Entries tagged with: The Death Set
photos by Ryan Muir
"Angel Haze killing this packed House of Vans!" - @VILLAGEPSYCHIC
"@AngelHaze so your show tonight at House Of Vans was dope! You're a beast!" - @TOKYOPOP
Rapper Angel Haze squeezed in a NYC one-off Zumiez party at House of Vans on Saturday (6/7) ahead of her upcoming trip to Europe for Glastonbury and a tour. The show was also with dancepunks The Death Set and Boston funk band Bad Rabbits, and pictures of all three sets are in this post.
Angel Haze at SXSW 2013 (more by Amanda Hatfield)
Angel Haze has a European tour coming up in July following a Glastonbury appearance, but before leaving home the NYC-based rapper will play a free local show on June 7 at House of Vans with The Death Set and Bad Rabbits. RSVP is required, and entry is still first come, first served. Doors open at 7 PM.
The Vans House Parties were also announced today, which like this show, are free shows happening at House of Vans.
Show flyer and the full list of Angel Haze dates below...
Guitar Wolf saving us from alien zombies in 'Wild Zero'
Japan's greatest "JET" rock n' roll band, Guitar Wolf are one of the new additions to Goner Fest, and while they're over here in North America, they'll be kicking off a tour with The Coathangers right after their slot at Goner Fest. That tour brings both bands to NYC for a show on September 29 at Santos Party House. Tickets for that show are on sale now. All tour dates are listed below.
Meanwhile, The Coathangers will play NYC even sooner at the previously discussed Blackout Summer '13 happening on August 23 at The Paper Box with Pity Sex, The Death Set, and Dead//Beat. Since we last spoke, Your Skull My Closet have dropped off that show, and were replaced by Bear Hands and noise rockers EULA. Tickets for Blackout Summer are still available.
All dates are listed below...
Melodic shoegazers Pity Sex are set to bring their previously discussed tour with The World Is..., Daylight, and Dads to Death by Audio on July 20 (moved from Suburbia), and they've already announced that they'll return to NYC a month later.
They'll play the genre-diverse Blackout Summer '13 on August 23 at Paper Box, which includes previously announced garage punks The Coathangers, dance-punks The Death Set, Small Brown Bike/Leaving Rouge-related band, Your Skull My Closet, and Dead//Beat. Tickets for that show are on sale now.
Then, the next day, Pity Sex hook back up with The World Is... and Dads for a Long Island show at The Wood Shop (8/24) in Copaigue. Tickets for that show are on sale now.
Pity Sex released their impressive debut album, Feast of Love, this past June. A full stream of that album and an updated list of their tour dates, below...
Inspired by k3wl orgs like Public School, Cabinet, Brooklyn Brainery, & with a general commitment to diversity, Public Assembly's putting on the Ritz: gallery shows, panel discussions & radical arts get intermixed with our normal jams: cool bands, killer late night parties, and drank. Pro-women, pro-queer, pro-art, pro-imagination, proproblem solving, fans of the radical, and understanding of your budget - we're here to provide the best week-long version of a state-funded liberal arts college we can. LiveEt cetera happens at Public Assembly from September 16 - 22 and features over two dozen lectures, panel discussions, demonstrations, concerts and other learning-leaning events, most of which are free. This includes the previously discussed vintage synthesizer demo with Xeno & Oaklander on 9/16, the Gang Gang Dance / Sun Araw show on 9/21 to which tickets are still available, the back room show on September 21 with Total Slacker, Indian Jewelry, Black Marble, and Plastic Flowers which is free, and "The Emma Straub Hollywood Variety Hour" on September 22 with actor Andrew McCarthy and Magnetic Fields' Stephin Meritt.
Other events include a brewing discussion titled "How Beer Changed Everything" on 9/20, and "The Moon Presents ... A Tribute to Books" with comedian Chris Gethard and The Onion's Todd Hanson. All Et cetera events are listed below and there's more information at their website.
Tickets for the recently added Swans shows at Bowery Ballroom and MHOW with Devendra Banhart go on AmEx presale today at noon. Tickets for their less recently announced Bowery Ballroom show with A Hawk and a Hacksaw, which happens about two weeks before the new ones, are still available.
Meat Loaf is playing Beacon Theatre on November 1. Tickets for that show are on AmEx presale and Internet presale (password: "MAD") now and go on sale to the general public on Friday (9/7) at 10 AM.
David Wax Museum will be in NYC this month to play Housing Works on September 18. Tickets for that show are on sale now. They'll return to play Mercury Lounge on November 30. Tickets for that show go on AmEx presale today at noon and go on sale to the general public on Friday (9/7) at noon.
The Death Set and Ninjasonik are playing a free Barback Games-presented show with games, giveaways, and surprises at Webster Hall on September 24. Admission is free with RSVP.
Ray Lamontagne is playing Wellmont Theatre on November 19 and Carnegie Hall on November 26. Wellmont tickets go on sale Friday, September 14 at noon and Carnegie Hall tickets go on sale Friday, September 14 at 11 AM.
Avicii, who has two upcoming Radio City shows, has been tapped by Madonna to open her Yankee Stadium shows, which happen this Thursday (9/6) and Saturday (9/8). Tickets for those shows are still available.
