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Newest Love: Gibbz – “Bright Lights”

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Gibbz first single + lyric video “Bright Lights” is  from his upcoming EP Oh My God out 12/16. When talking about the track Gibbz said, “Bright Lights was the first track written for the record. It’s about a night out with friends on whatever drugs you can find. The bright light is referring to how some substances can cause lights and colors to be more vibrant. The pacing of the track and its build of instrumentation are to show how there’s a delicate balance between taking just the right amount, and going too far.” You can catch Gibbz on tour this fall with Dragonette and also, check out his podcast “Drinking With Gibbz”.

In 2014, New York native Mike Gibney wanted to get away from his past, working for touring artists as a sound engineer and tour manager, to focus on writing and recording his own music. His debut EP Who Gibbz a F#@$ showed that he was no longer content with being behind the scenes, but rather yearned for the spotlight. Following up with the Chardonnay EP, he aligned himself with other artists that began to see him more as a peer, than a hired hand. He toured extensively through the US and Europe with Gramatik, Cherub, Exmag, Ghost Beach, and the Floozies before independently releasing his first full-length album, Above Water in 2016. Gibbzwill finish off 2016 with another EP titled Oh My God, before tackling his first headlining tour beginning in 2017.

TOUR DATES

11/26 – Doug Fir Lounge – Portland, OR
11/27 – Neumos – Seattle, WA
11/29 – The Independent – San Fransisco, CA
11/30 – The Roxy – Hollywood, CA
12/02 – Metro Bar – Salt Lake City, UT
12/03 – Bluebird Theatre – Denver, CO
12/05 – 7th Street Entry – Minneapolis, MN
12/06 – Lincoln Hall – Chicago, IL
12/08 – A&R Music Bar – Columbus, OH
12/09 – U Street Music Hall – Washington, DC
12/10 – Warsaw – Brooklyn, NY
12/11 – Royale – Boston, MA
12/31 – Marathon Music Works – Nashville, TN
01/12 – Knitting Factory – Brooklyn, NY
01/19  – Knitting Factory – Brooklyn, NY
01/26  – Knitting Factory – Brooklyn, NY

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Video: Harts – “Power”

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Harts has already had a huge 2016, releasing two hit radio singles in “Peculiar” and “Power, as well as touring non-stop storming the UK and Europe earlier in the year, before returning home for a triumphant set on the hallowed Splendour In The Grass stage in July. He is now poised to unleash his sophomore album, the follow up to his critically acclaimed debut Daydreamer in 2014, and the follow up EP Breakthrough in 2015 – records that caught the attention of some of the biggest names in music, including the late, great icon Prince, who became a mentor to the young Melbourne phenom.

 


Despite the mammoth sonic scale already exhibited by “Peculiar” and “Power” and set to be revealed across all of the album’s 14 songs, Smoke Fire Hope Desire was remarkably self-recorded in Harts’ home studio in Melbourne – its impressive scope the culmination of what the “one-man music-making machine,” attributes to spending years developing his sound as a performer and a producer. The album is the sound of an artist who has locked his musical identity and his voice into his sights, and as Harts admits has allowed himself to be influenced by, “a lot of what I was seeing in the world around me – very current day issues, mixed with my own thoughts and challenges in my life.” 

The result is a record that seems destined to find success on both a local and a global level.

Smoke Fire Hope Desire track-listing:

1. Smoke (Intro)
2. Fear In Me
3. All Rise
4. Fire (Interlude)
5. Peculiar
6. Power
7. Deeper The Hole
8. Hope
9. Unfamiliar
10. Wisdom (Interlude)
11. Realize
12. Here I Go
13. Desire (Interlude)
14. Ain’t Too Far Gone

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Night Riots To Perform on Alt Nation’s Advanced Placement Tour

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Los Angeles-based rock band Night Riots have announced an October 21st release for new album Love Gloom (Sumerian Records). The band has already released two preview tracks from the album – “Nothing Personal” and “Fangs”.

