Monday, March 30, 2015

VAN HALEN To Play Live On Jimmy Kimmel Live Then Tour North America


- VAN HALEN to Perform March 30 on Hollywood Boulevard for ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ In Rare Television Concert Appearance -

- Songs from the Concert to Air March 30 and March 31 - 

In celebration of a 2015 Summer/Fall North American Tour, VAN HALEN will perform a special concert for Jimmy Kimmel Live March 30 on Hollywood Boulevard. Featuring some of the band’s essential rock and roll classics, the concert will be broadcast over two nights, March 30 and March 31, on the late night talk show and marks VAN HALEN's first U.S. television performance with original lead singer David Lee Roth. Jimmy Kimmel Live airs weeknights at 11:35 p.m. / 10:35 p.m. Central time on ABC.

VAN HALEN is touring North America beginning July 5 in Seattle, Washington at the White River Amphitheatre, with concerts scheduled through October 2 in Los Angeles, California at the legendary Hollywood Bowl. Special guest Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band will support all dates along the tour. Tickets for the Live Nation-promoted tour go on sale beginning April 4 at and with special pre-sale information being announced locally. A complete list of tour dates can be found below.

The special Hollywood Boulevard concert will be a hit-heavy set of songs featured on TOKYO DOME LIVE IN CONCERT, the first-ever live album to feature original singer David Lee Roth. Recorded on June 21, 2013 in Tokyo, Japan, TOKYO DOME LIVE IN CONCERT includes 23 songs spanning all seven of the band’s albums with Roth. It is being released as a double CD, four-LP set on 180-gram vinyl and digitally beginning March 31,

2015. Fans who pre-order TOKYO DOME LIVE IN CONCERT before its March 31 release date through Amazon and digitally at iTunes will instantly receive downloads of “Panama,” “Runnin’ With The Devil,” “Jump” and “Hot For Teacher.”

Also being released beginning March 31 are remastered versions of Van Halen and 1984, with remastered versions of Diver Down, Women and Children First, Van Halen II and Fair Warning due out later this spring. Each album has been cut straight from the quarter-inch tapes for CD, 180-gram vinyl and for the digital version by mastering engineer Chris Bellman, who remastered the original albums for Bernie Grundman Studios, Hollywood, CA. These albums are being released beginning March 31 with pre-orders available now through Amazon and iTunes now.

Jimmy Kimmel Live is broadcast in 720 Progressive (720P), ABC’s selected HDTV format. Jimmy Kimmel and Jill Leiderman serve as executive producers. Jason Schrift, Douglas DeLuca and Erin Irwin serve as co-executive producers. Emmy Award®-winning Jimmy Kimmel Live is shot live in front of a studio audience and produced by Jackhole Industries in association with ABC Studios. (CLOSED-CAPTIONED)

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Formed in Los Angeles in 1974, VAN HALEN changed the rock and roll landscape forever with the release of their self-titled, 1978 debut album and subsequently produced a repertoire of hits that remain some of the strongest and most influential rock songs ever written that fans will admire for decades to come. With more than 75 million albums sold worldwide, and more No. 1 hits on the Billboard Mainstream Rock chart than any other artist, the band's record of achievement is hard to top. The eponymous debut album and 1984 were both certified Diamond, for U.S. sales in excess of 10 million, placing them on an elite short list of double RIAA-certified Diamond Award honorees. VAN HALEN was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2007.

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All dates, cities and venues subject to change.

Sunday, July 5 Seattle, WA White River Amphitheatre

Tuesday, July 7 Portland, OR Amphitheater Northwest

Thursday, July 9 Concord, CA Concord Pavilion

Saturday, July 11 San Bernardino, CA San Manuel Amphitheater

Tuesday, July 14 Irvine, CA Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre

Thursday, July 16 Mountain View, CA Shoreline Amphitheatre

Saturday, July 18 Salt Lake City, UT USANA Amphitheatre

Monday, July 20 Morrison, CO Red Rocks Amphitheatre

Wednesday, July 22 Kansas City, MO Cricket Wireless Amphitheater

Friday, July 24 Chicago, IL First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre

