Wild Nothing Tour With Twin Sister

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Wild Nothing is the project of Jack Tatum, whose fascination lies with the mixed feelings of nostalgia and regret, which he turns into dreamy pop songs.

The band has booked a series of summer tours with Twin Sister, including a stop at the Pitchfork Music Festival. Tatum released his first full-length Gemini on Captured Tracks last spring and the album drew raves from the likes of SPIN and Pitchfork. It showcased Wild Nothing’s fascination with the concept of having loved and lost.

You can hear the track “Golden Haze” off of Wild Nothing’s first album right here. Look for Wild Nothing with Twin Sister this summer here:

07/11 Philadelphia, PA – Johnny Brenda’s *

07/12 Baltimore, MD – The Ottobar *

07/13 Pittsburgh, PA – Club AE *

07/14 Columbus, OH – The Basement *

07/16 Chicago, IL – Pitchfork Music Festival

* = w/ Twin Sister

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TV On The Radio Use Rhapsody To Stream Album


Early reviews of TV On The Radio’s eagerly anticipated fourth LP, Nine Types of Light, has started to trickle in, with Spin calling it “Important Music for Important Times.” Now, with the album’s release less than a week away, TV On Radio have decided to stream the album via Rhapsody. You can also pre-order the album from iTunes HERE.

In just a few days, the band will hit the road for a massive spring tour that will take them across the country and to numerous European festivals too. Full tour dates below.

 

April 8 || Philadelphia, PA || Electric Factory
April 9 || Charlottesville, VA || Jefferson Theatre
April 10 || Baltimore, MD || Ram’s Head Live
April 12 || Brooklyn, NY || Music Hall of Williamsburg **
April 13 || New York, NY || Radio City Music Hall
April 15 || Providence, RI || Brown University
April 16 || Boston, MA || House of Blues
April 16 || Boston, MA|| Newbury Comics (Record Store Day)
April 17 || Montreal, Quebec || Metropolis
April 18 || Toronto, Ontario || Sound Academy
April 20 || Detroit, MI || St. Andrew’s Hall
April 22 || Chicago, IL || Metro
April 23 || Minneapolis, MN || First Avenue
April 24 || Minneapolis, MN || First Avenue
April 26 || Denver, CO || Ogden Theatre
April 29 || San Francisco, CA || The Independent **
April 30 || San Francisco, CA || The Independent **
May 2 || San Diego, CA || 4th and B
May 3 || Los Angeles, CA || Music Box**
June 22 || Zagreb, Croatia || T-Mobile Inmusic Festival
June 23 || Munich, Germany || Muffathalle
June 24 || Berlin, Germany || Astra
June 27 || Manchester, England || Academy 2
June 28 || Glasgow, GBR || 02ABC
June 30 || Werchter, Belgium || Rock Werchter
July 1 || St. Gallen, Switzerland || St. Gallen Festival
July 3 || London, England || Wireless Festival
July 4 || Amsterdam, Holland || Paradiso
July 5 || Cologne, Germany || Live Music Hall
July 8 || Bilbao, Spain || BBK Live Festival
July 9 || Lisbon, Portugal || Alive Festival
July 13 || Paris, France || Olympia
July 17 || Chicago, IL || Pitchfork Music Festival
August 28 || St. Louis, MO || LouFest Music Festival
**New Dates Just Announced

The Strokes on the Cover of Spin Magazine


In case you’ve missed seeing their glowing faces on your newstand, The Strokes issue of Spin recently came out last week. In a special feature called “Behind the Comeback,” the magazine talks to the guys, seperately, getting a glimpse into all of their personalities and the problems the band have been having as a whole. It’s a good insight for the diehard fans or those just wanting to know more about the guys. Spin covers everything from Albert’s drug addiction to the great and not so great side projects of the past five years. You can also take a peak at the issue online, HERE at Spin Magazine.

Make Out Offer “How To” EP

“Right from the beginning we’ve had the exact same idea of what a new, exciting band should be,” says Jesper Mortensen of his new band Make Out. After the dissolution of Mortensen’s last group, Junior Senior, he teamed with vocalist Leah Hennessey and began working on what would become the band’s forthcoming debut EP.

Due out on February 22nd, How To is comprised of 3 tracks, including the band’s first single “I Don’t Want Anybody That Wants Me.” Head over to Spin to download that track and read more about the group.