April 25, 2012
News, Tour Dates
Ingrid Michaelson, tour dates
Jul 11 Slowdown Omaha NE
Jul 12 Simon Estes Amphitheatre Des Moines IA
Jul 14 Red Rocks Amphitheatre* Morrison CO
Jul 16 The Pageant St. Louis MO
Jul 17 Egyptian Room At Old National Centre Indianapolis IN
Jul 18 Headliners Music Hall Louisville KY
Jul 20 Town Ballroom Buffalo NY
Jul 21 Water Street Music Hall Rochester NY
Jul 23 Higher Ground South Burlington VT
Jul 24 Filene Center At Wolf Trap** Vienna VA
Jul 26 Toad’s Place New Haven CT
Jul 27 Lupo’s Heartbreak Hotel Providence RI
Jul 28 State Theatre Portland ME
Jul 29 Bank of America Pavilion** Boston MA
Jul 31 The Chameleon Lancaster PA
Aug 02 The NorVa Norfolk VA
Aug 03 Count Basie Theatre Red Bank NJ
Aug 04 The Stephen Talkhouse Amagansett NY
All headline dates except:
*supporting brandi carlile
**co-headline with rufus wainwright
Ingrid performs on Conan this Thursday
Ingrid will be performing “Blood Brothers” this Thursday, April 26th on Conan! Be sure to check out the show on TBS at 11pm. Visit teamcoco.com for more performances and a backstage interview
April 24, 2012
News, Tour Dates
braceface, tour dates
June 20th: Martinsburg, WV @ MJ’s Pub w/ Parasites, The Promdates, and The Meeps.
June 22nd: Baltimore, MD @ The Ottobar: INSUBORDINATION FEST!
June 24th: Baltimore, MD @ The Ottobar (upstairs) w/ Parasites, The Promdates, and Trashkanistan.
July 1st: Ashland, KY @ Banshees w/Heevahava, and The Transmissions.
July 2nd: Paducah, KY (TBA)
July 3rd: Chicago, IL (TBA)
July 4th: BREAK
July 5th: Fort Wayne, IN (TBA)
July 6th: Port Huron, MI @ Roche Bar w/ The Mcflys, and The Randy Bastards.
July 7th: Cleveland, OH @ Mahalls Bowling Alley w/ Drinking Bishops.
July 8th: Pittsburgh, PA (TBA)
July 9th: Atlantic City, NJ @ Le Grand Fromage w/ The Sheckies, and Position 9.
July 10th: Asbury Park, NJ (NEED HELP BOOKING)
July 11th: TBA
July 12th: Baltimore, MD @ The Sidebar w/ Trashkanistan, The Sheckies, The Firecrackers, and The Quarantines.
April 23, 2012
Indie, Music, Punk, Reviews, Rock
music, No Motiv, review, Reviews
No Motiv hasn’t exactly been active recently; in fact this is the bands first release in about eight years. With that long of a hiatus I know I wasn’t sure how this would turn out, especially since No Motiv has been a band that’s been pretty hit or miss for me. I’d like to say they came back with a vengeance releasing something totally great with Winterlong. Unfortunately I can’t quite do that, Winterlong is pretty much like the band’s career, hit or miss. They’ve got some really good songs on here, and some that aren’t too great. The up side to that is there isn’t anything really bad on here, though you’re most likely going to do some track skipping. However for every song that’s not that great like ‘Beginning From The End’ there’s a really good song like ‘Once Again Sundays’. I wouldn’t say you need to run out and buy this today, but if you’ve been a No Motiv fan, you should go ahead and check this out. If you’re new to No Motiv I wouldn’t recommend this as a starter, I’d say this is more of the type of release you check out more in the middle of the road.
1. Beginning From The End
3. Once Again Sundays
4. Dead As The Day
5. In You
Get Winterlong from Amazon HERE
April 20, 2012
Music, Punk, Reviews, Rock
evil weevel records, music, pujol, punk, records, review, Reviews, rock
Here’s a single by Pujol, it’s an odd name for an odd band. Luckily that’s odd in a good way. This single gives you two pretty good garage rock songs that’ll get you through about five minutes of your day, it’s not much but it’s a nice break from real life to go into the Pujol world. And I say that because that’s kind of what it’s like listening to these songs, you somehow transcend into the record, fuck the real world, I’m gonna go hang out with Pujol. These two songs couldn’t be more different, the first is pretty spot on titled ‘How High’ because it’s a like some sort of high when you’re listening to it. The B side ‘Sliderz’ is equally as good but it’s like the band was possessed or let Alice Cooper join. Both of these songs are great for two totally different reasons. This single will pull a weird variety of people in, from the punk rockers, to the potheads, to the metal heads, there’s a bit of something for everybody here, but at the same time it seems like only a select few will really get into it.
1. How High
April 19, 2012
Music, Punk, Reviews
music, punk, review, Reviews, Ridgemont
Colder Days is the album by Ridgemont, it’s out on Mindless Records, Kiss of Death Records, and Mission Social Club and I’d recommend you get yourself a copy. They’ve got fourteen punk rock songs that will fill the void you’ve had empty in your punk rock heart for a long time. They don’t try to mess around and get too fancy; they just give you some quality punk rock songs to fill your ears with. The only thing I’d heard from this band previously was their demo and I’ve gotta say they’ve improved immensely from that demo. The band is tighter, but hasn’t lost that core that makes me like them so much, the songs are better and there’s plenty more of them to like. Over all these guys sound like they’ve gotten their act together more than they had on the demo but the sounds still sound like they’re just having fun playing them, and that definitely transitions to you having fun listening to them. The songs on this album sound like they’d be great to hear live; every one of them has that two minute party feel. I think things are simple with Ridgemont, if you like punk; you should give this album a listen.
1. No Cream, No Sugar
2. Origins & Endings
4. John Cusack, Eat Your Heart Out
5. What Kind of Fucking Family…?
6. Stop Breaking the Law, Asshole
7. Dopes and Schemes
8. Oh, Fishsticks!
9. 8 Hopewell Road
10. Dumpster Chuck
11. Some Little ‘filly’ Break Your Heart?
12. Heads: Boston, Tails: Boulder
13. Bass Chords Would Work Well Here
14. The Fucking Basement Flooded
Get Colder Days from Amazon HERE