HÆLOS in session on KEXP Today

In the wake of packed US debut shows in San Francisco and LA, HÆLOS can be heard today on KEXP.org, in session at 3pm eastern (noon pacific time).

During their U.S. visit, the trio have taken over the Matador instagram account and we’re hopeful that someone will explain to us how we’re supposed to take it back.

Preorder ‘Full Circle’ (out 18 March) from the following :

The Matador Store
iTunes: (“Oracle” ,”Pray”, “Earth Not Above” and “Dust” all available instantly)
Amazon
Google

TOUR DATES

February 27, London, Vault Lates
March 15-20, Austin TX South By Southwest (details to come)
March 29 New York NY Mercury Lounge
March 30 Brooklyn NY , Baby’s Alright
April 15 Indio CA, Coachella
April 20, Los Angeles, The Echo
April 22 Indio CA, Coachella

HÆLOS Online :

“This Day In Matador History” + “What’s Up Matador” : Strolls Down Memory Lane (OR ARE YOU BEING CHASED?)

You know the old saying, “those who forget the past are doomed to repeat it?” Me neither. I have heard, however, that the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results. Alternately, Chris Lombardi has always known the value of doing different insane things throughout the passage of time, the latest of which being his edict that we introduce, “This Day In Matador History”, a website that chronicles the label’s low, high and medium water marks from Chris’ inception of the imprint in 1989, to the present day. One of our colleagues has hopefully described the site as, “a gateway for fans of Matador (new and old) to explore the label’s archive,” but also, it’s a great way for staffs of other companies to take their eye off the ball while browsing our salute to, well, ourselves.

It’s not that Matador’s founder and co-owners have no appreciation for music history. It isn’t that we’re allergic to nostalgia. It isn’t even that we’re so obsessed with the future and/or prefer to judged on the merits of stuff that’s happening right now.

No, the sad truth of the matter is that we’ve done so much damage to our hearing and brains, that we simply don’t remember important events in Matador lore. Like you, we require assistance. Think I’m kidding? What other label of this stature would totally ignore it’s own 25th Anniversary and all the accompanying cash grab / self-congratulatory opportunities?

That’s exactly the sort of monumental gaffe that wouldn’t have gone down had we taken the time to properly chronicle Matador’s story in WEBSITE/CALENDAR FORM. 27 years in, we’re finally getting shit right. Please enjoy (and keep in mind everything we’re doing right now is 1000% better)

To coincide with the launch of this nearly 3 decades-in-the-making-website, we’re dragging our absurdist 1997 edutainment spectacular, “What’s Up Matador” out of the VHS catacombs and uploading it to YouTube. Hosted by NYC TV fixture, 4-time Emmy winner and “Morton Downey Jr. Show” executive producer Bill Boggs and directed by Chavez’ Clay Tarver, the film attempts to explain the inner workings of a lower Manhattan independent record label to an audience of small children (and thank fucking god none of their parents sued us). With special appearances by luminaries including Jon Spencer, Ira Kaplan, Liz Phair and Patrick Amory amongst others, “What’s Up Matador” is probably the most accurate document of that particular moment in the music business, surpassed only by CBS’ short-lived “Love Monkey” the Andrew Dice Clay star vehicle, “HITZ”.

Savages – New North America Dates


(photos : TIM)

Days after the release of ‘Adore Life’, Savages have confirmed additional US and Canadian dates (highlighted in bold below). The new shows go on sale this coming Friday (January 29) at 10am local times, with presales commencing this Wednesday.

Savages 2016 tour :

