Recent Posts in tour dates
October 1, 2014
Roger Sellers @ The Mohawk
Last week, BrooklynVegan premiered Austin's own "folk-dance-americana-electric-symphonic fusion" musician Roger Sellers's new album Primitives, which is out now on Punctum Records. If you missed the album's release party at Cheer Up Charlie's on Saturday (9/27), he's got six more shows in Texas.
The tour kicks off in San Marcos on October 2 at Tantra, then heads to Corpus Christi on October 3 at NASA, Houston on October 5 at Rudyard's, Midland on October 6 at Kamiposi Art Gallery, Marfa on October 22 at El Cosmico, and Dallas on October 24 at The Boiler Room. Tickets for Houston and Midland are available now. Stay tuned for ticket info about the San Marcos, Corpus Christi, Marfa, and Dallas shows.
Full tour information and more at BrooklynVegan. Stream his new album in its entirety below...
Shoegazy noise rock band Tennis System is releasing their new album, Technicolor Blind on October 21 via Papercup Music. You can check out their latest single, "Dead Honey," at the bottom of the post.
In addition to playing CMJ, they are also kicking off a tour in October with a couple dates in Texas. They play Denton on October 13 at Rubber Gloves and a FREE (21+) show in Austin on October 14 at Cheer Up Charlie's. Tickets for Denton will be sold at the door.
Full tour information and more at BrooklynVegan. Stream "Dead Honey" below...
September 30, 2014
The tour hits Austin for FFF Nites on November 8 at Beerland with Meatbodies and OBN IIIs, El Paso on November 24 at Lowbrow Palace, and Dallas on November 25 at City Tavern. Tickets for El Paso and Dallas are on sale now.
Meatbodies, who are touring with Purling Hiss before they get to Texas and are also playing CMJ this year, have their self-titled debut album due October 14 via In the Red. You can stream "Wahoo" from the cassette they released last year on Ty Segall's label, God?, at the end of the post.
Full tour information and more at BrooklynVegan. Song streams below...
August 29, 2014
Austin emo legends Mineral are reunited this year, but so far the only hometown date they've had announced is Fun Fun Fun Fest. That may change tonight (8/29) though. There's a SXSW Cares (the benefit fund for victims of this year's tragedy at SXSW) benefit happening at Mohawk indoors with Jess Williamson and a headlining band called "The Parking Lot". Mineral posted this to their Facebook about the show:
Pretty excited to see this band play in Austin tonight. There's not much info on them if you google them, but we think you'll like 'em. Their name has a snappy ring to it. Not to mention it looks like they have a great taste in fonts. You should join us. #FirstComeFirstServe #SXSWCARESHmmmmm...
August 28, 2014
Com Truise at Sasquatch in 2012 (more by Chris Graham & Rae Graham)
Producer Com Truise (aka Seth Haley) put out an EP last Februrary and is now heading out on tour with Rone, who also put out an album earlier this year. The tour hits El Paso on October 6 at Lowbrow Palace, Houston on October 8 at Fitzgerald's, and Austin on October 9 at Red 7. Tickets for El Paso, Houston, and Austin are on sale now.
Full tour information and more at BrooklynVegan. Check out some videos by both producers below...
August 19, 2014
ACL Music Fest (more by Tim Griffin)
The official 2014 ACL Festival Late Night Shows have been announced for both weekendss of this year's Austin City Limits festival. Highlights of the first weekend include Beck at Stubb's, Jenny Lewis at Stubb's, Interpol at Stubb's, Rhye at the Paramount, and Mac DeMarco at Scoot Inn. Highlights of week two include Polica at the Parish, CHVRCHES at Emo's, Spoon at Stubb's, and Robert Ellis at Stubb's Indoors. Check out C3's entire list.
August 13, 2014
Opeth in NYC in 2013 (more by Caroline Harrison)
Swedish death metal royalty Opeth and In Flames both have new albums coming out and are joining forces for a huge North American tour in December with support from Portland's Red Fang. Opeth's Pale Communion, which frontman Mikael Akerfeldt recently discussed with Invisible Oranges, is out August 26, and In Flames' Siren Charms will be out September 8. The bands will play two dates in Texas, first in Houston at Warehouse Live Ballroom on December 12, and then in Dallas at Gas Monkey on December 13. Presales and VIP packages are available for the whole tour now. General on-sale for all dates begins Friday (8/15).
Head over to BrooklynVegan for all tour dates and more info. Check out new songs from Opeth and In Flames below...
August 12, 2014
Allo Darlin' in NYC in 2012 (more by Dominick Mastrangelo)
The forever-charming UK popsters Allo Darlin' are set to release their third album, We Come From the Same Place, this October and are touring North America around that time. They come to Houston on October 17 at Rudyard's (tix), Austin on October 18 at The Mohawk (tix), and Dallas on October 19 at Club Dada. (tix)
Full tour schedule is available at BrooklynVegan. Check "Romance And Adventure" from their new album below...
Foxygen will tour this fall around the release of their new 24-track album Foxygen...And Star Power, which drops October 14 via Jagjaguar. They'll play INDEX Festival in Dallas on September 27 and Houston on September 28 at Fitzgerald's with Dub Thompson (who recorded their debut album in a house Foxygen's Jonathan Rado was renting at the time) before coming back to Texas on November 9 for Fun Fun Fun Fest in Austin. Tickets for Index Fest, the Houston show, and Fun Fun Fun are available now.
Full tour information and more at BrooklynVegan. Watch the video for "How Can You Really," off the upcoming LP, below...
July 29, 2014
Local boys Spray Paint make the kind of paranoid art punk that that may have folks thinking they've got bugs under their skin -- in a good way of course. Joey Casey recently upped them in NME, helpfully adding "They've got several songs about dumpsters." The band's new album Clean Blood, Regular Acid, on September 23 via Monofonus and you can stream a track from it below.
Spray Paint just played Hotel Vegas on Friday (7/25) but if you missed it you've got a few more chances to see them in Austin. They play Beerland on August 23 with Crack Pipes; then they've got a record release show at Hotel Vegas on September 19 (rest of lineup TBA). The latter is also the kickoff date of their tour with The Rebel (Ben Wallers from Country Teasers).
Additionally, Spray Paint and The Rebel also play McAllen's Cine El Ray on September 20 and Walters Downtown in Houston on September 21 where they'll open for Merchandise (tickets). For all tour dates head to BV and check out the new song stream below...