Upcoming Releases

19461 ron flieger   press9

Ron Flieger will release his emotion-charged debut EP Feel Your Love, June 12. It features the renowned electronic producer on guitar and vocals. 

Check out the lead single and title track premiering today via CLASH Mag in the UK http://www.clashmusic.com/news/premiere-ron-flieger-feel-your-love

Flieger debut track `All I Want` reached upwards of 40.000 streams in just a few short weeks. Radio stations like FluxFM (Winner Best Radio Station Worldwide 2014) & Sveriges Radio P3 added `All I Want` to their playlists. The Hype Machine blog Tonspion even named Ron `Dr. Beat` after reaching the No.1 top position as most downloaded track. All of this led to a brand-new deal with Universal Music Group in the year 2015. 

Originally signed as a singer-songwriter to Warner Music at 22, Ron has most recently been making a name for himself as a remixer for buzz-worthy acts such as Crystal Fighters, Atlas Genius, The Ting Tings, Foster The People and Ladyhawke. The success of his remixes which found themselves with over 400,000 plays on Soundcloud, multiple Top 10 positions on the Hype Machine charts, features on BBC Radio, Indie Shuffle, Electronic Beats, Red Bull Music, has given Ron a household name as an established remixer and composer in his own right.


18880 yukonblonde byoliviajaffe.

Yukon Blonde’s new album On Blonde will be released June 16 via Dine Alone Records and is available for pre-order starting today.
It’s a more dynamic and more visceral album than our previous records,” explains frontman Jeff Innes. “We were more ambitious writing On Blonde so it’s sort of ironic that in experimenting we created a more accessible record than ever before.” 
On Blonde builds on Yukon Blonde’s reputation for seamlessly crafted pop songs with infectious melodies and hooks, all the while experimenting with psychedelic, digital and synthetic sounds.
Produced by Colin Stewart (Black Mountain, Dan Mangan, Sleepy Sun) and mixed by Tony Hoffer (M83, Beck, Foster the People, Air, Depeche Mode), On Blonde effortlessly finds its place in the contemporary indie pop landscape.
Analogue synthesizers, modulating Moog saw tooth leads, and FM soft pads, create an atmosphere akin to city street summer midnight meanderings. Wiry guitars, stabbing or jangly make way for fuzzed out phasing lead tones. This sonic atmosphere permeates through the entirety of the record.
The album is an exercise in pop pleasures ranging from spiky guitar-driven tracks (often recorded with a Dinosaur Jr. flare for the dramatic), to Depeche Mode-dark synth songs (“Starvation”), and irrepressible sing-alongs (lead single, “Saturday Night”).
“Saturday Night” – which premiered last month via 
Paste – sees a video premiere today via Stereogum. The decadent and camp-laden video bridges punk, disco and glam rock while playing with notions of ego and sexuality in a single-shot format. It’s directed by Mac Boucher (Grimes, Te Shi) and stars drag queen Sapphire.
Boucher says “I first saw Sapphire perform at a drag show nearly a year ago, and I knew I had to work with her in some way. She’s animated, glamorous, and is straight up one of the best performers I’ve ever seen. The idea of a drag queen is fascinating, because dissimilar to transgender, the drag queen’s purpose is to perform, provoke, and really, really question what you’re seeing… which is always a good thing in my opinion. Sapphire’s character, ‘Diva’, similar to Tim Curry’s in Rocky Horror, has a commanding presence that literally pulls us through the environment.” 
On Blonde is now available for pre-order with instant grat tracks “Saturday Night” and “Como” available as immediate downloads.

19053 the 20wooden 20sky 20press 20photo 204 20copy

The Wooden Sky have announced their highly anticipated fourth album Lets Be Ready, out6/16 via Nevado MusicThis release marks the start of new beginnings, as the tireless roots rockers conceived the album amidst a time of many changes while they parted ways with one of the groups founding members. In order to give each song a unique perspective and to encapsulate their raw live energy, the band, alongside producer Chris Stringer (Timbre Timbre, Ohbijou) decided to record the album across various studios throughout Toronto.
The album opens with the upbeat track “Saturday Night”, which combines shimmering guitar melodies over heart heavy lyrics. “Baby Hold On” offers up the bands stylistic dexterity as it shifts from folk to country and back again, while singer Gavin Gardiner’s soulful draw is supported by the bands gospel-like backing harmonies. “Shake For Me” starts off slowly and continues to build as it finally peaks with the last minute swirling into a wash of guitars and drums. The first single “Maybe Its No Secret” showcases the band’s raw live energy while lyrically dealing with the hardships and nomadic lifestyle of being in a touring band.

