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1QI: toyGuitar, Crab Legs, Craig Taylor-Broad, Ali Muhareb

Posted Feb. 5, 2016, 8:59 a.m.
1QI: toyGuitar, Crab Legs, Craig Taylor-Broad, Ali Muhareb
Welcome to our almost daily quickie Q&A feature: One Question Interviews. Follow us at facebook & twitter and we'll post an interview four days each week, typically every Monday-Thursday.
 
After our social media followers get the first word, we post a wrap-up here at the site and archive them here. This week check out Q&As with toyGuitar, Crab Legs, Craig Taylor-Broad, and Ali Muhareb.

Jack (toyGuitar)
SPB: What’s the story behind your name?
Jack: There isn't much backstory on this one. I think I stole the idea of the name "toy guitar" from Spike Slawson or Kent Jamieson (NOFX tour manager). I can't remember which of those two had it first. It was either something like Spike was playing in a kids band or Kent and I were gonna start a kids band and so that name was sorta floating around. It was soooo long ago. But yeah, it's got a very not serious ring to it, which I really like.  There were some other names kicked around briefly, but I think everyone kinda liked toyGuitar. The whole one word, upper/lower case thing started shortly after to make it a little more unique, I guess--and it stuck. So, there you have it, the linguistic history of "toyGuitar".   
BJ Moore (Crab Legs)
SPB: What’s the biggest secret about the Fargo scene (unbeknownst to outsiders)? 
BJ: So, that question could be answered numerous ways, but since every member of Crab Legs plays in at least one other band, I focused on the music scene here.
What’s the biggest secret about the Fargo scene?
That a growing, supportive music scene actually exists here would surprise a lot of people. Fortunately it does, and there are some great people, great bands, and a few very supportive venues here.
Besides being known for a stupid movie involving a woodchipper, its drunkenness, or it' college football team, Fargo is home to numerous bands of various genres. There are so many choices: doom (Egypt, Benefactor), pop punk (Crab Legs, High Hopes), melodic hardcore (Baltic to Boardwalk, Bergeron), catchy punk rock (What Kingswood Needs, SuperCruiser), d-beat (Narcissistic Youth, Shit On Top Of Shit), heavy hardcore (Swing Low, Atrocities), or some good ol' grindcore (Gorgatron). There's a great indie scene, a smaller folk scene, and numerous noise projects are popping up.
A lot of the bands that I mentioned spend a lot of time on the road, besides working day jobs, booking shows, and, for some, volunteering at a local all ages venue, the New Direction.
The New Direction hosts numerous touring punk, hardcore, metal, and indie bands of all sizes. The Aquarium bar hosts similar bands, and you can enjoy your music loud with a few beers there. The Red Raven Coffee House hosts a lot of folk, indie, and acoustic acts, as well.
Fargo may not be as big as Minneapolis, and it might be a frozen winter wasteland for far too long each year, but its scene is our little secret that we get to nourish and take great pride in.
Craig Taylor-Broad
SPB: All creative people invest something of themselves into their work, but this seems especially true with regard to your solo work. Do you find it difficult to get into the right mood or mindset to perform these songs either when recording or in a live setting?
Craig: I think in terms of playing my songs live, the hardest thing is keeping a leash on the moment. Even old songs that aren't exactly relevant anymore spark a memory. There have been some intimate gigs where I'm halfway through a song and it's affecting me, and I can see it's affecting the audience also. The hardest thing then is not falling apart in the moment, holding back those tears I can feel burning into my eyes, and finish the set! 
I think the biggest difficultly for me is creating, playing gigs, recording, and not letting the nature of my songs, the emotion of them affect my current mood. The hardest thing isn't so much getting in the right frame of mind to play emotional songs but having the ability to disconnect from them once the performance has past. It's something I've always struggled with, and continue to do so.
Ali Muhareb
SPB: It seems like there's been renewed interest in psychedelic music in recent years.  Have you noticed any differences between the psychedelic scene in the United States and that which you've encountered while touring overseas? 
Ali: I find the question you asked me very interesting! It's got me thinkin' all sorts of thoughts. Nostalgic memories of my travels aside, this question has got me trying to figure out what exactly “psychedelic music” is. It's more than delay and reverb drenched vocals/instrumentation, it's forward thinking yet heavily indebted to tropes and stylistic choices of the past. I'm trying to find out what things cannot qualify as psychedelic(is there such a thing as psychedelic noise? psychedelic new-age?)...
One thing's for certain: it is a movement and it is growing. With psych fests popping up all over from Portland, Oregon to Seattle, Washington, from Austin, Texas to Liverpool, England...it's a huge movement.
One of the better shows I had the pleasure of seeing was in Milan, Italy. I had played a show at this venue called Cox 18 (a wonderful venue inside an anarchist squat) and had such a blast that I decided to stay a few extra days and explore the city. Luckily, La Societa Psychedelica were throwing a second show that month and I got to catch Black Bombaim and The Cosmic Dead a couple nights later. They fucking rocked. What struck me was that, even though these bands were from Portugal and Scotland, they would absolutely destroy on stage in my hometown and many others in the US. Same experience I had when I played with Mary and The Hookers (split, some members now go by Dead Vibrations) that their understanding of psychedelic music was very similar to ours. I guess this shouldn't have been a shock - psychedelic music first emerged in the US, so it makes sense that it's all got a unified sound...
That is a terribly long answer to the question, here's a TL;DR
I did not really notice a big difference between the psychedelic scene I've encountered in the US and those that I encountered overseas. It's a cool, inclusive, international movement and it's bringing people together from all sorts of backgrounds and I can only hope that it becomes more inclusive.
But then again, what is “psychedelic” music? I'm not sure I know, but psych fests always have the coolest show flyers.
 

