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You know what would compliment a box of freshly cooked manapua? Book’s Music podcast #315, although this show can compliment any meal or drink that you desire, and I hope you’ll desire listening to this show as well. Have a listen… and a bite or drink of something satisfying.
Lip Lock is Eve’s first album in eleven years and in honor of its release, you can now enter a contest to not only win the CD for the album, but an autographed copy of the CD and an Eve lithograph, courtesy of From The Rib/RED Music. Here are the rules, and they are fairly simple:
1) E-mail me at BooksMusica [at] gmail [dot] com, and in the subject line, write “Eve CD contest”
2) Simply state “I want to win the Eve CD” as text.
3) Include your mailing address so if you are a winner, it will be sent to you quick and easy.
4) Send the e-mail to me
5) You must live in the United States.
That’s it. I will then pick a random person out of the bunch and notify the winner soon after. The deadline is May 31, 2013, which means any and all entries sent on June 1st will be null and void, no exceptions.
NOTE: Your e-mail and snail mail addresses will not be placed in a personal vault or database, nor will you be placed on any mailing lists of my own doing. Once the contest is over, entries will be deleted.
If you’d like to read my review of Eve’s Lip Lock, you may click here.
Mike Dillon (second from right) and his band, The Mike Dillon Band, are going to be doing a lot of shows for the next few months, but will get themselves warmed up with a show at the Summer Camp Music Festival in Chillicothe, Illinois. In early June, they will venture out into the elements to play extensively throughout the United States.
May 25… Chillicothe, IL (Summer Camp Music Festival)
June 4… Gulfport, MS (The Chimney’s)
June 5… Asheville, NC (The One Stop)
June 6… Charleston, SC (The Pour House)
June 7… Boone, NC (Boone Saloon)
June 8… Waynesboro, VA (The Hot Spot)
June 9… Niagara, NY (Niagara River Rocks) $
June 10… The Bullfrog | Williamsport, PA
June 11… Venue of Merging Arts | Johnstown, PA
June 12… Burlington, VT (Nectar’s)
June 13… Boston, MA (Cafe 939)
June 14… Narragansett, RI (The Ocean Mist)
June 15… Portsmouth, NH (The Press Room)
June 16… Laconia, NH (Pittman’s Freight Room)
June 18… Hamden, CT (Outer Space)
June 19 & 20… New York, NY (Zirziman)
June 21… Schuylkill Haven, PA (Madsummer Meltdown)
June 23… Fairfield, IA (Fairfest)
June 25… Minneapolis, MN (Whisky Junction)
June 26… Chicago, IL (Martyr’s)
June 27… St. Louis, MO (The Demo)
June 28… Kansas City, MO (The Brick)
June 29… Fayetteville, AR (George’s Majestic)
June 30… Tulsa, OK (The Colony)
July 2… Ft. Collins, CO (Hodi’s Half Note)
July 3… Breckenridge, CO (320 South)
July 4… Victor, ID (Knotty Pine)
July 6… Quincy, CA (High Sierra Music Festival)
July 9… San Diego, CA (Winston’s)
July 11… Los Angeles, CA (The Mint)
July 12… Forestville, CA (The Forestville Club)
July 13… San Francisco, CA (Boom Boom Room)
July 16… Arcata, CA (Jambalaya)
July 17… Applegate, OR (Applegate Lodge)
July 18… Olympia, WA (Urban Onion)
July 19… Seattle, WA (Sunset Tavern)
July 20… Portland, OR (The Goodfoot)
July 21… Rhododendron, OR (Skyway)
July 23… Bellingham, WA (Wild Buffalo)
July 26… Richland, WA (Emerald of Siam)
July 27… Eugene, OR (Black Sheep Music Festival)
August 1… Frisco, CO (The Barkley Ballroom)
August 2… Denver, CO (Cervantes’ Other Side)
August 3-4… Telluride, CO (Telluride Jazz Festival)
August 8… Detroit, MI (Corkland Tavern)
August 9… Pittsburgh, PA (Thunderbird)
August 10… Brooklyn, NY (Brooklyn Bowl) @
August 11… Turin, NY (Moe.Down)
August 15… Hartford, CT (Sully’s)
August 16… Williamsport, PA (Bullfrog)
August 17… Columbus, OH (Rootwire Music Festival)
August 22… Virginia Beach, VA (Doc Taylor’s)
November 14-17… Live Oak, FL (Bear Creek Music Festival)
January 4-9, 2014… Miami, FL (Jam Cruise)
When the description of a music video involves throwing pizza into outer space, I’m all eyes and ears. Anamanaguchi play into the hands and minds of youth (and the young at heart) in their video for “Endless Fantasy”, the title track of their latest album. If you’d like to smother yourself between their luscious goobs of music, the group are currently on tour. Spot them:
May 24… Detroit, MI (Shelter) *
May 25… Chicago, IL (Lincoln Hall) *
May 26… Minneapolis, MN (Triple Rock) *
May 28… Iowa City, IA (Blue Moose) *
May 29… St Louis, MO (The Demo) *
May 30… Lawrence, KS (Jackpot) *
May 31… Denver, CO (Marquis Theater) *
June 1… Salt Lake City, UT (The Shred Shed) *
June 4… Vancouver, BC (Biltmore) *
June 6… Seattle, WA (Chop Suey) *
June 7… Portland, OR (Backspace) *
June 8… San Francisco, CA (Brick + Mortar Music Hall) *
June 9… San Francisco, CA (Rickshaw Stop) *
June 11… Los Angeles, CA (Echoplex) (Check Yo Ponytail) *
July 12… La Jolla, CA (The Stage at Porter’s Pub) ^
