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Tuesday, June 14

CTD Press Update 6/14!

CTD Press Update 06/14/2011
Now Available Exclusively/Semi Exclusively from CTD:

THE REALLY BIG NEWS:
CTD is happy to announce that as of...RIGHT NOW(!) we are exclusively distributing Chicago label, TROUBLE IN MIND, home to The Paperheads, Wax Museums, Night Beats, Liminanas and more!

FEATURED:

Diskjokke
“Sagara”
Smalltown Supersound: sts204

NEW YORK TIMES Preview of Sagara:

PITCHFORK FORKCAST OF “Pantup”:

EXCLAIM!:
“...if the lead track "Panutup" is like the rest of the album, it will be one unique listening experience.”

SOME KIND OF AWESOME:
“I don't know what the heck is going on in Norway but I do not care. The electronic music that comes out of that country is RIDICULOUS!.”

V/A
“Wallahi Le Zein: Wezin, Jackwar & Guitar Boogie From The Islamic Republic of Mauritania”
Locust/Latitude: latitude07

PITCHFORK 8.0!!:
“"Wallahi Le Zein" is somewhat similar to a Sublime Frequencies radio or field recording release, except that this has a much deeper interest in the musicological, historical, and cultural underpinnings of what's going on here. Lavoie isn't just putting this stuff out there for you - the liner notes are an educational document reflecting years of research and real, focused passion for the subject matter, rather than a basic interest in otherness. This is in some ways this compilation's greatest gift - this is the first curated collection of unfiltered Mauritanian guitar music ever, and I'm glad it's been introduced with such thoroughness and care.”
These Trails
“S/T”
Drag City: dc463

PITCHFORK 7.5:
“Primarily written and performed by singer-songwriters Margaret Morgan and Patrick Cockett, the album has long circulated among fans of obscure psych-folk, and it has been reissued several times in perhaps-not-entirely-legit versions. The album's reputation is well-earned, as These Trails is a lovely and incredibly evocative slice of Pacific folk-rock, and Drag City has performed a good service by finally reissuing the album in a handsome new authorized edition..”

Implodes
“Black Earth”
Kranky: krank156

PITCHFORK 7.5:
“...the most interesting thing about Black Earth is what it bodes for Implodes' future. If they can already mold this many sounds into the same tonal shape, imagine what further sonic territory they might someday place their stamp on.”

STEREOGUM "BAND TO WATCH":
“At times these songs feels more dire or dirge-like — the beautiful riverside sunset on the cover comes with a woman wielding a knife — but each of the 11 tracks is beautifully melodic. Most are patiently catchy, darkly propulsive.”

DROWNED IN SOUND:
“Implodes will do fine so long as they keep carving out bleak soundscapes that are as atmospheric, otherworldly and starkly beautiful as Black Earth”

FENSEPOST:
“Put on headphones, crank up Black Earth, close your eyes and watch the nightmare that your subconscious produces on the backs of your eyelids. It will be terrifying and brilliant.”


COMING SOON!
Com Truise
“Galactic Melt”
Ghostly International: gi138

XLR8R Preview of “Polyhurt”:

PITCHFORK Forkcast of “Polyhurt”:
“...Seth Haley, aka Com Truise, is gearing up to release the "Fairlight" single via new label Ghostly International on May 3. "Polyhurt" is one laser-cut slice from it.”

URB - TOP 10 DETROIT ACTS YOU HAVEN’T HEARD:
“...now is a great time to be catching Seth Haley’s Com Truise project. His mix of downtempo breaks with some of the spaciest synths to be found produces auditory sci-fi.”

LOS ANGELES TIMES:
“It conjures a Macintosh nostalgia for futures dreamed up decades ago. Synthesizers bright as lasers and drums loose as dust....Ideal summer music.”

PITCHFORK Forkcast of “Cathode Girls”:

STILL FRESH & OUT NOW!

Nadler, Marissa
“S/T”
Box of Cedar: boc001

NPR FIRST LISTEN STREAMING “S/T”:
“Marissa Nadler has drawn a big response...Her dreamy, fragile folk songs are revered among an assortment of tastemakers, but they haven't yet broken through to a larger audience. Her new self-titled album should help change all that.'”

SPIN BEST NEW ARTIST FOR JUNE 2011:
SPIN Music Editor Charles Aaron says: “There are several mixtape keepers on this album, where her willingness to be openly vulnerable, and to expose her voice to the point that it even sounds shaky or strained, pays off in wonderfully poignant drama, especially when the slide guitar sighs just so.”

