Entries tagged with: Reggies
Murder by Death @ Do Division 2012 (more by Sarah Frankie Linder)
Bloomington, Indiana's Murder by Death have unveiled a video for "Lost River" from their 2012 LP, Bitter Drink, Bitter Moon (Bloodshot Records). The track is carried by MbD's oaken-voiced frontman Adam Turla, and its visual accompaniment was directed by O'Death's Gabe Darling. Check out the clip at the bottom of this post.
Murder by Death will be embarking on a large summer // fall North American tour next week. That tour finishes off with a performance at Reggie's on September 29, with support from Larry and His Flask and The Blind Staggers. Tickets for the Chicago show go on sale this Friday (5/24) at noon CST.
Murder by Death's full tour schedule and new video are below...
photos by Milos Markicevic
Butterclock at Reggie's on 4.16.2013
Butterclock released the digital version of her EP last month (4/15), which included the Grimes-esque track, "Holograms," which didn't appear on the physical version. Last week, she dropped the video for that track, and you can watch that below.
The day after the digital release of her EP, Butterclock brought her tour through Chicago for a show at Reggie's with Teen Witch, Magicks, Shuteye, and Moon River. A set of pictures from that show are in this post.
More pictures and the new video below...
Dawes @ The Parish during SXSW 2013 (more by Sarah Frankie Linder)
Dawes are set to welcome their new album, Stories Don't End, on April 9 via Red General Catalog (US) // Hub Records (Canada). A video playlist can be found at the bottom of this post, which includes a lyric video for their slick new single "From A Window Seat," studio footage // brief interviews, and an LP trailer.
Dawes are currently on tour throughout North American, and won't head home for good until late-July. That tour includes a FREE, 6PM show at Reggie's on April 1. Admission will be on a first-come, first-served basis (21+ only), and you can enter to win guaranteed entry for two HERE.
All Dawes tour dates (including some with Bob Dylan) and that video playlist are below...
Marduk at Music Hall of Williamsburg, June 2012 (more by Greg Cristman)
Didn't you know that when things get SERIOUS and you are ready to throw a punch, the first logical thing to do is remove all of your clothes? Well, that's what one Marduk fan thought anyway at their recent tour stop at Reggie's. Check out the video via The Gauntlet below.
Los Angeles-based hip hop trio Pac Div welcomed their second studio album, GMB, in November of 2012 via RBC Records. The solid LP features guest appearances from Kendrick Lamar, Blu, and others, as well as production from The Cool Kids' Chuck Inglish, Pac Div member Like, and more. Stream "Cross-Trainers" featuring Kendrick Lamar and Blu, and check out their brand new video for "Savages" at the bottom of this post.
Pac Div will head to Austin, TX for SXSW, and then will use the festival to kick off their spring North American tour. That tour includes a performance at Reggie's on March 25 with Johnny Polygon, After the Smoke, and Taylor Bennett. Advance tickets for the Chicago show are on sale now.
All Pac Div dates, a tour flyer, and that song stream + music video are below...
As you may already know, Black Flag have reformed and will be releasing a new album sometime this year. Their lineup consists of Greg Ginn on guitar, Ron Reyes on vocals, Gregory Moore on drums, and Dale Nixon (which is just Ginn's pseudonym) on bass. That lineup are beginning to reveal some summer tour dates, including a pair of shows at Reggie's on June 8 & 9. Good For You will act as main support, and tickets for both shows go on sale this Saturday (2/23) at noon CST.
In related news, make sure not to confuse Black Flag with the Keith Morris-fronted FLAG.
All known Black Flag dates are listed below...
Joey Bada$$ @ SUNY Purchase in 2012 (more by Kellyann Petry)
As seen on BrooklynVegan, young Brooklyn-based rapper Joey Bada$$ has unveiled his international "Beast Coast Tour" with BC cohorts Flatbush Zombies and The Underachievers. That tour will kick off at South by Southwest in Austin, TX, and will reach Chicago for a performance at Reggie's on April 11. Tickets for the Chicago show go on sale this Friday (2/22) at noon CST.
All Joey Bada$$ and co. tour dates and some song streams // videos are below...
Bolt Thrower will return to the U.S. for a string of dates dubbed "Return to Chaos!" The run will surround their upcoming appearances at Maryland Deathfest and Chaos in Tejas, and includes only one other show east of the Mississippi River: a performance at Reggie's on June 1 with Benediction. Tickets go on sale this Friday (2/15) at noon CST.
