Entries tagged with: Lee Bains III and The Glory Fires
You can browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight's shows, but here are some highlights...
The Moonlandingz (members of Fat White Family, Sean Lennon (DJ Set) @ Berlin
Over to record their debut album with producer Sean Lennon, The Moonlandingz -- aka Lias and Saul of Fat White Family powered by the dirty diodes of Eccentronic Research Council -- are making time for their first NYC show tonight. Originally invite-only, they're selling a few tickets at the door tonight (which opens at 8 PM). This should be fun.
Autechre, cygnus, Rob Hall (DJ Set) @ Brooklyn Masonic Temple
Long-running UK electronic duo Autechre haven't released new music in a couple years, but that Sean Booth and Rob Brown are touring certainly gives us hope.
Psychic TV, Haribo, Shilpa Ray, Wetware @ Pioneer Works
Having dabbled in a variety of genres over the last 30-some years, Genesis Breyer P-Orridge's PTV are highly influential and resolutely strange. Red Hook's cavernous Pioneer Works should be a very cool place to see them, too. If you're going don't miss Shilpa Ray.
Terry Riley Festival @ National Sawdust
In celebration of iconic modern composer Terry Riley's 80th birthday, National Sawdust (only its third day open) is throwing this three day festival where he'll collaborate with a variety of other musicians. Tonight features Matmos, John Zorn, and Roomful of Teeth, and Riley's son, the virtuoso guitarist Gyan Riley.
Chance the Rapper, Willow Smith, Towkio, DJ Envy @ FADER + vitaminwater
Chance the Rapper continues to do weird things (like follow his breakthrough mixtape by making an album with a band that often isn't rap), and people continue to love him for it. He has two huge sold-out Terminal 5 shows coming up, but first plays this free-with-RSVP show tonight.
Makthaverskan, Lower, Flagland, Arm Candy @ Baby's All Right
Sweden's Makthaverskan make post-punk that sets itself apart thanks to their powerful cathartic singer Maja Milner. Denmark's Lower work in a similar realm, but they're more melodramatic. Cool bill.
Lee Bains III & The Glory Fires, Pujol, No Ice @ Baby's All Right
Sub Pop band >Lee Bains III & The Glory Fires headline this show, and if you're going, don't miss garage rockers Pujol either.
Art Garfunkel @ Carnegie Hall
Art Garfunkel was in the news this week for joining "Black Simon & Garfunkel" on 'Fallon' for a rendition of The Weeknd's "Can't Feel My Face." Will he cover The Weeknd again at Carnegie Hall tonight? Probably not, but you might hear like, "The Sound of Silence" or something.
NY Deathfest -- Dead Infection, Gutalax, Ringworm, Immortal Suffering, Short Bus Pileup, Without Remorse, Psychosomatic, Abhorrent Deformity, Crack House, Outer Heaven, mutank, Disgorgement, Tyranize @ Saint Vitus
The third annual two-day NY Deathfest begins tonight, with Saint Vitus hosting goregrinders Dead Infection, influential metallic hardcore rippers Ringworm, and so much more.
Ikonika, Rizzla, DJ Earl b2b Traxman, Tripletrain @ Palisades
UK producer Sara Abdel-Hamid, better known as Ikonika, has had releases on the venerable Hyperdub label since 2008. She returns to NYC tonight, and this whole bill is good.
Vocal Fry w/ Mitski, Margaret Ross, Leslie Jamison, Jenny Zhang @ Shea Stadium
This is a reading series, so we're not sure if Mitski will be playing any music, but it's probably going to be cool either way. Sold out, though.
Laurie Anderson @ Park Avenue Armory
Laurie Anderson's "Habeas Corpus" installation uses "film, sculpture, music, and video to examine the story of Mohammed el Gharani, one of the youngest detainees at Guantanamo Bay." Open to the public during the day, it concludes at night with a celebratory concert and dance party with Syrian singer Omar Souleyman, Merrill Garbus of tUnE-yArDs, multi-instrumentalist Shahzad Ismaily, guitarist Stewart Hurwood, and Anderson herself.
The Giraffes, Netherlands, Mishka Shubaly @ The Wick
Brooklyn hard rock outfit The Giraffes have been at it since the late '90s, and after a couple years off in the early part of this decade, are fully back in action. Anchored by wildman singer Aaron Lazar and guitarist Damien Paris, the band just released new album, Usury, and celebrate tonight.
