Category Archives: live

Live: The XX feat. Florence Welch – You’ve Got The Love

Last night The xx performed the final show of their Night & Day residency at London’s iconic Brixton Academy, and Florence Welch joined them onstage for a special performance of Jamie XX’s 2009 remix of ‘You’ve Got the Love’

You can check out some great fan footage here:



Following the success of their recently released third studio LP, Three (out now on Republic) and sold-out live dates across North America, Europe and Austraia, Phantogram are excited to announce a new leg of North American and European tour dates for Spring 2017. The tour kicks off in Honolulu on February 25th and includes stops at some of the year’s biggest music festivals, including Coachella, Sasquatch!, Middlelands and Governors Ball, while winding across select cities in Europe through June 4th (full tour dates below).  More dates to be announced soon!

The news comes just after the band kicked off 2017 with a fresh A-Trak remix of their hit song “You Don’t Get Me High Anymore” featuring Joey Purp, a cover of Radiohead’s “Weird Fishes / Arpeggi” for Triple J radio in Australia and a live-streamed Billboard  performance.

02/25 Honolulu, HI – The Republik
03/01 Portland, OR – Crystal Ballroom [SOLD OUT]
03/11 Chicago, IL – Riviera Theatre
03/12 St Paul, MN – Palace Theatre
03/13 Madison, WI – Orpheum Madison
03/14 Urbana, IL – The Canopy Club
03/16 Cincinnati, OH – Bogart’s
03/17 Atlanta, GA – Tabernacle Atlanta
03/30 Bucharest, Romania – Quantic
04/01 Athens, Greece – Fuzz Live Music Club
04/03 Amsterdam, Netherlands – Melkweg
04/04 London, UK – O2 Shepherds Bush Empire
04/06 Riga, Latvia – Palladium Riga
04/07 Moscow, Russia – Izvestiya Hall
04/08 St. Petersburg, Russia – Zal Ozhidaniya
04/14 Indio, CA – Coachella
04/21 Indio, CA – Coachella
04/22 Mesa, AZ – Mesa Amphitheatre
05/05 – 05/07 Todd Mission, TX – Middlelands Festival
05/26 – 05/28 Quincy, WA – Sasquatch! Music Festival
06/2 – 06/04 New York, NY – Governor’s Ball

Phantogram – Weird Fishes / Arpeggi (Radiohead cover)


Phantogram are diving into 2017 with two new releases for fans- the first is a fresh take on their hit song “You Don’t Get Me High Anymore” from remix legend A-Trak, with an additional verse from SaveMoney Crew’s Joey Purp. The remix will be available for purchase and on all streaming services tomorrow but you can preview now via XXL.

While recently in Australia on tour, Phantogram recorded a cover of Radiohead’s “Weird Fishes”, in addition to their own song “Cruel World”, for Triple J radio, which aired today.

Check out links to both below and catch Phantogram out on the road in support of their third studio album, Three, out now on Republic.

London Grammar – Rooting For You


On New Years Day, British trio London Grammar released their spine-tingling new track and performance video for “Rooting For You.” “New Year, new music” the band simply stated on their Facebook, Instagramand Twitter from Australia where they had headlined on New Years Eve at the annual Falls Festival in Byron Bay.

“Rooting For You,” is the first piece of new music to come from the band since 2014 and is available worldwide now on all digital platforms. Their breathtaking new performance video — directed by BISON — is available via the bands website and can also be viewed here:

London Grammar emerged in 2013 with the release of their critically acclaimed debut album, If You Wait, and quickly went on to becoming one of the most exciting international breakthrough acts of recent times. Winning a prestigious Ivor Novello Award for their hit single ‘Strong’ and being nominated for a BRIT Award, the trio have since sold-out multiple headlining tours worldwide and have performed on high profile US TV shows such as ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live!, as well as the former NBC’s Late Night With Jimmy Fallon and CBS’s The Late Show with David Letterman back in 2014.

“Rooting For You” is available on iTunes, Apple Music and Spotify.

