SOME STUFFS: The Coathangers ready for spring tour with new album

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The ladies of The Coathangers may look like they’re just hum-drumming it along out in a random desert somewhere in the photo above but they are very much inland in normal circumstances. They will be releasing a new album very soon called Nosebleed Weekend (Suicide Squeeze) and they just posted a few concert dates for the spring, which begins with a show in Brooklyn:

March 29… Brooklyn, NY (Baby’s All Right) 🐻
April 6… Los Angeles, CA (The Echo) 💡
April 21… Hot Springs National Park, AR (Low Key Arts)
April 22… Dallas, TX (Club Dada) 💩
April 23… Norman, OK (Norman Music Festival)
April 25… San Antonio, TX (Paper Tiger)
April 27… McAllen, TX (Yerberia Cultura)
April 30-May 1… Orlando, FL (Moonstone Music Festival)

🐻 = w/ Tijuana Panthers
💡 = w/ Death Valley Girls
💩 = w/ Har Mar Superstar

Nosebleed Weekend will be released on April 15th. Pre-order the album through their website, including the vinyl pressing, which will be available in three different color variations. You can now preview the album’s first single below called “Make It Right”.

SOME STUFFS: Tijuana Panthers release new single from new album

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You may read the headline of an article like the one you’re reading now and you think “you know, all I want is to read what it says and get it over with” so if that’s the case, here we go.

Tijuana Panthers’ new single is “Set Forth”, which is the first from their forthcoming album called Poster (Innovative Leisure), coming out on August 28th.

Sometimes, that’s all you will read and you’re happy, right? What if I also told you that they’re having an album release party in Los Angeles at The Regent on September 4th, would you care? I’m not going to post about it, you do some research and find out for yourself. I’m not going to tell you the show will also feature Adult Books and The Garden, go find out on your own. I was just hear to post a new Tijuana Panthers song.

SOME STUFFS: Tijuana Panthers present new video and fall tour dates

If you missed Tijuana Panthers when they were on the road last month, don’t worry, for they are going back again for more shows beginning next month, which will take them through mid-November.

October 25… Santa Ana, CA (Beach Goth Festival)
November 5… – Los Angeles, CA (El Rey) *
November 6… San Luis Obispo, CA (SLO Brewing Co) *
November 7… Santa Barbara, CA Velvet Jones() *
November 8… San Francisco, CA (The Independent) *
November 10… Bellingham, WA (The Wild Buffalo) *
November 11… Seattle, WA ()Crocodile Cafe *
November 12… Portland, OR (Hawthorne Theatre) *

* w/ Mariachi El Bronx

To keep you entertained, the Panthers have made a video for “Money Jar”. Toss your eyes in it (the jar, that is) and have a good viewing.


SOME STUFFS: Tijuana Panthers pass visuals out before heading out for shows on the west coast

…and now for our feature presentation.
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Tijuana Panthers put on their James Bond duds to put themselves right in the middle of a major motion picture, and it seems everyone had fun doing it. The occasion? “Nobo”, a tune from their Innovative Leisure long playing record, Wayne Interest. Have enough popcorn to suit you through? Exquisite.

The group are currently on tour on the west coast with Fucked Up, see if these cities are to your likings:

August 15… Vancouver, BC (Fortune Sound Club) *
August 16… Seattle, WA (Neumos) *
August 17… Portland, OR (Bunk Bar) +
August 19… San Francisco, CA (The Independent) *
August 20… Ventura, CA (The Garage) *
August 21… Los Angeles, CA (El Rey Theatre) *
August 22… Pomona, CA (Glasshouse) *
August 23… San Diego, CA (Casbah) *

* w/ Fucked Up
+ w/ Taco Cat


SOME STUFFS: The road plans on taking GRMLN for a journey this summer

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As his album Empire (Carpark) makes the music rounds, GRMLN attends to be a good sport by giving said album some promotional duties in the form of a tour, beginning tomorrow in Seattle.

July 18… Seattle, WA – Rendezvous) *
July 19… Reno, NV – Chapel) *
July 21… San Francisco, CA – Cafe Du Nord) *
July 22… Bakersfield, CA – Sandrinis) *
July 23… San Diego, CA – Soda Bar) *
July 24… Long Beach, CA – Fingerprints (In-store)
July 26… Los Angeles, CA – The Echo) *
July 27… Pomona, CA – Viva Music Festival @ The Glasshouse
July 28… Santa Ana, CA – The Observatory) ^#
August 8… Portland, OR – Aladdin Theatre) ^
August 10… Vancouver, BC – Media Club) ^
August 12… Missoula, MT – Stage 112) ^
August 14… Minneapolis, MN – 7th Street Entry) ^
August 16… Ferndale, MI – The Loving Touch) ^
August 18… Montreal, QC – Il Motore) ^
August 20… Providence, RI – Fete Lounge) ^
August 21… Boston, MA – Church) ^
August 22… Edgartown, MA – Flatbread Co) ^
August 24… New York, NY – Bowery Ballroom) ^
August 25… Philadelphia, PA – Johnny Brenda’s) ^
August 26… Washington, DC – DC9) ^
August 27… Pittsburgh, PA – Altar Bar) ^
August 28… Cleveland, OH – Grog Shop) ^
August 30… Chicago, IL – Schubas) ^
August 31… Des Moines, IA – Gaslamp) ^
September 1… Kansas City, MO – Riot Room) ^
September 2… Denver, CO – Larimer) ^

* = w/ Tijuana Panthers
^ = w/ Geographer
# = w/ The Chain Gang Of 1974

You are now able to witness the magic of GRMLN in video form with the song “Teenage Rhythm”, maybe named as such because teens dig this, or because the rhythms have the eagerness of a teen. I don’t know, you must ask Yoodoo Park (b/k/a GRMLN) for the answer.