Finish Ticket on tour this Summer with Miniature Tigers.

posted by Vu Nguyen

Finish Ticket on tour this Summer with Miniature Tigers.

Remaining Tour dates:

July 24 – Jackpot Music Hall – Lawrence, KS
July 25 – Slowdown Jr. – Omaha, NE
July 27 – Kilby Court – Salt Lake City, UT
July 29 – The Vera Project – Seattle, WA
July 30 – Holocene – Portland, OR
August 1 – The Echo – Los Angeles, CA
August 3 – Crescent Ballroom – Phoenix, AZ
August 5 – The Korova – San Antonio, TX
August 9 – Golden Gate Park Outside Lands Festival – San Francisco, CA
August 20 – Studio at Webster Hall – New York, NY

Debut EP from New Jersey alt band Young Rising Sons out now

posted by Vu Nguyen

New Jersey alt band Young Rising Sons release their debut 4-song EP today on "Dirty Canvas/Interscope Records". The EP contains the current single “High” which went viral on social media in a digital storm of shares last month when they released the summertime, feel-good
video. The EP also contains the contagious song “King Of The World” which premiered last week on Pigeons and Planes. The other 2 songs on the EP Turnin' and Red & Gold are both equally infectious and another sign of what’s to come for this talented 4 piece.

Young Rising Sons are coming up swift and steady with the release of their EP as well as heading out on a tour with Little Daylight this August. "High" even caught the attention of BBC Radio 1's tastemaker DJ Zane Lowe and the track was named as Zane's "Next Hype" track receiving continued plays on his show.

Showing no signs of slowing down, the group have stepped into the big leagues with style and talent.

Upcoming Tour Dates:
August 7 // The Basement, Columbus, OH // with Little Daylight
August 8 // Mercy Lounge, Nashville, TN // with Little Daylight
August 9 // Drunken Unicorn, Atlanta, GA // with Little Daylight
August 11 // House of Blues - Bronze Peacock, Houston, TX // with Little Daylight
August 12 // Stubbs JR, Austin, TX // with Little Daylight
August 13 // House of Blues - Cambridge Room, Dallas, TX // with Little Daylight
August 15 // Larimer Lounge, Denver, CO // with Little Daylight
August 18 // Club Congress Phoenix, AZ // with Little Daylight
August 19 // Voodoo Room, San Diego, CA // with Little Daylight
August 20 // Troubadour, Los Angeles, CA // with Little Daylight
September 15 // Marathon Music Work, Nashville, TN // with Kongos
September 20 // Metro, Chicago, IL // with Kongos
September 21 // The Wisconsin Union Theatre, Madison, WI // with Kongos
September 22 // Sokol Auditorium, Omaha, NE // with Kongos
October 2 // Event Center at San Jose State University, San Jose, CA // with Weezer and Kongos

Quintron And Miss Pussycat Announce US Tour || New Album Forthcoming In Fall

posted Jul 22, 2014, 6:40 AM by Vu Nguyen

Quintron and Miss Pussycat have been making genre-defying noise and hard rocking dance music in New Orleans for over fifteen years. The majority of their 14 full-length albums have the psychedelic soul of traditional New Orleans party music filtered through a tough distorted Hammond B-3 and a cache of self-made electronic instruments. Quintron has also released strange soundscapes based on inner-city field recordings of frogs and neighborhood ambiance as well as holing himself up in THE NEW ORLEANS MUSEUM OF ART for three months to create the double LP, "Sucre Du Sauvage" (Goner, 2011).

In addition to his own recordings, Quintron has played organ on a number of other records, most notably THE OBLIVIANS "9 Songs" and STEVE RILEY AND THE MAMOU PLAYBOYS "Grand Isle" which was nominated for a Grammy in 2012 and featured the Quintron penned song "Chatterbox".  In the spring of 2014 Quintron and Miss Pussycat were invited to be resident artists at the ROBERT RAUSCHENBERG FOUNDATION in Captiva Florida. Quintron took that time to complete his weather controlled analog drone synthesizer called WEATHER WARLOCK and Miss Pussycat invented an inflatable puppet theater that fits into her purse.

In late 1999, Quintron patented an instrument called THE DRUM BUDDY, a light activated analog synthesizer that creates murky, low-fidelity, rhythmic patterns. A few high profile DRUM BUDDY clients include guitar virtuoso Nels Cline, Laurie Anderson, Fred Armisen (of SNL / Portlandia but also a life-long musician), and DJ Mr. Dibbs of the Minneapolis Hip Hop group Atmosphere.

