The Melodic Tree’s Weekly Playlist

1. Face in the Moon – Springtime Carnivore

2. Girls – Death in Vegas

3. Close My Eyes – Feels

4. In Other Words – Shopping

5. You Should’ve Gone to School – BC Camplight

6. Real Math/Too Much – The Gotobeds

7. Submarine Gold – The Holydrug Couple

8. Viceroy – Violent Soho

9. Auto Neutron – Fat White Family

10. Puppet on a String – Night Beats

11. Talk to God – Goat

12. Orlando – Exploded View

13. Anything Can Happen – The Clean

14. Place Your Bets – exmagicians

15. Electronic Snoopy Gang – Cheena

16. Here Tarot Lies – No Joy

17. The Dated Steadily – Mink Mussel Creek

18. Lonely Richard – Amen Dunes

19. Yesterday’s World – Circulatory Systems

20. I Have Been Floated – The Olivia Tremor Control

Watch Car Seat Headrest perform “Drunk Drivers/Killer Whales” on “Fallon”

Car Seat Headrest were on“Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” as the musical guests. They performed a completely revamped (and shorter) version the Teens of Denial hit “Drunk Drivers/Killer Whales” with help from members of the Roots. Watch it below.


Hangout Festival reveals 2017 lineup: Frank Ocean, Chance the Rapper set to headline

Hangout Music Festival have released its 2017 lineup. The three-day festival will take place May 19th – 21st in Gulf Shores, Alabama.

Frank Ocean will headline with Chance the Rapper and Mumford and Sons. Other acts include MGMT, Weezer, Sigur Rós, Band of Horses, Franz Ferdinand, Mac DeMarco, Local Natives, Charli XCX, Warpaint, ASAP Ferg, Lil Yachty, DJ Snake, and Young the Giant.

Three-day tickets will be on sale starting Thursday, December 1st at 11:00 a.m. CT.

Devendra Banhart announces 2017 tour

Devendra Banhart has announced tour dates throughout the United States for 2017. The newly announced dates start January 23rd at the Showbox in Seattle, and will play shows Portland, Austin, Chicago, Toronto, Montreal, New York, and more. Find the full tour itinerary below; tickets for shows through February 4 are available now.

Devendra Banhart:

12-02 Mexico City, Mexico – El Plaza
12-03 Acapulco, Mexico – Trópico
01-23 Seattle, WA – The Showbox
01-24 Portland, OR – Wonder Ballroom
01-26 San Francisco, CA – The Fillmore
01-28 San Diego, CA – The Observatory North Park
01-29 Santa Ana, CA – The Observatory
01-31 Los Angeles, CA – Mayan Theater
02-01 Phoenix, AZ – Crescent Ballroom
02-03 Boulder, CO – Boulder Theatre
02-04 Telluride, CO – Club Red
02-12 Taos, NM – Mesa Brewery
02-13 Santa Fe, NM – Meow Wolf
02-15 Dallas, TX – Granada Theater
02-16 Austin, TX – Emo’s
02-17 Houston, TX – White Oak Music Hall
02-18 Baton Rouge, LA – Varsity Theatre
02-20 Atlanta, GA – Terminal West
02-21 Athens, GA – Georgia Theater
02-23 St. Petersburg, FL – State Theatre
02-24 Orlando, FL – Beacham Theater
02-25 Miami Beach, FL – North Beach Bandshell
03-05 Minneapolis, MN – Cedar Cultural Center
03-06 Chicago, IL – Thalia Hall
03-07 Detroit, MI – Magic Stick
03-09 Toronto, Ontario – Phoenix Concert Theater
03-10 Montreal, Quebec – Metropolis
03-11 Portland, ME – Port City Music Hall
03-12 Cambridge, MA – The Sinclair
03-14 Philadelphia, PA – Union Transfer
03-15 Washington, DC – Sixth & I
03-16 New York, NY – Webster Hall
04-01 Brooklyn, NY – BAM
04-20 Tokyo, Japan – Billboard Live
04-22 Osaka, Japan – Billboard Live

Rhymefest buys Kanye West’s childhood home to convert into a community arts space

 Kanye West has not much good news lately, but his fellow Chicagoan Rhymefest did a good deed on behalf of West’s charity Donda’s House. Fest purchased West’s childhood home and wants to convert it into a “community arts incubator” with a state-of-the-art recording studio. He plans also for the home to a curriculum space for Donda’s House and music museum for Chicago’s Southside. Read the official statement from Donda’s House 2011 below.

In order to deepen the organization’s impact, Donda’s House has acquired a home facility that will provide a permanent location for all of the Donda’s House family to gather, offer programming, and grow. Donda’s House envisions this facility as not only a homegrown hub of economic activity for the southside but also a gathering place for the community with events and concerts. Donda’s House selected this location in particular, because it is the former home of the organization’s namesake Dr. Donda West, who at one time provided similar services and support to incubate young artists. Donda’s House is committed to the success of Chicago’s young creatives and this property will help these young people flourish.

Stream the Weeknd’s new album Starboy

The Weeknd’s new album Starboy is available now for streaming. Listen to it below via Spotify. Starboy is the follow-up to Beauty Behind the Madness. The album has guest appearances from Kendrick Lamar, Lana Del Rey, Future, and Daft Punk. The Weeknd features previously shared the singles, “Starboy,” “False Alarm,” “I Feel It Coming,” and “Party Monster.” Listen to the album here

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