PITCHFORK FORKCAST OF “The Sun Always Reminds Me Of You”:
“‘The Sun Always Reminds Me Of You’ is a pedal steel-wrapped heartbreaker….”

PITCHFORK VIDEO OF “Baby, I Will Leave You In The Morning”:

PITCHFORK FORKCAST OF “Baby, I Will Leave You In The Morning”:
“This is the sound of an artist coming into her own.”

PITCHFORK NEW RELEASE INFO:
“...Nadler says, 'It's the most honest, natural record I've ever written... I'm no longer hiding. The mystery still exists in the music as an aesthetic tool, but the songs cut harder because of the vocal mix, with more varied colors than my other records.'”

NO DEPRESSION:
“There is a lot of talent, strength and intelligence in this woman….”

CONSEQUENCE OF SOUND:
"The dream-folk songstress possesses long, flowing hair, classic beauty, a lush, emotive voice, and crafts songs with equal parts pain and sweetness."

CONFIRMED FEATURES:
*NPR - Full album stream (week of release June 13-19)
*AbsolutePunk - Album Stream
*Absolute Punk - Interview
*Baeble - Mixtape Feature
*CMA - New Releases Close Up Column Inclusion
*Cowbell Magazine - Feature (June Issue)
*Epitonic.com - Playlist Feature
*KEXP - Including "Baby I Will Leave You In The Morning" in the Podcast
*Largehearted Boy - Feature
*Lost In E Minor - Guest Feature + Fashion Feature
*Premiere Radio - In-Studio
*SPIN - Five New Artist To Watch Feature
*Under the Radar - 10-12 Favorite Tracks Mixtape Feature
*Vol. 1 Brooklyn - Band Booking Feature

CONFIRMED REVIEWS:
*BLURT - Album Review
*Boston Herald - Album Review
*BUST.com - Album Review
*The Daily News - Album Review
*Lucid Culture - Album Review
*MTVHive - Stream
*NoDepression.com - Album Review
*Sequenza 21 - Album Review

Pechenga
“Helt Borte”
Smalltown Supersound: sts202

ALTERED ZONES TRACK REVIEW of “Gitaro”
“‘Gitaro’ comes to us as a taste of the purported subzero weather inspired sounds that the album holds. Will this be your gateway drug to ambient music? Regardless, it’s certainly another healthy mutation of that genre.”

http://alteredzones.com/posts/1153/pechenga-gitaro/

Newbury, Mickey
“The American Trilogy (4xCD Box Set)”
“Looks Like Rain”
“Frisco Mabel Joy”
“Heaven Help The Child”
“Better Days”
Drag City: dc485, dc474, dc475, dc476, dc477





PITCHFORK BEST NEW REISSUE 8.6:
“Every word or line or stanza complements the others and shades their meanings, contributing crucially to the whole.”

MOJO 4 STARS:
“Three of his early albums, possibly his best, are collected here in a lovingly conceived box set.”

UNCUT - REISSUE OF THE MONTH (JUNE 2011):
“The least his memory deserves is to hear the songs the way he heard them, and this set represents a chance that should be seized lustily...An overdue momunment to an overlooked songwriter.”

THE WIRE:
“His songs feel like prayers for the brokenhearted many, as if he has consigned himself to perpetual heartache to imbue the songs with a crueler reality.”

RECORD COLLECTOR:
“This exquisite collection offers a more fitting context for Newbury’s neglected recordings - once heard, forever smitten. It’s impossible to resist the emotional pull of his voice and artistry.”

NO DEPRESSION:
“There is only one word that comes to mind for making this package so detailed, so intimate, and so passionate in the little things that made Newbury’s music so endearing to those who got it - and that word is Love.”

SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER:
“An American Trilogy is an excellent introduction to the mind and music of Mickey Newbury. The three albums contained here form the highlights of an often overlooked career that is well worth resurrecting.”


Arborea
“Red Planet”
Strange Attractors Audio House: saah067

NPR WORLD CAFE NEXT:
“Shanti and Buck Curran live in the western mountains of Maine and are already names in psychedelic music circles. The recently released Red Planet, the band's fourth LP, will likely expand on that audience.”

http://www.npr.org/2011/05/02/135924916/arborea-on-world-cafe-next

PORTLAND PHOENIX:
“...Shanti and Buck Curran also seem to exist outside of time itself, both inhabiting a world that never actually was and pacing their songs so that they seem to make time elastic.”

http://portland.thephoenix.com/music/119232-arborea-sail-across-a-fossil-sea

PORTLAND HERALD PRESS:
“The project enjoys an utterly unteachable gift in Shanti's weightless vocals. Her instrument is rich and trembling bellows, capable of holding gauzy pitches on clouds of air.”

