October's just around the corner, and you know what that means: CMJ Music Marathon! Again, if you're not familiar with this by now, it stands for College Music Journal. CMJ is generally known
One of the reasons why October is so busy for us is because of the CMJ Music Marathon taking place next week in New York (Oct 13-Oct 19). This is the 35th anniversary of the College Music Journal music festival, so it should be a pretty special event.
Here are just some of the artists listed to appear ... for a full list, head over to CMJ.com/marathon.
Acid Dad * Allday * Arrows Of Love * Aurelia Smith * Bad Veins * Balthazar * BØRNS * British India * Car Seat Headrest * Catfish and The Bottlemen * Creepoid * Crooked Colours * Deakin * Death By Unga Bunga * Dent May * Destruction Unit * Diet Cig * DRINKS * Dungen * Empress Of * Eternal Summers * Ex Hex * Foxes In Fiction * Frankie Cosmos * Fraser A. Gorman * Glass Animals * Hockey Dad * Image Man * Jamie N Commons * Jessica Lea Mayfield * JPNSGRLS * Juan Wauters * Kaitlyn * Kasami Washington * Kero Kero Bonito * LACED * LODRO * Lontalius * Marlon Williams * Mega Bug * Mercury Rev * METHYL ETHYL * Michael Rault * Motion City Soundtrack * Motopony * Nai Harvest * Neon Indian * Ngaiire * Nothing * Oberhofer * Panda Bear * PC Worship * Perfect Pussy * Pinact * Pompeya * Protomartyr * Potty Mouth * Quilt * Saint Pé * Shannon And The Clams * Sheer Agony * Sheer Mag * Small Houses * Son Little * Sunbeam Sound Machine * Surf Rock Is Dead * The Babe Rainbow * The Big Moon * The Henry Millers * The Joy Formidable * The Men * The Present * The Prettiots * The Wonder Years * The Word * Titus Andronicus * Tobias Jesso Jr. * Vomitface * Walking Shapes * Wet * Wet Leather * WOMPS
Note: We've covered CMJ on and off in the past few years: 2007, 2011, and 2013. Unfortunately, we currently don't have a New York correspondence so we are not covering CMJ this year. Advance apologies if you sent in CMJ showcases/flyers and I missed it (hint: use "CMJ" in the subject header).
Below are some CMJ showcases that came across my inbox:
Le Poisson Rouge got a Kiwi treat Tuesday evening, the first night of CMJ. Tiny Ruins, Black City Lights, Eden Mulholland, Streets of Laredo, and Ghost Wave …
October's just around the corner, and you know what that means: CMJ Music Marathon! Again, if you're not familiar with this by now, it stands for College Music Journal. CMJ is generally known for showcasing many of the smaller, unknown bands on the rise.
CMJ 2014 will be taking place in New York City on October 21-25, 2014.
Here is just a brief list of musicians on this year's lineup:
The Kills, Slowdive, Bombay Bicycle Club, Gerard Way, Cold War Kids, Courtney Barnett, RAC, San Fermin, The Horrors, Dusky, Matthew Dear, Moon Duo, Twin Peaks, Reigning Sound, Pro Era, White Fence, Sam Roberts Band, D.D Dumbo, Luluc, Protomartyr, MONEY, Tom Vek, Kate Boy, Cathedrals, The Wytches, Bear's Den
For the latest details and updates (and complete band listing), head over to cmj.com .
Below are some artists you may or may not know, who are playing CMJ 2014:
You might have heard of New York's Ryan Star with his debut album 11:59 on Atlantic. By 2006, he was on CBS' "Rock Star: Supernova". Star's latest EP is called Animals, and you can get it on a variety of digital outlets. .…
Ryan Star became famous in 2006 when he appeared as a contestant on CBS' "Rock Star: Supernova" reality show. Then his song "Brand New Day" (which sounds like a U2 song!) became the theme song to one of my favorite television show Lie to Me.
Star is back with a new album called A N G E L S + A N I M A L S, set for January 13th, 2014.
The story behind A N G E L S + A N I M A L S was that following recording his last EP Animals, which came out August 5, 2013, Star asked himself, "What’s the point?"
His upcoming album is as honest as he is going to get, because he's not confined by a major record label. Star confessed, "I wanted to give people a raw, emotional feeling. That’s what this album had to do. I also had to do it by myself, independently and without a label. I got honest with myself. For the first time in many years, I’m referring to this as my art. This represents where I am now."
