Entries tagged with: CMJ
Emo/indie rock label Run for Cover Records has announced that it will do its CMJ showcase on October 19 at Santos Party House. The lineup includes the shoegazey Pity Sex, the slow/sludgy Cloakroom, indie rapper GDP, scrappy emo punks Modern Baseball, Tigers Jaw, Captain We're Sinking, Hostage Calm and more. Tickets for the show are on sale now, or you can try to get in using your CMJ badge.
Earlier today, we mentioned that Topshelf added a second showcase too. It's free and happens on 10/18 at Suburbia with The Jazz June, Caravels, The Saddest Landscape and more, before the former two join Braid for a sold-out night at Saint Vitus on 10/19.
As they do every year, Seattle radio station KEXP will be in NYC for CMJ broadcasting live and hosting free performances from some of this year's participating bands. This year, they'll be broadcasting from Greenwich Village's Judson Memorial Church from 9 AM to 5 PM on October 16, 17 & 18. This year's KEXP live performance line-up is this:
WEDNESDAY, OCT 16: Bear Ceuse (10 AM), Lee Fields & the Expressions (noon), Weekend (2 PM) and The Helio Sequence (4:30 PM)The performances are free and open to the public with entry on a first-come, first-served basis.
THURSDAY, OCT 17: TBA (10 AM), Minks (noon), Au Revoir Simone (2 PM) and Ski Lodge (4 PM)
FRIDAY, OCT 18: HAERTS (10 AM), Eleanor Friedberger (noon), The Dismemberment Plan (2 PM) and Ghost Wave (4 PM)
Bear Ceuse's Adam Horne will probably not be doing any of his kids songs parodies, but you never know.
The Head & the Heart at Lollapalooza 2012 (more by James Richards IV)
The Head & the Heart are going on a tour with Thao & the Get Down Stay Down this year which comes to NYC on November 5 at Terminal 5 (tickets) and November 6 at Webster Hall (sold out), but they've just announced that they'll be in NYC even sooner for a smaller show during CMJ happening on October 17 at Music Hall of Williamsburg with their Sub Pop labelmates Rose Windows and Rathborne. Tickets for the MHOW show are on sale now, and you can also try to get in with your CMJ badge. Updated dates are listed below.
Rose Windows who played Le Poisson Rouge earlier this month, also play the previously discussed Hardly Art CMJ showcase at Death by Audio on 10/17 with The Beets, The Moondoggies, Animal Tropical and Hausu. Their debut LP, The Sun Dogs, came out earlier this year and that can be streamed, along with the updated list of dates, below.
by Andrew Sacher
Henderson, NV post-hardcore band Caravels have been putting out solid EPs, splits, and 7"s for a few years now, and earlier this year they released their first full length, Lacuna, via Topshelf Records. Musically, it's a pretty dynamic record, often indebted to post-rock and '90s slow-emo, but with raw, backgrounded vocals that take the approach of early screamo and heavy indie rock. It's been a good year for this type of stuff and Lacuna is no exception. Stream it in full below.
Caravels will be heading out on a tour with their labelmates Have Mercy, which kicks off in NYC for CMJ and ends in Gainseville, FL for The Fest. Both bands play the previously discussed Topshelf showcase at Saint Vitus on 10/19 with Braid, The Jazz June, and Enemies, which is now sold out.
It's since been announced that Caravels, Enemies, and The Jazz June (who are reuniting for these shows) will also play the free unofficial Topshelf CMJ party at Suburbia (10/18) a day earlier. That show also includes another great modern screamo band The Saddest Landscape (who also open our sold-out BV-presented Touche Amore show), Prawn and My Fictions. All ages, 7 PM start, and like we said, totally free. Flyer below.
And while we're on the topic, Topshelf just released a free 78-track 2013 sampler with tracks from a bunch of their bands plus a ton of their friends from other labels like Speedy Ortiz, Slow Warm Death, Radiator Hospital, The Sidekicks, Field Mouse, Lemuria, Owen, Porches, Pity Sex, Cloakroom, Calculator, Creative Adult, and more.
