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I’ve been hesitating. It’s probably because I just can’t get enough of the latest album by A Tribe Called Quest. Listening to a podcast today I wasn’t even thinking their album but then Michael Rapaport brought up the group’s performance on the Grammys and the loss of a key member, so I had to play it. Again. The maturity of that album and the songs(!) get me every time. I’ve even started hitting ATCQ back catalog. Timeless. But it detracts me from what I need to do and the tasks at hand. And again, I’m thinking about Phife’s album that’s supposed to drop this year. And if it’s not something ATCQ relatedo, then it’s that Beach Slang, which has me tightly wound like a crack whore. But I digress. Again.

Today there are a number of releases, monotonous or not, hitting shelves of stores like Haffa Records and Stinkweeds (shameless plugs.) This week, we have a few, um, unexpected albums that made this one scribe really think. About? Well let’s just say life is full of surprises.  Many people probably don’t know about Ten In The Swear Jar; it was a project Jamie Stewart was a part of early on in his musical career (I still have a 10″ they released.) It touched on some of the things he’s done with Xiu Xiu over the past 15 years. But as any fledgling musical group or artist does, he’s evolved. With the band’s new album Forget (Polyvinyl Records) the evolution has continued. I’m hard pressed to simply write-off Xiu Xiu as just another experimental outfit because what Stewart and the band, whose current roster also includes Shayna Dunkelman and Angela Seo, and have put together are a collection of tracks that seamlessly flow from one to another with a deep rooted pop sensibility. But that’s not to say the group doesn’t continue to explore new avenues of sound structuring. The opening “The Call” isn’t how you’d expect a Xiu Xiu song to begin but then again it is. Jamie Stewart immersing himself in other genres of music outside of his Xiu Xiu outfit has possibly contributed to it. The group gets Enyce Smith to quickly rhyme on the track, coming in and out, while the band builds a clever synth-pop track around it, keeping that relentless beat from dissipating. The song is soon followed by “Queen Of The Losers,” which sounds anthemic with images of grandeur. The bitter feel and darkness of previous releases seems to have almost vanished and there’s nary a negative feel here, although the band seemingly wraps Stewart’s sometimes gloomy wordplay around light-hearted music. But that doesn’t happen on “Hay Choco Bananas” where you’re overwhelmed by the wall of sound of instruments that are quite frightening. Stewart’s lyrics begin hauntingly with “The plague / That is your eyes / A joke to break ones heart” does jab knives into you. When you get to “At Last, At Last,” you get the full treatment of interchanging dynamics. When Xiu Xiu is at its most explosive it’s as if the group is punk band for the thinking man. It’s not until getting to “Petite” that you realize Xiu Xiu isn’t just about electronics and beating listeners over the head with synthetics. Here on this sparse track you get the beauty of Stewart’s unique voice and delivery, along with strings and acoustic guitars. Oh the majesty of it all! With Forget, the band has undoubtedly surpassed expectations. The band tears sounds apart and reconnects them with originality and sheer abandon.

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Xiu Xiu – Forget

Well now…. the San Francisco four-piece band Blank Square drops a new album completely different from anything else I’ve listened to today. While the pace isn’t as frantic as I expected, the band takes an unorthodox approach. I dont want to categorize the group’s release, Animal I (Castle Face Records), as some fly-by-night avant-garde recording, although some of those elements may be present but hot damn if this isn’t listenable, again and again. While there may be no new ground broken here by the members of Blank Square, it sounds as if they’ve taken elements of a few 90’s outfits, taken out the bits and pieces that matter, and have created a story that’s both innovative and insane at the same time. You may be overcome with a feel of dread once the 1:28 minute plays. Disjointed guitars are occasionally surrounded by an unrelenting horn section before bellowing with dissonance and a quick rhythmic pace on “Bangers.” There’s grit, and lots of it here and yet it showcases the cohesiveness of it much like how one southern California outfit might do it. Simply put, the members of Truman’s Water would probably be thrilled to hear the band’s take a style they’ve perfected by not perfecting it. But one simple comparison doesn’t do Blank Square justice. After listening to “Exit Saint” I can’t help but think this might be what The Cows would sound like after molesting Brainiac in a vat filled with ice water. And if I were to go back further I’d say they were the great grandkids of the Fall, who happen to take more chances than a whore without a stack of condoms.

