Monday, July 19, 2010

Interpol, Kurt Vile, Modest Mouse, Flaming Lips - in One Day

Saturday, July 24, 2010:

This will be a tricky day. You have the Interpol show at Toad's, with the late Kurt Vile Lilly's Pad show happening upstairs. You can definitely catch at least some of Real Estate and all of Kurt Vile if you head straight up there after Interpol. Meanwhile, Modest Mouse is playing at the Oakdale, but the Flaming Lips are playing up in Holyoke at Mountain Park. Anyhow, you have plenty of time between now and July 24th to figure out what you're going to do.

Toad's Place
300 York Street
New Haven, CT

All Ages - Doors 8:00/Music 9:00 - $30.00 Advance/Day of

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Tickets (w/the exception of printouts) for the 7/21 date will be honored

No, Interpol's Toad's show is not canceled. Interpol are getting their tour (opening for U2) moving again, which was discombobulated after Bono had to have emergency back surgery. They will again open for U2 come mid-September. In the meantime, Interpol continues as headliner, with Twin Tigers opening, starting here in New Haven at Toad's on July 24. September will also mark the release of Interpol's newest record, which will oddly be self-titled. More interesting is that their bassist Carlos Dengler left the band and was replaced by David Pajo, formerly of the legendary Slint. He's more of a guitarist than a bassist and he's definitely been around the block, having played for the Yeah Yeah Yeahs as a touring multi-instrumentalist, as well as played for Tortoise, Stereolab, and a whole slew of other bands.

Twin Tigers are yet another solid Anthens, GA band. Joel Hatstat of Pegasuses-XL, a sort of elecro-dance-punk project, helped record Curious Faces/Violet Future, Twin Tigers' self-released debut EP. They blend tiny and big with soft and psycho, and keep their poppiness on the darker end of the spectrum.

Interpol current tour:

07-24 New Haven, CT – Toad's Place !
07-25 Baltimore, MD – Ram's Head Live !
07-29 Richmond, VA – The National !
07-30 Norfolk, VA – The NorVA !
07-31 Atlantic City, NJ – House of Blues !
08-04 Montclair, NJ – Wellmont Theatre !
08-05 Boston, MA – House of Blues !
08-06 Clifton Park, NY – Northern Lights !
08-09 Montreal, Quebec – Metropolis !
08-10 Toronto, Ontario – Kool Haus !
08-11 Pontiac, MI – Clutch Cargo !
08-13 Milwaukee, WI – The Rave !
08-14 Minneapolis, MN – First Avenue !
08-15 Chicago, IL – Vic Theatre !
08-18 Charleston, SC – The Music Farm !
08-19 Lake Buena Vista FL – House of Blues !
08-21 Miami Beach, FL - The Fillmore !
09-16 Caen, France - Le Cargo
09-18 Paris, France - Stade De France *
09-21 Lille, France - Aeronef
09-22-23 Brussels, Belgium - Stade Roi Boudoin *
09-25 Bordeaux, France - Le Vigean
09-26 San Sebastian, Spain - Anoeta Stadium *
09-28 Grenada, Spain - La Industrial Copera
09-29 Seville, Spain - Olympic Stadium *
10-01 Santiago, Spain - Santiago De Compostela
10-02-03 Coimbra, Portugal - Estadio Cidade Coimbra *
10-05 Bilbao, Spain - Teatro Campos Eliseos
10-06 Toulouse, France - Li Bikini
10-08 Rome, Italy - Olympic Stadium *
10-08 Rome, Italy - Olympic Stadium *
10-29-31 New Orleans, LA - Voodoo Experience
11-12 Lisbon, Portugal - Campo Pequeño
11-13 Madrid, Spain - Palacio Vistalegre
11-14 Barcelona, Spain - San Jordi Club
11-16 Marseille, France - Dock Du Sud
11-17 Milan, Italy - Palasharp
11-18 Vienna, Austria - Gasometer
11-20 Berlin, Germany - Tempodrom
11-21 Amsterdam, Netherlands - Heineken Music Hall
11-22 Dortmund, Germany - Westfalenhalle 2
11-24 Nottingham, England - Rock City
11-25 Newcastle, England - O2 Academy
11-26 Birmingham, England - O2 Academy
11-27 Edinburgh, Scotland - Corn Exchange
11-29-12-01 Dublin, Ireland - Olympia
12-03 Manchester, England - Apollo
12-04 Liverpool, England - Liverpool University
12-06-07 London, England - O2 Academy Brixton