All Caravels dates are listed, along with the LP stream and tour flyer, below...
by Doug Moore
Primitive Man at Saint Vitus, July 2013 (more by Fred Pessaro)
Primitive Man are a pretty negative band. How negative? If you go on their Bandcamp and look at the lyrics for their Relapse debut Scorn from earlier this year, only lyrics for the eleven-minute title track are listed. The lyrics are:
"No one is listening. No one fucking cares.Yikes. Incidentally, that isn't what it sounds like frontman Ethan McCarthy is actually saying, though his choked delivery make it hard to tell. It's pretty common for metal bands not to publish their lyrics, but it's less common for one of them to explain so succinctly why they didn't bother.
Nonetheless, Scorn rules -- its combination of doom, hardcore, and noise is caustic enough to scour the scum out of your sink, which is (weirdly) a good thing. How much does it rule? Well, we've asked them to play our official Invisible Oranges CMJ showcase at Saint Vitus on 10/17 (tickets) You should all come to that show because it is going to rule extremely hard. BUT, if you can't make it to NYC for CMJ, you're in luck; Primitive Man have announced a run of US dates during the week around the Vitus date.
All dates are listed, along with a stream of Scorn in its entirety and tour flyer, below.
Toronto punks PUP have some killer tracks out like "Lionheart" and "Reservoir," and they'll finally be getting a debut full length out on October 8 via Royal Mountain Records. They've also got a bunch of (mostly Canadian) shows for the coming months, including a return to NYC (they last played Shea in August) for CMJ. Their full CMJ schedule hasn't been announced yet, but we do know they'll be playing Cameo on October 15 with fellow Toronto punks Greys, '90s-inspired CT indie rockers Ovlov, and Brooklyn's lively Hunters. Stay tuned for info on any more PUP CMJ shows.
Many of PUP's dates in their home country are with fellow Canadian rockers and confetti cannon wielders Hollerado who released their new album, White Paint, back in March. Their video for "So It Goes" is in this post. Though Hollerado, who were last here in January, don't appear to be joining PUP for their Cameo show, Hollerado have their own NYC date happening a few days earlier at Glasslands on October 12 with The Features. Tickets for that show are on sale now.
All dates for both bands are listed, along with a couple videos, below...
Hospitality @ Brooklyn Bowl, Sept. 2012 (more by Dominick Mastrangelo)
Superior indie pop band Hospitality are busy working on their follow-up to their 2012 debut which is inching up on two years ago. No official word on LP#2 yet or a tour, but Hospitality will be coming out of show-playing hibernation for CMJ. They'll play Glasslands on Saturday, October 19 with Philly duo Pattern is Movement and more TBA. Tickets are on sale now. Hospitality will also be DJing a Merge Records night at Ace Hotel on Wednesday, October 16. Details beyond that are still to be announced.
Pattern is Movement, meanwhile, will also play a single release party Philadelphia's Union Transfer on October 24. Tickets for that show are on sale too.
The video for Hospitality's "Eighth Avenue" is below.
by Doug Moore
You already knew that Pelican would headline both nights of Invisible Oranges' two-night 2013 CMJ showcase. And now I'm pleased to announce the rest of line-up. The shows will take place on October 17 & 18 at Saint Vitus:
10/17Buy tickets for the show on 10/17 here, and for 10/18 here.
Wreck & Reference
In related news, Pelican debuted a new song from their upcoming LP, Forever Becoming, over at Noisey today. Stream it below.
by Bill Pearis
The U.S. Open just finished a week or so ago, but if you still need a tennis fix, might I suggest Yuck's new video for "Middle Sea"? In it, fro'd drummer Jonny Rogoff (looking McEnroe-esque), faces off against someone more than twice his elder and the two clearly have a rocky history. Filial issues play out on the court: words are had, rackets are thrown (more McEnroe!), and sports drink is spilled. You can watch the video below.
Yuck's new album, Glow & Behold, is out October 1 and the band doesn't seem to have been slowed down much by frontman Daniel Blumberg's departure, as they're still cranking out the catchy '90s style indie rock in the vein of Teenage Fanclub, Versus and Sebadoh, with a little MBV-style glide guitar dappled across at least a couple tracks.
Yuck will be spending the early part of October on tour with Pixies in Europe but will be in NYC for CMJ. The only announced show so far is at Mercury Lounge on 10/18. The whole line-up is pretty good, featuring UK noisemakers Eagulls, soulful crooner Willis Earl Beal, and Montreal's krautrocky Absolutely Free. Tickets to that show go on sale Friday (9/20) at noon. If you have a CMJ badge you can get in with that too, based on capacity of course.
