Tag Archives: Animal Collective

John Cale played ‘VU & Nico’ at BAM w/ AnCo, MGMT, Kurt Vile, Oh Sees & more (videos, setlist)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Joined by Animal Collective, MGMT, Tunde Adebimpe (TV on the Radio), Connan Mockasin, Caroline Polacheck (Chairlift), Thee Oh Sees, Kurt Vile, and Sky Ferreira, John Cale played all of ‘The Velvet Underground & Nico’ and half of ‘White Light/White Heat.’

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What’s going on Wednesday?

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

The Drums, Janet Jackson, Shame, Ringo Starr and His All Star Band, Black Heart Procession, HAIM, Loren Connors, Circuit Des Yeux, Minus the Bear, The Brooklyn Podcast Festival, and more Wednesday show options.

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Animal Collective, Kurt Vile, Oh Sees & more joining John Cale for ‘Velvet Underground & Nico’ shows at BAM

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Sky Ferreira, Connan Mockasin, MGMT, Tunde Adebimpe and Caroline Polachek are also on the bill.

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Avey Tare guests on new Mickey Hart song (listen), adds NYC show

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Mickey Hart of the Grateful Dead‘s classic two-drummer lineup (and currently of Dead and Company) is releasing a new solo album, RAMU, on November 10 via Verve Forecast. It follows 2013’s Superorganism. Excitingly, it features Avey Tare of Animal Collective on one of its lead singles, “Wayward Son,” which you can stream…

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Animal Collective playing ‘Sung Tongs’ in full at Pitchfork’s 21st anniversary

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Before Animal Collective broke out in a huge way thanks to 2009’s poppy Merriweather Post Pavillion, they were one of the leaders of the mid-2000s freak folk movement, and they’ll be revisiting those days very soon…

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Fleet Foxes deliver a flawless performance at The Mann

Source: The Key (WXPN)

Fleet Foxes deliver a flawless performance at The Mann

Fleet Foxes | photo by Emma Silverstone for WXPN

Words? I have none. Rather, I had none after bearing witness in person to the insanely spectacular live performance by Fleet Foxes, and taking some time to reflect I’m still just as amazed as I was when the folk-rock outfit took made their final bows at The Mann Center on July 31st.

The evening began with an opening set from experimental electronic pop group Animal Collective, which began playing to a pretty empty venue but soon got the crowd grooving with their spooky, primal beats and nonstop energy. They transitioned seamlessly ...

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What’s going on Saturday?

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Saturday’s show options include My Morning Jacket, Sleep, Waxahatchee, Taking Back Sunday, Japanese Breakfast, the Out in the Streets festival, Greatest Day Ever, Oxbow, and more.

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Pygmalion festival 2017 lineup

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Animal Collective, Thundercat, Julien Baker, Noname, Big Thief, Oddisee, Smino, The World Is A Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid To Die, and more.

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watch the trailer for the Other Music documentary (which just launched a Kickstarter)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

The documentary’s trailer that features interviews with members of Animal Collective, Vampire Weekend, Interpol, Yeah Yeah Yeahs and more, not to mention Benicio Del Toro, Jason Schwartzman, and more.

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Moogfest 2017: Day 1 & 2 in pics (Michael Stipe, 808 State, Animal Collective, more)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

The 2017 edition of Moogfest happened in Durham, NC over the weekend, bringing a wide array of electronics-friendly music, talks, workshops and special events over the course of its four days.

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Fleet Foxes updates: new interview (listen), new song soon

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Fleet Foxes’ Robin Pecknold gave an interview where he discussed the making of ‘Crack-Up,’ the meaning behind its title, and how much he loves Instagram. Speaking of Instagram, he used it to reward frequent commenters with ‘Crack-Up’ test pressings, and arrange a listening session for 20 fans.

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Record Store Day announces list of 2017 exclusive titles

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

The 2017 list includes releases from The War on Drugs, Pink Floyd, Andre 3000, Animal Collective, Big Star, The Brian Jonestown Massacre, The Creation, The Cure, David Bowie, Fleetwood Mac, The Grateful Dead, Iggy Pop, Julian Cope, Robert Johnson, and more.