The Wooden Sky draw on both thoughts of the past as well as what lies ahead as Lets Be Ready marks a step forward for the band. Be sure to catch them live in Southern California this May ahead of the album release, and stay tuned for more chances to experience the band’s most dynamic and confident album to date on a stage near you.

5/18: Los Angeles, CA @ School Night at Bardot
5/19: San Diego @ Seven Grand
5/20: Santa Ana @ Constellation Room w/ San Fermin
7/24-7/26: Seattle, WA @ Capitol Hill Block Party
w/ TV on The Radio, The Kills, Built To Spill & More

19402 press 20pic 20  20phase 20one24982

All Signs Point To Yes​ is the first solo release from Tokyo Police Club bandleader Dave Monks. Made up of six songs written after the completion of the band’s most recent album,Forcefield, the EP will be released on Tuesday, June 16 via Dine Alone Records and it will be available for pre-order on Tuesday, May 26. The first single is “Gasoline” which premiered today on Stereogum who described it as “a glimmering little folk-pop gem from one of indie rock’s great young minds.” The song is available to listen to and share on Soundcloud as well as to purchase on iTunes.
All Signs Point To Yes was written and completed ​over the latter half of 2013, while Monks was falling in love with a new person and a new place. Inspired by that romantic relationship and a move from Toronto to Brooklyn, Monks sought to hone in on the honesty in his songwriting, stripping away other sounds in order to focus the spotlight on his voice and acoustic guitar. The result is an EP of fully formed, earnest, and insightful songs that serve as both a natural evolution and familiar embrace of Monks’ music.
Removing the other instruments also revealed a creative freedom for Monks, inspiring a simplicity and directness to which all songwriters aspire. “As I was writing these songs I just thought, ‘What if this i​s​ the song, what if it just starts with me and I don’t have to add anything else and I can embrace all the things that come most naturally to me?’ There’s definitely less stuff to hide behind. I think I was learning some of that when we were making Forcefield,​to be simple and direct, but it’s not always the best when you have three other guys ready to go. You can really strip it back and do that when there’s just one.” It’s worth noting that this project has been fully cheered on by Monks’ Tokyo bandmates, who helped guide him and, as he says, “keep it real.”
Settled in his new place in Bushwick, Monks embraced the collaborative spirit and structure of New York City, adding a new bass player and drummer to the project while sharing songs constantly with his girlfriend and other musician friends. “It’s definitely honest,” he says of his voice on the EP, which he recorded himself in his apartment before handing over to be mixed by Rob Schnapf. “It could be too honest for some people but I’m in a really good spot and wrote a bunch of sweet songs. I appreciate the connection that comes from sharing something that somebody might not have seen, that’s not visible to the naked eye. People do relate to it, and I find that super rewarding; that drives me in a lot of ways. I’m trying to understand what people really want to get out of music.”
Despite all its sincerity and intimacy, A​ll Signs Points To Yes s​till manages to avoid being too wistful or overly serious while still giving us a very real look into the life of its singer. It i​s a small record with a big heart, a snapshot of a man in a new time and new place who is learning to expand his reach, all while stripping away the superfluous and concentrating on connecting through trust, humor, and sincerity.
All Signs Point To Yes Tracklisting
The Rules
Miss You

19528 svoy 20press 20shot 202 20by 20shervin 20lainez

Svoy will release his highly anticipated new album, Symphony No. 1: "What Happened When I Was Asleep" June 23th, 2015, via Svoy/Songs of Universal, Inc.

Strange and brilliant. That's the first thought that comes to mind when you hear Svoy's music. The NYC-based Universal Music Group producer/writer/artist returns with a new album, Symphony No. 1: "What Happened When I Was Asleep", this summer.    

Described as a "…Robot-driven repetitive-trance big-rhythm cold synth-pop modern-chart soul futuristic electro-disco techno meister" by Big Takeover Magazine, an artist who is "…Not afraid to explore" by TheCelebrityCafe.com, with his music characterized as "…Poignant. Complex. Refreshing" by Billboard,"…Expertly produced" by PopMatters, "…Sophisticated. Hypnotic. Sexy" by AllMusic.com and having "…Depth and resonance" as reported by JazzTimes Magazine, Svoy is dubbed by Tower Records Japan nothing less than "…Electropop prince".


