In 2010, Yoko Ono performed several shows with the Plastic Ono Band and special guests at the Orpheum in Los Angeles. Among the guests of Iggy Pop, Mike Watt, Thurston Moore, Kim Gordon, Perry Farrell, RZA, Lady Gaga, Carrie Fisher and Joseph Gordon-Levitt performing songs from throughout Yoko’s career were tUnE-yArDs, an act she had recently fallen in love with.
Their update of the 1972 lyrics of Yoko's ’We're All Water’ was to prove a highlight and shortly afterwards, Yoko...
Having recently announced the new album, Ghost on Ghost, Iron & Wine are ready to announce their first shows in Europe for nearly two years.
Starting in late-May, Sam Beam has hand picked the following tour of seven shows in six countries...
29th - Olympia Theatre, Dublin
30th - Opera House, Manchester
31st - The Barbican, London
1st - La Cigalle, Paris
2nd - Vrendenburg, Utrecht
3rd - Cirque Royal, Brussels
5th - Admiralspalast, Berlin
George Lewis Jr. aka Twin Shadow, is pleased to confirm he has plans to head out on the road for yet another lengthy tour in support of his most recent album, Confess.
In keeping with a precedent set by the 'Hair Cut' and 'Ton Up' tours, this next stretch of dates will adhere to a theme, and it is with this in mind that we present you with the list of upcoming 'True Story' tour dates, and some words about them from George himself:
"You know when someone tells a story and says “crazier...
The iconic Breeders line up that recorded the classic 1993 album Last Splash - Kim Deal, Kelley Deal, Josephine Wiggs and Jim Macpherson - have added four UK concert dates to their LSXX Anniversary World Tour. European dates for May and June are already announced. Tickets for their preview show at Brooklyn, NY's Bell House scheduled for March 29 sold out within two minutes of going on sale.
Kim, Kelley, Josephine, Jim, and Breeders' violinist Carrie Bradley...
Following 2011’s Kiss Each Other Clean, which debuted at number two on the US Billboard chart, Ghost on Ghost is to be the fifth studio album from Austin-based Sam Beam. The lead track from the album, 'Lover's Revolution', can be heard below or here.
While Rolling Stone said of Kiss Each Other Clean that “pop music hadn’t seen anything like it since the heyday of Cat Stevens,” and Pitchfork said it “more closely resembles the lush, gold-toned singer songwriter records of the late 60s and early 70s —Astral Weeks, Goodbye Yellow Brick Road,” Beam felt it time to move from what he called the “anxious tension” from this record and his previous one (The Shepherd’s Dog). “This record felt like a reward to myself after the way I went about making the last few,” he says.