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Morr tour dates

January 29th, 2010

tour dates:

B. Fleischmann

20.03.2010 — St.Pölten (AT) — Cafe Publik (w/ marilies jagsch, sweet william van ghost)

Benni Hemm Hemm

24.03.2010 — Dublin (IE) — Whelans

26.03.2010 — London (GB) — TBA

27.03.2010 — Oxford (GB) — Jericho Tavern

28.03.2010 — Cardiff (GB) — Buffalo Bar

05.04.2010 — Dordrecht (NL) — Bibelot

07.04.2010 — Luxembourg (LU) — d*qliq

08.04.2010 — Paris (FR) — Café De La Danse

14.04.2010 — Vienna (AT) — Chelsea

16.04.2010 — Erlangen (DE) — E-Werk

17.04.2010 — Berlin (DE) — Glashaus

18.04.2010 — Hamburg (DE) — Hafenklang


18.02.2010 — Oslo (NO) — by:larm festival (John Dee, 0.00 am)

19.02.2010 — Oslo (NO) — by:larm festival (Gamla, 0.30 am)

28.02.2010 — Hannover (DE) — Feinkost Lampe

01.03.2010 — Duisburg (DE) — Steinbruch

02.03.2010 — Hamburg (DE) — Hafenklang

03.03.2010 — Leipzig (DE) — Nato

04.03.2010 — Berlin (DE) — Festsaal Kreuzberg (DJ Valerie Trebeljahr & Markus Acher (Lali Puna))

05.03.2010 — Dresden (DE) — Beatpol

06.03.2010 — München (DE) — 59to1

07.03.2010 — Vienna (AT) — B72

17.03.2010 — Austin (US) — SXSW Festival

18.03.2010 — Austin (US) — SXSW Festival

19.03.2010 — Austin (US) — SXSW Festival

20.03.2010 — Austin (US) — SXSW Festival

21.03.2010 — Austin (US) — SXSW Festival

25.03.2010 — New York (US) — Mercury Lounge

Surf City

17.03.2010 — Austin (US) — SXSW Festival

18.03.2010 — Austin (US) — SXSW Festival

19.03.2010 — Austin (US) — SXSW Festival

20.03.2010 — Austin (US) — SXSW Festival

The Notwist

27.03.2010 — Lucerne (CH) — Südpol

14.04.2010 — Würzburg (AX) — Posthalle

15.04.2010 — Hamburg (DE) — Fabrik

16.04.2010 — Copenhagen (DK) — Vega

17.04.2010 — Bielefeld (DE) — Forum

18.04.2010 — Darmstadt (DE) — Centralstation

Thomas Morr (DJ)

25.02.2010 — Berlin (DE) — Roter Salon (playing music for Beach House)

Morr music news

January 29th, 2010

On February, 28th the London fellows can watch some special ‘underwater performance’ by ISAN (even the ‘common’ gigs are rare enough!). The show takes place within the a series of events called ‘Arctic Circle – The Resonance of Music with Water’. Hauschka will play, too, and you can now get your tickets here! Listen to ISAN

ISAN & Hauschka

25.02.2010 — London (GB) — Kings Place

Fol Chen to tour with Liars, new music video, plus covers of Prince & Pink Floyd!

January 29th, 2010

Fol Chen had an incredible 2009, with rave reviews of their debut album on Asthmatic Kitty, Part One: John Shade, Your Fortune’s Made. They shot a video with the Laker girls. They covered Prince‘s “The Beautiful Ones” for Spin‘s Purplish Rain compilation and Pink Floyd’s “In The Flesh” for MOJO‘s tribute to The Wall. They hit the airwaves with live performances on the BBC and KCRW‘s Morning Becomes Eclectic and were featured on NPR’s Fresh Air with Terry Gross. They were remixed by many (including Liars) and did remixes of many others (including Junior Vasquez)

So, how do you top that for the new year and the new decade? Well, you start with a tour with the Liars, start work on a new LP and in your free time work with Emmy award winning director, Chris Wilcha to provide folks on a high concept music video shot in India to tide everyone over til the next record.