MISS PUSSYCAT plays maracas and sings, as well as entertaining all age groups with her highly amusing technicolor puppet shows. Hers are complex puppet shows beautifully crafted for intimate venues of late night drinking and dancing: tactile, idiosyncratic characters, pithy dialogue, electronically pixilated soundtracks, and trippy black light effects create a visual and engaging overture/finale to Quintron and Miss Pussycat's music sets. Quintron aids in puppet manipulation and voicing. Miss Pussycat, in turn, sings both lead and back-up vocals and plays maracas during Quintron's performances.

The Quintron / Miss Pussycat experience is one of barely controlled electronic chaos, "Swamp-Tech" dance beats, small explosions, incredible clothes, and entertaining puppet stories. You can see them perform regularly at the SPELLCASTER LODGE New Orleans, Louisiana or on one of their many tours around the world. This act somehow has equal relevance in sleazy nightclubs, pizza restaurants, and university lecture halls."

Tour Dates:

Sep 4 - Knoxville, TN- Pilot Light
Sep 6 - Lafayette, GA- Cherokee Farm
Nov 2 - New Orleans, LA- Voodoo Festival at City Park
Nov 7 - Memphis, TN- Hi Tone !
Nov 8 - St. Louis, MI – Firebird *
Nov 9 - Lawrence, KS- Replay Lounge *
Nov 10 - Iowa City, IA- The Mill *
Nov 11 - St. Paul, MN- Turf Club *
Nov 12 - Milwaukee, WI- Cactus Club *
Nov 14 - Chicago, IL- Hideout *
Nov 15 - Ann Arbor, MI- Blind Pig
Nov 16 - Cleveland, OH- Beachland Tavern
Nov 18 - Buffalo, NY- Buffalo Iron Works
Nov 19 - Toronto, ON- Horseshoe Tavern
Nov 20 - Ottawa, ON- House of Targ
Nov 21 - Montreal, qc – Il Motore
Nov 22 - Winooski, VT – Monkey House
Nov 23 - Portland, ME-The Space Gallery
Nov 25 - Allston, MA- Great Scott
Nov 29 - Brooklyn, NY- Baby's All Right
Dec 1 - Asheville, NC- Double Crown
Dec 2 - Durham, NC- The Pinhook
Dec 3- Savannah, GA- Dollhouse Studios & Productions
Dec 4 - Tallahassee, FL- Club Downunder (FSU)
Dec 8 - Orlando, FL- Will's Pub #
Dec 9 - Jacksonville, FL- Underbelly #

* w/ Babes
! w/ Manatees
# w/ White Mystery

Erasure Reveals New Single, Worldwide Tour Details

posted Jul 21, 2014, 8:25 AM by Vu Nguyen

(Vince Clarke and Andy Bell) has unveiled the first track from their eagerly awaited new album, The Violet Flame. ‘Elevation’ is out on July 22nd, preceding the album release on  September 23rd, 2014.
Listen to the brand new track - a hedonistic, euphoric rush of ode-to-love just waiting to fill dance floors far and wide this summer.
From the moment that The Violet Flame opens, the listener is drawn into Erasure’s empowering sense of optimism. Once again - as they approach 30 years of songwriting, having sold 25 million albums and achieved more than 40 hit singles - with their 16th studio album, the globally-adored duo of Andy Bell and Vince Clarke have created another stunning success of emotionally-charged electro-pop with euphoric, synth-fuelled melodies that strike instantly to the heart.
The Violet Flame, recorded in New York and London and produced by Richard X, sees Erasure express an infectious zest for the future. The album’s creation – so soon after the release of 2013’s Snow Globe - followed a different path to previous Erasure releases. As ever, the songwriting was entirely collaborative but this time, the warmth of Miami gave a perfect backdrop for the album writing and the starting point, unusually, was Vince’s pre-recorded dance grooves. This proved to be a more instant method of songwriting which saw the songs flow at great speed.
“I found them very inspiring and the tunes just came out”, reflects Andy. “This time it was much more off the top of the head. All that we said was that we’d like to make an uptempo dance record. And that’s how it came out.”
The Violet Flame is available now to pre-order. As well as the standard version, The Violet Flame will be available as limited 2CD edition, which features Erasure’s legendary live performance at Mute’s Short Circuit festival in 2011. In addition, there will be exclusive versions which include the 3CD deluxe box set as well as a VIP ticket bundle which will feature the album, premium ticket and opportunities to meet the band and much, much more.