Buster Poindexter @ Cafe Carlyle
David Johansen puts back on the tux and Buster Poindexter persona for a night of saucy cabaret.
Positive No @ HiFi Bar
Positive No is the current band of singer Tracy Wilson, who fronted '90s post-hardcore band Dahlia Seed, and they just released their J. Robbins-produced debut album. Tonight their tour hits NYC. Free.
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Gainesville's annual punk festival The Fest returns in 2015 for its 14th year (hence Fest 14) from October 30 to November 1, and like in previous years, a handful of the bands play Pre-Fest in Little Ybor from October 28-29. This year's initial lineup was just announced and it includes Desaparecidos, The Menzingers, mewithoutYou, Tim Barry, The Jazz June, Drug Church, Pup, The City on Film, Kepi Ghoulie, Beach Slang, Frameworks, Foxing, Iron Reagan, Crocodiles, Cult Leader, Young Widows, Xerxes, Jeff Rosenstock, Restorations, Modern Baseball, The Hotelier, Chumped, The Sidekicks, Mikey Erg, Night Birds, Tiltwheel, Lagwagon, Off With Their Heads, Teenage Bottlerocket and many more.
Tickets are set to go on sale via The Fest's website June 1.
Now in its fifth year, the Savannah Stopover has established itself as a smaller, genteel alternative to SXSW, happening March 5 - 7 in Savannah, GA right before Austin's megafest, featuring bands on their way there. This year's full lineup was just announced and includes Generationals, San Fermin, Matthew E White, Diarrhea Planet, Southern Culture On The Skids, Hiss Golden Messenger, Ryley Walker, Gap Dream and 100+ more. Shows happen at various venues in Savannah's Downtown Historic District, and festival passes are $65.
Full 2015 Savannah Stopover line-up is listed below...
We're just over a month away from 2015 and those UK year-end lists keep pouring in. Now British music mag Uncut has posted their 75 Best Albums of 2014. Looks like their winner is becoming a popular choice for #1, and the rest of their top 10 is split between real-deal veterans (Leonard Cohen [falling just a tad from his 2012 #1 spot], Robert Plant) and rising newcomers (FKA twigs). Elsewhere the list has a lot of the indie-related albums that keep popping up, a good deal of folk/country, more veteran appearances, and a certain opinionated UK duo who have appeared on every UK list we've seen so far and make their US debut this week.
Check out the full list below...
The Cribs at MHOW in 2012 (more by Guy Eppel)
A ton of artists were already announced for SXSW 2015 (March 17-22), and now the second artist announcement has come with several more including Twin Shadow, The Cribs, Swervedriver, Gang of Four, KEN mode, Weyes Blood, Wild Throne, Elvis Depressedly, SURVIVE, Juan Wauters, San Fermin, Lydia Ainsworth, The Blind Shake, Ex-Cult, Ikonika, King Tuff, Pujol, The Velvet Teen, The Zombies, Zookeeper, Yumi Zouma and tons more.
Full round 2 list below...
Like in past years, Georgia's Savannah Stopover will go down shortly before SXSW, and will likely have a good amount of overlap. The 2015 edition is their 5th anniversary and happens March 5-7. The initial lineup was announced today and includes Generationals, Diarrhea Planet, Matthew E. White, San Fermin, Heavenly Beat, All Them Witches, Fat Tony, Gap Dream, Beach Day, Axxa/Abraxas, What Moon Things, Ryley Walker and more. Early bird 3-day passes are on sale now.
Full phase one lineup and a playlist with those artists below...
Tweens at BV-SXSW 2014 (more by Tim Griffin)
Garage pop/punks Tweens are touring this year, including a trip to NYC for CMJ, where they've got a few shows currently announced. First they play the Never Better free day party on October 22 at Arlene's Grocery which has a cool lineup all around of PAWS, Lee Bains III & the Glory Fires and PINS. That night, they open the previously discussed Jeff Rosenstock show at Death by Audio, which now also includes Australia's The Bennies and Dan Potthast. That's $8 at the door. All of Tweens' dates are listed below.
The Never Better show is one of two free day parties Never Better is putting on at Arlene's, the second happening October 24 which also has a good lineup of White Fence, Wampire, Cymbals and Concord America. Both are free, no badge required, with RSVP to email@example.com.