What Happened When I Was Asleep, a continuous 40-minute alternative electronic composition in 10 movements interweaved with Svoy's own vocals, influenced by extended forms in classical music, 20th and 21st-century popular song tradition, as well as the genres of breakbeat, dub, ambient, r&b, jazz fusion, rock and neoclassical, is a brooding odyssey through the palette and amplitude of human emotions, a ride filled with an array of twists, turns, dashes betwixt dark, light, dismay, bliss, agony, affection, offense, sorrow, hope, conciliation, wisdom. "The piece and its plot took several years to shape, but what it turned into has brought me the level of satisfaction, both as a composer and listener, that I can barely describe. However each of the ten movements is a full-fledged standalone micro journey, in order to experience the full effect, I could not encourage stronger to hear the entire composition non-stop, as if it was a film or theatrical play setting" says Svoy, a self-taught producer, singer, lyricist and visual artist who, besides the cover of "The Long and Winding Road" by The Beatles and "I Shot Her Down" by Adam Levy, composed and built the project by himself from the first note and lyric written to the completion of all stages of record production, including keyboard and rhythm programming, voice, arranging, recording, mixing, mastering, artwork design and music video direction. Svoy also created lighting and visuals for his stunning one-man show that successfully debuted at Brooklyn's ShapeShifter Lab. 

Born Mikhail Tarasov in Vladivostok, an undulating fast-paced port city on the Russian Pacific coast, which every 6 months or so his deep-sea professional diver Dad would leave on red rescue ships bound overseas and his simultaneous-translator professor of English Mom would remain in to get the rest of the family through blustery snowless winter, Tarasov took 7 years of classical piano from renowned Far-Eastern professor Mary Kalman who was later instrumental in his move to Moscow, further studies with celebrated musicians/professors Igor Bril and Yury Saulsky and graduation as a pianist at the country's best contemporary music institution, Gnessins' Academy of Music. 

After winning several important competitions, including Special Prize from The National Academy of Composers, Tarasov received a full scholarship to attend Berklee College of Music in Boston, where he graduated with a Professional Music Degree after 3 years of majoring in jazz piano. While in Boston and New York, Tarasov impressively won two prestigious music competitions in a row: the BMI Pete Carpenter Fellowship Award, presented personally by legendary TV composer Mike Post (Law & Order, NYPD Blue, Magnum P.I., among other primetime shows) and BMI John Lennon Award, presented personally by Yoko Ono. Soon after, he made considerable noise on social network MySpace as the writer/singer/producer of the frantic ingenious electronic song "Driving Away" under the moniker Svoy (that can be translated from his native language as "self-contained"), which rapidly led to signing a record deal with Beverly Hills-based label Rendezvous and a major publishing deal with Universal Music Group, followed by U.S. release of his debut self-produced album Eclectric to wide international critical and audience acclaim. 

He continued with Billboard-charting Independent Music Award-winning album Automatons on Tokyo-based historic label P-Vine Records shortly after, along with several other critically well-received records, and participated in a number of notable collaborations with some of the most innovative international music icons, including crafting a string arrangement with Kenny Garrett for his Grammy-nominated album Pushing the World Away (2013), co-producing an electroacoustic jazz song with Meshell Ndegeocello for renowned vocalist Claudia Acuna and co-writing several songs with Ilya Lagutenkoand Sergio Galoyan. Tarasov cites Kenny Garrett, Meshell Ndegeocello, Peter Gabriel, Boards of Canada, Telefon Tel Aviv and Pat Metheny Group among his most important musical and personal influences.

"To this moment, I have had a tremendously interesting and informative life, both as a musician and a person. I have lived in 3 countries and 5 cities for extended periods of time, met many remarkable people that I learned from and shared knowledge with. I have absorbed countless sound waves and have been allowed opportunities to give back with sounds of my own" says Svoy. "For all of this I am unendingly thankful and I cannot wait to see more.”


19532 unnamed 2
05/28/2015, Blue Foundation Premieres Live Video with BlackBook Magazine
05/28/201505/28/2015, Blue Foundation Premieres Live Video with BlackBook Magazine
While we're waiting for the new output from Blue Foundation, we can enjoy this rare live recording of the band. 'Punk Rock' is a part of a 4 track live EP the band will release June 15th on their own output Dead People's Choice Records. MORE» More»

While we're waiting for the new output from Blue Foundation, we can enjoy this rare live recording of the band. 'Punk Rock' is a part of a 4 track live EP the band will release June 15th on their own output Dead People's Choice Records. The song describes Blue Foundation's brainchild Tobias Wilner's attending a concert with a friend’s band in Copenhagen. "I went to see you play a gig in May. Your band was great and so where you and we screamed louder, louder, louder'' sings Wilner on top of a drony sound created and played by the free jazz drummer Federico UghiBo Rande, and Sonya Kitchell. The beautiful footage in the video is shot from one of the concerts on their latest Asian tour.
'Punk Rock' will appear on the next album from the band and will feature guest vocals by Erika Spring of Au Revoir Simone.

