You know that moment in The Lion King where adult Simba lies down on a cliff, and the African dust particles align to coax him to have as much dirty lion sex as possible? In the context of Thee Oh Sees, and if Disney had chosen to abandon their institutional goal of toddler corruption, that not-entirely-legible word would possibly lean toward “hiatus” instead. You think Thee Oh Sees were on hiatus, but really, were they? If you squint your eyes, isn’t “Atticus” also a possibility? And so began a John Dwyer-led book club, where the first novel chosen was Harper Lee’s wonderful racial commentary from 1960, To Kill a Mockingbird.
But wait! In addition to the aforementioned hypothetical book club, the Bay Area-bred band also released Drop last year, so you know that any declared sabbatical wasn’t actually much of one. Or something. There were some seemingly spontaneous lineup changes, but where vocalist Brigid Dawson went briefly missing (she wasn’t on Drop), Mutilator Defeated At Last is marking her return. The newest LP is out May 18 on Castle Face. The track “Web” is below.
These guys are clearly the musical equivalent of Kenyans in a marathon.
Mutilator Defeated At Last tracklisting:
02. Withered Hand
03. Poor Queen
04. Turned Out Light
05. Lupine Ossuary
06. Sticky Hulks
07. Holy Smoke
08. Rogue Planet
09. Palace Doctor
03.14.15 - Phoenix, AZ - Viva PHX Festival
03.16.15 - Austin, TX - Hotel Vegas (Strange Brew 4 Party)
03.17.15 - Austin, TX - Hotel Vegas (Hot Burrito/SXSW Kick Off Party)
03.18.15 - Austin, TX - Mohawk (House of Vans Party - Midnight)
03.19.15 - Austin, TX - Hotel Vegas (Psych Fest Party - 04:45 PM)
03.19.15 - Austin, TX - Tequila Mockingbird - 306 W 16th St. - 06:00 PM
03.20.15 - Austin, TX - Home Slice Pizza - 03:00 PM
03.20.15 - Austin, TX - Hotel Vegas (Panache Showcase - Midnight )
03.21.15 - Austin, TX - Mohawk (Fun Fun Fun Fest Party - 01:30 PM)
03.21.15 - Austin, TX - Spider House (Panache Party - 06:00 PM)
03.22.15 - San Antonio, TX - The Korova (Burgerama Festival)
05.09.15 - Austin, TX - Levitation (Austin Psych Fest)
05.22.15 - Paris, France - Villette Sonique Festival
05.23.15 - Utrecht, Netherlands - Guess Who
05.24.15 - Mannheim, Germany - Mayfield Derby
05.25.15 - Leipzig, Germany - UT CONNEWITZ
05.26.15 - Liège, Belgium - Reflektor
05.27.15 - Besançon, France -La Rodia
05.28.15 - Düdingen, Switzerland - Bad Bonn (Kilbi Festival)
05.29.15 - Nimes, France - This is Not A Love Song Festival
05.30.15 - Barcelona, Spain - Primavera Festival
05.31.15 - Barcelona, Spain - Primavera Festival (Sala Apolo – Closing Party)
06.02.15 - Bordeaux, Frnace - BT59
06.04.15 - Verona, Italy - Interzona
06.05.15 - Ravenna, Italy - Beaches Brew
06.06.15 - Athens, Greece - Plizken Festival
Keeping track of the movements of Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy is something that not even the NSA with unlimited access to the world’s metadata could achieve. Suffice it to say that, as we could only hope and expect, Will Oldham has a shit-ton (which is actually a defined unit of measurement that only applies to Oldham’s output) of music being released in 2015.
One such release is a collaborative album under the moniker Bonnie Stillwatter that is due on April 28, in which the Bonnie Prince has laid down some “dark cinematic folk-rock” with the assistance of the band Watter and the microbrewery Stillwater Artisanal. Hence the name you see?
Watter, featuring members of Grails and Slint, released a mighty post-rock record via Temporary Residence last year and the label will also take the reigns to ensure the musical output of this collaboration makes it to your ears. It’s a long-form exploration called “The Devil Is People” and features slow-moving slabs of rock with Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy’s signature lyrical musings. The B-side sees “The Devil Is People” being reworked by one-time Tortoise member Bundy K. Brown.
As for the alcoholic element of this collaboration, the details are currently scarce, but in the meantime I’m going to listen to the record drinking non-Stillwater Artisanal beverages just to get myself in the mood.
