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Basement Jaxx

March 19, 2019 in

Basement Jaxx

https://www.songkick.com/artists/44913-basement-jaxx/calendar

Basement Jaxx are an electronica duo hailing from Brixton, London, England who formed in 1994. The band have released seven studio albums and have enjoyed massive success in their home country and all across the globe.

Ever since Oasis’ heyday every two-bit guitar group has to talk like they’re going to take over the world. Viva Brother began their first ever gig by saying “If anybody here doesn’t want to see the future of music, leave now” and now they’re a punch line, and not even a very good one at that. It leaves a band doomed from the start, cos the reason that Oasis sounded so exciting was that believed every word of what they were saying to the very core, and could back up every outlandish statement they made at that. Save for a very select few, nobody believes anyone else saying they’re going to be legendary for a second. Most of the time bands are formed not out of a desire to change music history or headline Wembley fourteen nights in a row, but out of an honest desire to play and create music.

This was exactly why Basement Jaxx formed and they went on to do everything that Viva Brother said they were destined to do. And thank the music Gods for that. The duo are made up of Simon Ratcliffe and Felix Buxton, who first struck up a friendship at a river boat party over the Thames, and Basement Jaxx was originally the name of their club night. Their original ambition was simple, to put on great parties and release great records, which they did on their Atlantic Jaxx label. However, by 1997 Ratcliffe and Buxton were making their own music and releasing it either on their first E.P’s or their label compilations. Even at this early stage of their career they were doing something revolutionary, releasing music that was as inspired by international music like soul, samba, reggae and house as it was by British institutions like punk and rave. Armand Van Helden summed it up best when he said they took house music and “f***ed it up the ass”.

In 1999 their music got the attention of XL Records, who at that point had given the world The Prodigy and were already as achingly cool as they’d ever be. Their debut album “Remedy” followed and was an instant success with both critics and the public. To wit, the second single from that album “Rendez-Vu” remaining their highest charting single in the U.K, hitting number four in August that year. The single also topped the Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart in the States, as did their debut single “Red Alert”. High on their debut records success the band toured everywhere that would have them, before hunkering back down to Brixton to work on their follow up.

True to form, part of their work on that follow up was putting on another club night, which they called Rooty. If that sounds familiar, it’s because it became the title of their second album, which was released in 2001. It was another critical and commercial smash, giving the world the deathless hit “Where’s Your Head At” in the process. Ever since then they’ve held on to their title of the “other” elder statesmen of British dance music alongside The aforementioned Prodigy with aplomb. They’ve headlined Glastonbury, sold out arenas and collaborated with the likes of Dizzee Rascal and Siouxsie Sioux. They’re a shoo in for the status of national treasures, and it all stemmed from wanting to put on a good party and make some good music. Mission accomplished, I think.

Saturday 13 April 2019
Basement Jaxx
with Metropolitan Orchestra
Margaret Court Arena, Melbourne, VIC, Australia

Sunday 14 April 2019
Basement Jaxx
with Metropolitan Orchestra
Sydney Opera House, Sydney, NSW, Australia

Thursday 18 April 2019
Basement Jaxx
with Metropolitan Orchestra
Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC), Brisbane, QLD, Australia

Morcheeba

March 19, 2019 in

Morcheeba

https://www.songkick.com/artists/496494-morcheeba/calendar

Morcheeba (formed in 1995) is a British trip-hop band that fuses rock, jazz and funk elements with silky smooth vocals, hailing from London, UK.

In 1993 while still in their teens brothers Paul and Ross Godfrey moved to London from Kent, UK to pursue their music. Paul a songwriter and DJ producer and Ross a multi instrumentalist produced a demo tape of several of their instrumental mixes however garnered little attention from labels until meeting singer Skye Edwards at a party. Before long Morcheeba was formed and the trio were recording songs in their home studio.

In 1995 the Godfrey brothers co-produced six tracks on Dave Byrne’s album “Feelings” and soon after came a record deal with China records and the release of their debut EP “Trigger Hippie” in October 1995. Soon after in April 1996 Morcheeba released their debut album “Who Can You Trust?” which highlighted the band’s hip-hop roots, psychedelic influences and soulful vocals. Following the release the band toured with Live and Fiona Apple across North America.

