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Emma Ruth Rundle Shares "Darkhorse" // Consequence Of Sound 

Origins is a recurring new music feature that tasks an artist with dissecting the influences behind their latest track.

On September 14th, Emma Ruth Rundle, the prolific singer/songwriter you may recognize from The Nocturnes, Red Sparowes, and Marriages, will release On Dark Horses, the follow-up to last year’s The Time Between Us EP. Rundle’s previously dropped album opener “Fever Dreams”, and today she shares its follow-up, the thunderingly ominous “Darkhorse”.

Full article via COS. 

 

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Emma Ruth Rundle and Jaye Jayle announce US/EU/UK 2018 Tour Dates 

Emma Ruth Rundle has announced US/EU/UK 2018 dates with Jaye Jayle. More information here.

Dates:

Emma Ruth Rundle — On Tour: 
July 3 Nantes, FR @ Le Ferrailleur ~ 
July 4 Bordeaux, FR @ I-Boat ~ 
July 5 Lyon, FR @ Sonic~ 
July 7 Montreux, CH @ Montreux Jazz Festival~ 
July 8 Stuttgart, DE @ Jube West~ 
July 9 Karlsruhe , DE @ Jubez * ~ 
July 10 Esch-Alzette, LUX @ Kulturfabrik *~ 
July 11 Antwerp, BE @ Kavka ~ 
July 12 Paris, FRA @ Le Trabendo*~ 
July 13 Wiesbaden, DE @ Schlachthof Museum~ 
July 14 Augsburg, DE @ Kantine~ 
September 15 Louisville, KY @ Zanzabar + 
September 16 Detroit, MI @ El Club + 
September 17 Toronto, ON @ Sneaky Dee’s + 
September 19 Portsmouth, NH @ The Press Room + 
September 20 Allston, MA @ Great Scott + 
September 21 Brooklyn, NY @ Saint Vitus + 
September 22 Philadelphia, PA @ PhilaMOCA + 
September 23 Baltimore, MD @ Metro Gallery + 
September 24 Pittsburgh, PA @ Club Cafe + 
September 25 Chicago, IL @ The Empty Bottle + 
October 7 Colmar, FR @ Grillen + 
October 9 Bermeo, ES @ Beleza Malandra Ateneo Kulturala + 
October 10 Oviedo, ES @ Lata de Zinc + 
October 11 Porto, PT @ Passos Emanuel + 
October 12 Lisbon, PT @ Music Box + 
October 13 Madrid, ES @ Changó + 
October 14 Barcelona, ES @ AMFest 2018 
October 16 Mersaille, FR @ TBD 
October 17 Zurich, CH @ Rote Fabrik + 
October 18 Leipzig, DE @ UT Connewits + 
October 19 Prague, CZ @ TBD + 
October 20 Köln, DE @ Gebade 9 + 
October 21 München, DE @ Milla + 
October 23 Berlin, DE @ Bi Nuu + 
October 24 Hamburg, DE @ Hafenklang + 
October 25 Malmo, SE @ Plan B + 
October 26 Oslo, NO @ BLÄ + 
October 27 Stockholm, SE @ Strindbergs Intima + 
October 28 Gothenborg, SE @ Skjul Fyra Sex/Skjulet + 
October 29 Copenhagen, DK @ Hotel Cecil + 
October 31 Rotterdam, NL @ Rotown + 
November 1 Groningen, NL @ Vera + 
November 2 Paris, FR @ Petit Bain + 
November 3 Manchester, UK @ Soup Kitchen + 
November 4 Bristol, UK @ Rough Trade + 
November 6 Glasgow, UK @ Stereo + 
November 7 Newcastle, UK @ The Cluny + 
November 8 London, UK @ Oslo + 
November 30 Nashville, TN @ The High Watt + 
December 1 Atlanta, GA @ Drunken Unicorn + 
December 3 Dallas, TX @ Double Wide + 
December 4 Austin, TX @ Barracuda + 
December 6 Albuquerque, NM @ Sister + 
December 7 Phoenix, AZ @ Valley Bar + 
December 9 Los Angeles, CA @ The Echo + 
December 10 San Francisco, CA @ Rickshaw Stop + 
December 12 Portland, OR @ Mississippi Studios + 
December 13 Seattle, WA @ Barboza + 
December 15 Salt Lake City, UT @ Kilby Court + 
December 16 Denver, CO @ Lost Lake + 
December 17 Kansas City, MO @ The Riot Room + 