You can pre-order the vinyl here and listen to the (first) title track now:
Bonnie Stillwatter tracklist;
01. The Devil Is People
02. The Devil Is People (The Cheech Wizard’s Hemiolic Chantey at the Edge of The Anthropocene Epoch)
• Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy: http://royalstablemusic.com
• Watter: http://temporaryresidence.com/artists/watter
• Stillwater Artisanal: http://www.stillwater-artisanal.com
• Temporary Residence: http://temporaryresidence.com
HELLO READERS! We’re excited to announce that Tiny Mix Tapes — your black market source for music-themed throw pillows — is heading to SXSW again, only this time we’re curating an official slot at SXSW’s Flatstock event. Presented by the American Poster Institute, Flatstock 48 will showcase a wide variety of gig posters from artists like Animal Rummy, Weird Beard 72, and Dan Stiles. But there will also be a stage for official SXSW performers. Despite our legal troubles and tendency toward violence, TMT was invited to curate a two-hour block, and we’ll be bringing along some of our favorite artists: Marie Davidson, Noveller, and Free Weed.
TMT’s slot goes down at 4PM on Saturday, March 21 at the Austin Convention Center - Exhibit Hall 4. Hope to see you there!
Saturday, March 21:
4:00 PM: Noveller
4:45 PM: Free Weed
5:30 PM: Marie Davidson
More info on the artists below:
• MARIE DAVIDSON
Marie Davidson is gearing up to release a new album, Un Autre Voyage, which is due April 14 on Holodeck Records. Montreal’s foremost analog electro chanteuse is starting up a tour just before SXSW that’ll take her across North America through April.
• FREE WEED
Free Weed is the solo moniker of Gnar Tapes head honcho Rikky Gage. Free Weed has released music on Beer on the Rug, Exo Tapes, Burger, and many more, with his latest album, Introducing, seeing release last month on Bad Diet.
Meanwhile, if you didn’t catch our SXSW radio spot, you can do so here:
Tiny Mix Tapes Guest DJ Playlist:
• Mr P:
Father - “Look at Wrist”
Rabit - “Bloody Eye”
GFOTY - “My Song”
Guy Akimoto - “BaeBae”
Marie Davidson - “Esthétique Privée”
• C Monster:
Prince Rama - “So Destroyed”
Free Weed - “Ballbreaker (She’s Fine)”
Kero Kero Bonito - “Rather Sleep”
Pharmakon - “Bang Bang (Nancy Sinatra)”
Sicko Mobb - “Lamborghini Girl”
Swervedriver - “Autodidact”
Noveller - “Concrete Dreams”
Sedcairn Archives - “Rail Cart to Rendezvous”
Bill Baird - “Shave”
• Benjamin Pearson:
Lil Herb - “At the Light”
Brooke Candy - “I Wanna Fuck Right Now”
[su:m] - “Throughout the Night”
SOPHIE - “Hard”
Wiz Kid - “Jaiye Jaiye”
You probably know The Melvins as the seminal “grunge rock” band that, above and beyond any other, was single-handedly responsible for putting the city of Seattle on the musical MAP back in the day (i.e. when people used maps). But alas, the many intervening years, sensational Superbowl nip-slips, and GREAT songs from Billy Corgan’s various projects have taken their toll on ol’ Melvin and his band of Melvins (I admittedly never checked but have long assumed that the band’s lead singer’s name is Melvin), and they’re just not as well-off or well-renown as they used to be.
In fact, nowadays Melvin and the rest of the Melvins are forced to feed themselves by reissuing albums that they only released a piddly fourteen years ago and touring the North American continent (i.e. America and Toronto) in support of… well, the fact that they’re The Melvins (and I guess maybe also in support of the album they released a few months ago).
Thus comes the not-at-all-surprising announcement that Ipecac Recordings will be reissuing the band’s 2001 release, Electroretard, on June 2 of this year (an eight-song album that featured Buzz Osborne of NASA fame, Nirvana drummer and Foo Fighters leader Dale Crover, and Kevin Rutmanis of The Red Hot Chili Peppers) in DIRECT CONJUNCTION with a run of dates that kicks off later that week in Tucson (which is a borough of Seattle). The band sincerely hopes that you’ll buy their album and visit one of the following venues on one of the correspondingly specified dates to watch them perform and relive “the good old days” when the very eye of the rock & roll galaxy was centered on Seattle Washington and its pride and joy: The Melvins.
P.S. - Here’s a video of The Melvins performing on Carson Daly’s late-night show to entice you further (just ignore the “Carson Daly” part?). Curse you, cruel lady fame!