Fans can get both “Nothing Personal” and “Fangs”—plus “Contagious,” the hit single from last year’s Howl EP—as instant downloads by clicking HERE to pre-order Love Gloom on iTunes.

Night Riots—vocalist Travis Hawley, guitarists Nick Fotinakes and Matt DePauw, bassist Mikel Van Kranenburg and drummer Rico Rodriguez—recorded the album with producer Joe Chiccarelli (Morrissey, Spoon, The Strokes) at Sunset Sound in Los Angeles.

“We recorded in the same room where Led Zeppelin recorded ‘Whole Lotta Love,’ says Hawley. “It was pretty inspiring to come in each day, walk through a hall of gold records and see pictures of Jim Morrison sitting at the console where we mixed.  We even had a few weird celebrity sightings, like the time Mikel bumped into Lenny Kravitz and his procession of super models.  He flashed a peace sign, said ‘what’s up,’ and sauntered off, his scarf dancing on the ground behind him as he walked.”

About the album title, Hawley says, “Love gloom is within all of us.  It’s a collision of emotions.  It’s when you need love and can’t find it.  It’s the sickness of wanting someone and not knowing if they feel the same way.  It’s the tearing of a breakup and the coldness of a partner during a fight. We wanted to make an album that sounded like ecstasy and despair and make the listener feel like they’re climaxing and suffocating at the same time.”

Love Gloom is the follow-up to 2015’s Howl EP, which featured “Contagious,” a song that hit No. 1 on SiriusXM’s Alt Nation while amassing over 4.5 million streams.

Night Riots have been compared to The Cure (by MTV) and The Killers (Earmilk), described as “new wavey bliss” (Billboard) and praised for their “anthemic, synth-laden rock” (Spin). Buzzbands, who recently premiered “Fangs,” praised the band for “fashioning the sound of urban desperados wandering rain-slickened streets, hearts playing tug-of-war with hope and despair.” Over the course of the past couple of years, the group has shared stages with the likes of Lana Del Rey, Morrissey, Cage The Elephant, Walk The Moon, OK Go, The Mowgli’s, Angels & Airwaves and many more, while garnering praise from the likes of  KCRWHuffington Post, KROQ, All Things Go, Nylon and AV Club, among others.

Prior to the upcoming “Alt Nation” tour with The Shelters and The Hunna, Night Riots will be playing a string of dates, including an October 21st album release show at the Troubadour in Los Angeles.

Catch Night Riots on these “Alt Nation Advanced Placement Tour” dates:

Nov 5 @ The Shelter in Detroit, MI

Nov 6 @ Bottom Lounge in Chicago, IL

Nov 7 @ Triple Rock Social Club in Minn, MN

Nov 10 @ Adelaide Hall in Toronto, ON

Nov 11 @ La Salsa Rossa in Montreal, QC

Nov 12 @ Gramercy Theatre in New York, NY

Nov 13 @ Once in Somerville, MA

Nov 15 @ U Street Music Hal in Washington, DC

Nov 17 @ Foundry at The Fillmore in Philadelphia, PA

Nov 18 @ Rex Theater in Pittsburgh, PA

Nov 19 @ The Underground in Charlotte, NC

Nov 20 @ Mercy Lounge in Nashville, TN

Nov 22 @ Terminal West in Atlanta, GA

Nov 23 @ Parish Room at HOB in New Orleans, LA

Nov 25 @ Cambridge Room at HOB in Dallas, TX

Nov 26 @ Bronze Peacock at HOB in Houston, TX

Nov 27 @ Antone’s in Austin, TX

Nov 29 @ Marquis Theater in Denver, CO

Nov 30 @ Club Sound in Salt Lake City, UT

All three songs will be part of the band’s set during the upcoming “Advanced Placement Tour,” presented by SiriusXM’s Alt Nation with The Shelters and The Hunna. Dates begin November 5th.