Sunday, July 26 St. Louis, MO Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre

Tuesday, July 28 Pittsburgh, PA First Niagara Pavilion

Thursday, July 30 Bangor, ME Darling's Waterfront Pavilion

Saturday, August 1 Boston, MA Xfinity Center

Monday, August 3 Cleveland, OH Blossom Music Center

Wednesday, August 5 London, ON Western Fair District

Friday, August 7 Toronto, ON Molson Canadian Amphitheatre

Sunday, August 9 Holmdel, NJ PNC Bank Arts Center

Tuesday, August 11 Hartford, CT Xfinity Center

Thursday, August 13 Wantagh, NY Nikon At Jones Beach Theater

Sunday, August 23 Hershey, PA Hershey Park

Tuesday, August 25 Darien Center, NY Darien Lake Performing Arts Center

Thursday, August 27 Camden, NJ Susquehanna Bank Center

Saturday, August 29 Washington DC Jiffy Lube Live

Monday, August 31 Cincinnati, OH Riverbend Music Center

Wednesday, September 2 Indianapolis, IN Klipsch Music Center

Friday, September 4 Detroit, MI DTE Energy Music Theatre

Sunday, September 6 Bethel, NY Bethel Woods Center for the Arts

Wednesday, September 9 Raleigh, NC Walnut Creek Amphitheater

Friday, September 11 Charlotte, NC PNC Music Pavilion

Sunday, September 13 Tampa, FL MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre

Tuesday, September 15 West Palm Beach, FL Coral Sky Amphitheatre

Thursday, September 17 Birmingham, AL Oak Mountain Amphitheatre

Monday, September 21 Austin, TX Austin360 Amphitheater

Wednesday, September 23 Dallas, TX Gexa Energy Pavilion

Friday, September 25 Houston, TX Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion

Monday, September 28 Phoenix, AZ Ak-Chin Pavilion

Wednesday, September 30 San Diego, CA Sleep Train Amphitheatre

Friday, October 2 Los Angeles, CA Hollywood Bowl

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Sunday, March 29, 2015

Look for the first episode of Kiss Off with Hayley Williams coming March 31st

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The Devil Wears Prada to Play Chicago 4-16-15


The Devil Wears Prada have announced their return to Rise Records and their next release, a conceptual EP entitled Space, coming in summer 2015.

The band's "Zombie 5 Tour Presented by Rockstar Energy Drink" celebrating the fifth anniversary of the acclaimed EP, Zombie, kicked off in Nashville this past Sunday night and and will criss-cross the country through mid May, wrapping in Bloomington, IL on May 14th. The band is performing the Zombie EP in its entirety for the first time, as well as a new song from the forthcoming Space EP, among many other fan favorites.

Commenting on their return to Rise Records, vocalist Mike Hranica noted, "We're all very confident in working with Rise again.  The label has grown tremendously since our first release back in 2006, nonetheless we know their intention is still the same as ever and we know it's a model that will compliment us well.  We're persistently hands-on and love to do exactly as we please, and they're a great place for us to be able to continue that path while supporting our visions.  Rise can be commended, deservedly, for their wholehearted drive at releasing albums they believe in; and it's that enthusiasm that is both welcoming and exciting for our band moving forward."

The Space EP marks the band's first concept release since Zombie and the first on Rise Records since their sophomore release, Plagues, in 2007. Zombie debuted at #11 on the Billboard Top 200 Album Charts in the summer of 2010.