Blank Squares - Animal I
Blank Square – Animal I

I can’t help but think that Blank Square doesn’t come to play at being a flash-in-the-pan outfit with visions of grandeur. They’re here simply to  shock an industry with the necessary defibrillator shocking them back to life. Animal I is just that good.

I tried, I really, really did, but Wild Pink and its self-titled release (Tiny Engines) had something I really couldn’t put my finger on with my first run through, but the boys from Brooklyn pieced together a collection of songs that fall short. I can’t say that there’s anything necessarily bad about the the album but there’s nothing that makes the group stand out from an assortment of bands that play every week at a local club. “How Do You Know If God Takes You Back” is probably the group’s strongest song on this 11-song collection of music but an attempt of changing the dynamics of songs fails to nudge listeners into a sense of wanting to listen to more of the album. And of wanting what? Something that doesn’t linger in mediocrity. There are moments the band nudges from a slowcore genre but there’s nothing interesting enough to keep my attention at least.  There are pop-punk sensibilities the band holds onto but doesn’t really work well. Songs ebb and flow from one direction to the other and I don’t feel the need to dwell on each track. “Nothing To Show” though has my attention. But then I realize it’s probably because it reminds me of Superchunk. But it’s more of a time that’s already forgotten in my head. Well, maybe next time… but not this time.

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Wild Pink – S/T

In the tradition of great singer-songwriters, Justin Carter seems to stick out like a sore thumb. Not because he’s better than the ones who have come before him, but it’s because although he’s traversed ground that’s been treaded previously, with his new album The Leaves Fall (Mister Saturday Night Records) I’m hard pressed to squeeze him into just any old sub-genre. No, some know Carter by his collaborative efforts with Eamon Harkin, as half of popular New York party and record label Mister Saturday Night but this release here, really isn’t much of a part of it. While it may be released on the label, The Leaves Fall is occasionally a haunting affair, with Justin’s sweet voice throughout it. The opus, “The Great Destroyer” opens the album with a simple and catch finger-picked guitar line with a cello suddenly entering as Justin’s delicate vocals sound like they would break apart at just about any moment. I can’t get enough of this song. Now while you may believe there’s more of the same to follow, that’s not what happens. The beat drives a number of these songs but fortunately it’s Justin Carter’s voice that reels everything in to streamline The Leaves Fall into a cohesive album. “Infinite Pieces” drown out the world with its syncopated rhythm over the rest of the music. Carter begins showing his easy flowed range here, and it doesn’t even sound like he’s trying too hard. It works though. And then it dips into “Know It All” where it goes back to the basics again with one instrument under his vocals. THIS is how we know there will be a reckoning with Justin Carter.

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Justin Carter – The Leaves Fall

He’s able to pull out all the stops on his songs in whichever mode he’s set to. Here I’m sure he’s fully aware of the beauty of his song structure, sprinkling it with background harmonies. It does sound as if he has a full orchestra behind him at times, and while he may utilize other musicians for their talent here and there, this is strictly a Justin Carter affair. “With The Old Breed” he makes everything sound so damned easy. Again, that feel of multi-person musical unity treads all throughout the song. This time around though, it’s the fragility of the music that threatens to fall apart.  But minds are blown with “Leaves” which don’t threaten to take the beat further, it just simply does. The odd-man-out of a track you’d be likely to find on the dance floor rather than a hipster coffee shop. It’s obvious the man can do it all which makes The Leaves Fall one of my favorite albums of the year.

 

 

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The One With Thor Talk

Every week Ghettoblaster feature writers (and dear cousins!) Brian LaBenne and Luke LaBenne will be bringing you fresh new songs with the hopes of introducing you to some that you may consider to be the best song ever.  Both Brian and Luke have no idea what songs the other has picked, so what you are hearing is their genuine reaction to listening to the songs together.  Also, if you enjoy this episode, head to ITunes to subscribe and rate our podcast with the highest rating available to you.