The Violet Flame Tour begins in Miami on September 12th, with special shows through the US including Las Vegas in Halloween and New York City on New Year’s Eve (full details below). Tickets are on sale now, full details from:

Dead Of Night
Be The One
Under The Wave
Smoke and Mirrors
Stayed A Little Late Tonight
1 August – CarFest Chesire -
22 August – CarFest Hampshire -
12 Sep - Miami, FL, Fillmore Miami Beach, USA – w/ NINA
13 Sep - Orlando, FL, House of Blues, USA - w/ NINA
14 Sep - St. Petersburg, FL, Mahaffey Theatre, USA - w/ NINA
17 Sep - Atlanta, GA, Symphony Hall, USA - w/ NINA
19 Sep - Washington, DC, 9:30 Club, USA - w/ NINA
20 Sep – Washington, DC, 9:30 Club - w/ NINA
21 Sep - Reading, PA, Santander Performing Arts Center, USA – w/ All Hail The Silence
26 Sep - Atlantic City, NJ, Borgata - The Music Box, USA w/ All Hail The Silence
27 Sep - Boston, MA, House of Blues, USA - w/ All Hail The Silence
28 Sep - Homestead, PA, Carnegie Music Hall of Homestead, USA w/ All Hail The Silence
30 Sep - Toronto, ON, Danforth Music Hall, CANADA - w/ All Hail The Silence
1 Oct - Royal Oak, MI (Detroit), Royal Oak Music Theatre, USA - w/ All Hail The Silence
3 Oct - Chicago, IL, Chicago Theatre, USA - w/ All Hail The Silence
4 Oct - Chicago, IL, Chicago Theatre, USA - w/ All Hail The Silence
5 Oct - Milwaukee, WI, Pabst Theatre, USA - w/ All Hail The Silence
8 Oct - Nashville, TN, War Memorial Auditorium, USA - w/ All Hail The Silence
10 Oct - Houston, TX, Bayou Music Center, USA – w/ Dangerous Muse
11 Oct - Houston, TX, Bayou Music Center, USA - w/ Dangerous Muse
12 Oct - San Antonio, TX, Tobin Center for the Perf. Arts, USA - w/ Dangerous Muse
14 Oct - Dallas, TX. House of Blues, USA - w/ Dangerous Muse
15 Oct - Dallas, TX, House of Blues, USA - w/ Dangerous Muse
17 Oct - New Orleans, LA, House of Blues, USA – w/ Superhumanoids
18 Oct - Austin, TX, ACL Live, USA - w/ Superhumanoids
19 Oct - Austin, TX, ACL Live, USA - w/ Superhumanoids
21 Oct - Phoenix, AZ, Comerica Theatre, USA - w/ Superhumanoids
22 Oct - San Diego, CA, Humphrey's, USA - w/ Superhumanoids
24 Oct - Los Angeles, CA, Hollywood Palladium, USA - w/ Superhumanoids
25 Oct - Los Angeles, CA, Hollywood Palladium, USA - w/ Superhumanoids
26 Oct - Ventura, CA, Ventura Theatre, USA - w/ Superhumanoids
28 Oct - Denver, CO, Ogden Theatre, USA - w/ Superhumanoids
29 Oct - Salt Lake City, UT         Capitol Theatre, USA - w/ Superhumanoids
31 Oct - Las Vegas, NV, Palms Casino Resort, USA - w/ Brian Evans
1 Nov - Oakland, CA, The Fox, USA - w/ Superhumanoids
8 Nov – Belfast, Ulster Hall, UK – w/ Chad Valley
9 Nov – Dublin, Olympia, IRELAND - w/ Chad Valley
12 Nov – Reading, Hexagon, UK - w/ Chad Valley
13 Nov – Southampton, Guildhall, UK - w/ Chad Valley
14 Nov – Reading, Hexagon, UK - w/ Chad Valley
15 Nov – Nottingham, Royal Concert Hall, UK - w/ Chad Valley
16 Nov – Guildford, G Live, UK - w/ Chad Valley
17 Nov – Bristol, Colston Hall, UK – w/ Nights
19 Nov – Aberdeen, Music Hall, UK - w/ Nights
20 Nov – Edinburgh, Corn Exchange, UK - w/ Nights
21 Nov – Glasgow, O2 Academy, UK - w/ Nights
23 Nov – Brighton, Dome, UK - w/ Nights
24 Nov – Cardiff, St. David's Hall, UK - w/ Nights
25 Nov – Preston, Guildhall, UK - w/ Nights
28 Nov- Newcastle, O2 Academy, UK - w/ Nights
29 Nov – Wolverhampton, Civic, UK – w/ Shelter
30 Nov – Manchester, Apollo, UK - w/ Shelter
4 Dec – Cologne, Palladium, GERMANY - w/ Shelter
5 Dec- Dresden, Schlachthof, GERMANY - w/ Shelter
7 Dec – Hamburg, CCH1, GERMANY - w/ Shelter
9 Dec – Berlin, Columbiahalle, GERMANY - w/ Shelter
10 Dec – Aarhus, Musikhus, DENMARK - w/ Shelter
11 Dec – Copenhagen, TAP 1, DENMARK - w/ Shelter
14 Dec – London, Forum, UK
15 Dec – London, Forum, UK
30 Dec - New York, NY Terminal 5, USA
31 Dec - New York, NY Terminal 5, USA