ON TOUR 2015

(March 17th - April 16th) Leg 1 with Born of Osiris, The Word Alive & SECRETS

(Apirl 27th - May 14th) Leg 2 with with SECRETS & Sleepwave


17            Denver, CO                          The Summit Music Hall

18            Salt Lake City, UT              Murray Theater

20            Seattle, WA                          El Corazon

21            Portland, OR                        Hawthorne Theatre

22            Sacramento, CA                  Ace of Spades

24            Las Vegas, NV                      Hard Rock Live

25            Phoenix, AZ                          Nile Theater

27            Dallas, TX                              The Door

28            San Antonio, TX                  The Aztec Theatre

29            Houston, TX                         Warehouse Live

31            St. Petersburg, FL               State Theatre


1               Fort Lauderdale, FL         Revolution

3               Atlanta, GA                          The Masquerade

4               Raleigh, CA                          Lincoln Theater

6               Baltimore, MD                    Baltimore Soundstage

7               Philadelphia, PA                 Theatre of Living Arts

8               Sayreville, NJ                       Starland Ballroom

9               New York, NY                       Irving Plaza

10            Worcester, MA                     The Palladium

11            Montreal, QC                        Corona Theatre

13            Toronto, ON                          Danforth Music Hall

14            Rochester, NY                      Anthology

15            Pittsburgh, PA                     Mr. Small's

16            Chicago, IL                            House of Blues

25            Jacksonville, FL                  Welcome to Rockville

27            Greensboro, NC                  The Cone Denim Entertainment Center

29            Richmond, VA                     Broadberry

30            Lancaster, PA                       Chameleon Club


1               Poughkeepsie, NY              The Chance

2               Hartford, CT                         Webster Theater

3               Buffalo, NY                            Waiting Room

5               Grand Rapids, MI                The Intersection

6               St. Louis, MO                         Fubar

8               Minneapolis, MN                 Mill City Nights

9               Lincoln, NE                           Bourbon Theatre

10            Colorado Springs, CO         Black Sheep

12            Lawrence, KS                       The Granada Theatre

13            Des Moines, IA                     Wooly's

14            Bloomington, IL                  The Castle Theatre

16            Columbus, OH                      Rock on the Range--- More at |

Bully Coming To Pitchfolk






Fresh off an incredible showing at SXSW where Bully garnered attention from press outlets such as NME, NPR, NY Mag, Pitchfork and more, Bully are happy to announce their debut album, Feels Like out June 23rd on StarTime International (Columbia). The Nashville four-piece is fronted by producer/engineer Alicia Bognanno. Bully recorded Feels Like at Steve Albini's Electrical Audio, a place where Bognanno formerly interned and learned how to record analog, engineer and mix to tape- all of which she did for this debut.


Often compared to 90's mainstay's The Breeders, Afghan Whigs or Hole, Bully is known for its grunge-rock sensibilities. The band is Stewart Copeland on drums, Clayton Parker on guitar and Reece Lazarus on bass with Bognanno's powerhouse screech up front- a "full body, throat-scraping, soul-cleansing scream," as Pitchfork describes it. Feels Like is full of uncomfortable topics relayed through Bognanno's confessional songwriting style. "With Bognanno's unflinching honesty at the forefront of her band's power pop blasts, its no wonder Bully grabbed attention," said Pitchfork. The ten tracks cover break ups, missed period's, puking in cars and most experiences quintessential to one's youth. Somehow Bognanno conveys both an irreverence and sentimentality for her history - the emotional chasm that most feel when they look back on their adolescence.

Bully released their first taste of the album a few weeks ago when they debuted the track "I Remember".  Fader premiered the track saying, "like licking a battery, Bully's 'I Remember' feels good even as it hurt. It's fast and nasty-sounding, with a punkish edge that tastes a little sweet even as its serrated edges scar your skin." The track "has a warm, blownout euphoria, a song for self-medicating like staring at the sun," said Pitchfork.


Bully will be on tour all spring in the US with fellow Nashville grunge band JEFF The Brotherhood. They have also announced a string of June dates supporting Best Coast, UK headlining shows and festivals in both the US and UK including The Great Escape in Brighton, Northside in Brooklyn and Pitchfork Festival in Chicago.