Morcheeba’s follow-up release saw the band take a pop direction, moving towards a more mainstream sound and away from trip-hop. The album entitled “Big Calm” (1998) proved to be a big seller and featured the radio-favourite “The Sea”. Their third album “Fragments of Free” performed similarly well in the charts to “Big Calm” but lacked the critical acclaim. Morcheeba’s fourth album “Charango” (2002) saw an increasingly modest role for Edwards in the band and was followed by an extensive tour of the U.S.

In 2003 The Godfrey brothers announced the band’s separation, during which time the greatest hit compilation “Parts of the Process” and the live DVD “Morcheeba: From Brixton to Beijing” kept the Morcheeba flame burning bright.

In 2004 the brothers returned to Morcheeba and enlisted the vocal help of ex-Noonday Underground singer Daisy Martey who provided the lyrics for the band’s fifth studio album “The Antidote”. Martey was soon sacked halfway through a tour and replaced by Jody Sternberg, Martey sued over breach of contract. Morcheeba’s sixth studio album saw a return of the Godfrey brothers as producers who enlisted the help of five vocalists to perform on 2008’s “Dive Deep” including Judie Tzuke and Thomas Dybdahl.

Edwards and Morcheeba had remained on the same management company, which in 2009 led to their chance meeting and before long Edwards’ return. Making her live return to the band at the Caprices Festival, Switzerland, Morcheeba released their seventh studio album “Blood Like Lemonade” in June 2010. The band embarked on an eighteenth-month tour and have subsequently released their eighth album “Head Up High” in October 2013.

Tuesday 14 May 2019
Morcheeba
Majestic Music Club, Bratislava, Slovakia

Friday 21 June 2019 – Sunday 23 June 2019
Morcheeba
Secret Solstice Festival 2019
Laugardalur Park, Reykjavík, Iceland

Thursday 25 July 2019 – Saturday 27 July 2019
Morcheeba
Farmfestival 2019
Gilcombe Farm, Bruton, UK

Thursday 25 July 2019 – Sunday 28 July 2019
Morcheeba
Camp Bestival 2019
Lulworth Castle, East Lulworth, UK

Friday 02 August 2019 – Sunday 04 August 2019
Morcheeba
Reggae Sun Ska Festival 2019
VERTHEUIL, France

Thievery Corporation

March 19, 2019 in

Thievery Corporation

https://www.songkick.com/artists/114197-thievery-corporation/calendar

LouLou Ghelichkahani is was born in San Jose California and raised in Paris, France. The Singer/Songwriter records and performs with Thievery Corporation, as well as Bonefur and Night Glitter.

Friday 31 May 2019
Thievery Corporation
with Chromeo
Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison, CO, US

Friday 28 June 2019
Thievery Corporation
Groove Quake Festival 2019
Schlosspark, Schloss Esterházy, Eisenstadt, Austria

Wednesday 03 July 2019 – Sunday 07 July 2019
Thievery Corporation
Innervisions Festival 2019
London, UK

Friday 05 July 2019 – Saturday 06 July 2019
Thievery Corporation
Innervisions Festival 2019
Indigo at The O2, Greenwich, UK

Saturday 20 July 2019
Thievery Corporation
Wanderlust Festival 2019
Squaw Valley, Olympic Valley, CA, US

Friday 11 October 2019
Thievery Corporation
Pier 17, New York, NY, US

The Herbaliser

March 19, 2019 in

The Herbaliser

https://www.bandsintown.com/en/a/25860-the-herbaliser

Fusing jazz, funk and hip-hop, The Herbaliser offers heavy grooves inspired by American jazz and funk by the likes of Roy Ayers, James Brown and Ramsey Lewis alongside early east coast hip-hop, through the Jungle Brothers, Afrika Bambaata and Grandmaster Flash.

Featuring Jake Wherry, former bassist in acid jazz group, the Propheteers alongside South London, UK DJ, Ollie Teeba, the pair create modern breakbeat and trip-hop that is instilled with early instrumental hip-hop tradition as well jazz and funk grooves, making them stand out from the crowd in the modern beat scene. The band initially signed with Coldcut’s legendary electronic label, Ninja Tune, after impressing bosses Matt Black and Jonathon More with an early demo, before moving to IK7 Records in 2008.

Their initial EP releases on Ninja Tune in the early 90s were warmly received, establishing the pair in London’s (UK) breakbeat scene. Their debut LP, “Remedies,” was released in 1995, helping to provide exposure to both the band and Ninja Tune. Their recordings were sample-laden, full of early funk and acid-jazz grooves alongside early hip-hop beats. Their second LP, “Blow Your Headphones” (1997), gave further depth to the trip-hop sound, with 1999’s “Very Mercenary and 2002’s “Something Wicked This Way Comes,” focusing more on hip-hop elements.

