Entries tagged with: Linfinity

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As we mentioned earlier today, Tickets to see The Rolling Stones at Prudential Center go on sale at noon today. The band played an intimate warm up show in Paris last night.

Tickets to see Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert at Wellmont Theatre go on sale at noon today, as Klaus also just mentioned.

Tickets to see A$AP Mob and A-Trak at Best Buy Theatre go on sale at noon today.

Tickets to see Local Natives at Bowery Ballroom and Music Hall of Williamsburg go on sale today at noon.

Tickets to see Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs at Webster Hall go on sale today at noon.

Tickets to see TNGHT at Music Hall of Williamsburg go on sale today at noon.

Tickets to see The Wedding Present do George Best at Bowery Ballroom go on sale at noon today.

Tickets to see Jane's Addiction at Terminal 5 and their NYE show at House of Blues in Atlantic City go on sale today at noon.

Tickets to see Father John Misty at Webster Hall go on sale today at noon.

Tickets to see Mission of Burma at Bowery Ballroom go on sale today at noon.

Tickets to see David Bazan Band Plays Pedro The Lion's Control at Mercury Lounge go on sale at noon today.

Kishi Bashi plays Bowery Ballroom on February 8 and tickets to that show go on sale at noon today.

Tickets to see Sky Ferriera at Mercury Lounge go on sale today at noon, as do tickets for her Glasslands show.

Tickets to see Andrew Bird's just-added second "Gezelligheid" show at Riverside Church are on sale via Ticketmaster at noon.

Tickets to see Toro Y Moi at Webster Hall are available via Ticketmaster today at noon.

Ellie Goulding plays Terminal 5 on January 21 and tickets to that show go on sale at noon today.

VHS or Beta are going on a free tour which hits NYC on November 30 at Mercury Lounge with Linfinity and Ballroom Jacks. RSVP is open.

DOWNLOAD: The Stepkids - "Legend In My Own Mind" (MP3)

The Stepkids
Stepkids

Linfinity, Waking Lights, and Sister Anne will take on Pianos TONIGHT (1/13), as part of a residency for Linfinity at the venue in January. One week later (1/20) Linfinity returns with The Stepkids & Robbers on High Street while the final week will include Contramono, Monuments and Actualities. Listed set times for each show are below. There are no advance tickets, and the 1/20 show is the only upcoming Stepkids appearance

The Stepkids, who recently wowed the crowd supporting Aloe Blacc at Le Poisson Rouge, are also Aloe's label-mate. Congrats to the Bridgeport, CT band for signing to Stones Throw Records.

Of course, an awful lot of work went into bringing the Bridgeport-based band to this point. Guitarist/singer Jeff Gitelman and bassist/singer Dan Edinberg's collaboration dates back to jazz gigs they played in high school. In adulthood, Gitelman's session work culminated with a stint as Alicia Keys' guitarist, while Edinberg toured with reggae-rock band ZOX. Joining forces again in 2008 with drummer/singer Tim Walsh -- a songwriter and recording engineer in his own right -- they worked together on, and ultimately created, an entire album.

To find their own distinct sound, they realized they had to embrace the sounds they'd tried to run from. "I couldn't dedicate my time to writing another R&B song," Gitelman explains in a recent phone conversation. "We never wanted to make a photocopy of an old Motown record. ... We wanted a collage -- make a photocopy and then scribble all over it."-[Fairfield County Weekly]

The Stepkids use classic 70s soul, funk, and psychedelia as a jump-off, but their unique cocktail will be on full display when Stones Throw releases their new LP in April. Check out "Legend In My Own Mind" which is downloadable above and streaming, along with some videos and all Linfinity dates, below...

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photos by Brian Reilly

Murder By Death

Murder by Death, Ha Ha Tonka and Linfinity are on a tour that stops at Bowery Ballroom in NYC tonight (5/4), and which stopped by Music Hall of Williamsburg in Brooklyn two days earlier. Pictures and the headliner's setlist from that show, below...

Continue reading "Murder by Death & Ha Ha Tonka @ MHOW - pics & setlist"

by Andrew Frisicano

DOWNLOAD: Murder By Death - Foxglove (MP3)

Murder By Death @ Brooklyn Bowl in October (more by Tim Griffin)
Murder By Death

Murder By Death's fifth album, Good Morning, Magpie, will be out April 6th on Vagrant Records. The band is touring in support of it this April and May with openers Ha Ha Tonka and Linfinity. They'll play Music Hall of Williamsburg on May 2nd and Bowery Ballroom on May 4th. Fanclub presale for the tour is happening now. Tickets for the NYC show go on general sale Friday at noon.

Before then the Indiana quartet will plays some select shows that include SXSW (where they'll be at the Vagrant showcase).

The song "Foxglove," above, is off the new record. It isn't one of the group's more immediate songs; singer Adam Turla is thankfully still growling and bellowing the vocals, but without the hotheaded emotion of the band's best tracks. I'm trusting the rest of the album will correct that. Album art, tracklist and all tour dates are below...

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Kevin Devine
Kevin Devine

Kevin Devine and the Goddamn Band play for-donation tonight (1/27) at Brooklyn Bowl. Those who give more than $5 will get the band's new split 7-inch with Manchester Orchestra, "I Could Be The Only One," which is streaming below. Also on the bill are the rarely see Scott Matthew, and Linfinity. Any money collected goes to Yele Haiti (which in turn buys Wyclef a new boat... I'm kidding!) (that's not even what the controversy is about).

Speaking of the desire to hear more of the beautiful voice of Scott Matthew, you can also catch him at Rockwood Music Hall four times in February. Those dates are listed below.

Linfinity, the six piece NYC band whose debut album Martian's Bloom will be released by American Myth Recordings on April 27th, also has other upcoming shows including a "Dylan solo set" at Union Hall on February 3rd (flyer below), and SXSW.

Kevin Devine & Co. have plenty of tour dates coming up, including a European tour in February and March, and sets at Coachella and Bamboozle Fest. Girl Talk and Weezer were already part of the lineup for that (happening May 1-2 at Meadowlands), and more were recently announced including MGMT, Matt & Kim, Minus the Bear, Drake, Wale and Ke$ha. That lineup, all tour dates, and Kevin's new single are below...

Continue reading "Kevin Devine playing free show tonight w/ Scott Matthew, updated Bamboozle lineup & other dates "

words & photos by Kyle Dean Reinford

School of Seven Bells
School of Seven Bells

School of Seven Bells played to a packed Mercury Lounge in NYC last night (Dec 15, 2008). Their set consisted of nine of the eleven tracks off their new album Alpinisms, an album we're all big fans of around here. Overall a great show with great lighting.

"Dreamy, narcotic bangers like "Half Asleep" were shrouded in dense layers of manipulated guitars and pre-programmed drums, while relentless strobe lights forced many to enjoy the show with eyes half open, or entirely shut." [chocolate bobka]
The vocals sounded a bit muffled at times, but it wasn't that bad. The incense was a bit distracting, but it didn't seem to affect anyone as bad as the singer who started coughing and had to put some of it out.

The War on Drugs, one of two openers at the show, were pretty good - - a little more jam band-y live than I thought they would be. More pictures below...

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