Entries tagged with: Terminal 5
Guns n Roses @ the Varvatos store in 2010 (more by Nate "Igor" Smith)
Axl Rose's current version of Guns N' Roses are heading out on a short "up close and personal" tour this February, timed to coincide with fashion week (true story). The currently-six-show run kicks off with three NYC shows and also includes a NJ show. They'll play Roseland Ballroom on February 10, Terminal 5 on February 12, and Webster Hall on February 15, except they'll be calling Webster Hall The Ritz for that show, as that was the name of the venue when they filmed Live at the Ritz there in 1988. The tour also brings them to Atlantic City's House of Blues on February 24. Tickets for the NYC shows go on sale Wednesday (2/1) at noon and tickets for the Atlantic City show goes on sale Friday (2/3). All dates are listed below.
In related news, Guns N' Roses tribute band Appetite For Destruction plays BB King's on April 27. Tickets are on sale now.
All dates and the entire "Live at the Ritz" concert from 1988 (it's on YouTube), below...
Surprised we are not, but we are excited to exclusively announce that Refused have added ANOTHER NYC show at Terminal 5 after the immediate sellout of the previously announced show on 4/23. The newly added date is 4/22 at Terminal 5. Tickets (which will be on Ticketmaster) go on sale Wednesday at noon (don't sleep).
All tour dates and a couple of videos below.
Miike Snow at Terminal 5 in 2010 (more by Brook Bobbins)
Miike Snow will release their sophomore LP, Happy to You, on March 27 via Downtown/Universal. You can stream the album track "Black Tin Box," which features fellow Swede Lykke Li HERE, and watch the video for another, "The Devil's Work," below. The artwork and tracklist are also below.
Miike Snow will tour the US and Canada in support of the new album, surrounding their appearances at SXSW, Ultra Music Festival in Miami, and Coachella. The tour hits NYC on April 24 and 25 at Terminal 5. The 4/24 show is sold out but tickets just went on sale for the 4/25 show.
All dates, video, album art and tracklist below...
Refused announced their reunion earlier this month along with the announcement that they'd be playing Coachella. Then they quickly added an appearance at Sweden's Way Out West festival with the report, "additional dates will be made official." Well one of those additional dates that has just been made official will take place in NYC on April 23 at Terminal 5! Tickets go on sale Wednesday (1/25) at noon. Other dates have been announced too
All currently known dates and the video for "New Noise" off 1998's The Shape of Punk to Come below...
"Awesome show at Terminal 5 tonight. Real Estate being followed up by Girls was amazing! #imnotahipster" - Ryan DeVoe
"girls at terminal 5 was amaaazing. excellent band, excellent backup vocals, excellent denim pencil skirt" - Eileen Tang
"Girls and Real Estate just blew up Terminal 5. Brilliant!!!" - Bianca Ahmadi
photos by Amanda Hatfield
Girls @ Terminal 5
Girls played their largest NYC show yet (an understatement) on Saturday (1/14) when they headlined the sold out Terminal 5 with Real Estate and King Krule. Girls, with their flowers and trio of female backup singers in tow (like they had at their Bowery Ballroom shows), played almost the entire Father, Son, Holy Ghost, in addition to cuts from Album and the Broken Dreams Club EP.
Real Estate only played material from the recently released Days, save for "Fake Blues," from their debut album, and a cover of jangly post-punkers Felt's "Sunlight Bathed the Golden Glow," which if you didn't know was a cover, could have easily passed as a b-side off Days.
With their new albums, Girls and Real Estate are becoming some of the fastest growing bands in indie, but opener King Krule (and Girls' True Panther labelmate) doesn't seem too far behind them. His set at the T5 show was just after he had played sold out shows at Glasslands and Mercury Lounge earlier that week. His feedback seems pretty positive but the twitterverse seems to agree that his set was suffering from bad sound at Terminal 5. Review and pics of the Mercury Lounge show HERE and Glasslands pics HERE.
More pictures and setlists from the Terminal 5 show, and a new set of west coast Girls tour dates, below...
