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Grizzly Bear Releases Fifth Studio Album 'Painted Ruins' Today via RCA Records

Grizzly Bear Releases Fifth Studio Album 'Painted Ruins' Today via RCA Records


WATCH GRIZZLY BEAR PERFORM "MOURNING SOUND" ON COLBERT HERE:https://youtu.be/10YiE3zzHpM

Today, Grizzly Bear has released their first album in five years 'Painted Ruins', via RCA Records. The New York Times praised 'Painted Ruins,' saying Grizzly Bear "pushes its music further both inward and outward, toward the cryptic and toward the voluptuous," while the Wall Street Journal called it "a forceful and appealing work."
Last night, the band also performed lead single "Mourning Sound" for the Late Show with Stephen Colbert, watch the full performance here: https://youtu.be/10YiE3zzHpM
'Painted Ruins' has earned widespread praise from NPR Music and Rolling Stone who called the music "spellbinding." USA Today said the album is their "densest, most confessional work yet" in their 4/4 star review and Consequence of Sound said "'Painted Ruins' is a wondrously complex adventure that rewards attention and patience." Esquire called 'Painted Ruins' "their most mature album yet" and SPIN declared that "Grizzly Bear have struck gold." In their 9/10 review, Under The Radar said, "the album is the sound of a band cohering as never before with a formidable swagger," and the album has earned 4/5 stars from Mojo and Q Magazine plus 9/10 stars from Clash and Uncut. Paste Quarterly declared, "Grizzly Bear made an album for the times; something wild and alive, bucking assumptions and beaming color, their best yet."
Next week the band will play an intimate, sold-out show at New York City's Public Arts to celebrate the release of 'Painted Ruins.' Grizzly Bear will embark on a worldwide headlining tour in support of 'Painted Ruins' this fall- full itinerary below.
'PAINTED RUINS' TRACK LIST
1. Wasted Acres
2. Mourning Sound
3. Four Cypresses
4. Three Rings
5. Losing All Sense
6. Aquarian
7. Cut-Out
8. Glass Hillside
9. Neighbors
10. Systole
11. Sky Took Hold

GRIZZLY BEAR TOUR DATES
Aug 23 - New York, NY - Public
Oct 4 - Dublin, IR - Vicar Street
Oct 5 - Dublin, IE - Vicar Street
Oct 6 - Manchester, UK - Albert Hall
Oct 8 - Glasgow, UK - O2 ABC
Oct 9 - London, UK - O2 Academy Brixton
Oct 10 - Bexhill On The Sea, UK - Bexhill De La Warr Pavilion
Oct 12 - Berlin, DE - Columbiahalle
Oct 13 - Utrecht, NL - TivoliVredenburg
Oct 14 - Brussels, BE - Ancienne Belgique
Oct 16 - Paris, FR - L'Olympia
Nov 1 - Boston, MA - House of Blues
Nov 2 - Brooklyn, NY - Brooklyn Steel
Nov 3 - Brooklyn, NY - Brooklyn Steel
Nov 4 - Brooklyn, NY - Brooklyn Steel
Nov 7 - Philadelphia, PA - The Fillmore
Nov 8 - Washington, DC - The Anthem
Nov 9 - Knoxville, TN - The Mill & Mine
Nov 10 - McDade, TX - Sound On Sound
Nov 12 - New Orleans, LA - Civic Theatre
Nov 14 - Atlanta, GA - Tabernacle
Nov 15 - Orlando, FL - House of Blues
Nov 16 - Miami Beach, FL - The Fillmore
Nov 18-19 - Mexico City, MX - Corona Capital
Nov 19 - Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez - Iztacalco, MX
Nov 26 - Montreal, QC - Metropolis
Nov 27 - Toronto, ON - Massey Hall
Nov 28 - Royal Oak, MI - Royal Oak Music Theatre
Nov 29 - Chicago, IL - Riviera Theatre
Dec 1 - St. Paul, MN - Palace Theatre
Dec 3 - Denver, CO - Ogden Theatre
Dec 4 - Denver, CO - Ogden Theatre
Dec 7 - Vancouver, BC - Orpheum Theatre
Dec 8 - Seattle, WA - Moore Theatre
Dec 9 - Portland, OR - Roseland Theatre
Dec 11 - San Francisco, CA - Warfield Theater
Dec 12 - San Francisco, CA - Warfield Theater
Dec 13 - Los Angeles, CA - The Wiltern
Dec 14 - Los Angeles, CA - The Wiltern

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Dua Lipa's "New Rules" Is #1 In The UK