Esperanza Spalding is playing The Apollo on October 26 and 27. Tickets for the 10/26 show are on sale now and tickets for the 10/27 show are on AmEx presale now with a Ticketmaster/A List presale starting Monday (9/10) at 10 AM and a general on-sale starting Thursday, September 13 at 10 AM.
photos by Leia Jospe
Anamanaguchi w/ Peelander-Yellow at Bowery Ballroom - 7/31/12
Four NYC party-starters -- The Death Set, Ninjasonik, Hussle Club and Anamanaguchi -- teamed up for a show at Bowery Ballroom last week (7/31) before the latter headed over to Chicago for Lollapalooza. Anamanaguchi, who got some help from Peelander-Yellow at Bowery, played a new song at the show, a video of which you can watch below, along with more pictures of all three bands (FIGO were on the bill too but we missed them).
Anamanaguchi at Bamboozle 2012 (more by Leia Jospe)
Anamanaguchi are soon to be on their way to Chicago for Lollapalooza, but before they leave NYC, they'll play a local show TONIGHT (7/31) at Bowery Ballroom with The Death Set and Ninjasonik. Hussle Club and FIGO are also on the bill. Tickets for tonight's show are still available.
Meanwhile, Death Set/Ninjasonik associate Cerebral Ballzy will be opening for the Jello Biafra-less Dead Kennedys at Santos tonight (7/31). Tickets for that show are still available.
All Anamanaguchi dates are listed below.
The Death Set at Williamsburg Waterfront, 2010 (more by Leia Jospe)
While not on a full tour, The Death Set are playing select dates this summer, including a visit to the NXNE in Toronto and Osheaga in Montreal as well as two NYC shows: XPO 929 on June 28 with Team Spirit, Bosco Delrey and Eula, and Bowery Ballroom on July 31 with Ninjasonik and Hussle Club. Tickets to the XPO show are already on sale, and Bowery tickets go on sale Friday (6/8) at noon. All listed Death Set tour dates are at the bottom of this post.
The band recently released a new video for their song "Is it the End Again?" which is the "ballad" from last year's Michel Poiccard LP. It's a little NSFW, and you can watch it below.
We just posted about Austra who's coming back to North America (including 9/19 at Music Hall of Williamsburg) after a tour of Europe. She's also one of many artists playing the 2012 Osheaga Festival in Montreal which happens August 3 - 5. Tickets are still available for the three-day event.
In addition to Austra, Osheaga plays host to The Black Keys, Snoop Dogg, Justice, Metric (who play Radio City Music Hall soon), Sigur Ros (who play Prospect Park and are streaming their new LP), Florence & The Machine (who plays Jones Beach this summer), The Weeknd, Passion Pit (who play Governor's Ball soon), The Jesus & Mary Chain, MGMT, Santigold (who just played Irving), Zola Jesus (who just played the Guggenheim) and many many more.
Full Osheaga lineup is below.
Off! @ NXNE 2011 (more by Natasha Ryan)
The most memorable thing that happened the year I visited Toronto for NXNE was Iggy Pop & The Stooges playing their big, outdoor, free, no-ticket-or-badge-required show downtown at Yonge-Dundas Square. Last year the Descendents did it. This year they've landed the Flaming Lips which should be an amazing spectacle. And:
NXNE Music has confirmed that Bad Religion, Raekwon & Ghostface Killah and Matthew Good will headline free shows at Yonge-Dundas Square (YDS) throughout the seven-day festival. The NXNE Music line-up also includes performances at YDS and in the clubs by Of Montreal, No Use For A Name, Purity Ring, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Death Grips, The Men, Bleached, Good Riddance, METZ, Ceremony, Plants & Animals, The Death Set, The Sadies & Andre Williams, Oberhofer, Reigning Sound, Action Bronson, 2:54, Yamantaka/ /Sonic Titan, The Hundred in The Hands, Rival Schools, Killer Mike, Young Magic, Hayes Carll, Friends, Hollerado, Bran Van 3000, The Black Belles, Doldrums, Odonis Odonis, Mac DeMarco, Bass Drum of Death, Porcelain Raft, Exitmusic, Violens, Grass Widow, Eight and a Half, DZ Deathrays, Jonathan Toubin, Art vs. Science, B L A C K I E, The Nils and Ivan Julian (ex-Richard Hell & The Voidoids).Jonathan Toubin!!
This year's fest takes place at multiple venues across Toronto from June 11-17, 2012. Tickets are on sale.
Last year BrooklynVegan co-hosted a boat party with M For Montreal and Bruise Cruise.
The Deathset @ Pianos, NYC - Oct 17, 2007 (CRED)
TheDeathSet = awesome. They played on in the middle of the floor (like their friend Dan Deacon does) @ the BrooklynVegan day party at Pianos yesterday (Oct 17, 2007), and they are/were fun - very, very, very, fun, and good, and full of energy, and just smiling, and so good. And they played right before the Meat Puppets (who I was hoping would manage to catch some of the DeathSet's set, but I don't think they did. DeathSet's also-awesome friends from Team Robespierre did stick around after their also-awesome set to support though - more on them later.)
"...Last time I saw the band they were on the big stage at the South Street Seaport, and though it was a great performance it was certainly lacking something. As it turns out that something was intimacy...." [Pop Tarts Suck Toasted]
More photos & tour dates, below...