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VIDEO : Iceage – “Against The Moon”

November 20th, 2014 at 10:23 am by Gerard

Following the completion of a terrific North American tour and in the midst of a long continental jaunt (see below), Iceage have unveiled another video from the monumental ‘Plowing Into The Field Of Love’, “Against The Moon”, directed by Martin Masai Andersen and Kim Thue. The video premiered earlier today via the auspices of Dazed & Confused. (Viewers based in Germany can see “Against The Moon” here)

The video features acclaimed German actor Dan van Husen whom you might remember from such roles as Fellini’s “Casanova” and Herzog’s “Nosferatu the Vampyre”, as well as German actress Missa Blue and Welsh model Louis Backhouse in supporting roles.

Order ‘Plowing Into The Field Of Love’ from the following :
- The Matador Store (3 sided-vinyl edition or 16 page booklet / cd)
- iTunes
- Amazon

Updated tour schedule :

Friday, November, 21 – Le Guess Who? Festival, Utrecht, Netherlands
Saturday, November, 22 – Uebel & Gefahrlich, Hamburg, Germany
Sunday, November, 23 – Exhaus, Trier, Germany
Monday, November, 24 – Berghain Kantine, Berlin, Germany
Tuesday, November, 25 – Komma, Esslingen, Germany
Wednesday, November, 26 – Arena, Vienna, Austria
Thursday, November, 27 - Strom, Munich, Germany
Friday, November, 28 – Kinski, Zurich, Switzerland
Saturday, November, 29 – Ancienne Belgique, Brussels, Belgium
Sunday, November, 30 – Het Bos, Antwerpen, Belgium
Monday, December, 1 – Nouveau Casino, Paris, France
Tuesday, December 2 – 100 Club, London, UK
Thursday, December 4 – The Church of York Presents: Art Basel Art Capitalism, Gramps, Miami FL
Wednesday, January, 21 – Oxford Art Factory, Sydney AUS
Thursday, January, 22 – Alhambra, Brisbane AUS
Saturday, January, 24, – Sugar Mountain Festival, Melbourne AUS

Iceage – official site
Iceage – Blog, Facebook

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Coming In January : LP Reissues Of Chavez’ ‘Ride The Fader’ & ‘Gone Glimmering’

November 18th, 2014 at 11:17 am by Gerard

(photo : Jesse Peretz)

Here at Matador Records and Filmworks, we’ve long lived by the credo established by our founder, Chris Lombardi, who once declared, “give the people what they want. Especially if it’s easily accomplished and/or lucrative for us.” And with that in mind, we have listened to the pleas and threats of YOU, the music fans still devoted to paying for physical goods, and can finally announce that after 12 long years in the out-of-print wilderness, we’re reissuing both of Chavez’ Matador albums on vinyl on January 20, 2015

(“Break Up Your Band”, from ‘Gone Glimmering’, directed by Scott Marshall)

“It’s not like we’re out to desconstruct rock, but when we started the band, we had an agreement that we wouldn’t play anything that sounded like something we’d heard before.” – MATT SWEENEY (speaking to Billboard in 1996)

“For me, Chavez was this perfect creative beast. We had all these annoyingly strong ideas about what we wanted to do, and we did them. We did them exactly.”
– CLAY TARVER (speaking to The New York Times Magazine in 2011)

(“Unreal Is Here”, from ‘Ride The Fader’, directed by Clay Tarver and Scott Marshall)

The quartet of Tarver, Sweeney and crack rhythm section James Lo and Scott Masciarelli never quite broke up — they just take many years inbetween gigs (and many more years making us wait for a third album). But there’s an awful lot to be said for leaving a flawless recorded legacy behind, and 1995′s ‘Gone Glimmering’ and 1996′s ‘Ride The Fader’ are unbeatable slabs of thinking-person’s loud rock from an era where such sounds were not in short supply. To say both albums have grown in stature and influence years after their release would not be an exaggeration, but that’s precisely why we’re taking brutal advantage of the situation at this very moment.

