Archives: May 2015

Hiatus Kaiyote Debuts At #1 On Billboard Heatseekers Chart

May 30th, 2015


The widely praised new album from Hiatus Kaiyote just debuted at #1 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart and landed at #127 on the Billboard Top 200 chart, landing the band in the top 200 for the first time. The Melbourne, Australia-based four piece – Nai Palm (vocals/guitar), Paul Bender (bass), Perrin Moss(drums/percussion) and Simon Mavin (keyboards) – also kicked off their U.S. headline tour last week stop-ed-info two sold out shows in New York City and sold out shows in Boston, Philadelphia, Washington, DC and Chicago.

Check out the remaining dates below!

May 02 Providence, RI – The Met
May 03 New York, NY – Gramercy Theatre *sold out
May 05 New York, NY – Gramercy Theatre *sold out
May 07 Boston, MA – Paradise Rock Club *sold out
May 08 Philadelphia, PA – Underground Arts *sold out
May 09 Washington, DC – U Street Music Hall *sold out
May 11 Chicago, IL – Double Door *sold out
May 12 Minneapolis, MN – Fine Line Music Cafe
May 14 Boulder, CO – The Fox Theatre *sold out
May 16 Los Angeles, CA – The Greek Theatre (with Little Dragon)
May 17 Seattle, WA – Neumo’s
May 19 San Francisco, CA – The Independent *sold out
May 20 Los Angeles, CA – The Roxy *sold out
May 21 Santa Ana, CA – Constellation Room *sold out
May 22 San Diego, CA – House Of Blues Voodoo Room *sold out
May 23 Las Vegas, NV – Insert Coin(s)
May 26 Austin, TX – The Parish
May 27 Dallas, TX – Trees
May 29 Atlanta, GA – Vinyl
May 30 Philadelphia, PA – The 8th Annual Roots Picnic @ Festival Pier
May 31 Baltimore, MD – Baltimore Soundstage

Check out “Shaolin Monk Motherfunk” below!

WATCH — TAMARYN “Hands All Over Me”

May 29th, 2015


V Magazine recently premiered the Danilo Parra directed video for Tamaryn’s “Hands All Over Me,” and its the perfect visual accompaniment to the 80’s themes and aesthetics present on the track. Fans of Tamaryn will have to make due with this in the meantime, as their album CraneKiss, on Mexican Summer, isn’t slated for release until August.

Click HERE to watch the video, or check out the track on its own below.

Mariachi El Bronx To Tour w/ Flogging Molly and Gogol Bordello

May 28th, 2015


Mariachi El Bronx just finished up one tour, and are seemingly ready to turn around and head right back out, this time with the Celtic Flogging Molly and Gypsy-inspired Gogol Bordello. Check out the dates below!

Flogging Molly / Gogol Bordello / Mariachi El Bronx — 2015 Tour Dates
June 11 Rochester Hills, MI Meadow Brook Theatre
June 12 Pittsburgh, PA Stage AE Pavilion
June 13 Cincinnati, OH PNC Pavilion at Riverbend
June 15 Charlotte, NC Uptown Amphitheatre at NC Music Factory
June 16 Raleigh, NC The Red Hat Amphitheater
June 18 Wallingford, CT Toyota Presents Oakdale Theatre
June 19 Boston, MA Blue Hills Bank Pavilion
June 21 Toronto, ON TD Echo Beach
June 23 Indianapolis, IN Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn at White River State Park
June 25 Baltimore, MD Pier Six Pavilion
June 26 Asbury Park, NJ Stone Pony Lot
June 27 Philadelphia, PA Festival Pier at Penn’s Landing
June 29 Columbus, OH Lifestyles Communities Pavilion

Check out some live performance footage of Mariachi El Bronx below, and then snatch up some tickets!

LISTEN — Art of Ballistics Interview on OPB

May 28th, 2015


The international production duo, Art of Ballistics released their second EP, REX 84, on May 5th via Lowatt, and the buzz is starting to build. OPB‘s John Sepulvado interviewed the members separately, from their homes in Portland and South Korea, and then managed to get the two to tell the band’s origin story through the magic of editing.

Check out the interview below, or stream REX 84 in its entirety by clicking HERE.

LISTEN — Maribou State “Portraits” via Hype Machine

May 27th, 2015


“This is the full-length debut from Chris Davids and Liam Ivory, who formed Maribou State after meeting at college in 2011. They went on to release a series of well-received singles and EPs (for labels like Fat! and Southern Fried), as well as remixes for Kelis and Lana Del Rey, leading The Guardian to dub them “the downtempo Disclosure.” As for this new album, Stereogum calls it “some of the most textural, cohesive electronic music we’ve heard this year,” before adding, “just spooky enough to soundtrack a rave held in a graveyard–and just catchy enough to keep you dancing.””– via Hype Machine

Click HERE to stream the album in full, or wet your appetite with ‘Wallflower’ below!

WATCH — Pimps of Joytime “The Jump”

May 27th, 2015


“With a funk and soul aesthetic drawn from Brooklyn and New Orleans, the Pimps of Joytime just sounds like a city band. So there’s a moment of cognitive dissonance in the New York group’s video for new song “The Jump” when the musicians are frolicking in nature. The video premieres today on Speakeasy. The song has a lean, hard edge, thanks to a twitchy beat and a dry, jangling guitar riff. Fittingly, the color-saturated clip opens with a shot of singer and guitarist Brian J on horseback, before cutting among scenes of the band members dancing and performing the song surrounded by trees and a dilapidated cabin in the Rockies.” — via The Wall Street Journal

Click HERE to read the rest of the Wall Street Journal’s preview, or watch “The Jump” below!

LISTEN — Róisín Murphy “Gone Fishing”

May 26th, 2015


“[Róisín] Murphy’s output over the past near-decade has been wildly unpredictable, ranging from dance bangers with porno guitars (“Orally Fixated”) to an Édith Piaf-inspired EP of Italian art songs not to mention two remix EPs that might have stirred the highest of emotions on the dancefloor, if only people heard them. And [her new album] Hairless Toys continues this trend. It’s the most cerebral work of Murphy’s decades-long career, and arguably the one with her most creative control yet, letting listeners closer into her head than ever yet keeping them at a distance even there.” — via Pitchfork

Check out “Gone Fishing” (a track from the forthcoming album “Hairless Toys”) below!

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