King Krule – “Live On The Moon” Picture Disc LP

It’s been a year since King Krule released his Mercury Prize-nominated LP The OOZ. While touring in support of the album at the beginning of 2018, King Krule recorded “Live On The Moon,” a live video session in collaboration with Molten Jets. Today he’s announced a picture disc LP, limited to an edition of 350, culled from that performance. Preorders are available now for this vinyl-only release via the King Krule webstore and will ship on November 2.

Purchase/Stream The OOZ here.

King Krule – Live On The Moon
Side A 
1. Dum Surfer 
2. The Locomotive 
3. Midnight 01 (Deep Sea Diver) 
4. Logos 
5. Sublunary
 
Side B 
6. Lonely Blue 
7. A Slide In (New Drugs) 
8. The Cadet Leaps
9. What Stars? /  Untitled”
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Kurt Vile – SiriusXM Session

Kurt Vile’s Bottle It In is here in just two days. Until then, hear two new performances from Kurt’s recent session at SiriusXM, performing “Bassackwards” from the new album, as well as a cover of Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers’ track, “Learning To Fly.” Listen to the full session on SiriusXM’s webplayer here at 9pm ET tonight. Kurt Vile & The Violators embark on their massive world tour beginning on release day in Germany. See their full itinerary below.

Pre-order Bottle It In here

Kurt Vile & The Violators On Tour
Friday, October 12th – Grünspan – Hamburg, DE ^
Saturday, October 13th – Pustervik – Gothenburg, SE ^
Sunday, October 14th – Rockefeller – Oslo, NO #
Monday, October 15th – Bern – Stockholm, SE #
Tuesday, October 16th – Vega – Copenhagen, DK #
Thursday, October 18th – Huxleys – Berlin, DE #
Friday, October 19th – Muffathalle – Munich, DE #
Saturday, October 20th – X-Tra – Zurich, CH #
Sunday, October 21st – Epicerie Moderne – Lyon, FR #
Monday, October 22ns – Apolo – Barcelona, ES #
Tuesday, October 23rd – Teatro Barceló – Madrid, ES #
Thursday, October 25th – Lisboa Ao Vivo – Lisbon, PT #
Friday, October 26th – Hard Club – Porto, PT #
Sunday, October 28th – Rockschool Barbey – Bordeaux, FR #
Monday, October 29th – La Cigale – Paris, FR #
Tuesday, October 30th – Autumn Falls @ AB – Brussels, BE #
Thursday, November 1st – Paradiso – Amsterdam, NL #
Friday, November 2nd – Kantine – Köln, DE #
Monday, November 5th – Concorde 2 – Brighton, UK # (SOLD OUT)
Tuesday, November 6th – Shepherd’s Bush Empire – London, UK #
Wednesday, November 7th – Shepherd’s Bush Empire – London, UK #
Thursday, November 8th – St Philips Gate – Bristol, UK #
Friday, November 9th – The Crossing – Birmingham, UK #
Saturday, November 10th – Albert Hall – Manchester, UK #
Sunday, November 11th – 02 Academy – Leeds, UK #
Tuesday, November 13th – 02 ABC – Glasgow, UK #
Wednesday, November 14th – Vicar Street – Dublin, IR #
Sunday, November 24 House of Blues, Boston MA *
Wednesday, November 28 Brooklyn Steel, Brooklyn NY *
Friday, November 30 9:30 Club, Washington DC *
Monday, December 3 Variety Playhouse, Atlanta GA *
Wednesday, December 5 Jones Assembly, Oklahoma City OK *
Thursday, December 6 ACL Live Moody Theater, Austin TX *
Friday, December 7 Canton Hall, Dallas TX *
Sunday, December 9 The Observatory North Park, San Diego CA *
Tuesday, December 11 The Wiltern, Los Angeles CA *
Wednesday, December 12 Fox Theater, Oakland CA *
Friday, December 14 Crystal Ballroom, Portland OR *
Saturday, December 15 Moore Theatre, Seattle WA *
Sunday, December 16 Vogue, Vancouver BC *
Wednesday, December 19 First Avenue, Minneapolis MN *
Thursday, December 20 Sylvee, Madison WI *
Friday, December 21 Turner Hall Milwaukee WI *
Saturday, December 22 Rivera Theatre, Chicago IL *
Saturday, December 29 The Met Philadelphia, Philadelphia PA !
Thursday, February 14 Higher Ground, Burlington VT +
Friday, February 15 Mtelus, Montreal QC +
Saturday, February 16 Danforth Music Hall, Toronto ON + (SOLD OUT)
Sunday, February 17 Danforth Music Hall, Toronto ON
Tuesday, February 19 Majestic Theatre, Detroit MI +
Wednesday, February 20 Taft Theatre, Cincinnati OH +
Thursday, February 21 The Vogue, Indianapolis IN +
Friday, February 22 Headliners Music Hall, Louisville NY +
Saturday, February 23 Castle Theatre, Bloomington IL +
Sunday, February 24 The Pageant, St. Louis MO +
Tuesday, February 26 The Slowdown, Omaha NE +
Wednesday, February 27 Truman, Kansas City MO +
Thursday, February 28 Ogden Theatre, Denver CO +
Friday, March 1 The Depot, Salt Lake City, UT +
Saturday, March 2 M3F Fest, Phoenix AZ
Sunday, March 3 House of Blues, Las Vegas NV +
Tuesday, March 5 Rialto Theatre, Tucson AZ +
Wednesday, March 6 Meow Wolf, Sante Fe NM +
Friday, March 8 Gruene Hall, New Braunfels TX +
Saturday, March 9 White Oak Music Hall, Houston TX +
Sunday, March 10 Civic Theatre, New Orleans LA +
Tuesday, March 12 The Beacham, Orlando FL +
Wednesday, March 13 Revolution Live, Ft. Lauderdale FL +
Friday, March 15 Saturn, Birmingham AL +
Saturday, March 16 Ryman Auditorium, Nashville TN +
Sunday, March 17 The National, Richmond VA +
Thursday, April 11 Hunter Lounge, Wellington NZ
Saturday, April 13 Powerstation, Auckland NZ
Monday, April 15 Enmore, Sydney AU &
Tuesday, April 16 Unibar, Wollongong AU &
Wednesday, April 17 ANU, Canberra AU &
Thursday, April 18 Bryon Bay Bluesfest, Byron Bay AU &
Saturday, April 20 Bryon Bay Bluesfest, Byron Bay AU &
Monday, April 22 The Forum, Melbourne AU &
Friday, April 26 Bendigo Autumn Music Festival, Bendigo AU
Saturday, April 27 The Gov, Adelaide AU &
Sunday, April 28 Rosemount Carpark, Perth AU &

