Roughneck Riot’s Out Of Anger Appears October 13th


“All the bittersweet energy and whisky-soaked delivery of The Pogues” – Rock Sound
“A steam-rolling wall of noise…if this lot don’t make you smile then you’re surely deaf or dead!” – R2Magazine

“The ill-fitting jewel in the British punk rock crown” – Hit The Floor

“A heady, booze-fuelled mix of full on hook filled punk rock” – Louder Than War
“Somewhere between Gogol Bodello, Jim Lockey and Hot Water Music playing NOFX covers” – Already Heard

“The real sound of small town anger and political fury in the on-going sh*tshow that is Cameron’s Britain” – Purerawk

New Album ‘Out Of Anger’ Released 13th October via TNS Records

UK and European Tour Dates Announced

Roughneck Riot are pleased to announce that their new album ‘Out Of Anger’ will be released on 13th October via legendary Manchester zine-turned-record-label TNS Records.

The 6 piece from Warrington, UK have been making their mark on the punk scene for nearly a decade with their heavy, melodic sound. Drawing influence from a host of folk, punk and hardcore bands, they’re intent on doing their bit to highlight the socio-political issues of the 21st Century to a brand new generation of punks.

“We’re reinventing and rewriting folk music to make sense to our lives today” comment the band on their attitude “We write music for people; regardless of race, nationality, age, gender or sexuality.The past 2 years have been quite ridiculous in the UK. We’ve been mostly writing when something has made us angry.”

“There’s a disgusting amount of fascism and racism in the UK and Europe and we’ve included some more personal tales from our own lives too – Sam (accordion) has even rewritten an old song about Fox Hunting to be a tribute to the Hunt Saboteurs of the UK. We are a voice amongst many in the scene that’s ready to be heard. We are here to play folk punk music. From nowhere and everywhere, this is our day.”

Since their early inception in 2005, Roughneck Riot have evolved into one of the most unique folk punk bands on the UK circuit, praised for their energetic live shows, constant touring and hard graft in the punk scene.

The new album, recorded at Jaraf House studios in Wigan, is testament to their relentless work ethic and carries more than a fistful of influence from The Levellers, Against Me!, Bad Religion and Dick Gaughan.

Watch the video for previous single ‘Ignorance Is Easy’ –

UK and European Live Dates:

August 22nd – Couvre Feu Festival, Corsept France
August 24th – 3 Chords Festival, Cornwall
August 30th – Blade fest
September 25th – Yorkshire House, Lancaster
September 27th – Bannermans, Edinburgh
September 28th – The Black Bull, Gateshead
September 29th – The Pack Horse, Leeds
October 1st- Venue TBA, Leicester
October 2nd – The Maze, Nottingham
October 4th- Lock Stock and Barrel Festival, Burton
October 9th- Venue TBA, Reading
October 10th – Venue TBA, Plymouth
October 11th – The Lower George, Gloucester
October 12th – The Adam and Eve, Birmingham
October 23rd – Lady Luck, Canterbury
October 24th – Eifler Folk Punk Festival, Blankenheim, Germany
October 25th – Beat Der Boktor Festival, Hengelo Netherlands
October 29th – Hafenklang, Hamburg Germany
December 6th – Dogfest, Warsop

Roughneck Riot are:
Matty Humphries – Lead vocals, mandolin
Ryan Taylor – Bass
Chris Green – Guitar
Caitlin Costello – Banjo
Tez Walker – Drums
Sam Bell – Accordion

Roughneck Riot on the internet:

BLKHRTS’ “Porties” Vid Debuts

BLKHRTS’ Video for “Porties” Premieres on Entertainment Weekly

“BLKHRTS are part of an insurgent movement that’s given hip-hop its own version of punk rock, overflowing with anarchic energy and intensely distorted sounds.” – Entertainment Weekly

“Like riding a roller coaster in the dark: violent, dramatic, and with many unexpected turns.” – Pitchfork

“The music is complex… buried samples with busy percussion to create a rough maelstrom of noise, but it’s also bluntly direct.” – Pigeons and Planes

“…trailer park flattening songs that approximate the feeling of trying to stop a hurricane with plywood.” – Passion of the Weiss

“If the straight and narrow path is a fresh, undying and ultimately very boring garden, then Eve, flirting with the demon serpent, is a BLKHRT.” – Westword

BLKHRTS pull their musical inspirations from a variety of sources. This eclectic assortment of influences shines through in both their music and the visuals they design to accompany them.