1) I Remember

2) Reason

3) Too Tough

4) Brainfreeze

5) Trying

6) Trash

7) Six

8) Picture

9) Milkman

10) Bully


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NPR's All Things Considered

"Nashville punk Alicia Bognanno's velvet hammer connects with sweet fury." - Buzzfeed

"This buzzy Nashville band has a summer-night, spinning-around-in-circles kind of energy. They'll make you wish you had a beat-up convertible you could take on an aimless drive and loudly sing the words you can understand." - NewYork Mag

"... an appealingly tuneful alt-indie outfit from Nashville. Their set had energy and charm in spades, and reminded me a bit of the Breeders in their scrappy prime." - NME

"Bully eviscerated everyone's eardums at the Third Man showcase with seriously abrasive and catchy grunge." - Nerdist

"Setting her innermost thoughts to bracing '90s-style alt-rock." - Refinery 21


*w/ JEFF The Brotherhood

#w/ Best Coast

Mar 26: Soda Bar - San Diego, CA*

Mar 27: Troubadour - Los Angeles, CA*

Mar 29: The Independent - San Francisco*

Mar 31: Bunk - Portland, OR*

Apr 01: The Crocodile - Seattle, WA*

Apr 02: Lucky Bar - Victoria, Canada*

Apr 03: Biltmore Cabaret - Vancouver, Canada*

Apr 04: The Habitat - Kelowna, Canada*

Apr 05: The Palomino Smokehouse and Social Club - Calgary, Canada*

Apr 06: Starlite Room - Edmonton, Canada*

Apr 07: Amigos - Saskatoon, Canada*

Apr 09: Good Will Social House - Winnipeg, Canada*

Apr 11: Vaudeville Mews - Des Moines, IA*

Apr 12: Off Broadway - St. Louis, MO*

Apr 29: Baby's Alright - Brooklyn, NY

May 02: Live At Leeds - Leeds, UK

May 07: The Lexington - London, UK

May 14-16: The Great Escape - Brighton, UK

May 28: Cactus Club - Milwaukee, WI

May 30: Lost Lake Lounge - Denver, CO

May 31: Kilby Court - Salt Lake City, UT

Jun 02: The Bartlett - Spokane, WA

Jun 09: Waiting Room - Omaha, NE#

Jun 12: Paradise - Boston, MA#

Jun 13: Northside Fest - Brooklyn, NY

Jun 14: Union Transfer - Philadelphia, PA#

Jun 16: 930 Club - Washington DC#

Jun 17-19: Pitchfork Music Festival - Chicago, IL

Jun 18: Newport Music Hall - Columbus, OH#

Jun 19: Majestic - Detroit, MI#

Jun 20: The Bishop - Bloomington, IN
Jul 17-20: Pitchfork Music Festival - Chicago, IL

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The word "bully" has a negative connotation in 2015, one heavy with menace and violence. A bully is an instigator, an aggressor-someone who can spot your weaknesses and exploit them mercilessly. It's a curious name for a Nashville quartet that is transforming familiar '90s alt-rock (Dinosaur Jr, Pavement, Weezer) into smart, sharp-edged millennial indie rock, but "bully" is certainly an apt description for the band's churning guitars, rambunctious rhythms, and tightly coiled intensity. Their debut, Feels Like sounds alternately like a balled fist and a fresh bruise.

More crucially, the word "bully" is a perfect distillation of frontwoman Alicia Bognanno's visceral approach to songwriting. She trades in steely observations, raw-nerve confessions, and intense anger directed almost exclusively at herself-although a few bystanders and bad exes might get caught in the crossfire. Her voice rises from sugar-sweet to scratchy howl as she bares her most harrowing fears to the world. In other words, Bognanno is her own bully.

Not merely the band's vocalist, songwriter, guitarist, and all-around visionary, she is also Bully's producer and engineer. Her musical life in music is inseparable from her experiences studying audio techniques and technology. Growing up in Minnesota, Bognanno often made up her own lyrics and melodies-nothing so complete as a song-but it wasn't until her senior year of high school that she found an outlet for those creative urges. "I took an audio engineering class at this alternative school," she recalls, adding that sessions were held at the local zoo. "Suddenly, it was like, Wow! I have a way to record stuff. Now I need to figure out how to play an instrument." She learned piano quickly, but guitar was more difficult; she had more fun using Logic Pro X to loop beats for some of her friends who were aspiring rappers.

