Monthly Archives: March 2016

Stream Max Graef & Glenn Astro’s ‘Where the Fuck Are My Hard Boiled Eggs?!’ for Free

Max Graef and Glenn Astro have announced that they will release their new album The Yard Work Simulator on May 27 via Ninja Tune.

They also shared audio teasers of tracks from the album;

“We wanted to make a dance record without the obvious components,” Graef explained in a statement.

The band’s friend, illustrator Rahel Süßkind, provided the artwork.

Catch Max Graef and Glenn Astro on the following dates;

M+G-Tour-2016


Oh Pep! Announces New Album & Tour Dates

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Image courtesy of Killbeat Music

Melbourne, Australia’s Oh Pep! Have announced that they will release their debut album Stadium Cake on June 24 via Dualtone/Dine Alone Records.

To celebrate, they have shared a free stream of ‘Doctor, Doctor’ from the album as well as a recent NPR Tiny Desk Concert;

The new album represents a coming of age for Olivia Hally and Pepita Emmerichs after they came together at music secondary school. They have three EPs under their belt since forming in 2012.

The band journeyed to Nova Scotia to work with producer Daniel Ledwell.

“It was such a joy to work with wunderkinds Oh Pep!,” Ledwell said in a statement. “When you have great songs and the creativity and talent to be innovative in the studio, it is hard not to have fun.”

(Oh Pep! ) introduced us to a lot of exciting new sounds. It was also the first time we’d multi-tracked and he made the process fun and easy. Working at Lake Echo was really inspiring,” he added.

Catch Oh Pep! on the following dates;