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Porter Robinson & Madeon!!!

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Speculation and rumors of a collaboration between musicians and longtime friends Porter Robinson and Madeon (Hugo Leclercq) have long been internet fan fodder.

The duo put the rumors to rest dropping a surprise joint single “Shelter” (ft. Madeon on lead vocals) and announce a joint North American that will see the two share the stage for a collaborative live performance ft. music from both artist’s catalogs reworked and re-imagined for the stage.

Each made a name for themselves as solo artists who redefined electronic music from the inside out, expanding the genre from the festival stage to the pop charts and bringing electronic music into the global mainstream with their critically acclaimed debut solo albums, Porter’s Worlds (2014, Astralwerks) and Madeon’s Adventure (2015, Columbia).

 

“Shelter”- a brilliant shimmering, humanity-infused electronic pop – comes at a serendipitous time for the two young artists and sees the duo taking a hands-on approach to the songwriting process. To write, the two decamped to Madeon’s studio in Nantes, France  and the two wrote together in real-time, face-to-face, taking a decidedly old-school approach to the collaboration, inspiring and challenging one-another along the way. The result, “Shelter” is an ode to family ties as much as it’s a pop song that epitomizes their friendship.

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“Both Porter and I started working with people in-person when we started making our respective albums and appreciated how much more collaborative you can get,” Madeon explains of their decision to work together. “Our intent was to make music that would reflect our friendship.”

“I see enthusiasm and inspiration as the most important currency you can have when you’re making music,” Porter adds. “It’s this weird sensation of being drunk on your own confidence and excitement that leads to so many creative breakthroughs. That effect was really exaggerated when we were working together.”

While this collaboration is a first for the two artists, they have played a pivotal role in each other’s work over the past decade of their young careers, providing feedback—sometimes brutally honest—about each other’s solo work. This laid the groundwork for a successful partnership. Having first met on an internet message board a decade ago as young Daft Punk fans who wanted to produce music, Porter and Madeon have pursued distinct but coincidentally parallel careers to become electronic music creators of their own, each has emerged out of the electronic music scene to become crossover electronic pop powerhouses.

Porter first caught the ears of tastemakers in 2010 with his track “Say My Name.” An EP on Skrillex’s OWSLA label followed and he signed to the venerated Astralwerks in 2013 when he was all of 21. The next year he released his debut artist album, Worlds, an expansive LP that included the songs “Divinity” (as heard in Google’s “Year in Search” commercial) and the landmark “Sea of Voices.” Worlds debuted in Billboard’s Top 20 and prompted the launch of the Worlds Tour, an interactive live show as ambitious at the album it was named for.

Madeon first came to global attention with his game-changing video and track “Pop Culture” in 2011. Early last year, he released his highly-anticipated debut album, Adventure, which spawned the singles “You’re On,” co-written with Jimmy Napes (Sam Smith, Disclosure), and “Home.” Having sharpened his live skills as an opener for Lady Gaga and with sets at Coachella and Lollapalooza, Madeon launched two tours in support of Adventure: Adventure Live and the Pixel Empire Tour.

To support the release of “Shelter” Porter and Madeon kick off a joint tour this Fall (dates below / more TBA) that will see the two share the stage for a collaborative live performance that combines the best of their individual catalogs into one interactive performance fusing emotion, live instrumentation, visual artistry and cutting edge technology. Fans will get to hear old favorites, newly re-worked cuts from Worlds and Adventure, a few surprises, and of course an emotional and affirming live delivery of “Shelter.”

The single and the forthcoming joint North American tour captures both artists as they enter a new phase of their respective careers.