APTBS at BV-CMJ 2011 (more by Chris La Putt)
A Place to Bury Strangers are set to release the Onwards to the Wall EP on February 7 via Dead Oceans. The single, "So Far Away," can be downloaded HERE. They just made a video for that song, which you can watch below. The video was made my APTBS member Oliver Ackerman with the Hipstamatic iPhone app, using a collage of photos that he himself had taken.
A Place to Bury Strangers are heading out on a North American tour in March and early April supporting The Joy Formidable. That tour hits NYC on March 28 at Terminal 5. Tickets for that show go on sale Friday (1/13) at noon with an AmEx presale starting today (1/11) at noon and there is an option to donate $1 to a number of charities, which you can choose from. The tour has no scheduled stop the day before the T5 show, so hopefully A Place to Bury Strangers will use that time to grace their hometown of NYC with a smaller, headlining show (but if not, they're sure to do so soon anyway).
All dates and video below...
Sleigh Bells at Webster Hall (more by David Andrako)
Sleigh Bells will begin their Reign of Terror this year, with the release of their new LP which features "Born to Lose", a track you can listen to below (alongside an album teaser). Sleigh Bells will begin a reign over Florida in early February when they play a string of dates with Diplo and Liturgy. The dates will conclude by 2/14 and Sleigh Bells will soon be back in NYC to headline Terminal 5 on February 17. Tickets for that show go on AMEX presale at noon on January 11th, with regular sale hitting two days later.
All tour dates, the SB song stream and that video teaser, below.
photos by Dana (distortion) Yavin
Happy New Year!
A Gogol Bordello New Year's Eve celebration can hardly be contained in a single set of photos, so here's a second set of the madness that engulfed Terminal 5 on 12/31 - baloons, on stage and back stage action included.
If you missed it, here is the first set of pictures (with opener The Debo Band), and a set of pictures from their appearance the night prior (12/30).
More New Year's Eve pictures below...
photos by Dana (distortion) Yavin
The night before Gogol Bordello rang in the New Year at Terminal 5, the band (who no longer have any members dating Elijah Wood) played to a similarly packed house at the same venue with the same opener (The Debo Band). More pictures from the 12/30 show at Terminal 5, below...
photos by Andrew St. Clair
Gogol Bordello played Terminal 5 on December 30th and 31st, ringing in the new year to a packed house on both nights after hitting Russia and its neighbors in the weeks prior. The Debo Band, hand-picked by Gogol Bordello, supported at both shows. Here are some pictures and video from the New Year's Eve celebration. They continue below....
The Head and the Heart @ ACL in September (more by Tim Griffin)
The Head and the Heart's drummer, Tyler Williams, told Pitchfork his top ten albums of 2011. Check out that list, along with all dates and a video of the band playing a new song, below...
photos by Dana (distortion) Yavin
Liam Gallagher @ Terminal 5
"It's easy to look at a band like Beady Eye and make easy pronouncements about the bombast of their music based on the circus that is the Gallagher brothers. When Noel threw in the towel and walked away from Oasis in 2009, it seemed almost inevitable after years of well publicized public quarrels and multiple band "breakups."One night after they played DC, and just a few weeks after Noel visited NYC, (the rest of Oasis) Beady Eye headlined a show at Terminal 5 in NYC (on 12/9). More pictures and the setlist from that one, below...
But if you expected animosity and bitter feelings from Thursday night's Beady Show at the 9:30 Club, you would have been sorely disappointed. What was on display was a milieu that was equal parts professionalism, bombast and the pure rock 'n' roll swagger that one would expect from a front man who was named the Greatest of All Time by Q magazine in 2010." [DCist]
James Murphy at Terminal 5 in March (more by Andrew St. Clair)
HARD Events and Mouth Taped Shut are presenting five free shows in five cities this month (Chicago, NYC, London, San Francisco, LA). NYC gets theirs this Saturday (12/10) with Bloody Beetroots (DJ), James Murphy (DJ), Proxy, and Eye. The show is free but RSVP is required.
James Murphy will DJ again a few days later at Brooklyn Bazaar on December 15 with Poolside, The Crystal Ark Party Machine, Midnight Magic, and DJ Justine D. Tickets are still available for that and for the show happening in the same venue the next night.
All HARD dates and a flier below...
