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Pink Mountaintops Hit Europe this Fall

Pink Mountaintops at FYF Fest courtesy Losanjealous

Steve McBean’s Pink Mountaintops will be traveling across Europe this November as a duo – he’ll be joined by American musician Gregg Foreman (Cat Power, Delta 72).

If you didn’t catch this earlier it’s worth mentioning again – Pink Mountaintops perform as “Metal Problem” in the new movie Everything Louder Than Everything Else and play a new song that totally rules called “Through All the Worry.”

DATES!

11/11/11 – Porto, Portugal: TBA
11/12/11 – Lisbon, Portugal: ZDB
11/14/11 – Madrid, Spain: El Sol
11/16/11 – Rome, Italy: Init
11/17/11 – Napoli, Italy: Galeria 19
11/18/11 – Ravenna, Italy: Bronson Club
11/19/11 – Brescia, Italy : Vinile 45
11/20/11 – Dudingen, Switzerland: Bad Bonn
11/22/11 – Vienna, Austria: Arena
11/23/11 – Prague, Czech Replublic: Alternativa Festival
11/24/11 – Berlin, Germany: Schokoladen
11/25/11 – Utrecht, Netherlands: Le Guess Who?
11/26/11 – Brussels, Belguim: Autumn Falls
11/27/11 – Paris, France: Point FMR
11/28/11 – London, UK: Lexington

Pink Mountaintops are METAL PROBLEM Watch “Through All the Worry”

Steve McBean and his band, Pink Mountaintops, were cast and appear as the band Metal Problem in the new film by Vancouver director Rob Leickner, Everything Louder Than Everything Else. The movie follows a woman who owns a recording studio, and Metal Theory records the song “Through All The Worry,” a new song by Pink Mountaintops. Steve McBean also performs in the movie (with lines and everything!). I totally buy that he’s in a rock band.

Everything Louder Than Everything Else is screening at the Plaza Theatre in Calgary on 6/20 at 9pm.

Pink Mountaintops will perform at Fuck Yeah Fest on September 3rd!

Lia Ices Remixed By Pink Mountaintops

Pink Mountaintops recently remixed Lia Ices’ “Love Is Won” from Grown Unknown. Our friends at RCDRD LBL put it best:

What starts as just voice and piano slowly builds to a crescendo with layers of electronic noise, a subtle electric guitar playing country licks, and heartbeat-like drumming. It maintains the restrained, dramatic performances of Grown Unknown while still adding a bit of bombast.

Listen to it over at the Jagjaguwar Facebook page.

 

 

 

Black Mountain Are Back At It

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It’s been a little over two years, or 1,051,200 minutes, or roughly 61,835 back-to-back “Bright Lights” since the release of “In The Future”. All of the Black Mountaineers have been staying busy, though.

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PINK MOUNTAINTOPS Perform Acoustic Session For They Shoot Music Don’t They

When PINK MOUNTAINTOPS were in Vienna, Austria last May they played this acoustic session in the bar before their show at Arena. Viennese blog They Shoot Music Don’t They was on hand to record the impromptu performance that included “Vampire,” “Plastic Man, You’re The Devil” and “Leslie.”

Pink Mountaintops are long since back from Europe and are apparently well rested. On top of just completing their second US tour behind “Outside Love,” the band will be heading out yet again on a stateside tour that includes select dates with label mates Dinosaur Jr.

11/10/09 Vancouver, BC – The Commodore Ballroom w/ Dinosaur Jr.
11/11/09 Victoria, BC – Sugar Nightclub w/ Dinosaur Jr.
11/13/09 Edmonton, AB, CA – Starlite Room w/ Dinosaur Jr.
11/14/09 Calgary, AB, CA – MacEwan Ballroom w/ Dinosaur Jr.
11/16/09 Saskatoon, SK, CA – The Odeon Events Centre w/ Dinosaur Jr.
11/17/09 Winnipeg, MB, CA – Pyramid Cabaret w/ Dinosaur Jr.
11/18/09 Fargo, ND – The Aquarium
11/19/09 St. Paul, MN – Turf Club
11/20/09 Omaha, NE – Slowdown Jr.
11/21/09 Denver, CO – Hi Dive
11/23/09 Salt Lake City, UT – Urban Lounge

Forgiven/Forgotten by Angel Olsen
May As Well (Bonus Track) by Angel Olsen
Continental Shelf by Viet Cong
How Can You Really by Foxygen
Cosmic Vibrations 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

Continental Shelf by Viet Cong

Windows by Angel Olsen

Your Love Is Killing Me by Sharon Van Etten

Coulda Been My Love by Foxygen

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