The group have also been commissioned to provide remixes for a number of artists, including DJ Food, Raw Stylus and Coldcut. Live, The Herbaliser play with a full band, who were also utilised for the recording project, “Session 1” in 2000. Their live band has slowly gained more influence with their recorded work, seen in 2005’s “Take London” and 2008’s “Same as It Never Was.” The latter was their debut release on IK7 Records. They have since created their own label, Department H, releasing their seventh studio album, “There Were Seven,” on this imprint.

Throughout their career, The Herbaliser have collaborated with some of the finest acts in Hip Hop and the beat scene, including Roots Manuva, MF Doom, Rakaa iriscience of Dilated Peoples, Blade and Mungo’s HiFi.

MAR 22 2019
Bristol, United Kingdom
O2 Academy Bristol

MAY 17 2019
Biarritz, France
Atabal

JUN 14 2019
Bressuire, France
SALLE EMERAUDE

Jazzanova

March 19, 2019 in

Jazzanova

https://www.songkick.com/artists/147222-jazzanova/calendar

Jazzanova (formed in 1995) is eclectic German jazz, electronica, and house music collective of DJs, who rose to recognition in 1997 with their debut production “Fedime’s Flight”, hailing from Berlin, Germany.

Comprised of DJs Alexander Barck, Class Brieler, Roskow Kretschmann, Stefan Leisering, Axel Reinemer, and Jürgen von Knoblauch, Jazzanova’s members all met at the Berlin-based club, Delicious Doughnuts. Expressing an interest to create a sophisticated, jazz-infused sound that borrows influences from past decades of dance music, the collective formed Jazzanova in 1995. It was two years however before the group yielded any rewards for their efforts, when BBC DJ Giles Peterson premiered the group’s debut production, “Fedime’s Flight” on his radio show. This success led the group to produce remixes for the likes of 4hero, Men from the Nile, and Ian Pooley, which subsequently comprised the group’s early compilation, “The Remixes 1997-2000”.

By this point Jazzanova had gained real momentum in dance and house circles, which Barck, Brieler, and von Knoblauch built on by performing DJ sets the world over. Upon its official release on the newly-founded Jazzanova Compost Records, “Fedime’s Flight”, soon became a staple of DJs’ sets across Germany and Europe, and was subsequently succeeded by the production, “Caravelle”. In 2002 following five years of hard graft, Jazzanova issued their debut full-length “In Between”. Featuring remixes of their debut, the compilation “Remixed” followed in 2003, marked by guest contributions from Kyoto Jazz Massive, Ayro and King Britt.

Jazzanova continued their prodigious remix output well into the new millennium, with mixes of artists including Liquid Lounge, Ursula Rocker, Marshmallows, Calexico, Shaun Escoffery, and Status IV. In 2005, entrusted with the jazz label Blue Note’s entire back-catalogue, Jazzanova issued the compilation “Blue Note Trip: Lookin’ Back/Movin’ On”, turning old jazz numbers into dancing catalysts. A second remix album appeared in 2005, “The Remixes 2002-2005, showcasing the group’s most recent output, followed by “Glow and Glare” in 2005, and “Paz e Futebol” and “Broad Casting” in 2006.

The group’s sophomore full-length “All the the Things” was issued on Jazzanova Compost Recordings in 2008, marked by soulful vocals from the likes of Leon Ware, Dwele, and José Jones and rapper Phonte Coleman. A host of remixes followed, as did a second album of Blue Note mixes “Blue Note Trip: Scrambled/Mashed” in 2006, and the compilation “Belle et Fou” in 2007. The collective’s third full-length “Upside Down” was released in January 2012, following which Jazzanova hit the studio with a live band and Paul Randolph to create the well-received “The Funkhaus Studio Sessions” in 2012.

Thursday 20 June 2019 – Saturday 22 June 2019
Jazzanova
Tauron Nova Music Festival 2019
Katowice, Poland

Wednesday 17 July 2019 – Sunday 04 August 2019
Jazzanova
Zelt Musik Festival 2019
Freiburg, Germany

Thursday 08 August 2019 – Sunday 11 August 2019
Jazzanova
Silda Jazz 2019
Haugesund, Norway

Alice Russell

March 19, 2019 in

Alice Russell

https://www.ticketmaster.co.uk/Alice-Russell-tickets/artist/972777

Alice Russell (born 16 March 1976) is a soul singer from Suffolk, England whose love for gospel and soul helped shape her sound, inspired by the legends: Eva Cassidy, Aretha Franklin and Minnie Ripperton.