This week, BLKHRTS premiered their music video for the single “Porties” on Entertainment Weekly which writes, “goth tendencies come through loud and clear on “Porties,” where they rap about romantic complications over a beat that samples Bauhaus’ ‘She’s In Parties.’”

Unlike many of their peers in rap, BLKHRTS don’t just pull from rap/hip hop music, but rather from a variety of genres; especially from rock. “We’re really confident in our grasp of rock music and the way to interpolate that with hip-hop,” says Yonnas, the group’s producer. “We’re not making rap-rock. We’re making hard-core rap music that uses textures and the loud/soft dynamic and the textual element of rock and guitars. We’re the best guitar players in rap.”

Pitchfork named their debut BLK S BTFL one of the year’s best over-looked mixtapes. The review celebrated the group’s eclectic sample choices (Joy Division, Eraserhead, Gravediggaz) and described their sound as “riding a roller coaster in the dark: violent, dramatic, and with many unexpected turns.”

BLKHRTS recently released the mixtape Death, Romance and The Color BLK, which precedes the Love is Thicker Than Blood EP due out in the first quarter of 2015. Before the release of the EP, BLKHRTS are releasing two bonus songs on black heart shaped vinyl called DeadDrop, as part of a series of random releases. The first of these will be released in the fourth quarter of 2014.

Dream Theater Live Vids Coming September 30th





DREAM THEATER–Grammy-nominated progressive metal titans–have announced the release of BREAKING THE FOURTH WALL (LIVE FROM THE BOSTON OPERA HOUSE), a live Blu-Ray / DVD set of the band’s one-of-a-kind performance from the Boston Opera House on March 25, 2014. Produced by the band’s own John Petrucci, filmed and directed by Pierre and François Lamoureux, and mixed and mastered by Richard Chycki, BREAKING THE FOURTH WALL (LIVE FROM THE BOSTON OPERA HOUSE) is over 2 hours in length, capturing the special evening, which featured guest performances from The Berklee College of Music Orchestra and Choir. BREAKING THE FOURTH WALL (LIVE FROM THE BOSTON OPERA HOUSE) arrives September 30TH.

The collection will be available in multiple configurations including Blu-Ray, a 2 DVD set, and a webstore deluxe exclusive Blu-Ray/3 CD set with poster, all currently available for pre-order via the Roadrunner Records webstore. Furthermore, Dream Theater have premiered a video of “The Looking Glass” (LIVE) taken from BREAKING THE FOURTH WALL (LIVE FROM THE BOSTON OPERA HOUSE) which can be streamed on the band’s official YouTube Channel. All pre-orders for the webstore exclusive will receive an instant download of “The Looking Glass” (LIVE).

Dream Theater’s John Petrucci commented on the special event saying, “In many ways, this was a huge homecoming for the band given the history of Dream Theater’s origins and ties with Berklee. With John and I both being alumni and Mike having been a professor at the college for 10 years, we saw the opportunity to perform together with the students of Berklee as a tremendous thrill and honor. We are extremely grateful for everyone’s hard work in making this special event a reality and to all who participated.” He continued, “All of the Berklee College instrumentalists and vocalists did an outstanding job that night and it was awesome to have one of its students, Eren Başbuğ orchestrate and conduct them live at the Opera House after having been a part of our latest studio release in the same capacity. Dream Theater has always had a great connection to the city of Boston and we knew that against the backdrop of the beautiful Opera House, this would end up being a historic stop on our ‘Along For The Ride’ world tour and an evening most definitely worth capturing on video. Beautifully filmed and directed by Pierre Lamoureux and brilliantly mixed and mastered by Richard Chycki, this is in my opinion, a major highlight in our nearly 30 year career as a band. We are eagerly anticipating its release this fall and really hope that everyone enjoys it!”