Melvins tour dates:
06.06.15 - Tucson, AZ - Club Congress
06.07.15 - El Paso, TX - Lowbrow Palace
06.09.15 - San Antonio, TX - Korova
06.10.15 - Austin, TX - The Mohawk
06.11.15 - Dallas, TX - Trees
06.12.15 - Norman, OK - Opolis
06.14.15 - Lawrence, KS - The Bottleneck
06.15.15 - St. Louis, MO - The Firebird
06.16.15 - Grand Rapids, MI - The Pyramid Scheme
06.17.15 - Detroit, MI - Shelter
06.18.15 - Columbus, OH - A&R Music Bar
06.18-21.15 - Montebello, QC - Amnesia Rockfest
06.22.15 - Toronto, ON - Danforth Music Hall
06.23.15 - London, ON - Call The Office
06.25.15 - Cleveland, OH - The Grog Shop
06.26.15 - Syracuse, NY - The Westcott Theater
06.27.15 - Boston, MA - Paradise Rock Club
06.28.15 - Hamden, CT - The Ballroom at the Outer Space
06.29.15 - New York, NY - Santos Party House
06.30.15 - New York, NY - Santos Party House
07.01.15 - Philadelphia, PA - Underground Arts
07.02.15 - Baltimore, MD - Ottobar
07.03.15 - Carrboro, NC - Cat’s Cradle
07.05.15 - Nashville, TN - Exit In
07.06.15 - Louisville, KY - Mercury Ballroom
07.07.15 - Indianapolis, IN - The Vogue Theatre
07.08.15 - Chicago, IL - Double Door
07.09.15 - Madison, WI - High Noon Saloon
07.11.15 - Minneapolis, MN - Grumpy’s
07.12.15 - Fargo, ND - The Aquarium
07.13.15 - Sioux Falls, SD - The District
07.14.15 - Omaha, NE - The Waiting Room
07.16.15 - Ft. Collins, CO - Aggie Theatre
07.17.15 - Denver, CO - Summit Music Hall
07.18.15 - Taos, NM - Taos Mesa Brewing
07.19.15 - Albuquerque, NM - The Launchpad
07.21.15 - Phoenix, AZ - Crescent Ballroom
[Photo: Mat Hayward]
Damien Dubrovnik plan new LP for joint release on Alter and Posh Isolation; just say “Ok” under your breath for more info!
Why hello there! It looks like you’ve stumbled upon a bit of internet writing about an upcoming music album. Please softly verbalize the phrase, “But of course,” if you would like to learn more about the album.
Thank you for your soft verbalization. This bit of internet writing about an upcoming music album is specifically related to the work of the Cophenhagen-based duo of Loke Rahbek and Christian Stadsgaard in Damien Dubrovnik. The new album at hand is entitled Vegas Fountain. It will be jointly released on March 30 by Rahbek and Stadsgaard’s own Posh Isolation along with the London-based Alter (run by Luke Younger a.k.a. Helm). If you would like a brief description of the circumstances surrounding this album in conjunction with an embedded SoundCloud player containing album opener “On Its Double” please softly verbalize, “Please father, gift it unto me,” now.
Thank you for your soft verbalization. Though the duo came together back in 2009, it was in the wake of 2013’s First Burning Attraction that they felt they fully “honed their craft in the studio and found a working rhythm where their live performance fed into the studio work and vice versa.” As such, the group describes Vegas Fountain as perhaps their most fully realized work to date, with clearer production thumping out the full weight of their live performances. Use your ears to investigate the 10-minute curdle of “On Its Double” below and perhaps you will see what I mean.
Vegas Fountain tracklist:
01. On It’s Double
02. Interior 1: Upper Lip
03. Fingers Into Majorelle
04. Interior 2: See Water Glass
05. Interior 3: Matching Window Blinds
06. Vegas Fountain
Countries that Iceage are playing on their upcoming world tour, beginning next week and stretching out for six months: US, Canada, the UK, Germany, Spain, Russia, Italy, Greece, Iceland, and Portugal.
Festivals that Iceage are playing on the aforementioned tour: New Myths, SXSW, Spillover Music Fest, Live at Glasgow, Liverpool Sound City, Mayfield Derby, Way Back When, Primavera Sound, Summer Student, Beaches Brew, Plussken, Press Summer, Bonnaroo, NXNE, Sled Island, ATP, Pitchfork, and Paredes De Coura.
Countries and festivals Iceage aren’t playing: Myanmar, Gathering of the Juggalos, and maybe a few others.
