Sunday, January 22, 2017

Check This: Daye Jack Let His Sound Blew YOUR Mind

Daye Jack announces tour this February
With K.Flay + Paper Route

+ Hype from Pigeons & Planes, Pitchfork, XXL and more
+ Complex's "25 New Rappers to Watch Out For"
+ Collaborations with Killer Mike, Tori Kelly, and Ariana Grande
 
 
 
 
 
TOUR DATES:
SAT 2/4 – Las Vegas, NV – The Bunkhouse Saloon
SUN 2/5 – Phoenix, AZ – The Crescent Ballroom
MON 2/6 – Albuquerque, NM – Sunshine Theater
TUE 2/7 – Colorado Springs, CO – The Black Sheep
THU 2/9 – Tulsa, OK – The Vanguard
SAT 2/11 – St. Louis, MO – Delmar Hall
THU 2/16 – Indianapolis, IN – HiFi
FRI 2/17 – Covington, KY – Madison Live
SAT 2/18 – Nashville, TN – Exit/In
MON 2/20 – Charlotte, NC – Visulite Theatre
TUE 2/21 – Atlanta, GA – Masquerade
THU 2/23 – Norfolk, VA – The NorVa
MON 2/27 – New York, NY - Bowery Ballroom
THU 3/2 – Buffalo, NY – The Waiting Room
 
 
 
   
 
 
"Bullshit"



 
 
Born in Nigeria, raised in the burbs of Atlanta, inspired by his old man and Steve Jobs to program computers, and downright deadly on the microphone, rapper, singer, and artist Daye Jack really made the most of his first 20 years. “I just want to do me and see what happens,” he affirms. It’s worked out so far…

After relocating from Nigeria to Atlanta at the age of six, he split his time between playing soccer, slinging computer code, singing in choir, and listening to the likes of Eminem, OutKast, and 50 Cent. Achieving a Computer Science scholarship to NYU (“I want to be the black Steve Jobs,” he grins), Daye traded the Big Peach for the Big Apple. During his freshmen year, he found inspiration in both the creative enclave of his classmates and the burgeoning movement of artists such as Chance the Rapper, Joey Bada$$, and Mac Miller.

In 2014, he cooked up his breakout mixtape Hello World during a winter break and uploaded it to the internet. Off the strength of the project, he signed his publishing to  GRAMMY® Award-winning super producer Max Martin [Maroon 5, Taylor Swift, Justin Timberlake] and inked a deal with Warner Bros. Records—personally scouted by the legendary Mike Elizondo [Dr. Dre, Eminem]. Releasing 2015’s Soul Glitch EP, he drummed up kudos and looks from Billboard, Pigeons & Planes, Pitchfork, XXL, and Complex who touted him among “25 New Rappers to Watch Out For.”  Simultaneously, he collaborated with everyone from Killer Mike (“Hands Up”) to Tori Kelly (“Expensive”) and Ariana Grande (“Sometimes”) and joined packed tours alongside headliners as diverse as Lukas Graham and Pell. Along the way, Daye worked on his next evolution, 2016’s Surf The Web EP in Los Angeles.

“For me, Soul Glitch was New York,” he explains. “It’s gritty, rough, electronic, and always moving. Surf The Web is L.A. You’re getting the job done, but you’re doing it in a chill way—remaining clear and concise. The sonics were really inspired by early aughts classics like Justified and Speakerboxxx/The Love Below. I got really clear-headed in Los Angeles, and I wanted to make music you could listen to forever.”

Case in point is the first single “Raw.” Over snappy percussion and a synth twinge produced by Elizondo, he spits with grit and gusto before an infectious declaration on the chorus. “We wanted to make something hardcore, straightforward, and rap,” he goes on. “That’s how we got ‘Raw.’ Lyrically, it’s about doing you, being yourself, and going hard at it.” The robotic harmonies and eighties keyboard swell of “Surf The Web” push his powerhouse voice to coast along a digital wave. Meanwhile, the EP closer “Deep End” struts through a simmering sonic backdrop with deft lyricism and soulful singing. “There’s a reason the EP concludes on ‘Deep End,’” he says. “The song is about going down that rabbit hole of the internet. You click on one headline, and then you click on another. You watch one YouTube video, and then you watch more. By the time a few hours have passed, you realize how messed up the world can be.”

