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Interpol – New Fall North American Dates

By Gerard on Monday, July 14th, 2014

(photo by Eliot Lee Hazel)

After a number of recent overseas shows including the Glastonbury Festival and ATP Iceland, Interpol have confirmed the following US and Canadian dates in support of the 9/9 release of ‘El Pintor’, kicking off Monday, September 15 in Vancouver. Presale tickets go on sale tomorrow at 10am local time in each city (save for Montreal, which will be announced soon) at this site ; remaining tickets are on sale Friday, July 18l.

Mon- 09/15/14 – Vancouver BC – Commodore Ballroom
Tue- 09/16/14 – Seattle WA – Paramount
Wed- 09/17/14 – Portland OR – Crystal Ballroom
Sat- 09/20/14 – Oakland, CA – Fox Theatre
Wed- 09/24/14 – San Diego CA – House of Blues
Fri- 09/26/14 – Salt Lake City UT – The Depot
Sat- 09/27/14 – Denver CO – Ogden
Mon- 09/29/14 – Lawrence KS – Granada
Tue- 09/30/14 – Tulsa OK – Cains
Thur- 10/02/14 – Dallas TX – Southside
Fri- 10/03/14 – Houston TX – House of Blues
Sat- 10/03-Sun 10/5 – Austin TX – Austin City Limits Festival, Zilker Park (date and time announced this week)
Tue- 10/07/14 – New Orleans, LA – House of Blues
Thur- 10/09/14 – Memphis, TN – Minglewood Hall
Fri – 10/10/14 – Sun – 10/12/14 – Austin TX Austin CIty Limits Festival, Zilker Park (day and set time tba this week)
Thur- 11/06/14 – St. Petersburg, FL – Jannus Landing
Fri- 11/07/14 – Orlando, FL – House of Blues
Sat- 11/08/14 – Miami, FL – Fillmore
Mon- 11/10/14 – Atlanta, GA – The Tabernacle
Tue- 11/11/14 – Nashville, TN – Marathon Music Works
Fri- 11/14/14 –Minneapolis, MN – First Avenue
Mon- 11/17/14 – Columbus, OH – Newport Music Hall
Tue- 11/18/14 – Toronto, ON – Kool Haus
Thur- 11/20/14 – Montreal, QC – Metropolis
Fri- 11/21/14 – Boston, MA – House of Blues
Sat- 11/22/14 – Philadelphia PA – Union Transfer
Mon- 11/24/14 – New York, NY – Terminal 5
Sat- 11/29/14 – Washington, DC – 9:30 Club

Fri- 07/25/14 – Wooyung Australia – Splendour In The Grass*
Fri- 08/01/14 – Chicago IL – Lollapalooza, Grant Park*
Wed- 08/20/14 – Tempe AZ – The Marquee Theatre*
Thur- 08/21/14 – Las Vegas NV – The Pool- Cosmopolitan*
Sat- 08/23/14 – Los Angeles CA – FYF Fest*

* – previously announced

VIDEO : “All The Rage Back Home”

Preorder from The Matador Store for an exclusive white vinyl version of the LP with alternate art, accompanied by a limited-edition 12”x12” silkscreen print on very fine cardstock (while supplies last)

(Note: exclusive white vinyl LP with alternate art will also be available at your local independent record store)

Preorder on iTunes and receive an exclusive bonus track on release date plus an early download of “All The Rage Back Home” right now.

Preorder ‘El Pintor’ from the Interpol store

Interpol On The Web:
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VIDEO : Interpol – “All The Rage Back Home”

By Gerard on Wednesday, July 9th, 2014

Having premiered just a few minutes ago on Radio One’s Zane Lowe program, Triple J and a number of major US radio outlets, here’s the first video from Interpol’s forthcoming ‘El Pintor’, “All The Rage Back Home”, directed by Paul Banks and Sophia Peer.

upcoming US dates :

08/01 – Lollapalooza, Chicago IL (sold out)
08/20 – Marquee Theatre, Tempe AZ
08/21 – The Pool at The Cosmopolitan, Las Vegas NV
8/23 – FYF Fest, Los Angeles CA
10/3 – Austin City Limits Festival, Austin TX (sold out)
10/10 – Austin City Limits Festival, Austin TX

Preorder from The Matador Store for an exclusive white vinyl version of the LP with alternate art, accompanied by a limited-edition 12”x12” silkscreen print on very fine cardstock (while supplies last)

(Note: exclusive white vinyl LP with alternate art will also be available at your local independent record store)

Preorder on iTunes and receive an exclusive bonus track on release date plus an early download of “All The Rage Back Home” (later today).