http://www.pressherald.com/life/go/arboreas-red-planet-beguiles-and-rewards-the-soulful-listener-_2011-04-21.html?searchterm=Arborea

“After 51 minutes of being under the Arborea spell you might wonder where you’ve been. It’s a time spent in another world, it feels a bit frightening but irresistible.”

http://delta-slider.blogspot.com/2011/04/arborea-red-planet.html

UNCUT PLAYLIST FOR THE WEEK OF April 20:

http://www.uncut.co.uk/blog/index.php?blog=6&p=1683&more=1&c=1&tb=1&pb=1#mor

Depper, Dave
“The Ram Project”
Jackpot Records: jpr7110

MAGNET MAGAZINE:
“He's penetrating, he's ironic, he's intimate, he's elusive, he's distant and calcified, he's vulnerable and warm-- it's all there, album to album, song to song, and sometimes line to line.”

DELI MAGAZINE ALBUM OF THE MONTH FOR MAY 2011:
“I honestly must admit that the echo from another room of Dave’s voice hanging in the air during 'Long Haired Lady' sparked such a feeling that made me forget that it wasn’t Paul behind the microphone.”

DELI MAGAZINE (REVIEW):
“Portland's own multi-project-multi-instrumentalist Dave Depper has taken this sweet lamb with horns under his musical wings to create quite the cover album, full of intricate liberties that sets ‘The Ram Project’ apart, just enough to give you chills.”

Antietam
“Tenth Life”
Carrot Top Records: saki052

BIG TAKOVER:
“...ten tracks of good old-fashioned guitar rock – crunchy, loud and tuneful...there are few rock groups as dependable as Antietam.”

CHICAGO TRIBUNE:
“…[Tenth Life] is among its most direct, 10 fat-free songs gorged on melody, with typically thoughtful lyrics that consider midlife as both a challenge and an opportunity.”

ADEQUACY:
“…'Tenth Life' is another solid, memorable and crucial piece in a jigsaw-like canon that refuses to be finished without an age-defying fight.”

CYCLIC DEFROST:
“'Tenth Life' is at once a continuation of the classic first-generation indie rock sound and – at its core – just an amazing guitar record.”

Bathgate, Chris
“Salt Year”
Quite Scientific: qsr021

CONSEQUENCE OF SOUND:
“Chris Bathgate owns the voice and the melancholy of someone twice his age, and Salt Year packages enough charm to spare.”

AV CLUB:
“...there’s a welcome hint of triumph in the personal trials Bathgate and band swaddle in layers of stormy guitar, lonesome fiddle, and clattering percussion.”

Callahan, Bill
“Apocalypse”
Drag City: dc450

PITCHFORK 8.0!:
“He's penetrating, he's ironic, he's intimate, he's elusive, he's distant and calcified, he's vulnerable and warm-- it's all there, album to album, song to song, and sometimes line to line.”

NEW YORK TIMES:
“This is what Mr. Callahan does: put a big and mysterious idea in a modest place. He has gotten better and better at it. 'The thing that’s uniquely his,' said the singer-songwriter John Darnielle of the Mountain Goats in a recent e-mail, 'is to sort of smuggle in scenes of remarkable emotional and, I gotta say, spiritual weight within these fairly light constructions.'”

DUSTED:
“'Sometimes I Wish I Were An Eagle' is like a Technicolor epic — brass accents, swelling strings and an odd, lingering hollowness at its core. 'Apocalypse', on the other hand, is more like an 80-minute Ranown picture - sinuous, slippery, less accessible, more satisfying.”

DROWNED IN SOUND:
“…That it [“Apocalypse”] happens to be both heartbreaking and life affirming is just something we’ve come to expect.”

High Llamas, The
“Talahomi Way”
Drag City: dc469

AV CLUB:
“The record is both a journey and a respite: an opportunity to disappear for a while and return feeling refreshed.”

TINY MIX TAPES:
“...on “Talahomi Way”, the Llamas are in fine, optimistic form, taking a holiday outside of time, to a place where Brian Wilson converses with Shuggie Otis over mai tais, major seventh chords are once again heard in pop songwriting, and distortion is something that happens in a funhouse mirror”


STILL AVAILABLE

Baby Dee
“Regifted Light”
Drag City: dc462

PITCHFORK 8.0!:
“...Dee is simply a musician making very earnest art about a very unusual life. ‘Regifted Light‘ doesn't seem built to shock or cajole, but to connect with all sorts of people, and to last.”