Audio engineering engaged her in ways that other subjects had not, and Bognanno credits her teacher with recommending an inexpensive four-year Bachelor of Science program at Middle Tennessee State University, about thirty miles south of Nashville. There she immersed herself in courses in recording techniques, music theory and history, even copyright law. She even took another stab at guitar, this time with better results. "I think learning just some basic theory helped a lot, but I think it was because I picked up an electric guitar instead of an acoustic," she explains. "It was a lot more fun."

While the school emphasized digital recording, Boganno became obsessed with analog equipment. Part of the attraction was the richer and roomier sound, which opens up new and livelier textures in the instruments. "It's hard to bust out of what your instructors are showing you and what all your classmates are doing," she says, "but there were two teachers who maintained the tape machines, and they gave me lessons on the mechanics and techniques."

Bognanno used that experience to pursue an internship at Electrical Audio, the Chicago studio complex owned by Steve Albini and host to legendary sessions by some of Bully's heroes and biggest influences: the Breeders, Liz Phair, Superchunk, even the Stooges. When she returned to Tennessee, she started working at a local studio (Battle Tapes), ran sound at one of the best venues in town (the Stone Fox), and formed Bully as essentially a solo project backed by a trio of friends: Stewart Copeland on drums, Clayton Parker on guitar, and Reece Lazarus on bass.

Despite Bognanno's expertise as an audio engineer, the band is less a studio entity than a stage act, one that has quickly developed a reputation for its ferocious live shows (the Nashville Scene named Bully the top local band in its 2014 Best of Nashville issue.) On record, Bognanno strives to retain the band's formidable guitar attack while highlighting her boldly candid lyrics. "At this point in my life I always want everything I make to sound like we're playing live," she explains. "That's why I didn't put any keyboards or any extra stuff on there. Some people don't like that, but I had to go with my gut."

The band recorded live at Electrical Audio, doing as few takes as possible. Once they'd gotten a good performance, the songs were mixed immediately, not merely to save time but to preserve the excitable urgency of the music. Overseeing every part of the process put extra pressure on Bognanno to deliver some truly unbridled vocal performances. She practically screams the lyrics to opener "I Remember," documenting her memories of a curdled romance as the guitars roar and tumble behind her:

I remember showing up at your house

I remember hurting you so much

And I remember the way your sheets smelled!

It made for an intense session. "Stuart was trying to get some footage while we were in the studio, and he said he couldn't be in the same room with me while I was recording those vocals. It was just too intense. I don't even know how it comes out of me."

A deeply personal album by an artist bravely mining her own life, Feels Like is all about trying to figure yourself out-about holding yourself accountable and acting like an adult in a society that doesn't offer very many good examples. It's a coming-of-age album, which only makes Bognanno more relatable. "Sometimes I wonder if people think I'm a complete mess," she says. "It's not easy to put yourself out there like, but it's true. Everyone goes through shit like that."

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Wednesday, March 25, 2015

The Pixies open up for Robert Plant


LOS ANGELES, CA (Wednesday, March 25, 2015) -- As part of the final leg of their 2013-2015 global tour, Pixies will join Robert Plant for a handful of shows, and the band - all big Robert Plant (and Zeppelin) fans - jumped at the chance when the offer was made.

"No one sounds like Robert Plant, his voice is completely unique and instantly recognizable," said Pixies' David Lovering.  "I've had all of his solo albums on my iPod over the years - 'Pictures at Eleven,' 'In the Mood,' 'Little by Little,' it doesn't matter what he sings, Zeppelin songs, solo songs, he's wonderful to hear, and I'm really looking forward to being on tour with him."

According to band guitarist Joey Santiago, Plant and Zeppelin figured into Pixies' early history in a strange sort of way.  "On one of our first tours, when it was just the four of us in a van, we had this cassette tape that had a lot of different songs on it, but for some reason, the only song it ever played was Zeppelin's 'When The Levee Breaks.'  We'd fast forward the tape, rewind it, but whenever we pushed PLAY, it played 'When The Levee Breaks.'  Weird."

