Entries tagged with: Cut Copy
by Bill Pearis
As mentioned, Australia's World's End Press are over in North America with Cut Copy for a few dates and will headline a NYC show at Mercury Lounge on Wednesday (6/5) with Selebrities. Tickets to that show are still available. The band have just released a new single, "To Send Our Love," which should be on their forthcoming, Tim Goldsworthy-produced debut album. It's a slow build but by the midpoint the track enters full widescreen dance mode with a decidedly DFA backend. We've got the premiere of the track's video below.
World's End Press also have a headlining date in Los Angeles after their dates with CC and all are listed below...
Kanye West in Sweden in 2011 (more)
NYC festival Governors Ball is totally sold out of regular tickets, but if you weren't able to get yours and still want to go, there are still a few options. From now until Monday (5/27) at 11:59 PM, you can enter the Governors Ball Ticket Lottery. Entering the lottery gives you a chance to be selected to purchase either a 3-day pass or a single day ticket. More details on how the lottery works below.
Ticket lottery details and festival set times below...
Deerhunter at Austin Psych Fest 2013 (more by Tim Griffin)
Governors Ball is less than a month away, and the fest has now released the daily schedule. They've done a pretty good job with not too many giant conflicts -- though there's a few like Grizzly Bear vs Beirut, Bloc Party vs The xx, Erykah Badu vs Beach House, and Nas vs Guns N Roses. Check out the daily line-ups across their four stages below.
by Bill Pearis
Melbourne, Australia's World's End Press have been around for three years or so, slowly building an audience in the homeland and have shared bills with Hot Chip, Primal Scream, Bloc Party, Cut Copy, !!! and Metronomy. Last year's widescreen, danceable single "Second Day Uptown" (produced by Cut Copy's Dan Whitford) recalls Sparkle in the Rain era Simple Minds was a hit on Aussie alt radio station Triple J. The band have just finished up their debut album with DFA's Tim Goldsworthy which is due out later this year. The first single, the dark and swirling "Deadbeat Sweetheart," is out now and we've got the premiere of its video below.
World's End Press will be in North America next month, touring with Cut Copy. While CC are playing Governors Ball, World End Press will play a headlining show NYC at Mercury Lounge on June 5. Tickets are on sale now. All tour dates are listed, along with that video and a few streams, below.
Governors Ball 2012 (more by Amanda Hatfield)
Though Guns N Roses being announced as the third headliner and related "YOLO" Facebook messages were the most discussed and controversial topics when one of NYC festival Governors Ball's promoters hopped in a Reddit chat yesterday (4/3), we also learned that: Miguel dropped off the festival; the promoters were trying to land Atoms for Peace (whose tour instead brings them to NYC for a Barclays Center show on 9/27); Cut Copy and Kendrick Lamar are playing at the same time on the Saturday of the fest, and there are unannounced afterparties. "Stay tuned for epic shows at Brooklyn Bowl, MHOW, Gramercy, Glasslands, and Irving Plaza." That quote and more over at Reddit.
Governors Ball goes down on Randall's Island from June 7 - 9 and also includes a number of other artists like Kanye West, Nas, Grizzly Bear, The xx, Feist, Beach House, Animal Collective, Erykah Badu, Death from Above 1979, Crystal Castles, Best Coast, Dirty Projectors, DInosaur Jr., Japandroids, Alt-J, Deerhunter, Fucked Up, and many more. 3-Day passes are still available and tickets for individual days are now on Friday (4/5) at 11 AM.
We recently gave you a list of artists we're excited to see at the festival, and though that list already included Deerhunter, we're even more excited to see them after their recent Fallon performance. If you missed the awesomeness of that (which also included debuting their new single, Monomania), you can watch the video below.
by Andrew Sacher and Bill Pearis
Governors Ball 2012 (more by Amanda Hatfield)
As mentioned, NYC music festival Governors Ball keeps growing and its returning this year for it's largest and most exciting festival yet on Randall's Island from June 7 - 9. Early bird 3-day passes go on sale today (1/25) at noon at $190, and once they sell out, they become $205 and then $220. According to the festival's website, single day tickets may or may not become available so if you'd like to go, they advise you purchase a 3-day pass.
