Jah Wobble has previously announced both his first U.S tour in over a decade and the upcoming release of a new album from Jah Wobble And The Invaders Of The Heart, Everything Is No Thing, on August 26. Today the album is available to both stream and download.
Jah Wobble has also made the track "Cosmic Love" available to stream as well.
The US tour kicks off September 21 at New York City's Bowery Ballroom and concludes October 2 at The Echoplex in Los Angeles. Among other markets the tour also hits Chicago, Seattle and Washington, DC - the full tour is listed below.
Since his emergence with PiL in 1978, Jah Wobble has created one of the most remarkable and idiosyncratic discographies of any musician. Drawing on musical styles such as dub, jazz and world music he continues to carve a unique and very charismatic niche throughout the world. With Everything Is No Thing Jah Wobble has made an original and audacious aural masterpiece.
The album was co produced by legendary producer Youth who noted Everything Is No Thing was "one of the most favorite sessions I've ever done and a great honor to work with this unique and influential artist."
The Invaders Of The Heart "firm" is Marc Layton-Bennett on drums, George King on Keys and Martin Cheung on guitar.Further contributions come from Auroraproviding vocals on Cosmic Love, Sean Corby on trumpet and Doxus who plays sax and "just about steals the show" for Jah Wobble. Everything Is No Thingalso gave him the chance to put his bass to Tony Allen's drums, an artist Jah Wobble had wanted to work with for years. Finally, following Youth's suggestion, the legendary Nick Turner (Hawkwind) completes the highly accomplished line up.
Jah Wobble, a talented painter, also created the Everything Is No Thing front cover, explaining, "I often paint strange geometrical shapes. It sort of co-relates to my bass playing."
Jah Wobble 2016 US Tour Dates
9/21 - New York, NY - Bowery Ballroom
9/22 - Philadelphia, PA - Underground Arts
9/23 - Washington, DC - Rock and Roll Hotel
9/24 - Chicago, IL - Empty Bottle
9/25 - St. Paul, MN - Turf Club
9/28 - Seattle, WA - The Crocodile
9/29 - Portland, OR - Mississippi Studios
10/2 - Los Angeles, CA - The Echoplex
Pre order Everything Is No Thing via Amazon or iTunes.
Everything Is No Thing track listing
The Promises EP serves as the beginning of a new phase for Blakeslee’s ENTRANCE. He resurrected the pioneering solo project when he signed with Thrill Jockey earlier this year, intent on releasing music that reflected his creative rebirth. Blakeslee will be following the EP in early 2017 with a new full-length ENTRANCE studio album.
In the meantime, the LA based Baltimore native is looking forward to reuniting with some old friends when he hits the road on August 8th. The upcoming tour will feature Blakeslee on his own, however he’s in the process of assembling some incredible players to join him in ENTRANCE for the near future. Confirmed dates are below and you can check out the radio edit of “Promises” HERE.
Aug. 8 | Knitting Factory | Boise ID
Aug. 9 | Knitting Factory | Spokane, WA
Aug. 10 | Wilma Theatre | Missoula, MT
Aug. 12 | The District | Sioux Falls, SD
Aug. 14 | Englert Theatre | Iowa City, IA
Aug. 16 | Deluxe | Indianapolis, IN
Aug. 17 | Headliners | Louisville, KY
Aug. 19 | Blue Note | Columbia, MO
Aug. 20 | Uptown Theater | Kansas City, MO
Aug. 22 | Ogden Theatre | Denver, CO
Aug. 24 | House of Blues | Las Vegas, NV
Aug. 26 | Theatre at the Ace | Los Angeles, CA
on Caroline Records. The album will be available for pre-order at all participating retailers.
Two years ago, KT Tunstall thought she was done with music: "As an artist I feel like I died," she says. "I stopped. I gave up. I didn't want to do it anymore." She put her stuff in storage and bought a little house in Venice Beach, California and enrolled in the Sundance Institute's elite Film Composers Lab. It was a turning point in her life.
