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


The co-headlining Baroness / Deafheaven tour (with Zeal & Ardor opening) starts tonight (3/8) in Houston and then heads to the West Coast before eventually making its way East (including NYC & NJ shows). Deafheaven will be supporting last year's great Ordinary Corrupt Human Love (and hopefully also playing their recently-released great non-album track "Black Brick"), while Baroness have an anticipated new album on the way. We still don't know what that album is called or when it's coming out, but they did just release a teaser for a new song and said they'd be playing it on this tour, so that's exciting! Check it out:


Compton-based electronic artist Channel Tres is currently on tour opening for Robyn (including tonight at Madison Square Garden), and after that, he'll be joining Vince Staples on the road, before a few North American headlining shows in May. These newly-added dates include Brooklyn's Elsewhere on 5/21, and stops in Cambridge, Washington D.C., Detroit, Bakersfield, and Mayer, AZ (an appearance at FORM Aroscanti 2019 on 5/11). Check here for all upcoming dates, and view Channel Tres' video for recent single "Brilliant Ni**a" below.


Soulful Houston-based band The Suffers released their last LP Everything Here last year, and they've recently added more US tour dates behind the record. Aside from some festival appearances, such as Boise's Treefort Fest later this month, the band will be hitting cities along the West Coast and southern US, including LA, San Francisco, Salt Lake City, Austin, New Orleans, Knoxville, San Diego, and more. All dates here, and watch the band's new video for Everything Here highlight "All I Want To Do" below.


Psych pop songwriter Kishi Bashi's newest album Omoiyari (his first album since 2016's Sonderlust) drops on May 31, and in celebration, he'll be doing a series of US shows surrounding the record's release. The tour begins in Athens, GA, and includes stops in Brooklyn (Murmrr Theatre on 6/19), Boston, LA, Washington D.C., Seattle, San Francisco, and Portland. Tickets to all dates can be found here, and hear newest single "Summer of '42" below.


Minneapolis alt-country greats The Jayhawks announced more tour dates for 2019, supporting last year's Back Roads and Abandoned Motels. They'll be playing a hometown date at Minneapolis' Basilica Block Party on 7/12, and a recently-announced date at Jersey City, NJ's White Eagle Hall on 6/14, in addition to other stops in Charlotte, Savannah, Bayfield, Fall River, Thomson, and others. All dates are listed here.


BrooklynVegan and Margin Walker’s SXSW day parties, Lost Weekend, are returning this year at Austin's Mohawk Bar, with tons of great acts including Rico Nasty, Japanese Breakfast, Amanda Palmer, Laura Jane Grace and the Devouring Mothers, Phony Ppl, Strand of Oaks, and many more.


Earlier this year, The Soul Rebels announced a pair of NYC dates at Brooklyn Bowl on March 29 and 30, and the band has just revealed some really cool, well-fitting special guests for each show. Night one (3/29) will feature Talib Kweli and Macy Gray, and night two (3/30) has Matisyahu. Aside from these shows, the band has a bunch of upcoming US dates elsewhere, including a New Orleans residency throughout April and May, with additional festival appearances at Bonnaroo in June, Lockn' Festival in August, and many others. All dates are listed here.


Conor Oberst and Phoebe Bridgers' collaborative project begins their North American tour at Tucson's The Rialto tonight (3/8), which precedes three NYC dates in March and April, and further shows in Chicago, LA, Denver, Washington D.C., Philly, and others. Check here for the full list of dates.


Earlier today, Massive Attack announced they'll be postponing the entirety of their upcoming North American Mezzanine 21st anniversary tour due to illness, with rescheduled fall dates being announced next week.

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