February 18 – De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill, UK
February 19 – Junction, Cambridge, UK
February 21 – Art School, Glasgow, UK
February 22 – Albert Hall, Manchester, UK
February 23 – Irish Centre, Leeds, UK
February 27 – Epicerie Moderne, Lyon, France
February 28 – Rockschool Barbey, Bordeaux, France
March 2 – Botanique Orangerie, Brussels, Belgium
March 3 – Luxor, Cologne, Germany
March 5 – Babel, Malmö, Sweden
March 6 – Kagelbanan, Stockholm, Sweden
March 7 – Vega, Copenhagen, Denmark
March 9 – Knust, Hamburg, Germany
March 10 – Berghain, Berlin, Germany SOLD OUT
March 11 – Strom, Munich, Germany
March 13 – Magazzini Generali, Milan, Italy
March 15 – Dynamo, Zurich, Switzerland
March 16 – Melkweg, Amsterdam, Netherlands
March 17 – Roundhouse, London, UK
March 27 – 9:30 Club, Washington DC
March 28 – Irving Plaza, New York NY
March 29 – Warsaw, Brooklyn NY
March 31 – Union Transfer, Philadelphia PA
April 1 – Paradise Rock Club, Boston MA
April 2 – Virgin Mobile Corona Theatre, Montreal, Canada
April 4 – Danforth Music Hall, Toronto, Canada
April 5 – St. Andrews Hall, Detroit MI
April 7 – Metro, Chicago IL
April 8 – The Ready Room, St. Louis MO
April 9 – Granada Theatre, Lawrence KS
April 11 – Trees, Dallas TX
April 12 – Emo’s, Austin TX

April 14 – Crescent Ballroom, Phoenix, AZ

April 15 – Coachella, Indio, CA

April 18 – El Rey Theatre, Los Angeles, CA
April 19 – The Fillmore San Francisco, CA

April 20 – Fox Theater, Pomona, CA (with Death Grips)
 

April 22 – Coachella, Indio, CA

April 24 – Vive Latino Festival, Mexico City, MX 

May, 14 – Exit In, Nashville, TN
May, 15 – Ace of Cups, Columbus, OH

May, 17 – Mr Small’s Theatre, Pittsburgh, PA

May, 18 – Grog Shop Cleveland, OH

May, 20 – High Noon Saloon, Madison WI

May, 21 – Fine Line Music Cafe, Minneapolis, MN

May, 22 – WECC, Winnipeg, Canada
May, 24 – Commonwealth Bar & Stage, Calgary Canada
May, 25 – Starlite Room, Edmonton, Canada
May, 27 – Imperial Vancouver, Vancouver, Canada
May, 28 – Wonder Ballroom, Portland, OR 

June 1-5 – Primavera Sound Festival, Barcelona ESP
June 29-July 2, Roskilde Festival, Roskilde, Denmark

order ‘ Adore Life’ from the following “

The Matador Store
Amazon
iTunes
Google Play
Streaming

Savages online :
Savagesband.com
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CEREMONY ANNOUNCE AUSTRALIAN TOUR

Bright and early this morning (Sydney time) Ceremony announced a round of Australian tour dates for this coming March. Tickets on sale Friday. The GREAT poster shown above was designed by Matthew Bellosi. Full details below:

Saturday, March 19th – The Brightside, Brisbane
Sunday, March 20th – Red Rattler, Sydney (LIC / AA)
Tuesday, March 22nd – Rad Bar, Wollongong
Thursday, March 24th – Bendigo Hotel, Melbourne
Saturday, March 26th – Enigma Bar, Adelaide

The L-Shaped Man Buy Links:
Matador Store: http://smarturl.it/LShapedMan_LP
Ceremony Store: http://smarturl.it/CeremonyMerch
iTunes: http://smarturl.it/LShapedMan
Amazon MP3: http://smarturl.it/L_Shaped_Man
Google Play: http://smarturl.it/LShapedMan_gb

Socials:
Ceremony Website: http://ceremonyhc.com/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ceremony
Twitter: https://twitter.com/ceremony
Instagram: https://instagram.com/ceremony/

HÆLOS’ WEST COAST TOUR COMMENCES TONIGHT

We announced HÆLOS debut album Full Circle earlier this month and tonight the band are about to embark on a different kind of debut – their first show in North America. Those not on the west coast will have to wait a little longer to see the band live, but we assure you that many more tour dates will be announced soon.

The band will documenting the tour on our Instagram account. If you’re interested in following (and how could you not) click here.

US TOUR DATES
January 22 San Francisco CA Popscene at Rickshaw Stop
January 27 Seattle WA – Sunset Tavern
March 15-20, Austin TX South By Southwest (details to come)
March 29 New York NY Mercury Lounge
March 30 Brooklyn NY , Baby’s Alright
April 15 Indio CA, Coachella
April 22 Indio CA, Coachella

SOCIALS:

Savages – ‘Adore Life’ Out Today, Contest Winner Announced, Elton John Says Something

It seems like only yesterday when we announced the upcoming album from Savages, Adore Life.  In case you’re wondering it was October 21st.  Since then, the band have: played shows big and small around the world, put out two videos (“The Answer” and “Adore”) and as of earlier this week – performed songs from the new album on television. Oh, and in case you missed it – a fellow Jimmy Kimmel guest this week, Elton John, proclaimed that he thinks Savages are… Well you have to watch the clip to find out.