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Songs Played on The One With Thor Talk

Angel Haze – “Resurrection” from her upcoming sophomore album due in 2017

Wild Pink – “Great Apes” from their debut self-titled LP out February 10th on Tiny Engines

Hurray for the Riff Raff – “Rican Beach from The Navigator out March 10th on ATO Records

Uniform – “Tabloid” from Wake in Fright out January 20th on Sacred Bones

James Supercave – “Esther Reed” out now on Fairfax Recordings

Tim Darcy – “Tall Glass of Water” from Saturday Night out February 17th  on Jagjaguwar

The Clean – “Stars” from the 15th anniversary deluxe remastered version of their 2001 album Getaway out now on Merge Records

Louise Burns – “Who’s the Madman” from Young Mopes out February 3rd  on Light Organ

The One With Luke’s New Catchphrase

Welcome back to Ghettoblaster Magazine’s Best Song Ever podcast!  Every week Ghettoblaster feature writers (and dear cousins!) Brian LaBenne and Luke LaBenne will be bringing you fresh new songs with the hopes of introducing you to some that you may consider to be the best song ever.  Both Brian and Luke have no idea what songs the other has picked, so what you are hearing is their genuine reaction to listening to the songs together.  Also, if you enjoy this episode, head to ITunes to subscribe and rate our podcast with the highest rating available to you.  Thanks for checking this out, we hope you enjoy the show!


Songs Played on “The One With Luke’s New Catchphrase”

Red Pill- “90s Money” from Day Drunk EP out now on Mello Music Group

Mannequin Pussy – “Denial” from Romantic out now on Tiny Engines

Tallisker – “Salanfe” from the upcoming Heliotrop EP out on November 11

Kadhja Boney- “Honeycomb” from The Visitor out now on Fat Possum Records

Pale Honey – “Real Thing” single from Bolero Recordings

Cakes Da Killa – “Gon Blow (feat. Rye Rye)” from Hedonism out now on Ruffians

John K. Samson – “Fellow Traveller” from Winter Wheat out now on Anti-

The Men – “Crime” from the upcoming album Devil Music out on November 11th on We Are the Men

Special thanks to the band Congress for allowing us to use their song “Pond Fight” from their debut album Ugly Eye for our opening song!


The One About Australia

Welcome to the very first episode of Ghettoblaster Magazine’s Best Song Ever podcast!  Every episode Ghettoblaster feature writers (and dear cousins!) Brian LaBenne and Luke LaBenne will be bringing you fresh new songs with the hopes of introducing you to some that you may consider to be the best song ever.  Both Brian and Luke have no idea what songs the other has picked, so what you are hearing is their genuine reaction to listening to the songs together.  Also, if you enjoy this episode, head to ITunes to subscribe and rate our podcast with the highest rating available to you.  Thanks for checking this out, we hope you enjoy the show!


 

Songs Played on “The One About Australia”

Crying – “Wool in the Wash” from Beyond the Fleeting Gales out now on Run for Cover Records

Lizzo – “Good as Hell” from Coconut Oil EP out now on Atlantic Records

D.D. Dumbo – “Satan” from Utopia Defeated out now on 4AD Records

Dirty Projectors – “Keep Your Name” on Domino Recording

Julia Jacklin – “Coming of Age” from Don’t Let the Kids Win out now on Polyvinyl Records

Rafter – “You Are the Last of Your Kind” from the upcoming album XYZ out this Friday, October 28th on Joyful Noise Recordings

Personal Space – “Offering” from Ecstatic Burbs out now on Tiny Engines

Pavo Pavo – “Ran Ran Run” from the upcoming album Young Narrator in the Breakers out on November 11th on Bella Union Records

Special thanks to the band Congress for allowing us to use their song “Pond Fight” from their debut album Ugly Eye for our opening song!


 

 

Welcome to Future Sounds! Every Wednesday Ghettoblaster brings you a handful of singles from upcoming albums to excite and entice your ears. Below you’ll find songs that really stand out as essential listening. So please sit back, relax and treat yourself to some seriously great music.