DUA LIPA “NEW RULES” #1 IN THE UK

VIDEO PASSES 100 MILLION VIEWS IN 40 DAYS

CURRENTLY #6 ON GLOBAL SPOTIFY CHART

SUPPORTING BRUNO MARS ON TOUR THIS FALL
Dua Lipa has reached a major milestone today, with “New Rules” reaching #1 on the UK charts. This is the first UK number one single by a female solo artist since Adele’s “Hello” in 2015. In addition, the video for “New Rules” has amassed over 100 million views in just 40 days. The track is currently streaming over 8 million times a day, and is sitting at #6 on the Global Spotify Chart. “New Rules” will impact at U.S. radio on August 22nd. Watch the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k2qgadSvNyU.

Dua released the video for “New Rules” earlier this summer with an overwhelming response from fans and the press alike. Buzzfeed declared ““New Rules," is not only your new summer anthem but also the video is a cinematic masterpiece” and PAPER raved “we’re in love with her self-empowered summer vibes.”

The response from fans inspired Dua to call on them to upload covers and lip syncs of “New Rules” online, tagging #DuasNewRules, resulting in a collaboration video showcasing how the song has connected Dua with her fans. Watch #DuasNewRules hereThe track also inspired some expertly executed parodies, like Instagram user @jakewil’s version, which you can see here:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=efTl8sNKHv8.

This September, Dua will return to the U.S. to play 10 shows as the supporting act on Bruno Mars’ 24K Magic World Tour. Dua will join the tour September 14th through September 30th, making stops across the U.S., including two nights at New York City’s iconic Madison Square Garden (see below for full list of dates). Dua is also set to perform at the Life Is Beautiful Festival in Las Vegas on September 24th. She will then return to the UK for a headlining tour, before supporting Coldplay in South America in November.

Dua Lipa US Tour Dates:
9/14    Spectrum Center                  Charlotte, NC*
9/17    FedEx Forum                         Memphis, TN*
9/19    KFC Yum! Center                Louisville, KY*
9/20    Schottenstein Center          Columbus, OH*
9/22    Madison Square Garden   New York, NY*
9/23    Madison Square Garden   New York, NY*
9/24    Life Is Beautiful Festival    Las Vegas, NV
9/26    Prudential Center                 Newark, NJ*
9/27    KeyBank Center                   Buffalo, NY*
9/29    Verizon Center                     Washington, DC*
9/30    Verizon Center                     Washington, DC*

