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


The constantly busy and genre-defying DC rapper/producer Oddisee is hitting the road with LA vet (and Dilated Peoples member) Evidence for "The Odd Weather Tour," including a NYC show on 10/23 at LPR and more. All dates and tickets here.


Julia Holter is releasing her first album in three years this October and touring in 2019.


Having just played the NYU Mystery Concert two nights ago, fast-rising, G.O.O.D. Music-signed Harlem rapper Sheck Wes has another hometown appearance this weekend. It's for an event at the Harlem Footaction store (272 W 125th St), and there will be "a Q&A with Sheck, DJ Scott Lauren spinning Sheck tracks and NYC classics and much more." It goes from 3-5 PM on Saturday (9/8). Sheck also plays the Spotify "RapCaviar Live" show in Coney Island on 9/29 with Chance the Rapper and Tierra Whack, and opens part of Travis Scott's tour, including the two MSG shows and the Prudential Center show.


New Zealand's The Beths, whose album Future Me Hates Me is one of the year's more charming debuts, have added more shows to their upcoming North American tour, including a few dates in Texas. The tour kicks off September 28 and includes a sold-out Brooklyn show. Updated tour dates are here and you can check out their brand new video for "Little Death" here:


Philly shoegazers Nothing begin their tour tomorrow (Friday, 9/7), and to kick off the tour, they've put out a new video for "I Hate The Flowers" off this year's Dance On The Blacktop. They have shows with veteran shoegazers Swirlies (including a Brooklyn show on 10/5 at Warsaw), a run with West Coast punks Culture Abuse, and more. All dates here.


Atlanta's nervy Omni, who released their second album Multi-Task last year, will be hitting the road with Ezra Furman this fall. Dates begin on October 25 in Columbus Ohio, and wrap up at Brooklyn's Warsaw on November 3. OMNI also play Chicago's Trouble in Paradise festival, put on by labels Trouble in Mind and Paradise of Bachelors, next weekend. All Omni dates are here.


UK group Public Service Broadcasting, who combine all manners of musical styles with found sound pulled from newsreels, radio broadcasts, educational films and more, will bring their "The Race For Space" show back to NYC's Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum on September 20 (tickets), which is part of the museum's annual Space & Science Festival, as well as part of the celebration of NASA's 60th Anniversary. It's the group's only North American show, but they have dates in Europe and the UK coming up.


Australia's Tropical Fuck Storm (TFS to your aunt Linda), the band featuring two members of The Drones, will be in North America this fall, opening for Modest Mouse. They'll also play headline shows in NYC and L.A.

Browse our Tour Dates category for even more tours you may have missed.

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