M83 @ MHOW (more by Erik Erikson)
M83 were just in NYC for two much-talked-about shows (Webster Hall and MHOW). They've already had a ton of other dates scheduled well into 2012, and they've since tacked on another NYC date which will (unfortunately?) take place, as predicted, at Terminal 5 on May 10. Tickets go on sale Friday (12/9) at noon. With the demand for Webster Hall and MHOW tickets close to those dates, it won't be surprising if tickets to this one go fast.
Updated dates below...
photos by Tim Griffin
Alan Palomo from Neon Indian @ Fun Fun Fun Fest 6
Alan Palomo, better known to most as Neon Indian, will play a New Year's Eve celebration in Dallas followed by a New Year's Day show with The Flaming Lips and Yoko Ono Plastic Ono Band, and after a few weeks off will embark on dates in Japan and Australia. Shortly thereafter comes the US dates, kicking off with a March 7th show at MoMA and concluding on May 12th at Terminal 5. Presale details are available at the Neon Indian site. All dates are listed below.
For the Flaming Lips, the 1/1 show is part of a 2-night New Year's run in Oklahoma City.
Neon Indian released Era Extrana in September, one of Rough Trade's favorites of 2011. Check out all tour dates, two videos from that record, and a another set of pictures from Fun Fun Fun Fest 6 below.
Dr. Dog at Williamsburg Waterfront (more by Dana (distortion) Yavin)
Dr. Dog have announced Be The Void, the band's new LP due on 2/7, along with "That Old Black Hole", the first song to slip out from the record in video form. Check that out below. If you preorder the new LP you get three songs sent instantly: "That Old Black Hole", "Warrior Man" (both from the record) and "Control Yourself" (the flipside of the Warrior Man 7").
Dr. Dog will hit the road for a string of US shows all of which are on fan presale now. The dates kick off on 2/1 and stretch until the end of March, with the second to last date falling on 3/23 at Terminal 5. Tickets for the NYC show areon AMEX presale now, with regular sale starting on Friday.
All tour dates and that video is below.
photos by Amanda Hatfield
Fitz @ Terminal 5
As discussed, Fitz & the Tantrums stopped by Occupy Wall Street yesterday morning before their sold out show at Terminal 5. After you get your tickets for their New Year's Eve show at Gramercy Theater, head below to see more pictures from the late show, and a video from the early one....
Girls @ Fun Fun Fun Fest
San Francisco's Girls, who just played the Fun Fun Fun Fest this weekend in Austin and next roll through NYC January 14 for a show at Terminal 5, have announced a new single, "Lawrence," to be released via True Panther on December 6. The song, which isn't on Girls' album Father Son Holy Ghost, was "written and recorded as a gift to Lawrence Hayward" who fronted cult bands Felt in the '80s, Denim in the '90s and Go-Kart Mozart currently. Christopher Owens explains in an open letter:
I wonder who will be writing me in twenty years, and what they'll be looking for. Don't worry, I'm not writing to talk about the things I'm looking for in life, I'll spare you that. I'm writing to FINALLY be able to send you a song that I wrote in 2008. When I wrote this song I was the guitarist in a band called Holy Shit, Matt Fishbeck (our fearless leader) was the one who turned me on to Felt. I fell in love with your songs, I wouldn't stop listening, I loved you and Maurice.
To make a long story a shorter story, I once wrote this song and wondered what you would sing to it, I could sometimes hear your voice but I didn't dare write down any words. I never thought for a second you would ever hear it, I wondered if you would like it, all that. I called it Lawrence, after you. To send it to you now is incredible for me, I want to show you I'm thankful. You gave me something to love, or in other words you gave me love itself. You took something that can sometimes feel so common and dull and brought it back to life with so much beauty and verse. You gave me happiness, and you still do.
Anyway, I'd just like you to have it, it's yours, take it as yours. Do anything you want with it. I hope you enjoy listening to it. And all the best to you forever and ever.
With love- Christopher Owens
This is not the first Girls/Lawrence interaction, as French website Magic RPM managed to get the somewhat reclusive singer to interview Owens and Chet White on video two years ago and all three parts of that exchange are watchable at the bottom of this post, along with more pictures from Girls' FFFF set.