All Bolt Thrower dates and a tour flyer are below...
Royal Thunder @ the Beat Kitchen in September (more by Carmelo Espanola)
As discussed, Enslaved, Pallbearer, and Ancient VVisdom are teaming up for a winter North American tour. Bluesy greats Royal Thunder have now been added to that tour, which includes a February 3 show at Reggie's. Advance tickets for that show are still available.
Royal Thunder have also shared a video for CVI's "Blue" today, which you can check out along with their full 2013 tour schedule below...
Marduk at Music Hall of Williamsburg, June 2012 (more by Greg Cristman)
As seen on BrooklynVegan, Marduk, Moonspell, Inquisition, The Foreshadowing, and Death Wolf are teaming up for a February // March North American tour. The five-act tour will reach Reggie's on February 27. Ticketing information for that show is forthcoming, but you can check Ticketsfly for updates.
All tour dates for the tag team run are listed below...
Action Bronson @ MHoW in August (more by Ryan Muir)
Action Bronson hit the road with Cypress Hill earlier this year. As you might remember, the two acts were originally supposed to appear at the Double Door together on November 4. Cypress Hill had to reschedule some dates due to the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, and those rescheduled dates-- including a December 3 performance at the Double Door-- did not include an opening set from Action. Though he didn't make it to Chicago earlier this month, Action was scheduled to appear at Reggie's tonight (December 29). He's since moved that performance to January 27, and all tickets will be honored. More will be on sale soon; check Ticketsfly for updates.
UPDATE: Tickets for Action Bronson's January 27 show are on sale now.
Since Action Bronson can't make it tonight, Chance the Rapper headlines a FREE show at Reggie's. Chuck Inglish, Johnny Polygon, and Impala Sound Champions will open the show, and you don't need to RSVP for entry.
Check out the video for Action Bronson's "The Symbol" from his newest mixtape Rare Chandeliers below...
We've been talking New Year's Eve for quite some time, and since the world didn't end last week, all the great shows and parties we told you about are still happening.
Refresh your memory below...
"The Screaming Eagle of Soul" himself, Charles Bradley, will be visiting Chicago for a two-night stand at Lincoln Hall on December 30 & 31. Advance tickets are still available for both shows, and though his New Year's Eve performance will cost you twice as much as the 30th, you'll receive complimentary drink tickets, appetizers, and a Daptone Records drop card for a free digital sampler.
Speaking of Lincoln Hall, their sister venue Schubas will be hosting Maps & Atlases on December 30 & 31. Gypsyblood will act as main support on the 30th, Santah will open the show on New Year's Eve, and advance tickets for both shows are still available. There's also a two-show pass for sale.
Screeching Weasel are celebrating their 27th anniversary with a two-night run at Reggie's on December 30th & 31st. Though Night 1 (with The Queers, The Manges, and Vatican Junkies) is sold out, advance tickets for Night 2 (with The Queers, The Manges, and They Stay Dead) are still available.
Tilly and the Wall are yet another act that will be playing two Chicago shows during New Year's Eve weekend. You'll be able to find them at Subterranean on December 30 (with California Wives) & 31 (with My Gold Mask and DJ CC Rider). Advance tickets for both shows are still available.
The Eternals will be performing "the Espiritu Zombi Suite," a piece written for a larger group-version of the band, at the Hideout on New Year's Eve. As discussed, core members Damon Locks, Wayne Montana, and Areif Sless-Kitain will be joined by six additional musicians on vibes, coronet, flute, saxophone, and more. Chandeliers will act as main support and will also play a DJ set around midnight. Advance tickets are still available.
"The Queen of Rockabilly," Wanda Jackson, will be headlining the Double Door on New Year's Eve. JD Wilkes and the Dirt Daubers, Burlesque le' Moustache, and Soul Summit DJs will open the show. Advance tickets are still available.
Denton, TX's The Marked Men are playing the Empty Bottle on December 31 with Bad Sports and Terrible Twos (tickets). As discussed, Marked Men side project Mind Spiders are playing the Bottle on December 29 with The Novice and Dumpster Babies (tickets).
Speaking of the Empty Bottle, they're also presenting Mucca Pazza, White Mystery, and Jon Drake & the Shakes at the Logan Square Auditorium on New Year's Eve (tickets). They're also doing "New Year's Eve: Two Thousand Turnteen" with The Hood Internet, Moon Boots, Only Children, and DJ Esquire at Beauty Bar (tickets).