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True Widow wraps up recording session

Posted Feb. 3, 2016, 9:13 p.m.
True Widow wraps up recording session

Jen Shu

Texas trio True Widow have finished recording their upcoming fourth full-length with Matt Pence.

The album is their first since Circumambulation (2013) and is planned for a release this summer on Relapse Records.

The band will be on tour this April.

 

True Widow Tour Dates:
March 19 Dallas, TX Spillover FestApr 16 Austin, TX The MohawkApr 17 Houston, TX The SatelliteApr 19 New Orleans, LA Sisters in Christ RecordsApr 20 Atlanta, GA The EarlApr 21 Raleigh, NC KingsApr 22 Richmond, VA Hardywood Park Craft BreweryApr 23 Washington, DC DC9Apr 24 Philadelphia, PA Boot & SaddleApr 26 Allston, MA Great ScottApr 27 Brooklyn, NY Saint VitusApr 28 Pittsburgh, PA Smiling MooseApr 29 Columbus, OH Double HappinessApr 30 Chicago, IL SubterraneanMay 1 St. Louis, MO Firebird
4/16-4/23 Slimy Member support4/24-5/1 Drab Majesty support

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Bands NOFX tell-all book

Posted Feb. 2, 2016, 8:35 p.m.

NOFX tell-all book

NOFX has announced a tour of both music venues and bookstores this April in support of a revealing book on the band's history and experiences. Titled NOFX: The Hepatitis Bathrub and Other Stories, it ...

Bands Phobia 4-disc retrospective

Posted Feb. 1, 2016, 8:11 p.m.

Phobia 4-disc retrospective

Phobia - Decades of Blastphemy

Grindcore brethren PHobia have announced a two-decade retrospective of their career on a 4 CD set via Melotov Records. Titled Decades of Bastphemy and out on March 4, the four disc set collects at 17 ...

Bands Near Mint Welcomes Rocky Votolato and His New EP

Posted Jan. 31, 2016, 11:53 p.m.

Near Mint Welcomes Rocky Votolato and His New EP

Rocky Votolato will be releasing his new EP, Sawdust & Shavings, on February 4th via Near Mint. The EP features stripped down versions of songs from his 2015 release, Hospital Handshakes, as well as new material ...

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Bands Lody Kong (Zyon and Igor Cavalera) debut

Posted Jan. 30, 2016, 8:45 p.m. in Bands by Loren

Lody Kong (Zyon and Igor Cavalera) debut

Lody Kong - Dreams and Visions

Mascot Label Group has announced the debut album from Lody Kong, Dreams and Visions, out on March 25. With a "mix of grunge, post-hardcore, thrash ...