All Yuck tour dates are listed, along with the "Middle Sea" video, below.
Yamantaka // Sonic Titan at Mercury Lounge in 2012 (more by Tim Griffin)
Canadian costumed-face-painted-progressive-psychedelia collective Yamantaka // Sonic Titan have already announced they're coming to our side of the border for CMJ, and it's since been revealed that they'll be doing a quick North American tour after that as well. Those dates include another NYC-area appearance on Halloween (10/31) at Basilica in Hudson, NY (where the Basilica Sound Scape festival just happened). That show is with Norwegian art pop musician Jenny Hval (who also has NYC shows coming up), plus special guests Tanz Praxis (featuring C. Lavender). Tickets for the show will be available via Basilica's site soon.
YT//ST's one currently announced CMJ show is the Panache showcase happening on October 16 at Knitting Factory with Jacco Gardner, Saint Rich, U.S. GIrls, Slim Twig, and Arp. Tickets for that show are still available, and you can also try to get in using your CMJ badge.
YT//ST also just made a video for "One" off their upcoming album UZU (due out 10/29 via Suicide Squeeze), which you can watch, along with the list of all tour dates, below...
Boys Noize, who normally plays larger NYC venues like Webster Hall and Roseland Ballroom, is doing two nights at the more intimate Williamsburg dance club, Output on October 22 and 24. Tickets to those shows go on sale today at noon.
Sammy Hagar celebrates "FOUR DECADES OF ROCK" at The Capitol Theatre on October 23. Tickets go on sale today at noon. \m/
Josh Berwanger (of The Anniversary) is playing a CMJ show at Mercury Lounge, and since we last spoke the full lineup has been announced. Josh will be joined by No Way Josie, Hockey, Wild Adriatic, Gemini Club, Marmalakes, and The Attic Ends. Tickets for that show go on sale today at noon.
Browse our 'Tickets On Sale' tag for more recently announced NYC shows.
Glasser at MHOW in 2010 (more by Amanda Hatfield)
Glasser is releasing her sophomore album, Interiors, on October 8 via True Panther. It's the followup to her debut, Ring, which came out on the same label back in 2010. Glasser already made a video for one of the album's singles, "Shape," and now she's got another for the track "Design." Check it out below.
Following the release of the new album, Glasser will go on a tour which hits NYC for CMJ. She'll play the True Panther/Terrible Records showcase on October 15 at Music Hall of Williamsburg. Other artists TBA. Tickets for the show go on sale Friday (9/13) at noon, or you can try to get in using your CMJ badge.
All dates are listed, along with both music videos, below...
by Doug Moore
Nachtmystium at Saint Vitus, 2012 (more by Fred Pessaro)
Metal Insider have announced the details of their 2013 CMJ showcase. The show will be on October 18 at Europa and will feature Nachtmystium, who were supposedly on hiatus for the year and who haven't come around since their November 2012 Vitus date in support of Silencing Machine. Byzantine (who haven't played NYC in six years), New York's own Black Anvil, Ramming Speed (who played a sold-out Vitus gig with Windhand last week), and Vattnet Viskar round out the lineup. Tickets are available now.
The metal lineup around CMJ weekend is starting to fill out. The Invisible Oranges showcase, featuring two headlining Pelican performances, will go down on October 17 and 18. Lineup and venue details are still emerging; stay tuned for those. As we mentioned, the MetalSucks/Metal Injection showcase -- featuring Fuck the Facts, Fit for an Autopsy, Hivesmasher, Meek Is Murder, and Stomach Earth -- is at the Acheron on October 18. Tickets are available now. And Godflesh's first NYC date in basically forever is on October 19 at Irving Plaza. Tickets are still available for that one, somehow.
by Bill Pearis
Helsinki, Finland duo Shine 2009 will release their second album, Our Nation, on October 15 via Cascine in North America and Modular in the rest of the world. The record skirts the line between indie pop and dance music, a tightrope act that Scandinavians seem particularly adept at. The late-'90s/early-00s seem to be of particular inspiration here, to my ears at least, drawing from things like Kruder & Dorfmeister's K&D Sessions, jungle breakbeats, and effervescent, acoustic-y Swedish pop. It's a terrific LP. If you liked that Kings of Convenience remix album, Versus, UK act Bent or Swedish outfit The Embassy you should check out the album's two released singles, "Eurozone" and "Older," below. (You should check them out even if not, too.) You can also stream CFCF's remix of "Eurozone" which basically turns it into a Stereo MCs song. That's below as well.