Preorder ‘El Pintor’ from the Interpol store

‘El Pintor’ is in stores September 9.

Interpol On The Web:
Official Site
Facebook
Twitter
Interpol YouTube Channel

GOVERNORS BALL AND MORE THIS WEEKEND IN NYC: INTERPOL, FUCKED UP, KURT VILE, MAJICAL CLOUDZ AND TANLINES

By Rian on Thursday, June 5th, 2014

Lots going on this weekend and it all kicks off TONIGHT with Kurt Vile and The Violators warming up Governors Ball with the Official Kickoff Party at Brooklyn Bowl. Advance tickets are sold out but there are a limited number of tickets being held at the door starting at… 6pm. That’s in a little more than an hour, get movin’.

Below is a schedule for the rest of the weekend. See you out there.

FRIDAY June 6th

Governors Ball: Kurt Vile and The Violators on Big Apple Stage at 2:15pm

Record Release Show for ‘Glass Boys’ : Fucked Up at Bowery Ballroom at 9:00pm SOLD OUT

Pitchfork Nightcap & Governors Ball Presents: Majical Cloudz - The Studio at Webster Hall starting at 10:00pm. Tickets here.

SATURDAY June 7th

Governors Ball: Tanlines (True Panther) on Big Apple Stage at 2:15pm

SUNDAY June 8th

Governors Ball: Interpol on Big Apple Stage at 8:00pm (have you heard the news about ‘El Pintor’ yet?)

 

Coming September 9 : Interpol – El Pintor

By Gerard on Thursday, June 5th, 2014

(photo by Eliot Lee Hazel)

On September 9, we’ll be releasing INTERPOL‘s first new album in 4 years, ‘El Pintor’ on LP, compact disc and all digital formats in North, Central and South America (Soft Limit will be handling the rest of the world). Recorded at Electric Lady Studios and Atomic Sound in New York City with engineer James Brown, the band’s fifth album – taut and epic in equal measure – finds Interpol recharged, and ready to reclaim their mantle as one of the planet’s best. ‘El Pintor’’s songs (track listing below) were written and produced by Interpol, with Daniel Kessler playing guitar & piano, Samuel Fogarino on drums, and Paul Banks on vocals, guitars, and taking over bass duties for the first time. The album also features contributions from The Secret Machines’ Brandon Curtis (keyboards), Roger Joseph Manning, Jr. (Beck, Air) playing keyboards on “Tidal Wave,” and Rob Moose (Bon Iver) playing violin and viola on “Twice as Hard.” ‘El Pintor’ was mixed by Alan Moulder at Assault and Battery Studios, and mastered by Greg Calbi.

(making of ‘El Pintor’ clip directed by Adam Levite)

‘El Pintor’ track listing :

1. All the Rage Back Home
2. My Desire
3. Anywhere
4. Same Town, New Story
5. My Blue Supreme
6. Everything is Wrong
7. Breaker 1
8. Ancient Ways
9. Tidal Wave
10. Twice as Hard

Interpol will be touring all summer, with festival performances including Governors Ball (this weekend), Lollapalooza, FYF Fest, Austin City Limits Festival, Glastonbury, and Roskilde already confirmed. They’ll be back on the road this fall with more dates to be announced soon.

Preorder from The Matador Store for an exclusive white vinyl version of the LP with alternate art, accompanied by a limited-edition 12”x12” silkscreen print on very fine cardstock (while supplies last)

(Note: exclusive white vinyl LP with alternate art will also be available at your local independent record store)

Preorder on iTunes and receive an exclusive bonus track on release date plus an early download of “All The Rage Back Home” in mid-July.

Preorder ‘El Pintor’ from the Interpol store

Interpol On The Web:
Official Site
Facebook
Twitter
Interpol YouTube Channel

Interpol – Facebook/Spotify playlist competition winner announced

By Gabe on Thursday, December 13th, 2012

We’ve selected the winning entrant in the recent Interpol Turn On The Bright Lights: The Tenth Anniversary Edition Facebook/Spotify “Where Were You In 2002″ playlist competition. Matthew Phillip Ordes took the prize for, among other things, his essential inclusion of Hot Snakes’ “Suicide Invoice” and his brazen selection of Spoon’s “Metal Detektor” from A Series Of Sneaks (an album that which came out in 1998 but, in fairness to Matthew, was reissued by Merge in ’02 – great fucking song in any year).

