September 30, 2015

The Gloaming visit America; Buke and Gase tour UK/USA with Battles

It's rare that our artists have not one but two major tours happening in the United States simultaneously. So, contrary to our usual practice of filling these news updates with random yuks, jokes & asides, we'll get right to the point. (But yes, technically the image we've used with this news story counts as a joke.)

Here is where you Americans can catch The Gloaming.

- 02 Los Angeles, CA: Bovard Auditorium, USC
- 05 Seattle, WA: Benaroya Hall
- 07 AnnArbor, MI: UMS at Michigan Theatre
- 09 Minneapolis, MN: Walker Art Center
- 10 Chicago, IL: Old Town School of Folk Music
- 11 Philadelphia, PA: Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts
- 15 Lewisberg, PA: Bucknell University
- 16 NYC, NY: Lincoln Center's White Light Festival

Here are Buke and Gase's dates. All shows (except Sheffield) are in support of the excellent, mostly-instrumental group known as Battles. Each band's music compliments the others quite well and this really is a pairing you do not want to miss.

30 Boston, MA USA: Paradise

06 Vancouver, BC CANADA: Imperial
07 Seattle, WA USA: Neptune Theatre
08 Portland, OR USA: Hawthorne Theatre
09 San Francisco, CA USA: The Fillmore
10 Los Angeles, CA USA: Regent Theatre
11 Phoenix, AZ USA: Crescent Ballroom
13 Dallas, TX USA: Trees
14 Austin, TX USA: The Mohawk
15 New Orleans, LA USA: Republic
16 Atlanta, GA USA: Masquerade
17 Nashville, TN USA: Exit/In
23 Manchester UNITED KINGDOM: Manchester Academy 2
25 Glasgow SCOTLAND: O2 ABC
26 Cambridge UNITED KINGDOM: Cambridge Junction
27 Sheffield UNITED KINGDOM: Plug (with Purity Ring)
28 London UNITED KINGDOM: Electric Ballroom (SOLD OUT)

More dates may be added to the Buke and Gase tour and we'll try to update this story as they are announced.

We have an event-packed fall besides. This Is The Kit tour the United Kingdom this November. And if you're in New York, come to So Percussion's in-store at Other Music on Monday October 19th. It is free & all ages. Event details here.

Finally an unrelated picture of Jherek Bischoff at a recent ribbon cutting event for Brooklyn's St. Ann's Warehouse where a tuba octet performed his new arrangements of classic David Bowie, Nick Cave, Kate Bush & Lou Reed tunes.

Yes, life is weird. And yes, it is a fantastic time to catch our artists' live in your town. If you live in the Northern hemisphere. And especially New York City.

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