posted Jul 21, 2014, 8:22 AM by Vu Nguyen

Kevin Drew, leader of Broken Social Scene, has announced that he will take songs off of his new album Darlings (out now via Arts & Crafts) on the road as he tours the U.S. with Belle & Sebastian. He will also tour with J Mascis of Dinosaur Jr. These shows are in addition to previously announced Canadian dates with Modest Mouse, and an American show with Thurston Moore. See below to find a show near you, and PRESS HERE to get your tickets now.

Drew recently teamed up with comedian Zach Galifianakis and fellow-Canadian singer/songwriter Feist for the gorgeous and hilarious music video for “You In Your Were.” PRESS HERE to watch the video via Funny or Die, and perhaps pick up some new dance moves. Arts & Crafts and have made the stems for “You In Your Were” available for fans to make their own remixes – PRESS HERE to make your own version.

Tour Dates

7/22/14                            Calgary, AB, Canada / MacEwan Hall *
7/23/14                            Calgary, AB, Canada / MacEwan Hall *
7/24/14                            Edmonton, AB, Canada / Shaw Conference Center *
7/25/14                            Regina, SK, Canada / Conexus Art Center *
7/26/14                            Saskatoon, SK, Canada / O-Brian’s Event Center *
7/27/14                            Winnipeg, MB, Canada / Burton Cummings Theater
7/31/14                             London, ON, Canada / London Music Hall *
8/1/14                               Toronto, ON, Canada / The Echo Beach *
8/2/14                              Montreal, QC, Canada / Osheaga Festival
8/9/14                              Squamish, BC, Canada / Squamish Festival
8/22/14                            Ottawa, ON, Canada / Arboretum Festival
9/23/14                            Portland, ME / Port City Music Hall
9/24/14                            Boston, MA / Royale
9/26/14                            Brooklyn, NY / Music Hall of Williamsburg
9/27/14                            Washington, D.C. / 930 Club %
9/28/14                            Philadelphia, PA / World Café Live
9/30/14                           Birmingham, AL / Bottletree
10/1/14                             Nashville, TN / Exit/In^
10/2/14                            Athens, GA / 40 Watt Club^
10/3/14                            Atlanta, GA / Terminal West^
10/4/14                            Louisville, KY / Zanzabar^
10/5/14                            St. Louis, MO / Off Broadway^
10/6/14                             Los Angeles, CA / The Theatre at Ace Hotel &
10/7/14                             Los Angeles, CA / The Theatre at Ace Hotel &   
10/8/14                            Phoenix, AZ / Civic Space Park &

* with Modest Mouse
% with Thurston Moore
^ with J Mascis
& with Belle & Sebastian

ROYKSOPP & ROBYN reveal brand new video/short film for 'Do It Again'

posted Jul 21, 2014, 8:19 AM by Vu Nguyen

The video for ‘Do It Again’ was shot in Mexico by award-winning Danish filmmaker Martin de Thurah. The short film is called ‘Our Hearts' Desires' and is set in an unspecified era where a revolution is in the making. It tells the story of desire, ecstasy and forbidden love.  Says de Thurah, "'Do It Again' feels like it's an unstoppable pop mantra of something out of hand. A spiralling hypnotic maelstrom. The video touches our hearts' desires:  deep passions; revolutions full of hope and excitement; a dream of freedom; obsession; the ecstasy and escapism; the darkness. And it ends in a mix of violence and laughter, freedom and the loss of free will. All of this somehow ends on a note of hope through struggle. Something worth fighting for. Do it again."  Read more about the collaboration between Martin de Thurah, Röyksopp & Robyn on Dazed Digital.