Moderat – Bad Kingdom (Live)


Watch Moderat perform ‘Bad Kingdom’ live in Berlin. Taken from their new LIVE album. Listen / order here:

“Live” is Moderat’s first-ever live album. It was recorded mainly at Berlin’s Velodrom on June 5, 2016 during a hometown show that sold out in a matter of minutes. And now it’s here. From Berlin to your hands, with love.

Aesop Rock – Lotta Years: Live from the Hill

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Ahead of another massive tour starting next week, Aesop Rock has just shared another entry in his series of music videos for his career landmark album The Impossible Kid. “Lotta Years” goes the literal route, with the MC wandering around the city ruminating on the young people he encounters and his place in their culture.

Check it here:

The Hey Kirby tour kicks off November 25 in Eugene, OR. Aesop will be joined by Rob Sonic and DJ Zone with support on all dates from Homeboy Sandman

Tycho – Division (Remixes)


Today, Tycho shares two new remixes of their first single ‘Division’ from the recent album Epoch, which is set for physical release on Jan 20th via Ghostly International.

Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith — fresh from her Pitchfork Best New Music-rated collaboration album with Suzanne Ciani, Sunergy — delivers a melting ambient epic while Heathered Pearls, a Ghostly staple, bolsters the dance elements of the original. In addition to the two remixes Tycho is also sharing a video for ‘Division’ that was filmed lived at their Red Rocks Amphitheatre performance on September 17 featuring official audio from the album.

Stream ‘Division (Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith Remix)’ & ‘Division (Heathered Pearls Remix)’:

Watch ‘Division’ live at Red Rocks (ft. official audio):

Epoch is the final album in the trilogy beginning with 2011’s Dive, then 2014’s Awake and culminating with this year’s Epoch (Ghostly International). This period between Dive and Epoch marks a significant maturation for Scott Hansen’s continually expanding project, one that has taken him from a solo performer to fronting a live 4-piece band on large stages across the world. Epoch hones the sonic aesthetic of Dive while drawing on the kinetic energy of Awake, it explores darker themes and new musical territory. Epoch is available digitally now and for physical pre-order now due out January 20.

This January, Tycho will embark on a world tour. The tour will begin on Jan 7 in Oakland, CA at the Fox Theater. From there Tycho will travel across four continents including Asia, Australia, Europe and North America. For a full list of tour dates, tickets, and more information, please visit

Christine and The Queens – Saint Claude (Tourist Remix)


Today, UK electronic producer and GRAMMY award winner Tourist (William Phillips) shares his BBC Radio 1 Monki Afterparty session HERE and an incredibly touching remix for Christine and The Queens’ single “Saint Claude” HERE. The remix was premiered via Annie Mac’s Radio 1 show last Friday and the single is taken from Christine and The Queens groundbreaking breakthrough debut album.

See the BBC 1 Radio Monki afterparty session:


“Too Late”


Last month, Tourist revealed his new music video for “U” (see here) and announced his February 2017 Australian headline shows. The video for “U” a co-direct project by frequent collaborator Jacob Robinson and multi-talent Dillon Moore.

A hypnotising visual piece, the video was directed by Jacob Robinson, the creative director who designed the U album cover and has worked with Tourist on a multitude of releases.

The visual translation follows on from the James Lewis-directed and Jacob Robinson art directed video for “Too Late,” which came off the back of the BBC Radio 1 playlisted track and Hype Machine #1 offerings, “Run” and “To Have You Back.”

Picking up a GRAMMY last year for his co-writer role on Sam Smith’s “Stay With Me”, Tourist wrote debut album U over the course of several years. Taking the listener through the beginnings of a relationship to the parting of ways, the 10-track offering takes a more stripped back approach, following previous singles and EPs including 2015’s “Holding On” (ft. Josef Salvat & Niia) which clocked over 1.6 million SoundCloud streams.

Having toured his exquisite album throughout Europe and the U.S, including Pitchfork, Panorama and Bestival, fans will be treated to seeing this classically trained instrumentalist and producer perform his album live.

Moderat – Live LP


Moderat collected reworked live versions of tracks from all three albums and will release a 15-track compilation, Live, via their label Monkeytown on November 18th. Until then, watch a recording of Moderat live in Berlin.