You can check out the new songs at his upcoming show at the Bowery:
Crushed Stars just released a new song called "Haters", taken from their upcoming album Farewell Young Lovers, due out January 21, 2014, on Simulacra Records.
CMJ (College Music Journal) described the track as "a fuzzy sleepwalking gem that'll bring to mind drops of dew on blades of grass and other similarly clichéd romantic moments, but it effortlessly avoids any sonic cliché."
Band leader Steve Stubblefield explained that the song is a love song, "my gal coyly suggested that I write [a song] about her, but, I told her, ‘Babe, you don’t want me to write a song about you because that will mean that our relationship has ended. I can’t write a happy love song.’ From beginning to end, ‘Hey Pretty Mamma’ is exactly how we are on any given night. We make drinks, we dance, and we sometimes stay up all night."
All The Good Times was released November 12, 2013, via Chicken Ranch Records.
Like many of us, singer/songwriter Dylan Starrs was shocked about the death of the 26 children and school teachers at the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting last year. After watching the news and in utter shocked at the death of this 6 year old girl, he wrote "Farewell to Emilie".
Starrs recounts, "I remember seeing a profile on this sweet blonde girl, Emilie Parker, and just being moved to tears. I later saw a press conference where her father was being interviewed/hounded by a mob of reporters... The man was in tears, but incredibly strong, and spoke of love and forgiveness almost immediately after his daughter, who had done nothing other than show up to school, was brutally murdered."
Starrs is in the middle of finishing up his debut solo full length album with producer Max Allyn, tentatively titled From the Swill to the Swell. In the meantime, Dylan will play a residency at Witzend in Los Angeles every Thursday night at 10pm in January 2014.
Comprising of Tobacco of Black Moth Super Rainbow and live drummers EJ DeCoske and Johnny Lancia, the Stargazer Lilies creates dreampop music, influenced by France's Air and other shoegaze bands like Lush and Slowdive.
We previously mentioned the band's debut album We Are The Dreamers, which was released on Graveface Records.
Starcadian, written as STΔRCΔDIΔN, is a Brooklyn-based producer and musician.
No other information was given about him, other than that he released a debut album earlier in October called Sunset Blood. He described the album as heavily influenced by 80s science fiction soundtracks.
Coming off from touring with Walk the Moon, Boston band Magic Man plays three shows for this year’s CMJ Music Marathon: October 17 .…
In the basement of Milk Studios Saturday night, Boston band Magic Man played an intimate midnight show for invite-only guests. Record label and live promoter Communion Music hosted the exclusive event, in which guests at the venue, Milk Studios, ventured between the eighth floor reception room where guests drank PBR (and later Jameson) and had a gorgeous view of the Hudson River or looking down, a portion of the High Line, and the basement where the bands like Magic Man performed.
As is with most studios and gallery spaces, the building is chic and clean with mainly black and white aesthetics. The basement, however, is reminiscent of college days where people partied underground. Pipes are exposed, running horizontally across the low ceiling with Christmas lights strung around them and in among them are three disco balls (two of which work). The walls have magazine cut-outs of models and naked women, and neon signs that say “XXX,” “Girls Girls Girls,” and “Budweiser.”
“Oh man, these are like our basement days… our first shows. College—woo!” said Magic Man lead singer Alex Caplow in between songs.
Some bands would be intimidated with a venue where the end of a ground platform stage and the start of the crowd are at the same point, but not Magic Man. Caplow sang and tilted the mic stand into the crowd and other band members had no qualms dancing along with the audience. Perhaps the band’s approachability is why people in the crowd danced without inhibitions, doing more than just the usual head bob. Of course it helps that they play synthpop-rock-y, energized music. The bigger hits with the crowd (though honestly most people were dancing throughout the set) were “Texas,” “Every Day,” and “Paris.”
“We’re so happy to be here with you,” Caplow said to the crowd and sentiments seemed to be returned as a girl in the front later said, “Why are you so good? I love you!”
10/23 Brighton Music Hall Allston, MA
10/24 Brooklyn Bowl Brooklyn, NY
10/25 Fete Lounge Providence, RI
10/27 The Boot & Saddle Philadelphia, PA
10/28 Rock & Roll Hotel Washington, DC
10/30 The EARL Atlanta, GA
11/01 Lola’s Fort Worth, TX
11/02 Holy Mountain Austin, TX
Le Trouble plays three shows for CMJ Music Marathon this year: Rockwood Music Hall Stage 2 and The Delancey on October 18, and Living Room October 19. …
Le Trouble filled the 8:30 (but really 8:45) slot at the Crash Avenue CMJ Showcase Friday night at The Delancey and definitely held their own.