Swet Shop Boys – T5 (Customs)


 

Swet Shop Boys is a very exciting new rap group made up of Indian American rapper Heems from Das Racist and British Pakistani rapper Riz MC, better known as Riz Ahmed the actor who portrays Naz in the fantastic HBO series “The Night Of.”  T5 is the first single from their upcoming album Cashmere out on 10-14 from Swet Shop Boys own Customs label.  The track begins with vintage Heems lyricism: so witty, so sad and so true.  What starts out as a party anthem as they are kickin’ it in Jaffa, Haifa and Ramallah “looking for love in Palestine” soon turns bleak when they are in an airport attempting to fly home.  “Oh no, we’re in trouble! TSA always wanna burst my bubble. Always get a random check when I rock the stubble” is the so sad that its funny hook in T5.  Donald Trump’s name gets dropped, obviously, and the super short song culminates in the refrain: “Terminal 5 / Terminal 1 / Think we’re termites / Wanna terminate us.”  It’s an unfortunate song for our times, but one that Swet Shop Boys were meant to create with irreverence and flair.


American Football – I’ve Been So Lost for So Long (Polyvinyl Records)


There is a new American Football album coming out soon.  Man, it felt good to type that sentence out.  This is fantastic news as fans of the band have grown great in number and only have one album and one ep from this truly awesome Emo band.  Sure, Mike Kinsella has been releasing solid albums under the name Owen, including one of the best albums of this year, but nothing has been quite as good as American Football’s self-titled opus.  Their new material could have ended up feeling forced (has anyone heard the new Jimmy Eat World song from this week?) but luckily the band seem like they’re picking up from where they left off.  This is just beautifully intricate music that embraces the label “emo” in both subtle and blatant ways.  Musically they have always put together truly fascinating arrangements that are in the same category as The National and do not necessarily scream emo.  Lyrically, however, Kinsella treats American Football like a vehicle for his diary entries with lines like “If you need me / don’t / you can’t trust a man who can’t find his way home” and “I feel so sick / Doctor it hurts when I exist.”  Yet, it all works wonderfully together and results in one of the best songs of the year.  American Football’s next self-titled album is out 10-21 on Polyvinyl Records.


Mannequin Pussy – Emotional High (Tiny Engines)


Philadelphia punk band Mannequin Pussy are back with a vengeance, releasing their sophomore album, Romantic, on 10-28 from Tiny Engines.  Emotional High is the first taste we are getting from the album and it is delicious.  It is a classic loud, crunchy punk song with a nice pop edge to it and is so short that you’ll just want to listen to it on repeat all day.  Most punk songs are not as lyrically warm and fuzzy as Emotional High, which really works for this track.  It’s all about that emotional high you feel when you get nostalgic about all the great people in your life who have sacrificed for your benefit.  Although the song is airy where lyrics are concerned, musically it is definitely heavy and in your face.  This is a pummeling song, forceful and assertive and definitely one to blast.  If the remainder of the album is anything like Emotional High, Romantic could end up being one of the most enjoyable albums of the year.


Kero Kero Bonito – Graduation (Double Denim Records)


Hit play and buckle up for Kero Kero Bonito’s Graduation, the awesome new single from their upcoming album, Bonito Generation, out 10-28 on Double Denim Records.  Kero Kero Bonito is a British band who are inspired by video games and J-Pop music, all of which definitely shines brightly through on Graduation.  The music has video game-esque sound effects of lasers over an almost trap like beat.  It’s an interesting combination that will have your head bobbing.  Super pop female vocals sing the chorus and eventually turn into awkward rapping in English and then Japanese; again, it’s a combination that strangely totally works.  Lyrically this song will be easy to identify with for anyone who spent years and years on education and graduated only to find they didn’t learn anything and have no job prospects, but luckily they “even got a hat that I can throw.”  It’s an absurdist and cartoonish song in the best way possible and should inspire anticipation for what is to come from Kero Kero Bonito.


 

Tiny Engines announce a new full-length from Cleveland, OH’s Signals Midwest. The label will issue the band’s new LP, At This Age, in September of 2016. Recorded at Atlas Studios in Chicago, IL in September of 2015, the album was produced by Into It. Over It.’s Evan Weiss. CD/LP Pre-Orders are now live. Digital pre-order on Bandcamp. All other digital outlets can be found here.

Signals Midwest have announced Fall shows and the band will once again be playing The Fest as well. Full dates listed below.

At This Age will follow up the band’s previous LPs on Tiny Engines, 2013’s Light On The Lake and 2011’s Latitudes And Longitudes. You can stream those albums on Bandcamp or Spotify.

