Entries tagged with: Jessie Ware
Nine Inch Nails fan @ Lollapalooza 2012 (more by James Richards IV)
The official Lollapalooza 2013 lineup has been announced, even though you already got a good peek at it when it leaked in full last week. The Cure, Nine Inch Nails, New Order, Queens of the Stone Age, Kendrick Lamar, Phoenix, The National, Baroness, and MANY more are slated to perform in Grant Park from August 2-4.
Check out the full Lollapalooza 2013 lineups-by-day below...
EDM Chicago are pointing to what looks like an official lineup poster for Lollapalooza 2013. Though it's a tad bit blurry (there's a clearer image at the bottom of this post), it features The Cure, Mumford & Sons, The Killers, Nine Inch Nails, Phoenix, The Postal Service, Vampire Weekend, New Order, Queens of the Stone Age, The Lumineers, The National, Kendrick Lamar, Grizzly Bear, Lana Del Rey, Azealia Banks, Local Natives, Beach House, Cat Power, Alt-J, Foals, Death Grips, Disclosure, Father John Misty, Baroness, Jessie Ware, and MANY more.
Aside from the poster looking extremely real, most of these artists have already been confirmed or were at least strong possibilities. The official lineup will arrive on April 9, which is also when single-day passes - all that's left at this point - will go on sale (at 10AM CST).
Head below for a clearer picture of the leaked lineup...
Jessie Ware @ Lincoln Hall on 1.20.2013
Despite bone-chilling temperatures on Sunday night (1/20), Jessie Ware sold-out Lincoln Hall for her Chicago debut and delicately positioned the cherry on top of Tomorrow Never Knows 2013. Ware brought broad smiles to chapped lips and smooth steps to shrunken joints as she emerged from swaths of thick blue smoke to deliver "Devotion" as the opener to a set that made me question whether listening to her recordings again could ever do her stunning voice justice.
As conversational with the crowd as I have ever seen an artist, Ware delivered graceful banter and open storytelling with her endearing British accent and phrases (she described Lincoln Hall as "swish"). Ware told us about getting her nails done earlier that day, about how "Taking in Water," though oft overlooked, is one of her favorite songs to perform because it's about her little brother, and at one pause exclaimed, "There are so many blokes in here! Where are all my girls?"
This has certainly been an overwhelmingly exciting year for Ware, but she didn't hesitate to offer sincere details on the news we've been anxiously reading about her budding career. She apologized for the difficulty of accessing her music online--lamenting Devotion being taken off iTunes--and informed us that Questlove's fro smells like the loveliest of incenses. Caught up in nervous giggles during the first verse of "What You Won't Do For Love," Ware gives us hope that a genuine, grateful pop star can succeed in the cutthroat music business. The audience was more than willing to wait for her to compose herself; it almost made closing our eyes and mouthing the words more enjoyable.
Ware's band was as remarkable as the diva herself, providing exceedingly tight soul grooves and tearing through "Wildest Moments," "Running," "Sweet Talk," and "110%" with enviable precision. Ware's crew is a studied, fluid operation. Jessie Ware was humble, passionate, and one of the best live voices I've heard in a while. The faces of fans in the crowd gave me faith that she'll stick around; Ware can't resist keeping them smiling.
On An On, Mister Lies, and DJ Kriz Baronia opened the show, and a set of pictures from the night are in this post. More below...
Jessie Ware @ NYC's The Box, December 2012 (more by Amanda Hatfield)
UK songstress Jessie Ware welcomed her great debut LP, Devotion, in August of 2012. She's currently on tour throughout the US, and visited Late Night with Jimmy Fallon last night (1/16) to perform the Devotion standout "Wildest Moments" with a little help from The Roots. Footage of her Fallon performance can be found at the bottom of this post.
As discussed, Jessie Ware will make her Chicago debut at Lincoln Hall this Sunday (1/20) with support from On An On, Mister Lies (who is on the cover of the Reader's B-Side this week), and Kriz Baronia as part of Tomorrow Never Knows 2013. That show is sold-out, but you can still get in if you've got a five-day festival pass, which are still available.
Earlier this week, Jessie Ware released her new EP, If You're Never Gonna Move, via Island Records. The five-song EP features Devotion's "If You're Never Gonna Move," "Sweet Talk," and "Devotion," a cover of "What You Won't Do For Love," and a Two Inch Punch remix of "If You're Never Gonna Move." A stream of her new EP can be found below.
All known Jessie Ware tour dates, footage from her Fallon performance, and a stream of her new EP are below...
