NYC Shows This Week!

MONDAY

 

J. Roddy Walston and The Business, These United States, MyNameIsJohnMichael
@ Brooklyn Bowl

Le Sphinxxx, Ah, Moskva!, The Magick Report, Great Republic of Rough and Ready, Great Republic of Rough and Ready, Sonia Megias
@ Cake Shop

TUESDAY

 

Vivian Girls, Widowspeak, Colleen Green @ 285 Kent Avenue

 

Urge Overkill, Blackbells @ Bowery Ballroom

 

Project Jenny / Project Jan, Murder Mystery @ Mercury Lounge

 

The Head and the Heart, Luke Rathborne (early show) @ Mercury Lounge

 

Cassettes Won’t Listen, The Freeze Tag, Turnbull Green, Grimace, Eka, Echoes Alike @ The Rock Shop

 

Lykke Li, Grimes @ Webster Hall

 

WEDNESDAY

Sam Roberts Band, The Rassle, Anthony D’amato @  Bowery Ballroom

 

Dustin Wong, Hear Hums, Emily Reo, Dark Sea of Awareness,             Philip Seymour Hoffman  @ Silent Barn

The Felice Brothers, Shovels and Rope, RIG 1 @ The Bell House

 

Elvis Costello and the Imposters @ The Wellmont Theatre

 

Fleet Foxes, The Cave Singers @ United Palace Theatre

 

Lykke Li, Grimes @ Webster Hall

 

THURSDAY

 

Adele, Civil Wars @ Beacon Theater

 

Junip, Acrylics, High Highs @ Bowery Ballroom

 

The Pains of Being Pure at Heart, Dream Diary, Sea Lions, Gold-Bears, Amida, Pet Milk @ Cake Shop

 

The Antlers, Little Scream @ Music Hall of Williamsburg

 

Cave In, Make Do and Mend, Janes Plotkin @ Santos Party House

 

White Lies, School of Seven Bells, Sun Airway @ Terminal 5

 

The Felice Brothers, Tom Brosseau @ The Bell House

 

Fleet Foxes, The Cave Singers @ United Palace Theatre

FRIDAY

The Antlers, Little Scream @ Bowery Ballroom

Cymbals Eat Guitars, The Yellow Dogs, Mirror Mirror, Radical Dads @ Glasslands

Dan Deacon, Hesta Prynn (DJ Set) @ Museum of Natural History

Thurston Moore, Eileen Myles, I Feel Tractor @ Music Hall of Williamsburg

Real Estate, Julian Lynch, Big Troubles, Family Portrait @ The Bell House

Robbers on High Street, Underthings, The Totallys @ The Gutter

 

 

Junip and Jose Gonzalez Announce North American Tour

Junip has teamed with Jose Gonzalez to embark on a huge North American tour, including a stop at Bonnaroo.

Junip recently released a new EP, In Every Direction, which was made up of remixes and unreleased tracks. You can hear one of those tracks, “Nackrosdammen” right here!

The band has also released a new video for their song “In Every Direction” which was directed by the band’s drummer, Elias Araya, who took inspiration from his father (Kent Karlsson). Check it out right here, and if you want to catch Junip and Jose Gonzalez on tour, they will be:

4.20 – Toronto, ON – Lees Palace

4.21 – Cleveland, OH – Grog Shop

4.22 – Ann Arbor, MI – The Blind Pig

4.23 – Chicago, IL – Empty Bottle

4.24 – Evanston, IL – SPACE

4.25 – Minneapolis, MN – Cedar Cultural Center

4.28 – Denver, CO – Larimer Lounge

4.29 – Salt Lake City, UT – The State Room

5.1 – Spokane, WA – The Empyrean

5.2 – Seattle, WA – Neumos

5.3 – Vancouver, BC – The Rio Theatre

5.4 – Portland, OR – Wonder Ballroom

5.6 – Los Angeles, CA – El Rey Theatre

5.7 – Costa Mesa, CA – Detroit Bar

5.8 – Tucson, AZ – Plush

5.10 – Austin, TX – The Mohawk

5.11 – Houston, TX – Mink

5.12 – New Orleans, LA – Republic

5.14 – Louisville, KY – Headliners Music Hall

5.15 – Columbus, OH – Wexner Center

5.16 – Asheville, NC – Orange Peel

5.17 – Carrboro, NC – Cats Cradle

5.18 – Philadelphia, PA – World Café

5.19 – New York, NY – Bowery Ballroom

5.20 – Wilmington, DE – World Café Live @ The Queen

5.21 – Burlington, VT – HG Showcase Lounge

5.22 – Boston, MA – Brighton Music Hall

6.12 – Manchester, TN – Bonnaroo Music Festival

 

Acrylics Announce Tour

Brooklyn duo Acrylics (aka Molly Shea and Jason Klauber) have announced a North American tour with Jose Gonzalez-led Swedish trio Junip. Set to kick off in late April, after Acrylics play a string of dates at SXSW, the tour is meant to promote their debut LP, Lives and Treasure, out this week via Hot Sand/Friendly Fire Recordings. Peep the dates down below.