To bring these songs on the road, Daye has developed an innovative live show. Accompanied by Siri as his “HypeWoman,” he utilizes a pad controller to personally DJ and trigger tracks, while rapping. “I want to do something people haven’t seen yet,” he declares. That’s a common thread for him, and it carries through his forthcoming full-length debut No Data as well. “Being Daye” is going to make a lasting impact. “If you take one thing away from my music, it’s that you should be yourself and do you at all points,” he leaves off. “If I make it, I’d love to inspire some kid to be like, ‘Damn, if I do me, I can be successful.’”

Today, Daye is excited to announce a tour of the States with K.Flay and Paper Route, kicking off this February.

September Mourning Release"20 Below" From Their New Album "Volume II" PLUS Dates with DOPE & COMBICHRIST

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September Mourning Release Official Music Video for “20 Below” Off of Debut LP, 'Volume II'

"20 Below" Premiered on Alternative Press

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
January 18, 2017 - The Dark Alternative, Hard Rock Transmedia Project September Mourning have released their Official Music Video for "20 Below" off of their debut full length album, Volume II, which is out now on Sumerian Records. Originally premiered on Alternative Press, "20 Below" follows the continuing story of human-reaper hybrid 'September' through parallel story lines as she is pursued between two worlds.

"And even if you strip me to my skin… your broken soul will make me whole again" - "20 Below"

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"20 Below is about ending the cycle of abuse within our own lives, whether it's self inflicted or from an outside source. We’ve all had those relationships where someone has gotten close to us, abuses us in some way… knocks us down so hard it diminishes our self esteem. "20 Below" is about the realization that the beat down feeling and feelings of worthlessness are untrue and being caused by some external negativity. It's about being strong enough within your own self to rise above. There are no saviors or Messiah coming to save us. There's only the strength in our hearts and our souls, which is greater than we can even conceive. It’s great enough to be the catalyst to save our own selves if we find a way to tap into that part of ourselves. - September
DOPE COMBI ALL DATES2

September Mourning is also gearing up to join Dope and Combichrist as direct support on their Blood Lust Death Tour with Davey Suicide opening.

Blood Lust Death Tour 2017 Dates:
02/27 @ Hawthorne Theatre - Portland, OR
02/28 @ Studio Seven - Seattle, WA
03/02 @ Liquid Joe's - Salt Lake City, UT
03/03 @ Sunshine Studios - Colorado Springs, CO
03/04 @ Aftershock - Merriam, KS
03/05 @ Outland Ballroom - Springfield, MO
03/06 @ Underground - Omaha, NE
03/07 @ Gabe's Oasis - Iowa City, IA
03/08 @ Amsterdam Bar & Hall - St Paul, MN
03/09 @ Courtside - Dubuque, IA
03/10 @ Q&Z Expo Center - Ringle, WI
03/11 @ The Sandlot - Green Bay, WI
03/12 @ The Annex - Madison, WI
03/13 @ The Metal Grill - Cudahy, WI
03/14 @ The Agora - Cleveland, OH
03/15 @ HOME Bar - Arlington Heights, IL
03/16 @ Big Shots - Valparaiso, IN
03/17 @ The Apollo Theatre - Belvedere, IL
03/18 @ The Machine Shop - Flint, MI
03/19 @ The Music Factory - Battle Creek, MI
03/20 @ Trixie's Ent. Complex - Louisville, KY
03/21 @ Diesel - Pittsburgh, PA
03/22 @ Reverb - Reading, PA
03/23 @ Highline Ballroom - New York, NY
03/24 @ Palladium - Worcester, MA
03/25 @ Fish Head Cantina - Halethorpe, MD
03/26 @ Arizona Pete's -Greensboro, NC
03/28 @ The Haven - Winter Park, FL
03/29 @ The Orpheum - Tampa, FL
03/30 @ O'Malley's Sports Bar - Fort Lauderdale, FL
04/02 @ Southport Music Hall - New Orleans, LA
04/03 @ Grizzly Hall - Austin, TX
04/04 @ Scout Bar - Houston, TX
04/05 @ Fitzgerald's - San Antonio, TX
04/06 @ Trees - Dallas, TX
04/08 @ Club Red - Mesa, AZ
04/09 @ The Regent Theater - Los Angeles, CA
SEPTEMBERMOURNING 2016

About September Mourning:

September Mourning's debut EP (Volume I) and comic book (A Murder of Reapers) tells an epic tale of “heartbreak, loss, pain, joy, love, redemption, but most of all, courage…” while the comic book chronicles the first chapter of her story. Produced by Sahaj Ticotin and Howard Benson, September Mourning revives the concept of rock star meets superhero. If Marilyn Manson and X-Men's Storm had a kid, it would be September Mourning, who also cites influences as varied as Motionless In WhiteDisturbed, and Muse..
“For me, the project is a story, a theatrical art piece,” September explains. “Music is the backbone, but for this to work, it has to include the imagery and the narrative all symbiotically linked into the whole. Music taps into your innermost being. There’s something very intimate and personal about it.”
The character of September Mourning is a human-reaper hybrid, who feels the need to give some human souls a second chance, and thus toys with Fate. To expound on this narrative, September is working with iconic comic book artist Marc Silvestri, who started out on the original X-Men comics and went on to form Top Cow Productions (Witchblade, The Darkness). Together, they are putting together the story of September Mourning in graphic form, to accompany, and enhance the musical message.
Having toured with Marilyn Manson, September Mourning has already built up an impressive fan base, which she calls her “Children of Fate,” constantly encouraging them to have “the courage to embrace their passion… to allow yourself to follow your heart and not be a slave to your fears. To know that the only boundaries that exist in our lives are the ones we allow.”
Band Lineup:
September
Shadou
Riven
Wraith
Stitch
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Friday, January 20, 2017

DASHBOARD CONFESSIONAL Surprise EP Covered

DASHBOARD CONFESSIONAL
Reveals Surprise EP
Covered + Taped via Spotify

Feat.  Songs by Justin Bieber, The 1975, Julien Baker, Sorority Noise
As a thank you to their fans for one of their fastest selling tours, DASHBOARD CONFESSIONAL’s Chris Carrabba covered some of his favorite songs for a surprise EP appropriately titled Covered + Taped. The EP includes songs by The 1975 (“Sex”),Julien Baker (“Sprained Ankle”), Justin Bieber (“Love Yourself”), and Sorority Noise(“Using”). “I love covering great songs by great artists,” Carrabba explains. “These are some songs I feel very connected to right now. Enough so that I felt I had a way of making them my own in some small way.” The EP is available now for streaming on Spotify:https://open.spotify.com/album/7f4MwHTkFBfEzefEtSNsPR

The group has added three shows in Nashville, a show in Santa Ana, along with an additional show in Chicago. Shows have been selling out as soon as they go on sale and tickets are becoming more scarce by the day. Surprise shows will be announced spontaneously throughout the tour for those who may not have been able to attend or for those who wish to go twice. Every song in the catalog has a chance to be played along with the possibility of new unreleased tracks such a “Heart.Beat.Here,” which contains the group’s classic sound that fans from around the world have grown to love since the band’s birth. Download it for FREE here: https://soundcloud.com/dashboardconfessional/dc-heartbeathere

After the release of his debut album 2000’s Swiss Army Romance, Dashboard Confessional, the solo moniker for Chris Carrabba gained the loyalty of fans through his honest heartfelt lyrics. The following year, Carrabba entered the studio to record The Places You Have Come to Fear the Most, the follow-up to their critically acclaimed debut. As a result of the sudden success of his second solo effort, Dashboard Confessional exploded and was everywhere from MTV to VH1 to MTV2 to magazine covers (SPIN,Alternative PressGuitar World Acoustic). Fans even copied Carrabba’s style down to his haircut.

By 2002 three other musicians had joined the band and Carrabba was asked to perform onMTV Unplugged and the subsequent live release marked the first time that many of the songs were recorded with a full band. Later that year, the band’s first breakout single “Screaming Infidelities” off of The Places You Have Come to Fear the Most won the MTV2 Award at the 2002 MTV Video Music Awards. Their third studio album A Mark, A Mission, A Brand, A Scar peaked at #2 on Billboard’s Top 200 Albums chart and was certified gold by RIAA. The band went on to release three more albums (Dusk and Summer,The Shade of Poison TreesAlter the Ending) over the next six years. To date, Dashboard Confessional has three RIAA certified gold-selling albums (Swiss Army RomanceThe Places You Have Come to Fear the MostA Mark, A Mission, A Brand, A Scar) and has had numerous songs featured on TV (Cougar TownOne Tree HillScrubsAll My Children,Laguna BeachNCISCold CaseClone High) and in movies (Shrek 2Spider-Man 2Made of HonorSydney White).

Dashboard Confessional is Chris Carrabba (vocals, guitar), Scott Schoenbeck(bass), Armon Jay (guitar, keys), Ben Homola (drums). 

