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  1. This is always a good thing....new Interpol EP coming May 17th. Also, if you read in the press release below, while supplies last, all Matador store orders worldwide will also include a vinyl only “All At Once” 7". It will not be released on streaming services. Interpol today announce a new EP, ‘A Fine Mess’, which will be released May 17th. The new track “The Weekend,” is available to stream and purchase today. Recorded during time spent in upstate New York with Dave Fridmann, the five songs that make up ‘A Fine Mess’ gradually emerged as a body of work with a narrative and flow unto itself. The previously released title track, “Fine Mess,” then received further production from Kaines & Tom A.D. and mixing from Claudius Mittendorfer, who had first worked with Interpol as engineer on ‘Our Love To Admire’. The resulting set is a living, breathing postcard from the band to their fans as they tour the world throughout 2019, and a linear continuation of the visceral and contagious energy setloose with ‘Marauder’. Echoing its title, the artwork for A Fine Mess is illustrated by a series of lost images, recovered from an abandoned police station in Detroit, MI. In a crumbling evidence room – amongst the rubble – an undeveloped roll of film, dated “1-20-96,” featured latent images of a breaking-and-entering scene, the rooms in chaos. From the beguiling refrain of the title track, to the soulful topsy-turvy of “No Big Deal,” cathartic chorus of long sought-after live favorite “Real Life,” anthemic swell of “The Weekend,” and angular shades of ‘Thrones,” A Fine Mess is a bracing and distinct addition to Interpol’s oeuvre. While supplies last, all pre-orders of the A Fine Mess EP will receive a bonus “All At Once” 7”, available only on vinyl, not on streaming services. This value add is available exclusively on Matador’s webstores worldwide. Orders have the option to bundle the “A Fine Mess” t-shirt, and to purchase the t-shirt separately. This bundle is available only on the US Matador webstore and on Interpol’s online store. preorder / stream ‘A Fine Mess’ stream / download “The Weekend” stream / purchase ‘Marauder’ Thursday, March 28 Teatro Vorterix, Buenos Aires AR March 28-April 2 Asuncionico, Asuncion PY March 29-March 31 Lollapalooza Argentina, Buenos Aires AR March 29-March 31 Lollapalooza Chile, Santiago CL April 5-April 7 Lollapalooza Brasil, Sao Paolo BR April 5-April 7 Festival Estereo, Bogota CO Tuesday, April 9 Domos Art, Lima PE Wednesday, May 1 Red Rocks Amphitheater, Morrison CO # Thursday, May 2 Arvest Bank Theatre at The Midland, Kansas City MO % May 3-May 5 Shaky Knees Festival, Atlanta GA @ Saturday, May 25th All Points East Festival, London UL May 30-June 1 Heartland Festival Kvaerndrup DK Sunday, June 2 Best Kept Secret, Hilvarenbeek NE Tuesday, June 4 Palladium, Cologne DE Wednesday, June 5 Schlachthof, Wiesbaden DE Friday, June 7 Nos Primavera Sound Festival, Porto PT Monday, June 10 Adrenaline Stadium, Moscow RS Wednesday, June 12 Green Theatre, Kyiv UA June 21-June 23 Southside Festival, Neuhausen CH June 21-June 23 Hurricane Festival, Scheessel DE Tuesday, June 25 02 Academy Leeds, Leeds UK + Wednesday, June 26 Brighton Dome, Brighton UK + June 27-30, Glastonbury Festival, Glastonbury UK Sunday, June 30 Garorock, Marmande Nouvelle-Aquitaine FR Tuesday, July 2 L’Olympia, Paris FR Thursday, July 4 Les Eurockeennes De Belfort, Belfort FR Sunday, July 7 Beauregard Festival, Caen FR Friday, August 2 Osheaga Festival, Montreal QC # w/ Car Seat Headrest, Japanese Breakfast, Sunflower Bean % w/ Foals @ w/ Lucy Dacus, Liz Phair + w/ Pixx Interpol online : Official Site Facebook Twitter Instagram YouTube Channel
  2. Ceremony teased three videos, which combined give us the (potential) name of their new album on Matador Records: The L-Shaped Man https://instagram.com/p/0pzwkbktHN/ https://instagram.com/p/0pzuEuEtHJ/ https://instagram.com/p/0pzr7CEtHF/ Ceremony’s fifth studio album, The L-Shaped Man, uses singer Ross Farrar’s recent breakup as a platform to explore loneliness and emotional weariness, but it is by no means a purely sad album. Rather than look inward, Farrar uses his experience to write about what it means to go through something heavy and come out the other side a different person. In order to tell Farrar’s story, Ceremony have almost completely stripped back the propulsive hardcore of their previous records, turning every angry outburst into simmering despair. “We’ve always tried to be minimalists in writing, even if it’s loud or fast or abrasive,” says lead guitarist Anthony Anzaldo. “It’s really intense when I hear it. Not in a way where you turn everything up to ten. Things are so bare, you’re holding this one note for so long and you don’t now where it’s going—to me, that’s intensity.” That intensity is apparent on “Exit Fears,” the first full song on the record. It meticulously pairs Justin Davis’ loping bassline, which pulls the track along, with Anzaldo’s icy, minimal guitar work. It brings to mind some alternate version of Joy Division that hasn’t quite lost all hope. It gets close to exploding, but instead plays the shadows, never quite rising above a nervous simmer. The sound is abetted by producer John Reis, who honed his sound in seminal bands like Rocket from the Crypt, Drive Like Jehu, and Hot Snakes. Much of the gravelly aggression he experimented with in those bands is present on The L-Shaped Man.