Adore Life is out today and can be purchased and/or consumed by any of the following retailers:

Thank you to everyone who entered the contest to fly to London to see the band play London’s 100 Club next week. The winner is Paige Emery and you can follow her journey starting on Monday on our Instagram & Twitter accounts.

VIDEO : Savages – “The Answer” and “Adore”, from Wednesday’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”

We’re a day away from the official release of Savages’ wildly acclaimed 2nd album, ‘Adore Life’, and last night the band performed “The Answer” and “Adore Life” for ABC’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live”. Though the latter performance wasn’t shown in full on the broadcast, incredibly cool modern persons like yourself have already seen it on your smartphones during this morning’s jetpack commute. That said, we’re sure you’d like to watch both again, free of distractions.

“The Answer”

“Adore”

Savages 2016 tour :

January 26 – 100 Club, London UK (sold out)

February 18 – De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill, UK
February 19 – Junction, Cambridge, UK
February 21 – Art School, Glasgow, UK
February 22 – Albert Hall, Manchester, UK
February 23 – Irish Centre, Leeds, UK
February 27 – Epicerie Moderne, Lyon, France
February 28 – Rockschool Barbey, Bordeaux, France
March 2 – Botanique Orangerie, Brussels, Belgium
March 5 – Babel, Malmö, Sweden
March 6 – Kagelbanan, Stockholm, Sweden
March 7 – Vega, Copenhagen, Denmark
March 13 – Magazzini Generali, Milan, Italy
March 15 – Dynamo, Zurich, Switzerland
March 16 – Melkweg, Amsterdam, Netherlands
March 17 – Roundhouse, London, UK
March 27 – 9:30 Club, Washington DC
March 28 – Irving Plaza, New York NY
March 29 – Warsaw, Brooklyn NY
March 31 – Union Transfer, Philadelphia PA
April 1 – Paradise Rock Club, Boston MA
April 2 – Virgin Mobile Corona Theatre, Montreal, Canada
April 4 – Danforth Music Hall, Toronto, Canada
April 5 – St. Andrews Hall, Detroit MI
April 7 – Metro, Chicago IL
April 8 – The Ready Room, St. Louis MO
April 9 – Granada Theatre, Lawrence KS
April 11 – Trees, Dallas TX
April 12 – Emo’s, Austin TX

April 15 – Coachella, Indio, CA
April 22 – Coachella, Indio, CA
April 24 – Vive Latino Festival, Mexico City, MX
June 1-5 – Primavera Sound Festival, Barcelona ESP

preorder ‘ Adore Life’ from the following with “Adore”, “T.I.W.Y.G.” and “The Answer” available instantly

The Matador Store
Amazon
iTunes
Google Play
Streaming

Savages online :
Savagesband.com
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PRIMAVERA SOUND 2016 BARCELONA: ALGIERS, CAR SEAT HEADREST, SAVAGES & STEVE GUNN ANNOUNCED

Algiers, Car Seat Headrest, Savages and Steve Gunn are all joining this incredible line up in Barcelona for Primavera festival this year, June 1st – June 5th. More info regarding specific days and stage times to come.

“Primavera Sound reveals the line-up for its forthcoming edition. The programme of events will take place mainly in the Parc del Fòrum of Barcelona from Wednesday 1st to Saturday 4th June and will be complemented by a large number of concerts in various sites in the Raval neighbourhood, which means that music will be on offer for the whole week. More than 150 bands and artists that will dazzle audiences and complete the outstanding offer with a multitude of genres in which there will be something for everyone.”

More details / tickets: http://www.primaverasound.es

Kurt Vile Spring U.S. Dates

(photo by Stephen / Rag And Bone Photography)

The following Kurt Vile dates were announced today with the requisite ticket links / on-sale times found below. DON’T DAWDLE. Don’t even make us use that word ever again.

