Pattern Is Movement on Tour with Via Audio (MP3s)

by Thomas Britt

26 February 2010

 

Philadelphia duo Pattern is Movement and Brooklyn quartet Via Audio will be on tour together for the next month, and both bands will feature new material in their setlists. Animalore, the upcoming LP from Via Audio, is scheduled for a March 9 release through Undertow Music Collective. Pattern Is Movement offers a couple of great new original tracks and covers of songs by David Bowie, the Smiths, and Beyonce on the Light of the World EP (Hometapes). The EP is a tour-only exclusive, so you will have to see the band on one of these upcoming dates in order to get your hands on it. Tour dates are after the jump.

Pattern Is Movement
“Light of the World” [MP3]
     

Via Audio
“Babies” [MP3]
     


  
Tour Dates
02/25/10 – Brooklyn, NY – Union Hall
02/26/10 – Boston, MA – Middle East
02/27/10 – Hamden, CT – The Space
02/28/10 – Buffalo, NY – Big Orbit Soundlab
03/01/10 – Toronto, ON – The Drake
03/02/10 – Cleveland, OH – Beachland Tavern
03/03/10 – Bloomington, IN – Bishop
03/04/10 – St. Louis, MO – Billiken Club (Saint Louis University)
03/05/10 – Milwaukee, WI – Club Garibaldi
03/06/10 – Depere, WI – Baba Louies
03/07/10 – Madison, WI – The Frequency
03/09/10 – Chicago, IL – Schuba’s
03/10/10 – Dekalb, IL – The House Cafe
03/12/10 – Kansas City, MO – Record Bar
03/13/10 – Columbia, MO – The Blue Fugue
03/17/10 – Austin, TX – SXSW
03/18/10 – Austin, TX – Hometapes SXSW Showcase
03/19/10 – Austin, TX – SXSW
03/20/10 – Austin, TX – Hometapes Friend Island
03/21/10 – Mobile, AL – Alabama Music Box
03/23/10 – Columbia, SC – The Whig
03/25/10 – Charlottesville, VA – Twisted Branch Tea Bazaar

 

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