Matthew, look out for your sure-to-be-weird-in-all-the-right-ways video montage of Interpol drummer Sam Fogarino rocking your playlist, as well as an autographed copy of the new reissue. Everyone, here’s your winner:

Interpol – Turn On The Bright Lights: The Tenth Anniversary Edition now available physically

By Gabe on Tuesday, December 11th, 2012

Following a week’s manufacturing delay, the immaculate physical editions of Interpol’s Turn On The Bright Lights: The Tenth Anniversary Edition (hardbound book containing double vinyl + DVD, hardbound book containing double CD + DVD) are now available to own.







Interpol’s ‘Turn On The Bright Lights : The 10th Anniversary Edition’ Out Today (Digital Version)

By Gerard on Tuesday, December 4th, 2012
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(above : Daniel Kessler Recalls Interpol’s Infancy At The Site of The Former Baby Jupiter)

Persons attempting research on the late LES venue Baby Jupiter might run across a number of Health Dept. sanctions for the since shuttered Cafe Charbon-Epicerie, so we’re fortunate that Interpol’s Daniel Kessler can recall more historic times on the block. The above clip happens to coincide with today’s digital release of the expanded/remastered reissue of Interpol’s landmark 2002 debut album, ‘Turn On The Bright Lights’, hailed earlier this morning by Pitchfork’s Matt LeMay as an album that captured NYC as “a crushingly real place, rendered in such vivid emotional detail that it rings true even to those who have never set foot in the city.” Just try to make a record like that today without mentioning Duane Reade once.

The physical versions of the TOTBL 10th Anniversary Edition (hardbound book containing double vinyl + DVD, hardbound book containing double CD + DVD) will be in stores Tuesday, December 11, however, we’ve already begun shipping to mail order customers who’ve preordered..  You can still purchase either edition from The Matador Store.

Interpol – Turn On The Bright Lights – An Oral History

By Patrick on Thursday, November 29th, 2012

Pitchfork has posted an incredible oral history with Interpol about Turn On The Bright Lights. It features Paul Banks, Carlos Dengler, Sam Fogarino, Daniel Kessler, and Matador co-founder Chris Lombardi talking in detail about the formation of the band, the New York music scene from 1998 to 2002 and the making of the album.

Read it here:

The Tenth Anniversary edition is arriving in the hands of mail order customers on December 4, and will be in stores December 11.

Where were you in 2002? An Interpol Spotify Competition

By Naomi on Thursday, November 29th, 2012

Cast your mind back to 2002. Lisa ‘Left Eye’ Lopez had just died, Jimmy Carter won the Nobel Peace Prize and The Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers was the highest grossing movie. Meanwhile, Turn On The Bright Lights topped all the major top album lists (not least Pitchfork) and cemented it’s place as one of the albums of the decade.

To create a real sense of that time and why Turn On The Bright Lights was such an important album we’d like to create a seminal list of the best tracks of 2002.

Make a Spotify playlist of your favourite tracks from 2002 and post it as a comment to this message. The best playlist will be chosen via a heated debate in the Matador offices. The creator of the winning playlist will win a signed copy of the Turn On The Bright Lights: The 10th Anniversary Edition Double LP as well as a video of Sam Fogarino listening to their playlist. Really.

To jog your memory, here’s a little playlist showing what Matador was up to in 2002.

Turn On The Bright Lights Screening Event and Round Table Discussion

By Naomi on Wednesday, November 28th, 2012

To celebrate the release of TURN ON THE BRIGHT LIGHTS: THE 10TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION, the IFC in New York are hostng a very special event on Monday 3rd December, the eve of the record’s digital release*. A screening of rare footage from early Interpol performances and music videos will be followed by a roundtable discussion about TOTBL and it’s position in the musical landscape of the early 2000s, featuring Sam Fogarino and Daniel Kessler from the band, Pitchfork founder Ryan Schreiber, Other Music co-owner Josh Madell and moderated by NYU Professor Amanda Petrusich. This promises to be a special evening and will also be your first chance to get your hands on the record itself in all it’s glory.

Get your tickets here.

*Please note: Unfortunately, due to a manufacturing delay, the CD and vinyl street dates have pushed a week from Dec 3(UK)/4(US) to Dec 10/11. Digital street date remains the same, and there will be advance physical stock at the event!

Turn On The Bright Lights IFC Screening and Round Table Discussion