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by Thomas Britt

6 May 2011


6th May - Modesto, CA - Deva Café (Off The Air)
7th May - Visalia, CA - Velouria Records Instore (Free show) 
7th May - Los Angeles, CA - Lot 1 - 1533 W Sunset Blvd
12th May - Houston, TX - Chelsea Wine Bar
13th May - Omaha, NE - Slowdown
21st May - New York Pop Fest - Santos Party House
31st May - Madrid - El Sol
1st June - Huesca - C.C. Matadero
2nd June - Barcelona - Catwalk
3rd June - Valencia - Matisse
4th June - Zaragoza - CAI Independence

by Jyllian Gunther, Isaac Miller, Kevin Greer, Amy Carroll

28 Apr 2011


See complete Full Frame coverage here.

We as a filmmaking and film-going species are clearly interested in environments, built and found. Kaspar Astrup Schröder’s My Playground features the emerging sport of parkour, or “freerunning”. The film follows a group of young Danish parkour athletes called Team JiYo as it travels to Japan, China and the US to connect with and run along side other like-minded human monkeys.

Two things are required for this sport: motion and architecture. Bodies (no boards, no wheels, no sails and definitely no safety nets) hurtle through parking lots, modernist housing projects and the curious formations in public squares. The athletes are for real, organized around “clubs” and a shared ethos, but without leagues, competitions or clothing label sponsorships.

by PopMatters Staff

26 Apr 2011


There are some pretty massive names atop the lineup this year, with Eminem, Coldplay and Foo Fighters as the top of the bill headliners. We’re happy to see PopMatters faves Cee-Lo Green, Lykke Li and Ryan Bingham on there. Here’s the initial list of booked artists…

by Eric Allen Been

13 Apr 2011


Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All (OFWGKTA) just announced on their Tumblr page a string of new tour dates, which finds the Los Angeles-based hip-hop collective making their debut in several eastern U.S. cities and also heading to Canada for the first time. The tour kicks off on May 12 in Boston, which will be just two days after the crew’s mastermind, Tyler, the Creator, releases his highly anticipated sophomore effort Goblin.

The issued flyer for the shows initially listed their Philadelphia concert as taking place on May 14th, but a subsequent update stated that it goes down on May 20th. 

The new tour dates are listed below. 

5/12 Boston, MA - Paradise
5/13 New York, NY - Highline Ballroom
5/15 Toronto, ON - Mod Club
5/16 Detroit, MI - Magic Stick
5/18 Washington, DC - Rocknroll Hotel
5/19 Baltimore, MD - Sonar
5/20 Philadelphia, PA - 1st Unitarian Church

by PopMatters Staff

8 Apr 2011


The Antlers’ new album Burst Apart is one of the most eagerly anticipated May releases and the band helped build the early buzz by playing the record in its entirety at NPR’s SXSW party this March. You can catch that performance online and/or head out to one of Antler’s upcoming gigs (listed below).

This week, the Antlers’ premiered a new song, “Parantheses”, from the album. You can stream this at the group’s site.

The Antlers - Parentheses by Frenchkiss

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