BRONCHO have shared their new video for NC-17, which is lifted from their sophomore album, ‘Just Enough Hip To Be Woman’. it was directed by George Salisbury who summed up the mystery behind the young man’s storyline, “It’s about the corruption of youth going both ways. Kids run towards it, I know I did, and sometimes they have a few tricks of their own.” Watch it below via YouTube.
Canadian Music Week have announced the second round of 2015 festival headliners, including Joey Bada$$, Swervedriver, Lucki Eck$, The Psychedelic Furs, Mick Jenkins, Death Cab for Cutie, Leon Bridges, JMSN and more (see below). The new additions join the previously announced line-up featuring Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, The Jesus and Mary Chain: 30th Anniversary of Psychocandy, Faith No More, GoldLink, FIDLAR, King Tuff and more. For full line up, visit: http://cmw.net/music/artists.
The Jesus and Mary Chain have announced its first full North American run of ‘Psychocandy’ tour dates, hitting new cities in May 2015. A second night at the Warfield in SF has just been added, and tickets go on sale on March 6th @ 10am PST. This will be the continuation of a year of activity by the legendary band not only celebrating the 30th anniversary of ‘Psychocandy’ but also looking firmly ahead to the future.
Broadcast will have their long out of print LPs made available again via Warp Records. Work And Non Work, The Noise Made By People, HaHa Sound, Tender Buttons, The Future Crayon and Broadcast and The Focus Group Investigate Witch Cults of the Radio Age will all be released on March 10, 2015.
A free 8 page 10” x 10” Broadcast booklet, featuring album artwork, will be available for initial orders through Bleep and other independent records shops.
Today, North By Northeast (NXNE) announced performances by “Mr. Wonderful” himself, Action Bronson; indie rock supergroup The New Pornographers; rising hip hop duo Rae Sremmurd; sun-drenched Best Coast, described by Noisey as “Californian badasses, plain and simple”; Real Estate, whose recent album Atlas landed on Stereogum’s 50 Best Albums of 2014 list; Kanye collaborator Ty Dolla $ign; Angel Olsen, who has earned comparisons to Leonard Cohen by NME and Consequence of Sound; Vince Staples, who XXL says is “beyond his years”; Glass Animals, who were recently named Band of the Year by the BBC; Blonde Redhead, after releasing their much lauded ninth album Barragán last fall; rapper Tink, crowned “a no-bullshit teenage feminist” by FADER; Deafheaven, whose music was characterized by Pitchfork as “dire black metal to triumphant post-rock “; and Baths, called the “romantic black sheep” of electronic music by Drowned in Sound.
Julie Fadar and Graham Walsh (Holy Fuck) are set to release their debut album as Etiquette. The band’s debut album Reminisce will be released on March 24th via Toronto’s Hand Drawn Dracula. Pre-order the album here. Etiquette will be playing some dates with Cold Specks in April and May (details below).
Watch the band’s videos for Outside In and Brown and Blue below via YouTube. Both video were directed by Christopher Mills & Gaëlle Legrand.