Coincidentally, Scottish group Girls Names also have a song called "Lawrence" which is about the Felt/Denim singer too, and can be found on their Slumberland LP Dead to Me from earlier this year. Weird, huh? Maybe somebody can work out a split 7" with both versions.
There's more Lawrence-related news. Paul Kelly's long-in-the-works documentary Lawrence of Belgravia finally made its debut, premiering at the London Film Festival two weeks ago. Reviews have been positive... maybe it'll get American distribution. And First Third Books is putting out a coffee table book of rare photographs of Felt from Lawrence's personal archives with a forward by St. Etienne's Bob Stanley. Only a 1,000 copies are being printed, each signed by Lawrence himself.
If you're unfamiliar with Lawrence's oeuvre, you should start with Felt who released ten albums and ten singles in ten years for Cherry Red and Creation, and whose influence can be heard in Pulp, Belle & Sebastian, The Tyde, Crystal Stilts among many others. It used to be hard to get your hands on the albums but pretty much all of Felt's work is in print now, and available digitally. Felt's sound ranged from uber-jangly indie, to organ-driven pop and even instrumental jazz, so a good place to start is with compilation Absolute Classic Masterpieces which you can listen to on Spotify if you have it.
With his 10-year-plan for Felt complete, Lawrence then formed Denim whose glammy sound was a 180 from everything his previous group stood for. Denim's 1992 debut, Back in Denim, is a classic and still get-able (and Spotify-able), but 1996's Denim on Ice (and the b-sides comp Novelty Rock) is not. Denim's career was derailed in the summer of 1997 when their single "Summer Smash" unfortunately coincided with Princess Diana's death. The single was banned by the BBC and the subsequent album, Denim Take Over, got shelved indefinitely.
Lawrence then formed Go-Kart Mozart with a novetly-ish bubblegum sound, a direction Denim were already heading in. Some of the songs meant for Denim Take Over ended up on Go-Kart Mozart's 2005 album Tearing Up the Album Charts. Lawrence claims to have a new GKM album in the can and ready for release.
Click through for that Lawrence/Girls interview and a live version of Girls Names' "Lawrence," plus some Felt and Denim videos, more pics and all upcoming Girls tour dates.
The Kills @ MusicFestNW 2011 (more by Autumn Andel)
The Kills, who are about to celebrate their 10th anniversary, will head out on a headlining tour in early 2012 with JEFF the Brotherhood and Hunters. Beginning in Chicago on January 20th, the Kills will end it back at their favorite NYC venue Terminal 5 on February 11th. Tickets for all North American dates go on band presale today. Tickets for the NYC show go on AmEx presale Wednesday and general sale Friday.
Meanwhile the Kills will spend November traveling around Europe with Weekend. All tour dates and a brand new video for "Baby Says", below...
photos by Chris La Putt
Friendly Fires @ Terminal 5
"By the second song, the soaring, drum-heavy hit "Jump in the Pool," Macfarlane had jumped into the crowd, carrying the handbells he was playing. He was back in the crowd two songs later for "True Love," singing from the middle of the audience, then pushing back to stage.Friendly Fires played their 2nd-to-last tour date with Theophilus London last night (10/26) at Terminal 5 (they finish tonight at Paradise in Boston). More pictures from the NYC show below...
If Macfarlane's antics were reminiscent of a younger Bono, it was no surprise: Some of Friendly Fire's songs clearly echoed U2 - especially "Chimes," with its soaring guitars and two drummers pounding out military beats. They also were incredibly tight.
Other songs were downright disco - "On Board" and "Skeleton Boy" -- again appropriate, with the enrapt crowd essentially becoming the throbbing mass of a rave, jumping and clapping as much as dancing -- by halfway through the set." [Lehigh Valley Music]
photos by Chris La Putt
Crystal Castles @ Terminal 5 in March
The New York Photo Festival's Fall invitational presents a selection of images that capture the powerful relationship between photography and music in all its forms, be it solo musicians, bands, rock concerts, grand operatic productions, or intimate one-on-one sessions.BV photographer Chris La Putt has two photos in the exhibition, one of Amy Winehouse, and the you one see of Alice Glass from Crystal Castles above. More pictures from that March Terminal 5 show, and the full list of photographers in the exhibition, below...