Born into a musical family and the daughter of an organist, Russell’s love for music was nurtured from an early age as she began learning the cello age nine and sung in choirs. In 1994 Russell went to university in Brighton, England to study art and music.

In the early noughties, Russell started making a name for herself as she featured on recordings for the likes of Mr Scruff, Nostalgia 77 and Quantic which really showed the versatility of her voice as she meandered through Latin, funk, jazz and soul. In 2004 she released her debut album “Under the Munka Moon” through the label Tru Thoughts which featured a collection of singles, collaborations and remixes. Her follow up album “My Favourite Letters” (2005) received favourable reviews from critics as Russell steadily made a name for herself with her powerfully textured soulful vocals.

In 2008 she released her fourth album “Pot of Gold” through Six Degrees Records in the US and on her own label Little Poppet in the UK. Russell has supported the likes of Femi Kuti, De La Soul, played alongside Amy Winehouse and performed at Big Chill, SXSW and Montreal Jazz Festival.

The joy in Russell’s music is witnessing it live as she jumps leaps and bounds. Whether it’s an intimate performance with a single spotlight on or accompanied by a 16 piece band performing in front of 4000 people, the unique experience Russell provides time after time leaves audiences walking away with goosebumps as her silky smooth bluesy vocals captivates the entire room. An incredible British talent, Russell has an abundance of passion and with each release delves into the depths of her soul.

MAY 17 2019
Brighton Beach & Various Brighton Venues – Brighton
Funk & Soul Weekender: Weekend Ticket

MAY 17 2019
Brighton Beach & Various Brighton Venues – Brighton
Funk & Soul Weekender: Weekend VIP

MAY 18 2019
Brighton Beach & Various Brighton Venues – Brighton
Funk & Soul Weekender: Saturday Ticket

MAY 18 2019
Brighton Beach & Various Brighton Venues – Brighton
Funk & Soul Weekender: Saturday VIP

MAY 18 2019
Brighton Beach & Various Brighton Venues – Brighton
Funk & Soul Weekender: Weekend Ticket

MAY 18 2019
Brighton Beach & Various Brighton Venues – Brighton
Funk & Soul Weekender: Weekend VIP Upgrade

MAY 19 2019
Brighton Beach & Various Brighton Venues – Brighton
Funk & Soul Weekender: Official Ticket, Hospitality and Hotel Packages

MAY 19 2019
Brighton Beach & Various Brighton Venues – Brighton
Funk & Soul Weekender: Weekend Ticket

MAY 19 2019
Brighton Beach & Various Brighton Venues – Brighton
Funk & Soul Weekender: Weekend VIP

Quantic

March 19, 2019 in

Quantic

https://www.songkick.com/artists/412964-quantic/calendar

Both prolific and eclectic, Will Holland (aka Quantic), hailing from Worcestershire, UK and now based in Colombia, is one of the most excitingly diverse producers of this modern age.

Drawing upon latin styles such as cumber, boss nova and salsa, Quantic creates a refreshing blend of soul and funk that is driven by breakbeat, with his work often being lumped in with the nu-jazz genre. As well as producing albums as Quantic, Holland is often joined by fellow musicians to create the Quantic Soul Orchestra and The Limp Twins. What sets Holland apart from other producers is his use of original compositions, relying little on samples from other artists, making his music decidedly unique.

Having played guitar in a number of different bands as a teenager, Holland found electronica and dance music, switching to creating house and breakbeat, launching his musical career with his “We Got Soul” recording in 2000. This was followed by his full-length debut, “The 5th Exotic” in 2001, released on the Tru Thoughts label, which received widespread critical acclaim, establishing Quantic as a producer on the rise. His debut was followed by 2002’s “Apricot Morning” with both records featuring the delectable vocal talents of British retro-soul singer, Alice Russell, with whom he would go on to collaborate with in 2012, with the album “Look Around The Corner.”

In 2003, Holland assembled the Quantic Soul Orchestra to record the album, “Stampede.” This new project saw Holland picking up the guitar, amongst other instruments, leading his fellow musicians in playing a record of 60s/70s influenced funk, with a raw sound heavy on the groove. His sister, Lucy Holland, also joined him on the album, playing a saxophone.

