Entries tagged with: Lincoln Hall
As seen on BV Austin, producers Groundislava and oOoOO, whose collaborator Butterclock just recently played Reggie's, have teamed up for a brief summer North American tour. That tour includes a performance at Lincoln Hall on June 1 with Different Sleep and Abyss & Zainghis (of Push Beats). Advance tickets for the Chicago show are still available.
Groundislava hits the road with a new smattering of remixes, fittingly titled Treasure Chest, which you can check out at the bottom of this post with his full tour schedule. A few oOoOO songs are also below...
photos by Jeff Ryan
Telekinesis at Lincoln Hall on 5.15.2013
On Wednesday night (5/15), Telekinesis (aka the project of Michael Learner) brought his tour with Deep Sea Diver through Chicago for a performance at Lincoln Hall. The band, which now features Rebecca Cole (Wild Flag, The Minders), ran through most of this year's Dormarion, and of course played some older songs too. Were you there? If so, what did you think? We've got pictures from the 5/15 show at Lincoln Hall in this post. More below...
Moon King @ BV-SXSW 2013 (more by Sarah Frankie Linder)
As discussed, The Thermals will roll into Chicago tonight (Thursday, May 16) on their North American tour in support of Desperate Ground. They'll be headlining Lincoln Hall with support from Chicago's great Bare Mutants and Toronto duo Moon King (ex-Doldrums). Advance tickets for tonight's show are still available.
Moon King play a couple of shows with The Thermals this week, including Chicago tonight, and then will wrap their month-long North American tour. They'll also play a few shows at North by Northeast in their native Toronto next month.
All known Moon King tour dates and a couple of song streams are below...
Anamanaguchi @ BV-SXSW 2013 (more by Sarah Frankie Linder)
8-bit heroes Anamanaguchi are now out on tour in support of their long-awaited new album Endless Fantasy which also has a very successful-so-far companion Kickstarter that you should check out when you're done listening to the new songs from the album posted over at BrooklynVegan.
Watch Anamanaguchi's tripped out video for "MEOW" below...
photos by James Richards IV
METZ at Lincoln Hall on 05.12.2013
On Sunday night (5/12), Toronto-based abrasive punks METZ toured through Chicago to play their largest headlining show here yet at Lincoln Hall with No Joy and TV Ghost. As per usual, feedback reigned supreme throughout the performance, and all three members were drenched in sweat by the time it was said and done. Were you there? If so, what did you think? Pictures and a few videos from the Lincoln Hall show are in this post.
Between their non-stop touring schedule, METZ somehow managed to make it into the studio to begin working on their second album. Guitarist Alex Edkins told Exclaim!, "We did manage to find some time after the European tour to get into the studio, and we recorded a new track that will probably see the light of day in a month or two on the internet," he explains. "But it is tough to find the time to focus on new material when you're going from club to club. We're hoping come September, when our touring schedule is all finished, we can focus on the new record." As discussed, you can also catch METZ at the 2013 Pitchfork Music Festival in July and at Pygmalion 2013 in September.
More pictures and some videos from their 5/12 Lincoln Hall show are below...
Pinback @ Metro, November 2012 (more by Grant MacAllister)
There are few things I enjoy more than a well-packaged tour, and damn did they hit this one right on the money. Pinback will hit the road throughout North America in late-August, and then as September rolls around, they'll be joined by Deathfix (the project of Fugazi's Brenden Canty). The fall leg of that tour kicks off with a performance at Lincoln Hall on September 3. Tickets for the Chicago show go on sale this Friday (5/17).
All known Pinback // Deathfix tour dates and a couple of videos are below...
Hot Water Music @ Metro in January (more by Zach Pollack)
When Hot Water Music went on hiatus in 2006, 3/4 of the band (Chris Wollard, Jason Black, and George Rebelo) formed a new project called The Draft. They welcomed their debut LP, In a Million Pieces, that year, and followed it up with a self-titled EP in 2007. Hot Water Music got back together in 2008, and have been running strong ever since. Maybe you caught them at Metro this January when they were on tour in support of 2012's Exister? You'll have a chance to catch The Draft live this summer, when they embark on a U.S. tour in July. That tour includes a performance at Lincoln Hall on July 27. Tickets for the Chicago show go on sale TODAY (5/3) at noon CST.