Thursday, March 31 Buffalo Asbury Hall Friday noon EST
Friday, April 1 Cleveland Heights Grog Shop Friday noon EST
Saturday, April 2 Columbus Newport Music Hall Friday 10am EST
Sunday, April 3 Bloomington The Bluebird Friday 10am EST
Tuesday, April 5 Milwaukee Pabst Theater Friday 12pm CST
Wednesday, April 6 Champaign The Accord Friday 12pm CST
Friday, April 8 Lawrence The Granada Friday 12pm CST
Saturday, April 9 Omaha The Waiting Room Friday 12pm CST
Monday, April 11 Columbia The Blue Note Friday 10am CST
Tuesday, April 12 Tulsa Cain’s Ballroom Friday 10am CST
Thursday, April 14 Houston House of Blues Friday 10am CST
Friday, April 15 Austin Stubb’s Waller Creek Amphitheatre Friday 10am CST
Saturday, April 16 Dallas Granada Theater Friday 10am CST
Sunday, April 17 New Orleans, Republic New Orleans Friday 11am CST

previously announced dates :

Wednesday, February 17 – College Street, New Haven CT
Thursday, February 18 – Pearl Street, Northampton MA
Friday, February 19 – Higher Ground, Burlington VT
Saturday, February 20 – Corona Theatre, Montreal, QUE
Sunday, February 21 – The Haunt, Ithaca NY
Monday, February 22 – Mr. Smalls, Pittsburgh PA
Wednesday, February 24 – Headliners, Louisville TN
Thursday, February 25 – Exit In, Nashville TN
Friday, February 26 – Orange Peel, Asheville NC
Saturday, February 27 – Variety Playhouse, Atlanta GA
Sunday, February 28 – Saturn, Birmingham AL
Monday, February 29 – Proud Larry’s, Oxford MS
Wednesday, March 2 – Bijou Theatre, Knoxville TN
Thursday, March 3 – Cats Cradle, Carrboro NC
Friday, March 4 – Ottobar, Baltimore MD
Tuesday, March 8 Paris, France – Alhambra
Wednesday, March 9 Ghent, Belgium – Handelsbeurs
Thursday, March 10 London, UK – Roundhouse
Friday, March 11 Brighton, UK – All Saint’s Church
Saturday, March 12 Utrecht, Netherlands – Tivoli
Sunday, March 13 Nijmegen, Netherlands – Doornroosje
April 5-10 Iowa City, IA Mission Creek Festival
Friday, May 20 – Sunday May 22 – Hangout Music Festival, Gulf Shores
Saturday, May 28 Burnaby BC Festival Lawn at Deer Lake Park (with Alabama Shakes)
May 27-30 George, WA Sasquatch Music Festival

June 9-12 Manchester TN Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival

Xylouris White supporting 2/17-28
Spacin’ supporting 2/28-3/4

 

(video courtesy VPRO)

order ‘b’lieve I’m going down’ from the following :
The Matador Store
iTunes
Amazon
Kurt’s Store
Google Play

Kurt Vile online :

WEBSITE – http://kurtvile.com/
FACEBOOK – https://www.facebook.com/kurtvileofphilly
TWITTER – https://twitter.com/therealkurtvile
INSTAGRAM – https://instagram.com/kurtvile/
TUMBLR (NEW) – http://therealkurtvile.tumblr.com/

STREAM: HÆLOS Soak remix

 

Listen to Hælos edit of Soak’s “B a noBody” below:

The band release their Matador debut album Full Circle on March 18th of this year.

Preorder ‘Full Circle’ from the following :

The Matador Store
iTunes: (“Oracle” ,”Pray”, “Earth Not Above” and “Dust” all available instantly)
Amazon
Google

HÆLOS live

January 22 San Francisco CA Popscene at Rickshaw Stop
January 26 Los Angeles CA The Roxy
January 27 Seattle WA – Sunset Tavern
March 15-20, Austin TX South By Southwest
March 29 New York NY  Mercury Lounge
March 30 Brooklyn NY , Baby’s Alright
April 15 Indio CA, Coachella
April 22 Indio CA, Coachella

HÆLOS online:

WebsiteFacebook TwitterInstagramSoundcloud

BBC 6 Music Festival announcement: SAVAGES & KURT VILE

b’lieve i’m goin down to Bristol with someone you ADORE to see Savages and Kurt Vile on Valentine’s weekend…

The 6 Music Festival will take place in various venues around Bristol from Friday 12 – Sunday 14 February.

