We are very excited for to see Palehound and Weaves perform tonight at Soda Bar.
Both bands have released their second album and are fronted by Ellen Kempner (Palehound) and Jasmyn Burke (Weaves), two talented women with strong and beautiful voices plus combined with intelligent music, makes them great bands to follow, we highly recommend anyone to check them out.
This is Palehound‘s recently released two track 7″ on Saddle Creek Records.
“When I was in middle school my biggest life goal was to release music on Saddle Creek Records. v happy to announce a 7” with them. I wrote “Sea Of Blood” when I was 17 and finally got around to recording it 2 summers ago with Alicia Bognanno of Bully. my friend Sami Martasian did the cover art they are the best” – Ellen Kempner.
Weaves have been nominated for the second time for Alternative album of the year at the Juno Awards, thanks to their second full length album ‘Wide Open’ available via Kanine records, Buzz records, Memphis industries.
This is “Scream” featuring Tanya Tagaq, one of our favorite songs from ‘Wide Open’
Here is the video for the song “Slicked”
by: Alfredo Tellez/Edeath Coffey
We want to wish a very happy birthday to Mike Patton, a man who we are certain is not from this world, because he is amazingly talented, awesome and kind.
Last summer, during Dead Cross first tour, we were lucky to see them perform 4 times and got the chance to meet him. During one of those shows, our little daughter Ofelia, “Dead Cross youngest fan”, got to dance and sing with them, she also played Dave Lombardo‘s drums, here is the video full of awesome people:
By: Alfredo Tellez / Edith Coffey
Their live performance is a bit different from their reunion shows a couple of years ago at the Echo and FYF fest but yet even more energetic and amazing.
This is what their setlist looked like:
Lazarus Online / Soldier’s Grin / Grounds For Divorce / You’re Dreaming / Valley Boy / Incantation / Fine Young Cannibals / Baby Blue / Flies In The Sun / Dear Sons And Daughters of Hungry Ghosts / This Heart’s On Fire / I’ll Believe In Anything
Cloud Shadow On The Mountain / Shine A Light / Kissing The Beehive
Here’s a gallery from the show:
By: Alfredo Tellez / Edith Morales
Body/Head, Kim Gordon and Bill Nace, played the Casbah on January 21st in support of their latest album No Waves out now on Matador Records. Their new album is a collection of live songs (noise) that were performed at the Big Ears Festival back in 2014. Here’s a gallery from the Casbah show:
YO! MY SAINT is a three-pronged artistic endeavor incorporating music, film, and fashion. It’s not just a song, or a film, or clothes. It’s a project, and the culmination of creativity erupting from KENZO’s Spring/Summer 2018 collection.
Limited edition 7-inch single being released in two formats – one 250 pressing which will be available only on Karen O’s webstore and one limited run of 1000 available in Kenzo stores worldwide – starting on January 22.
Here’s a gallery from the show:
The setlist was as follows:
Spook / Little Thing Gone Wild / King Of Bones / Beat the Devil’s Tattoo / Ain’t No Easy Way / Berlin / Bandung Hum / Conscience Killer / Haunt / Question of Faith / White Palms / Stop / Echo / Carried From the Start / Jailhouse Rock (Elvis Presley cover) / Shuffle Your Feet / All Rise / In Like The Rose / Six Barrel Shotgun
Red Eyes and Tears / Ninth Configuration/ Whatever Happened to My Rock n’ Roll (Punk Song)