The lineup has tons of great names this year and if you're going, we're sure you've got a bunch of stuff lined up to see already, and while you're making your wish list, here's our list of ten bands that we're excited to see at the festival, that you might not want to miss.
Kanye West is one of the headliners, and any chance to catch him in the NYC area is one to take advantage of. It's pretty amazing how far he's come and with seven albums under his belt (including Watch the Throne and Cruel Summer), he's got more than enough material for a hits-filled set, which he tends to do. And there's no telling what else he might do, like break out some snow monster masks or something.
A newer, but no less exciting rapper, Kendrick Lamar, will be there too. He turned the rap world on its head with last year's good kid, m.A.A.d. city, and us New Yorkers only got our chance to see him before its release. So now that we know all the words to his record, we pretty much can't wait to see him perform songs off of it at Governors Ball.
The term "supergroup" doesn't always mean the group is "super," just that the members are all known for other projects. But in the case of Divine Fits, featuring the songwriting talents of Spoon's Britt Daniel and Handsome Furs' Dan Boeckner, it was two great tastes that taste great together. And as a band, Divine Fits were pretty much amazing live right out of the gate, and their danceable vibe is festival-ready.
Deerhunter have been promising a new album for 2013 and while they haven't revealed any formal plans for it, we're hoping to hear some of the new material at Governors Ball. Plus, though we've seen side projects like Atlas Sound, Lotus Plaza, and Moon Diagrams in NYC recently, we haven't gotten an actual Deerhunter show since 2011.
UK art rockers Alt-J became infinitely bigger since first coming to the US last May, and they've got the kind of songs that would sound great on a big outdoor stage. The band have been on tour constantly and we've seen their onstage confidence grow leaps over the visits they've already had here. They should be primed and ready for big crowds by the summer.
Japandroids have already come to NYC a few times in the past year (and those liars said it'd be a while before they came back!) and anyone who has seen them knows every Japandroids show is destined to be a wild time. The band is always nuts on stage and so is the crowd, so it's the kind of thing that will be a killer time at an outdoor festival.
Another band, like Alt-J, that have also had a pretty significant and quick rise since first catching our attention, is Polica, who will be at this year's Governors Ball. Their mix of indie pop and R&B is endlessly catchy and the dueling drummers are a thrill to watch live. Whether you're already a fan or not, they'd be a great band to catch.
Unlike many of the bands on the Governors Ball line-up, it's been a couple years since Australia's Cut Copy have played North America and absence makes the heart grow fonder. CC seem to write their songs with giant crowds in mind and show no shame in working the crowd into a frenzy.
Most of the artists on this list are artists we've been fans of for a while, but festivals are also always good places to discover new artists, and one new group we're excited to see at Governors Ball is Vancouver's Bear Mountain. Last year, they released their debut album, XO, which combined club-ready dance tracks, arena sized atmospherics, and an indie pop sensibility in the songwriting. It's a pretty great mix and sounds like it will be totally fun live. You can stream the album in its entirety below.
Governors Ball, which started as a small NYC festival on Governors Island and moved to the larger Randall's Island last year, keeps getting bigger and bigger. This year's fest takes place June 7th, 8th & 9th, and tickets go on sale Friday. Check out the full lineup, in list, video and flyer format - one unannounced headliner included, below...
Toronto art pop musician Sandro Perri has a few dates scheduled to take place surrounding his appearance at this year's FYF Fest. They're a bit scattered at the moment so it looks like more might be revealed, but we know that one of them is a NYC show which happens on September 20 at Mercury Lounge. Tickets for that show are on sale now. All currently known dates are listed below.