Shine 2009 will be in NYC next month for CMJ. No specific shows have been announced yet, but dates will surface once we get closer to the fest.
by Andrew Sacher
The Jazz June in 2000
Philadelphia emo vets The Jazz June helped define the melodic emo sound of the mid-late '90s along with bands like Braid, The Promise Ring, Christie Front Drive, and others, and initially called it quits not long after their 2002 record, Better Off Without Air. They last reunited back in 2007, and now they're coming back once again for another "rebirth" of The Jazz June.
The reunion kicks off when the band plays the official Topshelf Records CMJ showcase on October 19 at Saint Vitus with atmospheric post-hardcore band Caravels, emo-y alt-rockers Have Mercy, post rockers Enemies, and one more TBA. Tom Mullen (Washed Up Emo) DJs between sets. Tickets for the show are on sale now, and a limited number of CMJ badges will be allowed in too. There's also a free exclusive 7" available for everyone in attendance which includes "Hundred Years" by Caravels and a previously unreleased Prawn song. Show flyer below.
Not long after, Have Mercy will open for another reunited emo band, Knapsack, at their previously discussed Music Hall of Williamsburg (11/17) show. I Hate Our Freedom (who also play a show with Sainthood Reps and I Am the Avalanche) are on that bill too. Tickets are still available.
Topshelf CMJ showcase flyer, and streams from all bands playing, below...
by Andrew Sacher
Meek Is Murder at Cake Shop in 2010 (more by Fred Pessaro // BBG)
Brooklyn mathcore trio Meek Is Murder have announced that they'll be returning with a new album, Everything Is Awesome Nothing Matters, on October 22 on vinyl via Threshold of Pain (the band is self-releasing it digitally). It's the followup to their 2011 debut, Algorithms, and like that album, they brought in producer Kurt Ballou of Converge, whose technical, breakneck-speed metallic hardcore is likely a precedent for Meek's sound (as is Botch, who they're known to cover). Check out an album teaser video of Meek is Murder and Kurt Ballou in Kurt's Godcity Studio, along with the tracklist, below.
Meek Is Murder also have some local shows coming up. One of those happens this Saturday (9/14) at The Grand Victory with Tiger Flowers (who they have a split music video with, watch below), Johnny Booth, Hive Smasher, and NYC's atmospheric metallers So Hideous (who also have a new LP on the way, trailer below). Tickets for that show are on sale now. Show flyer below.
Then in October, they play the Metal Injection/Metal Sucks CMJ showcase on October 18 at Acheron. The show's being headlined by grindcore boundary-pushers Fuck the Facts (who have a new EP out), and also includes Fit For An Autopsy, Hivesmasher, and the live debut of Stomach Earth, the new project of The Red Chord's Mike McKenzie. Tickets for that one are on sale now, and the show flyer is below too. And finally, after CMJ they team up with So Hideous again for a show on October 26 at ABC No Rio.
Videos, LP tracklist, and show flyers below...
Crayon Fields frontman Geoffrey O'Connor currently is putting the finishing touches on his second solo album but will release a new single, "Jacqueline," later this month via Chapter Music. Like his 2011 solo debut, "Jacqueline" is glammy, elegant synthpop and we've got the premiere of the track in this post.
As mentioned, Geoffrey will be in NYC next month for CMJ. No confirmed shows announced yet, but be on the lookout. If you're wondering, Crayon Fields are still together and working on new material too.
"Jacqueline" stream below...
by Andrew Sacher
Boston indie rockers Kal Marks will be releasing their first official full length album, Life Is Murder, next week (9/17) via Exploding In Sound/Sophomore Lounge/Midnight Werewolf, but they've now made the entire thing available to stream ahead of its release. Like we said, it's a great mix of '90s-style loud rock and weirder, Modest Mouse-y indie, and you can check it out (via Stereogum) below.
Kal Marks also have a ton of tour dates this year, including one in NYC on October 10 at Shea Stadium with a great lineup of LVL UP, Palehound, and Frankie Cosmos. The flyer for that show is below. Kal Marks also have two CMJ shows scheduled, including
one at Cameo on 10/17 and the Exploding In Sound showcase at Silent Barn on 10/19 with Bad History Month, Grass Is Green, Ovlov, Palehound, Pile, Porches, Speedy Ortiz, and Two Inch Astronaut.
