The North Carolina indie-folk trio returns to the road on the heels of its new album, Fences (Ramseur Records). Crafting a set list that evenly mixes new and catalog tunes, the group boasts a sound "bursting with irresistible melodies, unexpected lyrical gems, and moments of profound honesty, all anchored by expert songwriting skills" (Time Out New York).
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One of London's most sought-after DJs also leads this ensemble fusing the fringes of electronic and house music with spiritual jazz and post-rock that has earned a Pitchfork Best New Music and Resident Advisor's Album of the Year. Their tour includes a light reactive laser show, and new music will be performed on this US run around Coachella weekends.
Armed with a seductive blend of R&B, hip-hop and folk, as well as an alter ego, this young enigma hailing from Lost Springs demonstrates why he’s “the most mysterious man in music” (Ones To Watch) with his new concept album Roadhouse 01 (Communion Records).
The virtuosic, shape-shifting guitarist/composer and Esperanza Spalding collaborator performs music from new album Preverbal (Ropeadope), a kinetic exploration of harmony and rhythm that NPR says ”advances the ideals of modern jazz even when, sonically speaking, it gestures in other directions.”
Guiding light Alynda Segarra returns to her hometown to perform songs off the group's latest album, The Navigator (ATO), a thrilling call to arms that finds itself at both a musical and cultural crossroads, delving deep into the worlds of Latin rhythms, searing rock and incisive ballads.
The duo’s homecoming show comes on the eve of the release of debut LP YOUNG (Arts & Crafts). The album was co-produced by Autre Ne Veut and Nicolas Vernhes (The War on Drugs, Dirty Projectors), and NPR’s All Songs Considered says the music “unfolds with disarming intricacy” and praises the “splendor of its deliberate harmony.”
One of LA’s leading modern country artists performs music from his anticipated sophomore LP, Tenderheart (4/14 via Six Shooter Records), which fine-tunes his “SoCal Country” sound: a sun-bleached, Baja-influenced twang that deftly points to country’s neo-traditionalists and LA’s legendary singer-songwriters.
After selling out Rough Trade, Hana Elion and JJ Mitchell add a second hometown show on the release day of their lush and dreamy debut album, YOUNG (Arts & Crafts). These shows kick off a nationwide tour that showcases music beloved by the New York Times, Pigeons & Planes and NPR’s Bob Boilen, who writes, “It's thrilling to know that one of the best albums of 2017 is made by two of the best friends you'll ever witness on a stage.”
An impressed Joseph Gordon-Levitt invited the Helsinki teenager to fly to LA to perform on his hitRECord TV special – and the Finnish multi-instrumentalist hasn’t looked back since. The songwriter and her five-piece band offer a captivating performance brimming with honest lyrics, indie-pop optimism and Regina Spektor-like cinematic arrangements.