~ Solo Shows 
* w/ Chelsea Wolfe 
+w/ Jaye Jayle

DEAFHEAVEN 2018 EU/UK TOUR  

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Deafheaven will be touring the EU/UK following dates in the US.
Tickets available at deafheaven.com

All shows w. INTER ARMA
SEP 13 Warsaw, PL @ Hybrydy
SEP 14 Poznan, PL @ U Bazyla
SEP 15 Dresden, DE @ Beatpol
SEP 17 Gothenburg, SE @ Pustervik
SEP 18 Oslo, NO @ Rockefeller
SEP 19 Stockholm, SE @ Kraken
SEP 20 Copenhagen, DK @ Vega
SEP 22 Amsterdam, NL @ Paradiso
SEP 23 Esch Alzette, LU @ Rockhal
SEP 25 Antwerp, BE @ Trix
SEP 26 Koln, DE @ Essigfabrik
SEP 27 Berlin, DE @ Bi Nuu
SEP 28 Karlsruhe, DE @ Jubez
SEP 30 Bristol, UK @ The Fleece
OCT 01 Manchester, UK @ Gorilla
OCT 02 Glasgow, UK @ Classic Grand
OCT 03 Leeds, UK @ Stylus
OCT 05 London, UK @ ULU
OCT 06 Nijmegen, NL @ Soulcrusher Festival
OCT 07 Paris, FR @ La Maroquinerie
OCT 09 Munich, DE @ Feierwerk
OCT 10 Winterthur, CH @ Salzhaus
OCT 11 Milan, IT @ Legend
OCT 12 Bologna, IT @ TPO
OCT 13 Zagreb, HR @ Mochvara
OCT 14 Vienna, AT @ Arena

Russian Circles, SUMAC & Brutus Photos + Live Review // NMTH 

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A Rawkward Review: Russian Circles, SUMAC & Brutus in Patronaat

Text Steve Gröniger // photography Rob Sneltjes
Full article via NMTH  (English translation)

Fucking Hell, there we are again, still full in the orgasmic after-quakes of thick sonic skullfuckery, but not yet completely landed. What started in Utrecht at SLEEP, found BRUTUS and SUMAC - Yes, these band names should be written in full caps - his apotheosis at Russian Circles in Haarlem. It was brutal, intense, compelling and above all a complete delight in noise grinder that you normally only experience on planet Roadburn. In any case, we are feeling backward of the music sun flares that sprouted from that festival in the past shows, so there is still no question of separation anxiety. A look back then.

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Jaye Jayle Announces New Album, Shares First Track // PASTE Magazine 

 

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I love it when metal artists veer outside the lanes we expect them to and how thrown people can get as a result. I’ve watched Scott Kelly of Neurosis give a few thousand headbangers small fits of confusion opening up for Sleep with a quiet set of acoustic tunes. And I’ve watched Jaye Jayle, the dark roots rock project of Young Widows member Evan Patterson, turn a room on its head when he played a set before Belgian black metal wizards Oathbreaker.

The work that Patterson has done under this name has only gotten seamier, more intense and infinitely more satisfying as he’s dug his heels in. And he’s reached a new peak with forthcoming album No Trail and Other Unholy Paths (out on June 29 via Sargent House). He and his band (bassist Todd Cook, drummer Neal Argabright and multi-instrumentalist Corey Smith) recorded a collection of sodium light drenched tunes and let David Lynch collaborator Dean Hurley have his way with them. It’s a devilish meeting of spirits that feels like being adrift at sea, awed by the beauty but a little scared about how you’re getting home.

To announce this new album properly, Patterson is sharing with us the clattering wonder “Ode To Betsy,” about which he says:

In creating this world of sound, I’ve visioned peaceful hypnotic nature, monstrous euphoric structures, and relative quests for certainty. Sonic terrains of tension, plateaus of primal experimentation, and the droning stillness atop of the high plains. Gazing equally into the past as onto the future. From there, looking up to the dark and shining mysteries of time and space; a story of placement comes from the physical self. Yes, that is this music, to me.

 

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