Entries tagged with: Dylan LeBlanc

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Anderson Paak

You can browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight's shows, but here are some highlights...

Jenny Lewis, The Watson Twins, M. Ward @ Beacon Theatre
Ten years ago, Jenny Lewis teamed up with the Watson Twins to release Rabbit Fur Coat. That album still lives up today, and Jenny and the Watsons are celebrating by performing it at Beacon Theatre. M Ward, who guests on the album, opens.

Anderson. Paak & The Free Nationals, Jay Watts, Marcus Machado @ SOB's
Anderson .Paak first caught our ears on with his six notable guest appearances on the new Dr. Dre album, and he quickly got out his own new album, the soul/funk/rap hybrid Malibu, that proved he's at least as good on his own too. This should be a good show, and it's sold out.

Cosmicide, Exiles, Ohnomoon, Sleepy Ha Has, Queen of Jeans @ Pianos
Former Secret Machines founder Brandon Curtis has been playing under the Cosmicide name for a couple years, making music that has that widescreen postpunk vibe that former band did so well. This is the first show of his February residency at Pianos.

Fetty Wap, Post Malone, Monty @ Wellmont Theater
Fetty Wap's debut album spawned four charting singles and about twice as many could-be singles, but you already know this because you couldn't leave your house last year without hearing them. Tonight's the first of three NYC-area shows with frequent collaborator Monty and "White Iverson" rapper Post Malone.

Decapitated, Black Breath, Theories @ The Studio at Webster Hall
Polish death metal band Decapitated are currently on the road with two killer Seattle bands, Black Breath and Theories. Especially exciting is Black Breath, who are fresh off the release of their classic-minded DM album Slaves Beyond Death, one of the best of its kind in 2015.

Dead Heavens @ Grand Victory
While Walter Schreifels obtained "legendary" status by playing in hardcore and post-hardcore bands (like Gorilla Biscuits and Quicksand), Dead Heavens gives him a chance to dive into '60s-inspired garage/psych.

Wolf Eyes @ Union Pool
It's the first night of Wolf Eyes three-show Union Pool residency. All the shows will be highly experimental/improvisational, featuring help from Nate Young, John Olson, James Baljo, Viki Viktoria, Chip Apetechnology (Survival Research Labs), Sam Hooker, and Tyler Hicks. Should be interesting.

Hannibal Buress 'Comedy Camisado' screening @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
It's Hannibal's 33rd birthday today and to celebrate he's throwing this free screening of his new Netflix comedy special 'Comedy Camisado.' He's teasing a special musical guest, too. Doors are at 7 PM, 18+.

Talib Kweli and live band @ Blue Note (two shows)
NYC rap staple Talib Kweli is possibly busier than ever this winter, with a total of nine shows in about two months. Tonight he and a live band knock out two more.

Spank Rock, Moistbreezy, BOYSLASHFRIEND @ Good Room
Electro-rapper Spank Rock hasn't released new music in a while, but he's got plenty of super fun material dating back over a decade.

Emily Wells, Lorna Dune @ Bowery Ballroom
Emily Wells continues to hone her brand of hip hop-influenced string-laden baroque pop on her new album, Promise, which just came out last week. For tonight's show, additional strings are provided by the Metropolis Ensemble.

Lead Belly Fest @ Carnegie Hall
Blues legend Lead Belly has influenced tons of artists across several genres for over half a century. That's evident from tonight's varied lineup, which includes Buddy Guy, Eric Burdon, Marky Ramone and many more.

Pharoahe Monch, PitchBlack Brass Band @ Merkin Concert Hall
Part of the Ecstatic Music Festival, tonight features rapper Pharoahe Monch backed by the PitchBlack Brass Band, with a string section, too.

Dylan LeBlanc, Brian Dunne @ Mercury Lounge
Acclaimed Muscle Shoals-born folk crooner Dylan LeBlanc celebrates the release of his third album, Cautionary Tale.

Buster Pointdexter @ Cafe Carlyle
New York Dolls singer David Johansen puts back on the tux and his party-friendly Buster Poindexter persona for a night of saucy cabaret at this fancypants supper club.

Mike Birbiglia @ The Lynn Redgrave Theater
Comedian Mike Birbiglia has been doing his show "Thank God for the Jokes" for nearly two years. He's finally putting it to bed, but not before this six-week run.

Oberhofer, High Waisted, granny, Junk Boys @ Baby's All Right
Brad Oberhofer's new album Chronovisions in August which is more of his cheerful brand of indie rock/pop.