Magic Milk, Rabble Rabble, Vamos, Kodiak Farm Boys, The Electric Dollhouse Groove Buggy, Don't Forget Your Dinosaur, and The Sueves are ALL set to play Quenchers on New Year's Eve. Tickets will be available for purchase at the door.
Outer Minds, The Hello Hello, and Absolutely Not will be performing at The Burlington on December 31.
South Loop dive bar Cal's are closing on New Year's Day. They'll be throwing a farewell // New Year's Eve show, featuring performances by Mercy Mercy, Demerits, and Larroquettes.
Perhaps you're looking for something a bit more electronic? Porter Robinson is coming to Chicago for a two-night stand at the Congress on December 30 & 31. Hardwell and Deniz Koyu will act as main support on the 30th, and Mat Zo and The M Machine will open the show on the 31. Advance tickets for both nights are still available. Paul Oakenfold is also playing Castle Nightclub (tickets).
ALSO: You'll be able to ride the CTA from 10PM - 4AM on New Year's Eve for 1¢. For more information on how that works visit the CTA's website.
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Happy (almost) New Year!
Have you incorporated the phrase "lemme smang it" into your vocabulary yet? If so, you'll be psyched to hear that the group Turquoise Jeep, who have an Internet hit of the same name, are currently on tour throughout the US. You can smash, bang, and/or smang it with the crew-- whose tour vehicle had better be a turquoise-colored Jeep-- in Chicago at Reggie's this Thursday (11/15). Advance tickets are still available.
All known Turquoise Jeep tour dates and a couple of videos are below...
Enslaved @ NYC's Gramercy Theater in 2011 (more by Greg Cristman)
As seen on BrooklynVegan, Enslaved are teaming up with Pallbearer and Ancient VVisdom for a winter North American tour. That tour kicks off in late-January in Philly and will reach Chicago on February 3 for a performance at Reggie's. Tickets for that show are not on sale yet, but check Reggie's website for updates.
All tour dates are listed below...
Del the Funky Homosapien is slated to head out on a US tour later this month. That tour begins on October 19 in his homestate of California, and will reach Chicago on October 25 for a performance at Reggie's. Bukue One, The B.E.A.T., Impolite Society, and DJ Zac Hendrix will act as main support, and advance tickets are on sale.
Del's most recent release, titled Attractive Sin, was a collaboration with the group Parallel Thought, and arrived this past June. You can stream the album in its entirety via bandcamp. Del also recently completed the follow-up to 2000's fantastic Deltron 3030, the self-titled album from his project with Dan the Automator and Kid Koala. That album doesn't have a release date, but the trio and a full orchestra have been playing select shows in support of it. Stay tuned for more information.
All Del the Funky Homosapien tour dates and a couple of recent Deltron 3030 videos are below...
NYC-based emcee Smoke DZA is beginning to announce a fall North American tour, which features support from Mr. Muthafuckin' eXquire, Flatbush Zombies, Cashius Green w/ Pheo, and Nakim. That tour kicks off in Boston on October 2 and will reach Chicago's Reggie's for a performance on October 5. Mr. Muthafuckin' eXquire, Flatbush Zombies, Cashius Green w/ Pheo, Nakim, and Alex Wiley & Kembe X will act as main support, and advance tickets are on sale.
DZA dropped his most recent project, titled Rugby Thompson, in June. The album features guest appearances from Curren$y, Schoolboy Q, Action Bronson, and others. You can take a listen to the album tracks "Ashtray," with Domo Genesis and Schoolboy Q, and "Kenny Powers" at the bottom of this post.
All known Smoke DZA tour dates and some song streams / videos are below...
DOWNLOAD: Freddie Gibbs - "The Hard" (feat. Dana Williams) (MP3)
DOWNLOAD: Freddie Gibbs - "Pull Up" (feat. Young Jeezy & T.I.) (MP3)
As seen on BrooklynVegan, Los Angeles-based emcee Freddie Gibbs has been working on a new mixtape with DJ Drama titled Baby Face Killa. Back in May, he shared the track "Pull Up" from the project, which features Young Jeezy and T.I.. Today (9/6), Gibbs has dropped another, called "The Hard," which features vocals from Dana Williams. You can download both tracks at the top of this post and/or stream them below. Baby Face Killa is due out before the end of 2012.
Gibbs recently dropped a collaborative EP with Madlib, titled Shame. You can check out the video for the album's title track at the bottom of this post. The pair have also said they'll be releasing a full-length album, called MadGibbs, this fall.
