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Matador Artists Celebrate To Austin’s Traffic Jams, Poor Cell Reception

By Gerard on Tuesday, March 11th, 2014

The following is a (nearly) complete list of what our dear friends EMA, Fucked Up, Perfume Genius, Kurt Vile and The Young are doing in Austin, TX this week (on stage, anyway). Please be advised that events marked “*” are considered official SXSW presentations and will likely require a badge, wristband or cover charge for entry (unless you are so incredibly good looking that such requirements are always waived on your behalf). I wish you a very pleasant week in my town of residence and thank you in advance for not parking in front of my fucking driveway.

EMA

Wednesday March 12 Flamingo Cantina, 5pm (Under The Radar)
Thursday, March 13, Mohawk (inside) 4pm (Stereogum/House Of Vans)
Friday March 14, Central Presbyterian Church, 7:20pm* (Pitchfork)
Saturday March 15 Elysium, 11:30pm * (Switched On/Moog)

Fucked Up

Thursday March 13 – Mohawk, 2:15pm (Stereogum/House Of Vans)
Thursday March 13 – Scoot Inn, 4pm (Converse/Thrasher)
Thursday March 13 – French Legation, 6pm (Pitchfork)
Friday March 14 – Empire Control Room, 5:15pm (Blundertown)

Perfume Genius

Thursday March 13 – St. David’s Historic Society, 7:30pm* (Turnstile Music)

Kurt Vile

Wednesday March 12 – Cheer Up Charlie’s, midnight*
Thursday March 13 – Weather Up (1808 East Cesar Chavez), 2:30pm
Thursday March 13 – Clive Bar, 8pm*
Thursday March 13 – Red 7, 12:50am*

The Young

Saturday, March 15 – Yellow Jacket Social Club, 2:30pm
Saturday March 15 – Museum Of Human Achievement (Third Man Records), 4:15pm

We Love Music Industry Conventions Disguised As Music Festivals (And Vice Versa) : Matador / True Panther Artists At SXSW

By Gerard on Friday, March 8th, 2013

I hope you’ll excuse my weary tone — it’s not that I don’t look forward to South By Southwest or the plethora of free, unaffiliated events (especially those that take place in glorified jello-shot emporiums masquerading as music venues for one week out of the year). It’s just that I’m really pissed off someone told all of the bands below they’re staying at my place.

CHELSEA LIGHT MOVING

Tue      3/12    Austin TX                   Queue Day Party         3 pm Mohawk  (w/ Delorean)
Wed    3/13    Austin TX                    Waterloo Records        12 pm (parking lot performance)
Wed    3/13    Austin TX                    Consequence of Sound  5 pm The Parish
Thu      3/14    Austin TX                    KEXP Session               12:30 pm Mellow Johnny’s
Thu      3/14    Austin TX                    Thrasher/Converse  party     4 pm Scoot Inn
Fri        3/15    Austin TX                    Rolling Stone Party     2 pm La Zona Rosa
Fri        3/15    Austin TX                    Ground Control Touring,  12:15 am Mohawk*  (w/ Trash Talk, Merchandise and more)

DELOREAN

Tue      3/12    Austin TX                    Queue Day Party         4 pm Mohawk
Tue      3/12    Austin TX                    Fader Fort                    8 pm Fader Fort
Thu      3/14    Austin TX                    Pitchfork Day Party    1:40 pm 1100 Warehouse
Thu      3/14    Austin TX                    Filter Party                  11 pm Clive Bar*
Sat       3/16    Austin TX                    True Panther     1 am Mohawk* (with Majical Cloudz, Empress Of, XXYYXX , Silent Diane and more)

MAJICAL CLOUDZ

Thu      3/14    Austin TX                   Spin Party                    4 pm Easy Tiger
Fri        3/15    Austin TX                   Urban Outfitters         2 pm Urban Outfitters Lot
Fri        3/15    Austin TX                   M For Montreal            9 pm Swan Dive
Sat      3/16    Austin TX                    True Panther Presents     9:30 pm Mohawk* (with Delorean, Empress Of, XXYYXX, Silent Diane  and more)