Two years later KIN was born. Produced by Tony Hoffer (Beck, Fitz and the Tantrums, Air, M83 and more), and written and recorded by KT in LA, it exemplifies the very best of guitar pop. "The truth is, I've finally made peace with being a pop songwriter," KT says. "This record was very much embracing my dharma as an artist, which is to write positive songs that have muscle, but also show their vulnerability."
It has been over ten years since KT released her multi-platinum debut, Eye To The Telescope, and in KIN, KT sees its full bodied and blooded follow up. The album's new focused sound is exemplified by the teaser track 'Evil Eye'; a stripped back, primal rock 'n' roll track that seeded the whole record. The album's lead single 'Maybe It's A Good Thing' shows KT in top form: a moment in life captured in a bright, powerful pop song with an irresistible and unforgettable melody.
The diverse collection also includes a duet with KT fan James Bay, the raucous rebellion of 'It Took Me So Long To Get Here, But Here I Am', 'Run On Home', the call to arms of 'Hard Girls', and the beautiful album closer 'Love Is An Ocean'.
will have limited signed copies of KIN available while supplies last. In addition, will have an exclusive, limited edition colored vinyl version of KIN, again while supplies last.
KT has released five albums internationally, to date: Eye to the Telescope (2004), KT Tunstall's Acoustic Extravaganza (2006), Drastic Fantastic (2007), Tiger Suit (2010) and Invisible Empire // Crescent Moon (2013). Her music has also figured prominently in film and television including The Devil Wear's Prada, Grey's Anatomy, Winter's Tale and many more. She has won a BRIT Award, an Ivor Novello Award and earned both Grammy and Mercury Prize nominations.
KIN full track listing:
1. Hard Girls
2. Turned A Light On
3. Maybe It's A Good Thing
4. Evil Eye
5. It Took Me So Long To Get Here, But Here I Am
6. On My Star
7. Two Way
8. Run On Home
10. Everything Has Its Shape
11. Love Is An Ocean
US Tour Dates:
only opportunities for fans to see the beloved reunited band in 2016. The dates are:
7/14/16 Chicago, IL @ The Metro (Pitchfork Festival pre-show)
7/15/16 Chicago, IL @ Pitchfork Festival
7/21/16 Brooklyn, NY @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
7/22/16 New York, NY @ Panorama Festival
9/2/16 Ireland @ Electric Picnic
9/3/16 England @ Festival No. 6
9/4/16 England @ End Of The Road Festival
The band's set at this year's Pitchfork Festival will also be livestreamed on Friday July 15th. Check Pitchfork.com for timing.
Broken Social Scene has also begun to work on new songs together, recording their first new material as a group since the release of 2010's critically-loved Forgiveness Rock Record. More details will be revealed soon.
The past few years have seen the meteoric rise of Courtney Barnett to the higher echelons of indie rock superstardom. If her debut LP Sometimes I Sit and Think, And Sometimes I Just Sit finally heralded the arrival of a truly unique and distinctive songwriting voice, everything that has taken place after has only confirmed it. For being nominated for a Best New Artist at the Grammy Awards, to appearing on TV shows such as Jimmy Fallon, Ellen, The Colbert Show and Conan and, recently, closing out the latest season of Saturday Night Live, Barnett has shown that following her own idiosyncratic path is the best, surefire path to success.
Now, in keeping with her deliciously skewed sense of humor, Barnett reveals her best video yet, for her new single "Elevator Operator". Directed by Sunny Leunig (son of legendary Australian cartoonist Michael Leunig, who himself appears briefly in the video) and crammed with cameos from a raft of similarly off kilter, counterculture stars such as Sleater-Kinney, Magda Szubanski ("Kath & Kim"), Jeff Tweedy (Wilco), and musical Antipodean legends such as The Drones, Tim Rogers and Paul Kelly, it features Barnett as a harassed elevator operator encountering a series of strange, surreal characters before, just like the song itself, ending up on the rooftop of Melbourne's Nicholas Building with her band, looking over the ledge for "perception and clarity", imagining she's "playing Sim City". It is yet another potent reminder of what makes Courtney Barnett so inimitably Courtney Barnett - a gloriously odd and slyly humorous slice of life that only she can imbue with such wit and imagination.
Barnett will be returning to the US later this year to play the inaugural Sound On Sound festival in Austin as well as a show at the Ogden Theatre in Denver. These will be the last US shows for 2016.
