Entries tagged with: Beast Make Bomb
The Bushwick Walkabout Festival, now in its second year, is this weekend with two nights of shows at Brooklyn Fireproof (119 Ingraham Street). Make sure and score some of the free Sixpoint beer at the venue all night while you catch Friday night's line-up (7/13) of Beast Make Bomb, Town Hall, Team Spirit, Slam Donahue, Viva Mayday, Shapes, Fast Years, Cavallo, and Penrose.
Saturday's line-up (7/14) features Xylos, Raves and Chimes, Pre War, The Yes Way, Lean Hounds, The Loom, Hollis Brown, Courtesy Tier, The Lost Revival, The Aviation Orange, The Glorious Veins, and The Skins. Tickets are still available in two-day pass and single night incarnations.
For a look at last year's edition of the Bushwick Walkabout, there's a video you can watch below.
by Bill Pearis
R. Ring is Kelley Deal of the Breeders and Mike Montgomery of Ampline and will play The Rock Shop on May 12, opening for Gem Club (their only upcoming date) and Mercury Lounge on May 13 with Beast Make Bomb. Both shows are part of a quick East Coast jaunt, and all tour dates are at the bottom of this post.
Those expecting Breeders-style raucousness should know R. Ring are much more low key and folky, but some of that Deal rasp and snarl is still there. The duo's debut single came out via Misra on Record Store Day which you can listen to here. Look for a more formal release from R. Ring later this year. You can also watch a couple R. Ring videos below as well, along with all tour dates.
Rolling Stone announced today that Queens of the Stone Age will headline the magazine's South by Southwest showcase on March 16, kicking off four days of events at La Zona Rosa.Presale tickets for QOTSA's show at Terminal 5 in NYC are already sold out, but general sale begins Friday at noon.
Queens of the Stone Age will be re-releasing their self-titled 1998 debut album on their own label, Rekords Records, in March, and their SXSW performance will launch the band's 2011 North American tour.
"We're excited to be doing another year of concerts at SXSW," said Jason Fine, Rolling Stone. "We can't think of a better lineup to help kick it off."
The Wednesday showcase lineup also includes The Black Angels, Mini Mansions, J Mascis and Beast Make Bomb (winner of the Converse Get Out of the Garage contest). The complete lineup for all four days of events will be announced next week.