Preorder from The Matador Store :
‘Gone Glimmering’
‘Ride The Fader’

(via Amazon :
‘Gone Glimmering’
‘Ride The Fader’

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VIDEO : Belle and Sebastian – “The Party Line”

November 18th, 2014 at 10:09 am by Gerard

Following last month’s (sanctioned) leak of the first track from the upcoming Belle and Sebastian album, ‘Girls In Peacetime Want To Dance’, here’s Michael LeBlanc + Scott Cudmore‘s video for  “The Party Line”, unveiled this morning (or afternoon, depending on your location).

(photo by Søren Solkær)

ALBUM PRE-ORDER:
Belle & Sebastian Store (UK)
The Matador Store (North America): http://smarturl.it/GirlsInPeacetime_LP
iTunes:
Amazon
Google Play (U.S. orders only)

TOUR DATES:
2014
Tuesday, October 28 – Manchester Cathedral, Manchester, UK – Tickets
Wednesday, October 29 – De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhll-On-Sea
Friday, October 31 – Pitchfork Music Festival Paris, Paris France

2015
Monday January 26 – Laneway Festival, Auckland, New Zealand
Wednesday January 28 – The Tivoli, Brisbane, Australia
Thursday January 29 – Enmore Theatre, Sydney, Australia
Sunday February 1 – Palais Theatre, Melbourne, Australia
Tuesday February 3 – Astor Theatre, Perth, Australia
Thursday, February 12 - AX Club, Seoul, Korea
Monday, February 16 – Hostess Club Taipei @ Legacy, Taipei, Taiwan
Saturday February 21 – Hostess Club Weekender, Studio Coast, Tokyo, Japan
Monday March 30 -House Of Blues, Boston MA
Wednesday April 1-Massey Hall, Toronto ONT
Thursday April 2 – Royal Oak Music Theatre, Royal Oak MI
Friday April 3 – Riviera Theatre, Chicago IL
Sunday May 3 - St. David’s, Cardiff, Wales
Monday May 4 – Colston Hall, Bristol England
Tuesday May 5 – Guildhall, Portsmouth, England
Thursday May 7 – Corn Exchange, Cambridge, England
Friday May 8 - Open, Norwich, England
Sunday May 10 - Symphony Hall, Birmingham, England
Monday May 11 – Westminster Central Hall, London (sold out)
Tuesday May 12 – Westminster Central Hall, London (sold out)
Thursday May 14 – Albert Hall, Manchester, England
Friday May 15 – Albert Hall, Manchester, England
Saturday May 16 - City Hall, Newcastle, England
Monday May 18 – Opera House, Buxton, England
Tuesday May 19 – City Hall, Leeds, England
Friday, May 22 – Hydro Arena, Glasgow (with the Scottish Festival Orchestra)
Sunday May 24 – Sound City, Liverpool, England
Wednesday, June 10 – Radio City Music Hall, New York NY
Thursday – Saturday, July 2-4 – ATP Iceland, Keflavik, Iceland

Belle and Sebastian - official site
‘It Could Have Been A Brilliant Career’ – official site
Belle and Sebastian – Twitter
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TONIGHT : The New Pornographers at NYC’s Hammerstein Ballroom

November 17th, 2014 at 11:01 am by Gerard

(above : a cake presented to The New Pornographers at Milwaukee’s Pabst Theatre. Those who ignore the future are condemned to repeat the Pabst).

Just a reminder The New Pornographers are playing midtown’s Hammerstein Ballroom tonight (Monday, Nov. 17) and a handful of tickets are still available. I’m presuming you’ll need more than one but perhaps less than a handful, but either way, this is the sort of nudge in the ribs I’m sure you appreciate just as much as I deeply love delivering it.

remaining dates :

Monday, November 17 — Hammerstein Ballroom, New York NY*
Wednesday, November 19 — House of Blues, Boston MA*
Thursday, November 20 — Union Transfer, Philadelphia PA* (sold out)
Friday, November 21 — 9:30 Club, Washington, DC*
Saturday, November 22 — 9:30 Club, Washington DC (sold out)
Sunday, November 23 — Cat’s Cradle, Carrboro NC* (sold out)
Monday, December 1 — The Deaf Institute, Manchester UK
Tuesday, December 2 — O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire, London UK
Wednesday, December 3 — Botanique – Rotunde, Brussels, Belgium
Thursday, December 4 — La Maroquinerie, Paris, France
Friday, December 5 — Gebaude 9, Cologne, Germany
Saturday, December 6 — Doornroosje, Nijmegen, Netherlands
Sunday, December 7 — Melkweg, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Wednesday, February, 4 — Theatre Corona Virgin Mobile Montreal
Thursday, February, 5 — The Dansforth Music Hall Toronto %
Friday, February, 6 — London Music Hall London  &
Saturday, February, 7 — Hillside Inside at Mitchell Hall in St. Georges Church &
Sunday, February, 8 — Molson Canadian Studio at Hamilton Place &