Brooklyn-based electronic dream-pop duo Blue Foundation is made up of producer/singer Tobias Wilner and multi-instrumentalist Bo Rande.
Over the past several years, Blue Foundation has expanded their audience, embracing both the underground, and the alternative mainstream with
cooperations with such different artist as the legendary DJ Krush, Jonas Bjerre (Mew) andMark Kozelek.
They’are best known for their songs “Eyes on Fire,” which appeared in the Twilight saga,and was certified double platinum in the US, and “Sweep,” from Michael Mann’s Miami Vice.
The band’s music has also been featured in TV series The O.C., So You Think You Can DanceCSI:Miami, and more.
The band released their album In My Mind, I Am Free on their own Dead People’s Choice Records last year. The release was followed up in January 2013 by remix album In My Mind I Am Reconstructed, which is available via iTunes and other digital retailers.
Stay tuned for more from Blue Foundation!


11027 msmr
05/28/2015, MS MR reveal "Painted" video with FADER and announce How Does It Feel album release on 7/17 via Columbia Records
05/28/201505/28/2015, MS MR reveal "Painted" video with FADER and announce How Does It Feel album release on 7/17 via Columbia Records
Critically acclaimed music duo MS MR have announced new details of their highly anticipated forthcoming album. How Does It Feel, featuring the explosive lead single “Painted,” will be released July 17 via Columbia Records. Today, MS MR partnered with The FADER to premiere the music video for “Painted.” MORE» More»

Critically acclaimed music duo MS MR (Lizzy Plapinger and Max Hershenow) have announced new details of their highly anticipated forthcoming album. How Does It Feel, featuring the explosive lead single “Painted,” will be released July 17 via Columbia Records.
Today, MS MR partnered with The FADER to premiere the music video for “Painted,” a collaboration between the band and director Tabitha Denholm (Florence and the Machine, Haim, Jessie J). “We were thrilled to work with Tabitha to bring ‘Painted’ to life in our new video,” the band says. “We were heavily inspired by Kubrick as well as the 1970s documentary ‘The Secret Life of Plants.’ Focusing on the lyric: what did you think would happen/when you put me in unnatural space, we wanted to explore the juxtaposition of natural and unnatural environments and what happens when they're forced to reckon with one another. The end result is a virtual reality psychedelic experiment gone awry—welcome to the odyssey.”  Watch the video here: http://smarturl.it/PaintedVid.
“Painted” is currently Top 30 at Alternative radio, led by Sirius XM Alt Nation, Radio 104.5/Philadelphia, 96.5 The Buzz/Kansas City, CD 102.5/Columbus and many more.
Featuring 12 brand new ecstatic, high-octane songs, How Does It Feel finds MS MR returning to the visceral, bare-bones intimacy that launched the band just three years ago. Their 2013 debut Secondhand Rapture had been recorded for a few hundred dollars in spare rooms throughout Brooklyn. For How Does It Feel, Lizzy and Max returned to their old stomping grounds in late 2014, specifically the neighborhood of Bushwick, where they rented a small room to hammer out new material. For the first time, the duo teamed up with fellow musicians to co-write new songs—Tove Lo for the album’s “Pieces” and MNDR for “Tripolar.” MS MR’s drummer Zach Nicita also co-wrote and co-produced a handful of new tracks.
How Does It Feel was recorded in studios in New York and Los Angeles, including Electric Lady Studios, White Bronco Studios and the band’s own Creep City Studios. The band once again collaborated with multi-Grammy award winner Tom Elmhirst (Adele, Amy Winehouse, Arcade Fire, Beck) to mix the album at Electric Lady Studios.
Having just wrapped a string of underplay headline dates this spring, all of which sold out in a matter of minutes, MS MR continue to tour the globe including festivals stops at Lollapalooza festivals in both Chicago and Berlin, Montreal’s Osheaga Festival, and Australia’s Splendour In The Grass. Details of MS MR’s fall tour will be announced in the coming days. See below for a full list of dates.
MS MR’s widely praised debut album, 2013’s Secondhand Rapture, hit #2 on Billboard’s Heatseekers Album chart and spawned the Alternative radio hit “Hurricane,” which spent nearly 30 weeks on the chart and broke into the Top 10. Revered by press from The New York Times to VOGUE, Pitchfork to USA Today, the band has spent much of the last two years touring the globe, joining fellow musicians Marina And The Diamonds, Bastille, Jessie Ware and Grouplove on the road, in addition to playing major festivals including Coachella, Bonnaroo, Austin City Limits, Outside Lands, and Governors Ball. MS MR has performed onThe Tonight ShowLate Show with David Letterman, and Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, while their music has been featured on countless television shows including Game of ThronesPretty Little Liars, and the NFL on FOX. The duo is currently featured in Pyer Moss’ Fall 2015 Look Book, where Lizzy and Max inspired a capsule collection for the clothing line’s upcoming season.
MS MR On Tour: 
6/3 – Mendig, Germany – Rock am Ring 2015
6/4 – Berlin, Germany – Kantine am Berghain
6/5 – Nuremberg, Germany – Rock im Park 2015
6/10 – London, UK – Victoria
6/19 – Kansas City, MO – Boulevardia 2015
7/12 – Philadelphia, PA – Festival Pier (Radio 104.5 Summer Block Party)
7/22 – Melbourne, Australia – Russell
7/24 – Byron Bay, Australia – Splendour In The Grass Festival
7/25 – Sydney, Australia – Metro Theatre
7/31 – Chicago, IL – Lollapalooza
8/1-8/2 – Montreal, QC – Osheaga
8/7 – Minneapolis – Target Field (96.3 Go Fest 2015)
9/12-13 – Berlin, Germany – Lollapalooza