Set times for both Never Better shows, with the list of Tweens dates, below...
Obits have a new video for "Machines" from last year's Beds & Bugs which makes its premiere in this post. The song is one of the ones guitarist Sohrab Habibion wrote and sang, and he offers a few thoughts on it and the video:
"Machines" is the only tune I sing on our last album, Bed & Bugs(https://www.subpop.com/releases/obits/bed_and_bugs). And it's one of three songs on the LP that wasn't recorded live in the studio as a band. I originally tracked it in my apartment with a nylon-string guitar and a drum machine, as a simple demo to share with the other guys. But then I fiddled with it a bit, adding an organ and some overdubbed guitar lines. Alexis, Greg and I worked on it at a couple of practices, giving it more swing, while keeping it relatively spartan, hoping for a Can-like vibe (Greg and I were particularly obsessed with "Millionenspiel" from their recent Lost Tapes release). But, when it came time to focus on the album, we decided we liked the murky drone of the demo, so we transferred it to the 8-track and Greg and Alexis played together over the last half of it for more of a live feel and better overall dynamic range.You can check out the video for "Machines" below.
Alexis shot the video in my apartment on a sunny afternoon, letting
the light bleed in and wash out the image in parts. Then he sent his
cut to our friend Nick in Toronto (from the awesome band Biblical), who incorporated the stock footage to break it up a bit, so it wasn't just four and half minutes of an unshaven middle-aged guy doing karaoke to his own band. I don't know how often people watch these things these days, but I think this captures the mood of the song pretty well, despite not having the budget to make the video we wish we could have.
Obits have a couple NYC shows coming up as well. They'll play the Sub Pop / Hardly Art CMJ showcase at Knitting Factory on October 23 with Protomartyr, Lee Bains III & The Glory Fires, Luluc, Gem Club and S. Tickets are on sale now. They'll also play Brooklyn Night Bazaar on November 22 with Survival Knife, Hungry Ghost and Pink Avalanche. That show is free and you can RSVP to skip the line.
Those two shows are Obits' only ones on their current schedule. Apart from that, Sohrab adds "we're writing music for our next album, which is provisionally entitled Mark Kozelek: Content Provider." New video and flyer for the Sub Pop / Hardly Art showcase, below...
The annual CMJ Music Marathon happens from October 21 - 25 at venues all over NYC. We've heard about a few bands who are heading here during that time (Slowdive, The Wytches, The Ocean Blue, Tom Vek and Courtney Barnett to name four) but CMJ threw an announcement party tonight (8/27) at Bowery Electric and the line-up is now out. In addition to those artists, The Kills, Bombay Bicycle Club, Protomartyr, Twin Peaks, White Fence, Shonen Knife OBN IIIs, Ultimate Painting, Yumi Zouma, and many more are amongst the 2014 CMJ performers. Badges are on sale now and the complete initial line-up is listed below...
Drive-By Truckers @ The Paramount 6/28/2014 (more by Greg Cristman)
Having just played two NY-area shows with The Hold Steady, the Drive-By Truckers tour rolls on on for a few more days, wrapping up next week in Cincinnati. They'll then refuel and hit the road again this fall, doing runs with Lee Bains III, Lucero and Houndmouth. They've also got a NYC stop planned for October 17 at Beacon Theatre with St Paul & the Broken Bones. Tickets for the Beacon show go on sale Friday (7/11) at noon with AmEx, Chase and local presales beginning Thursday (7/10) at 10 AM.
All dates are listed below...
Stagnant Pools have been added to the Clap Your Hands Say Yeah tour which will be stopping at Music Hall Of Williamsburg on June 28. Tickets for that show are still available. Stagnant Pools are also playing a free show at Baby's All Right on June 24.
The Shivers are playing The Striphanger on June 6 with Scott Rudd and Strange Babies. No advance tickets.
Lee Bains III & The Glory Fires are playing Mercury Lounge on July 18. Tickets for that show go on sale today at noon.
ASTR are playing the Marlin Room at Webster Hall on June 8 with Born Cages and special guests. Tickets for that show are on sale now.
Browse our 'Tickets On Sale' tag for more recently announced NYC shows.
Lee Bains III & The Glory Fires (photo by David A. Smith)
Alabama roots rockers Lee Bains III & The Glory Fires, who you may have caught on tour with Alabama Shakes, have announced that they've signed to Sub Pop. No word on their first release for the label yet, but you can stream a couple earlier tracks from the band below. They're also touring with Turf War soon and coming to NYC on February 1 at Shea Stadium. All dates are listed below.