* w/ The Pains of Being Pure at Heart
& w/ Operators

order ‘Brill Bruisers’ from the following :
The Matador Store
New Pornos Store
iTunes
Amazon
Google

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Stream : Tobias Jesso Jr. – “Hollywood”

November 17th, 2014 at 10:08 am by Gerard

(photo by James Marshall)

On the heels of an instantly sold-out subscription flexi disc series and a wildly acclaimed appearance at Pitchfork Paris, new True Panther Sounds signing Tobias Jesso Jr. (Vancouver, B.C.) has released his first bona fide studio effort, “Hollywood”, produced by former Girls member J.R. White, streaming now at YouTube and available today via iTunes and Amazon.

The debut album from Tobias Jesso Jr. will be out next Spring and features production assistance from White, The Black Keys’ Patrick Carney and Ariel Rechtshaid (Vampire Weekend, Haim, Sky Ferreira).

Tobias Jesso Jr. supports Foxygen at Los Angeles’ Roxy on January 2.  Tickets are available here.

Tobias Jesso Jr. - official site
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The New Pornographers live on Radio Milwaukee today

November 13th, 2014 at 10:00 am by Hector

Prior to entertaining the masses at Milwaukee’s Pabst Theater tonight, The New Pornographers will be entertaining, um, the masses, via the magic of live radio. Tune in to 88.9 Radio Milwaukee at noon CST for a performance by the band, or stream the set at radiomilwaukee.org if you’re more about ones and zeros than transmitters. Up to you really.

Tour dates!

Thursday, November, 13 — Pabst Theater, Milwaukee WI*
Friday, November, 14 — Riviera Theatre, Chicago IL*
Saturday, November, 15 — House of Blues, Cleveland OH*
Monday, November, 17 — Hammerstein Ballroom, New York NY*
Wednesday, November, 19 — House of Blues, Boston MA*
Thursday, November, 20 — Union Transfer, Philadelphia PA*
Friday, November, 21 — 9:30 Club, Washington, DC*
Sunday, November, 23 — Cat’s Cradle, Carrboro NC*
Monday, December, 1 — The Deaf Institute, Manchester UK
Tuesday, December, 2 — O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire, London UK
Wednesday, December, 3 — Botanique – Rotunde, Brussels, Belgium
Thursday, December, 4 — La Maroquinerie, Paris, France
Friday, December, 5 — Gebaude 9, Cologne, Germany
Saturday, December, 6 — Doornroosje, Nijmegen, Netherlands
Sunday, December, 7 — Melkweg, Amsterdam, Netherlands

* w/ The Pains of Being Pure at Heart
^with Iron & Wine, Glass Animals
! with Pickwick, Cool

order ‘Brill Bruisers’ from the following :
The Matador Store
New Pornos Store
iTunes
Amazon
Google

 

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“Turned Out A Punk” – A New Podcast From Fucked Up’s Damian Abraham

November 12th, 2014 at 10:39 am by Gerard

listen to ‘Episode 1 – Martin Mills

As you’re probably aware, podcasts have become the go-to medium for tastemakers and cultural observers including but not limited to Adam Carolla, Louie Anderson and former WWE announcer Jim Ross.  Throwing his hat into the ring this week is Fucked Up’s Damian Abraham with the debut of “Turned Out A Punk”, a weekly series in which he’ll be chatting with iconic characters from different corners of the entertainment world about how punk impacted them and vice versa.  Episode #1 features a conversation with our dear friend & tireless supporter, Beggars Group founder and chairman Martin Mills.   If you’re thinking this would’ve been the perfect time to ask Martin, “if Gary Numan and Mark E. Smith were both drowning and you could only save one, who would you choose?”, that’s why Damian’s doing a proper podcast and you’re sitting around coming up with unhelpful ideas.  Leave this stuff to the professionals!

download or subscribe to “Turned Out A Punk” at iTunes.