OPTION:
“This is the magic of Baby Dee: she illuminates her music - however you define it - with a mix of childlike exuberance and hard-won experience few others, in any discipline, can match”

DUSTED:
“The darkness of gender dysmorphia may indeed be vast, but given the right illuminating gift, Baby Dee proves there’s still light nonetheless -- even for her own chamber music.”

Eternals, The
“Approaching The Energy Field”
Addenda: nda005

PITCHFORK 7.6:
“The Eternals may be out their own in their own in the once again guitar-centric world of indie rock circa 2011, but that just means we're doubly lucky they're still listening so widely, still pushing themselves to come up with such unexpected new hybrids.”

Six Organs of Admittance
“Asleep On The Floodplain”
Drag City: dc453

PITCHFORK 7.8:
“Chasny has distilled all of his impulses and obsessions - slow drones and brisk picking, solemn mumbles and cheery riffs, ponderous lyrics, and ruminative instrumentals - into 43 muted, marvelous minutes.”

DUSTED:
“With ‘Asleep On the Floodplain’, Chasny returns not just to his personal ‘roots,’ but also to the roots of popular music itself. He gets back to nature, or as close as can be expected. It’s a surprising, refreshing shift of focus.”

TINY MIX TAPES:
“This, at least, is how I like to hear Six Organs of Admittance: as an invitation to join in a discussion that covers the poetics of place, poststructuralist theology, mysticism, magic, and transformation.”

DROWNED IN SOUND:
“‘Asleep on the Floodplain’...(is) a vision as precise and piercing as ever.”

Outsiders, The
“CQ”
Jackpot Records: jpr7109

VICTIM OF TIME:
“Truly a classic, The Outsiders made a perfect record in their time and ours.”

Bonnie "Prince" Billy & The Cairo Gang
“Island Brothers” b/w “New Wonder”
Drag City: dc468

PITCHFORK 8.0:
“...his work with the Cairo Gang - which is to say, with the guitarist, singer, and songwriter Emmett Kelly - has felt like an especially fruitful era, and 'Island Brothers' embodies why.”

AV CLUB:
“Both songs make a subdued plea for attention, and there’s no doubt this cause deserves it.”

V/A
“SMM: Context”
Ghostly International gi133

PITCHFORK 7.6:
“...this is an accurate and often gorgeous snapshot of a loose affiliation of ideas coalescing into a genre.”

ALARM PRESS:
“Instead of trying to capitalize on its name or its roster, Ghostly, via SMM, shows that a label can serve not just as a distributor or curator, but as a creative voice in itself.”

FOXY DIGITALIS:
“8/10... The series is off to a great start…a darker cousin of Kompakt’s Pop Ambient series.”

EXCLAIM:
“The beats-meets-drone-meets-concerto mix of SMM: Context should keep avant-garde enthusiasts tuned-in for the long haul, proving just how rich, diverse and brave electronic music has become since it left the club for the bedroom.”



TURN THE WHEELS!! - ON TOUR NOW
(UPDATED JUNE 14, 2011):

Arborea
6/22 - Aviemore, UK @ Aviemore
6/23 - Aberdeen, UK @ Tunnels
8/17 - Hudson, NY @ Hudson Water Music
8/26 - Lewiston, ME @ Guthrie’s
9/23 - Austin, TX @ St. Andrew’s Church
9/30 - Denver, CO @ Walnut Room

Ed Askew
6/14 - New Haven, CT @ Cafe Nine
6/16 - Northampton, MA @ Feeding Tube Records
6/17 - Brooklyn, NY @ Northside Festival
7/10 - Boston, MA @ Brighton Music Hall
7/11 - Brooklyn, NY @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
7/12 - NYC @ Bowery Ballroom
7/13 - Washington D.C. @ Rock and Roll Hotel
7/15 - Chapel Hill, NC @ Cat’s Cradle

Baby Dee
7/24 - Madrid, ES @ La Casa Encendida

Bachelorette
6/14 - Vienna, AT @ Haus der Musik
6/15 - Kosice, SK @ Tabacka
6/16 - Krakow, PL @ Piekny Pies
6/18 - Amsterdam, NL @ Film Festival by NxNW
6/22 - London, UK @ The CAMP Basement


Andrea Belfi + David Grubbs + Stefano Pilia
7/05 - Geneva, CH @ Cave 12
7/06 - Lucern, CH @ Treibhaus
7/07 - Cologne, DE @ King Georg
7/08 - Paris, FR @ Les Voutes

