Month: March 2021

My Morning Jacket – “Outta My System” Video and EP Release

first_imgMy Morning Jacket has shared a new video for their song “Outta My System” which will be featured on the Outta My System EP set to be released on August 7th. The animated video was directed by James Frost, who has directed videos by both Radiohead and Coldplay, and features Zach Galifanakis as the wizard. The video appeared on both VEVO and Pitchfork.Dave Sitek from TV on the Radio, and Ernest Greene (aka Washed Out) both have remixes on the album, which will also include the song “Friends Again” which appeared on the limited 7” which was released this past December.MMJ will be playing Williamsburg Park in Brooklyn on Sunday, August 19th. Opening the show will be Shabazz Palaces. For tickets, click here .Check out the video for “Outta My System” here:For more MMJ tour dates, check herelast_img read more

Jersey’s Reopened Wellmont Theater Announces Shows

first_imgNew Jersey’s Wellmont Theater is set to reopen after summer closures, and is coming back with a strong lineup of shows.Earlier this week Wellmont, being booked by Live Nation, announced the first and opening show of the new Wellmont to be set on 09/06/13 as Blink-182, who is sure to draw in a packed crowd for the venue.Now the line-up for the upcoming few months is expanding even more by adding three more shows to look forward to. The month of October will welcome performances by The Fray (10/13), Brian Wilson and Jeff Beck (10/16), and comedian John Pinette (10/26) to the renewed Jersey venue.All tickets for the performances will go on sale this upcoming Thursday, August 29th via Visit the Wellmont Theater’s official site for more information.last_img

Pemberton Music Festival Releases Lineup

first_imgPemberton Music Festival in Pemberton, British Columbia released its lineup this past week. The three-day festival has named Nine Inch Nails, Outkast, Deadmau5 and Soundgarden as the headliners. The festival will take place Friday, July 18 through Sunday, July 20. Nearly 100 performers will be at Pemberton, including both musicians and comedians.Music performances will include Frank Ocean, Kendrick Lamar, Modest Mouse, Snoop Dogg, The Flaming Lips, Girl Talk, Young the Giant, Empire of the Sun, Big Gigantic, and many more.Comedy performances will include Bob Saget, The Trailer Park Boys, Nick Swardson, Tom Green, and more. There is camping available at the festival in addition to art, music, food, and dancing.Advance General Admission tickets have already sold out, but Regular General Admission and VIP tickets are still available for purchase, through the festival’s website.To learn more about the festival head over to their main website.-John Nowak (@jowak93)last_img read more

Mike Gordon Pays Homage to Bruce Springsteen, The Statue

first_imgMike Gordon has shown his love for fellow American rock idol Bruce Springsteen, snapping a picture of himself laying his lips on the cheek of the star’s bust in Princeton. The statue, which now resides outside Larini’s Service Center and gas station at the corner of Alexander and Faculty Roads, was sculpted by local resident Steve Zorochin based on shots of “The Boss” singing ‘One Trick Pony’ in the movie The Wrestler.Zorichin, who grew up in Princeton, created and titled the sculpture based on Springsteen’s passion for using his art to help people. And now, thanks to Zorichin’s tribute, as well as Gordon’s affectionate photo, the statue has been featured in a new book titled Rock Atlas USA: The Musical Landscape of America, making Princeton part of legendary rock music history.[Via Town Topics]last_img read more

Dark Star Orchestra Announce Spring Tour Dates

first_imgDark Star Orchestra will cap off an amazing 2014 with a two-night stint at the Paramount in Huntington, and already have their sights turned towards the new year. The band that surpassed The Grateful Dead in number of shows performed will hit the road towards the end of March, playing a number of shows in Colorado, Utah, Oregon, and California.For tickets, head to the official DSO website. You can also find tickets for Jeff Mattson/Rob Barraco & Friends, with Skip Vangelas and Tom Barraco, who are performing tonight in Patchogue, NY. Check out our review of the final show of their fall tour run in Boston..Dark Star Orchestra Spring Tour:March 26 Boulder Theater—Boulder, CO March 27 Boulder Theater—Boulder, CO March 28 Boulder Theater—Boulder, CO March 29 The Depot—Salt Lake City, UT April 2 Crystal Ballroom—Portland, OR April 3 Crystal Ballroom—Portland, OR April 4 McDonald Theatre—Eugene, OR April 6 Terrapin Crossroads—San Rafael, CA April 7 Great American Music Hall—San Francisco, CA April 8 Great American Music Hall—San Francisco, CA April 10 Vina Robles Amphitheatre—Paso Robles, CA April 11 Libbey Bowl—Ojai, CAlast_img read more