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Savages return to New York

November 12th, 2014 at 6:52 am by Stuart

January 2015 sees Savages return to New York for a run of live gigs across the city, showcasing new material written since April 2014 when the band finished their worldwide touring for Silence Yourself and started writing new material for their forthcoming second LP. On writing the new material, the band say:

“We believe in movement initiating sound as well as sound initiating movement. The power of migration to inspire new sonic metamorphosis. The incessant commutation of bodies across the globe resulting in the transformation of art and music”

Monday, January 12 – Baby’s All Right, Brooklyn, NY
Wednesday, January 14 – Mercury Lounge, New York, NY
Saturday, January 17 – Saint Vitus, Brooklyn, NY

Tickets go on sale Monday, November 17th.

Leading up to these dates the band play a sold out London show with Bo Ningen next week, performing their 37 minute “Words To The Blind” (out November 17th via Stolen Recordings/Pop Noire) on November 19th at Oval Space.

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Interpol’s Sam Fogarino covers Charlie Pickett

November 11th, 2014 at 12:14 pm by Gerard

Chicago’s venerable Bloodshot Records is celebrating a 20th anniversary, and the newly released ‘While No One Was Looking : Toasting 20 Years of Bloodshot Records’ compilation features Interpol’s Sam Fogarino covering “I Liked It A Lot”, by Miami’s Charlie Pickett (above).

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VIDEO : Lee Ranaldo – “Angles”

November 11th, 2014 at 11:51 am by Gerard

(studio version found on ‘Between The Time & The Tides’ ; shot on the streets of Stoa Eboron for “Stray Songs”, a series of web videos featuring bands and musicians playing live in the city of Athens).

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Iceage and Lower in documentary “13 Torches for a Burn”

November 10th, 2014 at 2:42 pm by Gabe

Earlier this year in Los Angeles, Iceage, Lower and many cohorts from their native Copenhagen convened for the 13 Torches for a Burn festival. The energy was combustible, so the LA Fire Department shut it down. Or so we thought…

Jacqueline Castel‘s short film “13 Torches for a Burn” tells another story. The film, premiered b Nowness this weekend, is a gorgeous transplanted scene report, bands sharing a collective musical story far from home:

Plowing Into The Field of Love by Iceage and Seek Warmer Climes by Lower are both available now.

Iceage were on Revolt TV last week and they were spectacular:

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Body/Head – New 7″, East Coast Dates This Week, Melbourne In January

November 6th, 2014 at 2:16 pm by Gerard

Just a reminder that earlier this week we released a new 7″ from Kim Gordon and Bill Nace’s Body/Head, “The Show Is Over” b/w “The Canyon”. It’s in stores now or available direct from Matador.

In addition, Body/Head have a series of Eastern USA appearances starting this week, following by a performance at Melbourne’s Sugar Mountain Festival in January :

Thursday, November 6 – Union Pool, Brooklyn NY (with Nate Young’s Regressive Nightmare, Steve Baczkowoski)
Friday, November, 7 – Union Pool, Brooklyn NY (with Nate Young’s Regressive Nightmare, Vanessa Rossetto)
Saturday, November, 8 – Boston Hassle Fest 6, Cusine En Local, Boston MA
Saturday, November, 15 – Kings Barcade, Raleigh NC (a benefit for NARAL Pro Choice NC)
Saturday, January, 24 – Sugar Mountain Festival, Victorian College of the Arts, Melbourne AUS

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This Weekend At Fun Fun Fun : Iceage, Ted Leo, Majical Cloudz, The New Pornographers, Yo La Tengo

November 5th, 2014 at 4:35 pm by Gerard

The 9th annual edition of Transmission Entertainment’s ridiculously awesome Fun Fun Fun Fest hits Austin’s Auditorium Shores this weekend, and here’s a breakdown of where and when the far-too-well-represented members of the Matador family will be appearing. NONE ARE CONFLICTING WITH KING DIAMOND (and that’s all that really matters).

