All entries from July 2011
Thursday July 28, 2011 (39 months ago)
Eulogies have posted an alternate version of the song “Better Than Nothing” done on the wurlitzer electric piano on their official website.
Songwriter/vocalist Peter Walker explains his methods for creating this new mix by saying, “I took the songs and stripped them all down to the basics: kick, snare and vocal. Then I replaced the guitars, using a wurlitzer electric piano, and went from there to come up with an entirely different look.”
Walker continues, “the album [Tear The Fences Down] ended up being so sonically rich and juicy it was a fun exercise to tear everything away and see what a different approach would bring to these songs.”
Download “Better Than Nothing (Wurlitzer Mix)” for free and look for the rest of the “wurlitzer mixes” to be released over the coming weeks.
Thursday July 28, 2011 (39 months ago)
Starting today fans can pre-order the new album from Butch Walker and the Black Widows, The Spade, before it hits stores on August 30.
PRE-ORDER PACKAGE #1 ($25)
– CD or vinyl + t-shirt
PRE-ORDER PACKAGE #2 ($35)
– CD or vinyl + t-shirt + custom playing cards
PRE-ORDER PACKAGE #3 ($50)
– CD or vinyl + t-shirt + custom playing cards + autographed lithograph
Or pre-order the MP3 album, CD, or vinyl individually from the Dangerbird webstore, starting at only $8.99 and get an immediate download of “Summer of ’89.”
Stay tuned for Butch Walker and the Black Widows fall tour dates to be announced shortly. In the meantime, catch them performing live on August 27th at The Sunset Junction Festival in Los Angeles, CA.
Wednesday July 27, 2011 (39 months ago)
Watch Fitz and The Tantrums make their Australian television debut on The Morning Show.
Pickin’ Up The Pieces is now available in Australia. Download on iTunes Australia.
Tuesday July 26, 2011 (39 months ago)
In celebration of Minus the Bear‘s 10-year anniversary, the Seattle based quintet is hitting the road for the month of October, into November with something special for their ever-growing fan base: To commemorate a decade of music the band will be integrating a performance of their 2002 debut album, Highly Refined Pirates, (in its entirety) into their full sets.
Since their formation in 2001, Minus the Bear have released several EPs and four albums, the latest being 2010’s OMNI, which garnered extensive praise from critics and fans alike. In support of OMNI, the band has been hard at work touring worldwide.
Ticket pre-sale is up now on the band’s website for all dates, and fans can add to their order an exclusive Minus the Bear t-shirt, or an autographed copy of Highly Refined Pirates on vinyl. The band’s first EP, This Is What I Know About Being Gigantic will also be released on vinyl for the first time.
Minus the Bear 10th Anniversary Tour Dates
OCT 04 – Boise, ID
OCT 05 – Salt Lake City, UT
OCT 06 – Denver, CO
OCT 07 – Lawrence, KS
OCT 08 – Milwaukee, WI
OCT 10 – Minneapolis, MN
OCT 11 – Chicago, IL
OCT 12 – Detroit, MI
OCT 13 – Buffalo, NY
OCT 14 – Pittsburgh, PA
OCT 15 – Philadelphia, PA
OCT 16 – Boston, MA
OCT 18 – New York, NY
OCT 20 – Richmond, VA
OCT 21 – Raleigh, NC
OCT 22 – Atlanta, GA
OCT 23 – New Orleans, LA
OCT 24 – Houston, TX
OCT 25 – Dallas, TX
OCT 26 – Austin, TX
OCT 28 – Albuquerque, NM
OCT 29 – Tempe, AZ
OCT 30 – Las Vegas, NV
OCT 31 – Los Angeles, CA
NOV 01 – Los Angeles, CA
NOV 02 – San Diego, CA
NOV 03 – Pomona, CA
NOV 04 – San Francisco, CA
NOV 07 – Sacramento, CA
NOV 08 – Portland, OR
Monday July 25, 2011 (39 months ago)
Check out this fun summertime video of Fitz and The Tantrums performing “Don’t Gotta Work It Out” live on a boat in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Friday July 22, 2011 (39 months ago)
Listen to the full 5-song session (including a new song) and interview with Nic, that originally aired on July 13, 2011.
Hear future episodes of “Connections” on Saturday’s from 3-6pm PST on 88.5 FM in Los Angeles, or streaming live at KCSN.ORG.