 
Jan 19             Irving Plaza – SOLD OUT                               New York, NY
Jan 19             Knitting Factory – SOLD OUT                       Brooklyn, NY
Jan 20             Irving Plaza – SOLD OUT                              New York, NY
Jan 21             Irving Plaza – SOLD OUT                              New York, NY
Jan 22             The Fillmore                                                          Silver Spring, MD
Jan 23             TLA – SOLD OUT                                             Philadelphia, PA
Jan 24             TLA – SOLD OUT                                             Philadelphia, PA
Jan 26             Bogart’s                                                                  Cincinnati, OH
Jan 27             St. Andrews Hall – SOLD OUT                    Detroit, MI
Jan 28             House of Blues – SOLD OUT                       Chicago, IL
Jan 29             First Avenue                                                         Minneapolis, MN
Jan 31             The Summit Music Hall                                   Denver, CO
Feb 01             The Depot – SOLD OUT                                Salt Lake City, UT
Feb 02             The Fillmore – SOLD OUT                             San Francisco, CA
Feb 03             House of Blues – SOLD OUT                        San Diego, CA
Feb 04             The Wiltern – SOLD OUT                              Los Angeles, CA
Feb 06             The Observatory                                                   Santa Ana, CA
Feb 08             Marquee Theatre                                                 Tempe, AZ
Feb 10             Emo’s – SOLD OUT                                         Austin, TX
Feb 11             House of Blues – SOLD OUT                        Dallas, TX
Feb 12             House of Blues                                                     Houston, TX
Feb 13             House of Blues                                                     New Orleans, LA
Feb 15             Revolution                                                             Fort Lauderdale, FL
Feb 16             The Ritz Ybor                                                         Tampa, FL
Feb 17             The Underground – SOLD OUT                   Charlotte, NC
Feb 21             Basement East – SOLD OUT                        Nashville, TN
Feb 22             Basement East – SOLD OUT                        Nashville, TN
Feb 23             Basement East – SOLD OUT                        Nashville, TN
Feb 26             Basement East                                                     Nashville, TN
Feb 28             Basement East                                                    Nashville, TN
Mar 01             House of Blues                                                   Chicago, IL

FIGHTING BACK WITH MUSIC

FIGHTING BACK WITH MUSIC
Taking Back Sunday’s John Nolan and Friends Compile Music For Everyone

Featuring Rare or Unreleased Music By Taking Back Sunday,
Anti-Flag, Anthony Green, Frank Iero, Dave Hause, Cassino,
Dead Heavens featuring Walter Schreifels, and More

“During these next four years, I feel it's going to be extremely important to support organizations that will stand up to the Trump administration,” says John Nolan, guitarist for alt-rock band TAKING BACK SUNDAY about the incoming Presidential administration headed by Donald J. Trump.  Instead of being complacent, Nolan is joining forces with indie label Collective Confusion Records and Hopeless Records’ charity arm Sub City to assemble MUSIC FOR EVERYONE, a compilation of musicians and artists who are equally empowered to take action in this fiery political environment to be released this Spring 2017.

Artists who have committed to donating rare or unreleased music to the compilation include Taking Back Sunday, Anti-Flag, Answering Machine, Baggage, Chris Farren, Potty Mouth, Brendan Kelley, Anthony Green, Frank Iero, Dave Hause, Sleep On It, Jared Hart, Cassino, Dead Heavens featuring Walter Schreifels, Allison Weiss, Brett Newski and more artists to be announced. The cover art was designed and donated by artist David Foarde (Instagram: @DavidFoarde).

100% of the profits made from the sale of the compilation will be donated to American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), a nonpartisan, non-profit whose mission statement is to defend, uphold and preserve rights and liberties of individuals in this country granted by the U.S. Constitution. “In the next four years, there is a lot of potential to see policies that will discriminate against people of color, Muslims, women and the LGBT community," explains Nolan. "The ACLU has a long history of fighting discriminatory and unconstitutional policies and I wanted to do something to unite people in support of that fight.”

"Helping musicians connect with fans to raise funds for important organizations, like the ACLU, is at the heart of everything we do at Sub City, so we are thrilled that our friend John Nolan asked us to be a part of bringing this incredible compilation to life," said Louis Posen, President of Hopeless Records and Sub City non-profit.

Mike Colleran of Collective Confusion Records adds, “John [Nolan] and I had spent some time on the road together last summer during the primaries, and we were glued to the news the entire trip. I personally was shocked and saddened about some of the rhetoric that was slowly becoming more mainstream. There has been a toxic atmosphere to the political climate for years, which only seems to be getting worse. After the election, John approached me about putting together this compilation and I realized it was up to everyone, as average citizens, to do what they can to make their voices heard and to stand up and make it known that these ideas don't represent us. I jumped on board with the project immediately, and I hope it will do some small part in making our country a better place for everyone.”