Andrew Bird
6/18 - Ann Arbor, MI @ Ann Arbor Summer Festival (Power Center)
6/24 - Bondville, VT @ Wanderlust Vermont
8/05 - Regina, CAN @ Regina Folk Festival
8/09 - Arvada, CO @ Arvade Center For The Arts & Humanities
8/10 - Boulder, CO @ Chautauqua Auditorium
10/12 - Rochester, NY @ Harro East Ballroom
10/13 - Troy, NY @ Troy Savings Bank Music Hall
10/14 - Concord, NH @ Chubb Theatre at the Capitol Center For The Arts
10/15 - Skowhegan, ME @ Skowhegan Opera House
10/17 - Poughkeepsie, NY @ Bardavon 1869 Opera House
10/18 - Binghamton, NY @ Osterhout Concert Theatre at the Anderson Center For The Performing Arts
10/20 - Northampton, MA @ Calvin Theatre
10/21 - Tarrytown, NY @ Tarrytown Music Hall
10/22 - Wilmington, DE @ Grand Opera House

Sir Richard Bishop
6/17 - Nagoya, JP @ Tokuzo
6/18 - Osaka, JP @ Sunsui
6/19 - Tokyo, JP @ O-Nest
8/12 - Berkeley, CA @ Berkeley Art Museum
9/09 - Raleigh, NC @ Hopscotch Festival
9/10 - Asheville, NC @ The Orange Peel
9/11 - Charlotte, NC @ Tremont Music Hall
9/14 - West Palm Beach, FL @ Respectable Street Cafe
9/16 - Atlanta, GA @ Variety Playhouse
9/17 - Nashville, TN @ Mercy Lounge
9/20 - Minneapolis, MN @ First Avenue
9/21 - Milwaukee, WI @ Turner Hall
9/22 - Chicago, IL @ Bottom Lounge
9/23 - Cleveland, OH @ Beachland Ballroom
9/24 - Lexington, KY @ Busters Backroom
9/27 - Brooklyn, NY @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
9/29 - Boston, MA @ Royale Nightclub

Bonnie “Prince” Billy & The Cairo Gang
7/15 - Saint John’s, NL @ Cochrane Street United Church
7/22 - Calgary, AB @ Calgary Folk Festival
9/27 - Nelsonville, OH @ Stuart’s Opera House
9/30 - Asbury Park, NJ @ All Tomorrow’s Parties Festival
10/02 - Alexandria, VA @ The Birchmere
10/04 - Knoxville, TN @ Bijou Theatre

Brute Heart
6/14 - Olympia, WA @ Le Voyeur
6/15 - Weed, CA @ Black Butte Center For Railroad Culture
6/16 - Oakland, CA @ The Church
6/17 - San Francisco, CA @ Hemlock Tavern
6/19 - Los Angeles, CA @ Origami Records (In-store performance)
6/19 - Los Angeles, CA @ Public Figure
6/21 - Denver, CO @ Hi-Dive

Bill Callahan
6/14 - Albuquerque, NM @ Launchpad
6/15 - Phoenix, AZ @ Rhythm Room
6/16 - Los Angeles, CA @ Troubadour
6/17 - Santa Barbara, CA @ SoHo
6/18 - San Francisco, CA @ The Independent
6/19 - Big Sur, CA @ Henry Miller Library
6/20 - Felton, CA @ Don Quixote’s International Music Hall
6/22 - Seattle, WA @ Neumo’s
6/24 - Boise, ID @ Neurolux
6/25 - Salt Lake City, UT @ The State Room
6/27 - Denver, CO @ The Hi Dive
6/29 - Kansas City, MO @ Record Bar
6/30 - Iowa City, IA @ Bull Moose
7/01 - Minneapolis, MN @ Cedar Cultural Centyer
7/02 - Madison, WI @ University of Wisconsin
7/03 - Chicago, IL @ Lincoln Hall
7/05 - Indianapolis, IN @ White Rabbit Cabaret
7/07 - Columbus, OH @ Wexner Center For The Arts
7/08 - Pittsburgh, PA @ Andy Warhol Museum
7/09 - Philadelphia, PA @ Johnny Brenda’s
7/10 - Boston, MA @ Brighton Music Hall
7/11 - Brooklyn, NY @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
7/12 - NYC @ Bowery Ballroom
7/13 - Washington D.C. @ Rock and Roll Hotel
7/15 - Chapel Hill, NC @ Cat’s Cradle
7/16 - Atlanta, GA @ Smith’s Olde Bar
7/17 - Nashville, TN @ Mercy Lounge
7/19 - Dallas, TX @ The Loft
8/05 - Happy Valley, OR @ Pickathon (Woods Stage)
8/06 - Happy Valley, OR @ Pickathon (Main Stage)

