Thievery Corporation's New Song "Culture of Fear" Plus 2011 News

by Sachyn Mital

29 June 2011

Stream or download the new song "Culture of Fear" and get news on a Thievery's contest, tour and forthcoming live DVD.

Eighteenth Street Lounge‘s Thievery Corporation has kindly provided PopMatters readers access to the title track from their new album Culture of Fear.

“Culture of Fear” by Thievery Corporation
Pick up Culture of Fear from Amazon today as CD, MP3 or Vinyl.

You can also enter a contest at Thievery’s site to win a trip for 2 to see the band perform at Red Rocks on August 14th. Be sure to check out the contest!

Culture of Fear album cover:

The Washington Post calls the new album “solid”, while QRO Magazine says, “Thievery has, once again, delivered the goods”.”

Finally Thievery have announced the release of a live dvd recorded in January of 2010 at D.C.‘s 9:30 Club. Thievery Corporation: Live at the 9:30 Club will be released on September 6th.

Aug 14     Morrison, CO     Red Rocks Amphitheatre
Sept 1     Salt Lake City, UT   Red Butte Garden Amphitheatre
Sept 2     Aspen, CO     Snowmass Resort
Sept 4     Chicago, IL     North Coast Festival
Sept 4     Chicago, IL     Congress Theater – North Coast After-Show
Sept 7     San Diego, CA   House of Blues
Sept 8     San Diego, CA   House of Blues
Sept 9     Los Angeles, CA   The Greek Theatre
Sept 10   Las Vegas, NV   The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
Sept 12   Seattle, WA     Moore Theatre
Sept 13   Vancouver, BC   Malkin Bowl
Sept 14   Portland, OR     Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
Sept 16   Oakland, CA     Fox Theater
Sept 17   Oakland, CA     Fox Theater
Oct 8-9   Sunrise, FL     Langerado Music Festival

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