! with Twin Tigers
* with U2

Saturday, July 24 - Manic Productions presents a LATE unofficial after-party Co-Headline Show:

Lilly's Pad (Toad's Place Upstairs)
300 York Street Street
New Haven CT

$12 - 10:00PM - All Ages (21+ to drink)


Buy tickets now or pick them up at Redscroll Records

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Kurt Vile (previously of The War on Drugs) is a guitarist and singer from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania that makes fucked up, delayed, hazy, psychedelic, “bedroom” pop music in which you might recognize early Tyrannosaurus Rex, Devendra Banhart, and Ariel Pink like sounds. He plays both solo shows as well as shows with a backing band called The Violators. He just released a new EP called Square Shells.

This is Kurt Vile and Sore Eros!

Real Estate waft in on vibes of hazy summers past. The New Jersey quartet of Martin Courtney IV, Matthew Mondanile III, Etienne Pierre Duguay and Alex Bleeker cut the sleeves short and the pop smooth to shade you from the midday heat. Every song works its way to that part of your consciousness that reveled in the fleeting waves of freedom that eked in once classes broke and the sun lingered a little longer over suburban roofs. And with three quarters of the band holding down Garden State roots its no surprise that a bit of Jersey indie-pop heritage sneaks its way into their sound, lifting the most sun streaked moments from The Feelies and Yo La Tengo and filtering them through the kaleidoscope of memories aimless drives through parched neighborhood streets. Mexican Summer/Woodsist

Sore Eros' Robert Robinson used to be a member of Kurt Vile's band. I was told he's from Enfield, CT but is now based with our favorite northern neighbor Northampton, MA. He reminds me of the Supreme Dicks, which used to be based in Northampton, but that was ages ago.
"Robinson's vocals have [a] high, lunar quality...but the way they're recorded often makes them seem as if they're being broadcast from the apartment next door, dislocated by time and space and smeared with heroic levels of FX. The song structures reference classic psych forms - most specifically the freakbeat sound of early Pink Floyd and the roaming bass/drums style of The Red Krayola's first LP - while at the same time avoiding anything that might make them sound like period-piece revivalists. As the album progresses, the form becomes looser and more abstract, with outer structures falling away to reveal sidereal aspects more commonly experienced in altered states or subliminal settings: the sound of a car stereo tracking down the street; late-night pop radio in the trance before sleep. Sore Eros redeem 80s pop modes by conflating them with 'canonical' teenage forms, re-configuring psychedelic pop via refracted autobiography. The result is one of the most original psych/pop records of the year." - WIRE Magazine, May 2009

Kurt Vile tour dates:

Jul-09 New York, NY Le Poisson Rouge w/ Real Estate
Jul-10 Hoboken, NJ Maxwell’s w/ Real Estate
Jul-11 Philadelphia, PA Johnny Brenda’s w/ Real Estate
Jul-12 Baltimore, MD Ottobar w/ Real Estate
Jul-13 Pittsburgh, PA Garfield Artworks w/ Real Estate
Jul-14 Cleveland, OH Beachland Tavern w/ Real Estate
Jul-15 Bloomington, IN The Bishop w/ Real Estate
Jul-17 Chicago, IL Pitchfork Music Festival
Jul-19 Detroit, MI Magic Stick w/ Real Estate
Jul-20 Toronto, ON The Great Hall w/ Real Estate
Jul-21 Ottawa, ON Babylon w/ Real Estate
Jul-22 Montreal, QC Il Motore w/ Real Estate
Jul-23 Boston, MA Harpers Ferry w/ Real Estate
Jul-24 New Haven, CT Lilly Pad w/ Real Estate
Aug-10 Charlottesville, VA Jefferson Theatre w/ Deerhunter
Aug-13 Boston, MA Royale Nightclub w/ Deerhunter
Aug14 Northampton, MA Pearl Street w/ Deerhunter

Saturday, July 24, 2010 - Modest Mouse at the Oakdale:

Toyota Presents the Oakdale Theatre
95 South Turnpike Rd
Wallingford, CT

Doors 7:30. General Admission only. Tickets $35.