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PORTER ROBINSON & MADEON “SHELTER” TOUR
Tickets HERE + More Dates TBA

9/29: Atlanta, GA @ The Tabernacle
10/1: Oklahoma City, OK @ The Critereon
10/2: Austin, TX @ Austin City Limits
10/4: Royal Oak, MI @ Royal Oak Music Theatre
10/5: Chicago, IL @ Aragon Ballroom
10/6: Kansas City, MO @ Midland Theatre
10/7: Dallas, TX @ South Side Ballroom
10/8: Houston, TX @ Revention Music Center
10/9: Austin, TX @ Austin City Limits
11/13: Toronto, ON @ Danforth Music Hall
11/14:  Montreal, QC @ Metropolis
11/16: Washington, DC @ Echostage
11/25: San Francisco, CA @ Bill Graham Auditorium
11/26: Los Angeles, CA @ Microsoft Theater
11/29: San Diego, CA @ The Observatory North Park
12/1: Denver, CO @ Fillmore Auditorium
12/2: Salt Lake City, UT @ The Complex

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Surfer Blood and Lil Bub

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Surfer Blood & Lil BUB Team Up for 7″ Split,
Out May 13th via Joyful Noise
(pre-order)

Surfer Blood has teamed up with everyone’s favorite magical space cat, Lil BUB, for a 7″ split due out May 13th via Joyful Noise Recordings. Featuring brand new Surfer Blood track “Evil Cat” on Side A and BUB’s contribution “BUB the Builder” on Side B, the 7″ is currently available for pre-order. It’s limited to 500 copies on special “Eye of Sauron” colored vinyl.

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100% of profits will benefit long-time Surfer Blood guitarist Thomas Fekete’s cancer treatment. Currently unable to tour and make a living, Thom has relied on the generous donations of fans & friends via his GoFundMe page, sales of his new solo album Burner, and various other fundraisers (the most recent being an auction of previously-unreleased tracks from artists like Yo La Tengo, Guided By Voices, Cults, Real Estate, The Pains of Being Pure at Heart & others, which are still available for download with a donation of $10 or more.)

Surfer Blood hits the road with Joyful Noise label mates Sound of Ceres — who recently released their debut album Nostalgia for Infinity — in May. See below for a list of upcoming dates.

Surfer Blood & Sound of Ceres Tour:
5/4: Athens, GA @ Georgia Theatre
5/5: Chattanooga, TN @ Revelry Room
5/6: Bowling Green, KY @ Tidballs
5/9: Kansas City, MO @ Tank Room
5/10: Lincoln, NE @ Vega
5/11: Des Moines, IA @ Vaudeville Mews
5/12: Champaign, IL @ The Accord
5/16: St. Louis, MO @ Firebird
5/18: Indianapolis, IN @ White Rabbit
5/19: Grand Rapids, MI @ Pyramid Scheme
5/20: Detroit, MI @ UFO
5/21: Columbus, OH @ The Basement
5/22: Louisville, KY @ Zanzabar
5/23: Lexington, KY @ Cosmic Charlie’s

 

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Video: Angus & Julia Stone – “Grizzly Bear”

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“…what if Neil Young and Stevie Nicks were in the same band?” – Herald Sun

“Australian siblings Angus & Julia Stone consistently put out spectacular recordings…” – KCRW

“The whole thing is heart-breakingly beautiful and brilliantly recorded…” – BBC

“Angus & Julia Stone, the sibling darlings of the indie folk scene” – The Australian

“You know when a band you’ve dismissed utterly blindsides you? Cue a belated crush on this brother-sister duo… this album is the best thing this band have ever done” – The Guardian (UK)

“It goes without saying that if the renowned, elusive music producer and Def Jam Records co-founder Rick Rubin gets excited about someone, they’re probably destined for great things.” – The New York Times

“… a self-titled album brimming with sunny harmonies that will transport you to the idyllic shores of Australia’s northeastern coast – or at least to California.” – Details Magazine (US)

“Angus & Julia Stone reunite for a self-titled new album full of their signature moody grooves…” – Elle Magazine (US)

“…despite their best efforts, the universe – or rather, Rick Rubin – conspired to bring Angus & Julia together again.” – Interview Magazine

“Angus and Julia are truly unique musicians.  They are authentic and pure people who do things from the heart.”  — Rick Rubin

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Australian duo Angus & Julia Stone released their highly anticipated full-length album Angus & Julia Stone on August 1st via American Recordings. The Rick Rubin produced full-length, which has already hit #1 in France, New Zealand, Switzerland and Australia, is now available on iTunes, Amazon, Spotify and in all good records stores worldwide.