The Montreal band puts on a fun, casual performance, but the star has to be the lead singer. “Is it okay if I come down here and bridge the gap between us?” the singer asked the crowd, pointing out the space between the platform stage and the start of the crowd. Using the microphone cord as a prop, the singer has the moves of Hugh Grant (refer to Grant’s dancing to Pointer Sisters’ “Jump (For My Love)” in Love Actually and proves to be a real showman. Their performance matches well with their songs, which are for the most part pop rock. Their sound is reminiscent of the 90s, yet the vocals differs them from others.
Le Trouble is one of those bands who does not take themselves too seriously on stage and just has fun doing what they do. Though the audience was small and a bit shy, the band seemed unfazed, playing with the light fixtures during songs, joking with the crowd in between songs.
Le Trouble is on tour:
10/26 Halifax Pop Explosion Halifax
11/03 Bistro de Paris Montreal, Can
11/07 Bar Le Cha Cha Ste Thérèse, Can
Here We Go Magic plays a PledgeMusic CMJ Showcase at Heath at McKittrick Hotel October 17.
The Brooklyn band has three albums and one EP, the latest album entitled, A Different Ship.…
Here We Go Magic played for a small but enthusiastic crowd at the Heath in McKittrick Hotel Thursday night. The venue itself is a unique space, with an old-fashioned elevator handled by a bellhop (though when I went up, the resident gardener of the Gallow Green rooftop garden restaurant and bar filled in temporarily).
HERE WE GO MAGIC
The distinct entrance and jazz club-esque venue with tables for two and booths brings a somewhat exclusive vibe that comes with a speakeasy—very fitting for Here We Go Magic who brings a peculiar sound: electrifying, psychedelic trance-like music with a touch of funk. With very little banter, the band transitioned from song to song easily and aptly. Most of the songs were performed with some vocals in the beginning, but then end with two to three minute instrumental intervals where the band members and audience alike got lost in the music whether by swaying or feverish head bobbing. As one girl in the crowd said between one rare silent moment in between songs, “That was awesome!”
Here We Go Magic's singer Luke Temple is on tour:
10/21/13 Brooklyn, NY - Glasslands
11/05/13 Washington, DC - Black Cat Back Stage
11/06/13 Pittsburgh, PA - Brillobox
11/08/13 Philadelphia, PA - Boot & Saddle
11/09/13 Northampton, MA - Iron Horse
11/10/13 Boston, MA - Brighton Music Hall
11/16/13 Hague, Netherlands - Crossing Border
11/17/13 Paris, FR - L'Espace B
11/18/13 London, UK - The Lexington
11/21/13 Bilboa, ES - Kafe Antzoki
11/22/13 BIlbao, ES - BIME Festival
Here We Go Magic at Heath in McKittrick Hotel, New York (10/17/13)
CMJ Music Marathon goers have a chance to see New Zealand band Ghost Wave at six shows this year. They play at Pianos and Le Poisson Rouge (CMJ NZ Showcase) October 15…
Le Poisson Rouge got a Kiwi treat Tuesday evening, the first night of CMJ. Tiny Ruins, Black City Lights, Eden Mulholland, Streets of Laredo, and Ghost Wave performed for the New Zealand Showcase at CMJ this year.
Unable to catch Tiny Ruins and Black City Lights, I made it in time to see Eden Mulholland’s set. Filling in last minute, Eden Mulholland took the stage, despite having laryngitis.
“I sound like the guy from Kings of Leon if he had a really long night,” Mulholland half croaked, half voice cracked-ly said. Luckily for the audience, his vocals during the songs, however, seemed to have no trouble. Hailing from Auckland, Eden Mulholland alternates between playing the keyboard and electric guitar with just a drummer accompanying him. The number of instruments played per song might be minimal, but the sounds made can seriously fill up the room. At times, the vocals were nicely harmonized, while other times, they were screaming into the chaos of both drum and guitar.