Sandro Perri is also one of the many musicians being featured on the new Arthur Russell tribute album, This Is How We Walk on the Moon, that AIDS organization Red Hot (who are also responsible for Dark Was the Night, Red Hot + Rio and many other compilations) and Pitchfork are putting out. Sandro will join Robyn, Cut Copy, Hot Chip, Dan Boeckner, Twin Shadow, Washed Out, Laurel Halo, Sam Amidon, Devendra Banhart, Olof Arnalds, Jose Gonzalez, Thao with the Get Down Stay Down, Chad VanGaalen, Glen Hansard, and many others for the album. The project is being funded on kickstarter. The Kickstarter video and a list of all participating artists is below.
Earlier this year, DFA put out a remix 12" of material from Sandro's 2011 LP, Impossible Spaces. The stream of Eluvium's remix of "Changes," a list of all currently known Sandro Perri dates, and the Arthur Russell tribute info are below.
today in NYC
* Cumbiagra @ Barbes
* Daria Musk @ Joe's Pub
* Sean Noonan @ The Stone
* Cake @ Williamsburg Park
* Yacouba Diabte @ Zebulon
* Alsarah & The Nubatones @ Barbes
* Jerry Seinfeld @ MGM Grand (CT)
* Journey, Pat Benatar @ Jones Beach
* Howse, Octo Octa, The Range @ Cameo Gallery
* The Pietasters, 100dBs @ Rocks Off Concert Cruise
* Choban Elektrik, Niva, East Montage @ The Rock Shop
* The So So Glos, Wyldlife, Awkward Girls @ Union Hall
* Satisfaction (Rolling Stones tribute) @ Brooklyn Bowl
* Kim Ann Foxman of Hercules and Love Affair @ Le Bain
* MC Lars, Math The Band, Adam WarRock @ Knitting Factory
* Lucinda Williams, Amy Cook @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
* Darlings, Sundelles, Automotive High School @ Glasslands
* Ikue Mori, Sylvie Courvoisier, Erik Friedlander @ The Stone
* Cymbals Eat Guitars, Mitchell Grey, Justin and Alina @ Maxwell's
* Robbers On High Street, The Moto-Gators, XL-Kings @ The Gutter
* Napoleon, Adam Lempel, Weird Rivers, Cool Serbia @ Shea Stadium
* Daniel Higgs, Tim Harrington @ The Vander Ende-Onderdonk House
* Mariner, Popular Culture, Night Panther, Tiger Waves @ Cake Shop
* The Everymen, Everymen, Romans, Lost Romance, Kestrels @ Pianos
* Whatever Brains, PC Worship, Acid Problem, Big Ups @ Death By Audio
* Little Dragon, Frankie Rose, Voices of Black @ Prospect Park Bandshell
* Little Dragon (DJ set), Physical Therapy (DJ set), DJ Rezound @ Glasslands
* Kate McGarry Band with Keith Ganz, Gary Versace & Clarence Penn @ Joe's Pub
* Valerie Simpson & Friends: A Tribute To Nick Ashford @ Damrosch Park Bandshell
* Buraka Som Sistema, Surkin, Alex English, rekLES (Girls & Boys) @ Webster Hall
* Calvin Johnson, Katie and the Lichen, Laura Lief, Old Night, Priests @ Muchmore's
* Gehenna, Young and In The Way, Ilsa, Skin like Iron, Psychic Limb @ Acheron
* Early Spring, Doubting Thomas Cruise Control, Secret Beach @ Ran Tea House (269 Kent)
* The Flaming Lips, fun., Grandmaster Flash, Grizzly Bear, Santigold @ StePhest ColbChella
* Slaughterhouse, Freeway, LAD & Willie The Kid, J the S, Da Circle, Pharoahe Monch @ The Well POSTPONED
* Fergus & Geronimo, Family Curse, Arto Lindsay, Mannequin Pussy, Habibi (DJ set) @ 285 Kent Ave
* Hank & Cupcakes, The Broadcast, Mother Feather, Kitten Berry Crunch, Of The Opera @ Mercury Lounge
* Massage Club, Bird Courage, Wet Water, Brooklyn Wildlife, Bloom, Xander Naylor, Steve Nelson, Maria Vaz, Cody Swanson @ Big Snow
Tonight's free Little Dragon/Frankie Rose Celebrate Brooklyn show at Prospect Park is rain or shine. If you can't make it (or would rather just stay dry), you can stream the show on NPR.