^ – with Meg Baird (solo)
# – with Meg Baird & Mary Lattimore
*- with Jessica Pratt

! w/ The Feelies, Snail Mail
+ w/ The Sadies

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OUT NOW: “Marauder,” The New Album from Interpol


(photo by Jamie-James Medina)

Interpol’s new album Marauder is out in the world today, available on your preferred streaming service, and in a limited edition cream-colored vinyl quantity at your local independent record store.

Purchase/Stream Marauder here.

Tickets are on sale this morning for the newly-announced dates leading up to Interpol’s performance at Madison Square Garden with Car Seat Headrest and Snail Mail on February 16, 2019. After releasing the new music video for Marauder-opener “If You Really Love Nothing” yesterday, Interpol began their North American headlining dates last night at Philadelphia’s Union Transfer, and will play their album release show at Brooklyn’s House of Vans tonight. The first part of that show will be live-streamed beginning at 9:45pm EDT via the band’s YouTube and Facebook channels.

Upcoming Dates, All Ticks On Sale Now
Friday, August 24th – House Of Vans, Brooklyn  NY
Tuesday, September 11th – Orpheum Theater, Boston MA*
Wednesday, September 12th – Olympic Theater, Montreal QC*
Thursday, September 13th – Rebel, Toronto ONT*
September 14-15 –  Riot Fest, Douglas Park, Chicago IL
Sunday, Septemeber 16 – Royal Oak Theater, Detroit MI*
Monday, September 17 – Express Live, Columbus OH*
Thursday, September 27 – Bomb Factory, Dallas TX*
Friday, September 28 – Bass Concert Hall, Austin TX*
Saturday, September 29 – White Oak Music Hall Lawn, Houston TX*
Monday, October 1 – The Van Buren, Phoenix AZ*
Thursday, October 4th – Hollywood Bowl – Los Angeles, CA ^
Friday, October 5th – SDSU Open Air Theater, San Diego CA ++
Saturday, October 6th – Greek Theatre – Berkeley CA
Tuesday, November 6th – Akasaka Blitz – Tokyo, JP
Wednesday, November 14th – Royal Albert Hall – London, UK $
Friday, November 16th – 02 Apollo, Manchester UK $
Sunday, November 18th – Olympia Theater, Dublin IE $
Friday, November 23rd – Merhr! Theater, Hamburg DE $
Saturday, November 24th – TAP1 – Copenhagen, DK  $
Sunday, November 25th – Tempodrom, Berlin DE $
Tuesday, November 27th – Tivoli Vredenburg, Utrect NL  $
Wednesday, November 28th – Forest National, Brussels BE $
Thursday, November 29th – La Salle Pleyel – Paris, FR
Thursday, January 31 Queen Elizabeth Theatre, Vancouver BC
Friday, February 1 Keller Auditorium, Portland OR
Saturday, February 2 The Moore Theatre, Seattle WA
Tuesday, February 5 Palace Theatre, St. Paul MN
Friday, February 8 Pabst Theater, Milwaukee WI
Saturday, February 9 The Pageant, St. Louis MO
Monday, February 11 Marathon Music Works, Nashville TN
Thursday, February 14 The Ritz, Raleigh NC
Friday, February 15 The Anthem, Washington DC
Saturday, February 16th – Madison Square Garden, NYC NY !

w/ Sunflower Bean
^ w/ The Kills, Sunflower Bean
++ w/ The Kills
$ w/ Nilüfer Yanya
! w/ Car Seat Headrest, Snail Mail
@ w/ Honduras
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VIDEO: Interpol “If You Really Love Nothing”

Interpol’s Marauder is finally out tomorrow, and to preview their first LP in four years, they’ve shared the video for album-opener “If You Really Love Nothing.” The video, directed by Hala Matar, stars Kristen Stewart and Finn Wittrock.

Stream “If You Really Love Nothing” here.

Pre-order Marauder here.

Interpol kicks off their North American headlining dates with a sold out show at Philadelphia’s Union Transfer tonight, before playing their Marauder release show at Brooklyn’s House of Vans tomorrow night. The first five tracks of their set tomorrow will be live-streamed from the band’s Facebook and YouTube channel, beginning at 9:45pm EDT.

Upcoming Tour Dates, In Bold On Sale Tomorrow at 10am Local Time

Thursday, August 23rd – Union Transfer, Philadelphia PA @ (SOLD OUT)
Friday, August 24th – House Of Vans, Brooklyn  NY
Tuesday, September 11th – Orpheum Theater, Boston MA*
Wednesday, September 12th – Olympic Theater, Montreal QC*
Thursday, September 13th – Rebel, Toronto ONT*
September 14-15 –  Riot Fest, Douglas Park, Chicago IL
Sunday, Septemeber 16 – Royal Oak Theater, Detroit MI*
Monday, September 17 – Express Live, Columbus OH*
Thursday, September 27 – Bomb Factory, Dallas TX*
Friday, September 28 – Bass Concert Hall, Austin TX*
Saturday, September 29 – White Oak Music Hall Lawn, Houston TX*
Monday, October 1 – The Van Buren, Phoenix AZ*
Thursday, October 4th – Hollywood Bowl – Los Angeles, CA ^
Friday, October 5th – SDSU Open Air Theater, San Diego CA ++
Saturday, October 6th – Greek Theatre – Berkeley CA
Tuesday, November 6th – Akasaka Blitz – Tokyo, JP
Wednesday, November 14th – Royal Albert Hall – London, UK $
Friday, November 16th – 02 Apollo, Manchester UK $
Sunday, November 18th – Olympia Theater, Dublin IE $
Friday, November 23rd – Merhr! Theater, Hamburg DE $
Saturday, November 24th – TAP1 – Copenhagen, DK  $
Sunday, November 25th – Tempodrom, Berlin DE $
Tuesday, November 27th – Tivoli Vredenburg, Utrect NL  $
Wednesday, November 28th – Forest National, Brussels BE $
Thursday, November 29th – La Salle Pleyel – Paris, FR
Thursday, January 31 Queen Elizabeth Theatre, Vancouver BC
Friday, February 1 Keller Auditorium, Portland OR
Saturday, February 2 The Moore Theatre, Seattle WA
Tuesday, February 5 Palace Theatre, St. Paul MN
Friday, February 8 Pabst Theater, Milwaukee WI
Saturday, February 9 The Pageant, St. Louis MO
Monday, February 11 Marathon Music Works, Nashville TN
Thursday, February 14 The Ritz, Raleigh NC
Friday, February 15 The Anthem, Washington DC
Saturday, February 16th – Madison Square Garden, NYC NY !