Supporting SOULFLY on the following UK Dates
30 January – O2 Islington Academy, London
2 February – Academy Green Room, Dublin, Ireland
5th February – Academy, Manchester
7th February – Slade Rooms, Wolverhampton
 
01. Chillin', Killin'
02. Dreams and Visions03. Kreative Center04. Pig In The Pen05. Rumsfield06. Smashed and Blasted07. Some Pulp08. The Dangerous Quest09. Topaz10. Venomous Kool-Aid

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Bands Face To Face Stream New Track, 'Double Crossed'

Posted Jan. 29, 2016, 12:29 a.m. in Bands by Aaron H

Face To Face Stream New Track, 'Double Crossed'

If you head over to A.V. Club, you can check out Face to Face's new track, "Double Crossed." The song comes from their ...

Bands 1QI: Humans, Grade, Flannel Gurl Records, Dear Boy

Posted Jan. 26, 2016, 3:05 p.m. in Bands by Cheryl

1QI: Humans, Grade, Flannel Gurl Records, Dear Boy

Welcome to our almost daily quickie Q&A feature: One Question Interviews. Follow us at facebook & twitter and we'll post an interview four days ...

Robbie (Humans)
SPB: How does being in a band compare to being a forest fire fighter?
Robbie: Being in a band is somewhat similar to being a fire fighter.
Reason #1: In both jobs you have to carry lots of awkward things in awkward places. Firefighting wins out on this though, as the things are more awkward, as are the places you carry them. For instance: 
"Robbie, please take this massive helicopter net that is very tangled through that swamp and beyond into the 6-foot high thorn bush and wait for further instructions." 
"Yes Sir!"
25 minutes and 165 wounds on forearms and face later.
"Is this far enough?"
"No. take it even further."
Reason #2: You feel like a rock star when entering a new town. Again, firefighters win on this account as well though, because when you're entering the town, instead of 1 very tired friend with you, you have 20 chest thumping men and women who are burly and sexy and you all take over a bar and hotel for 3 days of "rest" from the fireline. It is here that you try and meet girls, end up getting in fights, eat hot food, make friends with the local coffee shop and usually end up helping the locals move, or painting a house or something. ROCK STAR STATUS
Kyle Bishop (Grade)
SPB: Who is your favorite 1970s artist?
Kyle: Black Sabbath
Jonathan Ashwell (Flannel Gurl Records)
SPB: What is your favorite record store? How did you discover it?
Jonathan: Like coffee shops where ever we go, we try to visit any and all independent record stores when visiting a city we have never been before. We try and treat any visit to any record store as something that is particularly special and should never be taken for granted. We have only visited Graveface Records and Curiosities in Savannah, GA once. This visit to Graveface was special to us because our friend and famous graphic artist, Ryan "The Hornet" McCardle, worked there. We typically only get to see our friend about every 6 months and while we were on our way home from Fest 11, we asked Ryan if he would be working that day and he said yes, hence why we stopped by. (If he wasn't working I doubt we would have stopped by because it was about an hour out of our way from our destination, which was home.) The record selection was vast and the curiosities were just neat. We got to hold a copy of Boys Don't Cry by The Cure on vinyl and we both cried a bit, Kimmi more so. It wasn't for sale, but it is still neat to hold artifacts. Also, right around this time Black Moth Super Rainbow just self released Cobra Juicyfollowing a super successful Kickstarter campaign and they made those masks to promote the album. One of the masks were there that day and we happened to come by it and I kept pestering Ryan that we were going to put it on and wear it around the shop. We always tell our friends who are going to be driving through Savannah, GA to stop by this shop because it is special and one of a kind.
Ben Grey (Dear Boy)
SPB: What is your favorite TV theme song?
Ben: I'm afraid you've touched on a bit of a nerve because I love TV theme songs. I will give you three.
* Twin Peaks & Angelo Badalamenti -  Too much has been written about this piece of music, so I'm just going to go ahead and spare you. But I will say that it's just insane how something can set a tone for a show that has such inarticulate tone. It's perfect and I'm sure this is the first you're hearing of that.
* Friends & The Rembrandts - This song is so ubiquitous that you don't really even realize how rad it is. Sounds like The Housemartins meets The Soup Dragons meets The Hoodoo Gurus and it totally works on its own. It's so classic that you can't even listen to it.
* Perfect Strangers & Jesse Frederick / Bennett Salvay - I don't want anybody to think I had these names at the ready. Looked it up. Glad I did. This track is so under appreciated. It's legitimately triumphant and crazy well composed. I love it. Unapologetically had it on my Winamp in jr. high. The only tune that is soaring enough to hype you up for Balki.
 

