Hailing from Chicago, Louis The Child is an electronic music duo with the simple goal of creating music that makes people happy. Their single, “It’s Strange”, has been played on BBC, Triple J, and KCRW, and racked up over 5 million plays on both Spotify and SoundCloud. In 2016, SnapChat listed Louis The Child as one of 3 EDM Artists to Watch, and Mix Mag ranked LTC as the #1 Artist Taking Dance Music to the Next Level. 2015 involved numerous tours supporting Madeon, Kaskade and The Chainsmokers.
Katatonia - Fallen Hearts of North America 2017 with special guests Caspian, Uncured
The passing of time brings longer shadows and darker thoughts to the human mind. Melancholy’s cry is never far from our ears, even in the happiest of times. But while there is no true answer to the meaning of our brief lives, music will always be a reliable and trustworthy companion through fear and uncertainty. Perhaps more than any other contemporary band, Katatonia have long displayed a masterful propensity for expressing the tears and torments of mortality, offering sumptuous glimmers of sonic hope to soothe our troubled souls. In 2016, Stockholm’s widely celebrated soldiers of sorrow will once again stir the blood and embolden our hearts with a brand new album that promises to further cement their already unassailable reputation. katatonia.com | Purchase Tickets Online | 866-468-3401 | Reserve Balcony | Local Outlets
Senses Fail with special guests Counterparts, Movements, Like Pacific
Celebrating 15 years of music - performing 'Still Searching' in its entirety!
In rock ‘n’ roll, you’ve got to walk the well-trodden path of the genre’s forefathers one step at a time. Each gig under your belt makes for another fan, while every record serves as the next totem for your legacy. It’s a proverbial rite of passage, and there’s no skipping to the end. The Revivalists didn’t take any shortcuts. Since forming in 2007, the seven-piece New Orleans roots-driven rock band logged countless miles on the road, cultivating a high octane live show and a studio presence equally steeped in instrumental virtuosity and charismatic vocal magnetism. therevivalists.com/ | Purchase Tickets Online | 866-468-3401 | Reserve Balcony | Local Outlets
Architects with special guests Stray From The Path, Make Them Suffer
British metalcore band Architects (UK) announce their upcoming tour of the U.S. Kicking off in March, the headlining tour will be the Brighton-based act’s first time playing the U.S. in over two years. “Architects headlining in the U.S. is long overdue,” says drummer Dan Searle. “We've been touring there since 2008, but it’s never been an Architects tour. As a band we feel that we’ve never had an opportunity to deliver the live show in the U.S. that represents the band at its best, and on this tour that is what we finally intend to do. We’re sorry to all our fans there that it’s taken us so long—we've faced all sorts of obstacles, some of which you are well aware of, but we intend to make the wait more than worthwhile.” architectsofficial.com/ | Purchase Tickets Online | 866-468-3401 | Reserve Balcony | Local Outlets
91.3 WYEP presents Son Volt
"There are only two kinds of songs,” Townes Van Zandt said, well before he died. “There's the blues, and there's zip-a-dee-doo-dah.” The new Son Volt album is titled Notes of Blue. Simple as that, maybe. Just now pushing fifty, Jay Farrar, the creative force behind Son Volt, is still not as old as his voice. Not nearly. His singing voice, an ageless gift which sounds something like old timber looks, like the unpainted walls framing Walker Evans' best portraits from Let Us Now Praise Famous Men: simple, durable, weathered and grooved and unplanned. sonvolt.net | Purchase Tickets Online | 866-468-3401 | Reserve Balcony | Local Outlets
Ty Segall has made whole records that wrestle with realities – fighting against some, pulling mightily to bring others into being. His new self-titled record – the next record after Emotional Mugger, Manipulator, Sleeper, Twins, Goodbye Bread, Melted, Lemons and the first self-titled album that started it up in the now-distant year of 2008 – is a clean flow, a wash of transparency falling into a world that needs to see a few things through clearly, to their logical end. It’s got some of the most lobe-blasting neckwork since the Ty Segall Band’s Slaughterhouse (from way back in the long, hot summer of 2012), but it also features a steep flight of fluent acoustic settings. ty-segall.com | Purchase Tickets Online | 866-468-3401 | Reserve Balcony