This past year DREAM THEATER earned a second Grammy nomination for “Best Metal Performance” for the single “The Enemy Inside” from their current self-titled worldwide smash album (released September 24, 2013 on Roadrunner Records). “DREAM THEATER” made a spectacular debut this past fall, topping Billboard’s “Hard Rock Albums” chart while simultaneously entering at #7 on the overall Billboard 200. The extraordinary chart position marked the group’s third consecutive top 10 debut, and also saw “DREAM THEATER” making top 5 chart debuts in Japan, Germany, Italy, Canada, Argentina, Switzerland, Holland, and Finland, as well as top 10 debuts in Denmark, Austria, and Norway, with career high debuts in the United Kingdom and Australia. The band recently announced new tour dates which will see them bring their spectacular live show to South America, Asia and Australia later this fall.

For more information on DREAM THEATER, visit:

Lost Bayou Ramblers’ Bring Gasa Gasa Live September 30th


Grammy-nominated rock infused Cajun band Lost Bayou Ramblers return with Gasa Gasa Live on September 30th. Fall tour begins October 1 at Rockwood Music Hall in New York City.

With five albums under their belt—along with a 2007 Grammy nomination for Best Zydeco or Cajun Music Album for Live: À la Blue Moon—the group, featuring brothers Andre & Louis Michot, began making strides to expanding their sound on 2008’s Vermillionaire, which they recorded with Austin-based producer Chris “Frenchie” Smith. With Cavan Carruth moving increasingly into playing electric guitar, the Lost Bayou Ramblers have taken the next step with 2012s Mammoth Waltz on their own Bayou Perdu label and produced by Korey Richey [Arcade Fire, GIVERS] at the famed Dockside Studios in Maurice, LA.

Mammoth Waltz broke ground by taking Cajun music and turning it into something accessible and danceable to all. Adding in special guests including DR. JOHN, SCARLETT JOHANSSON, Violent Femme’s GORDON GANO, members of GIVERS, NORA ARNEZEDER only strengthened the eclectic mix of instrumentation and sound.

Rolling Stone featured the making of Mammoth Waltz video in October 2012 and recently New Orlean’s paper Times Picayune named it one of the “21 Best Louisiana Albums of the 21st century,” stating: “[Mammoth Waltz] revved up the punk possibilities of Cajun music while staying firmly rooted in the bayou.”

In 2013, the Lost Bayou Ramblers were linked to the Oscar Nominated film “Beasts of the Southern Wild,” arising from their contribution to the song “The Bathtub”, an interpretation of the “Balfa Waltz”.

Gasa Gasa Live features songs from Mammoth Waltz, covers and a new original from their forthcoming studio album due in early 2015. Gasa Gasa Live is available September 30th on their own Bayou Perdu label.

The Lost Bayou Ramblers will tour this fall.

Barbie™ and The Secret Door Soundtrack Out August 25th

ABKCO Records Sets Release

Barbie™ and The Secret Door Soundtrack CD

ABKCO Records, through its Little World imprint, will release the soundtrack CD for Barbie™ and The Secret Door on Monday, August 25.

Barbie™ and The Secret Door is a feature length animated film to be released by Universal Studios Home Entertainment on Digital HD August 26, and Blu-ray™ Combo Pack (including Blu-ray™, DVD, and Digital HD with Ultraviolet™) on September 16. Described as The Ultimate Fairytale Musical™, Barbie™ stars as Alexa™, a shy princess who discovers a secret door in her kingdom and enters a whimsical land filled with magical creatures and surprises.

The soundtrack CD features ten tracks, including seven original songs by Emmy Award® and Annie Award®-nominated lyricist and songwriter Amy Powers.

This marks Little World Record’s first partnership with the Barbie™ brand. Since 1959, Barbie® continues to find new ways to inspire and encourage the next generation of girls.