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Bands At the Drive-In Announce World Tour and Tease New Music

Posted Jan. 22, 2016, 12:51 a.m. in Bands by Aaron H

At the Drive-In Announce World Tour and Tease New Music

At the Drive-In will be reuniting for a world tour this Spring in Europe with Le Butcherettes and North America this Summer. They have also ...

Mar. 23: Los Angeles, California at The Fonda
European Tour w/ Le Butcherettes:Mar. 26: Dublin, Ireland at Vicar StreetMar. 27: London, United Kingdom at RoundhouseMar. 29: Paris, France at TrianonMar. 30: Cologne, Germany at PalladiumMar. 31: Amsterdam, Germany at MelkwegApr. 1: Brussels, Belgium at Ancienne BelgiqueApr. 2: Luxembourg, Luxembourg at Den AtelierApr. 4: Berlin, Germany at ColumbiahalleApr. 5: Vienna, Austria at Arena ViennaApr. 7: Milan, Italy at FabriqueApr. 8: Lausanne, Switzerland at Impetus FestivalApr. 10: Barcelona, Spain at Razzmatazz
North American Tour:May 15: Atlanta, Georgia at Shaky Knees FestivalMay 17: Nashville, Tennessee at Marathon Music WorksMay 19: Chicago, Illinoise at Riviera TheaterMay 22: Columbus, Ohio at Rock on the Range FestivalJune 3: San Francisco, California at The WarfieldJune 6: Portland, Oregon at Crystal BallroomJune 7: Vancouver, B.C. at Commodore BallroomJune 8: Seattle, Washington at Showbox SodoJune 13: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania at The FillmoreJune 14: Washington, D.C. at 9:30 ClubJune 17: New York, N.Y. at Terminal 5June 18: Boston, Massachusetts at House of BluesJune 21: Detroit, Michigan at St. AndrewsJune 23: Toronto, ON at Phoenix Concert Hall

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Bands 1QI: Max Levine Ensemble, Cloud Rat, Afraid of the Basement, Swahili Blond

Posted Jan. 19, 2016, 12:52 p.m. in Bands by Loren

1QI: Max Levine Ensemble, Cloud Rat, Afraid of the Basement, Swahili Blond

Welcome to our almost regular quickie Q&A feature: One Question Interviews. Follow us at facebook & twitter and we'll post an interview four days ...

Nicole (Swahili Blond)
SPB: (Hypothetically) If your children were to start a band what would you tell them?
Nicole: "Let your mind go, and your body will follow"
(a quote from LA Story)
 
