Entries tagged with: Eats Everything
by Andrew Sacher
Floating Points (photo by Louise Haywood-Schiefer)
UK producer Floating Points releases his first full length, Elaenia, next week (11/6) via Luaka Bop, and he's now streaming it in full. It was recorded with a full band and it still has elements of dance music, but it's often more of a chilled-out jazz album than anything else. It's good stuff, and you can listen to the whole thing below (via NPR)
Floating Points is going on a tour as an 11-piece band, including a NYC show on 11/7 at MHOW which is part of the Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival. BEMF just announced their second round of artists, including the Soulection Crew, Eats Everything, a Fool's Gold 8th Anniversary Party, Will Clarke & Soul to Seoul, Paul Raffaele, Nadus, DJ Afrika Bambataa, Spank, Fixed and Discwoman.
Stream the Floating Points album below...
most photos by Mallory Turner
This year's 20th anniversary of Nocturnal Wonderland went down pretty much without a hitch. With no reports of deaths coming our way, the festival seems mostly bereft of controversy and conflict.For those who had a ticket, Nocturnal Wonderland came to a close late Sunday night, after three straight nights of partying and hula hooping in San Bernardino. We sent photographers to check out the scene, capture the ravers in action, catch a few of the acts and peak inside the Toyota tent that we co-presented. Our photos from the three-day rave can be found HERE and HERE and BELOW...
One thing that stood out in the official reports, however, were the staggering number of arrests for the first two days of the event. Nearly 200 people were taken into custody, according to San Bernardino County sheriff's Capt. Stephen Dorsey. 76 people were arrested Friday and 123 were arrested Saturday, and the majority of those were for "people who are trying to sneak in. You're not welcome here unless you're paying, and those people who are sneaking in are not being searched." [youredm]
by Andrew Sacher
photo: Kiesza @ Governors Ball (more by Gretchen Robinette)
This Labor Day weekend, San Bernardino, CA will host the 20th annual Nocturnal Wonderland festival at the San Manuel Amphitheater & grounds. The mostly-EDM festival has some cool stuff like Duke Dumont, Flosstradamus, Tensnake, Kiesza, DJ Jazzy Jeff, Booka Shade, L-Vis 1990, Eats Everything and Paper Diamond, alongside bigger names like Armin Van Buuren, Bassnectar, Afrojack, David Guetta, Pretty Lights and more. Full lineup below. Tickets are still available.
Like at Outside Lands and Lollapalooza last month, BrooklynVegan will be repping inside the festival grounds, in the Toyota Tent. Stop by to check out intimate, bonus sets by artists playing the festival, including Tensnake (8pm Sunday) and L-Vis 1990 (7pm Sunday). Say hi to our host and house DJ Jamie Granato aka Rezound, design your own hula hoop, check out live art installations and more.
A few days after the festival, Kiesza will make her way to NYC where she'll play Best Buy Theater on September 8... with Nick Jonas. Maybe it seems weird to see a pop singer who's on the "indie" side play with a former boy-bander, but maybe Nick Jonas is heading in that direction too. He just hit the studio with Purity Ring's Corin Roddick. (And come on, you know you're a sucker for the Tinashe-featuring "Jealous" remix.) Will he be the next Timberlake? Or at least the next Miley? The NYC show also includes American Authors, Shawn Mendes and Timeflies.
Nocturnal Wonderland lineup below...
Detroit's annual electronic music festival Movement returns this year from May 23-25 (Memorial Day Weekend). The phase one lineup was announced and it includes Snoop Dogg under the name DJ Snoopadelic, Richie Hawtin, Disclosure, Dog Blood (aka Boys Noize and Skrillex), Carl Craig, Matthew Dear, Danny Brown, Ben UFO, Clark, Fort Romeau, Nina Kraviz, People Under the Stairs, Rone, Shigeto and more. Tickets are on sale now.
Full phase one lineup below...