Highlights And Photos From The Disco Biscuits At Best Buy Theater, Night One 12/29/14

first_imgLast night started what has become an annual New Year’s run at NYC’s Best Buy Theater for the Disco Biscuits. After two solid showing in Chicago at the Concord Music Hall, the band was primed and ready to go. Taking the stage and playing a little bluesy ditty to get started, the band went right into “Bernstein & Chasnoff,” which had a great outro jam that led into a “Voices Insane” bustout (it’s only been played twice this year, and seen a serious decline in show appearances the last five years) that was super funky. “Pilin’ It Higher” brought an overall increase in room temperature, as beads of sweat began to form on many bodies. The age old saying IS right!Second set was solid. Anytime “I-Man” makes an appearance, it typically signals a good time. Especially when it is sandwiched between “House Dog Party Favor.” I’ll take one of those, please and thank you! “Catalyst” received a warm welcome from the crowd, and ended the second set properly. A “Spy” encore led into the ending of “November Rain” (similar to the November 24th, 2006 Hammerstein show).Oh, and then then Tractorbeam at BB King’s happened. Yeah….about that. Straight extra filthy, lyric-less Biscuits. Super fun to see them throw down at BB’s once again, and the set was fire. Didn’t let up from start to finish, and people got down hard, with a setlist that consisted of “Ladies>Orch Theme>Tricycle>Ladies,” bookended by “Confrontation.”See you back out there tonight.Monday, December 29, 2014I: Bernstein & Chasnoff-> Voices Insane-> Pilin it Higher-> M.E.M.P.H.I.S.-> Tempest-> Bernstein & ChasnoffII: Uber Glue-> House of Dog Party Favor-> I-Man-> House Dog Party Favor-> CatalystE: Spy-> November RainTractorbeam BB King’s Setlist:I: Confrontation-> And the Ladies Were the Rest of the Night-> Orch Theme-> Tricycle-> Orch Theme-> And the Ladies Were the Rest of the Night-> Confrontation All Photos: Andrew Andrew Scott Blackstein Photographylast_img read more

Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad Explore Folk Roots On New Album

first_imgFollowing the tremendous success of their most recent album Steady (which debuted at #1 on the Billboard reggae chart), East Coast roots-reggae tour-de-force Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad have just released a new Americana roots-themed album entitled Bright Days, out May 18th on Easy Star Records.Like Steady, Bright Days was also recorded at Rear Window Studio in Brookline, MA, again with the incredibly well-respected reggae producer Craig “DubFader” Welsch (10 Ft. Ganja Plant) at the helm.    Milt Reder, the owner of Rear Window Studio, also influenced the direction of the record heavily, playing guitar throughout. Reder has a long history in the business as a player, producer and songwriter, having worked with Susan Tedeschi, Bo Diddley, and others.  Singer-bassist James Searl remarked that Reder helped guide GPGDS to accomplish their goal of recording songs that had never been rehearsed or worked out previous to the studio session, noting that “When Milt plugged in his guitar and began to play, we realized that the session was serious and special.”Bright Days features nine original songs that span the musical landscape from American Beauty-era Grateful Dead sounds (the title track), to early American folk music via Bob Dylan and Neil Young (“It Won’t Be Long”) and even to some good ol’ Southern country-blues inspired tunes such as “Good to You.”Other notable guests featured are G. Love on harmonica on “Humboldt County Gold,” an herb-inspired honky-tonk tune which beautifully incorporates G. Love’s harmonica with muddy, bluesy guitar lines and soulful harmonies which permeate the album. Not to be left unmentioned is the impressive work of renowned mandolin player Eric Robertson (The Boston Boys) on “Good To You,” “War Machine,” and “Atabey,” the latter being an exceptionally uplifting instrumental.All in all, while Bright Days might not feel as “cohesive” as Country (2012), the entire album invokes deep feelings of struggle, perseverance and nostalgia for simpler times, which all feel extremely relevant now with the unfortunate passing of B.B. King, whose blues music has invoked those same feelings for generations of people, both past and present.Whatever reservations critics might foster towards a reggae band exploring elements of bluegrass, folk, country and Americana-roots, GPGDS have surely silenced them once and for all with this most recent offering.  Bright Days showcases the band’s immense appreciation for all of these styles, and the band’s ability to incorporate all of them into one album makes this the perfect soundtrack for a lazy Sunday river float or a hot summer night by the fire with good friends.-Mark McGwin @markmcgwinYou can order the album and get more information on the band via their official website. Check out their full tour schedule below!Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad – U.S. Tour DatesMay 22: Monterey, CA – California Roots FestivalMay 24: Novato, CA – HopMonk TavernMay 25: Oakland, CA – Leo’sMay 27: Las Vegas, NV – Brooklyn BowlMay 28: Hermosa Beach, CA – Saint RockeMay 30: Ventura, CA – Discovery VenturaMay 31: Solana Beach, CA – Fiesta del Sol (Free)Jul 11: San Bernardino, CA – Chalice FestivalJul 16: Trumansburg, NY – GrassRoots FestivalJul 31: Berryville, VA – Pasture PaloozaAug 1: Amagansett, NY – The Stephen TalkhouseAug 7: Steamboat Springs, CO – Schmiggity’sAug 8: Loveland, CO – Arise Music FestivalAug 13: Rochester, NY – Party In The ParkAug 21: Franklin, OH – Ohmstead Music FestivalAug 22: Bartow, WV – Camp BarefootAug 29: Naples, NY – Purple Pig Music FestivalSep 19: Sterling, NY – Sterling Stage Last Daze Of SummerSep 20: Greenfield, MA – Wormtown Music Festivallast_img read more