Elias (Afraid of the Basement)
SPB: Your label and zine seems to take pride in nice-looking product. Talk about the difficulties funding such consistently aesthetically pleasing product at the DIY level. 
Elias: It's funny that you bring that up man. I don't like complaining about it, but funding a zine is a fuckin’ money pit. But I still do it and don't regret the thousands I've lost in that pit! I refuse to let print media die. I say it's a money pit because:
One) because it's expensive, even if you have your own printer that can print 11x17 pages, it still would use SO MUCH black ink it’s just insane. And if you get it done professionally like I do, at such a low run (about 150 each issue, I've printed three issues, and re-issued the first issue three times and the second issue twice, so I’ve released about 900 zines altogether, and I've sent them to about 10 different countries--pretty cool, but I'm getting off track sorry). It hurts you. I use a local place that had the best prices around and really it's not TOO bad but I don't even use the best paper haha. 
Two) because no one wants to buy zines anymore. It's sad but true. If anyone DOES happen to have a couple extra bucks at a show or event it’s so much more likely to go to a record or a shirt or, most likely, beer. And who can blame people? It's fuckin rough out there. Gotta get your kicks first. I get it. But I think I ended up giving away about 85% of the zines I printed merely because I wanted people to read it more than I wanted to make back the money that I already put up anyway so who cares if I don't get it back. I knew from the beginning this wasn't exactly a wise investment. I suggest taking it on only if you have some money to play with. I usually end up getting a few runs around tax return time every year.
Three) I'm a goth so unlike many zines AOTB has mostly black backgrounds, I use a LOT of black ink. I appreciate the compliment on my layouts. I'm proud of my 'messy but organized' aesthetic and it's definitely the aspect I put the most effort into. Except for contributed articles, I do every aspect of the zine, and the rest of my company. Outside of some outsourced art (very rarely), I have no partners and do everything single-handed. I've actually been a designer for about 15 years, since I was about 13 years old, I taught myself how to use photoshop so I could make a Dragonball z website haha. Good thing because now I make a living off it. I bring this up because although I use a specific look/style for AOTB Fanzine I am capable of much more professional AS WELL as much more messy/punk aesthetics. I'm for hire ;) I do band logos, websites (basic ones, I’m old), banners, album covers, flyers, ads, etc etc!! (email below)
One last thing, luckily now I'm able to "capitalize" (judge if you want, but we all gotta eat) on another venture now: I've turned Afraid of the Basement into a video label as well now, in addition to releasing various unauthorized "gray market" releases of older bands that never got the proper video/live/music video/documentary treatment, I've since moved on to doing OFFICIAL authorized releases including the punk documentary DESTROY CLEVELAND, the upcoming documentary THE DICKS FROM TEXAS, and tons of live sets , EXCLUSIVE to AOTB including PART 1 Live in Philly, CAPITALIST CASUALTIES LIVE (In Japan and a bonus set + Music Video), as well as T.O.M.B. / Dreadlords and Cape of Bats. Sorry for the shameless plug!! Check out what I have available for now at AFRAIDOFTHEBASMENT.COM or email me directly for better and more specific deals/inventory at DAIFORME@GMAIL.COM!
 
Brandon (Cloud Rat)
SPB: Do any of your musician friends have tinnitus?
Brandon: Absolutely! Actually, Rorik himself apparently has a mild on and off case of it. I've mostly heard of folks getting it that way where it's not necessarily permanent but sort of a reoccurring spell that gets really obnoxious. Definitely 'heard' (pun intended!) some gnarly stories about getting woke up at night with a whistling howl of death in ones ears. I myself enjoy dangerously large doses of obscenely loud and violent harsh noise (Incapacitants, LHD, Taylor Swift, Paranoid Time, Skin Graft etc.!)  and have also played drums mostly without ear protection for the better part of 12+ years, not to mention the countless all too loud basement shows, DJ sets, Swans gigs and so on...So I'm AMAZED that I can at all hear the wind blow, insect sounds at night, a whispering child, or even the sound of my own voice for that matter. Though, I always figure the sooner my ear drums pop, the sooner I can retire aye?! Hails!
 
David Combs (The Max Levine Ensemble – guitar, vocals)
SPB: What’s the worst tour experience you’ve had? Have you ever been stranded?
Combs: On our first cross-country tour back in 2004 our friend's van, Black Betty, died in the mountains of Nevada. We got towed to Reno, but the tow truck driver couldn't take us all so some of us hid underneath the equipment loft in the van while it was being towed. Somehow when we got to Reno, someone there had a van and some free time offered to take us on the rest of the tour. So we were only stranded for one day. That wasn't the worst tour experience I've had though. I don't want to talk about that.

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Bands Neurot announce Mirrors for Psychic Warfare

Posted Jan. 18, 2016, 1:53 p.m. in Bands by Loren

Neurot announce Mirrors for Psychic Warfare

Scott Kelly (Neurosis) and Sanford Parker (Buried At Sea), both also of Corrections House,  have teamed up with Mike IX Williams (Eyehategod) and Bruce Lamont ...

Mirrors For Psychic Warfare Track Listing:1. Oracles Hex 2. A Thorn To See3. CNN WTZ 4. I'll Try You All 5. 43

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Bands Tortoise tour

Posted Jan. 16, 2016, 6:44 p.m. in Bands by Loren

Tortoise tour

photo by Andrew Paynter

Tortoise, who return with their first new album since 2009--The Catastrophist, out Jan. 22 on Thrill Jockey Records--will also embank on an extensive US tour ...