Svein Berge from Röyksopp adds “I feel that the video in a clever way manages to emphasize one of the main themes of the song - doing something that might be considered morally wrong, and yet going through with it, fully aware of the consequences and potential repercussions. Some of these actions are driven by choice - others by necessity." Robyn concurs, saying, "I’m pleased that, for me, the video stirs up a feeling of chaos which is what we talked about quite a bit when we wrote 'Do It Again.' Life takes you to a critical point and even though it might not make you happy, when it´s over, you want to go back.” Adds Röyksopp's Torbjørn Brundtland, “Being there on these locations, the crew, the actors and the locals made it an unforgettable experience. Oh, and yes, in a good way, I might add."

Röyksopp and Robyn are currently playing their sold-out ‘Do It Again’ tour with dates throughout Europe, Scandinavia, America and Canada. Robyn and Röyksopp leave the Bowl dancing, and far from alone.” (Los Angeles Times)

Röyksopp and Robyn’s ‘Do It Again’ mini-album hit #1 on the iTunes Electronic chart in over 10 countries including the UK, U.S, Germany, Sweden, Holland, Canada and Japan and entered Top 10 on the iTunes Album chart in over 10 countries including U.S, Australia and France with a #1 chart position in Sweden. ‘Do It Again’ entered the Official UK Album Chart mid week at #8. The ‘Do It Again’ mini-album serves as an introduction to the new Röyksopp album. Details to be announced.

‘Do It Again’ tracklisting:

1. Monument

2. Sayit

3. Do It Again

4. Every Little Thing

5. Inside The Idle Hour Club

‘Do It Again’ tour dates below: 

August 8         Øya Festival (Norway)

August 9         Way Out West Festival (Sweden)

August 10      Flow Festival (Finland)

August 15      Pukkelpop (Belgium)

August 20      Pier 97 (New York, NY, US)

August 21      Wolftrap (Washington, DC, US)

August 22      HB Pavilion (Boston, MA, US)

August 24      Pritzker Pavilion (Chicago, IL, US)

August 25      Echo Beach (Toronto, ON, Canada)

August 27      Red Rocks Amphitheater (Denver, CO, US)

August 30      Zurich Open Air (Switzerland)

La Roux's "Trouble In Paradise" Out Next Week! Announces Nationwide Fall Headlining Tour

posted Jul 17, 2014, 9:36 PM by Vu Nguyen

La Roux's highly anticipated sophomore release, Trouble In Paradise is set to hit next week, July 22nd via Cherrytree/Interscope Records. Listen to the album in full now via iTunes First Play ( then pre-order your copy with three immediate song downloads ( The already acclaimed upcoming release features nine tracks, each written and performed by multi-instrumentalist Elly Jackson and co-produced with Ian Sherwin. The reviews coming in have been incredible with Rolling Stone raving, "her vintage synth-pop magnificence…has warmed into the sort of electro-disco drama you imagine the Daft Punk robots blasting as they cruise down Highway 1." while Billboard exclaimed, "La Roux returns with a bold new look and a thrilling new sound." We couldn't agree more!

On the eve of release for Trouble in Paradise, La Roux has also announced a fall headlining tour that will kick off in Canada at Vancouver's Commodore Ballroom on September 18 before heading stateside for a ten show run. The dates will see her crisscrossing the country before wrapping in New York City at Terminal 5 on October 4th.

La Roux (Cherrytree/Interscope Records) blew up internationally, going platinum and gold in multiple countries. Stateside, multi-platinum hit single "Bulletproof" soared up the Billboard Hot 100 charts making its way to the Top Ten where it stayed for weeks. The debut release also garnered a GRAMMY for Best Electronic/Dance Album amongst other illustrious honors including nominations for a Mercury Prize, MTV Europe Award, MTV Woodie and two Brit Awards.  