SEP 10 – Ferndale, MI @ The Loving Touch w/ Bear Vs. Shark

SEP 14 – Cleveland, OH @ Mahall’s 20 Lanes w/ Violent Soho

SEP 17 – Toronto, ON @ Bovine Sex Club w/ Choke Up

SEP 18 – Montreal, QC @ L’Esco w/ Choke Up

SEP 19 – Quebec City, QC @ TBA w/ Choke Up

SEP 20 – Winooski, VT @ The Monkey House w/ Choke Up

SEP 21 – Boston, MA @ Great Scott w/ Choke Up

SEP 22 – Oaklyn, NJ @ Studio Luloo

SEP 23 – Philadelphia, PA @ Everybody Hits

SEP 24 – Brooklyn, NY @ Aviv SEP 25 – Washington, DC @ DC9

SEP 26 – Richmond, VA @ TBA

SEP 27 – Durham, NC @ Duke Coffeehouse

SEP 28 – Charlotte, NC @ Lunchbox Records

SEP 29 – Louisville, KY @ Spinelli’s

SEP 30 – Athens, OH @ House Show TBA

OCT 01 – Columbus, OH @ The Summit w/ The Gunshy

OCT 02 – Moline, IL @ The Island w/ The Gunshy

OCT 04 – Milwaukee, WI @ 8th Note Coffeehouse w/ The Gunshy

OCT 05 – Minneapolis, MN @ House Show TBA w/ The Gunshy

OCT 06 – Madison, WI @ The Greenhouse w/ The Gunshy

OCT 07 – Chicago, IL @ Cobra Lounge w/ The Gunshy

OCT 14 – Cleveland, OH – RECORD RELEASE SHOW @ Grog Shop

OCT 27-28 – Ybor City, FL @ Pre-Fest OCT 29-31 – Gainesville, FL @ The Fest 15

Purchase, NY’s Adult Mom announced a Summer Tour with Forth Wanderers. Full dates listed below. The band is also in the midst of recording their sophomore album, tentatively scheduled for release in early 2017 on Tiny Engines.

Adult Mom is the project of one Steph Knipe of Purchase College, NY. Started in, and forever brewed in a bedroom, Adult Mom is an exploration into the darker subjects of life, the personal and explicit we are often told to keep to ourselves. At the forefront of Adult Mom is honesty and intimacy as Knipe writes clever pop songs that offer a glimpse into the journey of a gender-weird queer navigating through heartache, trauma and subsequent growth.

May 20 – New York, NY @ Shea Stadium
May 21 – Boston, MA @ Middle East Upstairs
May 22 – Montreal, ON @ Le Divan Orange
May 23 – Ottawa, ON @ Black Squirrel Books
May 24 – Toronto, ON @ Smiling Buddha
May 25 – Cleveland, OH @ Mahall’s Locker Room
May 26 – Lansing, MI @ Jade House
May 27 – Chicago, IL @ Subterranean
May 28 – Madison, MI @ Williams Magnetic Recording Company
May 29 – Minneapolis, MN @ Licorice Beach
May 31 – Bloomington, IN @ The Void
June 01 – Columbus, OH @ Double Happiness
June 02 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Mr. Roboto Project
June 03 – Washington DC @ Comet Ping Pong
June 04 – Montclair, NJ @ TBD
June 05 – Philadelphia, PA @ Philamoca

Tiny Engines recently welcomed Omaha, Nebraska’s See Through Dresses to the label roster. Fresh off tour dates with Cursive and Beach Slang earlier this year the band recorded six new songs that make up their Tiny Engines debut, End Of Days. The six-song 12-inch is now available for Pre-Order. Digital pre-order on Bandcamp or iTunes. The band recently finished up another tour run including dates with Cymbals Eat Guitars. More shows coming soon!

You can hear the second single from End Of Days now. “Drag Scene” is streaming exclusively on Stereogum. “Haircut” previously premiered on Noisey, along with a band interview.

The band’s 2013 Self-Titled LP is available for streaming/download on Bandcamp, iTunes and Spotify.

Principal songwriters Mathew Carroll and Sara Bertuldo, along with drummer Nate Van Fleet and bassist Alex Kirts, have crafted a catalogue of songs indebted to classic post-punk and new wave artists of the ’80s, but their sonic footprint more closely resembles the textural treatments of ’90s dream-pop and shoegaze. The arrangements often build as though to erupt, only to implode. There are moments when Bertuldo and Carroll sound noxious and distant, their voices doused in reverb, their guitars droning and pulsing. When the clouds look dark, See Through Dresses offer flashes of pure pop sunshine to punctuate those moments of isolation and distance.