STREET OF LAREDO
New Zealand band turned Brooklyn-based (members moved to Brooklyn in the past year), Streets of Laredo took the stage after Mulholland, filling the stage up with their seven-member band. Among the three guitars, bass, drums, harmonica, and six beards of all shapes and sizes, is a homemade instrument of a wooden frame with tape wrapped around it. The band has a folk sound, or as one of the band’s songwriters Dave Gibson puts it, “indie-folk shit.” In an interview after the show, Gibson adds that the band is a tech-y twist on folk, not unlike the popular scene happening now with folk like Mumford and Sons and Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros, of whom there will most likely be a comparison because of Streets of Laredo’s sound and number of band members. Gibson doesn’t mind though, saying that he really likes Alex Ebert and his solo music. Streets of Laredo get the crowd from bobbing their heads to some full on dancing by the end of their gig, with a bit of joking in between.
Last to play is Auckland based band, Ghost Wave. “Hey-we’re-Ghost-Wave-we’re-from-Auckland-NZ-this-is-the-second-show-in-New-York-City-I-hope-you’re-all-having-a-good-night,” is how singer Matthew Paul introduced the band at the start of the set. The band essentially played through their set with minimal banter except to reveal that their tambourine broke. During a few of the songs, the red stage light hit one of the bass’s tuners and gave a beam of light, almost laser-like, which incidentally matched their psychedelic sounds.
Ghost Wave's remaining CMJ dates:
10/17 Knitting Factory (Filter Party) 4:00pm
10/18 Judson Memorial Church (KEXP) 4:00pm
10/18 Fontanta's (Shot! Presents) 11:40pm
10/19 Cake Shop (Zuus Media/Inflated Records/Cape Shok Present) 10pm
10/19 Pianos (International Rescue Party) 11:25pm
10/20 Brooklyn Bowl (School Night) set time TBD
Ghost Wave at Le Poisson Rouge, New York (10/15/13)
Big Picture Media is hosting their fifth annual official CMJ showcase this year over two nights: October 16 and October 18th.
Day 1 on Wednesday, October 16th will kick off at Noon with performances by Love Crushed Velvet, Jodi Good, Viv and the Revival, Lily & the Parlour Tricks, Chevonne & the Fuzz, Ashley Allen, and The Lawsuits.
Day 2 on Friday, October 18th will kick off at 6pm and feature Nghbrs, Sol Cat, Maria Taylor, Sheppard, and Quiet Company. Admission on Day 1 is free/all ages and admission on Day 2 is $10/21+ or $15/18+.
OCTOBER 16th at 12PM - TAMMANY HALL NYC
12:00 - 12:30pm - Love Crushed Velvet
12:45pm – 1:15pm – Jodi Good
1:30pm – 2:00pm – Viv & The Revival
2:15pm – 2:45pm – Lily & The Parlour Tricks
3:00pm – 3:30pm – Chevonne & The Fuzz
3:45pm – 4:15pm – Ashley Allen
4:30pm – 5pm – The Lawsuits
OCTOBER 18th at 6PM - SULLIVAN HALL NYC
7:00pm – 7:30pm – NGHBRS
7:45pm – 8:15pm – Sol Cat
8:30pm – 9:00pm – Maria Taylor
9:15pm – 9:45pm – Sheppard
10:00pm – 10:30pm – Quiet Company
Supercrush Studio, once again is presenting their CMJ showcases… but this year, they are doing THREE shows!
The Sky Report, Supercrush Studio, & Bushwick Daily Present: The Bushwick Unofficial CMJ Showcase
10.17 at Bizarre
Psychic Twin (11:30pm)
André Obin (10:45pm)
Foxes in Fiction (10:00pm)
Orange gold red (9:15pm)
Public Speaking (8:30pm)
CaraBella, Supercrush Studio and Greenpointers.com Present: Our CMJ Showcase
10.18 at Bar Matchless
Shark Week (DC) 8:15PM
Invisible Days (NYC) 9:00PM
Shy Hunters (NYC) 9:45PM
Andre Obin (Boston) 10:30PM
Rarechild (NYC) 11:15PM
RA RA Rasputin (DC) 12:00AM
DJ Post-Paint Boy
Dreameave Radio + Supercrush Studio present Official CMJ Showcase
10.19 Spike Hill
4pm Heavenly Beat (Captured Tracks)
3Pm Dead Leaf Echo
1Pm Black Books
12 United Ghosts
The numbers are in, and as expected, the Haim sisters (Este, Danielle, and Alana) received the #1 spot in the U.K., and an impressive #6 on the Billboard album charts in the U.S., for their debut album Days Are Gone (released September 30th via Polydor/Columbia).
What's interesting to note is that this band is from California, so why are they so popular in the U.K.? That's because the girls first signed to Polydor Records last year and they've been regionally marketing them to the BBC and NME, and it didn't hurt them when they opened up for Florence + the Machine tour last December.