“I also wanted to give artists an opportunity to express something about what's gone on in this country over the past year and what's coming in the next ones,” concludes Nolan. “I needed that for myself and wanted to connect with other people who needed it. And I wanted to take that need for self-expression and channel it into something bigger than all of us."
 
Music For Everyone will be released Spring 2017 via Collective Confusion Records/Sub City.  For pre-order information, please go to: http://www.musicforeveryone.us/

To read more on the ACLU’s commitment to stand up for human rights in the wake of the recent election: https://www.aclu.org/news/aclu-statement-donald-trumps-election

 
About Sub City:
Established in 1999, Sub City is the 501(c)(3) charity arm of Hopeless Records. It has raised over 2.3 million dollars for over 60 non-profit organizations by connecting bands and fans to causes they are passionate about. Sub City has been recognized for its efforts by the 110th U.S. Congress, the California Senate, the Los Angeles City Council, the National Association of Retail Merchandisers (NARM), Billboard MagazineAlternative Press Magazine, the Los Angeles Times and many other publications.

About Collective Confusion Records
Collective Confusion Records was founded in New York City in 2010 as an outlet for a frustrated music fan to help his favorite bands get a leg up on the competition. In recent years, Collective Confusion has grown from a passion project to a socially conscious one as well, releasing two charity records Call To Arms 1 and 2 for various charities. Collective Confusion in the years to come will continue to further this mission and bring you music we believe deserves to be heard, and fight for the causes worth fighting for.

Interview with GEMINI SYNDROME'S VOCALIST: Aaron Nordstrom

Interview with Gemini Syndrome
BANGS! Music & Entertainment

"Be bigger than just yourself..." Aaron Nordstrom Vocalist for Gemini Syndrome

Is it life imitating art or the other way around? Our world has always had its times of that were tempestuous, seemingly surreal, and yet music has always been there to help the artist express themselves through the trials, through the journey's path, and into the next platitude beyond.  Maybe, this what Gemini Syndrome has finally come to understand.

With the release of their second album, created to be a trilogy, this Los Angeles-based alt- nu metal band certainly have walked through some of modern times horrors, and taken them to their music perhaps as a cathartic way of dealing. Expression can be the medicine needed at times. 

Gemini Syndrome's first album, Lux, was released in 2013 and its base focused on the birth, the coming of age, and development of each life force. Their latest album, Memento Mori, progress us along to the next stage of life; the living part of this journey. Not an easy undertaking to bare one's inner workings so much, but vocalist Aaron Nordstrom evidently feels that he and the band needed to carry this forth as the third album will be forthcoming in the near future with the keywords bringing the full circle round... "intention" and "brought to light."


Song River: This latest album, Memento Mori. Really came into being at a very heavy point in societies timeline. Before we go on and talk about its back story did you intend on this album being as dark as it is prior to the incidents that occurred during songwriting?

Aaron Nordstrom: Yes, the intention was there before we started writing the whole thing. It was the strange course of events that happened worldwide during the process that was so surreal and powerful. Truly life imitating art (or the other way around) but there was really no way we could have seen that coming. We knew the title and concept but it all unfolded in a natural way. 

Song River: How did you go about deciding that you wanted to create a 'trilogy' of sorts? The first album was, Lux. Talk about its development and structure.


Aaron Nordstrom: When we decided upon the title "Lux" meaning light, we saw it as our first musical creation as this band. Our first exposure to the world and hence the birth of the band. The subject matter deals a lot with coming of age, family matters, identity development etc.  The concept of three's is found through mythology, philosophy, music, science and so on. Birth, life, and death or transformation resonated with us as a pretty obvious platform to work from. 

Song River: Now with this latest work, Memento Mori, number two in the trilogy, really delves into life/journey. Hinting back to the first question and what is taking place in our society, do you find moments of positive?

Aaron Nordstrom: Absolutely. Learning more about who you are and what you're about, and the place you want to fill in this world is one of the greatest parts of being alive. It's your story to write and experience. That being said, life isn't simple or easy and sometimes some dark things, tragic things can happen and we face those situations and challenges with what we've learned about ourselves and about the character we have developed. Iron becomes tempered through fire and life isn't much different.

Song River: Is there a particular track off of Memento Mori that you find touches too close at times to emotions you feel on this journey?

