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ON TOUR // Lia Ices Announces Fall U.S. Dates With Phantogram, Album Out Sept. 16




In anticipation of her upcoming album Ices, Lia Ices has confirmed a slew of tour dates supporting Phantogram across the U.S.

If you missed it last week, Lia Ices gaves us another preview of her upcoming album, Ices, with the song ‘Higher.’ This track joins previously released ‘Thousand Eyes’ on Lia’s followup to 2011′s acclaimed Grown Unknown. Produced by Benny Sagittarius [the production team of Lia and her brother Eliot] and Clams Casino, listen to the track above or here on Soundcloud / YouTube.

Pre-order the new album Ices out September 16th via iTunes, Amazon, Jagjaguwar, and your local record store.


TOUR DATES:
[all tickets: jagjaguwar.com/tour]

09/28 – Boulder Theater- Boulder, CO
09/29 – Ogden Theatre – Denver, CO
09/30 – Sokol Auditorium – Omaha, NE
10/01 – Myth – St. Paul, MN
10/03 – Minglewood Hall – Memphis, TN
10/04 – Republic New Orleans – New Orleans, LA
10/11 – George’s Majestic Lounge – Fayetteville, AR
10/14 – The Tabernacle – Atlanta, GA
10/15 – The Ritz – Raleigh, NC
10/17 – Rams Head Live! – Baltimore, MD
10/18 – Union Transfer – Philadelphia, PA
10/20 – 9:30 Club – Washington, DC

ON TOUR // Oneida Announce Summer Tour, Stream New “RPT” Via BrooklynVegan

Brooklyn legend Oneida may be at a venue near you this summer! Starting July 17th at Glasslands in Brooklyn the band will hit ten cities along the East Coast and Midwest. Bringing along the usual merch the band also have limited edition cassettes called The Brah Tapes which include original live and studio material from the last five years and will only be available on this tour.

To preview the tapes, this morning Brooklyn Vegan premiered “RPT”, which you can listen to above.

Here’s what Bobby Matador had to say on the track,
“A total burner. Recorded live at the Ocropolis with an audience, at one of our public in-studio events that inspired the remote Ocropolis performance installations of 2009-2011. Showtime plays the bass. Titled “RPT” at its birth, this tune is usually known within the O as “Kaddenium” or “Kaddenmium,” after the uncatalogued element discovered by renegade scientist David Kadden. The scientific establishment, unable to reach consensus on its precise atomic weight, has at least agreed that this shit is extremely heavy.”


TOUR DATES
[ticket links: jagjaguwar.com/tour]
Thurs. July 17 – Brooklyn, NY @ Glasslands
Fri. July 25 – Philadelphia, PA @ Boot & Saddle
Sat. July 26 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Gooski’s
Sun. July 27 – Cleveland, OH @ Beachland
Mon. July 28 – Columbus, OH @ Double Happiness
Tues. July 29 – Indianapolis, IN @ Joyful Noise
Wed. July 30 – Chicago, IL @ The Empty Bottle
Thurs. July 31 – Detroit, MI @ Trinosophes
Fri. August 1 – Toronto, ON @ Lee’s Palace
Sat. August 2 – Erie, PA @ The Beer Mug

ALBUM RELEASE // Sharon Van Etten ‘Are We There’ Out Now Worldwide, On Tour Now


Sharon Van Etten‘s new album Are We There is now out worldwide!

Following up from her 2012 album Tramp, Sharon shares an album not only fully-formed and extravagant in sound but also completely self-produced. Her writing also continues to explore personal experience drawing from feelings of emptiness, loss, fear of change, desire, waiting, and self-healing.

Preview the new album with selected tracks above or on our Soundcloud here.

Get the new album via SC Distribution, Amazon, iTunes, and your local record store.

Fantastic reviews have already started to come in:

“Even as she has settled into a successful solo career, Van Etten continues to write incisively about the volatility of love, with no loss of urgency or investment – Van Etten never sounded quite so self-assured musically”

- Pitchfork // 8.2

“Are We There offers an artist in full command of her voice and her instrument, a woman who knows exactly what she wants to offer listeners and who isn’t afraid to accompany the barest streaks of sunlight with thousands of clouds.”

- The A.V. Club // A-

“Are We There functions best as the portrait of an artist coming into her own, while hopefully putting some of her demons to rest.”

- Consequence of Sound // A-

Join Sharon for her Reddit #AMA today (5/27) at 12:30pm ET: http://www.reddit.com/r/IAmA/ her tonight on Later With Jools Holland on BBC Two.

Click read more to see Sharon’s upcoming tour dates continuing in France tomorrow night.

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LISTEN // Sharon Van Etten Shares “Every Time the Sun Comes Up”, EU/US Tour Dates Start In May


Today Pitchfork premiered the new Sharon Van Etten song “Every Time the Sun Comes Up”. You can listen to the second single above or on our Soundcloud here.

Pre-order Sharon’s new album out May 27th (26th in Europe) via SC Distribution, Amazon, iTunes, and your local record store.

Click read more to get all tour dates and see a special video The New Yorker filmed of Sharon performing the previously unheard “I Love You but I’m Lost” in her apartment. New Yorker subscribers can also read a piece on Sharon by Sasha Frere-Jones here.

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ALBUM RELEASE // Pink Mountaintops’ ‘Get Back’ Out Now, US Tour Starts Wednesday

Today we are excited to announce the worldwide release of Pink Mountaintops’ new album, Get Back. Stephen McBean cites influences for his latest release as “Alleys, curbs, walls, and cigarette-stained gig flyers. An island on the Pacific coast. Fake British towns. Slayer posters. The beauty of youth. It’s about listening to ‘Driver’s Seat’ and ‘Guns of Brixton’ and hotboxing The Duster.”

Joe Cardomone, known for his work with The Icarus Line, produced the new release. Get Back includes a wealth of talented Los Angeles musicians including J Mascis, Gregg Foreman, Daniel Allaire, Stephen Kille, and Rob Barbato. To finish up the record, Stephen called upon Randal Dunn who mixed it at Avast! Studios in Seattle and Howie Weinburg who mastered it in Laurel Canyon.

Listen to a preview of the new record above or on our Soundcloud here.

Read Interview Magazine‘s piece on Stephen where they interview him about leaving Vancouver for LA, the new album, and his early musical influences.

Get Back is available now via iTunes, SC Distribution, Amazon, and your local record store.

See what critics are saying about the new album:

“The record once again proves that rock is hard to define and often is whatever one wants it to be, at least as long as there’s a guitar, youthful spirit, and maybe a stage dive involved.”
- Popstache

“The Pink Mountaintops’ fourth long-player is dense, difficult, intoxicating, and bereft of a single dull moment.”
- AllMusic

“Stephen McBean is just one of those dudes, one of the many guys who inspires equal amounts of applause and jealousy because his projects always, in the truest sense of the word, rock.”
- Music OMH

Click read more to see tour dates for the band starting Wednesday night in Dallas.
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How Can You Really by Foxygen
Forever Dilating Eye by Sinoia Caves
Thousand Eyes by Lia Ices
Taking Chances by Sharon Van Etten
Every Time the Sun Comes Up by Sharon Van Etten
Lines of Latitude by Small Black
North Hollywood Microwaves by Pink Mountaintops
Fire-scene by S. Carey
Crown the Pines by S. Carey

How Can You Really by Foxygen

Our Love by Sharon Van Etten

Every Time the Sun Comes Up by Sharon Van Etten

Foxygen
Happy Valley, OR - Pickathon

Oneida
Toronto, ON - Lee's Palace

Unknown Mortal Orchestra
Happy Valley, OR - Pickathon

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