"We've never played with Robert Plant before," added Lovering, "but we actually met him on a flight from London once.  Our manager and I started talking with him about soccer, talked and talked and talked about it, as the plane was landing, while we were walking through the airport to baggage, the conversation never stopped.  He was a wonderful guy, no pretentions, just a real joy.  We found out later that our manager had told him we were the Pixies, and he just said, "Boston's finest."

Prior to joining up with Plant, Pixies will perform a series of major festivals as well as headline shows at intimate theatres in many cities not played on this two-year trek.  The tour will also set the stage for the debut of some brand-new Pixies songs, written and arranged just in the past few months.  Pixies' first new studio album in more than two decades, Indie Cindy [PIAS], was released April 29, 2014.

For all of these dates, Pixies - Black Francis, Joey Santiago and David Lovering - will once again be joined by touring bassist Paz Lenchantin, who has been playing with the band since January, 2014.  All shows will feature a new and more varied set packed with songs from the entire Pixies catalogue, full of distortion howls and all the vivid dissonance a Pixies fan would expect. 

Announced dates for Pixies 2015 North American tour are as follows:

 1   Beale Street Music Festival, Memphis, TN (festival)
 3   Sunfest, West Palm Beach, FL  (festival)
 5   Civic Theatre, New Orleans, LA*
 6   Iron City, Birmingham, AL*
 8   Shaky Knees Festival, Atlanta, GA  (festival)
 9   Big Guava, Tampa, FL (festival)
11  PAC, North Charleston, SC*
12  Ovens Auditorium, Charlotte, NC*
13  The Norva, Norfolk, VA*
15  Louisville Palace, Louisville, KY*
16  The Shoe, Horseshoe Casino, Cincinnati, OH*
17  Masonic Auditorium, Cleveland, OH*
19  Rapids Theatre, Niagara Falls, NY*
21  Flynn Center for the Performing Arts, Burlington, VT*
22  Brewery Ommegang, Cooperstown, NY*
23  Stone Pony, Asbury Park, NJ*
24  Boston Calling, Boston, MA (festival)
26  Beacon Theatre, New York, NY*
27  Beacon Theatre, New York, NY*
28  Kings Theatre, Brooklyn, NY*
30-31 Sweetlife Festival, Columbia, MD (festival)
 7   Molson Amphitheatre, Toronto, ONT**
 9   Meadowbrook Amphitheatre, Rochester Hills, MI**
10  FirstMerit Bank Pavilion, Chicago, IL**
15  Koko Booth Amphitheatre, Raleigh, NC**
17  Mann Center for the Performing Arts: Skyline Stage, Philadelphia, PA**
18-21 Amnesia Festival, Montebello, Canada (festival)

* headline dates (with John Grant)
** w/ Robert Plant
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Lollapalooza 2015 Lineup is live

 Get ready for Lollapalooza

  1. Paul McCartney
  2. Metallica
  3. Florence + the Machine

  4. Sam Smith
  5. Bassnectar
  6. The Weeknd

  7. alt-J
  8. Alabama Shakes
  9. Of Monsters and Men

  10. Kaskade
  11. Alesso
  12. Tame Impala
  13. A$AP Rocky
  14. Kid Cudi
  15. Brand New
  16. TV On The Radio
  17. NERO
  18. Dillon Francis
  19. Kygo
  20. Carnage
  21. Twenty One Pilots
  22. G-Eazy
  23. Gary Clark Jr.
  24. Nicky Romero
  25. Flying Lotus
  26. Hot Chip
  27. The War on Drugs
  28. Father John Misty
  29. Walk The Moon
  30. Marina and The Diamonds
  31. Tyler, The Creator
  32. FKA twigs
  33. The Tallest Man On Earth
  34. Cold War Kids
  35. Lord Huron
  36. Gogol Bordello
  37. Stromae
  38. DJ Snake
  39. Banks
  40. Sylvan Esso
  41. MS MR
  42. Chet Faker
  43. Sturgill Simpson
  44. Tove Lo
  45. Death From Above 1979
  46. Toro Y Moi
  47. ODESZA
  48. Charli XCX
  49. LOGIC
  50. Glass Animals
  51. St. Paul & the Broken Bones
  52. The Chainsmokers
  53. Django Django
  54. Boys Noize
  55. First Aid Kit
  56. Delta Spirit
  57. DJ Mustard
  58. Wild Belle
  59. Twin Peaks
  60. RL Grime
  61. James Bay
  62. Angus & Julia Stone
  63. BROODS
  64. MisterWives
  65. George Ezra
  66. GIVERS
  67. Strand of Oaks
  68. Ryn Weaver
  70. Travi$ Scott
  71. Shakey Graves
  72. CAKED UP
  73. What So Not
  74. Hermitude