July 13… Los Angeles, CA (Los Globos) (DJ Set) ^
July 14… Phoenix, AZ (The Rhythm Room) ^
July 16… Austin, TX (Red 7) ^
July 17… Dallas, TX (Club Dada) ^
July 18… Houston, TX (Fitzgeralds’s) ^
July 19… New Orleans, LA (Hi-Ho Lounge) ^
July 20… Atlanta, GA (The Drunken Unicorn) ^
July 21… Ybor City, FL (Crowbar) ^
July 23… Orlando, FL (The Social) ^
July 24… Raleigh, NC (King’s Barcade) ^
July 25… Richmond, VA (Strange Matter) ^
July 26… Washington D.C. (Rock & Roll Hotel) ^
July 27… Morgantown, WV (123 Pleasant St) ^
July 28… Rochester, NY (Club @ Water Street Music Hall) ^
August 2… Columbia, MD (Merriweather Pavilion) (Mad Decent Block Party)
At the beginning of the month, the folks in Hooden Fang shared the audio of a song that would be released at the end of the month. That song was “Ode To Subterrania“, and if the music didn’t trip you to an ultimate high, then may I present to you the video. Some of the imagery here may be too startling for some, specifically those who may suffer from seizures, so you have been warned.
A second warning: Hooden Fang’s Gravez album will be released next week. No more warnings from here on out.
You may know of TKTTSM as being a duo, but they are about to expand to a sextet. The group will be doing a show next weekend (May 31st) at the Mercury Lounge in New York City, different from ones they’ve done before, so what Owen O’Mahony and Johanna Stahley have created will become much bigger and bolder. To find out more about the show, please please click here.
TKTTSM are still promoting their self-titled debut album (my review of which can be read here) but they recently had one of its songs remixed by NAOAN. It’s for the song “Eyeeye”, and you may stream & listen to it for your pleasures, or download it for a limited time for eternal listening.
Do you have that feeling, that feeling you can’t hide? Oh yeah? You may want to keep it there, for Béisbol understands where you are coming from. The band will be releasing their debut album on June 25th called Lo-Fi Cocaine, and while the bio for brothers Jeff and Ryan Burian call their music “pop rock music with synthesizers implemented within”, there’s a bit more going on than that. These California transplants, who now call Portland, Oregon home, are vast in what they created, so don’t let their somewhat-humble image fool you. They are very much about creating music with feeling, and do it in a way that may blow a few people away. The duo expands like Voltron and becomes a quartet when they do shows, which you are able to check out if they are in or near your city/town next month:
June 6… Sacramento, CA (Bows & Arrows)
June 7… Hayward, CA (Bistro) (Early Show)
June 7… San Francisco, CA (1772) (Late Show)
June 8… Nevada City, CA (Cafe Mekka)
June 9… San Francisco, CA (The Hotel Utah)
June 13… Ventura, CA (Witzend) (Acoustic Show)
June 16… Hemet, CA (Alaythia Music)
June 18… Flagstaff, AZ (Flagbrew)
June 19… Phoenix, AZ (Stinkweeds In-Store) (Early Show)
June 19… Phoenix, AZ (Pub Rock Live)
June 20… Austin, TX (The Mohawk)
June 21… Fort Worth, TX (The Cellar)
June 22… Denton, TX (Andy’s Bar)
June 24… Denver, CO (Lost Lake)
June 30… Portland, OR (Rontoms) (Record Release Show)
For Has-Lo, the track will go off in this direction. What direction? “Hindsight” is where it is, produced by Apollo Brown, and it’s a remix of the track “Limit”. New version, new ventures, a new way of life: Has-Lo has a vision and he is presenting it to you with help from video director Culture. The Conversation B was a mere hint of what’s to come, and what’s coming is the album In Case I Don’t Make It (Mello Music Group), so move out of the way and allow him through.
When is J57 not busy? He’ll be releasing a collaborative EP called Trill Cunningham with F. Virtue, an MC who likes to display his skills in a manner that may make you an immediate fan upon first listen. Take an initial listen to “Resin”, which also brings in Koncept for the ride as they smoke their way to funky glory.
With an album out soon called LXXXV, does Richie Fareal fear for the 85 that do not have a clue? This Bay Area MC is out to let people know what he’s about, regardless of the numbers or the equation, and of “Who Run It” is any proof of what he is about, it’s safe to say that Richie will be running things for the remainder of 2013 and maybe for the next seven years.
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Discovered this book review blog when someone had posted a review of a music book. Went through it and saw a number of books I immediately put on my want list. Created by Maria Popova and features a number of contributors.
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The show is no more, but you may explore the archives of this great Portland-based podcast while you can. You may now listen to Cort & Bobby in Welcome To That Whole Thing, listed below.