Apr 6 – The Jade Monkey, Adelaide, SA, Australia

Apr 8  – Northcote social club, Melbourne, VIC, Australia

Apr 10 – The Polish Club, Canberra, ACT, Australia

Apr 13 – Black Bear Lodge, Brisbane, NSW

Apr 14 – No. 5 Church St, Bellingen, NSW, Australia

Apr 15 – Oxford arts centre, Sydney, NSW, Australia

Apr 23 – CAFE DE LA DANSE, Paris, France*

Apr 25 – Komedia, Telscombe Cliffs, United Kingdom*

Apr 26 – Scala, London, United Kingdom*

Apr 28 – Whelans, Dublin, Ireland*

Apr 29 – Landmark, Bergen, Norway#

Apr 30 – Kägelbanan, Stockholme, Sweden#

May 1 – Smedjan, Tollered, Sweden#

May 2 – Revolver, Oslo, Norway#

May 3 – Mejeriet, Lund, Sweden#

May 4 – De Barras, Clonakilty, Co. Cork, Ireland

May 5 – Levis, Ballydehob, Co. Cork Ireland

May 6 – Ambigious Fiddle Presents: leap, Co.Cork, Ireland

May 7 – Roisin Dubh, Galway, Ireland

May 8 – Mullarkeys, Clifden, Co.Galway, Ireland

May 12 – After Dark, Dartington Hall, Tontes, Devon, UK

May 13 – Ruby lounge, Manchester, UK

May 14 – The Hug & Pint, Glasgow, Scotland

May 18 – The Greennote, London, UK

May 19-22 – The Great Escape, Brighton, UK

May 28 – Liverpool Sounds City, Liverpool, UK

Jun  2-5 – Primavara, Barcelona, Spain

Jun 6 – Fillmore Theatre, Philadelphia, PA+

Jun 7 – Wolf Trap, Vienna, VA+

Jun 8 – Red Hat Amphitheatre, Raliegh, NC+

Jun 24 – The Drake, Toronto, ON, Canada

Jun 29 – Mercury Lounge, New York, NY

Jul 7 – Jammin Java, Vienna, VA

Jul 8 – World Cafe Live, Philadelphia, PA

Jul 9 – Green River Festival, Northampton, MA

Jul 11 – Schubas, Chicago, IL

Jul 12 – Cedar Cultural Centre, Minneapolis, MN

Jul 25 – Mississippi Studios, Portland, OR

Jul 27 – Ricksaw Stop, San Francisco, CA

Jul 28 – Bootleg Theatre, Los Angeles, CA

Jul 30 – Casbah, San Diego, CA

Aug 1 – Larimer Lounge, Denver, CO

Aug 3 – The Demo, St. Louis, MO

Aug 4 – High Watt, Nashville, TN

Aug 5 – Evening Muse, Charlotte, NC

Aug 6 – Cats Cradle, Carrboro, NC

MORE CANADIAN DATES TO BE ANNOUNCED SOON

* w/ Lake Street Dive

# w/ Basia Balut

+ w/ Lord Huron and Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats

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1  Bushwick

2 Wanting

3 Crazy Feels

4 Doctor Doctor

5 Happenstance

6 The Situation

7 Tea, Milk & Honey

8 Only Everyone

9 Trouble Now

10 7 Babies

11 The Race

12 Afterwards


Stream G-Eazy’s ‘Order More’ Remix (Featuring Little Wayne & Yo Gotti) for Free

G-Eazy will perform at iHeartRadio Music Awards on April 3 at The Forum in Inglewood, California.

To celebrate, he’s shared a free stream of the remix of ‘Order More’, featuring Lil Wayne and Yo Gotti.

Catch G-Eazy on the following dates;

US TOUR DATES
WITH NEF THE PHARAOH, MARTY GRIMES, DAGHE:
* G-Eazy Only
3/29     Bloomington, IL – US Cellular Coliseum
3/30     Milwaukee, WI – Eagles Ballroom
3/31     Madison, WI – Alliant Energy Center
4/1       Duluth, MN – University of MN-Duluth*
4/2       Fargo, ND – Fargo Civic Center
4/4       Edmonton, AB – Shaw Conference Center
4/6       Vancouver, BC – PNE
4/7       Spokane, WA – Star Theatre
4/8       Eugene,OR – Matthew Knight Arena
4/9       Reno, NV – Reno Event Center
4/10     Bakersfield, CA – Rabobank Convention Center
4/11     Fresno, CA – Selland Arena
4/15     Indio, CA – Coachella*
4/19     Santa Barbara, CA – Santa Barbara Bowl
4/22     Indio, CA – Coachella*
4/23     Tucson, AZ – TCC
4/24     El Paso, TX – UTEP-Don Haskins
4/26     Baton Rouge, LA – Baton Rouge River Center
4/27     Birmingham, AL – Sloss Furnace
4/28     Simpsonville, SC – Charter Spectrum Amphitheater
4/30     West Palm Beach, FL – Sunfest (closing South Stage)*
EUROPE TOUR DATES WITH iLOVEMAKONNEN
5/7       Landstreffet Festival – Stavanger – Ålgård, Norway
5/8       Vega – Copenhagen, Denmark
5/10     Lido – Berlin, Germany
5/11     Batschkapp – Frankfurt, Germany
5/12     E-Werk – Cologne, Germany
5/13     Tonhalle – Munich, Germany
5/14     X-Tra – Zurich, Switzerland
5/17     Trianon – Paris, France
5/18     Ancienne Belgique – Brussels, Belgium
5/19     Melkweg (The Max) – Amsterdam, The Netherlands
5/21     The Garage – Glasgow, Scotland
5/22     Olympia Theatre – Dublin, Ireland
5/23     Manchester Ritz – Manchester, United Kingdom
5/24     O2 Institute Birmingham – Birmingham, United Kingdom
5/26     Koko – London, United Kingdom
5/27     Electric Brixton – London, United Kingdom

Stream Brian Eno’s ‘The Ship’ for Free

Brian Eno has shared a free stream of the title track from his forthcoming album The Ship, out on April 29 via Warp/Fontana North.

“The piece started as an Ambient work intended for a multi channel sound installation in Stockholm, but during the making of it I discovered that I could now sing a low C – which happens to be the root note of the piece. Getting older does have a few fringe benefits after all. From that point the work turned into an unusual kind of song…a type I’ve never made before where the vocal floats free, untethered to a rhythmic grid of any kind,” Eno said in a statement.


Stream Consolers’ ‘Harry’ for Free

Hanover indie rockers Consolers have shared a free stream of ‘Harry’ from their debut EP Astronaut Babes, out on April 29 via Diffus Tapes.

The band started life playing house parties in Hanover but it wasn’t long before they were touring Germany and Poland, making their festival debut at Lunatic Festival in 2015.

Consolers co-wrote and co-produced Astronaut Babes with Soren Christensen using a semi-disused tape machine.


Escondido Sign to Cadence Music

Nashville, TN duo Escondido, Jessica Maros and Tyler James, have released their second album, Walking With a Stranger, digitally via Cadence Music in Canada.

Cadence will release the album on CD and vinyl on May 13.

