Silversun Pickups announce new headlining tour dates throughout North America in October and November. The Los Angeles band, fresh off the “Summer Gods” tour with Third Eye Blind, will play cities including Seattle, Portland, Chicago, Washington DC, New York City, and Vancouver (full dates below).
Charleston-based SUSTO is adding new North American dates, including a show in Vancouver’s Cobalt. The South Carolina five-piece band, SUSTO (pronounced “soos-toh”), has made a name for itself in recent years playing high profile festivals including Austin City Limits, Stagecoach and AmericanaFest along with opening slots with Shovels and Rope, Band of Horses, Iron &
Chilean electronic artist and producer Nicolas Jaar launches mysterious radio network and announces tour stop in Vancouver. New York City-based electronic artist Nicolas Jaar released his debut album, Space Is Only Noise, in 2011 and has since received extensive critical praise.
M83 adds Vancouver date at the PNE Forum to North American tour M83, aka Anthony Gonzalez, continues his incredible 2016 worldwide tour, announcing additional North American tour dates that include performances at Vancouver’s PNE Forum with Tennyson.
Australian artist Flume to embark on massive world tour, playing Vancouver’s PNE August 7th. Since the 2012 release of his self-titled debut, 24-year-old Australian producer Harley Streten (aka Flume) continues to receive feverish support from fans and critics alike, becoming one of the first artists to top 200 million Soundcloud plays and reaching more than 366 million streams on Spotify.
The Arcs kick off their North American tour with a show at Vancouver’s Commodore Ballroom on April 11. Yours, Dreamily, continues to receive critical praise, Rolling Stone named the record among their top ten albums of 2015, calling it a “turbulent R&B noir, spiked with psychedelic flourishes… Spectral hip-hop coated in crusty mellotron.” The album’s first single, “Outta My Mind,” also has received excellent reviews, with New York magazine’s Vulture praising its “raw, bare-bones appeal” and Spin noting its “barrage of deliciously reverbed, strung-out riffs.”