'Not Quite Midnight' @ Littlefield
Hosted by Courtney Maginnis and Chris Calogero, 'Not Quite Midnight' is somewhere between a talk show and a stand up show. Tonight's guests: Janeane Garofalo, Josh Gondelman, Brett Davis, and Aaron Glaser.

For all of tonight's shows, and tomorrow's, check out our NYC concert calendar.

For laughs, check out the NYC Comedy calendar too.

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by Andrew Sacher

MOJOMOJO

This month's issue of UK music magazine MOJO features a free CD titled Rumours Revisted, a tribute to Fleetwood Mac's landmark 1977 album, Rumours. (Not the first time a Fleetwood Mac tribute album came out this year.) The compilation features covers by Yeasayer, Liars, Julia Holter, Pure Bathing Culture, The Besnard Lakes, Dylan LeBlanc, and more. You can stream Yeasayer's take on "Second Hand News" and Liars' reworking of "The Chain" below, and to hear the rest of the album, you might have to get your hands on a copy of the new issue of MOJO or scour the internet for a download. (Side note: I've always wanted to hear 2007-era Yeasayer cover "The Chain" but I guess some things will have to remain up to the imagination...)

Over the summer, Fleetwood Mac revealed plans to tour in 2013. Details for that have still not been announced but the band continue to show signs that the tour is on the way. In a recent interview with Rolling Stone, Lindsey Buckingham revealed that he'd also like to record with Fleetwood Mac again:

"Absolutely, absolutely I would," he says of creating a new album. "In fact, about six, seven months ago, John [McVie] and Mick [Fleetwood] were over here and we actually cut some tracks, and we did enough for maybe half an album. But you gotta get Stevie [Nicks] on board with that, and at the time, she was really quite caught up in what she was doing . . . but I would love to do that because John and Mick were playing their asses off."
The band last released Say You Will in 2003.

Streams and tracklist are below.

Continue reading "Yeasayer, Liars & more on new Fleetwood Mac tribute (streams); Lindsey Buckingham up for new FM album"

photos by Tracy Allison

First Aid Kit, Music Hall of Williamsburg 9/30/2012
First Aid Kit
First Aid Kit

Swedish sisterly duo First Aid Kit played two shows in NYC over the weekend with Dylan LeBlanc, first at Irving Plaza on Saturday (9/29) and then Music Hall of Williamsburg on Sunday (9/30). Backed by an able band, their angelic, confessional folk held the audience rapt and the harmonies Klara and Johanna Söderberg produce had many swooning. Photos from the MHOW show (including one of the setlist) are in this post.

First Aid Kit released an iTunes Session a couple weeks ago (including a cover of Patti Smith's "Dancing Barefoot"), and a deluxe edition of their most recent album, The Lion's Roar, is out this week with a bonus DVD featuring a tour documentary. The duo also recently made a video for their single, "Wolf," and that can be watched below.

Continue reading "First Aid Kit played Music Hall of Williamsburg with Dylan LeBlanc (pics)"

Dylan LeBlanc @ Mercury Lounge (more by Eric Townsend)
Dylan

That First Aid Kit Brooklyn show and "growing tour" mentioned this morning is now fully announced and includes a NYC show at Irving Plaza too (check Ticketmaster for tickets to appear probably later this week). Dylan LeBlanc opens at Irving and Music Hall of Williamsburg and at many of the dates listed, along with a video of First Aid Kit on Conan, below...

Continue reading "Dylan LeBlanc opening for First Aid Kit (who are also playing Irving Plaza) -- 2012 Tour Dates"

First Aid Kit at Webster Hall in March (more by Tamara Porras)
First Aid Kit

Though we were surprised when First Aid Kit made the jump from playing Mercury Lounge to headlining a much larger show at Webster Hall, the Swedish folk duo proved fully able of selling out the big venue.

So tickets should be going pretty quickly when they return to NYC this fall to play Music Hall of Williamsburg on September 30. Tickets go on sale Friday (5/4) at noon with an AmEx presale starting Wedneday (5/2) at noon.

UPDATE: They're also playing Irving Plaza and many more just-announced dates

The MHOW show appears to be part of a North American tour that hasn't been announced in full yet. Other upcoming North American dates for the duo include Newport Folk Festival and Lollapalooza. All dates are listed below...