Don't miss your chance to see La Roux perform new music live this fall:

09/18/2014      Vancouver, BC        Commodore Ballroom
09/19/2014      Seattle, WA            The Showbox @ The Market
09/20/2014     Portland, OR            Wonder Ballroom
09/22/2014     Oakland, CA            Fox Theatre
09/23/2014     Los Angeles, CA      The Fonda Theatre
09/26/2014     Salt Lake City, UT    In The Venue
09/27/2014     Boulder, CO            Boulder Theatre
09/29/2014     Minneapolis, MN      First Avenue
10/01/2014      Chicago, IL            Concord Music Hall
10/02/2014      Detroit, MI             St. Andrews Hall
10/04/2014      New York, NY          Terminal 5

Ben Frost: NEW Tour Dates

posted Jul 17, 2014, 3:10 PM by Vu Nguyen

has just released details of his autumn live dates, announcing shows in Europe, Japan, Canada, US and Mexico. The tour starts on September 20th in Oslo and includes performances at Unsound Festival (Poland), Mutek (Mexico) and ClubToClub (Italy) - with further dates to be announced.
These dates follow the release of Ben Frost’s acclaimed album, A U R O R A, out now on Mute / Bedroom Community (Iceland). Already a critics favorite, A U R O R A has been featured heavily in ‘Albums of the Year So Far’ lists and is described by The Wire as “Frost’s most fully realised work to date”, by Rolling Stone as having “garnered enough enthusiasm to snowball into the ambient event of the year” and by Resident Advisor as “the darkest and most powerful recording of his career”.
The album was performed by Ben Frost with Greg Fox, Shahzad Ismaily and Thor Harris and largely written in Eastern DR Congo. Starved of all the adornments of its predecessor (2009’s BY THE THROAT), A U R O R A is wholly absent of guitar, of piano, of string instruments and natural wooden intimacy. Instead, it offers a defiant new world of fiercely synthetic shapes and galactic interference, pummelling skins and pure metals.

August 15th--Jabberwocky Festival--London, ENGLAND-
September 20th--Ultima Contemporary Music Festival--Oslo, NORWAY-
September 21st--Landmark @ Bergen Kunsthall—Bergen, NORWAY-
September 22nd—Tavastia--Helsinki, FINLAND-
September 24th--Museum of Modern Ukrainian Art—Kiev, UKRAINE-
September 25th--TodaysArt Festival--Den Haag, HOLLAND-
September 26th--Bozar Electronic Arts Festival—Brussels, BELGIUM-
October 1st—Conpass--Osaka, JAPAN-
October 2nd--WWW presents--Tokyo, JAPAN-
October 4th--Amplifest 2014--Porto, PORTUGAL-
October 5th--Denovali Swingfest--Essen, GERMANY-
October 16th--Unsound Festival--Krakow, POLAND-
North American Tour Dates:
October 19th--Contemporary Arts Centre--Cincinnati, OH-
October 22nd--Sala Rossa--Montreal, QC, CANADA -
October 23rd--Le Cercle--Quebec City, QC, CANADA -
October 25th--MUTEK.MX2014--Mexico City, MEXICO -
October 28th--Club Los Globos--Los Angeles, CA-
October 29th--Grey Area Gallery--San Francisco, CA-

November 5th--RoBOt Paths--Bologna, ITALY-
November 6th—ClubToClub--Torino, ITALY-
November 7th--RomaEuropa Festival--Rome, ITALY-
November 8th--Time Zones, Bari--ITALY-
November 20th--Le Guess Who Festival?--Utrecht, THE NETHERLANDS-
November 21st--St. Ghetto Festival--Bern, SWITZERLAND-

Frog Eyes set to tour North America for the first time in four years in support of Carey's Cold Spring

posted Jul 17, 2014, 10:44 AM by Vu Nguyen

Frog Eyes 

Carey's Cold Spring 

(Paper Bag)

Street Date: June 17, 2014 


Track List:

