Entries tagged with: Legendary Shack Shakers
The Wedding Present @ Bowery in 2008 (more by Tim Griffin)
tonight in NYC
* Lupe Fiasco @ Irving Plaza
* The Antlers @ Vino Wine Bar
* The Fuzzy Lemons @ Knitting Factory
* Brujeria, Sr. Fuss, Pro-Fe-Cia @ Webster Hall
* Fred Armisen & Andrew Jeffrey Wright @ Family Bookstore
* The Wedding Present plays Bizarro @ Bowery Ballroom
* Young, Dicker, Snyder, Nancy Garcia, Neice @ Zebulon
* Legendary Shack Shakers, Danny Barnes @ Mercury Lounge
* Dream Diary, Lil Daggers, Sundelles, Shark? @ Glasslands
* Issue Project Room "opening" w/ Ne(x)tworks @ 110 Livingston St
* Signal play Philip Glass's "Glassworks" and more @ (Le) Poisson Rouge
* Viennagram, Big Gunz!, Baby Brainwaves, Slam Down Birthday Cake @ Party Expo
* Michael Forbes/Andrew Scott Young/Weasel Walter,Mick Barr,Zevious @DeathByAudio
* Kayo Dot, Bauder/Cymerman/Evans/Wooley Amplified Quartet, Kevin Hufnagel @ Union Pool
* Chris Barron, Jerry Joseph, Jonah Smith, Paula Valstein, Craig Greenberg @ Brooklyn Bowl
* Twin Sister, Alex Bleeker & The Freaks, Weed Hounds, Second Floor Stories & Baybee Teeth @ Silent Barn
Issue Project Room's new 110 Livingston St space has a special preview open house with music from 11:30am-5:30pm. The program is one, long song, Morton Feldman's String Quartet No. 2 performed by Ne(x)tworks.
Th' Legendary Shack*Shakers are at Mercury Lounge tonight. They play with Monotonix and Old Time Relijun on Wednesday, April 14th at Brooklyn Bowl.
Twin Sister opened for Xiu Xiu Friday night at Bowery Ballroom. Tonight catch them with Alex Beeker of Real Estate and others at Silent Barn.
We're hosting a free screening of the new Banksy documentary at Knitting Factory today. Flyer below...
Xiu Xiu's new video for "This Too Shall Pass Away (For Freddy)" below...
by Andrew Frisicano
healing as we speak!
All scheduled shows go on as planned!Even with singer Ami Shalev's injury during a Florida show less than a week old, Monotonix are preparing their next trip on the road. The band is still on to play Australia at the beginning of March, and they'll be going across North America in April.All in all they missed maybe 1.5 shows total from the whole thing?
We are hoping Ami will recuperate fast, and are planning to play all scheduled shows.
Sorry Athens, we'll do it some other time. [say Monotonix]
They're known for pairing on a bill with just about anyone (like when they tour with Silver Jews in fall '08), and Monotonix will join experimental K Recs folk collective Old Time Relijun and punkabilly rock bandTh' Legendary Shack*Shakers for a Wednesday, April 14th show at Brooklyn Bowl. Tickets go on sale Friday, February 5th at noon.
The Shackshakers' new record Agridustrial will be out April 13th (one day before the show) on YepRoc. A widget to get a track off that album, a video from the show where Ami hurt himself and all tour dates below...
Primus's Les Claypool is calling "The Oddity Faire" a "A Mutated Mini Fest". You can also call it a tour with an interchanging set of openers that varies by date. In NYC the show is at Terminal 5 and the openers are Saul Williams, O'Death, and Secret Chief 3. The date is March 28th. Tickets are now on Am Ex presale, and go on regular sale on Friday.
Other openers for the tour are Mutaytor, Yard Dogs, and Devotchka. It's unfortunate that Devotchka is not also on the NYC date, but that makes sense since they can headline Terminal 5 by themselves and have their own show coming up at Webster Hall.
O'Death have also lined up a ton of other tour dates that don't include Les. They'll kick things off in Baltimore on January 29th and end up back in this NYC-area for a February 14th show at Maxwell's with Legendary Shack Shakers. Tickets are on sale. From there they go to Europe before meeting up with the Primus front-man back in the USA in March.
All dates below...