*Dua Lipa supporting Bruno Mars


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LCD SOUNDSYSTEM UNVEIL THIRD TRACK FROM FORTHCOMING ALBUM

LCD SOUNDSYSTEM UNVEIL THIRD TRACK FROM FORTHCOMING ALBUM
“tonite” Now Available for Purchase and with Album Pre-Orders Along with “call the police” & “american dream”
“tonite” Video Now Live at  http://smarturl.it/tonitevideo
AMERICAN DREAM OUT SEPTEMBER 1 ON COLUMBIA RECORDS/DFA
LCD Soundsystem has released a third track from its eagerly anticipated fourth album AMERICAN DREAM: Having premiered today via Apple Music as Zane Lowe’s World Record on Beats 1, “tonite” has been a staple of the LCD live set since its debut performance in April—which moved STEREOGUM to laud it as “an instant classic LCD song. A hardened disco synth line and unrelenting beat push the whole thing forward, making it one of those LCD semi-epics.”
“tonite” will be included with pre-orders placed at http://smarturl.it/americandream along with “call the police” and “american dream,” which were released May 5.
“tonite” has also become the first proper video from American Dream. Directed by Joel Kefali and shot in Melbourne, Australia, the clip can be viewed at  http://smarturl.it/tonitevideo.
AMERICAN DREAM will be released September 1 digitally and on vinyl and CD via Columbia Records/DFA, with a special cassette edition available exclusively through DFA. The album will consist of the following songs:oh baby
other voices
i used to
change yr mind
how do you sleep?
tonite
call the police
american dream
emotional haircut
black screenLCD Soundsystem’s extensive world tour continues with an August 26 appearance at the Hellow Festival in 17 Monterrey, Mexico, followed by a UK/Europe run beginning September 8 in Copenhagen. The North American leg will kick off October 17 at The Anthem in Washington DC.Check lcdsoundsystem.com for further information.LCD SOUNDSYSTEM
2017 Tour
Aug-26-17 Monterrey, MX Hellow Festival
Sep-07-17 Copenhagen, DK Vega
Sep-08-17 Copenhagen, DK Vega – SOLD OUT
Sep-09-17 Copenhagen, DK Vega  – SOLD OUT
Sep-11-17 Amsterdam, NL Paradiso – SOLD OUT
Sep-12-17 Amsterdam, NL Paradiso – SOLD OUT
Sep-13-17 Paris, FR L’Olympia – SOLD OUT
Sep-14-17 Paris, FR L’Olympia – SOLD OUT
Sep-16-17 Manchester, UK The Warehouse Project – SOLD OUT
Sep-17-17 Manchester, UK The Warehouse Project – SOLD OUT
Sep-19-17 Glasgow, UK The Barrowland Ballroom – SOLD OUT
Sep-20-17 Glasgow, UK The Barrowland Ballroom  – SOLD OUT
Sep-22-17 London, UK Alexandra Palace  – SOLD OUT
Sep-23-17 London, UK Alexandra Palace
Oct-17-17 Washington DC  The Anthem – SOLD OUT
Oct-18-17 Washington DC  The Anthem
Oct-20-17 Nashville, TN The Municipal Auditorium
Oct-21-17 Atlanta, GA Coca-Cola Roxy Theatre – SOLD OUT
Oct-22-17 Atlanta, GA Coca-Cola Roxy Theatre
Oct-25-17 Miami, FL James L. Knight Center Theater
Oct-27-17 New Orleans, LA Voodoo Music + Arts Experience
Oct-30-17 Dallas, TX  The Bomb Factory – SOLD OUT
Oct-31-17 Austin, TX Austin360 Amphitheater
Nov-03-17 Detroit, MI   Masonic Temple Theatre
Nov-04-17 Detroit, MI   Masonic Temple Theatre
Nov-06-17 Chicago, IL Aragon Ballroom
Nov-07-17 Chicago, IL Aragon Ballroom
Nov-08-17 Chicago, IL Aragon Ballroom
Nov-09-17 St. Paul, MN  Roy Wilkins Auditorium
Nov-11-17 Broomfield, CO 1st Bank Center
Nov-14-17 San Francisco, CA Bill Graham Civic Auditorium – SOLD OUT
Nov-15-17 San Francisco, CA Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
Nov-17-17 Los Angeles, CA  Hollywood Palladium – SOLD OUT
Nov-18-17 Los Angeles, CA  Hollywood Palladium – SOLD OUT
Nov-19-17 Los Angeles, CA  Hollywood Palladium – SOLD OUT
Nov-20-17 Los Angeles, CA  Hollywood Palladium – SOLD OUT
Nov-21-17 Los Angeles, CA  Hollywood Palladium – SOLD OUT
Dec-02-17 Montreal, QC  Place Bell Arena
Dec-03-17 Toronto, ON Air Canada Centre
Dec-05-17 Philadelphia, PA The Fillmore – SOLD OUT
Dec-06-17 Philadelphia, PA The Fillmore – SOLD OUT
Dec-07-17 Philadelphia, PA The Fillmore – SOLD OUT
Dec-08-17 Boston, MA Agganis Arena – SOLD OUT
Dec-11-17 Brooklyn, NY Brooklyn Steel – SOLD OUT
Dec-12-17 Brooklyn, NY Brooklyn Steel – SOLD OUT
Dec-14-17 Brooklyn, NY Brooklyn Steel – SOLD OUT
Dec-15-17 Brooklyn, NY Brooklyn Steel – SOLD OUT
Dec-17-17 Brooklyn, NY Brooklyn Steel – SOLD OUT
Dec-18-17 Brooklyn, NY Brooklyn Steel – SOLD OUT
Dec-19-17 Brooklyn, NY Brooklyn Steel – SOLD OUT
Dec-21-17 Brooklyn, NY Brooklyn Steel – SOLD OUT
Dec-22-17 Brooklyn, NY Brooklyn Steel – SOLD OUT
Dec-23-17 Brooklyn, NY Brooklyn Steel – SOLD OUT

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Alice Glass Debut Solo EP Out Today

ALICE GLASS
DEBUT SOLO EP OUT TODAY
ANNOUNCES EP RELEASE SHOW AND FALL TOUR
Jupiter Keyes
Alice Glass, the self-titled debut solo EP from Alice Glass, is out now—get it onSpotifyApple MusiciTunes and Amazon. The new EP was written by Glass over the course of the last two years with additional writing and production by Jupiter Keyes, formerly of HEALTH. The EP features “Without Love,” which debuted last week alongside a stunning video directed by Floria Sigismondi—watch it here.
Glass will return to the stage next month, with a celebratory EP release show at Los Angeles’ The Echo September 14. This fall she will also play select, very special headline dates and will join Marilyn Manson as direct support on his North American tour. Please see below for full routing and visit alice-glass.com for more information.
Alice Glass is the first new music from Glass since 2015’s “Stillbirth”, which immediately followed her departure from Crystal Castles.
 