StePhest ColbChella which sets sail aboard the Intrepid with The Flaming Lips, Grizzly Bear, Grandmaster Flash, Santigold, and others is rain or shine too.
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Neurosis posted a fourth "Electrical Transmission" teaser which you can watch below.
Cut Copy recently appeared on Yo Gabba Gabba, who recently announced a tour with multiple NYC shows. Check out the video below.
Merchandise have a new video for "In Nightmare Room," which you can watch below.
Electronic music pioneer Manuel Göttsching will perform his influential album, E2-E4, in its entirety in Japan on Saturday (8/11). You can stream the performance live HERE on Saturday (8/11) at 3:30 PM EST.
by Andrew Sacher
Ben Browning, who joined Cut Copy as their bassist before the release of 2011's excellent Zonoscope LP, had been working on his material prior to that album, and released it in the form of the Lover Motion EP on Cut Copy's Cutters label last week (3/19). The EP was produced by Architecture in Helsinki members Gus Franklin and Haima Marriott and features keyboard programming from Cut Copy frontman Dan Whitford. The single, "I Can't Say," doesn't sound very different from the material on Zonoscope and is by far the biggest pop moment on the EP. Of the remaining four tracks, two are instrumental, and the other two are on a slightly calmer side of pop. You can stream the entire EP and the "I Can't Stay" single which includes remixes by Knightlife and Juan Maclean below. The video for "I Can't Stay" is also below.
Ben will be making his way over to the US for the Sweetlife Food & Music Festival in Columbia, MD (4/28) with The Shins, Explosions in the Sky, Twin Shadow, Zola Jesus, and others this April. The day before that festival, he'll play a Brooklyn show at Glasslands on April 27. Tickets for that show are on sale now. There's also an LA date with Metronomy (who will be in LA on tour with Coldplay).
All dates, video and streams below....
Speaking of shows the Shins are playing...
"DeLuna Fest and Five Flags Tourism Group are excited to announce the performance schedule for this year's music festival taking place on the gorgeous sugar-white sands of Pensacola Beach, FL, on October 14th, 15th, and 16th. DeLuna Fest's five stages and waterfront hotels along Pensacola Beach will play host to over 80 bands..... Go to http://lineup.delunafest.com/schedule to see the full schedule for this year's outstanding line up for DeLuna Fest 2011 which includes Linkin Park on their only US Fall date, The Shins, Weezer, Cake, Jane's Addiction, Cut Copy, Big Boi, Matt & Kim, Girl Talk, Wanda Jackson, Bettye LaVette, Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue, Dirty Dozen Brass Band and many, many more.Don't hold Linkin Park against them. We know how hard it is for Florida festivals to sell tickets! Hotel options HERE.
Tickets are on sale now for only $189.95 for all three days, all stages and in/out privileges."
The Rosebuds at Prospect Park last week (more by Amanda Hatfield)
The Rosebuds, who just opened two incredible shows for Bon Iver in NYC as the last two dates on their tour together, have a few more shows announced that happen later this year. No tour has been announced yet, but we know that they'll be at Hopscotch in North Carolina, Pitchfork Paris and a NYC show on October 12 at Bowery Ballroom. Tickets for the NYC show go on sale Friday (8/19) at noon.