03.14.15 - Marfa, TX - New Myths Festival
03.15.15 - Austin, TX - The Mohawk (Barbarian Group Party)
03.16.15 - McAllen, TX - Cine El Rey Theatre (Galax Z Fair)
03.17.15 - Austin, TX - Hotel Vegas
03.18.15 - Austin, TX - The Gypsy Lounge (Converse/Thrasher Death Match)
03.19.15 - Austin, TX - The Scoot Inn (DoPBR Party - Early)
03.19.15 - Austin, TX - Yellow Jacket Social Club (Brixton Broadcast - Late)
03.20.15 - San Antonio, TX - The Paper Tiger
03.21.15 - Austin, TX - Beerland
03.22.15 - Dallas, TX - Spillover Music Fest
04.27.15 - London, UK - Village Underground
04.28.15 - Brighton, UK - Sticky Mikes
04.29.15 - Cardiff, UK - Clwb Ifor Bach
04.30.15 - Dublin, Ireland - Workman’s Club
05.01.15 - Birmingham, UK - Hare and Hounds
05.02.15 - Manchester, UK - Night and Day
05.03.15 - Glasgow, UK - Live at Glasgow Festival
05.04.15 - Leeds, UK - Brudenell Social Club
05.05.15 - Bristol, UK - Fleece
05.22.15 - Liverpool, UK - Liverpool Sound City Festival
05.23.15 - Mannheim, Germany - Mayfield Derby Festival
05.24.15 - Dortmund, Germany - Way Back When Festival
05.25.15 - Barcelona, Spain - Primavera Sound Festival
05.27.15 - Berlin, Germany - Bi Nuu
05.28.15 - Leipsig, Germany - UT Connewitz
05.29.15 - St. Petersburg, Russia - The Place
05.30.15 - Moscow, Russia - Teatr
06.01.15 - Rome, Italy - Cohouse
06.03.15 - Padova, Italy - Summer Student Festival
06.04.15 - Ravenna, Italy - Beaches Brew Festival
06.05.15 - Athens, Greece - Plussken Festival
06.06-07.15 - Houston, TX - Press Summer Festival
06.08.15 - New Orleans, LA - Siberia *
06.09.15 - Memphis, TN - Hi-Tone *
06.11.15 - Manchester, TN - Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival
06.12.15 - Atlanta, GA - Drunken Unicorn (Red Bull Sound Select) *
06.13.15 - Asheville, NC - The Mothlight *
06.14.15 - Raleigh, NC - King’s *
06.15.15 - Washington, DC - CD9 *
06.16.15 - Brooklyn, NY - 315 Ten Eyck *&
06.18.15 - Toronto, ON - Opera House (NXNE Festival) ^
06.20.15 - Cleveland, OH - Now That’s Class *
06.21.15 - Madison, WI - High Noon Saloon *
06.22.15 - Fargo, ND - The Aquarium (Dempsey’s Upstairs) *
06.23.15 - Winnipeg, MB - The Good Will Social Club *
06.25.15 - Saskatoon, SK - Vangelis Tavern *
06.26.15 - Calgary, AB - Sled Island Music Festival *
06.28.15 - Vancouver, BC - The Cobalt *
06.29.15 - Seattle, WA - Neumos *
06.30.15 - Portland, OR - Mississippi Studios *
07.02-04.15 - Keflavik, Iceland - ATP Iceland
07.17.15 - Chicago, IL - Pitchfork Music Festival
08.20.15 - Parades De Coura, Portugal - Paredes De Coura Festival
* Low Life
& Amen Dunes
^ A Place To Bury Strangers
of Montreal announce live album, US tour, provide option for those allergic to psychedelic tiger dancers
Not that I’m breaking any news here, but of Montreal have a distinctive live show. And until psychedelic dancers dressed in tiger masks, ten-foot-tall dresses, and monsters with giant fists become the norm, they’ll probably stay pretty darn distinctive. Though what if you have an aversion to such things? Not, like, you dislike them, but you have an actual doctor’s note saying to avoid exposure to psych-fantasy visuals? Well, wonderful news, friend. You, too, can safely experience the of Montreal live show with their upcoming live album, Lustrous Doomings, due out April 18 through Polyvinyl.
If you’ve been keeping up with record store-based holidays, you know that April 18 is Record Store Day. As such, the record is an RSD exclusive, limited to 3000 copies. Each copy is a 2xLP pressed onto 180 gram yellow-and-orange vinyl, possibly too colorful for the psych-averse but, whatever, you’ll manage. The 19-track album consists of 90 minutes of recording from performances at San Francisco’s Great American Music Hall and Portland’s Wonder Ballroom, thus bending the laws of time and space.