Stage and dates below:

Savages: Friday 12th Feb @ Motion (Main room)
Kurt Vile: Sunday 14th Feb @ Motion (Room 2)

More details and info for tickets here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/events/eq6c8g

Savages are currently counting down the last few days until the release of their second album Adore Life, which is out this Friday 22nd January. It can be purchased online from the following (or ideally go to your nearest independent record store).

Matador Store- http://smarturl.it/savages_adorelife_lp
Amazon http://smarturl.it/savages_adorelife_a
iTunes http://smarturl.it/savages_adorelifei
Google Play http://smarturl.it/savages_adorelife_gp

Kurt Vile’s b’lieve i’m goin down is out NOW.

The Matador Store
UK orders
iTunes
Amazon
Kurt’s Store
Google Play

Majical Cloudz – New DIgital EP, ‘Wait & See’, Tour Commences Tonight

(photo by Rocco Avalone)

‘Wait & See’, a new, 5-song digital EP from Majical Cloudz is available today via your favorite download and streaming services. Devon Welsh’s thoughts on the subject can be found after the links below :

Spotify
iTunes
Amazon

Hi,
We put together this “EP” of songs that we recorded when we were working on “Are You Alone?”, but which didn’t fit on that album for one reason or another. They aren’t more recent than the songs on AYA — they date from different periods of time, one of them is among the earliest songs written for AYA and others are more recent. Despite the fact that it’s a collection of songs that didn’t make the record, I think there is a feeling that links them all together (which is maybe why they didn’t fit on AYA). We hope you enjoy these songs!

We are going on tour in North America and then in Australia in January and February. These are the only dates we have planned right now, so if you want to see us, definitely try to come out to one of these shows. I know some of them are sold out. We tried to move the show into bigger venues where we could (and we did in Vancouver) but in some cases we couldn’t make it happen. So sorry if the show is sold out and you wanted to come.

She-Devils are going to be supporting us on all our shows in North America, which is really exciting. They are really good, so if you’re coming to the shows make sure to come early enough to see them.

It will be our first time in Australia, and it’s difficult to imagine the next time I will be back there (through music or not) so if you’re in Australia and are into our band, this is the time to see us!
Okay!

Friday, January 15 – The Garrison, Toronto ON (sold out)*
Saturday, January 16 – UFO Factory, Detroit MI *
Monday, January 18 – Schubas, Chicago IL (SOLD OUT)*
Tuesday, January 19 – Music Hall Of Williamsburg, Brooklyn NY *
Friday, January 22 – Cobalt, Vancouver BC*
Saturday, January 23 – Barboza, Seattle WA*
Sunday, January 24 – Mississippi Studios, Portland OR*
Tuesday, January 25- The Chapel, San Francisco CA *
Friday, January 29 – Masonic Lodge at Hollywood Forever, Los Angeles CA *
2/5/16 – St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival, Adelaide SA, Australia
Saturday, February, 6 – St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival, Brisbane QLD, Australia
Sunday, February, 7 – St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival, Sydney NSW, Australia
Monday, February, 8 – Newtown Social Club, Newtown NSW, Australia
Thursday, February, 11 – Forum Theatre, Melbourne VIC, Australia
Friday, February, 12 – The Toff, Melbourne VIC, Australia
Saturday, February, 13 – St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival, Footscray VIC, Australia
Sunday, February, 14 – St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival, Fremantle WA, Australia
Thursday, March, 10 – La Sala Rossa, Montreal QC, Canada

(* – support from She-Devils)

Order ‘Are You Alone?’ from The Matador Store, iTunes or Amazon.

Majical Cloudz online :
official site
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Soundcloud

WIN A TRIP TO SEE SAVAGES IN LONDON ON JANUARY 26TH

Calling all US-based Savages fans:

Want to see the band play an 8AM gig at London’s the 100 Club on January 26th? Enter to win a trip for two to document your experience as a visual and editorial correspondent, taking over the Matador Records Instagram & Twitter for the day. So many once in a lifetime opportunities here people…

Enter contest here: http://savagesband.com/spotify

‘Adore Life’
Matador Store- http://smarturl.it/savages_adorelife_lp
Amazon http://smarturl.it/savages_adorelife_a
iTunes http://smarturl.it/savages_adorelifei
Google Play http://smarturl.it/savages_adorelife_gp
Streaming link http://smarturl.it/savages_adorelife_s

Coming March 18 : HÆLOS – ‘Full Circle’

(photo by Jesse Jenkins)

“Oracle”

On March 18, Matador will be releasing the long-awaited debut album from London trio HÆLOS, ‘Full Circle’. Preorder details can be found below.