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Moogfest expands 2017 lineup (Flying Lotus, Animal Collective, Gotye, more)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

The 2017 Moogfest lineup includes Flying Lotus, Animal Collective, Gotye, Suzanne Ciani, Derrick May, 808 State, Jessy Lanza, Simian Mobile Disco, Moor Mother, Syrinx, Visible Cloaks, Princess Nokia, Pye Corner Audio, Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein of S U R V I V E, and more.

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Animal Collective cover Martha & The Vandellas’ “Jimmy Mack” on new EP (listen)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

AnCo’s new EP, which is out this week, features three originals which were recorded during the ‘Painting With’ sessions, and a cover of Martha & The Vandellas 1967 hit “Jimmy Mack.”

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Brooklyn Steel, Bowery Presents’ long-in-the works East Williamsburg venue, set to open spring 2017

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

The Decemberists, Pixies, PJ Harvey, Two Door Cinema Club, Animal Collective, Perfume Genius, Whitney, Tycho, The Black Angels and San Fermin will be among Brooklyn Steel’s first headliners.

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Animal Collective, Hop Along, Vulfpeck and More @ the Project Pabst Citywide Festival at the Electric Factory.

Source: Jump Philly

Text by Jared Levy. Images by Holli Stephens. The promoters of Project Pabst Citywide Festival made a wise choice in selecting the Electric Factory for the grand finale of their first-ever week-long Citywide Festival in Philadelphia. No other venue in the city seems to elicit the same complicated mix of irony and sincerity that the […]Animal Collective, Hop Along, Vulfpeck and More @ the Project Pabst Citywide Festival at the Electric Factory.

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Animal Collective, Hop Along, Vulfpeck and More @ the Project Pabst Citywide Festival at the Electric Factory.

Source: Jump Philly

Text by Jared Levy. Images by Holli Stephens. The promoters of Project Pabst Citywide Festival made a wise choice in selecting the Electric Factory for the grand finale of their first-ever week-long Citywide Festival in Philadelphia. No other venue in the city seems to elicit the same complicated mix of irony and sincerity that the […]Animal Collective, Hop Along, Vulfpeck and More @ the Project Pabst Citywide Festival at the Electric Factory.

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Best Weekend Ever: Free and Sold Out Shows!

Source: Rock On Philly

It’s another cool weekend ahead, with rain on Saturday. It’s the perfect reason to spend a couple of indoor hours at the shows and warm up with good company and excellent music.

Thursday 10/6:

Local, cool duo Vita and The Woolf is performing at Boot and Saddle with Square Peg Round Hole and Mal Devisa. They kick off their national tour today with a hometown show. Send them off with good vibes! Tickets are available here.

 

Friday 10/7:

Country rock star Sturgill Simpson will be gracing the stage of The Fillmore. Bluegrass songstress Valerie June is opening ...

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Downtown Boys playing Hurray for the Riff Raff’s NYC fest, Philly’s Project Pabst

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

We already mentioned that Hurray For the Riff Raff have some shows coming up including a NYC date at Bowery Ballroom on November 4 with Making Movies and Las Cafeteras. It turns out that show is actually a mini one-night festival the band is putting on called Nosotros Fest

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End of the Road Festival 2016 part 1 pics: The Shins (who played new songs), Cat Power, Animal Collective & more

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Annual English music festival End of the Road recently went down in Larmer Tree Gardens, from August 31 to September 3…

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More Than A Feeling: Pine Barons Find Direction and a Home

Source: Rock On Philly

Featured image via Caitlin McCann

It’s no secret that Philadelphia’s music scene has been steadily growing and evolving over the last few years. Thanks to it’s proximity to major music markets in the Northeast, it’s affordable cost of living, and accommodating music community, Philly has become a home to many of the region’s rising talent. South Jersey natives, Pine Barons, are among a number of new bands that made Philadelphia their home. Since the release of their self-titled debut LP in March 2013, Pine Barons’  frontman Keith Abrams, Collin Smith (Drums), Shane Hower (Bass), Brad Pulley (Lead Guitar), and Alex Beebe (Keys) have ...

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