  3. Pre-Order Link: http://store.matadorrecords.com/stuff-like-that-there Make your otherwise dreary, desperate existence that much more exciting (if only for a few moments) with the MYSTERY BUNDLE. You will receive a YLT full print tote bag containing: a circa 2015 YLT cassingle (w/ new unreleased songs) and MYSTERY STUFF* *Sure, we could specify what the MYSTERY STUFF entails, but that would be like going on Twitter and giving away the ending to whatever appointment TV saga you're watching while sitting around waiting for your MYSTERY BUNDLE to arrive. What kind of JOY KILLERS do you think we are? Fresh off celebrating their 30th anniversary as one of the most beloved and adventurous bands in rock history, Yo La Tengo announce that they will release Stuff Like That There on August 28th via Matador Records and will embark on a world tour starting September 23rd in Troy, NY (tour dates below). The trio of Ira Kaplan, Georgia Hubley and James McNew now return as a quartet, reuniting with former member Dave Schramm on electric guitar as they revisit the original concept of their beloved Fakebook (a mix of cover songs, “covers” of Yo La Tengo songs, and brand new originals) on its 25th anniversary. This unprecedented live set-up -- Ira on acoustic guitar, Georgia up-front on a small kit, and James on upright bass -- marks the first occasion of this particular Yo La Tengo incarnation touring together (and since it took them 31 years to get around to doing so, could very well also be the last). Tracklisting: A1: My Heart's Not in It (Darlene McCrea) A2: Rickety A3: I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry (Hank Williams) A4: All Your Secrets (remake of track from Popular Songs) A5: The Ballad of Red Buckets (remake of track from Electr-o-pura) A6: Friday I'm in Love (The Cure) A7: Before We Stopped to Think (Great Plains) B1: Butchie's Tune (The Lovin' Spoonful) B2: Automatic Doom (Special Pillow) B3: Awhileaway B4: I Can Feel the Ice Melting (The Parliaments) B5: Naples (Antietam) B6: Deeper Into Movies (remake of track from I Can Hear the Heart Beating as One) B7: Somebody's in Love (The Cosmic Rays with Le Sun Ra and Arkestra)
  4. Oakland, CA's Tank Crimes will be releasing the 6th edition in Fucked Up's Zodiac Series this April 15 with a 12"/CD/digital EP of 'Year Of The Dragon'. The titular, epic A-side clocks in at 17 minutes long and is backed by covers of Cardboard Brains' "I Wanna Be A Yank" and The Ugly's "Disorder". The first pressing of the 12" is said to include a 6-minute, edited version of "Year Of The Dragon" on a 7" flexi-disc. Order at: http://www.tankcrimes.com/ Plus the most exciting piece of news... Matador Records will be releasing Fucked Up's new full-length, Glass Boys, in summer 2014. Preorders up at http://store.matadorrecords.com/glass-boys on LP and limited Double LP version which features a second LP with a unique mix featuring only half-time drums.
  5. I love Chavez. Looking all over for LPs of Gone Glimmering [1995] and RIde The Fader [1996.] A few pop up on Discogs now and then in the $60 range. Wondering if anyone has one on hand they're willing to part with. Doubt these will ever see a reissue... then again, their 20th anniversaries are approaching. Cheers.
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