This week in the Basement: vinyl reissues from New Order and Prefab Sprout, plus new music from Business of Dreams (Corey of Terry Malts), the return of Cleveland's Herzog, and new UK singer-songwriter Whoa Melodic.
Jonas' picks include some indie/alternative classics like Pixies' Doolittle and My Bloody Valentine's Loveless, as well as some stuff that's lesser known in the US, like Bolivian singer Luzmila Carpio and Swedish singer Stina Nordenstam.
The schedule includes a Prefab Sprout tribute with Sondre Lerche, Jen Goma (A Sunny Day In Glasgow), Skylar Spence and more; a Small Faces tribute with Richie Birkenhead (Underdog/Into Another), Paul Bearer (Sheer Terror); Marty Wilson-Piper (ex-The Church) and more; plus others.
Morrissey was planning to play Reykjavik, Iceland at Harpa Concert Hall, but it is not to be because the venue's concessions served meat. "I love Iceland and I have waited a long time to return, but I shall leave the Harpa Concert Hall to their cannibalistic flesh-eating bloodlust," said Moz in a statement to True to You...
Sondre Lerche, who's been somewhat quiet of late, broke the silence for a show at Bowery Ballroom during CMJ, headlining The Talkhouse showcase on October 15 that also featured Luke Temple and others...
As we mentioned previously, Los Angeles duo Touché (aka Bram Inscore and Alex Lilly) will be here in NYC soon for a couple shows, happening at Glasslands on December 19 with Rarechild and Yalls (tickets) and then Cameo on January 4 with Tippy Toes and Future Screens...
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