You can also catch Palehound and Frankie Cosmos together even sooner when they play Silent Barn on September 17, making for a great night of anti-folk-inspired indie.
All Kal Marks dates are listed, along with the album stream, below...
Lou Doillon comes from a talented family -- her father is French film director Jacques Doillon, her mother is Jane Birkin, and Charlotte Gainsbourg is her half-sister. Having modeled and acted since the late '90s, she began exploring her music side in the late '00s. Her debut album, Places, was released last year and owes much to '70s singer-songwriters like Joni Mitchell and Carol King. You can stream the album via Spotify and Rdio.
Doillon also recently recorded an Absolut Encore Session at Chinatown club Le Baron (much like Little Dragon and Theopholis London did) and we've got the premiere of "Questions and Answers" from that in this post. Watch the Devendra Banhart-esque performance below.
All tour dates are listed, along with the Encore Session video, below.
by Bill Pearis
As mentioned, Brooklyn trio Au Revoir Simone's new album, Move in Spectrums, is out September 25. Produced by Jorge Elbrecht from Violens, the album is their most immediate, beat-driven album to date. The second single from the album is "Crazy" which is as close to "rock" as they've ever gotten. You can stream it, along with the video for first single "Somebody Who," below.
Erika, Annie and Heather will be heading to Europe next week for a tour but will be on the road in North America next month. Those dates include a NYC show during CMJ, headlining the French Music Bureau Export showcase at Highline Ballroom on October 16 with Lou Doillon and Selebrities. Tickets are on sale now.
All tour dates are listed, along with track stream and video, below.
The big festival season may be coming to a close now that Labor Day is behind us and it doesn't really feel like summer anymore, but of course that doesn't mean there aren't any to still look forward to (though many are in warmer places than here in the Northeast).
One festival that will take an airplane ticket and a passport to get to from the US, but has a lineup that might make it worth it, is the Berlin Festival in -- you guessed it -- Berlin. It goes down this weekend from September 6-7 and includes Blur, Bjork, Pet Shop Boys, My Bloody Valentine, Klaxons, Savages, Justice (DJ), John Talabot (live), and more. Tickets for the festival are on sale now. Full schedule here.
In October, Austin gets the previously discussed Austin City Limits Festival for two weekends (10/4-6 & 10/11-13) with Depeche Mode, The Cure, Atoms for Peace, Phoenix, Wilco, Vampire Weekend, The National, passion Pit, Queens of The Stone Age, Arctic Monkeys, Kendrick Lamar, Franz Ferdinand and more. Weekend passes for weekend 2 and VIP options for both weekends are still available. Check out the schedule here. If you'll be in Austin for the festival, don't forget to catch some of the official late shows too.
Later on in the year, Austin gets the previously discussed Fun Fun Fun Fest (Nov. 8-10) which includes Descendents, Quicksand, Television, Deerhunter, MGMT, M.I.A., Snoop Dogg, Cut Copy, The Walkmen, Kurt Vile, Body Count, Cloud Nothings, Title FIght, White Lung and more. Tickets are still available. Check out the full lineup.
Around that same time, New Orleans hosts the previously mentioned Voodoo Experience festival (11/1-3) with Pearl Jam, Nine Inch Nails, The Cure, The Gaslight Anthem, Desaparecidos, Cults, Rudimental and more. Tickets are still available. Check out the full schedule.
Though it's not quite a "festival," NYC will be bombarded by a whole slew of bands this fall when a big portion of the music industry heads our way for the 2013 CMJ Music Marathon, which runs from October 15-19. Confirmed artists include The Dismemberment Plan, Pelican, Jacco Gardner, Good Riddance, Godflesh, Eagulls, Courtney Barnett, The Long Winters, Savages, Yamantaka // Sonic Titan, Eleanor Friedberger, Kevin Drew, Obits, Fuck Buttons, Quadron, Speedy Ortiz, Lawrence Rothman and more. Badges are on sale now.
Right before CMJ, NYC will be getting the 2013 CBGB Music & Film Festival which goes from October 9 to 13 across various venues and includes Andy Shernoff, Arto Lindsay, Bass Drum of Death, Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr., Ginger Baker, Hanni El Khatib, Meat Puppets, Obits, The Spits, Tommy Ramone, and more. Badges are still available.