In support of their highly anticipated album release, the band recently premiered a new video for their single “A Heartbreak” with The New York Times and now reveal a brand new official video for their track “Grizzly Bear,” also taken from their Angus & Julia Stone album.

Currently on a worldwide tour that has taken them across Europe and now on the road Down-under, the siblings will be making a welcomed return to North American shores this fall where they’ll kick things off on their sold out tour which starts on October 6th at the House of Blues in San Diego, California, winding through the mid-west, north and ending on the east-coast.

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Video + Album Stream: Gold & Youth

The video for “Jewel” was produced by The Lab Magazine and stars Wynn Holmes and former So You Think You Can Dance Canada winner Nico Archambault.

Gold & Youth On Tour
05/19 Edmonton, AB | Pawn Shop
05/20 Calgary, AB | Palomino
05/22 Vancouver, BC | Fortune Sound Club
06/08 Toronto, ON | Fort York & Garrison Common | Field Trip Music & Arts Festival
06/11 Hamilton, ON | The Casbah *
06/12 Waterloo, ON | Starlight *
06/13 Montreal, QC | Club Lambi *
06/14 Toronto, ON | BLK BOX | NXNE *
06/15 Burlington, ON | Burlington Sound Of Music 
06/21 Brooklyn, NY | Union Pool *
06/28-30 Port Renfrew, BC | Tall Tree Festival
07/06 Kelowna, BC | Keloha Festival

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Stream Beyond Wilderness here

Beyond Wilderness Track Listing

  1. City Of Quartz
  2. Little Wild Love
  3. Quarters
  4. Tan Lines
  5. Cut Lip
  6. Jewel
  7. Come To Admire
  8. Daylight Colours
  9. Young Blood
  10. Palm Villas
  11. Time To Kill

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Video: The Maine – “Love and Drugs”

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Phoenix, Arizona’s The Maine has released their second single entitled “Love and Drugs” off their forthcoming full­-length studio album, Forever Halloween. Check out the official lyric video below and you can find a link to download the song for free here.

On June 4th, The Maine is set to release their fourth full-­length album, Forever Halloween. The record will be released independently in the US in partnership with their management team, Eighty One Twenty Three, and will be released via Rude Records in Europe, UK, Southeast Asia, Australia and Japan. The album, produced by Brendan Benson of The Raconteurs, will be the band’s second consecutive self-­funded release following their major label departure.

In support of the new record, The Maine will embark on a US tour from June through July. They will be headlining the first ever 8123 tour and share the stage with friends A Rocket To The Moon, This Century, and Brighten. Look for The Maine’s new album Forever Halloween on June 4th. Pre­orders for the record can be found at 8123.me/TheMaine and more information can be found at wearethemaine.net.

The Maine is John O’Callaghan, Garrett Nickelsen, Pat Kirch, Kennedy Brock, and Jared Monaco.