UPCOMING TOUR DATES
7.8.16 - NOS Alive Festival - Lisbon, Portugal
7.9.16 - Bilbao BBK Live - Bilbao, Spain
7.10.16 - Musilac - Aix Les Bains, France
7.13.16 - Somerset House - London, United Kingdom
7.15.16 - Latitude Festival - Southwold, United Kingdown
7.17.16 - Longitude Festival - Dublin, Ireland
7.19.16 - Paleo Festival - Nyon, Switzerland
7.2216 - Fuji Rock Festival - Niigata, Japan
7.24.16 - Splendour In The Grass - Byron Bay, Australia
11.4.16 - Sound On Sound Fest - Mcdade, TX
11.8.16 - Ogden Theatre - Denver, CO
11.16.16 - Audio Club - Sao Paulo, Brazil
11.17.16 - Circo Voador - Rio De Janerio, Brazil
Friday, August 19th through Capitol Records. 'Say It Again' was co-written and produced by Greg Kurstin (Adele, Sia, Beck).
'Say It Again' is an expressively penned track with a melodic simplicity and infectious chorus that encapsulates Frances' innate skill of setting a visual story to music. Frances' storytelling ability breathes life into this lyrically poignant track. Speaking on the song, Frances says 'It's a wonderful feeling to be in love. But sometimes we all have moments where we want someone to say 'I love you' again, just so we can check we heard them right.'
In less than a year Frances has solidified herself as one of 2016's fastest rising stars, winning critical acclaim across the board, sweeping nominations for both the esteemed Brits Critics Choice and BBC Sound of 2016 Poll and hitting No.1 in Portugal on both the iTunes and Shazam charts with her debut single 'Grow' after a recent TV spot. 'Say It Again' is the follow-up to previous acclaimed singles 'Don't Worry About Me' (which amassed over four million streams on Spotify and hit Radio 1's B List) and the striking 'Borrowed Time', co-written with Howard Lawrence from Disclosure.
Frances made appearances at Coachella, The Great Escape and SxSW earlier this year, as well as performing a sold out show at KOKO in London in May as part of her UK headline tour. Last week Frances made her Glastonbury debut, performing an incredible show on the Pussy Parlure stage and a much heralded secret set on the BBC Introducing stage. This summer sees Frances perform at festival stages including Bestival, Latitude, T in The Park, Lollapalooza, Longitude and many more.
Forthcoming Festival Live Dates:
01.07.16 Blissfields Festival,
Frances releases her new single 'Say It Again' on Friday 1st of July, impacting Friday, August 19th through Capitol Records.
release a brand-new track, entitled "Sun Rays" today via all participating digital retailers. In June, the band unveiled the video for "Apricity," the title track from their upcoming new album out October 21st on Harvest Records, available for pre-order now. Those who pre-order the album will receive instant downloads of both "Apricity" and "Sun Rays" for which a video will be released in the coming weeks as part of a trilogy co-directed and conceptualized by singer-guitarist Liam Magill and Gavin Bush.
Syd Arthur is brothers Liam Magill, Joel Magill (bass, vocals), and Josh Magill (drums) and Raven Bush (violin, keyboards, mandolin). Formed in Canterbury, England, in 2003, the band has explored the myriad possibilities of improvisation, taking an exceptional approach born of prodigious musicianship, elemental songcraft, and an unabashed spirit of adventure. They have released three albums, including 2014's Sound Mirror, and earned recognition as a thrilling live act. Syd Arthur has played myriad UK headline shows and support slots alongside such artists as White Denim, Jonathan Wilson, The Pixies, Sean Lennon's The Ghost Of A Sabertooth Tiger, and Paul Weller.
Syd Arthur will hit the road with Jake Bugg on September 7th. Prior to that, they will perform at England's Bushstock and Glastonbury Festivals, as well as Riot Fest in Denver and the Sonic Boom Festival and X Fest in Canada. Please see below for all of the band's upcoming tour dates.
