Entries tagged with: The Coathangers
The Coathangers at Burgerama III (more by Debi Del Grande)
The Coathangers recently wrapped up a short run through the south, and will be hitting the road for a full US tour soon. Joining them on most dates will be Portland punks White Fang. They will be in Houston at Fitzgeralds on 7/25 (tickets), Austin at Red 7 on 7/26 (tickets), Dallas at Club Dada on 7/27 (tickets) and San Antonio at Ten Eleven on 7/28 (no advance tix). The Atlanta trio have been busy supporting their new album Suck My Shirt which was released on Suicide Squeeze Records.
Throughout the tour they will also be meeting up with Ceremony and Nothing in Tucson on 7/31; Dum Dum Girls, Bleached, Best Coast and Shannon and the Clams at Burger-a-Go-Go in Los Angeles 8/2; and then ending the tour with Black Lips for Andy Animal's Meltasia in La Fayette, GA on 9/5.
All dates are listed, with a couple videos, below...
by Andrew Sacher
Single Mothers in Chicago in January (more by James Richards IV)
London, Ontario punks Single Mothers released their four-song self titled EP back in 2011 and it's one of those EPs that's just way too short, kills for the entire time, and leaves you begging for a full length album. Well fortunately, we'll be getting that album this year. The band have signed with XL imprint Hot Charity (Willis Earl Beal, Ratking) and the label will release their debut full length at some point in the near future. The album is being produced by Joby J. Ford of The Bronx, whose mix of post-hardcore and rock n' roll isn't too far removed from that of Single Mothers, and it wouldn't be surprising if they've picked up a few tips from The Bronx along the way.
The band are great live too, thrashing around ruthlessly as frontman Andrew Thomson spits wordy, personal lyrics at the crowd. They'll be taking that show on the road again this February and March, and will be coming through Austin for SXSW. The shows they have lined up so far include March 13 at Metal and Lace Lounge, a TBA show on 3/14, the CMW showcase on March 15 at Friends, and the Alternative Press showcase on March 16 at Red 7.
Before that, they'll be at pre-SXSW festival Savannah Stopover in Georgia, and afterwards they'll be at post-SXSW festival Spillover 2013 in Dallas with Parenthetical Girls, Parquet Courts, Today is the Day, Alex Bleeker and the Freaks, Widowspeak, Ducktails, and more. Tickets for Spillover are on sale now. The full lineup is below.
Single Mothers have other upcoming dates also, and all of them are listed below, along with a stream of their EP...
Savages at BV-CMJ 2012 (more by Dominick Mastrangelo)
Last month, SXSW revealed its first round of artists for their 2013 festival, which happens from March 12-17, and now they've revealed a second announcement with way more artists. The new announcement includes Allo Darlin', Angel Haze, Audacity, Black Moth Super Rainbow, Blood Diamonds, Bonde Do Role, Deap Vally, Dessa, Eaux, Sky Ferreira, Flatbush Zombies, Foxygen, Girl Unit, Hundred Waters, Hunters, Major Lazer, Ms Mr, Nguzunguzu, Nu Sensae, Palma Violets, Paws, Peace, PS I Love You, Ratking, Rhye, Savages, Shout Out Louds, The Soft Moon, Thee Oh Sees, Toro y Moi, Ume, Wavves, and many more.
Full list below...
Chelsea Light Moving at Sled Island 2012 (more by Zach Pollack)
With Sonic Youth's future looking cloudy these days, Thurston Moore has turned some of his attention to his new group, Chelsea Light Moving . The band haven't played very many shows to date, but will make their Texas debut at the 35 Denton Music Festival which takes place March 7 - 10 in Denton, TX. Four-day wristbands and "fast track" passes are on sale now.
Chelsea Light Moving is one of a few recent additions to Denton 35's 2013 line-up and other just-added artists include Emeralds, Poolside, MC Antwon, White Lung, The Coathangers, Shannon and the Clams, Delicate Steve, Idiot Glee and Fossil Collective. Full list of announced acts is below.
The Coathangers at #HotelVegan during SXSW 2012 (more by Tim Griffin)
As discussed on BV, The Coathangers have a new split 7" with Davila 666 and will hit the road for some East Coast dates in late May, but first the quartet will reenact SXSW and play a pair of Austin shows on the same day as part of the Fusebox Festival.
The first show happens earlier in the evening on 4/25 at Long Center for Performing Arts as part of an event entitled Forklift Danceworks: Invasion of the New Grrl Order:
Acclaimed Austin-based choreographer Allison Orr teams up with Emily Marks of Scottish Rite Theatre and over one hundred local girls in a raucous homage to the Riot Grrl movement of the early 1990s. Accompanied by the celebrated female punk rock band The Coathangers (Atlanta), the event serves as the kickoff to this year's festival.The FREE event is still looking for girls ages 6 - 18 to participate. For more information head to their site. Later that night The Coathangers will head to Fusebox Festival Hub (1100 E. 5th Street) for a show that will set you back a measly $5 at the door.
Fusebox Festival runs from April 25th to May 6th, and is "an annual contemporary art and performance festival" that features everything from film to dance to music. Among the included artists are bounce musician Vockah Redu, who will bounce his way into Fusebox Festival Hub on 4/28. $5 gets you in at the door.
All Coathangers dates, a preview of the Fusebox Festival and a streamable version of that split with Davila 666, below....
Off! at the Vans Warehouse in Brooklyn (more by BBG)
Those looking to avoid the crowds but not the fun during SXSW can hold on until March 18th to head to Dallas for Bro Fest 2012 at Club DaDa. The show (which begins at noon on that Sunday), still currently in the works, will feature at least twenty bands in total, of which sixteen have already been announced. Tickets are on sale now for the incredible lineup that is Cerebral Ballzy, The Entrance Band, The Men, Sleepy Sun, Titus Andronicus, White Mystery, All Pigs Must Die, Coliseum, Narrows, And So I Watched You From Afar, The Coathangers, Crystal Antlers, Crocodiles, The Growlers, Prince Rama, and Off! with more still TBA.