Track Listing:

1) What’s Gonna Happen – Alexa (Barbie)
2) If I Had Magic – Alexa (Barbie)
3) Magic Door (Score)
4) You’re Here – Nori and Romy
5) I Want It All – Malucia
6) I’ve Got Magic – Alexa (Barbie)
7) Unicorn (Score)
8) We’ve Got Magic – Nori and Romy
9) Return to the Castle (Score)
1 What’s Gonna Happen Reprise – Alexa (Barbie)

Cocek! Brass Band’s Here Comes Sholmo Coming October 2nd

Balkans and Beyond: Cocek! Brass Band Bring the Horns and the Energy

World Music/Contemporary | World Music/Traditional | Jazz

Sam Dechenne was an aspiring trumpet player, still in junior high school, when he looked through CDs in his local public library. One cover caught his eye, a picture of men holding shiny brass instruments, and he began to smile. The name of the band was exotic – Fanfare Ciocărlia. He had no idea what it meant or where they come from. But when he got home and played the disc, his life was changed forever. In that moment the foundation for Cocek! Brass Band was laid. Now their debut CD, ‘Here Comes Shlomo’ (released October 2nd, 2014) has arrived.

“I fell in love with the music,” recalls Dechenne. “It really spoke to me. From there I discovered more Balkan brass and it became the biggest influence on the band.”

For all that they’re named after a Balkan dance, Cocek! Brass Brand aren’t slavish copyists of the style. It’s definitely there, but it’s only one ingredient in a spicy stew of horns. The five-piece (two trumpets, trombone, tuba, and drums) also draw from jazz, New Orleans, and even reggae – not too much of a stretch as Dechenne is a member of John Brown’s Body, one of America’s leading roots reggae bands.

“I wrote all the material on the album,” Dechenne explains. ‘We’re not trying to be traditional. It comes from all the music I’ve played, whether it’s Balkan, West African, Dixieland, classical brass, marching bands, or whatever.”

And so “Slow Jump, Fast Fall” carries echoes of the slow drag style of early jazz, while faint traces of “Summertime” drift across “Vagabond Dreamin’.”

“I’ve been writing tunes for the last year,” Dechenne notes. “I didn’t really intend on doing anything with them. But when the band just came together last winter, we really hit the ground running, playing shows as much as we could for the last six months, then going into the studio. We already have another album’s worth of material.”

With just five players, Cocek! Brass Band is much smaller than most Balkan-style ensembles. But that was a very deliberate choice for Dechenne.

“I wanted it to be small in order to be sustainable,” he notes. “I play with larger bands and they’re so hard to organize. This way I can find voices that musicians don’t usually take on. So we’ll use the trumpets for harmonies while someone else takes on the melody, for instance, and the drums have a much larger role than usual. It means we’re constantly playing – there’s no laying out. By the end of a set we’re hurting.”

Listen closely and there’s plenty of klezmer in the sound, too. That’s unusual, as the style usually revolves around violin and clarinet. But it’s not too astonishing. Both Dechenne and tuba player Jim Gray work in Klezwoods, while drummer Grant Smith is a founder of the famed Klezmer Conservatory Band and works with the legendary Itzhak Perlman.

“It’s definitely there,” Dechenne agrees, “but there’s always been a crossover between klezmer and Roma music, which is one of the roots of Balkan brass. And half the tracks of the album are Balkan čoček dance tunes. People might not be able to pronounce the word (it’s cho-check) but that’s fine. What we really want is to bring this music to a wide range of people.”

The enthusiasm on the disc is infectious, from the woozy virtuosity of “Clown Walk” to the more reflective closer, “Mountain Love Song.” And what they do is enough to convince people who grew up with that brass sound.

“We played a show in Boston and a bunch of guys from Serbia were in the audience. They stood right at the front with their arms crossed. We didn’t know what to expect. Afterwards, they came up and said they loved it.”

Although they use microphones for concerts, they can also play without amplification, which opens up more options. At a bar gig in New Hampshire they ended up playing out on the porch for the crowd that had assembled there on a warm spring evening.