Having traveled to Colombia in 2007, Holland created his own analog recording studio and began recording albums. He began to draw on many eclectic influences, such as in his tropical-vibed dub side project “Quantic Presenta Flowering Inferno” in 2008, which featured a number of local musicians.

Holland has also set up his own label, Magnetic Fields, which focuses on releasing heavy soul and funk records.

Friday 12 April 2019
Quantic
Good Room, Brooklyn, NY, US

Friday 24 May 2019
Quantic
Cabaret Sauvage, Paris, France

Saturday 25 May 2019
Quantic
Ipse, Berlin, Germany

Sunday 26 May 2019
Quantic
Phonox, Brixton, UK

Friday 12 April 2019
Quantic
Good Room, Brooklyn, NY, US

Friday 24 May 2019
Quantic
Cabaret Sauvage, Paris, France

Saturday 25 May 2019
Quantic
Ipse, Berlin, Germany

Sunday 26 May 2019
Quantic
Phonox, Brixton, UK

Late Night Radio

March 19, 2019 in

Late Night Radio

https://www.songkick.com/artists/6486334-late-night-radio/calendar

Late Night Radio is Alex Medellin, Electro/ Hip Hop/ Soul – Hustling to make his mark in Denver, Colorado’s electronic music melting pot, Late Night Radio is earning the respect of fans and peers alike through prolific production, innovative experimentation, and a dogged dedication to the craft. Alex Medellin has put in his time in the industry, coming up in Texas and California, but his ascension in the Colorado scene speaks to his ability to not only create a stunning array of original tracks, but bring them to life on stage, practicing what he preaches—guided by the mantra “emotion over energy.”

Late Night Radio is Bob Kordas, Diane Kordas, George Ede, and Fred Fowler. They play bluegrass, acoustic swing, old-timey and roots-based original compositions, including the epitaph for the Old Man of the Mountain “Gone but not Forgotten”. They are based in Weare, New Hampshire. Diane Kordas is an accomplished singer-songwriter, who performs in schools and for children. Between them, they play banjo, guitar, resophonic guitar, fiddle, and bass.

There have apparently been two or more bands calling themselves Late NIght Radio, only one of which is seemingly active at the present time. The videos filed under this name apparently belong to a 1980’s band of this name rather than the New Hampshire group.

Saturday 23 March 2019
Late Night Radio
Schmiggity’s Live Music Dance Bar, Steamboat Springs, CO, US

Saturday 06 April 2019
Late Night Radio
T Bar Social Club, June Lake, CA, US

Marvel Years

March 19, 2019 in

Marvel Years

https://www.bandsintown.com/en/a/6149325-marvel-years

Marvel Years (a.k.a. Cory Wythe) is an up-and-coming 19-year-old musician out of Burlington, Vermont.
He is an electronic dance music DJ/producer as well as a talented guitarist who is versed in mostly blues
and classic rock. He utilizes all three of these skills to create his soulful original tunes and remixes. His
sound is a unique hybrid breed of EDM that combines a lot of glitch, retro-funk, soul, jazz and hip-hop. It
has a pleasant feel to it that is far more developed than one might expect of a teenager just starting his
career. Often compared to Pretty Lights, Marvel Years has smooth funky sounding music on lock, and
his releases are primed and ready for you to forget your troubles and enter into a happier state of mind.

Marvel Years’ sophomore EP appropriately titled Nowhere But Up is slated for release on April 9th
through Gravitas Recordings. It will be available for free download. “Only If It’s Right,” released on
March 26th, is the first single off the forthcoming EP.

Dream Big was his debut EP and released in November 2012, also through Gravitas Recordings. It has
been received very well to a widespread demographic and gained Marvel Years’ YouTube channel
almost 100,000 views so far.

“This 19 year-old producer has been at it for a short while but his production alongside
his creativity is a winning combination. Spreading a more chilled, groovy vibe, this set is
sure to please.” –“Dangerous Wolf” at Be The Rave regarding the Dream Big EP.

Aside from releasing his all-original hits on Dream Big, Marvel Years has also released two original
singles as well as two remixes of retro classic-rock tracks, and these releases have gained attention from
several different music blogs/websites and also seem to be thoroughly enjoyed by those who listen.