Acrylics Tour Dates w/ Junip + SXSW
*Fri – 3/18 @ 8pm – SXSW – Nuvola / Prefix & Audible Treats Showcase (105 E. 5th St.)
*Fri – 3/18 @ 3:30pm – SXSW – Lipstick 24 / Friendly Fire Recordings/Lefse/I Guess I’m Floating Day Party
*Sat – 3/19 @ 1:45pm – SXSW – ND/501 Studios / Terrorbird Licensing Day Party
*Sat – 3/19 @ TBA – SXSW – FADO’s – Noise/Racket / Sitcom Serf Party
Wed – 4/20 – Toronto ON – Lees Palace
Thu – 4/21 – Cleveland Heights OH – Grog Shop
Fri – 4/22 – Ann Arbor, MI – The Blind Pig
Sat – 4/23 – Chicago IL – Empty Bottle
Sun – 4/24 – Evanston IL – SPACE
Mon- 4/25 – Minneapolis, MN – Cedar Cultural Center
Thu – 4/28 – Denver – CO- Larimer Lounge
Fri – 4/29 – Salt Lake City UT – The State Room
Sun – 5/01 – Spokane WA- The Empyrean
Mon- 5/02 – Seattle, WA – Neumos
Tue- 5/03 – Vancouver, BC – The Rio Theatre
Wed – 5/04 – Portland, OR -Wonder Ballroom
Fri – 5/06 – Los Angeles, CA – El Rey Theatre
Sat- 5/07 – Costa Mesa, CA – Detroit Bar
Sun- 5/08 – Tucson, AZ – Plush
Tue- 5/10 – Austin, TX – The Mohawk
Wed- 5/11 – Houston, TX – Mink
Thu- 5/12 – New Orleans, LA – Republic
Sat- 5/14 – Louisville, KY – Headliners Music Hall
Sun – 5/15 – Columbus, OH – Wexner Center
Mon- 5/16 – Asheville, NC – Orange Peel
Tue- 5/17 – Carrboro, NC – Cats Cradle
Wed – 5/18 – Philadelphia, PA – World Cafe
Thurs – 5/19 – New York City, NY – Bowery Ballroom
Sat- 5/21 – South Burlington. VT – HG Showcase Lounge
Sun- 5/22 – Boston, MA – Brighton Music Hall

* (Acrylics Only)

The Latest Junip Remix Now Available As Free Download

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Junip, the Swedish trio led by singer-songwriter José González, has released “Always (Prefuse 73 Remix)”- now available as a free download on Pitchfork. The original track, off of Junip’s latest album, Fields, receives an electric punch that only beat-mixer Prefuse 73 (Guillermo Scott Herren) could give.

With anxious fans waiting for news from the reclusive group, Junip is happy to announce that the trio will be back on tour in North America this spring, playing select cities across the U. S. and Canada, with a full roster of dates to be announced in the coming weeks. In the meantime, check out the latest interview with José and Tobias, talking about their music and recording style backstage in Chicago with Tremble Tremble.

Mute Talks Restructure


After returning to being independent after reaching an agreement with EMI Music, Mute has released details of their new structure. Led by Daniel Miller, Mute will be comprised of the record label, publishing company and a new artist/producer management company. Angie Somerside is returning to Mute as Group MD and will be starting up the new artist management company. The new company has already received new signings, including Junip, Josh T. Pearson and S.C.U.M. Mute’s NY office is currently working with such artists as Moby, Liars, Fever Ray and Paul van Dyk, to name a few. Andrew King continues to take charge of the publishing company and Mute’s NY office will be headed by General Manager, Mark Fotiadis, who will work closely with the UK company in publishing and managment deals.

NYC’s Weekly Show Roundup!


Callers, Janka Nabay, Buke and Gass, People Get Ready @ (le) poisson rouge

Idlewild, Happy Hollows @ Bowery Ballroom CANCELED

Hank & Cupcakes, Kenan Bell, Biker Daughter @ Brooklyn Bowl

Joanna Newsom @ Carnegie Hall

Diamond Doves, Vandaveer, The Nico Blues, Open Road Love Affair @ The Glasslands

Matthew Dear, Games, Noveller @ Music Hall of Williamsburg

Robbers on High Street, My Cousin, The Emperor, Only Living Boy, Hey Battlefield @ The Bowery Electric

Delta Spirit, Darker My Love, The Fling @ Webster Hall

Idlewild, Happy Hollows @ Bowery Ballroom CANCELED

Free Energy, Foxy Shazam, Hollerado @ Bowery Ballroom

Junip, Lost in the Trees @ Irving Plaza

Delorean, Lemonade, Light Pollution @ Music Hall of Williamsburg

Computer Magic, Hooray For Earth, The Vandelles, Paul and the Patients, Twin Shadow (DJ Set) @ Pianos

Midnight Juggernauts, Bikini, Chappo  @ Bowery Ballroom

Free Energy, Foxy Shazam, Hollerado @ Music Hall of Williamsburg

The So So Glos, The Rassle, Devin Therriault @ Studio at Webster Hall