Needless to say, HAIM will be doing a short American tour in support of their debut album:
10/10 Lawrence, KS - The Granada
10/12 Austin, TX - Austin City Limits
10/14 Phoenix, AZ - Crescent Ballroom
10/15 San Diego, CA - Casbah
10/16 Los Angeles, CA - Fonda
10/18 Pomona, CA - The Glass House
10/20 San Francisco, CA - Treasure Island
10/22 Portland, OR - Mississippi Studios
10/23 Seattle, WA - Neumos
10/27 Las Vegas, NV - Life is Beautiful
The Deal sisters (Kim & Kelly) and their band, the Breeders, is taking their last, last, really last splash with the 20th Anniversary Tour. Be on the lookout for the deluxe limited 7xLP vinyl box set, as well as the 3xCD set, for the anniversary edition of Last Splash via 4AD Records.
It sounds like the vinyl box is out of my budget, but this is the only place that you'll find these re-issues of the four 10" EPs (Safari, Cannonball, Divine Hammer, and Head to Toe), the original album (not re-mastered), a live album Stockholm Syndrome album on 12", a 1993 BBC radio session, and original demos from November 1992. Also, you'll get a 24-page book of photos from the Last Splash session and personal tour photos and anecdotes written by the Breeders, Kim Gordon, J Mascis, etc.
10/09/13 Miami, FL Grand Central
10/11/13 Guadalajara, Mx Teatro Estudio
10/13/13 Corona Capital Festival
10/26/13 Release The Bats
10/28/13 Newtown, Aus Enmore Theatre
10/29/13 Brisbane, Aus The Tivoli
10/31/13 Perth, Aus Astor Theatre
12/12/13 Minneapolis, MN - First Avenue
Fans of "Glee" should pick up the new Christmas album, hitting stores today (December 11th). The incredibly popular musical television series selling strong - both on the physical CD and digital downloads.
An all-new episode of "Glee" will be airing tomorrow, October 10th.
What is cool about this week is that Columbia Records, Fox, and the artist will give 100% of their net proceeds from sales of this episode, "The Quarterback", from the U.S. and Canada to Project Limelight.
Project Limelight Society was co-founded by sisters Donalda Weaver and Maureen Webb, to help youths between the age 8 to 15 in the Strathcona (Vancouver) district. The aspiring students will learn skills, techniques and forms of expression, including clowning, creative writing, voice work, movement and improvisation. Eventually, they will take what they learn for performance on a community stage.
You can visit projectlimelightsociety.org for more information.
"The Quarterback" Track-List:
"Seasons Of Love" (Rent) - Full cast
"I'll Stand By You" (The Pretenders) - Mercedes
"Fire & Rain" (James Taylor) - Sam & Artie
"If I Die Young" (The Band Perry) - Santana
"No Surrender" (Bruce Springsteen) - Puck
"Make You Feel My Love" (Bob Dylan/Adele) – Rachel
The seventh annual Canadian Blast CMJ Showcase is taking place October 16th at Arlene's Grocery. As I have previously discovered, this is actually not a grocery store, but an actual concert venue.
You can find other Canadian Blast (an initiative of the Canadian Independent Music Association or CIMA) showcases at similar festivals, including SXSW, MIDEM (France), The Great Escape (which we covered), and, of course, CMJ. The showcase will feature Canadian bands, including Courage My Love, a pop/punk rock trio consisting of twin sisters Mercedes (vocals/guitar) & Phoenix (drums/vocals).
Here is a detailed listing of set time:
07pm - Ben Caplan
08pm - Bear Mountain
09pm - Born Gold
10pm - Courage My Love
11pm -The Motorleague
CIMA gratefully acknowledges the generous support of our Canadian partners and sponsors: Audio-Video Licensing Agency Inc. (AVLA), Canadian Music Week (CMW), the Foundation Assisting Canadian Talent on Recordings (FACTOR), the Government of Canada (through MEC/Canadian Heritage), Harvard Broadcasting, Music Managers Forum (Canada), the Radio Starmaker Fund, and the Society of Composers, Authors and Music Publishers of Canada (SOCAN). CIMA also acknowledges the support of Musicians’ Rights Organization Canada (MROC) and BreakOut West for Canadian Blast at CMJ 2013.
It's that time of the year again: CMJ Music Marathon in New York! The music festival is taking place this year on October 15th to October 19th! And YES, we are covering it this year!
Like other similar-style festivals, CMJ does not take place in one location, but rather over various venues near and around New York City.