Tickets for the entire weekend + FFF Nites aftershows are still available here.

MAJICAL CLOUDZ:
Friday, November 7 – Yellow Stage 7:20 PM
Friday, November 7, Cheer Up Charlie’s (Outdoor) 11:00 PM

TED LEO
Friday, November 7, Mohawk, 12:45 AM

ICEAGE:
- Friday, November, 7 – Holy Mountain (Indoor)12:30 AM
- Saturday, November, 8 – Black Stage 4:05 PM

THE NEW PORNOGRAPHERS:
- Saturday, November, 8 – Orange Stage 5:55 PM

YO LA TENGO:
- Sunday, November 9, Orange Stage – 5:55 PM

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Celebrate Matador’s 105th Anniversary WIth A 102 Song Playlist At Spotify

November 5th, 2014 at 4:24 pm by Gerard

It may have escaped your attention earlier this week, what with all the column inches afforded Taylor Swift’s decision to remove music from Spotify, that the last remaining American who witnessed the formation of Matador Records had either passed away or disabled their Facebook account.  With this historic occasion in mind, we’ve assembled a 102 song Matador playlist at Spotify that will either have you partying like it’s 1889 or perhaps will provoke a huge outcry over all songs that are missing (for instance, Taylor Swift’s earliest works for Matador). Write down your favorite omissions, and we’ll try to get ‘em cleared in time for our 110th Anniversary!

 

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Iceage : New Australian Dates In January, Revolt TV (US) Appearance Today

November 3rd, 2014 at 1:54 pm by Gerard

Currently touring the US in support of their 3rd album, ‘Plowing Into The Field Of Love’, Iceage have confirmed the following Australian dates for January, 2015 :

Wednesday, January, 21 – Oxford Art Factory, Sydney AUS
Thursday, January, 22 – Alhambra, Brisbane AUS
Saturday, January, 24, – Sugar Mountain Festival, Melbourne AUS

In addition, Iceage will be playing this afternoon on Revolt TV (5pm eastern, rebroadcast at 8pm and 11pm)

remaining US/European dates :

Monday, November 3, – The Casbah, San Diego CA*
Tuesday, November 4 – 51 West, Phoenix AZ*
Wednesday, November 5 – Sister, Albuquerque NM*
Friday, November 7 – Holy Mountain, Austin TX (Fun Fun Fun Nites, with Helm and Survive)
Saturday, November 8 – Fun Fun Fun Fest Auditorium Shores, Austin TX
Monday, November 10 – Aveny-T, Copenhagen, Denmark
Friday, November, 21 – Le Guess Who? Festival, Utrecht, Netherlands
Saturday, November, 22 – Uebel & Gefahrlich, Hamburg, Germany
Sunday, November, 23 – Exhaus, Trier, Germany
Monday, November, 24 – Berghain Kantine, Berlin, Germany
Tuesday, November, 25 – Komma, Esslingen, Germany
Wednesday, November, 26 – Arena, Vienna, Austria
Thursday, November, 27 - Strom, Munich, Germany
Friday, November, 28 – Kinski, Zurich, Switzerland
Saturday, November, 29 – Ancienne Belgique, Brussels, Belgium
Sunday, November, 30 – Het Bos, Antwerpen, Belgium
Monday, December, 1 – Nouveau Casino, Paris, France
Tuesday, December 2 – 100 Club, London, UK

* w/ Helm
# w/ Father Murphy
$ w/ Rakta

Iceage – official site
Iceage – Blog, Facebook

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VIDEO : Perfume Genius – “Queen” (from Thursday’s “The Late Show WIth David Letterman”)

October 31st, 2014 at 11:46 am by Gerard

(video courtesy CBS / The Late Show)

order ‘Too Bright’ from the following :
The Matador Store (LP & CD)
iTunes
Perfume Genius.net

Amazon
Amazon MP3
Google Play

Perfume Genius online :

Perfume Genius.net

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PITCHFORK MUSIC FESTIVAL PARIS: BELLE & SEBASTIAN (TONIGHT) AND TOBIAS JESSO JR. (TOMORROW)

October 31st, 2014 at 10:32 am by Rian

Those who are not attending this year’s Pitchfork Music Festival Paris will be able to stream Belle & Sebastian set on the Pink stage a: 11pm GMT / midnight Paris time / 7pm EDT tonight.