w/ Sunflower Bean
^ w/ The Kills, Sunflower Bean
++ w/ The Kills
$ w/ Nilüfer Yanya
! w/ Car Seat Headrest, Snail Mail
@ w/ Honduras
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Steve Gunn – Union Pool Autumn Residency

Steve Gunn has announced a residency at Brooklyn’s Union Pool across three nights this Fall. Each night features guest performances, including appearances by Yo La Tengo’s Georgia Hubley, Bridget St. John and more. Tickets are on sale now.

Thursday, October 25 Union Pool, Brooklyn NY
w/ Bridget St. John

Thursday, November 1 Union Pool, Brooklyn NY
w/ Loren Connors + Alan Licht

Thursday, November 8 Union Pool, Brooklyn NY
w/ Little Black Egg (Yo La Tengo’s Georgia Hubley)

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Julien Baker – Live on KEXP + Pitchfork Music Festival Live Stream

Julien Baker is currently touring throughout North America in support of her recent release Turn Out The Lights. In May she performed four tracks from the album at the KEXP studios, which are online today. Julien performs today at Pitchfork Music Festival at 5:15pm CST. Her set (as well as Lucy Dacus’s at 2:30pm CST) will be live-streaming from Pitchfork’s YouTube Page. 

Buy/Stream Turn Out The Lights HERE

“Turn Out The Lights”:

“Appointments”:

“Sour Breath”:

“Hurt Less”:

Upcoming Tour Dates
Friday, July 20 Pitchfork Music Festival, Chicago IL &
Saturday, July 21 Surly Brewing Festival Field, Minneapolis MN &
Tuesday, July 24 The Anthem, Washington DC *
Wednesday, July 25 Prospect Park Bandshell, Brooklyn NY *
Thursday, July 26 State Theatre, Portland ME *
Wednesday, August 1 Prescott Park Arts Festival, Portsmouth ME
Friday, August 3 Osheaga Festival, Montreal QC
Saturday, August 4 Garrison Common, Toronto ON
Saturday, August 25 Stone Pony Summer Stage, Asbury Park NJ
Wednesday, August 29 C/O Pop Cologne DE
Saturday, September 1 End of The Road Festival Larmer Tree Gardens UK
Monday, September 3 Botanique Brussels BE
Tuesday, September 4 Paradiso Amsterdam NL
Wednesday, September 5 Elbphilharmonie Hamburg DE
Friday, September 7 Hotel Cecil Copenhagen DK
Saturday, September 8 Perfect Sounds Forever Bergen NO
Monday, September 10 Kagelbanan Stockholm SE
Thursday, September 13 UT Connewitz Leipzig DE
Friday, September 14 NOD Prague CZ
Saturday, September 15 Flex Café Vienna AT
Sunday, September 16 Ampere Munich DE
Tuesday, September 18 Ohibo Milan IT
Thursday, September 20 Bad Bonn Dudingen CH
Saturday, September 22 La Maroquinerie Paris FR
Monday, September 24 Manchester Gorilla, Manchester UK
Tuesday, September 25 St. Luke’s, Glasgow UK
Thursday, September 27 Vicar Street, Dublin IE
Saturday, September 29 O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire, London UK

& w/ Lucy Dacus, Courtney Barnett
* w/ Courtney Barnett, Vagabon

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Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks – Live on KEXP

During the first leg of Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks’ Sparkle Hard tour, the group stopped off at KEXP’s Gathering Space in Seattle to play tracks off the new album. Those performances are online now, and The Jicks are back on the road too, performing tonight at Slim’s in San Francisco. Before their show, they’ll be live-streaming a session at Light Rail Studios at 6pm EST/3pm PST, which you can watch HERE.

Stream / Buy Sparkle Hard Here

Full Performance:

“Shiggy”:

“Cast Off”:

“Bike Lane”:

“Refute”:

“Middle America”:

Upcoming Tour Dates
Wednesday, July 18 Slim’s, San Francisco CA SOLD OUT
Thursday, July 19 The Roxy, Los Angeles CA SOLD OUT
Friday, July 20 Casbah, San Diego CA SOLD OUT
Sunday, July 22 The Crescent Ballroom, Phoenix AZ
Wednesday, July 25, Mohawk, Austin TX
Thursday, July 26 White Oak Music Hall, Houston TX
Friday, July 27 Granada Theater, Dallas TX
Saturday, July 28 The Vanguard, Tulsa OK
Sunday, July 29 Record Bar, Kansas City MO
Tuesday, July 31 Gothic Theatre, Englewood CO
Wednesday, August 1 Urban Lounge, Salt Lake City UT
Friday, August 3 Rickshaw Theatre, Vancouver BC
Saturday, August 4 Neptune Theatre, Seattle WA
Sunday, August 5 Star Theater, Portland OR
Friday, October 5 Greek Theater, Los Angeles CA *
Wednesday, October 17th Albert Hall, Manchester UK
Thursday, October 18th SWG3, Glasgow UK
Friday, October 19th Vicar St., Dublin IE
Sunday, October 21st SXW, Bristol UK
Monday, October 22nd The Asylum, Birmingham UK
Wednesday, October 24th Hackney Arts Center, London UK
Thursday, October 25th Concorde 2, Brighton UK
Monday, October 29th Lido, Berlin DE
Tuesday, October 30th Stadtgarten, Cologne DE
Wednesday October 31st Melkweg, Amsterdam NL

* w/ Courtney Barnett, Waxahatchee

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VIDEO: Stephen Malkmus “Solid Silk”

Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks have been on a tear this year, releasing their new album Sparkle Hard, performing on CBS This Morning, releasing mini-documentaries, and touring across North America. Today, Malkmus and director Brook Linder release an acoustic version of Sparkle Hard track, “Solid Silk.”