18880 yukonblonde byoliviajaffe.
05/28/2015, Yukon Blonde Reveals New Track "I Wanna Be Your Man" via Consequence of Sound + U.S. Tour
05/28/201505/28/2015, Yukon Blonde Reveals New Track "I Wanna Be Your Man" via Consequence of Sound + U.S. Tour
Perennial pop and indie-rock wizards Yukon Blonde reveal their new track “I Wanna Be Your Man” today on Consequence of Sound. The track comes in anticipation of the band’s third LP, On Blonde, set for release on June 16 via Dine Alone Records. MORE» More»

Perennial pop and indie-rock wizards Yukon Blonde reveal their new track I Wanna Be Your Man today on Consequence of Sound HERE.  The track comes in anticipation of the band’s third LP, On Blondeset for release on June 16 via Dine Alone Records.  In celebration of the new album, Yukon Blonde is set for a U.S. summer tour kicking off in July. (Dates below)
On Blonde builds on Yukon Blonde’s reputation for seamlessly crafted pop songs with infectious melodies and hooks, while experimenting with psychedelic, digital, and synthetic sounds. It is an album gazing wistfully away towards the more shadowy elements of pop production, soft synthesizers, thin punching bass lines, crushed drums, 80s cosmic pop compositions and saturated psychedelic guitar effects.
Produced by Colin Stewart (Black Mountain, Dan Mangan, Sleepy Sun) and mixed byTony Hoffer (M83, Beck, Foster the People, Air, Depeche Mode) the album is distinct in its shimmering pop production and Yukon Blonde’s trademark hard-hitting choruses.
Revered for their energetic live performances, Yukon Blonde is set on a U.S. tour with Chappo this summer, more information below!


18812 the 20mynabirds 20photo 20by 20bliss 20braoudakis
05/28/2015, The Mynabirds Use MyIdol to Create Lyric Video for “Semantics” + in DC w/ Pixies 5/31
05/28/201505/28/2015, The Mynabirds Use MyIdol to Create Lyric Video for “Semantics” + in DC w/ Pixies 5/31
After touring the world as a member of the Postal Service in 2013, Laura Burhenn, aka The Mynabirds, took a year to get lost. Finally she found herself in Los Angeles with a suitcase of songs to fill a whole new album. Lovers Know, the third full-length, will be released on 8/7 via Saddle Creek. MORE» More»