  75. SZA
  76. Galantis
  77. Jamestown Revival
  78. Wet

  79. Philip Selway
  81. Night Terrors of 1927
  82. Young Thug
  83. Alison Wonderland
  84. Circa Waves
  85. Coasts
  86. DMA's
  88. Catfish and the Bottlemen
  89. Zella Day
  90. Sheppard
  91. Mako
  92. BØRNS
  93. Skylar Spence
  95. Mt. Eden
  96. The Wombats
  97. Halsey
  98. Mighty Oaks
  99. Jessica Hernandez & The Deltas
  100. Bear's Den
  101. SNBRN
  102. Elle King
  103. Lion Babe
  104. Beat Connection
  105. Mick Jenkins
  106. Peking Duk
  107. Black Pistol Fire
  108. Raury
  109. Jack Novak
  110. Black Tiger Sex Machine
  111. Pell
  112. VÉRITÉ
  113. Spookyland
  114. jackLNDN
  116. The Lonely Biscuits
  117. White Sea
  118. Hippo Campus
  119. COIN
  120. Gabriel Garzón-Montano
  121. SirenXX
  122. In The Whale
  123. Atarah Valentine
  124. Kyle Thornton & the Company
  125. The New Pacific
  126. Daye Jack
  127. The Pop Ups
  128. Danny Weinkauf
  129. Motown Pete

  130. Q Brothers
  131. School of Rock AllStars
  132. The Jimmies
  133. Mista Cookie Jar & the Chocolate Chips
  134. The Helmets
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Monday, March 23, 2015

Chicago's Largest Dance Party Meets the World's Largest Paint Party

                    Chicago's Largest Dance Party Meets the World's Largest Paint Party

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The notorious Chicago trio known as Porn and Chicken (Dom Brown, Orville Kline, Fei Tang) prepare to meet the world’s largest paint party, Life in Color, on Saturday, April 17th. Porn and Chicken has been hard at work in the studio in 2015 preparing monstrous state-of-emergency driving sounds to blow the ears and minds of festival goers citywide.

Guests in attendance will be the first to hear Porn and Chicken’s latest single, ‘Snapchat that Booty Clap’ before it is available to the public.

Porn and Chicken’s recent release of ‘Watcha Want’ in March of 2015 has garnered national attention from blogs like Clubhead.TV and Dani Deahl.

Porn and Chicken remains a safe haven for all things lewd & crude, lascivious & licentious. The craziest Monday night banger brings all the best kind of freaks out of the woodwork every week in Chicago's Wicker Park.

The party has grown notorious for scandalous behavior that's unheard of anywhere else. PnC was nationally nominated by URB Magazine for the BEST PARTY OF 2010, and is CHICAGO'S BEST DANCE PARTY OF 2011, 2012, 2013, and 2014 by the Chicago Reader's Poll, as well as CHICAGO'S BEST DANCE PARTY OF 2014 by the Chicago Nightlife Awards.

The core crew (Dom Brown, Orville Kline, Fei Tang and Ammunition) has since taken their infamous Monday night banger, which features free chicken wings and smut, to clubs and festivals across the globe.

Now shifting their focus towards music/production and unleashing a torrent of sound waves on the nations radar, Porn and Chicken has increased the debauchery, as well as their relentless performance and nature for all things lewd and crude.

Collaborating with numerous pop culture icons, artists, and celebrities, Porn and Chicken continues to further strengthen their name/brand throughout the EDM community worldwide

Porn and Chicken Featured in Vice Magazine's 'Around the World in 80 Raves'

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