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  • My Morning Jacket’s Carl Broemel announces solo album and North American tour dates

    My Morning Jacket’s Carl Broemel announces solo album and North American tour dates

    My Morning Jacket’s longtime guitarist and multi-instrumentalist Carl Broemel announced on Monday that he’ll be releasing his third solo album this fall with a nine-track studio project titled Washed Out, which is due out on Sept. 21. The album is Broemel’s first full-length solo effort since 201...
  • Eryn Allen Kane announces fall 2018 tour dates

    Eryn Allen Kane announces fall 2018 tour dates

    Chicago-based singer Eryn Allen Kane will head out across North America this fall for an 11-date headlining tour set to begin on Sept. 13 in San Diego. The soulful singer who was once mentored by the late Prince, will bring her rich vocals to most major cities across the U.S. throughout the tour...
  • LVL UP announce retirement

    LVL UP announce retirement

    New York low-fi band LVL UP has announced their retirement as a musical group. The band said in a statement that they have had a "rewarding journey" but they have decided to "retire this project." LVL UP formed in 2011 with Mike Caridi, Dave Benton and Ben Smith recording their debut studio album...
  • Instrumental project Immersion shares new song, announces tour

    Instrumental project Immersion shares new song, announces tour

    Immersion is about to release its new instrumental album and they released the first track from that album this week. The song is "Microclimate" and gives fans a chance to hear what the new music by the duo might sound like. Immersion consists of Wire's Colin Newman along with Minimal Compact's...
  • Ex Hex announce first shows of 2018 with short east coast fall tour

    Ex Hex announce first shows of 2018 with short east coast fall tour

    Garage rock trio Ex Hex have announced their first batch of concerts for 2018 with a short run of U.S. shows along the east coast set for early September. The band from from Washington, DC will play at Baltimore’s Ottobar on Sept. 6, followed by shows in Boston and Asbury Park, NJ before the run...
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    Photos: Caroline Rose lives up to the hype with sold-out show at Rough Trade NYC

    Much has been said about guitarist, singer and semi-recorder flutist Caroline Rose and her recently released sophomore album, Loner. So much so that all the hype shared by nearly every well-known music blog has almost raised some hesitant speculation from those who may have missed her the first time...
  •  Sam Evian to tour US in support of 'You, Forever' this summer

    Sam Evian to tour US in support of 'You, Forever' this summer

    Two years ago, New York-based singer-songwriter Sam Evian impressed with his sensational debut album Premiere. A potent blend of country, rock and pop sonic textures, the record sounded like nothing else in the modern music landscape. Now, Evian has returned with his sophomore album, You, Forever...
  • Beach Slang spin-off Quiet Slang announces spring tour

    Beach Slang spin-off Quiet Slang announces spring tour

    Earlier this month, Beach Slang frontman Alex James debuted his new solo side project Quiet Slang at SXSW and now he’s announced plans to take his new act on the road. As reported by Brooklyn Vegan, Quiet Slang will begin touring North America in May and it will include stops in Philadelphia...
  • The Weeks add 2018 spring tour dates

    The Weeks add 2018 spring tour dates

    The southern rock outfit known as The Weeks have added more concert dates onto their 2018 touring schedule. The band from Nashville announced on Friday afternoon that they will head out on a 15-date U.S. tour this spring, with shows starting March 21 in Houston and running until May 12, when they'll...
  • The Academic announce 2018 US tour

    The Academic announce 2018 US tour

    Irish indie rockers The Academic have revealed their first batch of U.S. tour dates in 2018. The group, which will release its sophomore LP Tales from the Backseat on Jan. 12, will embark on a four-week run through the country between February and March, making 16 stops along the way. Check out the...
  • Phoebe Bridgers plots 2018 North American tour dates

    Phoebe Bridgers plots 2018 North American tour dates

    Emerging folk artist Phoebe Bridgers is taking her show on the road next year. The singer-songwriter has announced her first batch of tour dates in 2018, which will see her performing across North America between February and March. 19 dates are scheduled over the four-week run. View the complete...
  • Gus Dapperton to showcase 'I'm Just Snacking' and more on 2018 Yellow and Such tour

    Gus Dapperton to showcase 'I'm Just Snacking' and more on 2018 Yellow and Such tour

    Rising star Gus Dapperton recently announced plans to tour North America beginning in early 2018. The “I’m Just Snacking” hitmaker broke the news via Twitter that his Yellow and Such Tour will include stops in Chicago, Detroit, and Minneapolis, Cleveland, Philadelphia and Allston, Mass.’s Great...
  • British rocker Barns Courtney to perform at Great Scott

    British rocker Barns Courtney to perform at Great Scott

    British blues rocker Barns Courtney will perform at Great Scott at 9:30 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 6 with special guest Craig Stickland. Barns Courtney is on the road promoting his recently released debut studio long-player, The Attractions of Youth, which emerged back on Sept. 29 via Virgin EMI and...
  • Great Scott to host alternative hip-hop’s Astronautalis

    Great Scott to host alternative hip-hop’s Astronautalis

    Great Scott is set to host Astronautalis on Sunday, Nov. 5 at 9:30 p.m. The alternative hip-hop artist will be joined by special guests Ceschi and Layto. Astronautalis is on the road showcasing selections from his latest studio long-player, Cut the Body Loose, which emerged back in May 2016 via...
  • Cymbals Eat Guitars to play year-end shows in Boston and New York

    Cymbals Eat Guitars to play year-end shows in Boston and New York

    Staten Island product Cymbals Eat Guitars have announced a pair of shows before they put a bow on 2017. The indie rockers will make stops in Boston and their native New York at the end of December, playing Allston and New York City to cap the year. The Allston show will be held on Dec. 28 at Great...
  • Kitten add November East Coast tour dates

    Kitten add November East Coast tour dates

    Los Angeles-based indie outfit Kitten is hitting the opposite coast for a round of tour dates in November. The band, which consists of sole member Chloe Chaidez, has announced four shows in Philadelphia, D.C., Brooklyn and Massachusetts set for next month. You can check out the complete tour routing...
  • Seattle indie rockers Pickwick to perform at Great Scott

    Seattle indie rockers Pickwick to perform at Great Scott

    Seattle-based indie rock quintet Pickwick will perform at Great Scott on Tuesday, Oct. 17. Also on the bill, which is set to kick off at 9:30 p.m., is special guest The Elwins. Pickwick are touring in continued support of their sophomore studio long-player, LoveJoys, which was released back on July...
  • Indie rockers The Courtneys to play Great Scott

    Indie rockers The Courtneys to play Great Scott

    Fuzzed-out indie rock trio The Courtneys will play Great Scott on Monday, Oct. 16. Also on the bill, which is set to kick off at 9:30 p.m., are special guests Versing and Weakened Friends. The Courtneys, who are influenced by indie rock acts of the early ‘90s like Pavement and Teenage Fanclub...
  • Watch Chad VanGaalen's trippy, award-winning animated short 'TARBOZ'

    Watch Chad VanGaalen's trippy, award-winning animated short 'TARBOZ'

    Canadian indie rocker Chad VanGaalen is a multi-talented musician who defies expectations with each new album. But VanGaalen’s skill isn’t limited to the sonic sphere. He’s also an award-winning illustrator and animator who has done his own album artwork as well as a slew of animated videos for his...
  • Great Scott to host garage rockers Banditos

    Great Scott to host garage rockers Banditos

    Great Scott will host country, soul, and garage rock outfit Banditos at 9 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 4. Joining the six-piece will be special guests Caroline Rose and Birdgangs. Banditos are out on the road showcasing tracks from their sophomore studio long-player, Visionland, which was released back...
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