Watch the longer u wait

Listen to ‘In the flesh’ – Pink Floyd cover

Listen to the Beautiful ones – Prince cover

04/10 Los Angeles, CA El Rey *

04/14 Washington, DC Rock ‘n Roll Hotel *

04/15 New York, NY Bowery Ballroom *

04/16 Philadelphia, PA First Unitarian Church *

04/17 Boston, MA Paradise Lounge *

04/18 Brooklyn, NY Music Hall of Williamsburg *

04/27 San Francisco, CA Slim’s *

04/29 Portland, OR Hawthorne Theatre *

04/30 Vancouver, BC VenueCanada *

05/01 Seattle, WA Neumo’s *

* = w/ Liars

New video for The Go find

January 29th, 2010

Watch the the brand new video from electro-pop artist The Go Find for the song, “It’s Automatic,” off their third album, Everybody Knows It’s Gonna Happen, Only Not Tonight, coming out on Morr Music on Feb. 16th.

You may recognize the colorful mountainous setting as the one from their album cover (below) — it seems they prefer hanging out in this 2-dimensional world with fake birds, clouds and confetti… Directed by Kurt Max and The Go Find.

Wakey!Wakey! Releases Debut Single “Twenty-Two” On AOL/SPINNER

January 29th, 2010

Good thing Grubbs had a burgundy baby grand to wail on instead, the centerpiece of a Partridge-like music room that also housed a French horn, clarinet, violin and autoharp. Grubbs started climbing scales and chords here when he was 5. Back then, his mother—a longtime piano teacher and choir director—would ask the kids to sight read songs before they could even think of eating cereal. And homework,why, that was something you did simply to score more bench time.

“For every subject done,” he says, “I could play the piano for an hour. It was almost like video games for me.”

The games got a bit more complicated in high school, as Grubbs stumbled upon the songbooks of Billy Joel and Elton John. Not to mention the arena-ready anthems of Led Zeppelin. That unholy trinity, combined with the three B’s—Bach, Beethoven and Brahms—was enough to steer Grubbs away from the church music he was forced to focus on from an early age. 

“One of my main influences now is the fact that I didn’t have someone teach me proper jazz or rock playing,” explains Grubbs. “I had no idea how to put a song together; no one telling me, ‘Hey, you should check out Gershwin,’ but it was all so fascinating to me. So I found my own style by experimenting with what works and what doesn’t.”

Before Grubbs could tap his true voice through a string of buzz-stirring Wakey!Wakey! releases on Family Records (two live LPs, a free collection of covers and last spring’s War Sweater EP), the following dues were paid: a totally ‘90s bar gig aimed at pint-slamming college kids; a rock band best described by its beard quotient and Black Crowes nods (Satellite Kid); and two touring musicals (Brigadoon, Camelot). “I’m a tall, skinny straight guy who can sing,” says Grubbs. “That’s basically gold in the musical theater business because there’s none of us.”

Speaking of standing out, Wakey!Wakey! made their presence known over the past couple years by finding a perfect balance between crowd-pleasing pop and art-damaged indie rock. It’s something Grubbs learned from New York’s anti-folk scene and its founding father, Lach. (The Lower East Side icon mentored Grubbs, which isn’t a surprise—Lach shunned the piano the second he heard the Sex Pistols.) “To come from such a repressed musical environment and then hear someone like Regina Spektor perform with such abandon—shouting and hitting her stool with a drum stick—was priceless.” 

Nowadays, Grubbs is the crazy one, slapping his piano around and singing like his life depends on it while conducting a rich backdrop of sweeping strings, heavenly harmonies, and enough delicate details to make Wakey!Wakey!’s first proper LP feel like an Oscar-nominated film soundtrack. Which is ironic to say the least. After all, One Tree Hill creator Mark Schwahn loved a Wakey!Wakey! set so much he tapped their sun-stroked “War Sweater” track for season 6’s finale and recruited Grubbs for a recurring role. That’d be the tale of a bartender/musician named, err, Grubbs—a strangely familiar life story hinted at in such standout Wakey!Wakey! songs as “Almost Everything,” “Twenty-Two,” and “Got It All Wrong.” 

