Entries tagged with: Little Barrie
The Dandy Warhols @ T5, June 2013 (more by Dana [distortion] Yavin)
The Dandy Warhols will be touring this fall, including two shows at NYC's Music Hall of Williamsburg on September 19 & 20. Tickets go on sale to the general public on Friday (6/27) at noon, with an AmEx presale starting Wednesday (6/25) at noon. But no need to wait that long, presale tickets are on sale right now through The Dandy Warhols website (you do need to register for access). All tour dates are listed below.
The final date on their tour is the headlining the Desert Stars Festival which goes down October 3 & 4 at Pappy & Harriet's in Pioneertwon, CA. Also playing are Little Barrie, '90s-era UK shoegazers The Telescopes, Mark Gardner of Ride, David J, Ringo Deathstarr and more. Tickets are on sale now and full lineup is below...
by Bill Pearis
UK psych-soul trio Little Barrie return with new album Shadow in May 27. Like 2012's King of the Waves, the album was co-produced by Edwyn Collins and you can stream the first single, "Sworn In," over at EW. If you dig Primal Scream (with whom frontman Barrie Cadogan is a touring member) it's worth checking out.
Before the album's release, Little Barrie will be over for a short U.S. tour that includes two stops in NYC: May 2 at Knitting Factory and May 8 at Santos Party House. Tickets to both NYC shows are on sale now.
All dates are listed below....
words by Bill Pearis, photos by Ryan Barkan
Little Barrie @ Gramercy Hotel
Those of you whose memories go back to the mid-'00s and were paying attention to the UK may remember London trio Little Barrie whose 2005 debut was an enjoyable mix of jazzy funk and garage soul, with just the right touch of retro sonic flare courtesy producer Edwyn Collins. Their single "Free Salute" got some exposure over here, they played SXSW and CMJ, made a disappointing second album in 2007 with Dan the Automator. Frontman and guitarist Barrie Cadogan became an in-demand hired hand for the likes of Paul Weller, Spiratualized and Primal Scream and Little Barrie mostly ceased operations.
But Cadogan has dusted off the band with a new album, King of the Waves, that reunites him with producer Edwyn Collins who seems to have lit a fire under Little Barrie. King of the Waves is more adrenalized with a little less patchouli funk this time around. You can watch videos for singles "Surf Hell" and "How Come" at the bottom of this post and stream the whole album via Spotify.
Wrapping up a US tour which brought them to Chicago last week with Charles Bradley and to Gramercy Hotel's Rose Bar back on 2/6 (pictures in this post), Little Barrie next play Bowery Electric Tuesday night (2/28).
Click through for more pictures from Gramercy Hotel, videos from King of the Waves, plus the video for "Free Salute"...