Aaron Nordstrom: Not really. They all have particular memories and associations for me personally and I think for everyone in their own way. That's the beauty of creating art. Each piece is its own story and it's own moment in the journey. 

 Song River: There was an incident during the writing of one of your tracks off this new album called, “Zealot.” Can you share what was happening and how it really developed this track in particular?

Aaron Nordstrom: It wasn't during the writing of the song but the recording of the vocals. We had written the song after watching an author speak about a book called "Zealot" and the state of affairs in the world. It was an intense experience. While I was tracking we took a break and turned on the news to see the Paris attacks unfolding live. It was unreal because the events are exactly what the song is talking about. I was very emotional about it and eventually, we went back in and finished the track with those feelings fresh in everyone's head and heart. It was a powerful moment. 

Song River: Going back to last year, as you were working on writing this album, the attacks occurred in Paris. How did those attacks play into your opening track, “Anonymous?”

 Aaron Nordstrom: "Anonymous" was influenced by a lot of events. Not one in particular. There's the obvious relation to the internet group and maybe a more subtle relation to the film "V for Vendetta."The song is an anthem for free thinking and questioning what is fed to us by media and other outlets. Think for yourself. Stand together. Be bigger than just yourself by being together,  not separate. That's the message here and throughout the album. We are stronger as people when we are unified instead of divided. It's a pretty simple concept I think. 

Song River: From this latest album, what is it you want your fans to walk away with?

Aaron Nordstrom: A sense of community. An acute appreciation for life and its experiences. It's short here in these bodies. Whether or not you believe in an afterlife or a God or don't, the reality is that this I the only thing we have "proof" of and in that light why would we spend it sewing misery or cruelty?  Being happy feels good. It's not easy. Sometimes life is hard but even with adversity and pain and suffering it's still what we have. I remember someone saying this once though I don't remember where. "Life is a piece of shit, but it's my piece of shit."  

Song River: The last part of this trilogy told will come “death/rebirth” as your next album. Is there hope coming?

Aaron Nordstrom: There's always hope coming. When it comes to the afterlife there's really one of two scenarios. One, you die and there's something else after and no one will know until they get there. Or two, you die and there's nothing so you won't be there to notice it. The calm quiet of oblivion. I'll find out one of these days which one it is. 

Song River: In your genre, it seems the creating of a story that can bridge itself through more than one album, do you think you will find yourself as Gemini Syndrome continuing to morph and change?

Aaron Nordstrom: Absolutely. That's one of the only real guarantees in life is that everything can and will change. We want to evolve as musicians and storytellers and performers. We want to grow personally and as a band. If we're not doing that then we're probably wasting time. 

Song River: With death and rebirth, first of all, is there a title for the third album? Do you feel that we can all step into the light and somehow get along?

Aaron Nordstrom: There's no title quite yet but a lot of ideas floating around. And yes, with some time, energy, and intention we will all be brought to light. 


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TOUR DATES

Winter Conversion w/ Starset
† Headline dates

† Jan 17 // Albuquerque, NM // Launchpad
† Jan 19 // Oklahoma City, OK // Thunder Alley
† Jan 20 // Merriam, KS // Aftershock
Jan 21 // Chicago, IL // Metro
† Jan 22 // Omaha, NE // Lookout Lounge
Jan 23 // Denver, CO // Marquis
Jan 25 // Boise, ID // Knitting Factory
Jan 26 // Sookane, WA // Knitting Factory
† Jan 27 // Jerome, ID // Diamondz Event Center
Jan 28 // Reno, NV // Jub Jub's
Jan 29 // Fresno, CA // Fulton 55
Jan 31 // Hollywood, CA // The Roxy Theatre
† Feb 01 // San Diego, CA // Brick By Brick
Feb 02 // Scottsdale, AZ // Pub Rock
Feb 03 // Tuscon, AZ // Club XS
Feb 06 // Dallas, TX // Trees
Feb 08 // Corpus Christi, TX // Brewsters
Feb 09 // Houston, TX // Scout Bar
Feb 10 // Baton Rouge, LA // The Varsity Theatre
Feb 11 // Madison, AL // 11th Frame
Feb 12 // Johnson City, TN // Capones
Feb 14 // Baltimore, MD // Soundstage
Feb 15 // Lancaster, PA // Chameleon Club
Feb 17 // Pittsburgh, PA // Rex Theatre
† Feb 19 // St Louis, MO // Firebird
† Feb 21 // Colorado Springs, CO // Black Sheep

†† More Headline Dates TBA


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