Pitchfork Paris, taking place October 28th & 29th in France, is being co-curated by Bon Iver and the lineup looks like this so far:
28 OCTOBRE : 16h00 - 5H00Tickets are on sale.
APHEX TWIN + PANTHA DU PRINCE + EROL ALKAN + WILD BEASTS + CUT COPY + WASHED OUT + REAL ESTATE + MONDKOPF + ICEAGE
29 OCTOBRE : 14h00 - 22H00
BON IVER + JENS LEKMAN + STORNOWAY + KATHLEEN EDWARDS + ROSEBUDS
Kathleen Edwards also plays shows with Bon Iver in September. All Bon Iver & Rosebuds dates, and the video for "Woods" (by Rosebuds) below...
photos by Jessica Amaya
"Cut copy in prospect park was AMAZING! So good in fact that I woke up with a fever today and my head feels like it may explode. OUCH" - Jackie
"Perfect night for a little cut copy in prospect park.
They're killing it! #celebratebrooklyn" - Ana Maria Lopez
"So much love for Brooklyn. A show we will never forget! Thanks for spending the night in the park with us. X" - Cut Copy
Cut Copy headlined a sold out Celebrate Brooklyn show at Prospect Park on Thursday (8/11) with Midnight Magic and Foster the People (who have TWO SOLD OUT Terminal 5 shows coming up with Reptar). Cut Copy focused mainly on stuff off their two most recent albums, opening up strong with favorites "Feel the Love" and "Take Me Over."
More pictures from the Brooklyn show below...
Treasure Island Music Festival is returning to San Francisco, CA on October 15 and 16. The lineup includes Cut Copy, Beach House, The Hold Steady, Flying Lotus, Death From Above 1979, YACHT, Shabazz Palaces, The Antlers, St. Vincent, and many others. 2-Day passes go on sale Wednesday (7/27) 10 AM and single day tickets on Friday (7/29) at 10 AM.
Speaking of St. Vincent, if you haven't already, check out her new track at StrangeMercy.com. The full album is out September 13th via 4AD. More info and tour dates HERE. Still no info on tickets for her Met show.
Full Treasure Island lineup below...
Pitchfork Fest Day Three (Sunday, 7/17/11) was the day to go if you were looking to dance. The last day of the fest was pretty heavy on the electronic music with Cut Copy, Toro y Moi, HEALTH, Baths, Darkstar, and for something way chiller, How to Dress Well. The third day provided lo-fi masters Kurt Vile, Ariel Pink, and Deerhunter, and complete opposite ends of the hip hop spectrum with the abrasive and utterly offensive Odd Future and the this-must-be-from-another-planet rap of Shabazz Palaces. Day three was also the one chance to see a metal band (Kylesa).
Sunday was headlined by TV on the Radio. TVOTR, like Fleet Foxes who headlined the day before, have a wildly impressive double bill at Williamsburg Waterfront in September. Theirs is with Broken Social Scene on September 8. Tickets are still available.
Twin Sister played Sunday, and you can catch them for free in McCarren Park this Wednesday night (7/27).
The above pictures is a screen shot from the Virgin Freefest lineup announcement video that they posted to YouTube. The girl behind the words exclaims, "James Murphy solo!" as she reads her piece of the September 10th free MD festival lineup. The full lineup, video, poster and press release is below...
DOWNLOAD: Chromeo - "When the Night Falls" (Breakbot Remix) (MP3)
Chromeo at Williamsburg Waterfront in 2010 (more by Bao Nguyen)
Cut Copy's upcoming tour now has pre-sale tickets (username: cut, password: copy). The tour currently kicks off in NJ on September 13 at Wellmont Theatre with Washed Out and Midnight Magic, but has no NYC date.
Speaking of "internet community" pre-sales, Chromeo are doing one too (username: chromeo, password: tickets) for their upcoming tour which was just announced. The pre-sale also includes an option for an autographed vinyl ticket package which consists of one GA ticket, one autographed vinyl of Business Casual, one limited edition commemorative laminate, and early entry into the venue the night of the show. The tour doesn't include any NYC dates at the moment, but it does hit Philly on Halloween, as well as Austin City Limits and Pop Montreal.