All Draft tour dates and some song streams are below...
Austra @ BV-SXSW 2013 (more by Kevin Figueroa)
As seen on BrooklynVegan, Austra are set to release their new album, Olympia, on June 18 via Domino/Paper Bag. They've got a brand new video for the album's lead single "Home," which you can check out at the bottom of this post. The band have a few U.S. shows in June, a summer European tour, and then will return stateside for more dates in late-August. That tour includes a performance at Lincoln Hall on August 31 with support from DIANA. Tickets for the Chicago show go on sale this Friday (5/3) at noon CST.
All Austra tour dates and their new video are below...
photos by Stan Golovchuk
Clinic // No Joy at Lincoln Hall on 4.24.2013
UK experimentalists Clinic are about to wrap up a North American tour in support of their 2012 LP, Free Reign. Last week (on Wednesday, April 24), they came through Chicago for a performance at Lincoln Hall with tourmates No Joy. Were you there? If so, how was it? Pictures of both acts and Clinic's full setlist in this post. More below...
photos by Milos Markicevic
Disappears at Lincoln Hall on 4.18.2013
Chicago's Disappears welcomed their new Kone EP earlier this month, and celebrated its release with a hometown show at Lincoln Hall on April 18 with Pinebender and The Cairo Gang. We unfortunately missed The Cairo Gang, but you can find more pictures of Disappears and Pinebender at the bottom of this post.
Your next chance to catch Disappears in Chicago will be at Do Division 2013, who have just revealed their full lineup. The hometown guys will perform alongside Torche, Ariel Pink, Ex Cops, JEFF the Brotherhood, and more throughout the weekend of May 31. Admission is donation based ($5 per day is suggested). Check out the complete lineup below.
More pictures from Disappears' 4/18 Lincoln Hall show and the lineup for Do Division '13 are below...
photos by Sara Pieper
The Men at Lincoln Hall on 4.11.2013
On Thursday (4/11), Brooklyn's The Men visited Chicago on their current North American tour in support of New Moon for a performance at Lincoln Hall with Gun Outfit and Skrapyard. Their 13-song set featured six new tunes(!), and cuts from all four of their studio albums. Oh, and New Moon hit stores just over a month ago, so that's something. Pictures from the 4/11 show at Lincoln Hall are in this post.
Speaking of new Men tunes, they've got a previously unreleased number on the third installment of Sacred Bones' Todo Muere series. It's called "B-Minor" and was recorded during the New Moon sessions. Todo Muere Vol. 3 is due out on Record Store Day and also includes tracks from Moon Duo, Zola Jesus, The Holydrug Couple, and more.
More pictures from The Men's 4/11 show at Lincoln Hall, their full setlist, and a stream of "B-Minor" are below...
Rogue Wave @ SXSW 2010 (more by Dominick Mastrangelo)
Bay Area indie rockers Rogue Wave are gearing up for the release of their fifth full-length album, titled Nightingale Floors, which is due out on June 4 via their new home Vagrant Records. Get a taste for the LP by checking out its lead single "College" at the bottom of this post. Nightingale Floors' cover art and tracklisting can also be found below.
Rogue Wave will be embarking on a summer North American tour in support of Nightingale Floors, with opening act Caveman. That tour includes a two-night stand at Lincoln Hall on June 27 & 28. Tickets for both shows go on sale this Friday (4/19) at noon CST. An artist presale for all dates is currently active.
All Rogue Wave tour dates, a stream of their new single, and Nightingale Floors' cover art // tracklisting are below...
DOWNLOAD: Brass Bed - "I'll Be There With Bells On" (MP3)
Louisiana-based indie poppers Brass Bed are gearing up for the release of their new album, The Secret Will Keep You, which is due out on April 23 via Crossbill Records. You can grab the album's sunny lead single "I'll Be There With Bells On" at the top of this post. The track is also available to stream after the jump, along with another LP cut called "A Bullet For You." Preorder a copy of The Secret Will Keep You via Crossbill's webstore.
