April 13, 2004

Max Creek Playing 3 Night Run In Colorado

After a hugely successful national tour this winter with Phish’s Mike Gordon, celebrated guitarist Scott Murawski brings his legendary band, Max Creek, back to the edge of the Rockies for a three night run.

Thursday, April 29th @ The Fox Theatre in Boulder, Friday, April 30th @ Cervante

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New Beastie Boys Single Available For Download April 28th

“Ch-Check It Out,” the first single from the Beastie Boys’ upcoming album “To the 5 Boroughs,” will be available for digital download April 28 via Apple’s iTunes Music Store, the same date it is delivered to U.S. radio outlets for airplay consideration. A video for the track was recently shot by group member Adam Yauch’s alter-ego Nathaniel Hornblower, best known for directing previous Beasties clips “So What’cha Want” and “Intergalactic.”

As previously reported, “To the 5 Boroughs” will be released this summer by Capitol. It’s the rap trio’s first new album since 1998’s “Hello Nasty.” A world tour is expected later this year.

Source billboard.com.

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Interpol Eyeing Fall For New Album

New York rock act Interpol is hard at work on its sophomore Matador album. The as-yet-untitled set is being targeted for a September release and re-teams Interpol with producer Peter Katis, who was behind the boards for the group’s 2002 debut, “Turn on the Bright Lights.” Confirmed tracks recorded so far include “NARC” and “Length of Love.”

Interpol will tour in support of the new album but has no plans to play live “for the next several months,” according to its official Web site. For now, fans can enjoy an unsolicited remix of the last album’s “Untitled,” dubbed “Swimwear Remix,” available on the site.

In addition, the instrumental “Interlude,” which was only released on the Japanese edition of “Turn on the Bright Lights,” can be downloaded via Apple’s iTunes Music Store. Guitarist Daniel Kessler has also contributed a “celebrity playlist” to the store.

Source billboard.com.

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New Artists Named To Bonnaroo Lineup.

A number of new artists have been added to this years Bonnaroo Festival lineup. The newest wave of additions include: Robert Earl Keen, Addison Groove Project, Jem, Antigone Rising, Xavier Rudd and Praxis

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Phish Summer Tour Dates Announced

Phish will perform thirteen concerts this summer in two short legs – eight shows in June and another five in August. The June concerts kick off with a special two night run at Coney Island’s Keyspan Park in Brooklyn, NY, home of the Brooklyn Cyclones minor league baseball club, and also include a long overdue return to SPAC in Saratoga, NY as well as two-nighters at old favorites Deer Creek and Alpine Valley. In August, the band returns to Great Woods for two shows and to the Tweeter Center in Camden NJ for one night.

From there, the band is hard at work seeking necessary approvals to stage a festival in northern Vermont the weekend of August 14 & 15.

June 17 KeySpan Park, Brooklyn, NY
June 18 KeySpan park, Brooklyn, NY
June 19 Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Saratoga Springs, NY
June 20 Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Saratoga Springs, NY
June 23 Verizon Wireless Music Center, Noblesville, IN (Deer Creek)
June 24 Verizon Wireless Music Center, Noblesville, IN (Deer Creek)
June 25 Alpine Valley, East Troy, WI
June 26 Alpine Valley, East Troy, WI
August 10 Tweeter Center, Mansfield, MA (Great Woods)
August 11 Tweeter Center, Mansfield, MA (Great Woods)
August 12 Tweeter Center, Camden, NJ

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