Chromeo also has a remix EP coming out for the track "When the Night Falls" (feat. Solange Knowles) on July 26 via Big Beat/Atlantic. The EP features remixes by Hercules & Love Affair, Lifelike, Breakbot, and a cover of the song by Mayer Hawthorne, the latter two of which Chromeo are touring with. Grab the Breakbot remix above.
All Chromeo dates below...
Cut Copy at Terminal 5 in April (more by Dana (DISTORTION) Yavin)
Cut Copy have announced their final US and UK dates in support of the killer Zonoscope, released earlier this year. Much of the tour is being opened by Washed Out, and Midnight Magic who also open for Cut Copy at Prospect Park in August (along with Foster the People). The new dates kick off in NJ on September 13 at Wellmont Theatre and end in late October in the UK. Washed Out and Midnight Magic are both on the Wellmont bill. Tickets go on sale Friday (7/8) at noon.
No new NYC dates, but according to Cut Copy's website, there are five shows missing from the tour announcement that they're not allowed to announce yet. Tickets for Cut Copy's Prospect Park show are still on sale.
Toro y Moi remixed the Zonoscope track "Blink and You'll Miss a Revolution" for the track's upcoming single release. The single will be available digitally on August 9 in the US and as a 12" soon after. Check out the remixed track below. Check out Toro's upcoming dates HERE.
Washed Out are not on the bill for the Prospect Park show, but they are currently on their own headlining tour which hits Bowery Ballroom on July 11 with Blood Orange and Grimes.
Midnight Magic play the Summer BBQ Blowout at City Winery on August 6th.
All Cut Copy & Washed Out tour dates and the Toro y Moi remix below...
DOWNLOAD: Miracles Club - "Light of Love" (MP3)
DOWNLOAD: Miracles Club - "Light of Love" (Cut Copy Re-Vision) (MP3)
"We're not going to lie. When XLR8R first caught wind of The Miracles Club, we had our doubts. Granted, we were already fans of Honey Owens and her droney, experimental work as Valet and as a member of Nudge--we even made her the subject of an episode of XLR8R TV a couple years ago. But Honey Owens... doing house music? In Portland? And claiming classic Chicago sounds as an influence? No offense to our pals in the Pacific Northwest, but the City of Roses isn't exactly known for its love of DJ culture. Vintage stores, organic eats, and DIY noisemaking? Yes. Thumping, club-friendly beats? Not so much. So imagine our surprise when the outfit's debut EP, Light of Love, came out last year and was actually... good." [xl8r8r]Portland's The Miracles Club released an EP of remixes of their track "Light of Love" on Cut Copy's Cutters Records back in May. Cut Copy contributed their own remix of the track to the EP. Listen to that and the original track above to compare.
Miracles Club have a number of Northside Festival shows coming up this weekend. They play the Let's Play House Northside showcase tonight (6/17) at Cameo with Blondes, Jacques Renault and others. They also DJ at 70 N 6th Street on June 18 with Konnichiwa and open for YACHT and Midnight Magic at the DFA Northside showcase on Sunday (6/19). Tickets are still on sale for the latter.
If you miss Laurel Halo at 285 Kent tonight, you can also catch her at the Newtown Radio 1 Year Anniversary BBQ at Shea Stadium on Sunday, June 19 with Autre Ne Veut, Forma and others.
Miracles Club EP album art a flier for tonight's show below...
Joan of Arc in 2008 (more by Leia Jospe)
After dates on their current southwestern tour and a forthcoming UK tour come to an end, Joan of Arc will kick off another leg of dates in Pontiac, MI with Implodes heading toward the East Coast before looping back to a tour-ending show in St. Louis. NYC will get an appearance on that journey at Mercury Lounge on August 10th. Tickets are currently on AmEx presale and go on regular sale at noon on Friday (5/20)
Mike Kinsella of Joan of Arc/Cap'n Jazz will bring his side/solo/other project Owen to one upcoming date in Champaign, IL in September at the Pygmalion Music Festival. There Owen will share a stage with Cut Copy, Explosions in the Sky, Deerhoof, Xiu Xiu, Asobi Seksu, Japandroids, and the reunited Braid. So far no other dates Braid dates have emerged, but we'll be on the look out.