Every generation has their own version of the blues, music that captures a sense of melancholia and provides a sonic reflecting pool for young lovers, old souls, and the eternally heartbroken. For their darkly shaded and radiant debut album Full Circle, HAELOS have found their blues where others go to find pure, uncut joy: the dancefloor. 

The London trio’s version of a night out is a million miles away from mirror balls and sweaty bodies, their rippling electronic pop conjuring the exhilarating privacy of a cavernous club’s dark pockets and the introspective comedowns that accompany rainy 5 a.m. cab rides.  “It’s the music you put on after the club,” Lotti Benardout, who shares vocal duties with her other bandmates, states. “You can still feel that energy and euphoria, but it might bring you back to reflect on certain moments or memories.” 

The three bandmates decided to collaborate having been working on separate projects. Arthur Delaney and Dom Goldsmith had been working on material under the working title of HÆLOS; Lotti had been writing with Dom who was producing an EP for her at the time. The nocturnal, throbbing “Dust” was the first finished work to come from the trio’s newly formed union; over the course of the following year, the rest of Full Circle’s shadowy sounds came together. “When you don’t know people that well, you can look back at things and retell your story,” Benardout speaks on HAELOS’ ability to mature from relative strangers into a cohesive musical unit. “It’s new again. There’s something quite cathartic about it.” 
 
Catharsis is, indeed, the name of Full Circle’s game, an embodiment of a sound that has been referred to as “dark euphoria”. Throughout the album, HÆLOS reconstruct the firmament of dance sounds past and present to construct an exquisitely elegiac mood that retains a sense of presence as it conveys the pain of emotional distance. Every moment of uneasy reflection is matched by quiet explosions—Delaney’s forceful shouts over yo-yo synths on Full Circle’s title track, Benardout’s layered pleas over Goldsmith’s cascading drum breaks on “Pray,” and the soaring “Separate Lives,” which hollows out drum’n’bass’ propulsive patter to form an atmosphere that’s as gently disruptive as it is emotionally nourishing. Throughout the album’s loudest and most peaceful moments alike, Full Circle retains a pristine intimacy thanks to Goldsmith’s keen ear for behind-the-boards magic; his touch gives the album a hermetic feel that stays with you long after it ends. 

We’re living in a time where the struggle to make human connections is hampered by our inability to unplug, and so Full Circle is a glorious, gorgeous contradiction of sorts: emotional pop that perfectly captures ageless emotional conundrums, featuring music that could only be made in the present day. “We all have a shared human experience,” opines Delaney, HAELOS’ main lyrical contributor. “As much as we try to run away from feelings with all the distractions around us, they always follow us around. They’re a constant thing that unites us all.” And so Full Circle is the sound of three individuals finding common ground, for themselves and for anyone who’s ever believed that it’s impossible to move your body without listening to your own heart.

TRACKLISTING:
01. Intro/Spectrum
02. Pray
03. Dust
04. Full Circle
05. Earth Not Above
06. Oracle
07. Alone
08. Separate Lives
09. Sacred
10. Cloud Nine
11. Pale

Preorder ‘Full Circle’ from the following :

The Matador Store
iTunes: (“Oracle” ,”Pray”, “Earth Not Above” and “Dust” all available instantly)
Amazon
Google

HÆLOS live

January 15 – Gronigen NE, Eurosonic Festival
January 22 San Francisco CA Popscene at Rickshaw Stop
January 26 Los Angeles CA The Roxy
January 27 Seattle WA – Sunset Tavern
March 15-20, Austin TX South By Southwest
March 29 New York NY Mercury Lounge
March 30 Brooklyn NY , Baby’s Alright
April 15 Indio CA, Coachella
April 22 Indio CA, Coachella

HÆLOS online :

Website / Facebook / Twitter / Instagram / Soundcloud

Car Seat Headrest : West Coast North American Dates In January

(video courtesy KEXP)