“We set out to make an album this time,” explains Grubbs. “I realize that’s not where people say this business is headed these days, but there’s something about translating a year’s worth of experience into ten songs and letting that tell the story. I feel lucky to have the chance to do that on my own terms.”


Sleepy Sun Announce US Tour Play South By Southwest & Bro Fest Embrace Out NOW On ATP Records

January 29th, 2010

Whether droning madly, spiralling into cascades of infinitely echoing vocals or kicking back with their blissed-out take on classic Americana rock, Sleepy Sun are a band that demand your attention. Formed in Santa Cruz and now based in San Francisco, this intense sextet are set to release their latest single, Sleepy Son (sic), taken from their breathtaking debut album, ‘Embrace’, in August.

Comprising Brian Tice (drums), Jack Allen (bass), Rachael Williams (vocals, haberdashery & interpretive dancing) Bret Constantino (vocals & harmonica), Evan Reiss (guitars) and Matt Holliman (guitars) – all 22 and 23, the band met in the counter-cultural hub city of Santa Cruz, California, citing “pizza, horticulture, Neil Percival Young,” as common interests. “With the forest and ocean as our back drop, we were drawn to each other as fellow musicians, friends, and lovers” they say.

Drawing musical inspiration from Black Sabbath, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Can and Creation Records, they forged their sound in intense jams, “free flowing, heady, ‘where am I?’ type jamming.”

Though they’re in the one-time home of psychedelia, it’s not San Francisco per se that influences their sound. “It comes more from Northern California itself more than any scene or city,” they say. “There truly is nowhere on Earth like our little corner of the country where the redwoods smother the ocean.”

What are you waiting for? Let’s Get Weird!

Earl Greyhound To Release Sophomore Smash Suspicious Package Out April 13th On Hawk Race Records March Tour With Coheed And Cambria / Headline Brooklyn Bowl This Saturday Jan 30th

January 29th, 2010

EARL GREYHOUND is pleased to announce the release of ‘Suspicious Package’, a blistering rock inferno spun out of the Brooklyn trio’s inspired and innovative rock-n-roll imagination machine. ‘Suspicious Package’ was recorded at Red Bull Studios in Santa Monica, under the nimble and keen producerly auspices of Dave Schiffman (Mars Volta, Red Hot Chili Peppers, System of a Down).

Earl Greyhound formed in 2002 with the collaboration of songwriters Matt Whyte and Kamara Thomas, who began performing regularly as a duo in NYC. All the while, they were crafting the unique sound and songs that would form the foundation for a colossal rock band. Their influences swept from the strident English three-and four-pieces of the 70’s, to the dark pop and heavy grunge grooves of the 90’s, to the transcendental, noisy acid sounds of modern rock.

In 2005, EG recorded their first album, Soft Targets, but they also hit their first snag when drummer Chris Bear left to pursue his fortunes with the band Grizzly Bear. Reluctant to release the album without a permanent drummer, Matt and Kamara vowed to play relentlessly until their dream drummer found them. Guitar player Kirk Douglass (The Roots) witnessed a show and brought his friend and Gold Crowns band mate Ricc Sheridan to the next few gigs. Ricc says, “I awoke from a dream one night, and I knew this was my band.” A few weeks later, a rockneck-inducing jam confirmed that the band had found its soul mate, and they hit the ground running. Soft Targets and EG’s wrecking ball of a live show earned them oodles of fans and critical acclaim from The New Yorker, SPIN, Rolling Stone, Brooklyn Vegan and Pitchfork, among others. The next three years were spent touring the US, Canada and Japan as well as opening for Gov’t Mule, Chris Cornell and Saul Williams.

‘Suspicious Package’ is Earl Greyhound’s sophomore release. The album marks a turning point in the band’s maturation since the benefit of Mr. Sheridan’s full creative collaboration. Listeners will notice a marked expansion into the higher reaches of the sonic territories. Heavy, dark, groovy and grand—Suspicious Package is a reminder that though ROCK is still only a four-letter word, it can still pack a load of splendor.