Implodes released their new LP Black Earth via Kranky in April. Check out the shoegaze-y burner "Marker" streaming below alongside alll tour dates and some video.
photos by Tim Griffin
Cut Copy @ Stubb's
Midnight Magic have been added to Cut Copy's upcoming Brooklyn show with Foster the People, upping the total number of bands on the Prospect Park bill to three. Tickets are still on sale.
Cut Copy's tour with Holy Ghost! ended in Austin over the weekend with two big shows at Stubb's. Tim was at the 2nd one, and his pictures are in this post.
Like she has in the past, Nancy Whang joined Holy Ghost! during their set. Maybe she'll do the same this Friday at their sold out headlining show at Music Hall of Williamsburg which is being opened by The Hundred in the Hands.
More Austin pics, including a shot of CC's setlist, below...
Dan Whitford sings to the top tier at Terminal 5 (more by Dana (Distortion) Yavin)
In addition to the previously discussed set of Cut Copy dates which include a Brooklyn show in Prospect Park (ON SALE AT NOON), the Australian band announced even more shows right after we posted that. The full list and a new remix of "Need You Now" by Carl Craig, below...
"much love to our friends in the desert (and Danny DeVito) for making coachella a truly memorable one for us! Epic crowd, Epic sunshine. x" - Cut Copy
Cut Copy @ Terminal 5 (more by Dana (Distortion) Yavin)
Cut Copy are currently finishing up a tour with Holy Ghost! that had them at Coachella Friday night. Check out videos of the crazy dance party that the Australian band brought to the California desert, below. Check out pictures of other bands who played Coachella that day, HERE.
Cut Copy's tour came to Terminal 5 in NYC three times in a row earlier in the month, and Cut Copy will return to NYC this August to, like Animal Collective, play a headlining show at the Prospect Park bandshell. Tickets for the August 11th 'Celebrate Brooklyn' benefit go on AmEx presale Wednesday at noon, and then regular sale on Friday. Foster the People, who also tour through NYC in June, open the outdoor show.
The new Brooklyn gig comes a day before a show Cut Copy are playing Arizona, and almost a month after they visit North America to, like Animal Collective, play the Pitchfork Festival in Chicago. Most of their other announced dates are in Europe at the moment. They are all listed below...
photos by Dana (DISTORTION) Yavin
Cut Copy played their 3rd of three sold out Terminal 5 shows on Wednesday night (4/6), this time with Midnight Magic instead of Holy Ghost! who opened the first two. We posted pictures from the first night. A set from the third, Cut Copy's setlist included, continue below...
photos by Diana Wong
Cut Copy and a door @ Terminal 5
NY PRESS: Every time you come back to the U.S., the venues seem a bit bigger. The shows at Terminal 5 sold out quickly. What's it like to see that progression?No dancey bands should have scheduled shows in NYC on Saturday, if for no other reason than they were probabably upset that they made it all the way to NYC on April 2nd, but couldn't go see LCD Soundsystem at Madison Square Garden, because they had to work. Daedelus and company played a show at Music Hall of Williamsburg that night, and Cut Copy and the DFA-signed Holy Ghost! played their second sold out show in a row that evening at Terminal 5. The other Cut Copy show was one night earlier, and Cut Copy will play the large NYC venue again, but with opener Midnight Magic, on Wednesday (also sold out).
Cut Copy: We've always found American audiences to be receptive. When we began, we were opening for people and it seemed when we started headlining all those people came back and brought their friends. It happened organically, as it should. It's not like we had a lot of press or hype behind that first record. It felt quite grassroots. We've found throughout the world we have such a loyal fan base. I never thought we would connect with an American audience. I'm not sure how it happened but it's amazing.
The pictures in this post are from Friday and they continue, shot of Cut Copy's setlist included, and with more tour dates, below...