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Thursday's next 20th anniversary tour stop is at LA's Echoplex on 11/16 and 11/17, where they'll be playing Full Collapse in full on night one, and War All The Time in full on night two. They just announced openers for those shows, and they're both reunited LA bands with new music: screamo band Taken who released their first new EP in 14 years this year, and indie pop act Mellowdrone. Mellowdrone returned this year, following a hiatus which included frontman Jonathan Bates touring as a member of M83 and releasing music as Big Black Delta. They released two EPs this year, 2018 and 3, both of which you can stream below. After the LA shows, Thursday's tour includes a four-night run of Full Collapse/WATT shows at Brooklyn's Music Hall of Williamsburg around the holidays (openers TBA), and another Brooklyn show at Saint Vitus in March 2019 with American Pleasure Club.


Floyd, VA festival FloydFest brings together the worlds of music, arts and crafts, dance, and more every year, and the fest has revealed its 2019 theme ("Voyage Home") and music lineup, which includes sets from Phil Lesh, Margo Price, Tyler Childers, Brandi Carlile, Fantastic Negrito, and more. Tickets are on sale now, and the full lineup can be viewed here.


Singer/rapper Tommy Genesis is gaining buzz for her unique flows and creative, bouncy production, and she'll be releasing her debut self-titled LP on Friday (11/9). She also announced a series of North American dates, dubbed the "God Is Wild" Tour, with stops in NYC (Elsewhere - Zone One on 4/19), Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, Seattle, and more. Find all dates here, and stream her recent single "Bad Boy" below.


Shannon and the Clams frontwoman Shannon Shaw has a few NYC solo dates coming up behind this year's Shannon in Nashville, including a show at Brooklyn Bazaar on 12/4 with support from garage rockers Las Rosas and Brooklyn psych-pop act Champagne Superchillin', following an appearance at WFUV's Holiday Cheer benefit show at Beacon Theatre on 12/3.


Lala Lala (real name Lillie West) released her sophomore LP The Lamb earlier this year, and she'll be doing a bunch of touring behind the album, continuing into 2019. After opening for WHY? (who are playing Alopecia live in full for its 10th anniversary), she'll be playing a few headlining shows in 2019 with support from Sen Morimoto. This includes stops in Washington DC, Minneapolis, NYC (Rough Trade on 1/26), Montreal, Chicago, and more. Head here for all dates.


Veteran soul/R&B vocalist Swamp Dogg returned with this year's Kanye West-influenced and Justin Vernon-featuring Love, Loss, and Auto-Tune (which contains the single "Sex With Your Ex"), and he has a few upcoming dates, including an appearance at Netherlands fest Le Guess Who? (which is underway now), in addition to further stops in St. Paul, Chicago, and London. All dates here.


Massive Attack added a second Radio City show as part of their 2019 Mezzanine anniversary tour, for which they'll be joined by Cocteau Twins' Liz Fraser.


Australia's Julia Jacklin announced a new LP today, along with a tour with recent Saddle Creek signee Black Belt Eagle Scout, which hits NYC, Philly, Nashville, Chicago, and more.


Cherry Glazerr's new album is out this February, and the band will be touring the album next year, including shows in NYC, Boston, Minneapolis, LA, Vancouver, and tons of other cities.


Action Bronson announced a tour with frequent collaborators Meyhem Lauren and Roc Marciano, which includes two NYC shows, and other stops in LA, Boston, Miami, and more.

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

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