tours announced: Clutch, Disco Biscuits, Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith/Caribou, King Krule, more
The following new tours were announced. Check the Tour Dates category every day for more.
THE DISCO BISCUITS & CAMP BISCO
Electronic jam faves The Disco Biscuits will hold the 20th installment of their Camp Bisco festival from July 9-11 at Montage Mountain in Scranton, PA (lineup TBA), and they’ll also be touring before then, including three-night stands in Philly and Port Chester, and two-night stands in Minneapolis, New Orleans, Denver, and Pelham, TN. All dates and ticket info here. They also just released this new cover of Blondie’s “Rapture,” remixed by Party Pupils:
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KAITLYN AURELIA SMITH opening for CARIBOU
Electronic art pop artist Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith has signed to Ghostly International, and while she hasn’t announced a new album just yet, she did announce that she’ll be opening Caribou’s tour. All dates and tickets here.
CLUTCH opening for VOLBEAT
Riff rock vets Clutch will return to the road to open for Volbeat, beginning at Tempe, AZ’s Ufest at Big Surf on 4/4, and then hitting Vegas, Denver, Nashville, Atlanta, and more, before wrapping up at NYC’s Rooftop at Pier 17 on 5/13. All dates here. Tickets here.
Comedian Ali Wong continues to expand her ‘Milk & Money Tour’ that now includes a seventh NYC show at Beacon Theatre on March 29. Dates also include multiple nights in Long Beach, DC, Boston, Toronto and more. Head here for all dates.
Australian post-punk trio Cable Ties will release their first album for Merge Records this March, and they’ll also be heading out way to play SXSW. While in the U.S. they’ll play shows in Los Angeles (March 12 @ Zebulon) and Brooklyn (March 26 @ Union Pool).
CORRIDOR / DEEPER
Montreal’s Corridor and Chicago’s Deeper are touring around SXSW and have just announced more dates, including Orlando, Tampa, Miami, San Antonio, Houston, Nashville, Atlanta, and Richmond. They’ll kick off the tour on March 4 at Rough Trade in Brooklyn. All dates are listed here.
Ultramagnetic MC and oddball lifer Kool Keith has a few dates coming up: Brooklyn’s Sixty Sixth Congress on February 8 with Ache; Denver club Ophelia’s on March 6; and Austin’s Oblivion Access festival in June.
Industrial icons Einstürzende Neubauten are gearing up to release their first proper studio album in 12 years and the group will support the record, and perform it live, on the 2020 The Year of The Rat Tour that hits North America this fall.
THE HOUSE OF LOVE
UK alt-rock/dreampop/indie greats The House of Love will be coming to North America this spring for their first tour here in nearly three decades.
KISS KRUISE X
Vanessa Carlton has a new Dave Fridmann-produced album on the way, and she’ll support it with her first full-band tour in 15 years.
WAR ON WOMEN opening for BAD RELIGION/ALKALINE TRIO
Bad Religion’s 40th anniversary tour just got a pretty amazing opener.
PETROL GIRLS / TYPESETTER
UK post-hardcore band Petrol Girls and Chicago punks Typesetter will tour North America together this spring.
LA beatmaker TOKiMONSTA announced a new album and tour today.
MICROWAVE with DOGLEG, SAVE FACE, WEAKENED FRIENDS & more
Atlanta post-hardcore rippers Microwave announced a tour, with the first leg being opened by A Will Away, Bad Luck and Weakened Friends; while the second leg will be opened by Elder Brother, Save Face, and Dogleg.
ANNA BURCH / LONG BEARD
Indie singer/songwriter Anna Burch announced a new album and tour with support coming from likeminded artist Long Beard.
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