The track-list for Apricity is as follows:
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Syd Arthur Tour Dates With Jake Bugg:
09/07 Vancouver, BC Commodore Ballroom
09/08 Seattle, WA The Showbox
09/09 Portland, OR Oregon Zoo Amphitheater
09/10 Sacramento, CA Ace of Spades
09/12 San Francisco, CA Regency Ballroom
09/13 Los Angeles, CA The Wiltern
09/20 Milwaukee, WI Pabst Theatre
09/21 Detroit, MI Majestic Theatre
09/23 Millvale, PA Mr Smalls Theatre
09/25 Philadelphia, PA Theatre of the Living Arts
09/27 New York, NY Terminal 5
09/28 Boston, MA Royale
09/29 Washington, DC Lincoln Theatre
David Sandström (drums) states:
"To be blunt, MOAS is doing what the EU would be doing if it was a functioning political entity. They're getting shit done, picking drowning children, women and men out of the ocean and putting them on European shores. It's crucial work and a no-brainer for us to get behind."
The Swedish hardcore titans released Freedom, their first album in 17 years last summer. Freedom is the band's first new album since their iconic 1998 album The Shape of Punk to Come. If Shape blasted apart the constraints of the punk and hardcore world, Freedom goes a step further by incorporating the wide-ranging influences that have shaped band members’ personal taste. Refused will return to North America as support for Deftones in August and will perform at Riot Fest Chicago this Fall.
Praise for Refused Freedom:
“Casually foments one smart, inventive sonic squall of unorthodox riffage.” - Decibel
"Quite possibly the band's most electrifying and propulsive record to date." - Rolling Stone
"Full of youthful ambition and brash energy." - Noisey
"The reunited Swedish hardcore kings are a ridiculously fun live show." - Stereogum
"Captivatingly loose, experimental, and mature.” - FLOOD
"Arguably the highest level of enthusiasm of their collective careers." - SPIN
Refused Tour Dates:
Aug 2 Bethlehem, PA – Sands Bethlehem Event Center
Aug 3 Baltimore, MD – Pier Six Concert Pavilion
Aug 5 Brooklyn, NY – Coney Island Amphitheater
Aug 6 Philadelphia, PA – Festival Pier at Penn’s Landing
Aug 7 Uncasville, CT – Mohegan Sun Arena
Aug 9 Boston, MA – Blue Hills Pavilion
Aug 10 Asbury Park, NJ – Stone Pony Amphitheatre
Aug 13 Toronto, Canada – Arrow Hall
Sept 16-18 Chicago, IL – Riot Fest
Aug 2-13 w/ Deftones
The Philistines stream their entire full length debut today via The Obelisk (North America) and It's Psychedelic Baby (Europe). Hear The Backbone of Night, which The Obelisk says careens around "a wide swath of heavy psychedelia, garage, desert and other assorted rocks," in its entirety at theobelisk.net
Watch and share the band's energetic performance of album track "A Twitch of the Death Nerve" shot at KCPT TV in Kansas City, broadcast on 90.9 FM The Bridge via YouTube.
With a barrage of spaced-out, razor-sharp guitars, a grooving rhythmic onslaught, and melodic keyboard tapestries, The Philistines take vintage ideas and form them into modern psychedelic sonic movements.
The six-piece group has made a name for itself with forceful, engaging live shows that match its provocative, bombastic rock sound. Since The Philistines' inception in late 2013, they have become one of Kansas City's most recognized bands, supporting prominent touring acts, playing prestigious music festivals (including Middle of the Map Fest, Crossroads Music Fest, and Alejandro Escovedo's SXSW Day Party), and receiving a healthy amount of accolades in the local media, all before releasing their first album.
In 2015, the band began touring throughout the Midwest and working on its debut LP with engineer/producer Paul Malinowski (of Shiner) at Massive Sound Studios. The highly anticipated album, The Backbone of Night, is available May 27th, 2016 on The Record Machine.
THE PHILISTINES LIVE:
05/27 Wichita, KS @ Kirby's
05/28 North Kansas City, MO @ Voodo Lounge
06/04 Kansas City, MO @ The Living Room - Album release party
06/23 Lawrence, KS @ Replay Lounge
07/02 Omaha, NE @ Reverb Lounge
08/25 Kansas City, MO @ Riot Room