Tour Dates:
May 19 – San Diego, CA – YouthJamz Benefit Concert
June 4 – Tempe, AZ – Tempe Marketplace (Free Album Release Show)
June 7 – Anaheim, CA – House of Blues
June 8 – San Francisco, CA – Great American Music Hall
June 9 – Sacramento, CA – Ace of Spades
June 11 – Seattle, WA – El Corazon
June 12 – Vancouver, BC – The Rio Theater
June 14 – Calgary, AB – The Den
June 15 – Edmonton, AB – Avenue Theater
June 18 – Winnipeg, MB – Garrick
June 20 – Minneapolis, MN – Varsity Theatre
June 21 – Chicago, IL – Bottom Lounge
June 22 – Chicago, IL – Bottom Lounge
June 23 – Des Moines, IA – Wooly’s
June 25 – Detroit, MI – Crofoot Ballroom
June 26 – Toronto, ON – Phoenix Theatre
June 27 – Montreal, QC – La Tulipe
June 28 – Portland, ME – Port City Music Hall
June 29 – Boston, MA – Paradise Rock Club
June 30 – Wilton, CT – Trackside
July 2 – New York, NY – Irving Plaza
July 3 – Philadelphia, PA – Theatre of Living Arts
July 5 – Asbury Park, NJ – Stone Pony
July 6 – Washington, DC – 9:30 Club
July 7 – Pittsburgh, PA – Altar Bar
July 9 – Cleveland, OH – Peabody’s
July 10 – Columbus, OH – A&R Bar
July 11 – Nashville, TN – 3rd & Lindsley
July 12 – Birmingham, AL – Workplay
July 13 – Atlanta, GA – The Loft
July 14 – Jacksonville, FL – Freebird
July 16 – Orlando, FL – Beachum Theatre
July 18 – New Orleans, LA – House of Blues
July 19 – Houston, TX – Fitzgerald’s
July 20 – Austin, TX – The Parish
July 21 – Dallas, TX – Trees
July 24 – Denver, CO – The Summit Music Hall
July 26 – Tucson, AZ – The Rock

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Last Summer on Earth Tour 2013

Rolling Stone called it “one of the ten hottest summer package tours of 2012” and Entertainment Weekly spotlighted it on their “2012 Summer Must List.” We’re talking, of course, about the Barenaked Ladies’ uber-successful “Last Summer On Earth,” a rollicking roadshow that tore through more than 30 arenas and amphitheaters during its near-sold-out run. Back by popular demand, this year’s lineup sees the multi-platinum-selling Ladies joined by Ben Folds Five and Guster for a hot-ticket-tour set to kick off June 17th at the Verizon Theatre in Dallas, TX. The “Last Summer On Earth 2013” will hit 30 arenas and amphitheaters across the country, with public sale beginning today at Ticketmaster.com and Livenation.com.

As an added bonus, those who purchase tickets for “The Last Summer On Earth” will receive a voucher for a download of the Barenaked Ladies’ much-anticipated new album to be released June 4th on Vanguard Records, featuring the single “Boomerang.”

It’ll be a busy summer for the Barenaked Ladies (guitarist/vocalist Ed Robertson, bassist/vocalist Jim Creeggan, keyboardist/vocalist Kevin Hearn and drummer/vocalist Tyler Stewart), who are celebrating their 25th anniversary with the release of a brand-new studio album (their twelfth, for those keeping count) and their first for new label Vanguard Records. The band is putting the finishing touches on the album, which was recorded in Toronto with producers Gavin Brown (The Tragically Hip, Metric), Howie Beck (Feist, Josh Rouse) and Mark Endert (Maroon 5, Train). Over the course of the past twenty-three years, Barenaked Ladies have amassed an international fanbase whose members number in the millions. Their plethora of career highlights includes eight Juno Awards and multiple Grammy nominations, more than 14 million albums sold worldwide and a series of hit singles, including No. 1 hit “One Week,” as well as “Pinch Me, “Brian Wilson,” “If I Had $1,000,000” and many more, along with the theme song for the hit CBS television series, “The Big Bang Theory.”