Cave
6/14 - St. Louis, MO @ Firebird
6/15 - Lincoln, NE @ Knickerbockers
6/16 - Des Moines, IA @ Vaudeville Mews
7/04 - Chicago, IL @ Jay Pritzker Pavillion (6:30pm)
7/07 - Madison, WI @ UW Memorian Union Terrace

Com Truise
7/02 - Morrison, CO @ Red Rocks Amphitheater
7/04 - St. Louis, MO @ 2720 Cherokee
7/06 - Dallas, TX @ Trees
7/07 - Austin, TX @ La Zona Rosa
7/08 - Houston, TX @ Warehouse Live
7/09 - New Orleans, LA @ Republic
7/10 - Tallahassee, FL @ The Engine Room
7/12 - Ft. Lauderdale, FL @ Revolution
7/13 - Tampa, FL @ Czar
7/14 - Orlando, FL @ Beacham Theater
7/15 - Atlanta, GA @ King Plow
7/16 - Nashville, TN @ Exit Inn
7/17 - Asheville, NC @ The Orange Peel
7/19 - Charlottesville, VA @ Jefferson Theater
7/20 - Washington D.C. @ 9:30 Club
7/21 - Philadelphia, PA @ Theater of The Living Arts
7/22 - NYC @ Terminal 5 (DJ Set)
7/23 - Boston, MA @ Paradise Rock Club
7/24 - Northampton, MA @ Pearl Street
7/25 - Burlington, VT @ Higher Ground
7/27 - Montreal, PQ @ Sat
7/28 - Toronto, ON @ 69 Bathurst
7/29 - Buffalo, NY @ Town Ballroom
7/30 - Pittsburgh, PA @ Rex Theater
7/31 - Cleveland, OH @ Grog Shop
8/01 - Cincinnati, OH @ 20th Century Theater
8/03 - Detroit, MI @ Magic Stick
8/04 - Grand Rapids, MI @ Intersection
9/04 - Seattle, WA @ Bumbershoot Festival

Matthew Dear
7/01 - Copenhagen, DK @ Roskilde Festival (Live Band)
8/05 - Katowice, PL @ Off Festival (Live Band)
8/06 - London, UK @ Field Day Festival (Live Band)
8/10 - Oslo, NO @ Oya Festival (Live Band)
8/12 - Helsinki, FI @ Flow Festival
8/19 - Biddinghuizen, NL @ Lowlands Festival
8/21 - Ibiza, ES @ Space (DJ Set)

Disappears
7/21 - Detroit, MI @ Lager House
7/22 - Toronto, ON @ Sneaky Dee’s
7/23 - Montreal, PQ @ Casa Del Popolo
7/24 - Allston, MA @ Brighton Music Hall
7/25 - Northampton, MA @ Iron Horse Music Hall
7/26 - Brooklyn, NY @ Union Pool
7/27 - NYC @ The Cake Shop
7/28 - Philadelphia, PA @ Johnny Brenda’s
7/29 - Baltimore, MD @ Sonar
7/30 - Pittsburgh, PA @ Brillbox
7/31 - Columbus, OH @ The Basement
8/18 - Vancouver, BC @ The Biltmore Cabaret
8/19 - Seattle, WA @ Crocodile Cafe
8/20 - Portland, OR @ Doug Fir Lounge
8/22 - San Francisco, CA @ Bottom of The Hill
8/24 - Los Angeles, CA @ Satellite Club
8/25 - San Diego, CA @ The Casbah
9/09 - Raliegh, NC @ Hopscotch Festival

The Ex with Gtatchew Mekuria
6/16 - Allones, FR @ Salle Jean Carmet Festival
6/17 - Toulouse, FR @ Rio Loco Festival
6/18 - Villeurbanne, FR @ Les Invites

Girl Talk
6/18 - NYC @ Governor’s Ball Music Festival
6/25 - New Braunfels, TX @ White Water
7/08 - Toronto, ON @ Sound Academy
7/10 - Quebec City, PQ @ Quebec City Jazz Fest
7/30 - Lake Tahoe, CA @ Wanderlust

Gold Panda
6/17 - Budapest, HU @ A38
7/01 - Tromoya, NO @ Hove Festival
7/02 - Winchester, UK @ Blissfields Festival
7/03 Roskilde, DK @ Roskilde Festival
7/09 - Oeiras, PT @ Optimus Alive Festival
7/14 - Dour, BE @ Dour Festival
7/15 - Ferropolis, DE @ Melt Festival
7/17 - Suffolk, UK @ Latitude Festival
8/13 - Cannes, FR @ Pantiero Festival
8/14 - Hamburg, DE @ Dockville Festival
8/27 - Katowice, PL @ Tauron Nowa Muzyka Festival
10/06 - London, UK @ Koko