1. The Road is Long    
2. The Country Child    
3. Your Holiday Treat    
4. Don't Give Up Your Dreams    
5. Needle in the Sun    
6. Noni's Got a Taste For the Bright Red Air Jordans    
7. A Duration of Starts and Lines That Form Code    
8. Seven Daughters    
9. Claxxon's Lament
Frog Eyes is set to tour North America in support of the physical release of the acclaimed Carey's Cold Spring.  Only a few months ago it appeared that Carey Mercer would not be touring any longer when he was diagnosed with throat cancer.  Recently, Mercer was given a clean bill of health and was cleared to begin touring.  A full list of dates can be found below. 
Paper Bag Records will release Carey's Cold Spring on vinyl and compact disc worldwide on June 17th. The label will also be releasing Carey Mercer's book called Clouds of Evil, a collection of essays compiled for his son Ivan. Essay titles include:"A Story about the Time I Broke Up Wolf Parade, a Popular Independent Rock Band, by Starring in Their music Video and accepting One Thousand of Their Dollars" and"A Few recollections of the Time my Band FrogEyes Went to Moscow."
Just two days after Carey Mercer completed the final mixes for the record, he received a call from his doctor telling him that he had throat cancer. He had been working on the album since 2010 and chose to self-release the record through Bandcamp.
News like this has a way of understandably overshadowing the music itself, and, thankfully, Mercer's cancer seems to be departed, leaving us the opportunity to appreciate the record without such a dire context. The joy here is tripled: he's not going to die, and, as a bonus, the record is awesome. And these victories are made even sweeter with the addition of tour dates.
Mercer explains that Carey's Cold Spring is not only built from personal experiences but also from what he saw over the last three years of recording: riots, storms, mass protests, the dissolution of any collective faith in our political and economic institutions. But it's not all doom and gloom: He describes the record's duality: "deeply fearful, almost paranoid, the sound of a person grinding his or her teeth in the night. But just a part of it. It's also the sound of the birds in the morning, I hope."
August 14 Victoria, BC. Centennial Square
August 18 Detroit, MI. The Pike Room*
August 19 Toronto, ON. The Drake*
August 20 Ottawa, ON. Mavericks*
August 21 Montreal, QC. II Motore*
August 22 Boston, MA. Cafe 939*
August 23 New York, NY. Rough Trade*
August 25 Washington, DC. DC9*
August 26 Columbus, OH. Rumba Cafe*
August 27 Chicago, IL. Schubas*

* = w/ PS I Love You

Panama Announces U.S. Summer Headline Tour; Always EP Out Now On 300 Entertainment

posted Jul 11, 2014, 11:04 PM by Vu Nguyen

Hot off the back of their celebrated live showcases at SXSW and signing to 300 Entertainment in the U.S., Panama will return to the states next month for their first ever U.S. headline tour which includes a date with Chvrches. The highly anticipated release of their 2013 EP, Always, which was re-released in March by 300 Entertainment with new single, "Strange Feeling," saw Panama soar to the top of the Hype Machine charts, accruing almost 2 million Soundcloud plays, BBC Radio 1 airplay and taking out a coveted spot in Triple J's iconic Hottest 100. More recently, Panama's "Always" has provided the soundtrack for a Banana Republic ad campaign and been in rotation on Sirius Alt Nation. Panama will bring an all new live show to their burgeoning U.S. fan base before heading to Europe for a round of festival performances. A full list of tour dates is below.



Fri. July 25 - New York, NY @ Baby's All Right

Sun. July 27 - Philadelphia, PA @ XO Lounge

Mon. July 28 - Columbus, OH @ The Basement

Wed. July 30 - Kalamazoo, MI @ District Square

Thu. July 31 - Chicago, IL @ The Vic (w/ Chvrches)

Fri. Aug. 1 - Milwaukee, WI @ Urban Island Beach Party

Sat. Aug. 2 - Minneapolis, MN @ Triple Rock

Mon. Aug. 4 - Kansas City, MO @ Riot Room

Fri. Aug. 8 - Denver, CO @ Moe's

Sun. Aug. 10 - Santa Barbara, CA @ SOhO

Mon. Aug. 11 - Los Angeles, CA @ Bardot (It's A School Night)

Sat. Aug. 16 - Burgos, ES @ Sonorama Festival

Sun. Aug. 17 - Bjordinghausen, NL @ Lowlands Festival

Tue. Aug. 19 - Berlin, DE @ Berghain Kantine

Thu. Aug. 21 - Lisbon, PT @ Paredes De Coura Festival

Fri. Aug. 22 - Reading, UK @ Reading Festival

Sat. Aug. 23 - Leeds, UK @ Leeds Festival

Tue. Aug. 26 - London, UK @ Hoxton Bar & Grill

Wed. Aug. 27 - Paris, FR @ La Maroquinerie

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