Prior to a bunch of previously announced European dates in February, Car Seat Headrest kick off a run up and down the western side of North America starting with Saturday’s sold out show at Seattle’s Sunset Tavern. Dates and ticket links below :

North America :

Saturday, January 9 – Sunset Tavern, Seattle WA SOLD OUT
Monday, January 11 – The Bartlett, Spokane WA
Tuesday, January 12 – The Wild Buffalo, Bellingham WA
Wednesday, January 13 Neurolux, Boise, ID
Thursday, January 14 – Kilby Court, Salt Lake City UT
Friday, January 15 – Hi Dive, Denver CO
Sunday, January 17 – Valley Bar, Phoenix AZ
Monday, January 18 – The Casbah, San Diego CA
Tuesday, January 19 – Bootleg Bar, Los Angeles CA
Wednesday, January 20 – The Independent, San Francisco CA
Thursday, January 22 – Sam’s Bond’s Garage, Eugene OR
Friday, January 23 – Mississippi Studios, Portland OR
Sunday, January 24 – The Colbalt, Vancouver BC, Canada

UK/EUROPE TOUR DATES:

Thursday February 18: ACUD, Berlin (D) TICKETS
Friday February 19: Ideal Bar, Copenhagen (DK) TICKETS
Saturday February 20: Aalhaus, Hamburg (D) TICKETS
Sunday February 21: Botanique, Brussels (B) TICKETS
Tuesday February 23: Dalston Victoria, London (UK) TICKETS
Wednesday February 24: La Mécanique Ondulatoire, Paris (F) TICKETS
Thursday February 25: La Route du Rock Winter, Rennes (F) TICKETS
Friday February 26: Festival Generig @ Zone Art, Besançon (F) TICKETS
Saturday February 27: La Malterie, Lille (F) TICKETS
Sunday February 28: Paradiso, Amsterdam (NL) 7pm show* TICKETS

order ‘Teens Of Style’ from the following :

The Matador Store
iTunes
Bandcamp
Amazon
Google

Car Seat Headrest online:

VIDEO : Savages – “Adore”

Two weeks away from the release of Savages’ hotly anticipated 2nd album, ‘Adore Life’, the band present a stunning video for “Adore”, directed by Anders Malmberg (with lighting and concept design by Tobias Rylander). Savages’ initial run of 2016 worldwide dates are updated below with the addition of a rather prominent spot on Friday bill for both weekends of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.

2016 tour :

January 26 – 100 Club, London UK (sold out)

February 18 – De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill, UK
February 19 – Junction, Cambridge, UK
February 21 – Art School, Glasgow, UK
February 22 – Albert Hall, Manchester, UK
February 23 – Irish Centre, Leeds, UK
February 27 – Epicerie Moderne, Lyon, France
February 28 – Rockschool Barbey, Bordeaux, France
March 2 – Botanique Orangerie, Brussels, Belgium
March 5 – Babel, Malmö, Sweden
March 6 – Kagelbanan, Stockholm, Sweden
March 7 – Vega, Copenhagen, Denmark
March 13 – Magazzini Generali, Milan, Italy
March 15 – Dynamo, Zurich, Switzerland
March 16 – Melkweg, Amsterdam, Netherlands
March 17 – Roundhouse, London, UK
March 27 – 9:30 Club, Washington DC
March 28 – Irving Plaza, New York NY
March 29 – Warsaw, Brooklyn NY
March 31 – Union Transfer, Philadelphia PA
April 1 – Paradise Rock Club, Boston MA
April 2 – Virgin Mobile Corona Theatre, Montreal, Canada
April 4 – Danforth Music Hall, Toronto, Canada
April 5 – St. Andrews Hall, Detroit MI
April 7 – Metro, Chicago IL
April 8 – The Ready Room, St. Louis MO
April 9 – Granada Theatre, Lawrence KS
April 11 – Trees, Dallas TX
April 12 – Emo’s, Austin TX

April, 15 – Coachella, Indio, CA
April, 22 – Coachella, Indio, CA
April, 24 – Vive Latino Festival, Mexico City, MX

preorder ‘ Adore Life’ from the following with “Adore”, “T.I.W.Y.G.” and “The Answer” available instantly

The Matador Store
Amazon
iTunes
Google Play
Streaming

Savages online :
Savagesband.com
Facebook
Twitter
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