#TTTATC is a “go.” Our former Artist Of The Week Air Traffic Controller is capping off this summer by hitting the road with The Tragic Thrills. The two bands will spend their August crossing the U.S. and spreading their message of melodicism and excellence. ATC are promoting their new single, “The House.” Watch the trailer below, and see tour dates below that.
Tour Dates with The Tragic Thrills:
Sat 02 Seattle, WA – Barboza’s (21+)
Mon 04 Reno, NV – Singer Social Club (21+)
Wed 06 San Francisco, CA – Bottom of the Hill (AA)
Thu 07 Los Angeles, CA – Bootleg HiFi (21+)
Fri 08 Phoenix, AZ – Electric Ballroom (AA)
Sat 09 Las Vegas, NV – Container Park (AA)
Sun 10 Salt Lake City, UT – Loading Dock (AA)
Mon 11 Denver, CO – Lost Lake (21+)
Wed 13 El Paso, TX – Lowbrow Palace (18+)
Thu 14 Austin, TX – Holy Mountain (AA)
Fri 15 Houston, TX – Warehouse Live Studio (AA)
Sat 16 Dallas, TX – Prophet Bar (AA)
Sun 17 Little Rock, AR – Rev Room (AA)
Tue 19 St. Louis, MO – The Demo (AA)
Wed 20 Chicago, IL – Schubas Tavern (AA)
Thu 21 Pittsburgh, PA – Hard Rock Cafe (AA)
Fri 22 Arlington, VA – IOTA Club (21+)
Sat 23 New York – Mercury Lounge (21+)
Sun 24 Philadelphia, PA – Ortlieb’s Lounge (21+)
Tue 26 Boston, MA – Great Scott (18+)
Acclaimed singer-songwriter Matt Nathanson has announced that he’ll be touring this summer with Gavin DeGraw. Mary Lambert (Macklemore & Lewis / solo) and Andrew McMahon (Jack’s Mannequin / Something Corporate) will open select dates. Watch Nathanson and DeGraw discuss some of the more suspect dates in this video, and see the tour route below.
Panic! At The Disco fans, your summer just got a lot better. The band has just announced a massive two month tour that will begin in Utah and end in California, hitting all the major city arenas along the way. The dates will run from mid-July through August, and support will come from OurStage artist Walk The Moon, Magic Man, and Youngblood Hawke. You can check out the tour dates below, and grab pre-sale tickets beginning this Wednesday at 10am local time. The band is already warning that the tour will sell out fast, so be sure to grab yours as soon as 10 a.m. hits. (more…)
In its first string of band announcements, Warped Tour has confirmed For Today, Teenage Bottlerocket, Air Dubai, Stray From The Path, and Mixtapes will all be playing this year’s 2014 festival. The news was announced during Fuse TV’s second season of Warped Roadies last night. If the teaser lineup is enough to hook you, you can purchase early bird tickets for one of the summer’s hottest (ha!) festivals right here. Check out the dates below, and keep checking back every week as Fuse announces new additions each Wednesday night. (more…)
It seems like just yesterday we were bringing you weekly updates from everybody’s favorite summer festival: Warped Tour. Now, just weeks into the cool November chill, Warped Tour is heating things back up with the announcement of their 2014 routing. Though venues have yet to be announced, the tour will be hitting all the usual stops from Salt Lake City to San Francisco, Portland, New York, and Boston, before ending things down south in Texas. Check out the dates after the jump, and circle back on December 4, when Warped Tour will begin to reveal their first wave of bands.
This week, the dates for next year’s Coachella music festival were revealed via press release. Coachella will be two weekends once again down in Indio, CA and the Empire Polo Grounds beginning April 11- 13 and then again April 18- 20. Passes go on sale Friday May, 24 at 10am PST.
No bands for Coachella 2014 have been announced, but rumors should be everywhere by early July. Comment below and let us know if you plan to attend Coachella in the years to come.
This may very well be the biggest tour announcement we make all month, and I’m sure it will make #FreeTicketFriday crazier than it has been in recent weeks. For the first time ever, Matchbox 20 and Goo Goo Dolls will be embarking on a nationwide co-headlining tour.