As you've probably heard, Sub Pop is also releasing the new Dum Dum Girls album, Too True, on January 27. Since we last spoke, the DDGs have released another song from it, "Rimbaud Eyes," which you can stream below. Their previously announced tour hits NYC on 1/30 at Mercury Lounge (sold out) and 3/25 at Bowery Ballroom and 3/26 at MHOW with Blouse (tickets).
Lyla Foy (fka WALL) at Glasslands in 2013 (more by Ryan Muir)
In other Sub Pop news, London art pop singer Lyla Foy, who used to record as WALL, is now using her own name and has signed to Sub Pop, who will release her debut album, Mirrors the Sky, on March 18. She just released the album's single, "Feather Tongue," which you can stream along with her late 2013 single, "Easy," below.
Another recent Sub Pop signee is UK pop duo THUMPERS, who recently toured the UK with (and covered) CHVRCHES. They'll release their debut album, Galore, on February 11. It features the super catchy single, "Unkinder (A Tougher Love)," which you can stream, along with the LP artwork and tracklist below.
And lastly, a video of Sub Pop class of '89 stars Nirvana (who are getting inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and who are the subject of a new book by Sub Pop founder Bruce Pavitt) playing one of their last-ever shows just surfaced. It was filmed in LA in 1993 by Dave Markey, who directed 1991: The Year Punk Broke. Check it out below.
All streams and more below...
SXSW is no doubt a great way to see a lot of bands in a short amount of time and can be a lot of fun. But it can also be a little much for some. If you'd like to see many of the same bands but in a more genteel setting, you might be interested in The Savannah Stopover which happens the weekend before SXSW (March 7 - 9) in at various clubs in Savannah, Georgia. Over 100 bands will play, including Of Montreal, Merchandise, Mac DeMarco, Chelsea Light Moving, Hunters, Braids, Delicate Steve, Turbo Fruits, Ducktails and loads more.
Frightened Rabbit @ T5, Nov. 2010 (more by Lionel Bergeron)
SXSW has just announced another round of bands for the 2013 edition of the annual music festival that will happen March 12 - 17. This brings the total current number of acts to around 1300. Someome of the highlights include Vampire Weekend, Frightened Rabbit, The Thermals, Black Lips, Camera Obscura, Merchandise, Bleached, Mr. Muthafuckin' eXquire, Eagles of Death Metal, Parenthetical Girls, Indians, Night Beds, IO Echo, KEN Mode, Prince Paul, Pure Bathing Culture, Sepalcure, UK motorik post-punks TOY, Finnish instrumentalists K-X-P, Toronto's Moon King, UK indie rockers Splashh (not Brooklyn Splash with one "h") and loads more. Head to BV Austin for the whole Round 3 list.
Lucero at Brooklyn Bowl, Dec 2012 (more by Andrew St. Clair)
Lucero's upcoming shows at Brooklyn Bowl (tickets for 12/28 & 12/29, or both) and New Year's Eve gig at Wellmont Theater with The Hold Steady (tickets) will be here before you know it. We cornered pedal steel whiz Todd Beene to ask him about his favorite things form 2012. His top 10 for the year (which includes other stuff besides music, like, um, underwear) is below along with his very entertaining commentary.
The 14th annual Voodoo Music & Arts Experience happens from October 26 - 28 at City Park in New Orleans. Among the 70+ acts at this year's fest are Jack White, Green Day, Neil Young & Crazy Horse, Skrillex, Justice, Silversun Pickups, Thomas Dolby, Die Antwoord, The Dirty Dozen Brass, and Bootsy Collins. Tickets are on sale with a variety of options as is the usual with festivals these days.
Full Voodoo Experience line-up is below.
Young hot band Alabama Shakes finish up a 3-night, sold out run at London's Boston Arms tonight, and will continue touring the world throughout 2012. After visiting Austin in March to tape an episode of Austin City Limits and play SXSW, Alabama Shakes will drive around North America and eventually find their way back to NYC where they'll headline both Bowery Ballroom and Music Hall of Williamsburg before heading back to Europe. Tickets for both NYC shows are on sale at noon. In May they play Sasquatch. In June they play Bonnaroo. All dates are listed below...