When the time comes click here or watch below:


Belle & Sebastian (full concert) – Live… par culturebox

True Panther’s Tobias Jesso Jr. will be taking the Green Stage (his festival debut) tomorrow evening (11/1), 5:50pm EDT. 

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Tonight : Perfume Genius On CBS’ “The Late Show With David Letterman”

October 30th, 2014 at 2:54 pm by Gerard


Perfume Genius‘ U.S. network television debut happens tonight on CBS’ “The Late Show With David Letterman” (11:35 pm eastern, 10:35pm central). Dave’s other guest tonight is NBC news anchor Brian Williams, and if you think a guy in that position being funny is a little incongruous, you’re never heard David Brinkley’s unreleased Laff Records LP.  That aside, we’re pretty sure this is going to be one of those TV moments you’ll feel like a real dope for missing (and not simply the part where Brian Williams tries to kick Dave in the headt).

upcoming European dates :

November
11 – La Maroquinerie, Paris France
12 – Exile, Zurich, Switzerland
13 – Le Romandie, Lausanne Switzerland
14 – Depot, Leuven Belgium
16 – Vega, Copenhagen Denmark
17 - Lido, Berlin German
18 – Pret-a-ecouter Festival, Heidelberg Germany
19 – Bitterzoet, Amsterdam Holland
21 – Le Guess Who Festival, Utrecht Holland
23 – Caves, Edinburgh UK
24 – The Wardrobe, Leeds UK
25 – Oobleck, Birmingham UK
26 – The Haunt, Brighton UK
27 – Islington Assembly Hall, London UK
28 – 29 — Vodafone Mexefest 2014, Lisbon Portugal

Perfume Genius online :

Perfume Genius.net

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You Tube Channel

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TOMORROW: QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE’S HALLOWEEN BASH AT THE FORUM

October 30th, 2014 at 12:32 pm by Rian

Queens of the Stone Age are taking over Halloween night at The Forum in Los Angeles. That’s tomorrow for those of you who don’t know when Halloween is this year. The band will be performing what will be the final addition to their “globe-pummeling” …Like Clockwork tour.

The night will include SuicideGirls, Blackout Haunted House and more. The Kills, JD McPherson and Nick Oliveri’s Uncontrolable will support.

Tickets are available here.

 

 

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Thurston Moore Band – New South American Dates

October 29th, 2014 at 8:22 pm by Gerard

(St. Vitus, Brooklyn, October 21, 2014. Video courtesy (((unartig))) and NYCtaper

Following this month’s release of ‘The Best Day’, the Thurston Moore Band have confirmed the following December dates in South America :

Thursday, 4th December – Cine Jola, Sao Paulo, Brazil
Saturday 6th December – Rock Out Festival, Santiago, Chile
Sunday 7th December – Voterix, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Monday 8th December – Le Trastienda, Montevideo, Uruguay

Previously announced shows :

Thursday, October 30 – Lucerna Music Hall, Prague, Czech Republic
Friday, October 31 – BIME Festival, Bilbao Spain
Sunday, November 2 – Alcatraz, Milan, Italy
Monday, November 3 – Antoniano (seated), Bologna, Italy
Tuesday, November 4 – Komplex Club, Zurich, Switzerland
Wednesday, November 5 – Rockhal, Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Friday, November 7 – Islington Assembly Hall, London, UK
Saturday, November 8 – Fleece, Bristol, UK
Sunday, November 9 – Gorilla, Manchester, UK
Tuesday, November 11 – Art School, Glasgow, UK
Wednesday, November 12 – Bodega, Nottingham, UK
Saturday, November 15 – Crossing Border Festival, The Hague, Netherlands
Sunday, November 16 – Gebaude 9, Cologne, Germany
Tuesday, November 18 – Räucherkammer, Wiesbaden, Germany
Wednesday, November 19 – Ampere, Munich, Germany

Order ‘The Best Day’ from The Matador Store
iTunes
Amazon

(in Japan, ‘The Best Day’ will be available from Hostess)

Thurston Moore – Facebook, Twitter

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