01. Intro (Live)
02. Ghostmother (Live)
03. A New Error (Live)
04. Intruder (Live)
05. Bad Kingdom (Live)
06. Damage Done (Live)
07. Animal Trails (Live)
08. Reminder (Live)
09. Eating Hooks (Live)
10. Eating Hooks (Siriusmo Remix) [Live]
11. Rusty Nails (Live)
12. The Fool (Live)
13. Last Time (Live)
14. No. 22 (Live)
15. Live (Non-Stop Live Concert)

Nicolas Jaar – Sirens LP


Critically acclaimed Chilean electronic artist and producer Nicolas Jaar’s upcoming full length LP, Sirens, is out digitally September 30 and on CD and vinyl October 14via Jaar’s own Other People label. The album—which consists of six tracks that each flow seamlessly into the next—is Jaar’s most topically cohesive and politically-minded record to date. Sirens is available for pre-order at and via iTunes at

Jaar is embarking on a tour this fall with tickets for all shows on sale now. The complete list of tour dates is below.

Additionally, Jaar recently launched his ambitious new online project, The Network, which fans can explore at Sirens will premiere via Channel 333 on The Network in the coming days.

Currently based out of New York City, Jaar has received extensive critical praise since the release of his debut 2011 album Space Is Only Noise. He has contributed to BBC Radio 1’s prestigious “Essential Mix” series, winning “Essential Mix of the Year” in 2012, and has performed alongside friend and collaborator Dave Harrington in Darkside. Jaar is founder of the Other People imprint, which has put out releases by a diverse group of artists ranging from Lydia Lunch to DJ Slugo.


1. Killing Time
2. The Governor
3. Leaves
4. No
5. Three Sides of Nazareth
6. History Lesson

October 15                   Atlanta, GA                                             Terminal West
October 17                   Houston, TX                                   WOMH Downstairs
October 18                   Austin, TX                                                           Emo’s
October 19                   Dallas, TX                                            Granada Theatre
October 21                   Albuquerque, NM                                                     El Rey
October 22                   Phoenix, AZ                                       Crescent Ballroom
October 23                   Santa Ana, CA                                                Beach Goth
October 24                   San Diego, CA                            Observatory North Park
October 26                   Los Angeles, CA                          Fonda Theatre (sold out)
October 27                   Los Angeles, CA                          Fonda Theatre (sold out)
October 28                   Berkeley, CA                          The UC Theatre (sold out)
October 29                   Berkeley, CA                          The UC Theatre (sold out)
October 31                   Seattle, WA                                                       Neptune
November 1                 Vancouver, BC                              Commodore (sold out)
November 2                 Portland, OR                                       Wonder Ballroom
November 5                 Denver, CO                                             Gothic Theatre
November 7                 Minneapolis, MN                                            First Avenue
November 9                 Chicago, IL                                   Thalia Hall (sold out)
November 10               Toronto, ON                  Danforth Music Hall (sold out)
November 11               Montreal, QC                              Theatre Berri (sold out)
November 12               Providence, RI                                     Columbus Theatre
November 13               Philadelphia, PA                              Theatre of Living Arts
November 15               Washington, DC                                                 9:30 Club
November 16               New York, NY                             Webster Hall (sold out)
November 17               New York, NY                             Webster Hall (sold out)
November 18               New York, NY                             Webster Hall (sold out)
November 21               Cologne, Germany                                                     Ewerk
November 22               Munich, Germany                                             Muffathalle
November 24               Milan, Italy                                                        Alcatraz
November 25               Turin, Italy                                          Teatro Concordia
November 26               Strasbourg, France                              La Laiterie (sold out)
November 28               Lille, France                                   L’Areonef (sold out)
November 30               Paris, France                                       Trianon (sold out)
December 1                 Brussels, Belgium                                  AB Hall (sold out)
December 2                 Utrecht, Netherlands                                    Tivoli (sold out)
December 3                 Amsterdam, Netherlands                            Paradiso (sold out)
December 5                 Manchester, UK                                 Granada TV Studios
December 6                 London, UK                                        Heaven (sold out)
December 7                 London, UK                                        Heaven (sold out)
December 9                 Berlin, Germany                                Columbiahalle