The Jicks are back on the road beginning next Tuesday in Petaluma, carrying on to a few more sold-out dates in California. See their full itinerary below, including UK/EU dates in October.

BUY/STREAM SPARKLE HARD HERE

Upcoming Tour Dates
Tuesday, July 17 Mystic Theatre, Petaluma CA
Wednesday, July 18 Slim’s, San Francisco CA SOLD OUT
Thursday, July 19 The Roxy, Los Angeles CA SOLD OUT
Friday, July 20 Casbah, San Diego CA SOLD OUT
Sunday, July 22 The Crescent Ballroom, Phoenix AZ
Wednesday, July 25, Mohawk, Austin TX
Thursday, July 26 White Oak Music Hall, Houston TX
Friday, July 27 Granada Theater, Dallas TX
Saturday, July 28 The Vanguard, Tulsa OK
Sunday, July 29 Record Bar, Kansas City MO
Tuesday, July 31 Gothic Theatre, Englewood CO
Wednesday, August 1 Urban Lounge, Salt Lake City UT
Friday, August 3 Rickshaw Theatre, Vancouver BC
Saturday, August 4 Neptune Theatre, Seattle WA
Sunday, August 5 Star Theater, Portland OR
Friday, October 5 Greek Theater, Los Angeles CA *
Wednesday, October 17th Albert Hall, Manchester UK
Thursday, October 18th SWG3, Glasgow UK
Friday, October 19th Vicar St., Dublin IE
Sunday, October 21st SXW, Bristol UK
Monday, October 22nd The Asylum, Birmingham UK
Wednesday, October 24th Hackney Arts Center, London UK
Thursday, October 25th Concorde 2, Brighton UK
Monday, October 29th Lido, Berlin DE
Tuesday, October 30th Stadtgarten, Cologne DE
Wednesday October 31st Melkweg, Amsterdam NL

* w/ Courtney Barnett, Waxahatchee

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OUT TODAY: Perfume Genius “Reshaped”

Perfume Genius’s Reshaped, an EP of No Shape remixes, is out today. The six new tracks feature takes from King Princess, Blake Mills, Mura Masa, among others. Stream the full EP here.

Reshaped
1. Braid (mmph remix)
2. Slip Away (Mura Masa remix)
3. Just Like Love (Jam City remix)
4. Die 4 You (Laurel Halo remix)
5. Every Night (Blake Mills remix)
6. Run Me Through (King Princess remix)

Perfume Genius will join Belle & Sebastian in performing at Forest Hills Stadium in Queens NY tonight. See his full itinerary, including dates with Florence + The Machine Below.

Perfume Genius live :
Friday, June 8 Forest Hills Stadium Forest Hills, NY  w/ Belle & Sebastian
Wednesday, June 13 Mad Cool Festival Madrid, Spain
Thursday, June 14 Nos Alive Festival Lisbon, Portugal
Wednesday, August 8 Santa Barbara Bowl Santa Barbara CA w/ Bon Iver
Friday, August 10 Outside Lands Festival San Francisco CA
Friday, October 19 United Center Chicago IL (with Florence & The Machine)
Saturday, October 20 Target Center Minneapolis MN (with Florence & The Machine)

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Snail Mail – Postcard Contest, New Fall ’18 Dates

Snail Mail’s debut LP Lush is out in the world this Friday, and the band begins touring today with two dates supporting Belle & Sebastian before playing a sold-out release show at Music Hall of Williamsburg on Thursday.

Beginning this week, Snail Mail will be carrying postcards on the road, free for you to grab at your local show. Fill it out with your own message or drawing, send it to the address listed on the postcard, and if Lindsey chooses your card, you’ll win a box of her favorite records from the Matador warehouse. If you won’t be at an upcoming Snail Mail show (I don’t know what kind of tragedy would cause this to happen) but would still like to participate in the contest, the postcards will be included in Lush pre-orders and available at local indie retail stores. Lindsey will pick the winner on July 4th.

Pre-order Lush here.

Adding to an already extensive itinerary, Snail Mail has announced support of Alvvays at upcoming doubleheaders at Brooklyn’s Warsaw and Toronto’s Danforth Music Hall this Autumn.

Newly Announced Dates, on sale Friday 10am EST
September 27, Warsaw, Brooklyn NY
September 28, Warsaw, Brooklyn NY
December 7, Danforth Music Hall, Toronto ON
December 8, Danforth Music Hall, Toronto ON