David Grubbs
7/01 - Tours, FR @ Le Temps Machine
7/02 - Dunkerque, FR @ Fructose Festival
7/03 - Nantes, FR @ Violon Dingue
7/04 - Lyon, FR @ Sonic

Handsome Family
6/25 - North Adams, MA @ Solid Sound Festival
7/23 - Nelson, BC @ Little Fest at LIttle Slocan Lodge

Neil Hamburger
6/22 - Calgary, ALB @ Shed Island
8/15 thru 8/28 - Endinburgh, UK @ Assembly Rooms at Edinburgh Fringe Festival
8/31 thru 9/10 - London, UK @ Soho Theatre
2/10/2012 - Miami, FL @ Bruise Cruise Festival

Tim Hecker
9/30 - Madrid, ES @ Caixaforum
10/01 - Madrid, ES @ Caixaforum

Horrid Red
6/16 - Sacramento, CA @ The Hub
6/17 - San Francisco, CA @ Hemlock Tavern
6/18 - Santa Cruz, CA @ Brookdale Lodge
6/19 - Los Angeles, CA @ The Echo

Magik Markers
6/17 - Brooklyn, NY @ St. Cecilia’s Church

Mark E
6/18 - Barcelona, ES @ Be Cool / RA
6/24 - Shizoka, JP @ Club Four
6/25 - Tokyo, JP @ Club Eleven
7/02 - Okayama, JP @ Ebisuya Pro
7/03 - Osaka, JP @ Pine Brooklyn
7/09 - Maribor, SI @ Gustaf Club
7/10 - Petrcane, HR @ The Garden Festival
7/16 - London, UK @ Lovebox Festival
8/13 - Dublin, IE @ Twister Pepper
9/30 - Bochum, DE @ Funkloch
10/14 - Torino, IT @ Kogin’s Club

Mux Mool
7/03 - Pittsburgh, PA @ Electronic Music Festival
8/03 - Los Angeles, CA @ Low End Theory
8/05 - San Francisco, CA @ Low End Theory

Marissa Nadler
7/18 - Montreal, PQ @ Il Motore
7/19 - Toronto, ON @ Supermarket
7/21 - Chicago, IL @ Reckless Records (In-store performance)
7/21 - Chicago, IL @ Schuba’s
7/22 - St. Paul, MN @ Turf Club
7/23 - Madison, WI @ The Frequency
7/25 - Pontiac, MI @ Pike Room at The Crofoot
7/27 - NYC @ Mercury Lounge
7/28 - Philadelphia, PA @ Side Chapel
7/29 - Washington D.C. @ The Red Palace
7/30 - Brooklyn, NY @ Littlefield
7/31 - New Haven, CT @ Rudy’s
9/23 - Philadelphia, PA @ World Cafe Live

Joanna Newsom
7/24 - Dublin, IE @ Marlay Park
7/25 - Paris, FR @ Trianon
7/26 - Lucerne, CH @ KKL (Blue Balls Festival)
7/27 - Ferrara, IT @ Festival Sotto Le Stelle
7/31 - Austin, TX @ Paramount Theatre
9/04 - Dorset, UK @ End of The Road Festival

Night Beats
6/28 - Portland, OR @ Slabtown
6/29 - Seattle, WA @ Chop Suey

No Means No
6/15 - Tampere, FI @ Klubi
6/16 - Kuopio, FI @ Henry’s Pub
6/17 - Helsinki, FI @ Nosturi
6/18 - Jarvakandi, EE @ Rabarock Festival

The Paperhead
6/15 - Nashville, TN @ The End
6/17 - Memphis, TN @ Poplar Lounge
6/18 - New Orleans, LA @ Siberia
6/19 - Houston, TX @ The Mink
6/20 - Austin, TX @ The Mohawk
6/21 - Las Cruces, NM @ Trainyard
6/23 - San Deigo, CA @ Til Two
6/24 - Los Angeles, CA @ Permanent Records-LA (In-store performance/5pm)
6/24 - Los Angeles, CA @ HM157
6/25 - Oakland, CA @ Fuzzplex
6/26 - San Francisco, CA @ Thee Parkside
6/28 - Portland, OR @ Slabtown
6/29 - Seattle, WA @ Chop Suey
7/02 - Lawrence, KS @ Replay Lounge
7/14 - Lafayette, IN @ Black Sparrow
7/15 - Madison, WI @ Mickey’s
7/16 - Milwaukee, WI @ Cactus Club
7/17 - Chicago, IL @ Empty Bottle (Pitchfork After-party)
7/18 - Cleveland, OH @ Now That’s Class
7/20 - Pittsburgh, PA @ The Shop
7/21 - NYC @ DBA
7/22 - Brooklyn, NY @ Bruar Falls
7/23 - New Haven, CT @ Cafe Nine
7/24 - Philadelphia, PA @ The Bookspace
7/25 - Baltimore, MD @ Golden West
7/26 - Washington D.C. @ Comet Ping Pong
7/28 - Bloomington, IN @ Magnetic South


