Author: bella.king

Syd announces tour

Syd, from the Internet, has announced a solo tour behind her debut record Fin. The tour, named“Always Never Home,” starts in October. The North American stint will include two shows at Tyler, the Creator’s Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival, one on October 28th where Syd will play a solo set and on October 29th where she will perform with the Internet. Check out Syd’s tour dates below. Syd earlier this week released “Bad Dream/No Looking Back” which is part of “a small collection of songs” set to come out this autumn, according to a press release.

Syd:

10-07 Atlanta, GA – Project Pabst !
10-09 New York, NY – Irving Plaza
10-10 Washington, D.C. – Fillmore
10-11 Boston, MA – Royale
10-13 Baltimore, MD – Soundstage
10-28 Los Angeles, CA – Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival
10-29 Los Angeles, CA – Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival !
11-06 Detroit, MI – St. Andrew’s Hall
11-07 Minneapolis, MN – Cabooze
11-09 Toronto, Ontario – The Phoenix Theater
11-13 Houston, TX – House of Blues
11-14 Dallas, TX – South Side Music Hall
11-15 Austin, TX – Emos
11-24 Vancouver, British Columbia – Vogue
11-26 Seattle, WA – Neptune
11-28 Santa Cruz, CA – The Catalyst
11-29 San Francisco, CA – Regency Ballroom
12-01 Las Vegas, NV – Vinyl at Hard Rock Hotel
12-02 San Diego, CA – North Park Observatory
12-06 Santa Ana, CA – The Observatory
12-07 Los Angeles, CA – Novo

! with The Internet

Watch Cloud Nothings’ new “Up to the Surface” video

Cloud Nothings have released a video for their track “Up to the Surface.” It was created by multimedia artist AUJIK and the clip explores an animated world. The video shows inhabitants’ different hobbies and past times. Lead singer Dylan Baldi said of Aujik’s creation, “I think they’re cute, even though they inhabit some kind of desolate future void world.” Watch it below. The track is on the band’s album Life Without Sound, which came out this year. In September, they will go on tour with Japandroids. Find their full itinerary below.

Cloud Nothings:

08-25 Pittsburgh, PA – Schenley Plaza
09-09 Butte, MT – The Original Mine Yard
09-09 San Bernardino, CA – High & Low Festival
09-10 Raleigh, NC – Hopscotch Music Festival
10-13 Calgary, Alberta – MacEwan Hall ^
10-14 Edmonton, Alberta – Union Hall ^
10-16 Saskatoon, Saskatchewan – O’Brian’s Event Centre ^
10-17 Winnipeg, Manitoba – Garrick Centre ^
10-21 Montreal, Quebec – Corona Theatre ^
10-22 Ottawa, Ontario – Bronson Centre ^
10-24 Toronto, Ontario – Massey Hall ^
10-26 Brooklyn, NY – Brooklyn Steel ^
10-28 Charlottesville, VA – Jefferson Theatre ^
10-30 Baltimore, MD – Rams Head Live ^
10-31 Pittsburgh, PA – Stage AE ^
11-02 Chicago, IL – Vic Theatre ^
11-04 Detroit, MI – Majestic Theatre ^
11-06 Columbus, OH – Newport Music Hall ^
11-07 Nashville, TN – Cannery Ballroom ^
11-08 Athens, GA – 40 Watt Club ^
11-10 New Orleans, LA – Republic ^
11-11 McDade, TX – Sound on Sound Festival
11-15 Houston, TX – White Oak Music Hall (Downstairs) ^

^ with Japandroids

Bon Iver announce U.S. tour

Bon Iver have announced a number of North American tour dates behind last year’s 22, A Million. The stint of dated includes shows in Nashville, Charlottesville, Atlanta, Durham, and more. Find the list of shows below. The band are also set to go on tour in Europe for shows next month, after they canceled European shows for “personal reasons” earlier this year.

The Melodic Tree’s Weekly Playlist

1. New Jersey – Hello Shark

2. Wann It – 100 Watt Horse

3. T.V. M.A.C. – Mega Bog

4. Bread – Ben Varian

5. Jamz – Sales

6. Orange – Natalie Green

7. In Dreams – Tomemitsu

8. Glowing Brightly – Florist

9. Westside – Ratboys

10. Good Love – Major Leagues

11. Dream – Dan San

12. My Lover Cindy – Marika Hackman

13. Little Uneasy – Fazerdaze

14. Honey Bones – DOPE LEMON

15. Angels / Your Love – Mr Jukes

16. Text From Sweden – Yumi Zouma

17. You – Day Wave

18. Away for All Time – Many Voices Speak

19. Real Time – Jacques Greene

20. Come On Mess Me Up – Cub Sport

Josie and the Pussycats soundtrack gets vinyl reissue

Josie and the Pussycats, the comic-based musical comedy that follows an all-girl band and their run-ins with the music industry, is getting a soundtrack vinyl reissue. It is set to be out September 26th via Mondo and the score is almost entirely filled with tracks by the fictional band. The frontwoman of rock band Letters to Cleo, Kay Hanley, provided the vocals for every Josie and the Pussycats song.

Mondo, Alamo Drafthouse, and Birth.Movies.Death. will also co-host a reissue celebration at Los Angeles’ Ace Hotel which will include a film screening, appearances by co-directors Harry Elfont and Deborah Kaplan, and a Josie and the Pussycats set by Hanley. There will be merchandise also sold at the event: leopard-print vinyl records, a 7” record featuring DuJour songs (the film’s featured boy band), and a 12-page booklet featuring behind-the-scenes photos.

Watch Grizzly Bear perform “Mourning Sound” on “Colbert”

Grizzly Bear, to coincide with their new album Painted Ruins coming out today, performed “Mourning Sound” on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.” Watch their performance below. Colbert introduced the band with a reminder that the last time he saw the band, they sang with him inside a rowboat on “The Colbert Report.”

Walter TV, Eola, Generifus, Le Grotto at Obsidian in photos