THE YOUNG

Fri       3/15   Austin TX        “Our Heart Aches For Syria” / Red Cross benefit  8 pm Long Center (w/ The Black Lips, White Lung and more)
Sat      3/16    Austin TX        Ground Control Touring  2 pm Beerland  (w/ Merchandise, Spider Bags and more)

(* – denotes an official SXSW event ; wristband or badge required for admission.  There’s public admission if venues aren’t at capacity SOMETIMES, but we can’t guarantee it)

The Young – “The Ghost Of Rock School”, Further US Dates

By Gerard on Friday, November 9th, 2012
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As The Young continue their second US tour this week since the spring release release of their 2nd album, ‘Dub Egg’, we’re pleased to premiere their cover of Belle and Sebastian’s ‘The Ghost Of Rock School”. We could say something along the lines of, “bet you didn’t see that coming”, but unless you know the band and/or have hacked into our email (and the latter is entirely possible), really, what’s the point of gloating? The Young’s version of the song will be available on iTunes on November 19. Below are the rest of this week’s shows, which for many of you represent your first chance to see The Young since longtime associate Lucas Wedow replaced Jason Costanszo on bass.

NOVEMBER
Friday 09 – Philadelphia, PA – Kung Fu Necktie
Saturday 10 – New York, NY – The Cake Shop
Sunday 11 – Brooklyn, NY – Cameo Gallery (with Maserati)
Monday 12 – State Collage, PA – Chronic Town
Tuesday 13 – Columbus, OH – Ace of Cups (with Pink Reason)
Wednesday 14 – Bloomington, IN – The Bishop
Thursday 15 – Chicago, IL – The Beat Kitchen
Friday 16 – St Louis, MO – Plush
Saturday 17 – Dallas, TX – Club Dada (with Young Prisms)
Saturday 24 – Houston, TX – Walter’s

DECEMBER
Friday 7 – Austin, TX – Red 7 Holy Mountain

Dub Egg’, LP/CD and digital album, available from the Matador Store
The Young on Facebook

The Young – “Dance With The Ramblers” video and new U.S. Dates

By Gerard on Monday, September 24th, 2012

Today’s announcement of upcoming dates for The Young (including Texas shows with Merchandise and The Spits) just happens to coincide with the World Premiere of the 2nd video from ‘Dub Egg’. Sans any appearance by members of The Young, “Dance With The Ramblers” was directed by Austin auteur John Wesley Coleman, whose previous videos for The Golden Boys, James Arthur’s Manhunt and the Riverboat Gamblers have made him one of the most sought after video directors since F. Gary Gray.

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We’ll be issuing a further reminder and/or revision to the below dates as they draw closer, along with a top-secret (for now) bit of new recording of someone else’s composition.

Oct 2nd Denton TX at Rubber Gloves
Oct 3rd Austin TX at Red 7
Nov 3rd Austin TX at Fun Fun Fun Festival, Auditorium Shores
Nov 4th San Antonio TX at the Korova
Nov 7th Nashville TN at the Mercy Lounge
Nov 8th Charlottesville VA at the Box
Nov 9th Philadelphia PA at Kung Fu Necktie
Nov 10th New York City NY at the Cake Shop
Nov 11th Brooklyn NY at Cameo Gallery
Nov 12th State Collage PA at Chronic Town
Nov 13th Columbus OH at Ace of Cups
Nov 14th Bloomington IN at the Bishop
Nov 15th Chicago IL at the Beat Kitchen
Nov 16th St Louis MO at Plush
Nov 17th Dallas TX at Bryan Street Tavern

10/2-10/3 w/ Merchandise
10/2 w/ Wiccans
11/4 w/ the Spits
11/17 w/ Young Prisms

Dub Egg’, LP/CD and digital album, available from the Matador Store
The Young on Facebook

The Young: still on tour and in stores.

By Robby on Monday, July 16th, 2012

The Young’s epic North American tour stretches down the west coast this week. We’re here reminding those of you who preside in in the lovely cities of Los Angeles and San Diego that the band have also tacked on two in-stores at Origami and M-Theory, respectively.