Previously Announced Dates, on sale now
Tuesday, June 5 State Theater, Portland ME
Wednesday, June 6 College Street Music Hall, New Haven CT
Thursday, June 7 Music Hall of Williamsburg, Brooklyn NY *SOLD OUT*
Saturday, June 9 Asbury Park Brewing, Asbury Park NJ *SOLD OUT*
Tuesday, June 12 Black Cat, Washington D.C.
Wednesday, June 13 Cattivo, Pittsburgh PA
Thursday, June 14 Velvet Underground, Toronto ON
Friday, June 15 Deluxx Fluxx, Detroit MI
Saturday, June 16 Subterranean, Chicago IL *SOLD OUT*
Sunday, June 17 7th St. Entry, Minneapolis MN
Monday, June 18 Vaudeville Mews, Des Moines IA
Wednesday, June 20 Larimer Lounge, Denver CO
Friday, June 22 Funky Taco, Boise ID
Saturday, June 23 The Crocodile, Seattle WA
Sunday, June 24 Biltmore Cabaret, Vancouver BC
Monday, June 25 Holocene, Portland OR
Wednesday, June 27 Starline Social Club, Oakland CA
Thursday, June 28 Swedish American Hall, San Francisco CA
Friday, June 29 The Cellar Door, Visalia CA
Saturday, June 30 Bootleg Theater, Los Angeles CA
Sunday, July 1 Bootleg Theater, Los Angeles CA
Tuesday, July 3 Pub Rock Live, Scottsdale AZ
Friday, July 6 Three Links, Dallas TX
Saturday, July 7 George’s Majestic Lounge, Fayetteville AR
Monday, July 9 Drunken Unicorn, Atlanta GA
Tuesday, July 10 The Pinhook, Durham NC
Wednesday, July 11 Strange Matter, Richmond VA
Thursday, July 12 Parkway Theatre, Baltimore MD
Saturday, July 14 Union Transfer, Philadelphia PA
Sunday, July 15 The Sinclair, Cambridge MA
Monday, July 16 L’Escogriffe Bar Spectacle, Montreal QC
Tuesday, July 17 ArtsRiot, Burlington VT
Tuesday, July 24 Ace of Cups, Columbus OH
Wednesday, July 25 Zanzabar, Louisville KY
Thursday, July 26 The Bishop, Bloomington IN
Friday, July 27 The Pyramid Scheme, Grand Rapids MI
Sunday, July 29 Beachland Tavern, Cleveland OH
Friday, August 17 Green Man Festival, Cardiff UK
Monday, August 20 Antwerp OLT, Antwerp BE
Wednesday, August 22 Conges Annules, Luxembourg
Thursday, August 23 Bad Bonn, Dudingen CH
Tuesday, August 28 Perfect Sounds Forever, Bergen NO
Friday, August 31 Misty Fields Festival, Heusden NL
Sunday, September 2 End of the Road Festival, Salisbury UK
Sunday, October 21st Hare & Hounds, Birmingham UK
Monday, October 22nd Brudenell Social Club, Leeds UK
Tuesday, October 23rd The Hug & Pint, Glasgow UK
Wednesday, October 24th Now Wave, Manchester UK
Thursday, October 25th The Dome at Tufnell Park, London UK
Monday, October 29th Bodega, Nottingham UK
Tuesday, October 30th Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar, Brighton UK
Wednesday, October 31st Thekla, Bristol UK
Monday, November 5th Blue Shell, Cologne DE
Tuesday, November 6th Molotow’s Sky Bar, Hamburg DE
Wednesday, November 7th Badehaus Szimpla, Berlin DE
Thursday, November 8th-10th Iceland Airwaves, Reykjavik IS

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Perfume Genius – Mura Masa “Slip Away” Remix

Following Perfume Genius’s announcement of Reshaped, an EP of six No Shape remixes, and the premiere of King Princess’s remix to “Run Me Through,” Mura Masa released a remix to “Slip Away” today. Stream the track here.

Reshaped is out next Friday, June 8th, pre-save the EP here.

Perfume Genius also recently extended his Summer and Fall routing to include new dates with Florence + The Machine. Tickets are on sale for those performances tomorrow, the remaining dates listed below are on sale now.

Perfume Genius live :
Friday, June 8 Forest Hills Stadium Forest Hills, NY  w/ Belle & Sebastian
Wednesday, June 13 Mad Cool Festival Madrid, Spain
Thursday, June 14 Nos Alive Festival Lisbon, Portugal
Wednesday, August 8 Santa Barbara Bowl Santa Barbara CA w/ Bon Iver
Friday, August 10 Outside Lands Festival San Francisco CA
Friday, October 19 United Center Chicago IL (with Florence & The Machine)
Saturday, October 20 Target Center Minneapolis MN (with Florence & The Machine)

Reshaped
1. Braid (mmph remix)
2. Slip Away (Mura Masa remix)
3. Just Like Love (Jam City remix)
4. Die 4 You (Laurel Halo remix)
5. Every Night (Blake Mills remix)
6. Run Me Through (King Princess remix)

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Algiers Spring / Summer 2018 North American Tour


(Photo Credit: Joe Dilworth)

Continuing to tour across the globe following the strength of their 2017 sophomore LP The Underside of Power, Algiers has announced Spring and Summer 2018 dates across the United States. The 21 date tour includes headlining spots, support of Curtis Harding and Priests respectively, and a slot at Sasquatch Festival next weekend.

Algiers on Tour
Tuesday, May 22 The Aquarium, Fargo ND
Thursday, May 24 Ten Spoon Winery, Missoula MT
Saturday, May 26 Sasquatch Festival, George WA
Sunday, May 27 Doug Fir Lounge, Portland OR *
Tuesday, May 29 The New Parish, Oakland CA *
Wednesday, May 30 Catalyst Atrium, Santa Cruz CA *
Friday, June 1 El Rey, Los Angeles CA *
Saturday, June 2 The Casbah, San Diego CA *
Monday, June 4 Cans, Tucson AZ
Saturday, June 9 Ribfest, Chicago IL
Friday, June 15 The Pilot Light, Knoxville TN
Sunday, June 17 The Southern, Charlottesville VA
Thursday, June 21 Happy Dog, Cleveland OH
Friday, June 22 Blockhouse Bar, Bloomington IN
Saturday, June 23 Sinkhole, St. Louis MO
Sunday, June 24 Pyramid Scheme, Grand Rapids MI ^
Tuesday, June 26 High Watt, Nashville TN
Wednesday, June 27 Neighborhood Theater, Charlotte NC
Thursday, June 28 The Black Cat, Washington DC
Friday, June 29 Sound Hole, Philadelphia PA
Saturday, June 30 Friendly Gathering, Waitsfield VT
Sunday, July 1 Elsewhere (Zone One), Brooklyn NY

* w/ Curtis Harding
^ w/ Priests

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Listen: Snail Mail, “Let’s Find An Out,” Signed “Lush” Test Pressing Giveaway


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Snail Mail’s debut album Lush is here in only a few weeks, and following the two singles “Pristine” and “Heat Wave” Lindsey Jordan has released a third track from the LP, “Let’s Find An Out.”

Stream “Let’s Find An Out” here.

Lindsey Jordan is also signing and giving away two Lush test pressings, one American and one European version, to two lucky customers who pre-order the record. You’ll be automatically entered to win by purchasing here in the U.S. or here if you’re in The U.K. / EU.