Dickinson Brothers, Eric McFadden Join Widespread Panic For Ride Festival Closer

first_imgWidespread Panic closed out the Ride Festival in Telluride, CO with an amazing performance last night, bringing out a handful of guests throughout a tremendous festival-closing performance. After the previous night featured a sit-in from guitar legend Warren Haynes, the band got some help from a number of luminaries throughout the night.After a few songs into the set, Luther and Cody Dickinson of the North Mississippi Allstars joined in for two songs, “Ride High” and “Tail Dragger”. Later on, another guitar virtuoso, Eric McFadden, aided the group on the final two numbers of the set, “Arleen” and “Red Hot Mama”. WSP then closed out with a two-song encore of “Honky Red” and “City of Dreams”.The band is firing on all cylinders as they gear up for their first album release in five years, Street Dogs. Setlist: Widespread Panic at Ride Festival, Telluride, CO – 7/12/15Set I: Hatfield > Henry Parsons Died, Steven’s Cat, You Got Yours, Climb to Safety > Ride Me High*, Tail Dragger*, Disco, Cease Fire > Jamais Vu, Driving Song > Chilly Water > Papa’s Home > Drums > Papa’s Home > Driving Song, Arleen**, Red Hot Mama**Enc: Honky Red, City of DreamsNotes: *w/Cody and Luther Dickinson **w/Eric McFaddenlast_img read more

Jackie Greene Leaves Trigger Hippy

first_imgDespite playing a pivotal role in the band’s formation, guitarist Jackie Greene has announced his departure from the rock and roll collective, Trigger Hippy. The group, comprised of Black Crowes’ drummer Steve Gorman, singer Joan Osborne, bassist Nick Gorvik and guitarist Tom Bukovac, will certainly miss Greene’s unique style and stage presence.Citing his solo career for the decision, Greene offers his Hippy companions all the best. Greene will release his first solo album in five years, Back To Birth, on August 21st. Here’s his message, posted to his Facebook page, below:It’s been a great pleasure playing with a Trigger Hippy the past few years, but I must call it quits. My first album in five years is right around the corner and I must focus my attention on that. I am no longer a member of Trigger Hippy.I will not be at the Full Tilt Boogie Festival in VT, but I’m sure it will be a great time and I sincerely hope everyone enjoys themselves.Thanks to all who came out and supported us over the past few years, we really appreciate it.We’re wishing Jackie Greene and Trigger Hippy all the best![Photo via Greg Horowitz]last_img read more

Tedeschi Trucks Band Welcome Special Guests At The Beacon Theatre [Gallery]

first_imgThe Tedeschi Trucks Band is underway with their annual NYC Beacon Theatre fall run, and as per usual, the band has been welcoming a number of special guests to the stage. Last night, they were joined by new Colbert bandleader Jon Batiste on “Bound for Glory”, “Don’t Think Twice” and finally an encore of a Sly Stone medley. During the encore, the band was also joined by Eric Krasno (Soulive/Lettuce) and Cochemea “Cheme” Gastelum (Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings) to complete the powerful set.Check out photos from the memorable evening courtesy of photographer Chad Anderson (full gallery at the bottom).Setlist: Let Me Get By, Keep On Growing, Anyhow, Bird On A Wire, The Letter, Bound For Glory*, Don’t Think Twice*, Cry Me A River, I Want More, Midnight In Harlem, The Storm, I Pity The Fool, With A Little Help From My Friends, Enc: Sly Stone Medley*^(*) w/ Jon Batiste(^) w/ Eric Krasno and Cheme Load remaining imageslast_img read more