I hear this is Modest Mouse's first time playing here in Connecticut. They have been around for a long time now, and are known for being one of those unlikely bands that broke into the mainstream. Johnny Marr is out now, not sure if Grandaddy guitarist Jim Fairchild is still in. The Moon & Antarctica got a recent vinyl reissue, which you should go buy from Redscroll Records. Isaac Brock's Glacial Pace Recordings is now completely controlled by Brock, allowing him to help up-and-coming bands, such as the opener for this show, Morning Teleportation.

Morning Teleportation is a five-piece psychedelic band based out of Portland, Oregon. They create a high-energy, tripped-out dance-off and sing-along using energetic instrumentation that includes banjo, talkbox, synthesizer, trumpet, and theremin. Their debut album was produced by Isaac Brock of Modest Mouse and is soon to be released on his Glacial Pace Recordings.

Their tour dates:

Jul 1 Royal Oak Music Theater + special guest: Avi Buffalo Royal Oak, MI
Jul 2 Royal Oak Theater + special guest: Avi Buffalo (SOLD OUT) Royal Oak, MI
Jul 3 Summerfest 2010 + special guest: Avi Buffalo Milwaukee, WI, US
Jul 4 80/35 Festival Des Moines, IA, US
Jul 6 Crossroads KC @ Grinders + special guest: Avi Buffalo Kansas City, MO
Jul 8 Twilight Concert Series + special guest: Avi Buffalo Salt Lake City, UT
Jul 9 Paolo Soleri Amphitheatre + special guest: Radar Brothers Santa Fe, MN
Jul 10 1STBANK Center + special guest: Radar Brothers Broomfield, CO
Jul 12 Ramkota Exhibit Hall + special guest: Radar Brothers Sioux Falls, SD
Jul 13 Hub at the Venue + special guest: Radar Brothers Fargo, ND
Jul 14 The Orpheum Theatre + special guest: Radar Brothers Minneapolis, MN
Jul 16 Pitchfork Music Festival Chicago, IL
Jul 17 The Pageant + special guest: Morning Teleportation(SOLD OUT) St. Louis, MO
Jul 18 The Valarium + special guest: Morning Teleportation (SOLD OUT) Knoxville, TN
Jul 19 Orange Peel + special guest: Morning Teleportation (SOLD OUT) Asheville, NC, US
Jul 20 Music Farm + special guest: Morning Teleportation (SOLD OUT) Charleston, SC
Jul 22 Wellmont Theater + special guest: Morning Teleportation (SOLD OUT) Montclair, NJ
Jul 23 Williamsburg Waterfront + special guest: Morning Teleportation Brooklyn, NY, US
Jul 24 The Dome at Oakdale + special guest: Morning Teleportation Wallingford, CT
Jul 25 House of Blues + special guest: Morning Teleportation (SOLD OUT) Boston, MA
Jul 26 House of Blue + special guest: Morning Teleportation Boston, MA
Aug 27 Leeds Festival Leeds, UK
Aug 28 Reading Festival Reading, UK
Aug 29 Edge Festival @ HMV Picture House Edinburgh, UNITED KINGDOM
Aug 31 O2 Academy Newcastle, UK
Sep 1 O2 Academy Liverpool, UK
Sep 2 Arena Parco Nord Bologna, ITALY
Sep 3 Electric Picnic Art and Music Festival Stradbally Hall, Stradbally, County Laois
Sep 5 Into The Great Wide Open Festival Vlieland, NETHERLANDS
Sep 7 Melkweg Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS
Sep 8 Troxy London, UNITED KINGDOM
Sep 9 Open House Festival Belfast, UNITED KINGDOM
Sep 10 End of the Road Festival Dorset, UNITED KINGDOM


John H. said...

I have no idea what to do... mind is blown.

Anonymous said...

I believe this is the second time Modest Mouse will be visiting Ye Olde Connecticut.

CT Indie said...

Yeah, it seemed odd that they would never have played here whatsoever. I dug around to confirm one way or the other, but couldn't find anything. But maybe because I only spent about two seconds researching it.