You read that above paragraph right and no, it’s not 2002. Matchbox 20 have revealed they will be joined by Goo Goo Dolls as they watch the United States pass outside their busses on a Summer headlining run that is sure to go down in the history books. Both bands will be playing gigantic, hit-filled sets, and we encourage everyone within four hours of any venue to attend. You can view the full routing at the end of this post.
Bands rarely tour for the sake of touring, especially once they reach the level of popularity these bands have, and this tour will be no different. Goo Goo Dolls will be promoting their upcoming tenth album, Magnetic, which will drop on May, while Matchbox will be hoping the Summer fun helps push sales of their September 4, 2012 release, North.
Tickets go on sale this Saturday, March 23. (more…)
That’s why we couldn’t resist sharing Warped Tour’s latest news with you. The tour is currently searching for artwork based on the theme Best Day Ever and must include the 2013 Vans Warped Tour logo.
So whip out those old school colored pencils and pastels and get to work! If you’re in need of some inspiration, check our more details and last year’s winning design here.
If you like Warped Tour bands like All Time Low, check out OurStage artist Prom Night In Black And White.
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In the age of the playlist, everyone has access to collections of songs hacked together due to arbitrary similarities. But what does that accomplish other than aid our forever shortening attention span, while making the idea of an album obsolete? SoundTrax is here to provide you with playlists that are more thought out, but still provide you with that instant gratification.
This week we’ve put together a soundtrack that will let you escape your daily grind, dig your toes into the sand, crack open a Corona, chat with friends and smell like a chimney for the next three days. Catchy choruses, funky rhythm sections and campy lyrics hightlight this playlist, so sit back and enjoy.
OurStage band Bronze Radio Return kicks things off with their feel-good vibe, and when the whole band starts singing together during the hook you won’t be able to resist. Dispatch picks up where Bronze Radio Return leaves off and pushes the tempo just a bit, before The Kooks rattle our nerves with an infectious hook and incredible arrangement. Mumford & Sons are the epitome of campy, sing-a-long rock-n-roll, so how could we not include them in the power slot of this soundtrack? Get Back Loretta and Ivory Drive have totally different styles, but both manage to infuse a sense of funk and a breath of life into the second half of this playlist, sandwiching indie-dance-rockers Foster the People. Finally, Dave Matthews Band closes us out with a summer classic from ’96.
Despite what Florence and The Machine may say, the dog days aren’t over just yet. In fact, they’re just beginning. With the summer heat coming on in full force, it’s the perfect time for a new selection of July Editor Picks. Roll down the windows and turn up this summery mix of indie pop, hard rock, hip hop and country. Or, if you’re hiding inside and blasting the AC, put on some of the more chill, contemplative tracks. Get over to the OurStage Facebook page to snag the mix for free download, or listen to it on 8tracks along with the past Editor Picks playlists.
Weapons of Audio “If You Want Me” – Big crunchy guitars and high falsetto vocals. Imagine Bon Iver fronting Motley Crüe with a hell of a lot more sex appeal.
Sidney York “Dick & Jane” – Is it possible to create a perfect indie pop song without whistling, ukelele and lyrics about bicycling around town? Not likely.
Chuck Elmore “Saying I Love You” – Elmore’s smooth vocals and slide guitar mix together the best parts of country, folk and pop.
David Costa “To Die For” – Building to a killer hook in the chorus (pun intended), this hip hop cut balances melody with angry, lovesick rhymes.
Jesse Thomas “You I Want” – Clear some nice, comfortable space in your head, because the chorus of “You I Want” is going to spend a lot of time in there.
Clarensau “I Would Trade (Grandpa’s Song)” – Tight male-female harmonies and a haunting cello line combine on this solemnly beautiful track.
Boys “Gossip” – A rollicking sonic romp complete with crunching guitars, vocal acrobatics and a spot-on use of snapping percussion.
Joanna Erdos & The Midnight Show “Sexy Secrets” – If Regina Spektor and Amanda Palmer had a kid (I’ll leave the “how” out of this) it would undoubtedly be Joanna Erdos.