Big ears festival – Tickets on sale Friday

January 28th, 2010

On Friday, January 29th at 10:00 a.m. EST, a limited number of individual show tickets will go on sale for Vampire Weekend, the Dirty Projectors + Bang on a Can All-Stars, Joanna Newsom + special guests, St. Vincent + special guests, The National, Andrew WK performing with the Calder Quartet, Clogs with very special guests + My Brightest Diamond, Terry Riley performing solo and with his quartet, The xx + jj + Nosaj Thing, Eno’s Music for Airports performed by Bang on a Can All-Stars + the Books + special guests, and a collaborative performance of Riley’s celebrated piece, In C featuring Bang on a Can All-Stars and The Big Ears All-Stars. ( for additional info check our news section )

Big Ears festival (continued)

January 28th, 2010

Additional shows will be announced in the coming weeks. Please visit www.bigearsfestival.com for the most up-to-date information on the Big Ears schedule, lineup and ticket prices.

A limited number of Big Ears 2010 “Inner Ear” weekend festival passes are still available for $249.50 plus applicable service fees. The Big Ears 2010 Inner Ear weekend pass offers premium access to all Big Ears 2010 happenings throughout the entire weekend (subject to available capacity for each venue) as well as exclusive invitations and access to special events.

Individual tickets and Inner Ear passes may be purchased online at www.bigearsfestival.com or by calling 865-684-1200 ext. 2 between the hours of 10:00AM and 5:00PM EST.

BIG EARS 2010 Initial Schedule:


Friday, March 26th:

7:00 pm – Terry Riley Quartet featuring Gyan Riley, Tracy Silverman and Ches Smith 10:30 pm – The xx + jj + Nosaj Thing

Saturday, March 27th:

1:00 pm -Clogs with very special guests + My Brightest Diamond 7:00 pm – Andrew W.K. performing with the Calder Quartet 10:00 pm – Joanna Newsom + special guests

Sunday, March 28th:

7:00 pm – St. Vincent + special guests


Saturday, March 27th:

2:30 pm – Dirty Projectors + Bang on a Can All-Stars 8:00 pm – Vampire Weekend

12 midnight – Terry Riley’s In C, performed by Bang on a Can and special guests + Terry Riley solo

Sunday, March 28th: 2:00 pm – Brian Eno’s Music for Airports, performed by Bang on a Can + the Books + special guests 9:00 pm – The National + special guests

Moon Duo announces West Coast tour dates, playing SXSW

January 28th, 2010

San Francisco’s Moon Duo was formed in 2009 by Sanae Yamada and Erik Johnson (Wooden Shjips). Inspired initially by the legendary duo of John Coltrane and Rashied Ali, Moon Duo counts such variant groups as Silver Apples, Royal Trux, Moolah, Suicide, and Cluster as touchstones. Utilizing primarily guitar, keyboards, percussion and vocals, the duo plays space against form to create a primordial and disorienting sonic stew. The group released two acclaimed records in 2009: the debut 12″ single, Love on the Sea, on Sick Thirst, and the Killing Time EP on Sacred Bones. Their follow-up long-player, Escape, on Woodsist, marks the fullest realization yet of the young group’s evolving sound.

Listen to ‘Stumbling 22nd street’

On tour:

2/11 • Hemlock Tavern, San Francisco, CA *

2/12 • Synchronicity Space, Los Angeles, CA #$

2/13 • Showcave, Los Angeles, CA #&

2/15 • KDVS Radio, Davis, CA

2/16 • Brookedale Lodge, Santa Cruz, CA %

2/18 • Rendezvous, Seattle, WA +

2/19 • ANZA Club, Vancouver, BC ^

2/20 • East End, Portland, OR @

3/17 – 3/20 SXSW Austin, TX

* = w/ Nothing People, Epikurs Euforie

# = w/ Psychic Handbook

$ = w/ Pocahaunted

& = w/ Former Ghots, Popdrone

% = w/ The Entrance Band, Lights

+ = w/ Du Hexen Hase, Midday Veil

^ = w/ Stellar OM Source, Pacific City Nightlife Vision Band

@ = w/ Urinals, Leaders, Eat Skull