Coachella 2015 happens April 10-12 and April 17-19 this year in Indio, CA. The lineup was just announced and includes AC/DC, Jack White, Drake, Ride, Drive Like Jehu (!), St. Vincent, Tame Impala, Interpol, Steely Dan, Belle & Sebastian, Brand New, Alabama Shakes, Alt-J, Azealia Banks, Flying Lotus, Bad Religion, SBTRKT, FKA twigs, Father John Misty, The War on Drugs, Ryan Adams, Lykke Li, Caribou, Raekwon & Ghostface Killah, Swans, Todd Terje, Action Bronson, Sylvan Esso, Vic Mensa, Cloud Nothings, Ab-Soul, Run the Jewels, Toro y Moi, Parquet Courts, Antemasque, Perfume Genius, Jenny Lewis, Desaparecidos, Mac Demarco, Built to Spill, Panda Bear, OFF!, Touche Amore, Joyce Manor, Sturgill Simpson, The Cribs, Angel Olsen, Philip Selway, Sloan and many more. Tickets will be sale soon.
Larger poster HERE. Full lineup below...
Gaslamp Killer at SS Coachella 2012 (more by Greg Cristman)
The 2014 Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival recently announced its lineup and now the day-by-day, venue-by-venue schedule has been broken down. Shows happen on November 7 & 8 at Music Hall of Williamsburg, Glasslands, Cameo, Verboten, Baby's All Right, Villain and there's a pre-fest show on November 6 at Kinfolk (90 Wythe Ave).
As mentioned, the lineup includes Prefuse 73, The Gaslamp Killer, Machinedrum, Lee Bannon, Shift K3Y, Martyn, Chris Malinchak, Todd Edwards, Booka Shade, Aeroplane, Fort Romeau, Little Boots and more. Tickets for individual shows are on sale now, and you can still get two-day passes.
Full schedule below...
As mentioned, Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival returns to various Brooklyn venues from November 7-8, and since we last spoke the lineup was announced. This year's fest includes Prefuse 73, The Gaslamp Killer, Machinedrum, Lee Bannon, Shift K3Y, Martyn, Chris Malinchak, Todd Edwards, Booka Shade, Aeroplane, Fort Romeau, Little Boots and plenty more. Check out the full lineup below. Two-day passes are on sale now. Individual day passes are coming soon, and the day-by-day schedule including which venues each artist is playing will be announced soon as well.
Full lineup, and a mix Machinedrum made for BEMF 2014, below...
England's Glastonbury Festival is pretty much the forefather to all crazy worldwide "20,000 people standing in a field" festivals we have today. The 2014 edition goes down June 27 - 29 in Pilton, UK and the lineup was just announced. It includes Arcade Fire, Jack White, Dolly Parton (!), Elbow, Disclosure, Bryan Ferry, Massive Attack, Pixies, M.I.A., Dexys Midnight Runners, Kasabian, Lily Allen and loads more. The festival's already sold-out. A few more acts -- including one more headliner -- is still to be announced but lineup as it stands is below...
Holy Ghost! at Terminal 5 in 2010 (more by Vincent Cornelli)
You can browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight's shows, but here are some highlights...
Real Estate, Pure X @ MHOW
Real Estate's new album, Atlas, is a great spring listen which makes their two sold-out NYC shows this weekend with tourmates Pure X all the more enticing.
Perfect Pussy, Sarongs, Friendless Bummer @ Death by Audio
Perfect Pussy's solid debut album is out now, but it's really all about the live show where this intense noise punk band really shines. This is their first of two sold out NYC shows this weekend, and considering the location (smaller, DIY, all ages), tonight's will likely be the rowdier one.
Holy Ghost!, That Work (DJ) @ Webster Hall
As a warm up to Coachella, DFA mainstays Holy Ghost! are playing two NYC shows. Tonight's at Webster Hall and tomorrow (4/5) it's a a sold-out show at Baby's All Right.
DIIV, Nothing, Lofts @ Glasslands
It's a great double bill at Glasslands tonight with the heavy shoegaze of Nothing that's even heavier live than on record, and DIIV whose music should probably never incite a mosh pit but often does anyway.
Kelela, Venus X DJ set, Shayne HBA DJ set @ Rough Trade
While the "alt-R&B" tag is getting very popular, and it's questionable how much of that stuff really deserves the "alt" prefix, Kelela definitely does. She works with various underground producers (mostly of the Night Slugs/Fade to Mind crew) and really pushes the boundaries of the genre. Tonight's her second of two sold out shows at Rough Trade.
