The following new tours were announced. Check the Tour Dates category every day for more.


In addition to playing as a member of The Original Misfits, Doyle has countless shows of his own coming up, and he continues to expand his tour schedule. In addition to his previously announced NYC shows happening 10/14 at 11/21 at Blackthorn 51, he now added a third one for January 3, 2019 at Brooklyn Bazaar (and these are in addition to New Jersey and Long Island shows). All of Doyle's many dates are listed here.


Get ready for a big dose of '90s nostalgia with this tour that's loaded with big hip hop and R&B names who had hits that decade, including Vanilla Ice, Salt N Pepa with Spinderella, All 4 One, Color Me Badd, Coolio, Tone Loc, Rob Base, Young MC, and more. There's a Camden, NJ stop (with Salt N Pepa, Coolio, Biz Markie, 2 Live Crew, and Rob Base), and all dates and tickets are here.


Far frontman Jonah Matranga is playing Far's Water & Solutions on tour for its 20th anniversary with The Pauses playing as his backing band and also opening the shows. He just expanded the tour.


Not a tour, but melodic hardcore greats Paint It Black announced just one 2018 show so far: Asbury Park with Screaming Females, GIVE, HIRS, and Bacchae.


Having played East Coast shows in June, Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks will pick the tour back up on July 17 in Petaluma, CA for West Coast and Southwest dates supporting their terrific new album, Sparkle Hard.

Mint Field


UK psych-rockers Ulrika Spacek, who released the excellent Suggested Listening EP earlier this year, will be on a North American tour later this year surrounding their appearance at Desert Daze 2018. Dates include NYC's Baby's All Right on October 17, and West Coast shows with Mexican shoegazers Mint Field whose debut album, Pasar de las Luces, came out back in February via Innovative Leisure. (Stream it below.) All joint dates are here, and Mint Field will also be on tour in Mexico this month.



New Haven, CT’s Mountain Movers have been laying down heavy, hazy psych for a decade now, most recently on last year's self-titled LP for Trouble in Mind. The band are on tour this month starting tonight in their hometown and will be on the road with Howin' Rain, including two NYC shows at Brooklyn Bowl on July 13 & 14. All dates are listed here.


Australia's Deaf Wish are called Deaf Wish for a reason -- they are seriously, ear-punishingly loud. Experience this firsthand in September when they'll be on this side of the globe in support of their new LP on Sub Pop.

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