Phantogram
7/12 - Ft. Lauderdale, FL @ Revolution
7/13 - Tampa, FL @ Czar
7/14 - Orlando, FL @ The Beacham Theater
7/15 - Atlanta, GA @ King Plow
7/16 - Nashville, TN @ Exit Inn
7/17 - Asheville, NC @ The Orange Peel
7/19 - Charlottesville, VA @ Jefferson Theater
7/20 - Washington D.C. @ 9:30 Club
7/21 - Philadelphia, PA @ Theater of The Living Arts
7/22 - NYC @ Terminal 5
7/23 - Boston, MA @ Paradise Rock Club
7/24 - Northampton, MA @ Pearl Street
7/25 - Burlington, VT @ Higher Ground
7/27 - Montreal, PQ @ Sat
7/28 - Toronto, ON @ 69 Bathurst
7/29 - Buffalo, NY @ Town Ballroom
7/30 - Pittsburgh, PA @ Rex Theater
8/01 - Cincinnati, OH @ 20th Century Theater
8/03 - Detroit, MI @ Magic Stick
8/04 - Grand Rapids, MI @ Intersection

Alasdair Roberts
6/14 - Glasgow, UK @ Oran Mor (West End Festival)
7/21 - London, UK @ Green Note
7/22 - Glasgow, UK @ Provand’s Lordship

Laetitia Sadier
6/15 - Brooklyn, NY @ The Rock Shop

School of Seven Bells
6/28 - Mexico City, MX @ Palacio de los Deportes
7/01 - Guadalajara, MX @ Auditorio Telmex
7/02 - Monterrey, MX @ Auditorio Banamex
7/13 - Washington, DC @ 9:30 Club
7/15 - Atlantic City, NJ @ Borgata Music Box
9/04 - Seattle, WA @ Bumbershoot Festival


Ty Segall
6/16 - Toronto, ON @ NXNE at The Garrison
6/17 - Toronto, ON @ NXNE at Wrongbar
6/18 - Toronto, ON @ NXNE at Bovine Sex Club
7/02 - San Francisco, CA @ The Independent
7/21 - San Diego, CA @ The Casbah
7/22 - Los Angeles, CA @ Eagle Rock Center
7/24 - Las Vegas, NV @ Beauty Bar Las Vegas
7/25 - Reno, NV @ Holland Project
7/28 - Portland, OR @ East End
7/29 - Seattle, WA @ Crocodile Cafe
7/30 - Vancouver, BC @ Biltmore Cabaret
8/14 - San Francisco, CA @ Outside Lands Festival
8/31 - Olympia, WA @ The Brotherhood
9/15 - Tucson, AZ @ Plush
9/16 - Lubbock, TX @ Bash Riprock’s
9/17 - Austin, TX @ Mohawk
9/18 - Denton, TX @ Rubber Gloves
9/19 - New Orleans, LA @ One Eyed Jacks
9/20 - Birmingham, AL @ Bottletree
9/21 - Nashville, TN @ Exit/In
9/23 - Atlanta, GA @ The Earl
9/24 - Durham, NC @ Duke Coffeehouse
9/25 - Harrisonburg, VA @ Festival Ballroom at JMU
9/26 - Washington, D.C. @ Comet Ping Pong
9/27 - Baltimore, MD @ Golden West Cafe
9/29 - NYC @ Bowery Ballroom
9/30 - Cleveland, OH @ Beachland Tavern
10/01 - Chicago, IL @ Empty Bottle
10/03 - Northfield, MN @ The Cave (Carlton College)
10/04 - Iowa City, IA @ Bull Moose
10/05 - Omaha, NE @ Slow Down (Back Room)
10/06 - Denver, CO @ High Dive
10/07 - Salt Lake City, UT @ Kilby Court

Shigeto
6/16 - Budapest, HU @ A38
6/17 - Bucharest, RO @ Club Berlin
6/18 - Vienna, AT @ Roxy
6/25 - NYC @ Knitting Factory

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