Catch The Fling on tour now:
JUL 22 – Grand Junction, CO – Mesa Theatre
JUL 23 – Denver, CO – Underground Music Showcase
JUL 24 – Denver, CO – Underground Music Showcase
JUL 25 – Salt Lake City, UT – Bar X (Acoustic)
JUL 26 – Nampa, ID – Flying M’s Coffee Garage
JUL 28 – Seattle, WA – Chop Suey
JUL 30 – Tacoma, WA – New Frontier Lounge
JUL 31 – Portland, OR – Doug Fir Patio (Acoustic)
JUL 31 – Portland, OR – Bunk Bar
AUG 02 – San Francisco, CA – Cafe Du Nord
Wednesday July 20, 2011 (39 months ago)
Boots Electric, AKA Jesse Hughes from Eagles of Death Metal, has announced a handful of shows in Europe in September to promote the release of his upcoming album Honkey Kong.
Boots Electric European Tour Dates
9/13, Berlin, Germany at Lido
Tickets on sale July 22 (9am CET) at eventim.de
9/15, Amsterdam, Netherlands at Paradiso
Tickets on sale July 23 (10am CET) at ticketmaster.nl
9/16, Paris France at Nouveau Casino
Tickets on sale July 23 (10am CET) at avisbillets.com
9/17, Antwerp, Belgium at Trix Club
9/19, London, UK at XOYO
Tickets on sale July 23 (10am CET) at gigsandtours.com
Download “Boots Electric Theme” from Honkey Kong at boots-electric.com and look for the album in stores September 20.
Tuesday July 19, 2011 (39 months ago)
Butch Walker and the Black Widows have posted a nostalgic “dancing flower” video for their single “Summer of ’89”
Download “Summer of ’89” on iTunes or find it on the upcoming album from Butch Walker and the Black Widows, The Spade (out August 30).
Monday July 18, 2011 (39 months ago)
Download live versions of The Limousines “Internet Killed The Video Star” and The Dears “Omega Dog” from Purevolume’s latest 10-song digital sampler. These songs, along with tracks from Portugal The Man, The Sounds, As Tall As Lions, Bad Rabbits, and more were recorded at this year’s SXSW Music Conference in Austin, TX.
Monday July 11, 2011 (40 months ago)
Beady Eye will return to North America this fall in a series of concerts beginning in Vancouver, BC on November 29th and ending in New York City on December 9th.
Beady Eye (Liam Gallagher, Gem Archer, Andy Bell and Chris Sharrock) just wrapped their North American live debut with sold-out shows in New York, Chicago, Toronto and Philadelphia to rave reviews. The Chicago Tribune was there for the band’s first U.S. date and noted “You can take the band out of the stadium, but you can’t take the stadium out of the band, and Beady Eye whipped through songs from its debut Different Gear, Still Speeding Saturday with the confidence of a seasoned act with nothing to prove.”
Tickets for this round of North American dates begin to go on sale on this Friday, July 15th. Please see below for detailed ticketing information.
NOV 29 – Vancouver, BC at Commodore Ballroom
On sale Friday, July 15 (10am) at Ticketmaster or charge by phone 604-739-7469
NOV 30 – Seattle, WA at Showbox Market
On sale Friday, July 15 (10am) at Ticketmaster or charge by phone 206-628-3151
DEC 2 – San Francisco, CA at The Warfield
On sale Sunday, July 17 (10am) at Ticketmaster
DEC 3 – Los Angeles, CA at Wiltern Theatre
On sale Friday, July 15 (10am) at Ticketmaster
DEC 5 – Minneapolis, MN at First Avenue
On sale Friday, July 15 (10am) at eTix or charge by phone 800-514-3849
DEC 6 – Milwaukee, WI at The Rave Ballroom
On sale Friday, July 15 (10am) at Ticketmaster or charge by phone 414-342-7283
DEC 8 – Washington, DC at 9:30 Club
On sale Friday, July 15 (10am) at TicketFly or charge by phone 877-435-9849
DEC 9 – New York, NY at Terminal 5
On sale Friday, July 15 (12pm) at Ticketmaster or charge by phone 212-582-6600 or 212-260-4700
Friday July 8, 2011 (40 months ago)
Tune in to Fuse TV tonight at 11pm for an exclusive interview with Beady Eye on Hoppus On Music.
Tuesday July 5, 2011 (40 months ago)
Today at 4pm EST (1pm PST) watch Beady Eye’s performance live from the iTunes Festival in London, exclusively through the iTunes Music Store.
Click here to watch the live performance.
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