Recent Articles in Tour Dates
It’s been quite a few years since this Sheffield band were the “young ones to watch” and we caught their first show at NYC’s Mercury Lounge. Arctic Monkeys have indeed grown into a major act, (but we love them anyway). They are expanding their US tour into 2014 in support of their latest release, AM, including a New York City date
Death in June, the UK’s enigmatic dark folk act led by Douglas P., will be touring the US this September, in support of their latest release, The Snow Bunker Tapes.
Austra has just released their latest “Home” video from their upcoming Olympia album, out June 18th on Domino Records.
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds to Answer the Question “Are we still relevant?” with Upcoming North American Tour and Album
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds have just confirmed their upcoming tour, to begin in mid-March, which will follow the release of their FIFTEENTH studio album, ‘Push the Sky Away.’ The album, which is being heralded as both modern and one of their most “subtly beautiful” to date, is to be released February 19, 2013.
Kaleidoscopic dreams in red and violet… here’s the paired-down, bittersweet piano version of Trust’s hit ‘Sulk’, as performed by Robert Alfons…
Go to mykkiblancoworld.com to download Mykki Blanco’s debut mixtape, ‘Cosmic Angel: The Illuminati Prince/ss’, out Friday, via UNO. Blanco will be at Music Hall of Williamsburg tonight, kicking off his tour opening for the incomparable Death Grips…
Beacon, the Brooklyn duo who have continually surprised us in all their live performances to date and with their self-released ‘No Body’ EP last year, have just released their Ghostly International debut, ‘For Now’.
Odd, scratchy details, hyper beats and dissonant strings add to the allure of their soundscapes. London’s electronic duo Mount Kimbie are making their promised return to the US after their first tour, which took on SXSW and Coachella and marked their debut, ‘Crooks & Lovers.’