Tiny Engines welcomed Brooklyn NY’s Haybaby to the label roster earlier this year. The label will release the band’s debut LP, Sleepy Kids, in the Fall of 2015. The LP is now available for Pre-Order.

You can stream the second single from Sleepy Kids right now. “Doored” is premiering exclusively on Noisey. Haybaby was also recently tagged by Stereogum as a Band To Watch and the first single, “Her” premiered along with an interview with the band.

Somewhere between the art punk of Blonde Redhead and Sonic Youth, the classic indie rock of The Pixies and The Breeders and the attitude of Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Haybaby impatiently reside. The band also sprinkles a little bit of sludge and noise pop into the mix and balances their raw energy with deceptive and captivating melodies. There are brilliant structures at play here as Haybaby deftly allows these songs to create their own personalities. The band can be in your face with lyrical realness one moment while the next finds them casually sneaking a beautiful line right past you. But, regardless the approach, direct or indirect, Haybaby are thoughtful and creative with every musical step they take. These songs simply draw you in. They tell you stories. They kick your ass. They make you feel something. Sleepy Kids is the sound of a band probing to find that sweet spot and we’re just happy to listen to the process.

Worcester, Massachusett ‘s The Hotelier have announced a new Fall tour in October with Runaway Brother, Oso Oso and The Spirit Of The Beehive. This is in addition to upcoming dates with Beach Slang and Rozwell Kid later this month and The Get Up Kids and Josh Berwanger in September. The band continues to support their first two albums, both released on Tiny Engines in 2014/2015. All dates and ticket links can be found here.

Aug 16: Brooklyn, NY @ Brooklyn Flea Market w/ Japanese Breakfast Aug 22: Worcester, MA @ The Firehouse w/Uh-Huh, Kiss Concert

Dates w/ Beach Slang, Rozwell Kid

Aug 23: Pittsburgh, PA @ Mr. Roboto Project

Aug 24: Cleveland, OH @ Now That’s Class

Aug 25: Indianapolis, IN @ Hoosier Dome

Aug 26: Kansas City, MO @ Davey’s Uptown

Aug 28: Denver, CO @ Riot Fest

Dates w/ The Get Up Kids, Josh Berwanger

Aug 29: Salt Lake City, UT @ Urban Lounge

Aug 31: Vancouver, BC @ The Venue

Sep 1: Seattle, WA @ The Crocodile

Sep 2: Portland, OR @ Hawthorne Theatre

Sep 5: San Francisco, CA @ The Independent

Sep 6: Sacramento, CA @ Ace of Spades

Sep 8: West Hollywood, CA @ Troubadour

Sep 9: Santa Ana, CA @ The Observatory

Sep 10: San Diego, CA @ The Observatory North Park

Sep 11: West Hollywood, CA @ Troubadour

Sep 12: Phoenix, AZ @ The Crescent Ballroom

Sep 14: Dallas, TX @ Gas Monkey Live

Sep 15: Houston, TX @ Walter’s

Sep 16: Austin, TX @ Mohawk

Dates w/ Runaway Brother, Oso Oso, The Spirit Of The Beehive

Oct 21: Rochester, NY @ The Bug Jar

Oct 22: Toronto, ON @ Hard Luck

Oct 23: Lansing, MI @ Mac’s Bar

Oct 24: Chicago, IL @ Beat Kitchen

Oct 25: Dekalb, IL @ The House Cafe

Oct 26: St. Louis, MO @ The Demo

Oct 27: Memphis, TN @ The Hightone Cafe

Oct 28: Nashville, TN @ The End

Oct 30-Nov 1: Gainesville, FL @ The Fest

Nov 2: Atlanta, GA @ Purgatory at The Masquerade

Nov 3: Charlotte, NC @ Neighborhood Theatre

Nov 4: Washington DC @ DC9

Nov 5: Philadelphia, PA @ First Unitarian Church

Nov 6: New York City, NY @ Studio at Webster Hall

Nov 7: Hamden, CT @ The Space

Nov 8: Somerville, MA @ Cusine En Local