Brass Bed will be heading out on tour with fellow Louisiana natives Generationals later this month. As discussed, they'll play Lincoln Hall on May 4. Advance tickets for the Chicago show are still available.
All Brass Bed tour dates and those song streams are below...
The Mountain Goats @ the Vic, October 2012 (more by Sara Pieper)
The Mountain Goats have announced that they'll be embarking on a summer U.S. tour this June as a duo - John Darnielle with Peter Hughes. Drummer Jon Wurster (also of Superchunk, the Bob Mould Band) is still very much in the picture but will sit this one out. That tour includes two Chicago-area shows: SPACE on June 16 and Lincoln Hall on June 17. Tickets for SPACE go on sale this Saturday (4/13) at 11AM CST. Tickets for Lincoln Hall go on sale this Friday (4/12) at noon CST. The Baptist Generals, who are set to welcome their first album in a decade next month via Sub Pop, will act as main support on all dates.
All Mountain Goats dates and a stream of their 2012 LP Transcendental Youth are below...
Angel Olsen @ Schubas, October 2012 (more by Grant MacAllister)
Congratulations to Chicago songstress Angel Olsen, who has just announced that she's inked a deal with Jagjaguwar Records (home to Sharon Van Etten, Bon Iver, Okkervil River, and many more)! Her most recent album, Half Way Home, hit stores in September of 2012 via Bathetic Records, and we're looking forward to her Jagjaguwar debut.
Along with this announcement, Olsen has also shared a slew of North American tour dates. As discussed, she'll be performing at the 2013 Pitchfork Music Festival on Friday, July 19. Olsen will also be playing another hometown show at Lincoln Hall on August 16. Tickets for the Chicago club show go on sale this Friday (4/5) at noon CST.
All Angel Olsen tour dates and a couple of videos are below...
CHVRCHES @ NYC's Mercury Lounge last week (more by Chris La Putt)
As seen on BrooklynVegan, Glasgow-based electropop trio CHVRCHES recently wrapped their first-ever North American shows, including appearances at South by Southwest. Their Recover EP hits stores this week via Glassnote Records, and they've just announced a summer North American tour in support of it. That tour includes a performance at Lincoln Hall on June 10, which will serve as their Windy City debut. Tickets for the Chicago show go on sale this Friday (3/29) at noon CST.
All CHVRCHES tour dates and a stream of the EP's title track are below...
The Thermals @ BV-SXSW 2013 (more by Sarah Frankie Linder)
The Thermals, who played an insanely fun set at a BrooklynVegan SXSW day party last week, have just added a performance at Lincoln Hall on May 16 to their North American tour schedule. Tickets for the Chicago show will go on sale this Friday (3/22) at noon CST. All dates can be found at the bottom of this post.
The trio are also gearing up for the release of their new album, Desperate Ground, which is due out on April 16 via their new home Saddle Creek Records. You may have already heard the album's fire-starting lead single "Born to Kill," but you're welcome to check out their brand new, bloody video for the track along with their full 2013 tour schedule below...
photos by James Richards IV
Unknown Mortal Orchestra // Foxygen at Lincoln Hall on 3.07.2013
Last Thursday (3/7), Portland-based psych rockers Unknown Mortal Orchestra brought their tour with Foxygen and Wampire through Chicago for a performance at Lincoln Hall. The three paisley-tinged acts made for a great bill (and tour), and all delivered solid sets at Lincoln Hall. Were you there? If so, what did you think of the show?
More pictures and a video from the 3/7 show at Lincoln Hall are below...
Of Montreal @ Metro, December 2012 (more by Sara Pieper)
Of Montreal, who hit Chicago for a performance at Metro in December, will come through our fair city again on their spring U.S. tour. That tour kicks off in early-May, and includes a stop at Lincoln Hall on May 17. Advance tickets for the Chicago show are on sale now.
All Of Montreal tour dates are listed below...