Marvel Years is a talented guitarist with several years’ experience. Check out his skills shredding the
guitar (as well as how he seamlessly incorporates it into his electronic music by sampling it) on the
tracks “Check the Vibe”, “Depend On”, & “Only If It’s Right”. Marvel Years aims to combine live mixing/
producing with live guitar onstage as a one-man show in the future. This will set him apart from many
other EDM artists today, first with the live production, and also with the addition of playing live guitar all
while synchronizing it together right before the audience.

Marvel Years is a kid with a dream, the talent, and the drive to become a household name. He has found
a good amount of success for such a short time making music. In fact, Cory really wasn’t planning on
pursuing music at all as his career until other people started noticing his music he posted online. He
says, “it started off as something that I would do when I had nothing to do and it was just a side project.
It didn’t really start to become my main focus until my first few months in college when I started to gain
attention from labels, promoters, etc. and now my music has shifted from something I do on the side to
something I focus on day in and day out.” Keep your eye on this fresh artist who is making big moves….
And become marveled yourself.

Friday 12 April 2019
Marvel Years
Elevation 27, Virginia Beach, VA, US

Saturday 13 April 2019
Marvel Years
U Street Music Hall, Washington, DC, US

Friday 19 April 2019
Marvel Years
with Thriftworks
Fox Theatre, Boulder, CO, US

Friday 19 April 2019 – Sunday 21 April 2019
Marvel Years
Sweetwater 420 Festival 2019
Sweetwater 420 Festival, Atlanta, GA, US

Saturday 20 April 2019
Marvel Years
with Funkstatik and Elctrx
Hodi’s Half Note, Fort Collins, CO, US

Friday 02 August 2019 – Sunday 04 August 2019
Marvel Years
ARISE Music Festival 2019
Loveland, CO, US

CloZee

March 19, 2019 in

CloZee

https://www.songkick.com/artists/6216809-clozee/calendar

CloZee. This week we’re shining the Artist Spotlight on CloZee, whose real name is ChloÉ Herry. … She picked up music at age 11 with classical guitar, was producing electronic music by age 16, and in 2009 theCloZee project and moniker was born.

Friday 22 March 2019
CloZee
with Senbei and Al Tarba
Rock School Barbey, Bordeaux, France

Thursday 11 April 2019
CloZee
The Showbox, Seattle, WA, US

Friday 12 April 2019
CloZee
McMenamin’s Crystal Ballroom, Portland, OR, US

Friday 12 April 2019 – Sunday 14 April 2019
CloZee
Coachella 2019
Empire Polo Club, Indio, CA, US

Thursday 18 April 2019
CloZee
Music Box, San Diego, CA, US

Friday 19 April 2019 – Sunday 21 April 2019
CloZee
Coachella 2019
Empire Polo Club, Indio, CA, US

Thursday 25 April 2019
CloZee
Theater of the Living Arts, Philadelphia, PA, US

Friday 26 April 2019
CloZee
Magic Stick, Detroit, MI, US

Saturday 27 April 2019
CloZee
Palladium, Worcester, MA, US

Sunday 28 April 2019
CloZee
Celine Orlando, Orlando, FL, US

Thursday 02 May 2019
CloZee
Metro Music Hall, Salt Lake City, UT, US

Friday 03 May 2019
CloZee
Belly Up Aspen, Aspen, CO, US

Saturday 04 May 2019
CloZee
with Shpongle
Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison, CO, US

Wednesday 08 May 2019 – Monday 13 May 2019
CloZee
Lightning In A Bottle 2019
Lightning in a Bottle, Bakersfield, CA, US

Friday 10 May 2019
CloZee
Skyway Theatre, Minneapolis, MN, US

Friday 10 May 2019 – Sunday 12 May 2019
CloZee
Shaky Beats Festival 2019
Atlanta, GA, US

Thursday 16 May 2019
CloZee
Meow Wolf, Santa Fe, NM, US

Thursday 23 May 2019
CloZee
Republic, New Orleans, LA, US

Friday 24 May 2019 – Monday 27 May 2019
CloZee
Elements Lakewood Festival 2019
Elements Lakewood Festival, Lakewood, PA, US

Saturday 25 May 2019
CloZee
9:30 Club, Washington, DC, US

Thursday 13 June 2019 – Tuesday 18 June 2019
CloZee
Anthropos Festival 2019
Stevenage, UK

Thursday 01 August 2019 – Sunday 04 August 2019
CloZee
Summer Meltdown 2019
Darrington Bluegrass Music Park, Darrington, WA, US

Friday 02 August 2019 – Sunday 04 August 2019
CloZee
ARISE Music Festival 2019
Loveland, CO, US