Bronze Radio Return, Gem Club, The Suzan, Alexandra Stewart @ Brooklyn Night Bazaar
Brooklyn Night Bazaar offers weekends of local artisan shopping, gourmet eats, beer and wine, ping pong, black light minigolf and music all under one Greenpoint roof. Of particular note tonight: Boston's Eno-esque Gem Club, and the always fun Japanese band The Suzan.
Cajmere, Lee Curtiss, Moon Boots, Maxxi Soundsystem, Russ Yallop @ Verboten
New Williamsburg dance club Verboten continues to have great bills, including tonight's which is filled with excellent house music new (Moon Boots) and old (Cajmere).
Yellow Ostrich, Pattern is Movement @ Bowery Ballroom
Poppy indie band Yellow Ostrich played a small private NYC show earlier this year, but tonight's their first public show since the release of Cosmos. Pattern Is Movement this a solid double bill too.
Dub Thompson, Warehouse @ Baby's All Right
California's Dub Thompson will release their debut album in June via Dead Oceans. We've only heard one song of theirs -- the funky first single, "Dog Races," which is a little reminiscent of mid-'90s Beck or Soul Coughing. We're intrigued.
Despise You, Magrudergrind, Backslider, Grudges @ Silent Barn
Powerviolence legends Despise You play two NYC shows this weekend. Tomorrow's at Saint Vitus is with Full of Hell which is a great double bill, but tonight's is a smaller show, and sure to be a crazy one.
Jon Langford & Skull Orchard, Meghann Wright, Tatters & Rags @ The Bell House
The Mekons frontman just released his latest solo album, Here Be Monsters, this week. Langford shows -- with or without the Mekons -- are usually a boozy, wooly good time.
Inga Copeland, Deepchord, Huerco S, Wilhelm Bras @ Cameo Gallery (Unsound Festival)
Unsound Festival continues tonight and it's a good lineup all around with Dean Blunt collaborator Inga Copeland, ambient dub duo Deepchord, NYC minimalist Huerco S, and Pawel Kulczynski's Wilhelm Bras project.
Stara Reza, Phill Niblock, Demdike Stare, Michael England and Sinfonietta Cracovia players @ First Unitarian Church (Unsound)
There's also this Unsound show tonight, which among other things, includes a presentation of experimental duo Demdike Stare's new A/V chamber work, Concealed.
Porches, Frankie Cosmos @ Rodrigue's Coffee House at Fordham University
Tonight's Fordham show is buzzy twee popster Frankie Cosmos' last in NYC before she heads out on tour this month (of course there's plenty scheduled for when she gets home). It's with Porches, whose frontman Aaron Maine is in Frankie's live band (and Frankie, or Greta Kline, is also in Porches).
Psychedelic Furs @ Wellmont Theatre
It's still okay to dance like Molly Ringwald, especially when seeing Richard and Tim Butler's veteran alt-rock group turn on the hits. "Love My Way," "Into You Like a Train," and "President Gas" still sound great.
Eats Everything, My Favorite Robot, Lauren Lane, Dave DK @ Output
UK producer Eats Everything is a member of Dirtybird (whose roster also includes Claude Vonstroke, Justin Martin and more), and like many artists on that label, EE provides excellent house music which will fill Output tonight.
Lady Gaga @ Roseland Ballroom
The long-lived NYC venue Roseland Ballroom will be closing its doors in early April, but before then it will go out with seven Lady Gaga shows, this being the fifth.
For all of tonight's shows, and tomorrow's, check out our NYC concert calendar.
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Though there may be another release of tickets, the 2nd annual electronic music cruise Holy Ship!! sold out before any acts were announced. Or to be more specific:
Everyone who purchased a pre-book for HOLY SHIP!! will receive a token May 22 with a booking time to reserve a cabin. Only one pre-book is valid per cabin. Cabins can be booked by token holders anytime after the token goes live up until June 20. Token holders who do not book by June 20 are no longer guaranteed a cabin. If any cabins remain after this initial booking period, those who are on the wait list will be contacted.If the rest of the cabins aren't taken by those on the waiting list, then they'll be released to the general public.
Here's who ticket holders will get to see at the event taking place Friday, January 4 through Monday, January 7, 2013. Complete lineup listed below...