José González at ATP NYC 2012 (more by Adela Loconte)
José González' Junip are set to welcome their new self-titled album on April 23 via Mute Records. You've already seen the creepy video for the album's soothing lead single "Line of Fire," and now you'll be able to catch them live in North America this spring/summer. González and co.'s schedule includes a performance at Lincoln Hall on June 9. Advance tickets for the Chicago show are on sale now.
All Junip tour dates and their video for "Line of Fire" are below...
UK electropop songstress Little Boots (aka Victoria Christina Hesketh) is gearing up for the release of her second album, Nocturnes, which is due out on May 5 via On Repeat. The album features collaborations with Simian Mobile Disco's James Ford and Hercules and Love Affair's Andy Butler, and she's just shared the LP's Tim Goldsworthy-produced lead single "Motorway." Take a listen to the piano-centric dance track at the bottom of this post.
Victoria will be heading to the U.S. next week to perform at South by Southwest in Austin, TX. She'll return stateside in May for a tour in support of Nocturnes, which includes a performance at Lincoln Hall on May 8. Tickets for the Chicago show go on sale this Friday (3/8) at noon CST.
All known Little Boots tour dates and a stream of her new single are below...
Mount Kimbie @ BV-SXSW 2011 (more by Tim Griffin)
London post-dubstep duo Mount Kimbie are hard at work on the follow-up to 2010's great Crooks & Lovers. They'll be headed to the U.S. next week to perform at SXSW in Austin, TX, and have also announced a late-spring North American tour with Holy Other. That tour includes a performance at Lincoln Hall on June 8 with opener Vinyl Williams. Tickets for the Chicago show go on sale this Friday (3/8) at noon CST.
While you wait for their forthcoming LP, which is reportedly "nearly there," take a listen to 2010's Crooks & Lovers and check out their full 2013 tour schedule below...
photos by Chris Hershman
Minor Characters at Lincoln Hall on 3.01.2013
Chicago quartet Minor Characters celebrated the release of their new EP, Heal Me, Healing Times, with a show at Lincoln Hall this past Friday (3/1) with Pet Lions and Brother George. It was the most triumphant performance I've seen from the group yet, as they tried out their more experimental new material for a local crowd and took a fresh approach to older songs. Did you catch their EP release show? If so, what did you think? We've got pictures from their set in this post, but unfortunately none of Pet Lions or Brother George.
Minor Characters will begin touring down to Austin, TX for SXSW later this week. As discussed, they'll be playing our joint day party with Epitonic at Swan Dive & Barbarella Patio on Wednesday, March 13. The party starts at noon, their set is at 2:15PM at Barbarella Patio, and admission is 100% FREE. JC Brooks & the Uptown Sound, Generationals, The Besnard Lakes, Ume, and many more acts will perform on two stages through the day. If you're headed to Austin, come hang out.
More pictures from Minor Characters' 3/1 EP release show and their full tour schedule are below...
photos by Cory Dewald
WHY? at Lincoln Hall on 2.21.2013
Anticon fixtures WHY? brought their North American tour with Astronautalis and Dream Tiger (aka Liz Wolf of WHY?) through Chicago last Thursday (2/21) for a performance at Lincoln Hall. We unfortunately missed Dream Tiger, but more pictures of the headliners and Astronautalis can be found at the bottom of this post.
As discussed, WHY? will be playing our joint SXSW day party with Epitonic on March 13 at Swan Dive & Barbarella Patio. Admission is free, and we've got two full stages of music from noon - 6PM.
More pictures from the 2/21 Lincoln Hall show are below...
"Devastated to be missing tonight's show @LincolnHall" - Trust
Trust @ NYC's Terminal 5 in December (more by Amanda Hatfield)
Toronto's Trust were scheduled to headline Lincoln Hall tonight (Tuesday, February 26), but are unfortunately having some visa issues. Tonight's Lincoln Hall show has been canceled, and ticket buyers will be contacted. They also canceled their show in Detroit last night and won't be appearing in Minneapolis on Wednesday night either.
Best of luck resuming your tour, guys!
Trust's current 2013 tour schedule is below...