“It’s not typical dance music for Americans, but it’s definitely party music,” Dechenne says. “And that’s what I want, that’s what matters to me. We’d love to play festivals and concerts, but we still want to play small bars, too.”

With Here Comes Shlomo, Cocek! Brass Band are on the way. It’s accomplished, brimming with confidence and invention. But Dechenne has never forgotten the seventh grader who was so transfixed by Fanfare Ciocărlia.

“They played her in January and I finally had the chance to see them. When the show was over I told them about my band.” He pauses, as if he can’t quite believe the response. “They said we should come over to Romania. And that we could stay with them. That’s pretty amazing.”

For Sam Dechenne and Cocek! Brass Band, dreams do come true.

Run The Jewels’ RTJ2 Out October 26th




“Run The Jewels, the super dynamic duo of El-P and Killer Mike, two of the most distinctive and celebrated names in rap, have announced their sophomore album RTJ2 is set to drop on October 28th. Newly signed to Mass Appeal Records, the album will be released in a variety of formats, including free download, CD, LP, and digital.” The immensely anticipated album includes guests ranging from Zach de la Rocha to Travis Barker among others TBA, but the duo maintain the album is first and foremost about the creative partnership between the MCs themselves. “We are very excited to bring you the next chapter of Run The Jewels via the good folks at Mass Appeal” states El-P. “We can make no promises about the safety of any animals involved in the creation of this record.” Killer Mike adds, “It is the best rap group album since RTJ1!” In conjunction with the announcement Run The Jewels have shared the full version of “Blockbuster Night”, an excerpt of which dominated the internet on its release just a few weeks ago.

While some thought the MCs to be an unlikely pairing on paper, the duo subverted and pulverized all expectations with their critically lauded Run The Jewels collaborative LP last year. Tapping into the creative synergy they’d discovered in 2012 on Mike’s R.A.P. Music album (produced by El-P) and El’s Cancer 4 Cure album (featuring Mike), Run The Jewels cemented their musical alliance with a set of uncompromisingly raw, often hilarious, system booming hip-hop, garnering a bounty of critical accolades including the likes of Rolling Stone, Pitchfork, XXL, SPIN, New York Times, and many more. Now well known for their massively energetic live sets, they will be touring North America in support of the album all of November.

Run The Jewels Tour Dates:

08/22 – Denver, CO – Mad Decent Block Party
08/23 – Los Angeles, CA @ FYF Fest 2014
11/7-9 – Austin, TX @ Fun Fun Fun Fest

Jesse Winchester’s Final Album Revealed September 16th


Legendary singer-songwriter died of cancer in April 2014
having just completed this album, produced by Mac McAnally
with guests Jerry Douglas and Jim Horn.

When the Southern singer-songwriter Jesse Winchester passed away on April 11, 2014, a few weeks shy of his 70th birthday, he left behind a legacy of distinctively insightful, gentle, frequently humorous songs about everyday people and their lives that became hits for other performers while he painstakingly crafted new classics to share.

Appleseed Recordings is honored to announce the September 16, 2014, release of Winchester’s final studio album, A Reasonable Amount of Trouble, written and recorded while he was in remission from the cancer that eventually returned and claimed him.
Although never a household name, Jesse was versatile enough to write pop, country and R&B hits for the likes of Nicolette Larson (“Rhumba Girl”), the Weather Girls (“Well-a-Wiggy”), Michael Martin Murphey (“I’m Gonna Miss You Girl), and even had his own Top 40 hit with “Say What” in 1981. His songs were also covered by Reba McEntire, Elvis Costello, Jimmy Buffett, Emmylou Harris, George Strait, Joan Baez, Wilson Pickett,Tom Rush, Jerry Jeff Walker, Anne Murray, The Everly Brothers, Wynonna Judd, New Grass Revival, Fairport Convention, Tim Hardin, Ronnie Hawkins, Ted Hawkins, Raffi, and many more.
He recorded ten studio albums and several live releases, and was nominated for Best Country Male Vocalist at the Juno Awards of 1990. He also earned the Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) in 2007. This fall he will be posthumously inducted into the Memphis Music Hall of Fame.

