San Francisco shoegazers Young Prisms reactivated last year after nearly a decade away and they’ve now just announced ‘Drifter,‘ their first album since 2012’s ‘In Between.‘
Walter Schreifels joined Thursday on night two of four in Brooklyn, paying tribute to the late Pete Shelley with a cover of Buzzcocks’ “Ever Fallen in Love (With Someone You Shouldn’t’ve).”
Looking for a way to ring in 2019 in NYC? There are no shortage of options. Here’s our guide to shows, parties and more over the long weekend.
This week: Baxter Dury’s B.E.D. project with Etienne De Crecy; Buzzcocks vinyl reissues; Ty Segall’s covers album; Italian band Qlowski; Swiss Duo Klaus Johann Grobe go full disco; and Young Marble Giants singer Alison Statton reunites with her Weekend collaborator Spike for a new LP.
Plus: Chelsea Wolfe, Deer Tick, The Cribs, Kevin Morby, Of Montreal, Harry Styles, The Clientele, Ben Folds, and more tickets to big upcoming shows.
While Shaun Durkan has been busy working on Tamaryn’s new album (and playing in her band), his own band Weekend are getting back into gear…
Tamaryn teams w/ Shaun from Weekend on new LP, playing NYC before & after Levitation fest (dates, new song stream)
Tamaryn is back with a new dancier/synthier direction and album, titled Cranekiss, that is out August 28 via Mexican Summer. For it she collaborated with Weekend’s Shaun Durkan on the songs (he’s in her new live lineup too) and Jorge Elbrecht of Violens produced…
Keven Tecon logged time in San Fancisco bands Wax Idols and Soft Moon but left the drummers seat of both to form his own group, Vaniish. The new quartet — featuring fellow Wax Idols member Amy Rosenoff as well as Bay Area scene regulars Adam Beck and Nick Ott (drums) — released their debut album, Memory Work, in June…