The band also offered up free streams of ‘Try’ and ‘Heart is Black’;

Our first record was lightning in a bottle,” James said in a statement. “This time around was a hibernation so we could dig into the arrangements and sounds.”

“We weren’t as precious about all the tracks being stylistically cohesive,” Maros added. “We just focused on writing good songs that come from an honest place.”

When Escondido came together in 2011, it marked a new chapter for the band’s members. Maros found success as a clothing and jewelry designer after the pair moved from Vancouver to Nashville for their music. Her jewelry has been worn by Prince and Lady Antebellum while her handmade dresses have been worn on the red carpet at the Oscars and CMAs.

James originally hails from a small town in Iowa and spent a decade touring as a solo artist before hooking up with Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros as a touring keyboard player in 2010.

Escondido recorded their 2013 debut album The Ghost of Escondido in a single day. The music received approval from David Lynch and was used in multiple movies and TV shows including HBO’s Girls and Sex Tape.

They have played on Conan and shared the stage with Lord Huron, The Lone Bellow, Wild Cub and Islands.

The band is currently on the road in support of Walking With a Stranger;

3.29 – Denver, CO / Lost Lake Lounge
4.4 – Seattle, WA / Tractor Tavern
4.5 – Portland, OR / Bunk Bar
4.7 – San Francisco, CA / Rickshaw Stop
4.9 – Los Angeles, CA / The Echo
4.10 – San Diego, CA / Casbah
4.12 – Phoenix, AZ / The Rebel Lounge
4.14 – San Antonio, TX / 502 Bar
4.15 – New Orleans, LA / Gasa Gasa
4.22 – Nashville, TN / Mercy Lounge
4.30 – Memphis, TN / Beale Street Music Fest
5.13 – Pioneertown, CA / Pappy & Harriet’s
6.8 – Washington DC / Jammin Java
6.10 – Philadelphia, PA / World Cafe Live Upstairs
6.11 – New York, Ny / Mercury Lounge
6.13 – Portsmouth, NH / 3S Artspace
6.14 – Boston, MA / Great Scott
7.16/17 – Birmingham, AL / Sloss Fest
1. Footprints
2. Heart Is Black
3. Apartment
4. Idiot
5. Try
6. Gambling Man
7. Uh Huh
8. Leaving Brooklyn
9. Moon Child
10. Midnight Train

Stream Teen Suicide’s It’s the Big Joyous Celebration, Let’s Stir the Honeypot for Free

Teen Suicide have shared a free stream of It’s the Big Joyous Celebration, Let’s Stir the Honeypot ahead of its April 1 release date on Run For Cover Records.

The band also announced the dates of their spring tour;

Apr 20 – Dallas TX @ Gas Monkey$
Apr 22 – Tempe AZ @ The Marquee$
Apr 23 – San Diego CA @ House of Blues$
Apr 24 – Anaheim CA @ House of Blues$
Apr 26 – Los Angeles CA @ Echoplex$
Apr 27 – San Francisco CA @ Slim’s$
Apr 29 – Portland OR @ Wonder Ballroom$
Apr 30 – Seattle WA @ The Showbox$
May 2 – Salt Lake City UT @ Club Sound$
May 3 – Denver CO The @ The Summit Music Hall$
May 5 – St. Louis MO @ The Ready Room$
May 6 – Chicago IL @ Concord Music Hall$
May 7 – Milwaukee WI @ The Rave$
May 8 – Pontiac MI @ The Crofoot Ballroom$
May 10 – Cleveland OH @ House of Blue$
May 11 – Pittsburgh PA @ Stage AE – Indoor$
May 12 – Philadelphia PA @ Theatre of Living Arts$
May 13 – New York NY @ Webster Hall$
May 14 – Worcester MA @ The Palladium$
May 15 – Sayreville NJ @ Starland Ballroom$
May 17 – Washington DC @ 9:30 Club$
May 19 – Carrboro NC @ Cat’s Cradle$
May 20 – Wilmington NC @ Ziggy’s By The Sea$
May 21 – Atlanta GA @ The Masquerade$
May 22 – Nashville TN @ Marathon Music Works$
May 24 – Orlando FL @ Beacham Theater$
May 25 – Tampa FL @ The Ritz Ybor$
May 27 – Houston TX @ House of Blues$
May 28 – Austin TX @ Scoot Inn$

$ = w/ Say Anything, mewithoutYou, Museum Mouth