The new CD was produced by Mac McAnally, who also plays lead guitar (and has performed both functions for Jimmy Buffett, among others, for years), and features nine new Winchester originals and three lovingly chosen cover versions. Jesse plays acoustic guitar and keyboard and sings in his uniquely weightless tenor; there’s an attuned rhythm section, and guest appearances by “newgrass” country Grammy winner Jerry Douglas on lap steel and legendary saxophonist Jim Horn, among others.

Despite, or because of, his initial brush with death, Jesse still managed to write typically moving songs of life’s transient pleasures (“All That We Have Is Now”), tongue-in-cheek rockers (“Never Forget to Boogie”), and his uneasy peace with his — and everyone’s — eventual fate (the heartwrenching “Just So Much,” which closes the CD). Never maudlin, A Reasonable Amount of Trouble is tinged with his awareness of mortality but not a drop of self-pity. There’s Jesse’s humor, insight, tenderness, and even new versions of the sweet oldies he enjoyed so much (“Rhythm of the Rain,” “Devil or Angel,” and “Whispering Bells”).
The new CD, his second release for Appleseed Recordings, follows 2009’s Love Filling Station, which represented a career renaissance for Winchester as a recording artist and performer. The disc was a critical hit, and his performance of the album’s “Sham-A-Ling-Dong-Ding,” a tender modern “oldie” about teenage love, on longtime fan Elvis Costello’s Sundance cable series Spectacle, wrung tears from fellow guest Neko Case, the popular country and alt.rock musician. The video of his performance, Neko’s tears, and Elvis’s reaction, “That’s it, Jesse, show’s over. You’ve finished me off!” was shown on the Today Show website and more than a hundred other online sites and became an instant YouTube classic.
Winchester, a self-described “gentleman of leisure” for the preceding decade, undertook an active touring schedule after Love Filling Station’s release, abruptly halted in June 2011 by a diagnosis of cancer of the esophagus. After surgery and related treatments, Jesse was pronounced cancer-free a few months later and, as his strength slowly returned, he started work on new songs for what became A Reasonable Amount of Trouble (the title borrowed from a Sam Spade quote from The Maltese Falcon). During his illness and recovery, another big-name Winchester fan, Jimmy Buffett, organized an all-star tribute CD named Quiet About It (a Winchester song title that summarized his creative modus operandi) featuring Buffett, Costello, James Taylor, Lucinda Williams, Rosanne Cash and other stars.
Shockingly, in February 2014, the dormant cancer was found in his bladder, this time without a cure, and Jesse spent most of his remaining months at home in Charlottesville, Va., before his death on April 11.

Many of his musical colleagues weighed in with their sense of appreciation and loss.
Bob Dylan was already on record as saying, “You can’t talk about the best songwriters and not include him.” Joan Baez wrote, “Thank you, Jesse Winchester. You will be missed.” From Jerry Douglas: “Godspeed to gentle soul and precious friend, Jesse Winchester.” And from Winchester’s Appleseed labelmate, Jonathan Edwards: “I’m so grateful for the opportunity he gave all of us to visit the environment he gently and invitingly created on stage, no matter the size or shape of the venue; to come into his world of genteel Southern charm and dry, incisive wit and stay for a while. The world is a better place having seen the precious colors he painted it with and the soulful intellect he brought to its presentation.” In his liner notes to A Reasonable Amount of Trouble, Jimmy Buffett writes, “In my way of thinking, Jesse may no longer reside in the world of matter, but his energy sure as hell does. It is timeless and eternal and will be with us always from Montreal to Memphis, to those red skies off toward New Orleans” (referring to a line from one of Jesse’s earliest and best-known songs, “Biloxi”).

A particular surprise was a retweet by Jerry Seinfeld to his 2.3 million Twitter followers of an April 11 tweet from Albert Brooks, the witheringly funny actor, writer, and director, which read “R.I.P Jesse Winchester. If you watch this and you’re not moved you’re dead” and provided a link to Jesse’s show-stopping Spectacle performance.