See Snail Mail’s tour schedule throughout the the summer below, including  newly announced dates in Europe, and at The Dome at Tufnell Park in London on Thursday, October 25th.

Snail Mail on Tour
Saturday, May 19th Gold Sounds 2018, Leeds UK
Sunday, May 20th Gullivers, Manchester UK
Monday, May 21st Louisiana, Bristol UK
Wednesday, May 23rd Witloof Bar, Brussels BE
Thursday, May 24th  Vera Groningen NL
Saturday, May 26th London Calling, Amsterdam NL
Tuesday, June 5 State Theater, Portland ME *
Wednesday, June 6 College Street Music Hall, New Haven CT *
Thursday, June 7 Music Hall of Williamsburg, Brooklyn NY
Saturday, June 9 Asbury Park Brewing, Asbury Park NJ
Tuesday, June 12 Black Cat, Washington D.C.
Wednesday, June 13 Cattivo, Pittsburgh PA
Thursday, June 14 Velvet Underground, Toronto ON
Friday, June 15 Deluxx Fluxx, Detroit MI
Saturday, June 16 Subterranean, Chicago IL
Sunday, June 17 7th St. Entry, Minneapolis MN
Monday, June 18 Vaudeville Mews, Des Moines IA
Wednesday, June 20 Larimer Lounge, Denver CO
Friday, June 22 Funky Taco, Boise ID
Saturday, June 23 The Crocodile, Seattle WA
Sunday, June 24 Biltmore Cabaret, Vancouver BC
Monday, June 25 Holocene, Portland OR
Wednesday, June 27 Starline Social Club, Oakland CA
Thursday, June 28 Swedish American Hall, San Francisco CA
Friday, June 29 The Cellar Door, Visalia CA
Saturday, June 30 Bootleg Theater, Los Angeles CA
Sunday, July 1 Bootleg Theater, Los Angeles CA
Tuesday, July 3 Pub Rock Live, Scottsdale AZ
Friday, July 6 Three Links, Dallas TX
Saturday, July 7 George’s Majestic Lounge, Fayetteville AR
Monday, July 9 Drunken Unicorn, Atlanta GA
Tuesday, July 10 The Pinhook, Durham NC
Wednesday, July 11 Strange Matter, Richmond VA
Thursday, July 12 Parkway Theatre, Baltimore MD
Saturday, July 14 Union Transfer, Philadelphia PA
Sunday, July 15 The Sinclair, Cambridge MA
Monday, July 16 L’Escogriffe Bar Spectacle, Montreal QC
Tuesday, July 17 ArtsRiot, Burlington VT
Tuesday, July 24 Ace of Cups, Columbus OH
Wednesday, July 25 Zanzabar, Louisville KY
Thursday, July 26 The Bishop, Bloomington IN
Friday, July 27 The Pyramid Scheme, Grand Rapids MI
Sunday, July 29 Beachland Tavern, Cleveland OH
Friday, August 17 Green Man Festival, Cardiff UK
Monday, August 20 Antwerp OLT, Antwerp BE
Wednesday, August 22 Conges Annules, Luxembourg
Thursday, August 23 Bad Bonn, Dudingen CH
Tuesday, August 28 Perfect Sounds Forever, Bergen NO
Friday, August 31 Misty Fields Festival, Heusden NL
Sunday, September 2 End of the Road Festival, Salisbury UK
Thursday, October 25 The Dome at Tufnell Park, London UK

* w/ Belle & Sebastian

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OUT TODAY: Liz Phair – “Girly Sound to Guyville: The 25th Anniversary Box Set”

Liz Phair’s comprehensive early-career retrospective, Girly Sound to Guyville: The 25th Anniversary Box Set is out today. The 56 tracks include  Phair’s three Girly-Sound tapes, as well as her seminal 1993 debut LP Exile in Guyville, remastered by Emily Lazar at The Lodge.

The LP box set is now sold out on the Matador web-store, but copies are still available via indie record stores and third-party online retailers.

STREAM GIRLY SOUND TO GUYVILLE HERE

The team at our subterranean web development bunker has manufactured the “Guided Listening to Guyville” playlist to help digest all of Phair’s newly available material. The site that features lyrics, facts and live videos for each song in the expansive release. Check it out here.

Also premiering today: a newly remastered version of the video to “Never Said,” from Exile in Guyville. This video follows the recently reissued “Stratford-On-Guy,” also restored from its original masters.

Liz Phair at The Empty Bottle in Chicago IL. (photo by Marty Perez)

Upcoming Tour Dates
Thursday, May 31 Masonic Lodge, Los Angeles CA [SOLD OUT]
Friday, June 1 Swedish American Hall, San Francisco CA [SOLD OUT]
Saturday, June 2 The Crocodile, Seattle WA [SOLD OUT]
Monday, June 4 Turf Club, St. Paul MN * [SOLD OUT]
Wednesday, June 6 The Sinclair, Boston MA * [SOLD OUT]
Thursday, June 7 National Sawdust, Brooklyn NY * [SOLD OUT]
Friday, June 8 Wichita Riverfest, Wichita, KS
Saturday, June 9 Empty Bottle, Chicago IL * [SOLD OUT]

* support from Soccer Mommy

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Snail Mail – “Heat Wave” Music Video

Following last month’s single “Pristine,” Snail Mail  released “Heat Wave” today ahead of her debut LP Lush. The video, directed by Brandon Herman, features Lindsey Jordan showing off her high school varsity hockey chops and not-to-be-overlooked air hockey skills to boot.

Lush is out on June 8th, pre-order the record here, and bundle it with a new Snail Mail t-shirt here.