Japandroids @ NYC's Webster Hall earlier on tour (more by Dominick Mastragelo)
today in Chicago
* Japandroids, David Vandelvelde @ Metro
* Punch Brothers, The Milk Carton Kids @ the Vic
* Fake Limbs, Soft Jolts, Jack Buck @ The Burlington
* Scoundrel, Sneeze, Luau, Empty Isle, Like Bats @ Township
* Toupée, King Tuts Tomb, Onyx System, Balldrop @ Empty Bottle
* Roach Beach, Thee Arthur Layne, Bionic Cavemen, The People's Temple of America @ Beat Kitchen
Japandroids and David Vandelvelde play a sold-out show at Metro tonight. Check out some behind-the-scenes footage from their video "The House That Heaven Built" below.
RSVP before 5PM to see Toupée, King Tuts Tomb, Onyx System, and Balldrop at the Empty Bottle for free.
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Jessie Ware has a new video for "Sweet Talk." Check it out below.
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Mister Lies, who recently shared a bunch of details and the lead single for his debut LP Mowgli, has just been added as an opener for Jessie Ware's January 20 show at Lincoln Hall. That show is part of Tomorrow Never Knows 2013, includes Rochelle Jordan and Kriz Baronia, and is still on-sale. Again, if you're interested in the entire festival, a five-day pass is also available for purchase.
Check out some Mister Lies // Jessie Ware song streams and videos below...
As mentioned, the 2013 edition of the Tomorrow Never Knows Festival is slated to take place at Lincoln Hall, Schubas, Metro, Smart Bar, and the Hideout from January 16 - 20. The initial lineup for the winter festival has been shared, and features some of the most highly-anticipated new artists. A few of those artists will be making their Chicago debuts during the fest, and some will simply be making return trips to our city.
The initial schedule-by-date is as follows:
JANUARY 16Discounted five-day presale passes are now sold out. More festival passes, and all the individual tickets linked above, go on sale Friday at noon.
Born Ruffians, Night Moves, Future Monarchs & guest @ Lincoln Hall (Tickets)
Freelance Whales, Snowmine, and guests @ Lincoln Hall (Tickets)
Jessie Ware, Kriz Baronia, and guests @ Lincoln Hall (Tickets)
Beach House @ Central Park Summerstage in July (more by Amanda Hatfield)
today in Chicago
* Mos Def @ The Shrine
* Little Green Cars @ Hideout
* Generationals, Devin @ Schubas
* Beach House, Poor Moon @ the Riv
* Marilyn Manson, Rob Zombie @ Allstate Arena
* Social Distortion, Lindi Ortega, Biters @ the Vic
* Frightened Rabbit, Arc in Round @ Lincoln Hall
* Old Lights, Mazes, Canoe Canoe @ Empty Bottle
* Neil Young & Crazy Horse, Los Lobos @ United Center
* Making Movies, Radiant Devices, Gangi, Fall Classic @ Subterranean
* A$AP Rocky, Schoolboy Q, Danny Brown, A$AP Mob @ Congress Theater
* Rocket Miner, The Foreign Resort, The Luck of Eden Hall @ The Burlington
Dublin's Little Green Cars are in the US to perform at CMJ in NYC. Catch them at the Hideout tonight.
Yasiin Bey (Mos Def) plays the Shrine tonight.
Beach House play the Riv tonight with support from Poor Moon.
Social Distortion play their first of two shows at the Vic tonight.
Neil Young & Crazy Horse and Los Lobos play the United Center.
A$AP Rocky, Schoolboy Q, Danny Brown, and the A$AP Mob play the Congress Theater tonight.
Watch Jessie Ware perform "Wildest Moments" and Sharon Van Etten play "Serpents" on Later With Jools Holland below.
Death Grips have a new video for "World of Dogs." Check it out below.
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today in Chicago
* Cloud Nothings, Chomp @ Lincoln Hall
* Local H, Ambassadors @ Bottom Lounge
* North America, Lonesome Leash @ Township
* Marko Casso, Durmiendo, Salar @ The Burlington
* The Strawbs, John Wesley Harding @ City Winery
* David Byrne & St. Vincent @ The Chicago Theatre
* Dragonette, The Knocks, Heaven Malone (DJ set) @ Metro
* John Mayall, Pegi Young And The Survivors @ Mayne Stage
* Heavy Times, Colleen Green, Plateaus, Uh Bones @ Empty Bottle
Cloud Nothings and side project Chomp play Lincoln Hall tonight.
Chicago mainstays Local H headline the Bottom Lounge.
David Byrne & St. Vincent bring their Love This Giant tour through Chicago for a performance at The Chicago Theatre.
Titus Andronicus have shared a new song, called "In A Big City," from their forthcoming LP, Local Business. Check out a hilarious lyric video for the track below.
Jessie Ware has a new video for "Night Light." Check it out below.