Freddie has a short string of European tour dates, which begin in October. His only announced US show at the moment is a November 2 performance at Reggie's. Tickets for that show are not on sale yet, but check Reggie's website for updates.
All known Freddie Gibbs dates and some song streams/videos are below...
Pennsylvania-based post-hardcore outfit Title Fight are gearing up for the release of their new record, Floral Green, due out on September 18 via SideOneDummy. You can check out the album's lead single, "Head In The Ceiling Fan," in video form at the bottom of this post.
Title Fight will embark on a brief European tour in late-September and then are set to return stateside for an October/November run with Pianos Become the Teeth and Canada's Single Mothers. That run begins on October 26 in Pittsburgh, PA and will visit Chicago for a performance at Reggie's on October 28. Detroit's Face Reality are also on the bill, and advance tickets are on sale.
All tour dates and Title Fight's new single are below...
Nachtmystium @ Lovejoys in Austin TX (BV-SXSW 2012) (more by Greg Cristman)
Local psychedelic black metal outfit Nachtmystium are set to play a hometown show at Reggie's tonight (7/31) in celebration of the release of their new LP, Silencing Machine. Murmur, Krieg, Drug Honkey, and Surachai are also on the bill, and tickets are still available. Stream Silencing Machine in its entirety via SPIN and purchase the album in a variety of formats HERE.
In related news, Thurston Moore has joined the black metal "supergroup" Twilight, which features Nachtmystium's Blake Judd and Sanford Parker, The Atlas Moth's Stavros Giannopolous, Leviathan's Wrest (aka Jef Whitehead), Krieg's Imperial (aka Neill Jameson), and Isis/Old Man Gloom's Aaron Turner. There has been talk of Moore joining the band since 2010, though he was not revealed as an official member until yesterday. A new Twilight album is slated to hit stores this fall via Century Media.
A few new Nachtmystium song streams/videos are below...
Taurus, the new project of Dark Castle guitarist Stevie Floyd and Ashley Spungin (of Purple Rhinestone Eagle fame), unveiled their debut LP, Life, yesterday (7/5). Take a listen to the doomy, two-track album at the bottom of this post.
All tour dates are listed below, along with a stream of Life.
The Olivia Tremor Control @ Bottom Lounge in September (more by John Yingling)
While they're visiting Chicago to play the Pitchfork Festival (on Friday, July 13), The Olivia Tremor Control will play a free (with RSVP) show at Reggie's on July 15. Country crooner Daughn Gibson will be opening the show.
Gibson will be doing a bit of touring with Yeasayer in August and is on board to open their show at the Vic on the 22nd of the month (tickets). In addition to his recently released LP, All Hell, Gibson put out a new 7" in early June. You can stream both sides ("Lite Me Up" / "The Mark of a Man") at the bottom of this post. You can also stream All Hell in its entirety below.
All Olivia Tremor Control / Daughn Gibson dates are listed below, with song streams.
Iggy Azalea @ SOB's last week (NYC) (more by Julie Schabel)
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Iggy Azalea @ SOB's last week (NYC) (more by Julie Schabel)
Australian rapper Iggy Azalea, who visited NYC and New Jersey last week, is headed to Chicago for a June 2 performance at Reggie's. Jugrnaut DJs will act as main support and advance tickets are on sale.
In September of 2011, Azalea dropped her debut mixtape, Ignorant Art, which you can still download for FREE via her website. She's currently prepping both an EP titled Glory and her debut LP The New Classic for release this year.
Some videos below...
Schoolboy Q @ Reggie's on Tuesday (5/8) (via)
On Tuesday night (May 8), Schoolboy Q and Ab-Soul brought The Groovy Tour through Chicago for a show at Reggie's. Where you there? How was it? Maybe you went to his meet and greet at Jugrnaut earlier in the day? Check out two videos from the show at the bottom of this post, one of which is an eight-minute clip of Q's "There He Go," "Hands On The Wheel," and a cover of Chief Keef's "I Don't Like."
Schoolboy Q @ SOB's (NYC) (more by Julie Schabel)
As mentioned, Schoolboy Q and Ab-Soul play Reggie's tomorrow night (May 8), supported by Jugrnaut. Tickets for the show, which we don't suggest you miss, are still available. Q will also be hanging out at the Jugrnaut shop (427 S. Dearborn St.) from noon-3PM tomorrow afternoon.
A few choice videos, below...