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The Phenomenal handclap band US tour dates

May 29th, 2010

NYC-based Phenomenal Handclap Band is excited to announce they’ll be heading across North America in June. Having played many large, well-respected festivals all over the UK, Europe, the US and Australia, the 8-piece collective, founded by DJ and production partners Daniel Collás and Sean Marquand, consistently gets the dance-floor moving with their disco-infused pysch rock. They’ll be joined by the likes of These are Powers, Javelin, Kid Sister, De La Soul & many more throughout the trek.

The Phenomenal Handclap Band On Tour:

6.12 Brooklyn, NY – Music Hall of Williamsburg w/ These Are Powers & The Stallions

6.16 Buffalo, NY – Mohawk Place w/ Warpaint

6.17 Detroit, MI – Macho City Party @ Magic Stick

6.18 Chicago, IL – Just Desserts Party @ Lincoln Hall

6.19 Cleveland, OH – Solstice Festival @ Cleveland Museum of Art w/ Javelin

6.20 Toronto, ON – NXNE Festival @ Yonge-Dundes Square w/ Kid Sister & De La Soul


NXNE Music announces:Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductees IGGY & THE STOOGES X/ THE RAVEONETTES/ DE LA SOUL/ MUDHONEY/LES SAVY FAV/ MAN OR ASTROMAN/ COLD CAVE/ JAPANDROIDS/ SURFER BLOOD/ KID SISTER/WAVVES/ THEE OH SEES/ SLOAN

April 17th, 2010

TORONTO, April 13, 2010 – NXNE announces 14 incredible concerts in Toronto this summer. The festival kicks off on June 14 and runs until June 20, 2010. Tickets are now available online at www.nxne.com.

Presented by Virgin Mobile Canada, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees Iggy & The Stooges headline an explosive free show on Saturday, June 19 on the Virgin Mobile Stage at Yonge-Dundas Square – their first North American tour date this summer and only Canadian date on the tour. The Stooges’ line-up features James Williamson on guitar, original Stooge Scott Asheton on drums, bassist Mike Watt of Minutemen fame, long-time saxman Steve Mackay – and, up front, the godfather of punk himself: Iggy Pop.

Virgin’s history is rooted in music, so partnering with NXNE and bringing an act like Iggy & The Stooges in for a free show is just the sort of thing Virgin Mobile likes to do. We can’t wait to see him blow the audience away,” said Nathan Rosenberg, Chief Marketing Officer, Virgin Mobile Canada.

Revered Los Angeles punk band X returns to Toronto after a 20-year hiatus from Canada. Featuring the original line-up of John Doe, Exene Cervenka, Billy Zoom and dummer DJ Bonebrake, the band has two of its albums listed on Rolling Stone’s 500 Greatest Albums of All Time. 

Danish duo The Raveonettes hit NXNE on tour in support of their October release In and Out of Control. The band’s blend of ghostly vocals, spacey guitar, and noise has earned praise from Blender, Rolling Stone and Q Magazine since their first album was released in 2001.

Grammy award-winning Long Island trio De La Soul brings NXNE a shot of vintage hip hop and jazz rap. Mudhoney, considered the pioneers of Seattle grunge, play the festival and speak as part of the NXNE Conference Village. Incendiary art-rock quintet Les Savy Fav arrive from New York; and Alabama sci-fi surf rockers Man or Astroman’s crazy live show will leave crowds buzzing.

Also joining the line-up are Stereogum “band to watch” synthpop group Cold Cave and supercharged Vancouver duo Japandroids, whose music NME described as “a virtual tempest of joyous abandon.”

Rolling Stone’s Hype monitor alerted the world to Florida’s Surfer Blood, calling their April 2010 debut album “giant-sized choruses, festooned in glitter and lit up with neon.” They’re booked for NXNE, as is electro-rap Kanye protégé Kid Sister. San Diego’s surf-punk phenom Wavves tour as a three-piece and are also on this year’s bill.

Breakout psychobilly San Francisco quartet Thee Oh Sees make their NXNE debut playing “tunes only a soulless vampire couldn’t enjoy.” Juno award-winning Canadian rockers Sloan return to the festival this year.

To read about more artists just announced for NXNE 2010 go to www.nxne.com. Stay tuned this month for ongoing music announcements.

About NXNE 16 Years, 650 Bands, 50 Stages, 40 Films, 15 Conference Sessions, 7 Days. The NXNE festival experience takes over Toronto with the best new bands and international headliners, screenings of dynamic music films, compelling conference village sessions, rock n’ roll keynotes and insights from the most forward-thinking interactive media innovators, and a charity soccer match. This year’s festival runs from June 14-20, 2010. Visit NXNE online at www.nxne.com