Ben Folds Five is touring in support of The Sound Of The Life Of The Mind, the group’s first album of new music in 13 years. The groundbreaking pop trio of pianist Ben Folds, bassist Robert Sledge and drummer Darren Jessee launched in Chapel Hill, North Carolina in‘94 and released debut album Whatever And Ever Amen in ‘97. A slice of pure pop perfection, the album introduced the ballad “Brick,” which broke the band commercially and sold more than two million copies worldwide. BF5 recorded its last album, ‘99’s The Unauthorized Biography Of Reinhold Messner, which included the single “Army,” before disbanding in 2000. (The trio reunited for a one-off live performance of The Unauthorized Biography Of Reinhold Messner on MySpace in 2008). In 2011, the original three members of Ben Folds Five came together to record three new studio tracks for The Best Imitation Of Myself: A Retrospective, a career-spanning anthology. The band’s magic rekindled in the new tracks, BF5 gave its first concert in more than a decade to a spellbound audience at New York’s Mountain Jam Festival on June 2, 2012. That inspired a short run of key US summer festival dates, including Bonnaroo, Milwaukee Summerfest, and Old St. Patrick’s Church Block Party in Chicago which set up a massive comeback tour with dates in the US, UK, Australia, and Japan.

Guster recently self-released Guster: Live Acoustic, a collection of live recordings from their 2012 acoustic tour. It’s been eight years since Guster released a proper live album – 2004’s Guster On Ice – and two years since their last studio album, Easy Wonderful.  The sixteen tracks from Live Acoustic are a musical tribute to the varied faces and places that made last year’s travels one of the most remarkable in Guster’s impressive career. Known to open up for themselves in disguise as psychedelic rockers “Trippin’ Balls” and as Christian Southern Rock outfit “The Peace Soldiers,” Guster has also shared the stage with the Boston Pops Symphony Orchestra and the Colorado Symphony in recent years.  Singer Ryan Miller has branched out into scoring films – including 2012’s beloved Sundance standout Safety Not Guaranteed.  Bandmate Adam Gardner has started his own non-profit called “Reverb,” which works with bands, artists, and venues to reduce the music industries environmental footprint.

Dates are as follows:
June 17                 Dallas, TX                             Verizon Theatre
June 19                 Denver, CO                          Red Rocks
June 20                 Salt Lake City, UT              USANA Amp
June 22                 Santa Barbara, CA             Santa Barbara Bowl
June 23                 Los Angeles, CA                 Greek Theatre
June 25                 Saratoga, CA                       Mountain Winery ●
June 26                 Saratoga, CA                       Mountain Winery ●
June 28                 Boise, ID                              Botanical Gardens
June 29                 Seattle, WA                         White River Amp
June 30                 Missoula, MT                     Big Sky Brewing Company
July 3                     Fargo, ND                            Newman Field ●●
July 5                     Columbus, OH                    LC Pavilion
July 6                     Cincinnati, OH                   (Venue TBA March 29)
July 8                     Lansing, MI                         Commonground Festival
July 9                     Chicago, IL                          Charter One Pavilion ●
July 11                    Toronto, ON                       Molson Canadian Amphitheatre
July 12                   Detroit, MI                         DTE Energy Music Theatre
July 13                   Nashville, TN                     The Woods at Fontanel
July 15                   Columbia, MD                   Merriweather Post Pavilion
July 16                   Boston, MA                        Bank of America Pavilion ●
July 18                   Philadelphia, PA               Mann Music Ctr
July 19                   Uncasville, CT                    Mohegan Sun Arena
July 20                   Holmdel, NJ                      PNC
July 21                   Bangor, ME                        Waterfront Park
July 23                   Lenox, MA                         Tanglewood
July 25                   Charlotte, NC                    T W Cable Uptown Amp
July 26                   Alpharetta, GA                 Verizon Wireless Amp
July 27                   Charleston, SC                  Family Circle Stadium
July 28                   Raleigh, NC                       Red Hat Amphitheatre
July 30                   Brooklyn, NY                    Celebrate Brooklyn! at the Prospect Park Bandshell

● = BNL & BF5 only
●● = BNL & Guster only

 

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Video: Passion Pit – “Carried Away”

I love this video and I love Sophia Bush!

The band is currently on tour with Matt and Kim and Icona Pop. From now through Monday get Passion Pit’s latest album Gossamer for just $6.99 on iTunes!

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