Entries tagged with: Star Slinger
Feist @ Church of the Intercession in October (more by Jessica Amaya)
Feist and her band (featuring Mountain Man as backup singers) will play the Riv.
SBTRKT makes his live (not DJ like North Coast) Chicago debut at the Bottom Lounge.
Star Slinger, Shlohmo, and Shigeto can be found at Lincoln Hall.
Le Butcherettes, Gypsyblood, and White Mystery will play Subterranean.
Electric Six play their second to last show of tour with Kitten and Andy D at the Double Door.
If it's disco you are looking for, check out Miami Horror and Hey Champ at The Mid.
Big Sean, Cyhi The Prince, and Shawn Chrystopher will play a sold out show at Metro.
Amen Dunes will play a FREE, 5PM in-store at Reckless Records' Wicker Park store.
Loyal Divide, Lazers and Fast and Shit, and Verma will play the Empty Bottle.
Holy Ghost!, Jessica 6, and Eli Escobar will play the Double Door.
Mark Sultan will play the Ultra Lounge.
The Wombats will play a sold out show at Subterranean, with support from The Postelles and The Static Jacks.
Comedian Michael Ian Black will perform at Park West.
Common speaks about his recently published memoir One Day It'll All Make Sense at the UIC Forum. CANCELED
Chaperone, Dastardly, and Grandkids are playing the Beat Kitchen.
Beer Hoptacular! returns to the Aragon Ballroom for a second year.
Designer Drugs, Black Matter, Pls Dnt Stp, and Gemini Club will play Reggie's.
Chickenfoot, Ponderosa will play Metro.
Chicago's own Radar Eyes and Wax Idols will play Cole's along with Terry Malts.
The Civil Wars and Milo Green will play the Vic.
A Winged Victory For The Sullen, Benoit Pioulard, and Ken Camden will play Lincoln Hall.
Jonny Corndawg, Man is Man, and Ice Rod will play Schubas.
Austra @ Empty Bottle (more by Dominick Mastrangelo)
They'll return on November 28th with support from backup-singers Tasseomancy, as well as Young Galaxy. Tickets have not been posted as of yet.
Friendly Fires @ Central Park Summerstage (more by Amanda Hatfield)
Friendly Fires have recently announced a fall North American tour, which now includes an October 22nd stop at Metro with support from Theophilus London.
Tickets go on sale this Saturday (8/13), at noon CST.
As Andrew Sacher recently mentioned, Nurses have a new album on the way, as well as some 2011 tour dates. Included in that announcement, is an October 22nd stop at Schubas. Tickets have not been posted as of yet.
Though they canceled a March/April tour, Star Slinger are headed back to the states with just a few announced dates. One of those, is a November 4th performance at Lincoln Hall. Tickets go on sale this Friday (8/12), at noon CST.
The Naked and Famous @ Central Park Summerstage (more by Amanda Hatfield)
The Naked and Famous just played Central Park with Friendly Fires, and will branch off on their own headlining tour come fall. They'll play Metro on October 7th supported by The Chain Gang of 1974, and White Arrows. Tickets go on sale this Saturday (8/13) at noon CST.
Peter Wolf Crier
In support of the album they'll head out on tour with Milagres, which hits Schubas on September 24th. Tickets are still available.
They've just shared a second single titled "Setting It Off." Click through to download.
Memory Tapes @ Williamsburg Waterfront in 2010 (more by Benjamin Lozovsky)
Memory Tapes (aka Davye Hawk) is set to release his new LP, Player Piano on July 5th via Carpark Records. Player Piano will serve as the follow up to 2009's excellent Seek Magic.
At the top of this post you can download the Player Piano tracks: "Wait In The Dark", and "Today Is Our Life." You can also stream Player Piano in its entirety via The Quietus.
Memory Tapes will kick off a summer tour, starting July 1st at the Mercury Lounge in NYC. From there Davye heads to Europe for a few dates with Star Slinger, and then it's back to the US for a larger partnership with Sleep ∞ Over (who just finished a tour with This Will Destroy You).
Memory Tapes, and Sleep ∞ Over will play the Empty Bottle on August 15th.
Tickets are on sale now.
Head below to view all 2011 tour dates, Player Piano's track listing, and some videos.