Tortoise Tour Dates:Sat. Jan. 23 - Chicago, IL @ Thalia Hall [In The Round performance] (early & late show) — SOLD OUTSun. Jan. 24 – Milwaukee, WI @ Mad PlanetSun. Feb. 7 - Copenhagen, DK @ Vega Jr. *^Mon. Feb. 8 - Hamburg, DE @ Fabrik *^Tue. Feb. 9 - Berlin, DE @ Berghain *^ - SOLD OUTWed. Feb. 10 - Antwerpen, BE @ Trix *^Thu. Feb. 11 - Utrecht, NL @ Tivoli *^Fri. Feb. 12 - St. Gallen, CH @ Palace *^^ Sat. Feb. 13 - Geneva, CH @ Antigel Festival *Sun. Feb. 14 - Zürich, CH @ Stall 6 ^^ [Tix]Mon. Feb. 15 - Reutlingen, DE @ Franz.K [Tix] *Tue. Feb. 16 - Vienna, AT @ Arena *^ [Tix]Wed. Feb. 17 - Budapest, HU @ A 38 [Tix]*Thu. Feb. 18 - Zagreb, HR @ Mochvara*Fri. Feb. 19 - Bologna, IT @ Locomotiv Club*Sat. Feb. 20 - Rome, IT @ Monk Club* Sun. Feb. 21 - Milan, IT @ Magnolia Club*Mon. Feb. 22 - Istanbul, TR @ CRR Concert Hall Tue. Feb. 23 - London, UK @ Village Underground * - SOLD OUTWed. March 9 - Minneapolis, MN @ The Cedar Cultural Center #Fri. March 11 - Ann Arbor, MI @ The Blind Pig # [Sat. March 12 - Toronto, ON @ Lee’s Palace # Sun. March 13 - Montreal, QC @ Fairmount # Mon. March 14 - Northampton, MA @ Iron Horse #Tue. March 15 - Cambridge, MA @ The Sinclair #Wed. March 16 - New York, NY @ (Le) Poisson Rouge #Thu. March 17 - Brooklyn, NY @ Littlefield #Fri. March 18 - Philadelphia, PA @ Underground Arts # Sat. March 19 - Washington, DC @ Black Cat # Sun. March 20 – Charlottesville, VA @ The Southern # Mon. March 21 – Asheville, NC @ The Orange Peel # Tue. March 22 - Louisville, KY @ Headliners Music Hall # Wed. March 23 - Newport, KY @ Southgate House Revival #Thu. March 24 - Indianapolis, IN @ Radio Radio #Tue. April 26 - Boise, ID @ Radio Boise TuesdayWed. April 27 - Seattle, WA @ The Crocodile Thu. April 28 - Vancouver, BC @ Imperial [Fri. April 29 - Portland, OR @ Revolution Hall Sat. April 30 - Sonoma, CA @ Sonoma Winery / Redwood Barn Sun. May 1 - San Francisco, CA @ Great American Music Hall 
Mon. May 2 - Los Angeles, CA @ Teragram Ballroom Tue. May 3 - Solana Beach @ Belly Up Wed. May 4 – Phoenix AZ @ Desert Daze Phoenix at Crescent BallroomFri. May 6 - Austin, TX @ Mohawk Sun. May 8 - Dallas, TX @ Dada Mon. May 9 - St. Louis, MO @ The Ready Room Tue. May 10 - Chicago, IL @ Metro Wed. May 11 - Lawrence, KS @ Granada Theater Thu. May 12 - Denver, CO @ Bluebird [Tix]Fri. May 13 - Salt Lake City, UT @ Urban Lounge Sat. May 14 - Albuquerque, NM @ LaunchpadFri. May 27 - Torino, IT @ Cap10100Sat. May 28 - Brescia, IT @ Latteria Molloy Sun. May 29 - Munich, DE @ Feierwerk Mon. May 30 - Frankfurt, DE @ Das Bett Tue. May 31 - Paris, FR @ TBA Wed. June 1 - Koln, DE @ Kulturkirche Thu. June 2 - Besancon, FR @ La RodiaSun. June 5 - Nimes, FR @ This Is Not A Love Song FestivalMon. June 6 - Toulouse, FR - Metronum Wed. June 8 - Metz, FR @ Les Trinitaires Thu. June 9 Tourcoing, FR @ Le Grand Mix Fri. July 3 - Keflavik, IS @ Asbru (ATP Iceland) Tue. July 5 - Berlin, DE @ Columbia Theater * w/ Sam Prekop^ w/ Blondie Brownie^^ w/ Little Tornados# w/ Mind Over Mirrors

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