Upcoming Snail Mail Dates
Friday, April 27 Sticky’z Rock’n’Roll Chicken Shack, Little Rock AR #
Saturday, April 28 Exit / In, Nashville TN #
Tuesday, May 15th – Oslo – London, UK SOLD OUT
Saturday, May 19th – Gold Sounds 2018 – Leeds, UK
Sunday, May 20th – Gullivers – Manchester, UK
Monday, May 21st – Louisiana – Bristol, UK
Wednesday, May 23rd – Witloof Bar – Brussels, BE
Thursday, May 24th – Vera – Groningen, NL
Saturday, May 26th – London Calling – Amsterdam, NL
Tuesday, June 5 State Theater, Portland ME *
Wednesday, June 6 College Street Music Hall, New Haven CT *
Thursday, June 7 Music Hall of Williamsburg, Brooklyn NY
Saturday, June 9 Asbury Park Brewing, Asbury Park NJ
Tuesday, June 12 Black Cat, Washington D.C.
Wednesday, June 13 Cattivo, Pittsburgh PA
Thursday, June 14 Velvet Underground, Toronto ON
Friday, June 15 Deluxx Fluxx, Detroit MI
Saturday, June 16 Subterranean, Chicago IL
Sunday, June 17 7th St. Entry, Minneapolis MN
Monday, June 18 Vaudeville Mews, Des Moines IA
Wednesday, June 20 Larimer Lounge, Denver CO
Friday, June 22 Funky Taco, Boise ID
Saturday, June 23 The Crocodile, Seattle WA
Sunday, June 24 Biltmore Cabaret, Vancouver BC
Monday, June 25 Holocene, Portland OR
Wednesday, June 27 Starline Social Club, Oakland CA
Thursday, June 28 Swedish American Hall, San Francisco CA
Friday, June 29 The Cellar Door, Visalia CA
Saturday, June 30 Bootleg Theater, Los Angeles CA
Tuesday, July 3 Pub Rock Live, Scottsdale AZ
Friday, July 6 Three Links, Dallas TX
Saturday, July 7 George’s Majestic Lounge, Fayetteville AR
Monday, July 9 Drunken Unicorn, Atlanta GA
Tuesday, July 10 The Pinhook, Durham NC
Wednesday, July 11 Strange Matter, Richmond VA
Thursday, July 12 Parkway Theatre, Baltimore MD
Saturday, July 14 Union Transfer, Philadelphia PA
Sunday, July 15 The Sinclair, Cambridge MA
Monday, July 16 L’Escogriffe Bar Spectacle, Montreal QC
Tuesday, July 17 ArtsRiot, Burlington VT
Tuesday, July 24 Ace of Cups, Columbus OH
Wednesday, July 25 Zanzabar, Louisville KY
Thursday, July 26 The Bishop, Bloomington IN
Friday, July 27 The Pyramid Scheme, Grand Rapids MI
Sunday, July 29 Beachland Tavern, Cleveland OH

# w/ Japanese Breakfast
* w/ Belle & Sebastian

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Car Seat Headrest – Fall 2018 North American Tour + Live at KEXP This Afternoon


photo by Mikeal Beland

On the heels of releasing Twin Fantasy (Mirror to Mirror) for the first time on vinyl this Record Store Day, Car Seat Headrest have extended their North American tour through September, adding to previously announced headlining dates and festivals in The U.S. and Europe. Tickets for newly announced shows are on sale this Friday at 10am Eastern.

Tune in to KEXP today at 3pm EST / Noon PST to hear Car Seat Headrest perform with their extended live lineup: Listen Here.

Car Seat Headrest On Tour, New Dates in Bold
Tuesday, May 8, Market Hotel, Brooklyn NY SOLD OUT
Wednesday, May 16 Olympia Theatre Dublin, Ireland
Friday, May 18 O2 ABC Glasgow, UK
Saturday, May 19 Invisible Wind Factory Liverpool, UK
Monday, May 21 Junction 2 Cambridge UK
Tuesday, May 22 SWX Bristol, UK
Wednesday, May 23 Roundhouse London, UK
Friday, May 25 Ancienne Belgique Brussels, Belgium
Saturday, May 26 Le Trabendo Paris, France
Monday, May 28 Paradiso Amsterdam, Netherlands
Tuesday, May 29 Kantine Cologne, Germany
Wednesday, May 30 Uebel & Gefahrlich Hamburg, Germany
Thursday, May 31 Festsaal Kreuzberg Berlin, Germany
Saturday, June 2, Primavera Sound Barcelona, Spain
Saturday, July 7 80/35 Festival Des Moines, IA
Monday, July 9 Festival d’Ete International De Quebec Quebec City, QC Friday, July 13 The Commodore Ballroom Vancouver, BC
Saturday, July 14 Timber Outdoor Music Festival, Carnation WA
Sunday, July 15 Crystal Ballroom Portland, OR
Tuesday, July 17 The Fillmore San Francisco, CA SOLD OUT
Wednesday, July 18 The Fillmore San Francisco, CA
Saturday, July 21 FYF Fest Los Angeles CA
Sunday, July 22 Bunkhouse Saloon Las Vegas, CA SOLD OUT
Monday, July 23 191 Toole Tuscon, AZ
Tuesday, July 24 The Van Buren Phoenix, AZ
Friday, July 27 Fox Theatre Boulder, CO
Saturday, July 28 Gothic Theatre Englewood, CO
Monday, July 30 Urban Lounge Salt Lake City, UT
Wednesday, September 5 First Avenue Minneapolis MN
Thursday, September 6 Majestic Theatre Madison WI
Friday, September 7 Vic Theatre Chicago IL
Saturday, September 8 Majestic Theatre Detroit MI
Sunday, September 9 Newport Music Hall Columbus OH
Tuesday, September 11 The Danforth Music Hall Toronto ON
Wednesday, September 12 Corona Theatre Montreal, QC
Thursday, September 13 Royale Boston, MA
Friday, September 14 Brooklyn Steel Brooklyn, NY
Saturday, September 15 Brooklyn Steel Brooklyn, NY
Tuesday, September 18 Union Transfer Philadelphia, PA
Wednesday, September 19 9:30 Club Washington, D.C.
Friday, September 21 Cat’s Cradle Carrboro, NC
Saturday, September 22 Orange Peel Asheville NC
Monday, September 24 Variety Playhouse Atlanta GA
Thursday, September 27 Delmar Hall St. Louis, MO
Friday, September 28 Crossroads Kansas City, MO
Saturday, November 10 Rolling Stone Weekender Weissenhauser Strand, DE
Saturday, November 17 Rolling Stone Park Rust, DE

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VIDEO: Belle and Sebastian – “Poor Boy” + “The Belle and Sebastian Mixtape Maker”

Belle and Sebastian have released a video for “Poor Boy,” a track from EP3 of How To Solve Our Human Problems. The video, which features Stuart and company on a normal evening off, is directed by Oscar Sansom & Ciaran Lyons of The Forest of Black.