Monday, July 16 – Bakersfield, CA – Munoz Gym
Tuesday, July 17 – Los Angeles, CA – Origami Vinyl @ 5:15PM
– Info

Tuesday, July 17 – Los Angeles, CA – the Echo (with the Lamps and the Zig Zags) – Tickets
Wednesday, July 18 – San Diego, CA – M-Theory in-store @ 5:15PM
– Info

Wednesday, July 18 – San Diego, CA – the Casbah
Thursday, July 19 – Phoenix, AZ – the Meat Market
Friday, July 20 – Las Cruces, NM – the Train Yard

Dub Egg’, LP/CD and digital album, available from the Matador Store
The Young on Facebook

*photo by Gerard

 

 

Important Festival News (For Those Who Mysteriously Fail To Read Other Music/News Sites)

By Gerard on Friday, July 13th, 2012

If you’re like us (and I suspect you are), YOU LOVE MUSIC FESTIVALS almost as much as you love freedom. And there’s so many that are close to our hearts.  Matador’s Lost Weekend.  Atlamont.  The Gathering Of The Juggalos.  The Cornerstone Festival.  I could go on, but you’ve probably got some illegal downloading to back to, so let’s cut to the chase. Transmission Entertainment’s 7th annual Fun Fun Fun Festival is happening in Austin, TX this coming November 2, 3 and 4, and we’re thrilled to find out at the last minute announce Tanlines, Fucked Up, Paul Banks and The Young are all taking part.

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Likewise,  ATP America’s “I’ll Be Your Mirror” weekender (September 21-23) has been moved from Asbury Park, NJ to the glamorous West Side of Manhattan.  The Lee Ranaldo Band and Chavez will be playing, along with a tremendous lineup of performers, none of whom are named Louis C.K.   They’ll all have their hands full measuring up to Richie Blackmore at California Jam (above) , but there’s no harm in trying.

The Young live on KEXP today

By Hector on Thursday, July 12th, 2012

The Young’s tour took them to Seattle last night, and they continue on to Portland today, but prior to that they’ll be paying a visit to the studios of our friends KEXP for a live session of high energy rock and roll, starting at 3:00PM EDT/noon PDT). If you’re in the path of their relentless march (as seen below), I suggest listening at 90.3FM or kexp.org to prepare yourself for the onslaught.

Tour dates :
Thursday, July 12 – Portland, OR – the East End – Info
Friday, July 13 – Reno, NV – Holland Project – Info
Saturday, July 14 – Oakland, CA – 1-2-3-4 GO! Records - (with Spray Paint) – Info
Sunday, July 15 – San Francisco, CA – the Hemlock – Info
Monday, July 16 – Bakersfield, CA – Munoz Gym
Tuesday, July 17 – Los Angeles, CA – Origami Vinyl @ 5:15PM
– Info

Tuesday, July 17 – Los Angeles, CA – the Echo (with the Lamps and the Zig Zags) – Tickets
Wednesday, July 18 – San Diego, CA – M-Theory in-store @ 5:15PM
– Info

Wednesday, July 18 – San Diego, CA – the Casbah
Thursday, July 19 – Phoenix, AZ – the Meat Market
Friday, July 20 – Las Cruces, NM – the Train Yard

Dub Egg’, LP/CD and digital album, available from the Matador Store
The Young on Facebook

The Young, Live On WFMU’s Cherry Blossom Clinic, Today At 3pm

By Gerard on Saturday, July 7th, 2012

(photo by Ben Aqua)

Here’s one of those posts where the headline sort of makes any additional commentary redundant. Maybe someone should come up with a platform that limited our communications to 140 characters or less (though we’re getting pretty good at information in lieu of ideas, with zero prompting from the outside world). If you’re still hanging in there with me, The Young recorded a session for WFMU’s tremendous Cherry Blossom Clinic program —- hosted by that national (well, New Jersey) treasure Terre T. — and you can hear the Austin quartet in all their ragged glory this afternoon at 3pm eastern, either via 91.1 FM in the tri-state area, or wfmu.org.