Appleseed president Jim Musselman posted, “Jesse was a beautiful human being and one of the most wonderful artists that I have had the honor to work with. We had just finished recording a new CD with him called A Reasonable Amount of Trouble and he was very excited about the songs on the album. Jesse recorded a new song about life called “All That We Have Is Now” about living life fully, and also a beautiful song about facing death titled “Just So Much” that I cannot listen to without getting tears in my eyes. He showed such courage facing death and was strong throughout. We all can learn a lot from him in many ways . . . I am heartbroken over the loss of this remarkable musician.”
Perhaps Elvis Costello said it best: “The word that comes to mind is ‘grace.’”

Aphex Twin’s Syro Arriving September 23rd

SEPTEMBER 23, 2014

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Syria, September 23, 2014, along with records of Aphex Twin’s new album to be released. For the owner of Triple vinyl, CD and digital formats will be available. Bleep a very limited vinyl version you can register your interest in buying.

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08. CIRCLONT14 [152.97][shrymoming mix]
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SBTRKT Brings “New Dorp New York” And “Temporary View”


In advance of his Reading and Leeds performance this weekend, SBTRKT stopped by Zane Lowe’s BBC Radio 1show to perform new tracks off his upcoming album Wonder Where We land now out October 7 on Young Turks. Joined by Sampha for a performance of “Temporary View,” Ezra Koenig for a performance of “NEW DORP NEW YORK,” and lastly debuting a bonus track called “War Drums” featuring Warpaint.

You can stream the tracks on SBTRKT’s SoundCloud or at the BBC Radio website.

Wonder Where We Land follows his critically acclaimed eponymous debut album and a recent interim release of six instrumentals called Transitions, which joined the creative dots between the first and second albums.

Since the release of his debut album in 2011, SBTRKT has cemented his role as one of the most acclaimed electronic artists and performers around. What began as praise in his hometown of London has now reached to every corner of the globe.

SBTRKT’s captivating and ever changing live show will be touring the world for the rest of the year. Catch him at the following dates:


2014 / 2015 Tour Dates


09/26/14 – Leeds, UK @ O2 Academy

09/27/14 – Glasgow, UK @ O2 ABC

09/29/14 – Bristol, UK @ O2 Academy

09/30/14 – Manchester, UK @ Albert Hall

10/01/14 – Nottingham, UK @ Rock City

10/02/14 – London, UK @ Brixton Academy



11/08/14 – Turin, Italy @ C2C

11/10/14 – Munich, Germany @ Theaterfabrik

11/11/14 – Berlin, Germany @ Astra

11/12/14 – Warsaw, Poland @ Basen

11/13/14 – Hamburg, Germany @ Uebel & Gefährlich

11/15/14 – Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg @ Rockhal

11/16/14 – Amsterdam, Holland@ Melkweg

11/17/14 – Gent, Belgium @ Vooruit

11/18/14 – Paris, France @ Trianon


North America

10/07/14 – Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade

10/09/14 – New Orleans, LA @ Republic New Orleans

10/10/14 – Houston, TX @ House Of Blues

10/11/14 – Mexico City, MX @ Corona Capital Music Festival

10/12/14 – Dallas, TX @ House Of Blues

10/14/14 – Tempe, AZ @ The Marquee Theatre

10/15/14 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Belasco Theater

10/16/14 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Belasco Theatre

10/17/14 – Oakland, CA @ The Fox

10/18/14 – Las Vegas, NV @ House Of Blues

10/20/14 – Denver, CO @ The Ogden

10/23/14 – Chicago, IL @ Riviera Theatre

10/24/14 – Cleveland, OH @ House Of Blues

10/25/14 – Washington, DC @ Lincoln Theatre

10/26/14 – New York, NY @ Terminal 5

10/29/14 – Boston, MA @ Royale

10/31/14 – Toronto, ON @ Danforth Music Hall

11/01/14 – Toronto, ON @ Danforth Music Hall