From Herman Leonard's jazz portraits, which defined an era of cool, to Pennie Smith's explosive shot of Paul Simonon smashing his bass. From Mapplethorpe's intimate portraits of Patti Smith, to the iconic photography of Anton Corbijn and Laura Levine, photography has long been instrumental in how we experience music.
Strip away the music, and what you have is an image that defines a moment, an emotion. An image that tells a story.
The photographs selected for "Audio/Visual" capture the unique relationship between photography and music - be it solo musicians, bands, rock concerts, grand operatic productions, or intimate one-on-one sessions.
"Audio/Visual: An exhibition of music photography" will feature over 100 photographs by 70 artists - on view at the famed gallery and event space The PowerHouse Arena in Dumbo (Brooklyn), from October 19 to November 3.
photos by Dana (distortion) Yavin
"This is the craziest time for The Smashing Pumpkins since the mid-'90s," says Billy Corgan over a cup of tea in his dressing room at New York's Terminal 5. "We just finished Oceania, but we don't know when it's coming out. We don't have management, and we don't have a record label. We don't know what we're doing or when we're doing it." [Music Radar]Billy Corgan brought the latest iteration of Smashing Pumpkins to Terminal 5 in NYC on Tuesday (10/18), part of an ongoing October tour. More pictures & the setlist below...
photos by David Andrako
Hot, packed and dancing on Friday, New York's Terminal 5 was a scene rarely seen, in which nearly everyone in attendance was engaged and enthusiastic, their pretensions left at the curb. With Fredrik Källgren Wallin and Håkan Wirenstrand making melodies on either side of the stage and Erik Bodin hemmed in behind the raised drum kit, the job of crowd engagement rested squarely with Yukimi Nagano, and she carried its weight effortlessly. Barefoot and at ease onstage, flitting between impassioned and lackadaisical, Nagano is less charismatic than instructional, a how-to on letting go, or just never needing to, like a Sesame Street moral come to life. Her face has a sleepy, calming contour that's easily stared-at, and her dancing is carefree and natural, punctuated by timed punches to an immaculately choreographed and deceptively gigantic light show. Nagano's voice has a full, wavy heft that's remarkable to witness, strained at times and mathematically precise when required.- [Rolling Stone]Little Dragon headlined Terminal 5 on Friday (10/14), joined by Javelin, Donn T and a DJ set by Brooklyn Bowl regular Questlove (he plays this Thursday!). Pictures from the big show are in this post.
Little Dragon's appearance was part of a larger stretch of US dates that extends until the end of October, and included a DJ set the following night (10/15) at Yotel with Free Magic and Faso. Many of Lil Dragon's upcoming dates are with Tycho who played his own NYC show at Music Hall of Williamsburg over the weekend.
All dates, more pictures from Terminal 5 and the setlist, below....
Girls at Bowery Ballroom last month (more by Ryan Barkan)
Girls did us a favor last month and decided to play two shows at Bowery Ballroom (9/23, 9/24) even though they had previously headlined the bigger Webster Hall. Well, don't get used to it because Girls' next NYC show is happening, not down at the small Mercury Lounge or even back at Webster or Irving, but instead at the massive Terminal 5 on January 14th. Tickets go on sale Friday (10/21) at noon.
It's their only currently scheduled US show besides Fun Fun Fun Fest in Austin next month. All international dates are listed, with their recent video for "Honey Bunny", below...
photos by David Andrako
"Iron & wine at T5 was incredible, duh. Full band serves him well. Also, 3 from Woman King!" -davidsankey
Iron & Wine return to Terminal 5 TONIGHT (10/13), after blessing the venue with Low last night as part of their two-night stay. The Low Anthem will do warm 'em duties tonight and tickets are still available for all of you procrastinators. Pictures from last night are in this post.
No word on if Marketa Irglova will join Iron & Wine like she did last night, but we'll let you know if that changes. You CAN catch her at her confirmed appearance on 11/30 at Bowery Ballroom though. Tickets are still available.
More pictures from night one are below.