The Young’s North American tour in support of ‘Dub Egg’ continues through late July, and while we’ll have additional shows to announce soon, we can confirm they’ll be supporting Mission Of Burma at Austin’s Antone’s on September 15.  Tickets are on sale now.

remaining dates :
Saturday, July 07 – Chicago, IL – Permanent Records in-store @ 5:30PMInfo
Saturday, July 07 – Chicago, IL – the Hideout (with Judson Claiborne)Tickets
Sunday, July 08 – Minneapolis, MN – the Triple Rock – Tickets
Monday, July 09 – Fargo, ND – the Aquarium – Tickets
Wednesday, July 11 – Seattle, WA – The Fun House – Tickets
Thursday, July 12 – Portland, OR – the East End – Info
Friday, July 13 – Reno, NV – Holland Project – Info
Saturday, July 14 – Oakland, CA – 1-2-3-4 GO! Records - (with Spray Paint) – Info
Sunday, July 15 – San Francisco, CA – the Hemlock – Info
Monday, July 16 – Bakersfield, CA – Munoz Gym
Tuesday, July 17 – Los Angeles, CA – Origami Vinyl @ 5:15PM
Info

Tuesday, July 17 – Los Angeles, CA – the Echo (with the Lamps and the Zig Zags)Tickets
Wednesday, July 18 – San Diego, CA – M-Theory in-store @ 5:15PM
Info

Wednesday, July 18 – San Diego, CA – the Casbah
Thursday, July 19 – Phoenix, AZ – the Meat Market
Friday, July 20 – Las Cruces, NM – the Train Yard

Dub Egg’, LP/CD and digital album, available from the Matador Store
The Young on Facebook

The Young Are Coming To Chicago

By Michael on Friday, July 6th, 2012

Yea we know it’s hot. It’s July. It’s supposed to be hot. But what better way to beat the heat than with a couple of sweaty rock shows?

So stop taking photos of your car’s thermometer and get your ass over to Permanent Records for a free all ages instore and followed by a show later that night at the Hideout.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

And if you’re not in the Windy City, check out the band when they come to your town… and maybe even play another instore.

Friday, July 06 – Cleveland, OH – Now That’s Class – Info

Saturday, July 07 – Chicago, IL – Permanent Records in-store @ 5:30PMInfo

Saturday, July 07 – Chicago, IL – the Hideout (with Judson Claiborne)Tickets

Sunday, July 08 – Minneapolis, MN – the Triple Rock – Tickets

Monday, July 09 – Fargo, ND – the Aquarium – Tickets

Wednesday, July 11 – Seattle, WA – The Fun House – Tickets

Thursday, July 12 – Portland, OR – the East End – Info

Friday, July 13 – Reno, NV – Holland Project – Info

Saturday, July 14 – Oakland, CA – 1-2-3-4 GO! Records - (with Spray Paint) – Info

Sunday, July 15 – San Francisco, CA – the Hemlock – Info

Monday, July 16 – Bakersfield, CA – Munoz Gym

Tuesday, July 17 – Los Angeles, CA – Origami Vinyl @ 5:15PMInfo

Tuesday, July 17 – Los Angeles, CA – the Echo (with the Lamps and the Zig Zags)Tickets

Wednesday, July 18 – San Diego, CA – M-Theory in-store @ 5:15PMInfo

Wednesday, July 18 – San Diego, CA – the Casbah

Thursday, July 19 – Phoenix, AZ – the Meat Market

Friday, July 20 – Las Cruces, NM – the Train Yard

The Young – 3 New England Shows Cancelled

By Gerard on Saturday, June 30th, 2012

Due to family matter, The Young’s shows tonight, tomorrow and Monday are cancelled. The affected dates/venues are as follows :

Saturday, June 30 – New Haven, CT – Intercambio
Sunday, July 01 – Providence, RI – Dusk
Monday, July 02 – Boston, MA – Plough and Stars

We’re hopeful these shows can be rescheduled at a later date. The Young’s tour resumes Tuesday in Montreal at Il Motore.

(NOTE : Purling Hiss are still playing the New Haven, Providence and Boston dates, as previously scheduled).