The Fader recently premiered the title track for Dave Heumann's debut solo album Here in The Deep.
Check out the video here:
Tortoise is back with The Catastrophist, their first new album since Beacons of Ancestorship! You can hear the first single from the album, "Gesceap," now.
The album is available to pre-order on CD and 180 gram or turquoise vinyl. We have an exclusive shirt designed by Tortoise's own John Herndon that is ONLY available to our mail-order customers!
North American and European tour dates announced:
Jan. 23 - Chicago, IL - Thalia Hall
Jan. 24 - Milwaukee, WI - Mad Planet
Feb. 7 - Copenhagen, Denmark - Vega Jr.
Feb. 8 - Hamburg, Germany - Fabrik
Feb. 9 - Berlin, Germany - Berghain
Feb. 10 - Antwerp, Netherlands - Trix
Feb. 11 - Utrecht, Netherlands - Tivoli
Feb. 12 - St. Gallen, Switzerland - Palace
Feb. 13 - Geneva, Switzerland - Antigel Festival
Feb. 14 - Zurich, Switzerland - Stall 6
Feb. 16 - Wien, Austria - Arena
Feb. 17 - Budapest, Hungary - A 38
Feb. 18 - Zagreb, Croatia - Mochvara
Feb. 19 - Bologna, Italy - Locomotiv Club
Feb. 20 - Rome, Italy - Magnolia Club
Feb. 22 - Istanbul, Turkey - CRR Concert Hall (Jazz Festival)
Feb. 23 - London, UK - Village Underground
Mar. 9 - Minneapolis, MN - The Cedar Cultural Center
Mar. 11 - Ann Arbor, MI - The Blind Pig
Mar. 12 - Toronto, ON - Lee’s Palace
Mar. 13 - Montreal, QC - Fairmount
Mar. 14 - Northhampton, MA - Iron Horse
Mar. 15 - Cambridge, MA - The Sinclair
Mar. 16 - New York, NY - (Le) Poisson Rouge
Mar. 17 - Brooklyn, NY - Littlefield
Mar. 18 - Philadelphia, PA - Underground Arts
Mar. 19 - Washington, DC - Black Cat
Mar. 20 - Charlottesville, VA - The Southern
Mar. 22 - Louisville, KY - Headliners Music Hall
Mar. 23 - Newport, KY - Southgate House Revival - Sanctuary
Mar. 24 - Indianapolis, IN - Radio Radio
Circuit des Yeux kicked off her European tour on Sunday September 19th at Incubate Festival in Tilburg, Netherlands.
The tour will take her across all parts of Europe. Please check out our tours page for a full list of dates.
Evan Caminiti has added some tour dates in Europe this October. He'll be supporting Liturgy, Bitchin Bajas and Three Trapped Tigers on selected dates.
Please check out tours section for full list of shows.
Decibel premiered the kaleidescopic new video for Golden Void's "Burbank's Dream." Check it out.
Ben Ratliff from the New York Times caught Circuit des Yeux's shows in Brooklyn on September 13 and 14, and walked away from the experience wishing for more!
"A full-band Circuit des Yeux show these days is a forceful and elegant process with resonance and harmony and drones, a gathering force around its deep-voiced pressure center, the singer, guitarist and songwriter Haley Fohr," Ratliff writes. "I’ve seen two over the last month. I could see another right now."
Read the full New York Times live review of Circuit des Yeux's shows here.
Dan Friel will be touring Europe with labelmates Lightning Bolt from this November, including a number of festival appereances. Please visit out tours section to view all the listed dates.
Check out the first single Life (Pt. 1) taken from Dan's forthcoming new album 'Life', due out October 16th.
Dave Heumann has announced a bunch of inimate European shows for this November in support of his forthcoming debut solo album 'Here In The Deep'. The tour will include headline shows and dates with Chelsea Wolfe and Om.
Check out the current list of dates via out tours page on the website!
Guitarist Extraordinaire Dustin Wong will be joining Beach House on their extensive October & November headline tour.
These will be his first live dates in Europe in over two years, and first in the UK since 2011. Armed with a guitar and numerous loop and effects pedals, Wong's astounding live performances are intricate and detailed, building a sonic empire out of beautifully constructed singular elements.
View the full list of dates on our tours page.
Dave Heumann's debut solo album gets an excellent 8/10 score in the new November issue of Uncut Magazine in the UK! Read the review online HERE
"For all their heavy psychedelic groupthink, Arbouretum have often looked from a distance like a vehicle for Heumann’s own vision, and the correlation between “Here In The Deep” and what has preceded it implicitly confirms as much. Arbouretum’s thicker drones are sometimes replaced by more dappled textures that privilege the folk-rock formalism that has long underpinned much of Heumann’s music, with the lovely “Ides Of Summer” chiming in a way reminiscent of REM’s “Green Grow The Rushes”. An incantatory churn through the traditional “Greenwood Side”, though, would’ve sat neatly enough on Arbouretum’s last set, “Coming Out Of The Fog” (2013). And it’s fitting that the album pivots on a ruminative jam, “Ends Of The Earth”, on which Heumann, in elevated Richard Thompson-esque form, is joined by his regular bandmates."