There are way too many artists to list this year, instead, perhaps you should check out the free CMJ 2013 Mixtape, featuring many artists that will appear this year, including Eleanor Friedberger, TEEN, Courtney Barnett, and the triple-keyboard action of Au Revoir Simone.
Here We Go Magic plays a PledgeMusic CMJ Showcase at Heath at McKittrick Hotel October 17.
The Brooklyn band has three albums and one EP, the latest album entitled, A Different Ship. The single “Make Up Your Mind” from the album gives off a tension-filled, slight shoe-gazey vibe while the more upbeat-sounding “How Do I Know” ignites some head-bopping or even some unique robot dancing. Their sound has been described by the NY Times as a creative extension of “the systematic art-rock heritage of New York bands” combined with European influences like Radiohead.
Here We Go Magic’s singer and songwriter Luke Temple will be touring with his solo act through November.
Upcoming Tour Dates:
10/14/13 Le Poisson Rouge (Luke Temple solo) Brooklyn, NY
10/16/13 Crossing Border Festival (Luke Temple solo) The Hague,
10/17/13 Heath at McKittrick Hotel (CMJ) New York, NY
11/17/13 L’Espace B (Luke Temple solo) Paris, France
11/18/13 Lexington (Luke Temple solo) London, UK
11/21/13 Kafe Antzokia (Luke Temple solo) Bilbao, Spain
11/22/13 BIME Festival (Luke Temple solo) Bilbao, Spain
CMJ Music Marathon goers have a chance to see New Zealand band Ghost Wave at six shows this year. They play at Pianos and Le Poisson Rouge (CMJ NZ Showcase) October 15, Knitting Factory October 17, Judson Memorial Church (KEXP session) and Fontana’s (CMJ Showcase) October 18, and back at Pianos October 19.
As fellow New Zealander Lorde brings the beats and minimalist sound to the U.S., Ghost Wave brings a psychedelic sound with the 60’s British vocals. Listen to “Here She Comes,” the first single off their debut album, Ages, released in late August.
Upcoming Tour Dates:
10/10/13 Filter’s Cultures Collide Los Angeles, CA
10/11/13 The Church, Echo Park Los Angeles, CA
10/12/13 Culture Collide Los Angeles, CA
10/15/13 Pianos New York, NY
10/15/13 Le Poisson Rouge Brooklyn, NY
10/17/13 Knitting Factory Brooklyn, NY
10/18/13 Judson Memorial Church New York, NY
10/18/13 Fontana’s New York, NY
10/19/13 Pianos New York, NY
Coming off from touring with Walk the Moon, Boston band Magic Man plays three shows for this year’s CMJ Music Marathon: October 17 at Bowery Ballroom and Santos Party House, and October 18 at Spike Hill in Brooklyn.
Their September released You Are Here EP’s single, “Every Day,” has over 45,000 plays on Soundcloud already. Their talent has not gone unnoticed for not long ago, they were recruited by Ellie Goulding to remix her single, “Burn.”
Catch Magic Man on tour with Sir Sly later this month.
Upcoming Tour Dates:
10/17/13 Bowery Ballroom New York, NY
10/17/13 Santos Party House New York, NY
10/18/13 Spike Hill (CMJ) Brooklyn, NY
10/23/13 Brighton Music Hall Allston, MA
10/24/13 Brooklyn Bowl Brooklyn, NY
10/25/13 Fete Lounge Providence, RI
10/27/13 Boot & Saddle Philadelphia, PA
10/28/13 Rock & Roll Hotel Washington, D.C.
10/30/13 The Earl Atlanta, GA
11/01/13 Lola’s Fort Worth, TX
11/02/13 Holy Mountain Austin, TX
Le Trouble plays three shows for CMJ Music Marathon this year: Rockwood Music Hall Stage 2 and The Delancey on October 18, and Living Room October 19.
Listeners will have no trouble getting up and moving to Canadian band Le Trouble. If their soon-to-be released debut EP, Reality Strikes, is any indication of how their live shows are, audiences will definitely be bopping around. Check out their single, “Real Talk (Part 2)” and on tour.
Upcoming Tour Dates:
10/15/13 The Garrison Toronto, Canada
10/18/13 Rockwood Music Hall New York, NY
10/18/13 The Delancey New York, NY
10/19/13 Living Room New York, NY
10/26/13 The Seahorse Tavern Halifax, Canada
11/07/13 Bar Le Cha Cha Ste Thérèse, Canada