For those without the hang-ups, of Montreal are currently on tour. They’ll be on the road until early April, dragging a practical warehouse of costumes and sets from East Coast to West Coast and back. Go see it if you’re not afraid of exploding mushrooms full of confetti or, you know, other stuff like that.
Snare Lustrous Doomings tracklist:
01. Suffer for Fashion
02. Fugitive Air
03. A Sentence of Sorts in Kongsvinger
04. The Party’s Crashing Us
05. Triumph of Disintegration
06. Coquet Coquette
07. Obsidian Currents
08. Time Will Show the Wiser
09. Honeymoon in San Francisco
10. You Do Mutilate?
11. Wraith Pinned to the Mist and Other Games
12. Bunny Ain’t No Kind of Rider
13. Plastis Wafer
14. St. Exquisite’s Confessions
15. Oslo in the Summertime
16. Heimdalsgate Like a Promethean Curse
17. Gronlandic Edit
18. She’s a Rejecter
19. The Past Is a Grotesque Animal
of Montreal dates:
03.11.15 - New York, NY - Webster Hall #
03.12.15 - Cleveland, OH - Beachland Ballroom *
03.13.15 - Chicago, IL - The Metro *
03.14.15 - Milwaukee, WI - Turner Hall *
03.15.15 - Minneapolis, MN - First Ave *
03.16.15 - Omaha, NE - Waiting Room *
03.17.15 - Oklahoma City, OK - ACM @ UCO Performance Lab *
03.18.15 - Houston, TX - Walter’s Downtown *
03.19.15 - Austin, TX - SXSW
03.20.15 - El Paso, TX - Tricky Falls !
03.21.15 - Tucson, AZ - The Rialto !
03.22.15 - Los Angeles, CA - The Regent !
03.23.15 - Los Angeles, CA - Largo at the Coronet
03.24.15 - San Francisco, CA - Great American Music Hall !
03.25.15 - San Francisco, CA - Slim’s !
03.26.15 - Portland, OR - Wonder Ballroom !
03.27.15 - Seattle, WA - Neumo’s !
03.28.15 - Boise, ID - Treefort Festival
03.29.15 - Salt Lake City, UT - Urban Lounge !
03.30.15 - Aspen, CO - Belly Up Aspen !
03.31.15 - Denver, CO - Bluebird !
04.01.15 - Lawrence, KS - The Granada !
04.02.15 - Dallas, TX - Trees !
04.03.15 - Austin, TX - The Mohawk !
04.04.15 - New Orleans, LA - Howlin’ Wolf !
^ Nedelle Torrisi
# Yonatan Gat
! Yip Deceiver
[Photo: Chad Kamenshine]
Holly Herndon has been all about that microsite, music video, and 10-inch game lately. And we’ve all been like, “Yo, Holly, you do you, but you ever thought about putting out a new full-length? We were all pretty into Movement back in 2012, you know.” And Holly just kept on doing Holly, which we totally respected, but were also sort of secretly at the same time thinking to ourselves, “Couldn’t ‘doing Holly’ include releasing a full-length possibly?” And then, lo and behold, we, or I, Taylor, came across a peach of a press release in the very same email inbox that I mostly use to talk to my mother: Holly Herndon has announced a new LP entitled Platform to be released on May 19 via 4AD and RVNG Intl.! Wow!
Platform apparently finds Herndon bringing a wider array of artists in to assist in her creative process, including the Dutch design studio Metahaven, digital artist Mat Dryhurst, and a collaborative track with Amnesia Scanner. It includes the two previously released singles “Chorus” and “Home,” the latter of which came with a music video created by Metahaven in collaboration with Herndon. Well, Herndon and Metahaven have gone and done the video thing again, this time for album opener “Interference.” You can watch the video below and pre-order the album. You could also pre-order the album via RVNG Intl. or 4AD and then watch the video. Or, if you have two monitors because you are rich, you could do both things at once. It really is up to you!
03. Unequal (feat. Colin Self)
04. Morning Sun
05. Locker Leak (feat. Spencer Longo)
06. An Exit (feat. Amnesia Scanner)
07. Lonely at the Top (feat. Claire Tolan)
10. New Ways to Love
It is now time for news about Oneohtrix Point Never, a.k.a. Daniel Lopatin.
The news is that he’s announced a new 12-inch for Record Store Day.