Continue reading "First Aid Kit playing Brooklyn on growing fall tour (dates)"

DOWNLOAD: Dylan LeBlanc - If The Creek Don't Rise (MP3)

Dylan LeBlanc at Mercury Lounge (more by Eric Townsend)
Dylan Leblanc

21-year old Rough Trade-signed singer-songwriter Dylan LeBlanc is now on a tour of North America that stops at Rockwood Music Hall in NYC on Tuesday (10/11). Advanced tickets are available for the show happening on the venue's Stage 2 at 10:30pm. All tour dates are below.

Grab the MP3 "If the Creek Don't Rise" above, and listen for the backup vocals by Emmylou Harris. A couple of videos with the dates, below...

Continue reading "Dylan LeBlanc on tour, playing Rockwood (dates)"

photos by Eric M. Townsend

Dylan LeBlanc

The MUSE: Your debut album was just released this summer. What have the last few months been like for you?

Dylan LeBlanc: I worked really hard touring. It's been a big change in my life, kind of giving up control and having people work for me. It's weird. Not having to book my own shows. It's kind of cool. I like it. I feel like I'm very happy. I feel like I'm moving forward, and I've gotten a lot better over the course of the last year and several months. Playing new songs, it's been really great.

Who are some of the artists and songs that inspired you to get out there and create your own music?

Dylan LeBlanc: As far as artists go, I like what a lot of people like. I like Wilco a lot. They were big throughout my teenage years. And a lot of Neil Young, classic rock, classic folk music. As far as songs go, the first song that made me instantly love music was "Out On The Weekend" from Harvest (Reprise). That was the first real, good song that made me want to start writing songs. I just like that song for some reason, and that whole album. We played a lot of good stuff at my house.

Dylan LeBlanc's hard touring brought him to Rock Shop on 1/27 (he played the show before Wye Oak) and Mercury Lounge on 1/28 (where these pictures come from).

The Mercury Lounge show in direction competition with a show featuring his tourmate Lissie at Webster Hall that night. The two resumed their tour together after NYC and keep going for about another week. Later this month Dylan hops on tour with Lucinda Williams who then plays two shows at Webster Hall without him.

All tour dates, more pictures from the Merc show, and some videos from Lissie's date with Webster Hall, below...

Continue reading "Dylan LeBlanc played Mercury Lounge (while Lissie was at Webster Hall) -- pics & more dates"

Dylan LeBlanc
Dylan Leblanc

The Guardian recently listed "Hidden gems of 2010: the pop, world and jazz CDs you may have missed", one of those is :

Dylan LeBlanc - Pauper's Field (Rough Trade)

Mopey country troubadours are 10-a-penny, but few nail Stetson anomie as gracefully as Dylan LeBlanc. His father was a Muscle Shoals sessioneer, and LeBlanc retains a sepia-tinted way with instrumentation and classic tropes like lost love. But there are darker themes here (addiction, murder) supplementing LeBlanc's nicely judged bleakness.

If you missed him in July, 20-year-old Dylan LeBlanc returns to the road this month, playing select dates across the East Coast and Midwest with Lissie... except in NYC where the two artists play separate shows. Lissie headlines Webster Hall on January 28th (tickets) while Dylan plays Mercury Lounge that same night with Arthur & The Geniuses (tickets). You can also catch Dylan at Rock Shop on 1/27 (tickets) - Lissie has that night off.

All tour dates and a Dylan DUMBO Session video, below...

Continue reading "Dylan LeBlanc & Lissie touring (but playing separate in NYC)"

DOWNLOAD: Dylan LeBlanc - If Time Was For Wasting (MP3)

Dylan Leblanc

Louisianan Dylan Leblanc is one of the most recent acquisitions for Rough Trade, who'll be putting out the Ryan Adams-esque twangy songwriter's debut LP, Pauper's Field, on August 24th.

Dylan played City Winery last night with Calexico, and Pianos with Pronto & Todd Barry the night before that. People keep mentioning how good he was. And he still has three more NYC shows to go. He plays tonight (July 20th) for free at Other Music, Wednesday at Joe's Pub (tickets), and Friday, July 23rd at Maxwell's with Dawes... which we have a pair of free tickets to give away (you can also buy some). Contest details below.

The Joe's Pub gig is before the DM Stith/Inlets show at the venue.

Dylan's video for "If Time Was For Wasting", the contest, and tour dates (just those NYC gigs) are below...

Continue reading "Dylan LeBlanc is here - MP3 from Rough Trade LP, video & dates (including Other Music tonight, Maxwell's w/ Dawes)"