tickets to the upcoming Cabinet of Wonders shows on 10/24 and 11/21 (guests TBA).
The show's being recorded for NPR and will be available as an archive afterwards. Other past Cabinet of Wonders have been archived as NPR podcasts too. You can listen to a few, like the one featuring Craig Finn, John Darnielle, Hamilton Leithauser and more or the one featuring Ted Leo, Eugene Mirman, Sean Nelson and more, here.
Heaven's Jail recently made a video for "Long Island Sound" off his album and performed that same song in a studio for Bedford & Bowery. Watch both of those videos below...
photo by Sera Timms
Dark singer/songwriter Emma Ruth Rundle (of Marriages, Nocturnes, Red Sparrowes) has announced another tour in support of this year's excellent solo album, Some Heavy Ocean. This tour is with two of her Sargent House labelmates, TTNG fka This Town Needs Guns (who are headlining) and Mylets, who have both toured together before. The tour hits NYC on November 4 at The Studio at Webster Hall. Tickets for the NYC show are not on sale yet but should be soon via Ticketweb.
Emma recently made a video for "Arms I Know So Well" (dir. Thomas McMahan) off her album. You can watch that, with the list of tour dates, below...
photos by Mathieu Bredeau
DJ Shadow & Cut Chemist / Afrika Bambaataa himself
[Everything] that went under the needle during Shadow and Chemist's propulsive 90-minute spree of old-school breakbeats and frenetic scratches, the disc came from Bambaataa's fabled 42,000-piece record collection. That house of wax is part of an even bigger archive that Bambaataa, now 57, donated in 2013 to the Hip Hop Collection at Cornell University, where he is a visiting scholar. But every thump, riff and shout that boomed through the room tonight - including brazenly manipulated chunks of Sly and the Family Stone's "Sing a Simple Song," Kraftwerk's "Trans Europe Express" and Bambaataa's own '83 jam "Renegades of Funk" - was pulled from the same LPs and 12-inch singles that Bambaataa broadcast across Bronx playgrounds and used to fill the floors at clubs all over New York in the late Seventies and early Eightes.DJ Shadow and Cut Chemist brought their tour DJing exclusively from the legendary Afrika Bambaataa's personal vinyl collection (check it out) to NYC for two shows last week, September 4 and 5 at Irving Plaza. Bambaataa was in attendance for both (as the review quoted above describes from the first night). Opening the shows was a set from Edan and his collaborator Paten Locke. Did you catch either of the shows? How were they?
...At the end of the night, Bambaataa - who watched the set from the balcony - came down to the stage and took a bow, a radiant smile belying the inscrutable effect of his giant Sun Ra-like shades. His life's work may now be a library, but it's still a revolution with wheels. [Rolling Stone]
Pictures of the second night are in this post and continue below...
by Bill Pearis
The Drums on Novotel roof in July (more by Wei Shi)
The Drums' new album, Encyclopedia, will be out September 23 and the band have shared a new single, "Kiss Me Again," which is a little more like their classic sound than we heard on the punky 'Magic Mountain." You can stream that below. If you want to hear more, The Drums made a pretty clever album trailer that offers up snippets of a bunch of LP tracks, plus some light comedy. You can watch that below too.
Right before their album is released, The Drums will play an acoustic afternoon show at Rough Trade on Sunday, September 21. To get in you need to either buy the new album in any format or the "Magic Mountain" 7" from the Rough Trade store that day, and you'll get two wristbands into the show.
Before that, you can catch The Drums in full electric mode when their tour hits NYC for two sold-out shows next week -- Music Hall of Williamsburg on September 16 and Bowery Ballroom on September 20. Beverly open both shows and Literature also play the Bowery show (and two of their own shows that week).
Speaking of, Beverly have a new video for "All the Things" that finds the band enjoying a day at the waterpark. You can watch that below.
Updated dates for The Drums are listed, along with streams and videos, also below...