   Jupiter Keyes
ALICE GLASS EP
1. Without Love
2. Forgiveness
3. Natural Selection
4. White Lies
5. Blood Oath
6. The Altar
ALICE GLASS LIVE
September 14                                         Los Angeles, CA                                                 The Echo
September 26                                          Philadelphia, PA                                   Underground Arts
September 27                                        Silver Spring, MD                                           The Fillmore*
September 29                                           Pittsburgh, PA                                                  Stage AE*
September 30                                           New York, NY                            Hammerstein Ballroom*
October 2                                                    Boston, MA                                         House Of Blues*
October 3                                                  Huntington, NY                                        The Paramount*
October 5                                                    Toronto, ON                                                         Rebel*
October 6                                                     Detroit, MI                                         Assemble Sound
October 7                                                  Cleveland, OH                                        House Of Blues
October 8                                                  Columbus, OH                                          Express Live!*
October 10                                                   Chicago, IL                                           Riviera Theatre*
October 11                                                Milwaukee, WI                                                 The Rave*
October 15                                                  Houston, TX                                HOB Peacock Lounge
October 17                                                    Tulsa, OK                                             Brady Theater*
October 19                                                  Denver, CO                                    Fillmore Auditorium*
October 20                                             Salt Lake City, UT                                        The Complex*
October 22                                                 Portland, OR                                               Star Theater
October 23                                                 Oakland, CA                                               Fox Theater*
October 24                                                San Diego, CA                                      The Observatory
October 27                                                Las Vegas, NV                                       House Of Blues*
October 28                                                Las Vegas, NV                                       House Of Blues*
October 29                                                San Pedro, CA                               The Growlers Festival
October 30                                                 Anaheim, CA                              House Of Blues Parish
*with Marilyn Manson

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High and Low Festival Takes Over Southern California

HIGH AND LOW FESTIVAL
TAKES OVER SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA NEXT MONTH

HEADLINERS BRAND NEW SURPRISE FANS WITH THE RELEASE OF THEIR NEW ALBUM SCIENCE FICTION

DEATH CAB FOR CUTIE, TEGAN AND SARA, BEST COAST AND MORE CONFIRMED TO PERFORM

GENERAL AND VIP TICKETS ON SALE NOW


COMEDY LINE UP CURATED BY THE HARD TIMES
PERFORMERS INCLUDE
KURT BRAUNOHLER, MIKE LAWRENCE,
CAMERON ESPOSITO, GUY BRANUM,
RHEA BUTCHER, AND MORE


AUGUST 18TH, 2017 - LOS ANGELES, CA - Next month, High and Low Festival, presented by KROQ, will takeover the NOS Events Center in San Bernardino, CA on September 9th, 2017.

Headliners, Brand New, surprised fans this week with the release of their fifth full-length album, Science Fiction. The album is now available for purchase at www.procrastinatemusictraitors.com.  This is the only show Brand New will play in Southern California this year. Death Cab For Cutie, Tegan and Sara, Best Coast, Bad Suns, and more are also confirmed to play.

In addition to music, The Hard Times curated a comedy area that features stand up comedy from headliners Kurt Braunohler, Mike Lawrence, Cameron Espositoand Guy Branum. Additionally, Eli Olsberg, Emily Heller, Dave Ross, Rhea Butcher, Ryan Long, Chris Fairbanks Allen Strickland Williams, David Gborie, Paige Weldon, Sam Tallent, Solomon Giorgio, Janine Brito, Christ Estrada, and Jay Shingle will be performing. This is the first time The Hard Times has curated a comedy set at a festival and one not to miss.  Stage times will be posted day of.

General admission and VIP tickets for the festival are on sale now. For the full line up, to purchase tickets and for more information, please visit www.highandlowfest.com.

High and Low Festival comes from the mind of Andy Serrao, producer of many successful Southern California festivals and owner of Chain Reaction. A reflection of both Serrao's personal listening tastes and the very nature of music, he says the festival's name has multiple meanings. "Sonically, music has highs and lows, and emotional highs and lows, and with the California topography, we have the mountains, the desert and the ocean," says Serrao. "The name High & Low fit for us, with the vision for where we wanted to go. Great music has got me through every aspect of my life. With every high and every low, came a soundtrack in my head that defined my life. This festival is a good representation of artists that do this for myself, and tons of other people."

