Entries tagged with: Hundred Waters
Braids @ BV-SXSW 2013 (more by Sarah Frankie Linder)
Montreal's Braids are gearing up for the release of their second album, Flourish // Perish, which is due out on August 20 via Arbutus/Full Time Hobby/Flemish Eye. They've shared three album tracks so far -- "Hossak," "Fruend," and "In Kind" -- and you can take a listen to them at the bottom of this post. Cover art and tracklisting for the LP can also be found below.
Braids will be embarking on a large fall North American tour in support of Flourish // Perish. Many of those dates feature an opening set from Hundred Waters, including a performance at Schubas on October 29. Advance tickets for the Chicago show are on sale now.
All dates, album info. for Flourish // Perish, and song streams from both acts lie after the jump...
Alt-J at Metro on 3.28.2013
Alt-J came through Chicago last Thursday (3/28) to play a sold-out show at Metro with support from experimental pop outfit Hundred Waters. Hundred Waters took the stage at 9PM and delivered an eclectic, genre-hopping set. Amidst the the chaos of high frequency synths that bordered white noise, vocalists Nicole Miglis and Sam Moss kept things grounded with their beautiful harmonies. After a brief intermission, Alt-J entered to face a roaring crowd. Many fans raised their hands to form a triangle, the band's de-facto logo. Playing to a much bigger audience than their first visit to Chicago, the band returned with an intricate lighting setup, as well as a few smoke machines. They blazed through their debut album, An Awesome Wave, which has been rehearsed to near perfection. They also performed a new song called "Buffalo," and an acapella cover of College's "A Real Hero."
A set of pictures and the full setlist from their 3/28 performance at Metro are in this post. More below...
Lucero @ BV-SXSW 2012 (more by Tim Griffin)
As discussed, the 2013 edition of Tomorrow Never Knows is set to take place from January 16-20 at Lincoln Hall, Schubas, Metro, Hideout, Smart Bar, and the Vic Theatre. A second round of acts have now been added to the festival; some playing brand new shows and some as support for previously announced headliners.
One of the new shows happens at Metro on January 19, and it'll be headlined by Lucero. Tickets for that one go on sale this Friday (11/23) at noon CST. Another new one is Bear in Heaven, Hooray For Earth, Supreme Cuts, and one more act TBA at Schubas on January 16. Tickets for that show also go on sale this Friday at noon.
Check out a TNK 2013 official mixtape below...
Chelsea Wolfe @ Lincoln Hall in August (more by Zach Pollack)
As mentioned, the 2013 edition of Tomorrow Never Knows is slated to take place from January 16-20 at venues throughout the city. More acts have now been added to the festival, some to existing shows and some as brand new events.
One of those brand new shows is the stacked lineup of Chelsea Wolfe, The Amazing, and King Dude at Schubas on January 19. Ms. Wolfe made her Chicago debut at Lincoln Hall this summer, and recently released the great Unknown Rooms: A Collection Of Acoustic Songs via Sargent House. She's got an electric, full-band album coming soon. Sweden's The Amazing welcomed their Gentle Stream LP last month in the US via Partisan Records. They're currently supporting Tame Impala on tour and will be in Chicago on November 13 to play Metro. King Dude (aka TJ Cowgill) released his new album, Burning Daylight, in October via DAIS. He'll embark on a North American tour this weekend, which is set to reach Chicago on December 12 for a performance at the Empty Bottle. Tickets for Chelsea Wolfe, The Amazing, and King Dude go on sale this Friday (11/9) at noon CST.
As mentioned, The Walkmen, who played Metro as part of TNK 2012, will be playing the Vic with Father John Misty on January 18. That show is now part of Tomorrow Never Knows, with limited availability for 5-Day Pass holders. Speaking of 5-day passes, they are still available.
Stay tuned for more Tomorrow Never Knows 2013 updates.
Hospitality @ Brooklyn Bowl in August (more by Dominick Mastrangelo)
today in Chicago
* Hospitality, TEEN @ Schubas
* Pig, Swig and Record Dig @ Schubas
* Papa M @ The Burlington (Early Show)
* Mission of Burma, Bear Claw @ Lincoln Hall
* Slug Guts @ Permanent Records (Free; In-store)
* Huun Huur Tu @ Old Town School of Folk Music
* Nones, Slug Guts, E.T. Habit, The Man @ Empty Bottle
* Soft Speaker, Tin TIn Can, Fuxa @ The Burlington (Late Show)
* Black September, Abysme, Coffinworm, Terminate @ Ultra Lounge
* Minor Characters, Sun Cellar, Will Phalen and the Stereo Addicts @ Beat Kitchen
Schubas' second annual Pig, Swig, and Record Dig goes down today from 11AM - 4PM.
Papa M (aka Dave Pajo) plays an early show at the Burlington.
Mission of Burma headline Lincoln Hall tonight with support from Bear Claw.
Hundred Waters have a new video for "Hydrodictyon." Check it out below.
(via An Horse)
today in Chicago
* Dust-Up Festival @ Big Star
* Suzanne Vega, Musikanto @ City Winery
* Bruce Springsteen @ Wrigley Field (Night 2)
* Suns, Cut Teeth, Noumenon, Gong @ Township
* Bellini, Bottomless Pit, Coffin Pricks @ Quenchers
* Turbo Fruits, The Orwells, Innkeepers @ Schubas
* Amon Tobin, Pure Filth, Jupiter @ Congress Theater
The free Dust-Up Festival takes place at Big Star today. The lineup includes Disappears, Andre Williams & The Goldstars, Old Baby, Quarter Mile Thunder, and The Jeff Walroth Band.
Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band play their second of two shows at Wrigley Field tonight. Check out the full setlist and some videos from their first show at Wrigley HERE.
Hundred Waters, who play Schubas with Julia Holter later this month, have a new video for "Thistle." Check it out below.
Sleigh Bells @ Terminal 5 in February (NYC) (more by Chris La Putt)
Pygmalion Music Festival, set to take place at various venues throughout Champaign-Urbana from September 27-29, have just added a ton of new acts to the lineup. These additions include Sleigh Bells, Best Coast, Laetitia Sadier, Eternal Summers, Hundred Waters, Night Beds, and more. An updated version can be found below.
Some of these acts have already been assigned to venues, like Sleigh Bells, who will kick off the festival with a performance at The Canopy Club on September 27. Dirty Projectors play the Krannert Center for the Performing Arts on September 28, and later that night you can catch Best Coast at The Canopy Club. On September 29, Grizzly Bear and Dinosaur Jr. will headline a full day of music on two stages in Downtown Champaign. Many more shows are TBA.
Laetitia Sadier, one of the fest's many headliners, is set to release her second solo LP, Silencio, on July 24 via Drag City. The Stereolab member recently shared the album's first single "Find Me the Pulse of the Universe," which you can check out HERE. Before hitting Pygmalion, Sadier will play Schubas on September 15. Tickets go on sale this Friday (6/15) at noon CST. Full tour TBA.
An updated lineup for the 2012 Pygmalion Music Festival is below...