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at Turf Club
Tuesday, 05/24/16, 8pm ($10)
Canada’s Peach Kelli Pop will be bringing their fun pop/punk sound to the Turf Club in St Paul next Tuesday, in support of Halloween Mask (Lauren Records).
The all-girls band (Allie Hanlon on rhythm guitar, Alex Edgeworth on lead guitar, sisters Gina Negrini on bass and Sophie Negrini on keys, and Mindee Jorgensen beating on the drums) is often compared to our faves The Donnas.
Local all-girls Tony Peachka (Melissa on vox/guitar, Stephanie on guitar, Hayley on drums, and Danielle on bass) to open.
5/16 Ottawa, CN @ House of Targ
5/19 Toronto, CN @ Smiling Buddha
5/20 Pittsburgh, PA @ Mr. Roboto
5/21 Columbus, OH @ Ace of Cups
5/22 Detroit, MI @ UFO Factory
5/23 Chicago, IL @ Empty Bottle
5/24 St. Paul, MN @ Turf Club
5/25 Omaha, NB @ Club Reverb
5/26 Denver, CO @ Hi-Dive
5/27 Salt Lake City, UT @ Kilby Court
5/28 Boise, ID @ The Olympic
5/29 Portland, OR @ The Know
5/31 Seattle, WA @ Black Lodge
6/2 San Francisco, CA @ The Hemlock
at First Avenue
Tuesday, 05/24/16, 7:30pm ($25)
The New York experimental pop duo Young Magic is heading out on tour with Yeasayer in support of their new album Still Life (Carpark) and will be at First Avenue on Tuesday, May 24. This album will be a special one for Young Magic as singer Melati Malay used these songs to culturally and politically explore her birthplace of Indonesia and to really revisit her family roots (her father is American Catholic and her mother is Indonesian Muslim) and question where she came from.
Yeasayer will be headlining the show in support of Amen & Goodbye (Mute). The have moved away from their digital-heavy approach and it will definitely be interesting to see what they have come up with.
Young Magic with Yeasayer tour:
5/13 Paradise Rock Club -Boston, MA
5/14 Irving Plaza - New York, NY
5/16 9:30 Club -Washington, DC
5/17 Union Transfer - Philadelphia, PA
5/19 The Orange Peel - Asheville, NC
5/21 Exit / In - Nashville, TN
5/22 Majestic Theatre - Detroit, MI
5/23 Lincoln Hall - Chicago, IL
5/24 First Avenue - Minneapolis, MN
5/28 Imperial - Vancouver, BC
5/29 Wonder Ballroom - Portland, OR
5/31 The Fillmore - San Francisco, CA
6/01 Fonda Theatre - Los Angeles, CA
6/02 Observatory North Park - San Diego, CA
6/03 The Observatory - Santa Ana, CA
at 7th Street Entry
Tuesday, 05/24/16, 7:30pm ($13)
Seattle’s The Cave Singers is back on tour in support of their fifth LP Banshee, which was crowd-funded via IndiGoGo. The band was previously signed to Matador and Jagjaguwar.
We previously caught the band at Gothic Theatre in Englewood, Colorado, and wrote, “The Cave Singers’ structure revolves around the vocal allure of bearded front man Pete Quirk. The Gothic proved to be the perfect venue for Quirk to showcase his raspy and intoxicating voice. Quirk splashes each song with inherent and exuberant yelps, yips and wails. Not a man of enunciation, Quirk’s vocals add scratchy layers to the overall sound.”
The tour starts Tuesday, May 24th at 7th Street Entry in Minneapolis. Nashville’s Blank Range to open.
05/25/16: Madison WI High Noon Saloon*
05/26/16: Chicago IL Empty Bottle*
05/27/16: Louisville KY Zanzabar*
05/28/16: Cincinnati OH MOTR Pub*
05/29/16: Columbus OH Rumba Café*
06/01/16: Ferndale MI The Loving Touch*
06/02/16: Toronto ON The Garrison*
06/03/16: Ottawa ON House of TARG*
06/04/16: Montreal QC Bar Le Ritz PDB
06/05/16: South Burlington VT Higher Ground Lounge
06/07/16: Boston MA Brighton Music Hall*
06/08/16: New Haven CT BAR*
06/09/16: New York NY Mercury Lounge*
06/10/16: Brooklyn NY Baby's All Right*
06/11/16: Philadelphia PA Johnny Brenda's*
06/12/16: Washington DC Rock and Roll Hotel*
# w/ Current Swell
* w/ Blank Range