After touring the world as a member of the Postal Service in 2013, Laura Burhenn, aka The Mynabirds, took a year to get lost. She drove across the US twice, toured South Africa solo, made her first appearance in London (also solo), and trekked all over Europe with William Faulkner’s words ringing in her ears: “You cannot swim for new horizons until you have courage to lose sight of the shore.” Finally she found herself in Los Angeles with a suitcase of songs to fill a whole new album. Lovers Know, the third full-length, will be released onAugust 7 via Saddle Creek.
This week Laura offers up a special treat: a lyric video for the album’s first single, “Semantics”, created with the MyIdol app combined with some gorgeous photos by Bliss Braoudakis. The app features turned out to be a perfect foil for the song. As Nylon noted in their premiere of the video: "each time the hook drops, some infectiously random scenes ensue, reminding us why we fell in love with the confusing-yet-addictive Chinese app in the first place (because who doesn’t want to see a cartoon version of herself holding up a roll of toilet paper that turns into an angel?)."
Another moment of hilarity came when it was time to translate the lyrics. "I made the entire video using MyIdol and was pretty impressed with myself,” Burhenn explains. “But then, when it was finished, I realized I had no idea what any of the Chinese subtitles said! So I got some help from an artist friend of mine, Ying Zhu, who is a native Chinese speaker. She translated everything for me, and it was pretty incredible how much the Chinese subtitles lined up with the actual song lyrics! Love songs definitely have a universal language, no matter how they’re sliced and diced. The lyrics are all posted with the video on YouTube, so definitely read them all there."
Tour Dates
May 31 at the 9:30 Club in Washington, DC w/ Pixies
August 20 at the Santa Monica Pier in Santa Monica, CA
Led by Laura Burhenn and produced by Bradley Hanan Carter of Black English, Lovers Knowforges into previously unexplored territory. Exploring influences of 80s, 90s, and futuristic soundscapes, the record recalls Kate Bush, Sinead O’Connor, Jesus and Mary Chain, and My Bloody Valentine.  The result is arguably one of Burhenn’s most personal and confessional works to date, yet also her most accessible, delving deep into universal themes of love, loss, and seeking connection.
“Love – or the lack of it – is the thing we all have in common,” she notes. “It can destroy us. It can break us open and let the light in. And it’s also the thing that can make us sing.”

Lovers Know is Available for Pre-Order via Saddle Creek Online Store and iTunes


19535 screen 20shot 202015 05 28 20at 202.57.08 20pm
05/28/2015, Danzig On Tour This Summer + Legacy TV Special
05/28/201505/28/2015, Danzig On Tour This Summer + Legacy TV Special
Legendary frontman Glenn Danzig (Danzig, Misfits, Samhain) will be hitting the North American road this summer, with punk rock stalwarts Pennywise and Cancer Bats. Danzig is currently in an L.A. studio writing the follow up to 2010's Deth Red Sabaoth. MORE» More»

Legendary frontman Glenn Danzig (Danzig, Misfits, Samhain) will be hitting the North American road this summer, with punk rock stalwarts Pennywise and Cancer Bats.
Danzig is currently in an L.A. studio writing the follow up to 2010's Deth Red Sabaoth. He is also readying a series of catalog reissues. While many will be re-releases, in some cases others will be issued on new formats (including vinyl) for the first time ever.  All titles will see release on Danzig’s own Evillive Records later in 2015.
Besides these projects, Danzig has recently released the long awaited Danzig Legacy TV Special, produced and directed by Mark Brooks (Adult Swim's Metalocalypse) and Evilive Records. A fifty-minute showcase with appearances by Doyle, Tommy Victor and Steve Zing, the special is available now through Vimeo On Demand. Says Brooks, “My idea was to do a take on the Elvis ’68 Special, only with Danzig, showcasing all the aspects of his legendary career from Misfits to Samhain, and ultimately to his self-titled outfit Danzig, that finally achieved him worldwide success.”
Be sure to check out Danzig’s tour dates below and to stay tuned for a very big announcement soon!
Tour Dates
7/11 at Fox Theater Pomona in Pomona, CA (no Pennywise)
7/12 at Pepsi Amphitheater at Fort Tuthill Park in Flagstaff, AZ
7/14 at Bayou Music Center in Houston, TX
7/15 at Aztec Theatre in San Antonio, TX
7/17 at South Side Ballroom in Dallas, TX
7/18 at Club Brady in Tulsa, OK
7/19 at Arvest Bank Theatre at The Midland in Kansas City, MO
7/21 at The Fillmore Auditorium in Denver, CO
7/24 at MacEwan Hall in Calgary, AB
7/25 at Shaw Conference Centre in Edmonton, AB
7/27 at Queen Elizabeth Theatre in Vancouver, BC
7/28 at Showbox SODO in Seattle, WA
7/30 at The Warfield in San Francisco, CA
7/31 at Brooklyn Bowl in Las Vegas, NV