High and Low concertgoers can expect a festival with a coherent, cohesive identity, crafted by someone who truly understands what makes a live performance great.

Follow High and Low Festival on social media for day-to-day updates on the festival:

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Gabrielle Shonk Debuts New Track via W Magazine, Announces Self-Titled Debut LP Out 9/29 On Universal Music Canada

Gabrielle Shonk

Announces Self-Titled Debut Album
Out 9/29 On Universal Music Canada

Debuts New Track “Raindrops” With W Magazine
 



“Shonk sounds like an amalgamation of the past 20 years of star female songstresses ...” 
VICE’s Noisey 

 
Last year, Quebec indie-folk singer/songwriter Gabrielle Shonk self-released her first single “Habit.” The track spread like wildfire, grabbing the the attention of VICE’s Noisey who likened Shonk’s vocals to a mix of Alicia Keys, Fiona Apple and Amy Winehouse. Today, Shonk is debuting a new track “Raindrops” via W Magazine from her highly anticipated self-titled debut album out September 29th on Universal Music Canada.
Gabrielle Shonk’s debut album is announced on the heels of her recently released Habit single package, which includes the original single (“habit” currently has over one million streams on Spotify, and the track’s music videohas 154k views and counting), an acoustic version of the track, and brand new French single, “Trop Tard.” Although this is Shonk’s first record, she’s been writing songs since she was fourteen years old. "Sometimes the sound of a guitar on a recording inspires me to write a song,” Shonk explains. “Before chords or lyrics, I begin with a melody. This record is just pretty personal and sums up a bunch of musical influences and songs I’ve carried over the years,”Shonk explains. The album was produced by Simon Pedneault at Wild Studio, La Strip, Planet Studios, and Studio Dandurand in Canada.

Gabrielle Shonk is the natural product of a creative household, raised by a blues-musician father and artist mother in Quebec City. She started singing at a very young age and began writing her own songs as a teenager, soulfully guided by favorites such as Aretha Franklin, Marvin Gaye, Joni Mitchell, and Tracy Chapman. Singing in both English and French, music quickly became Shonk’s universal language. Her musical craft took hold as she went on to study Jazz in University, where she later earned a degree in music. Shonk recently opened for fellow Canadian singer/songwriter Bobby Bazini as well as Rag N Bone Man, Hannah Georgas, Milky Chance and P!nk. This summer, she’s performed at Montreal Jazz Festival, Wayhome Festival, and is currently in the middle of a North American tour. See full list of tour dates below.

Canadian Tour Dates

8/26: L'assomption, Canada @ L’Ange-Cornu
9/2: Montreal, Canada @ Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier                     
9/3: Montreal, Canada @ Mile Ex End Musique         
9/30: Labelle, Canada @ Chapelle du centre communautaire de Labelle                 
10/20: Pont Rouge, Canada @ Moulin Marcoux                    
10/21: Cowansville, Canada @ Église Emmanuel                 
10/26: Ville Marie, Canada @ Theatre du Rift
10/27: Ottawa Gatineau Metro Area, Canada @ La Basoche         
10/28: Laval, Canada @ Maison des Arts de Laval 
11/2: Drummondville, Canada @ Maison des Arts Drummondville                
11/3: Lavaltrie, Canada @ Café culturel de la Chasse-Galerie        
11/9: Victoriaville, Canada @ Cabaret Guy-Aubert  
11/16: Saint Jérôme, Canada @ Salle Antony-Lessard       
11/18:Sherbrooke, Canada @ Boquebière   
11/23: Sorel Tracy, Canada @ Salle Georges-Codling         
11/24: Alma, Canada @ La Boîte à Bleuets              
11/30: Ste Thérèse, Canada   @ Cabaret BMO                    
12/1: Bécancour, Canada @ Moulin Michel de Gentilly                     
12/14: Quebec, Canada @ Salle Octave-Crémazie  
12/16: Terrebonne, Canada @ Le Moulinet              
1/25/18: Saguenay, Canada @ Salle Pierrette-Gaudreault               
1/27/18: La Tuque, Canada @La Pécheresse                      
2/2/18: Val Morin, Canada @  Théâtre du Marais                 
2/3/18: Waterloo, Canada @ Maison de la Culture de Waterloo       
2/7/18: Rimouski, Canada @ Salle Desjardins-Telus
2/8/18: Amqui, Canada @ Salle Jean-Cossette                    
2/9/18: Gaspé, Canada @ Salle de Spetacles de Gaspé     

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