The 12-inch is called Commissions II. Commissions II is the follow-up to Commissions I. Commissions II features a new selection of commissioned works, including music inspired by the video game soundtracks of Japanese artist Manabu Namiki (“Bullet Hell Abstraction”). Commissions II also includes music from his “re-imagined soundtrack” to Koji Morimoto’s anime film, Magnetic Rose (“Suite From Magnetic Rose”).
BONUS NEWS: Commissions II was engineered by Paul Corley. Commissions II was mastered by Bedroom Community’s Valgeir Sigurðsson. Commissions II is over 30 minutes long. Commissions II features cover art with help from Robert Beatty (<3). Commissions II comes in a black foil print jacket.
Commissions II will be out Saturday, April 18.
A1. Bullet Hell Abstraction I
A2. Bullet Hell Abstraction III
B1. Suite From Magnetic Rose
You can call me a Twin Peaks geek for sure, as I’ll follow these guys anywhere… even into the dark! Just kidding, Benny Gibbs. But, seriously, the darkness this year is SXSW, and the Peaky Bros. (a.k.a. Twin Peaks, dur) are going to the so-called dankest of dank: Austin, TX. If playing at SXSW doesn’t say loudly enough, “Mom and dad, I’m throwing my life away,” then how about releasing an album for free on Bandcamp? How will these kids eat?
First of all, douches, the Peaky Bros. aren’t kids. They’re grown-ass adults with grown-up assholes. And, let’s get serious, SXSW is cool and fun, sure. It’s more like the skankiest of the skank and, speaking for TMT, we can get behind that both figuratively and literally. The demos from their breakout hit, Wild Onion, are available to download from Bandcamp under the name Mind Frames. Download that shit, dude, and I’ll see you at SXSW. I’ll be the guy with the beard and the shirt.
03.14.15 - Columbia, MO - Rose Music Hall
03.15.15 - Oklahoma City, OK - City Press
03.16.15 - Austin, TX - Tumblr Fuck Yeah Party Sponsored by Entourage, Mohawk *
03.17.15 - Austin, TX - Chicago Made Official Showcase, The Main ^
03.18.15 - Austin, TX - Waterloo In-Store %
03.18.15 - Austin, TX - Jansport Bonfire Sessions Official Showcase, Cheer Up Charlie’s
03.20.15 - Austin, TX - IFC Fairgrounds, Palm Park $
03.20.15 - Austin, TX - Dr. Marten’s Official Showcase, Bar 96 #
03.21.15 - Austin, TX - Burgermania, Hotel Vegas @
03.27.15 - Milwaukee, WI - Turner Hall Ballroom &*
03.28.15 - Santa Ana, CA - Burgerama IV
04.01.15 - Los Angeles, CA - Ace Theatre (The Music of David Lynch) **
04.11.15 - Bloomington, IN - Culture Shock Music Festival ^^
04.30.15 - Lakewood, OH - Mahall’s **
05.01.15 - Washington, DC - Rock & Roll Hotel **
05.02.15 - Brooklyn, NY - Music Hall of Williamsburg **
05.04.15 - Northampton, MA - Iron Horse **
05.05.15 - Allston, MA - Great Scott **
05.07.15 - Toronto, ON - Canadian Music Week
05.09.15 - Kalamazoo, MI - Bells Eccentric Café **
05.20.15 - Sioux Falls, SD - Total Drag Records **
05.22.15 - George, WA - Sasquatch Festival
05.27.15 - Portland, OR - Mississippi Studios %*
05.29.15 - Santa Barbara, CA - Velvet Jones **
05.30.15 - Los Angeles, CA - Jewels Catch One **
06.02.15 - Las Vegas, NV - The Bunkhouse Saloon**
06.04.15 - Austin, TX - Red 7 **
06.05.15 - San Antonio, TX - 502 Bar **
06.06.15 - Houston, TX - Free Press Summer Fest **
06.17.15 - Pittsburgh, PA - Brillobox **
06.18.15 - Dover, DE - Firefly Music Festival **
07.17.15 - Louisville, KY - Forecastle Festival
* Spoon, ASTR, Tei Shi
^ Vic Mensa, Gemini Club
& Will Butler, The Districts
$ Priory, Robert DeLong, and Odesza
# Cloud Nothings, Palma Violets, and Broncho
@ King Tuff, Meatbodies, Gap Dream
&* Benjamin Booker, White Rapper
%* Chastity Belt, White Rapper
** White Reaper
• Twin Peaks: http://twinpeaksdudes.com