In conjunction with the release of the new video, the group has also announced “The Belle and Sebastian Mixtape Maker,” which allows you to create a sharable Spotify playlist and customized image that replicates the How To Solve Our Human Problems cover.

Belle and Sebastian are currently on tour with Julien Baker in the United Kingdom. They’ll be touring North America this June, with support from Snail Mail, Perfume Genius and others.

Upcoming Tour Dates
Thu – 22-Mar – UK, Gateshead Sage *
Fri – 23-Mar – Scotland, Perth, Concert Hall *
Sat – 24-Mar – Scotland, Edinburgh, Usher Hall *
Mon – 26-Mar – Ireland, Dublin, Vicar St *
Tue – 27-Mar – Ireland, Dublin, Vicar St *
Wed-02-May – Australia, Perth – Astor Theatre
Fri-04-May – Australia, St Kilda – Palais Theatre
Sat-05-May – Australia, Sydney – Sydney Opera House
Mon-07-May – Australia, Brisbane Qld – Tivoli
Fri-25-May – UK, Glasgow – Galvanizers Yard
Tue-Jun-05 – Portland, ME – State Theatre**
Wed-Jun-06 – New Haven, CT – College Street Music Hall**
Fri-Jun-08 – Queens, NY – Forest Hills Stadium***
Sat-Jun-09 – Washington, DC – The Anthem^
Sun-Jun-10 – Atlanta, GA – Tabernacle^+
Mon-Jun-11 – New Orleans, LA – Civic Theatre^
Sat-Jun-16 – Austin, TX – ACL Live at the Moody Theater^
Sun-Jun-17 – Dallas, TX – The Bomb Factory^
Tue-Jun-19 – Denver, CO – Ogden Theater+
Wed-Jun-20 – Sundance, UT – Sundance Amphitheater+
Fri-Jun-22 – San Diego, CA – The Observatory North Park+
Mon-Jun-25 – Oakland, CA – Fox Theater+
Thu-Jun-28 – Vancouver, BC – Vogue Theatre+
Fri-Jun-29 – Vancouver, BC – Vogue Theatre+
Sat-Jun-30 – Portland, OR – Oregon Zoo Amphitheatre+

(* – with Julien Baker)
(** – with Snail Mail)
(*** – with Perfume Genius and Frankie Cosmos)
(^ – with Men I Trust)
(+ with Japanese Breakfast)

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Kurt Vile & The Violators – Summer 2018 Tour Dates

(Kurt Vile at SXSW last week, photo by Rennie Jaffe)

After performing across Austin TX last week, at Willie Nelson’s ranch in Spicewood, and at a few SXSW showcases, Kurt Vile has announced his first American shows with the Violators in over a year. The full Violators line-up, which includes Vile, Rob Laakso, Kyle Spence and Jesse Trbovich, will hit the road in June and July. Tickets are on sale this Friday March 23rd at 10am ET.

In case you missed it, watch the new documentary “Friends of Wonder,” which features Kurt Vile & Courtney Barnett at The Landmark Lowe’s Jersey City Theater during their Fall ’17 Lotta Sea Lice tour.

Kurt Vile & The Violators Spring and Summer 2018, new dates in bold
Wednesday, June 13 Metropolitan Theatre, Morgantown WV +
Thursday, June 14 Tellus 36, Lancaster PA +
Friday, June 15 College Street Music Hall, New Haven CT +
Saturday, June 16 White Eagle Hall, Jersey City NJ +
Sunday, June 17 Mountain Jam Festival, Hunter NY
Tuesday, July 10 Jefferson Theatre, Charlottesville VA =
Wednesday, July 11 Cat’s Cradle, Carrsboro NC =
Thursday, July 12 Orange Peel, Asheville NC =
Friday, July 13 Forecastle Festival, Louisville KY
Saturday, July 14 Signal, Chattanooga TN =
Sunday, July 15 Mill & Mine, Knoxville TN =
Tuesday, July 17 The Underground, Charlotte NC =

* w/ John Prine
+ w/ Connections
= w/ Dylan Carlson

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VIDEO: King Krule – Live On The Moon

Following King Krule’s recent U.S. tour announcement surrounding both weekends of Coachella, Molten Jets has released “King Krule: Live On The Moon,” an exclusive session featuring King Krule’s full group performing eight tracks from The OOZ. Watch the video at the newly launched website where you can also find a mysterious link to some 12″ Moon Rocks, see upcoming dates, and purchase an exclusive webstore-only baseball cap designed by Archy’s brother Jack Marshall.

King Krule Spring 2018 Tour
Saturday, April 7 Ceremonia, Toluca Mexico
Monday, April 9 White Oak Music Hall, Houston TX
Tuesday, April 10 Emo’s Austin TX
Wednesday, April 11 Granada Theater, Dallas TX
Friday, April 13 Marquee Theater, Phoenix AZ
Sunday, April 15 Coachella Week 1, Indio CA
Monday, April 16 Fox Theater, Oakland CA
Friday, April 20 The Observatory Park North, San Diego CA
Sunday, April 22 Coachella Week 2, Indio CA
Wednesday, April 25 Ogden Theater, Denver CO
Friday, April 27 Riviera Theater, Chicago IL
Saturday, April 28 St. Andrew’s Hall, Detroit MI
Sunday, April 29 Rebel, Toronto ON
Wednesday, May 2 The Fillmore, Philadelphia PA
Friday, May 4 Hammerstein Ballroom, New York NY

Stream/Order ‘The OOZ’

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WATCH: Courtney Barnett + Kurt Vile “Friends of Wonder”

Late last year, during their North American tour with The Sea Lice, Courtney Barnett and Kurt Vile performed at Jersey City’s beautiful, newly-restored Loew’s Theater. During the sold out show, WeTransfer shot footage of the group, the theater and the staff responsible for maintaining the landmark venue. Check out the full site including the documentary, an essay, and photos here, or stream the feature below.