And right as CMJ is ending in NYC, San Francisco will be getting its two-day Treasure Island Music Festival (10/19-20). That festival includes Atoms for Peace, Beck, Animal Collective, James Blake, Japandroids, Disclosure, Tricky, Little Dragon, and more. Tickets are still available. Check out the full schedule.
photos by Melissa O'Hearn
John Roderick @ Soundwave tent, Bumbershoot 2013
While The Long Winters haven't released an album since 2006's Putting the Days to Bed, the band has never officially broken up, though it's mainly frontman John Roderick at this point. However, as mentioned, he's gotten the old band back together to play the Barsuk Anniversary celebration in Seattle this November. Specifically, they'll be performing 2003's terrific When I Pretend to Fall in full, with the line-up that made and toured the record. If you've never listened to the album, you can stream it via Spotify or Rdio.
Before that happens, The Long Winters will be doing the same here in New York during CMJ at Bowery Ballroom on October 18. The band line-up for that show is Roderick, Michael Shilling on drums, and Sean Nelson on keyboard. Bassist Eric Corson, who's playing the Barsuk anniversary, can't make the NYC show, unfortunately. Like with most CMJ shows, there's a zillion bands playing and the Bowery bill also features Eleanor Friedberger, Reuben and the Dark, Kan Wakan, Promised Land Sound, and Okta Logue. Tickets are on AmEx presale now, and tickets go on sale to the general public on Friday (9/6) at noon.
John Roderick talked a bit about the reunion when he visited The Soundwave Tent at Bumbershoot in Seattle this past weekend during the BV-hosted portion of the day (Sunday, 9/1, which was "Barsuk Day"). He and host Dave Hill chatted while dueling it out via guitar solos. Pictures from Roderick's visit to the Soundwave tent are in this post. More of them below....
DOWNLOAD: Allah-Las - Every Girl (MP3)
Allah-Las @ Webster Hall in April (more by Joe McCabe)
As discussed, Allah-Las are coming to NYC for a show at Mercury Lounge on September 26. Since we last posted, that show has sold out and an earlier show that same night (with openers Make Good) has been added. Tickets for the early show are available. Both shows also feature DJ sets from Reverberation Radio (aka the Allah-Las in crate-digging mode).
After that, band jet back to the West Coast for a tour with fellow time-warper Jacco Gardner. For these shows, the band have pressed up a limited-edition 7" featuring two previously unreleased tracks. You can download "Every Girl" from it above and stream it below.
Jacco Gardner, as mentioned, will continue to tour North America after his stint with Allah-Las, including dates here in NYC during CMJ. He'll be here for most of the time, but the only announced show thus far is the Panache Booking showcase which happens at Knitting Factory on October 16. Yamantaka // Sonic Titan, Saint Rich, U.S. Girls, Arp, and Slim Twig. Tickets are still available. Jacco hasn't been this way since March.
All Allah-Las and Jacco Gardner dates are listed, along with that new single stream, below.
Half Moon Run at Austin's Stubbs in June (more by Sarah Frankie Linder)
Montreal's Half Moon Run have been touring relentlessly since the release of their debut album and are one of the many bands who will descend on NYC next month for CMJ 2013. They'll probably be playing a few times, like most bands do these days, but their major bow during the week happens October 19 at Bowery Ballroom headlining the Paradigm Agency showcase that also features MisterWives, Gospels, and Flagship. Tickets for that show go on sale Friday (9/6) at noon with an AmEx presale beginning Wednesday (9/4) at noon.
That show is part of a fall tour with MisterWives. They've also go European dates after that and all are listed below.
As mentioned, Seattle psych band Rose Windows are in NYC this week with Montreal's Suuns, playing Le Poisson Rouge on Wednesday (9/4) (tickets). The band, whose album is out now via Sub Pop (listen via Spotify), will soon be on tour with their Pacific Northwest neighbors, The Moondoggies, which will include a stop in NYC during CMJ. While both band's CMJ schedules are still being worked out, they'll play Death by Audio on October 17 as part of Sub Pop little brother label Hardly Art's "Non CMJ CMJ Showcase" that will also include Portland's Hausu, Australia's Lost Animal and locals, The Beets (who are playing shows too).
No word on advance tickets (most DbA shows don't have them anyway) but all Rose Windows and Moondoggies dates are listed below.