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  2. Coldplay Zurich
    Event on 2016-06-11 20:00:00
    That’s right, the time has come to purchase your Coldplay Zurich tickets! Coldplay has just announced the new dates for their upcoming tour and tickets are already on sale. So if you don’t want to miss out on what will be the best concert of the year, get hold of your Coldplay Zurich tickets here and now!Coldplay has been working on their music since 1996, yet it wasn’t until they released their debut album “Parachutes” in 2000 that this British band became worldwide famous. With songs such as “Yellow”, “Shiver” and “Trouble”, “Parachutes” managed to sell over eight million copies all over the world. After seeing how successful their music was and all the positive reviews their first album received, Coldplay decided to go on a World Tour. Coldplay has been on the go since then and has travelled all over the world more than six times.Now, Coldplay is once again hitting the road and you

    at Letzigrund
    Badenerstrasse 500
    Zurich, Switzerland

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  4. Vanessa Carlton
    Event on 2016-01-16 21:00:00
    with Skye Steele
    An unusual light shines through Liberman, Vanessa Carltons fifth album. Its ten songs, built on ethereal melodies and lush orchestration, seem to climb out of the shadows, each resonating with a sense of haunting positivity. The opening track, Take It Easy, instantly sets the tone, inviting the listener into a sort of sonic euphoria: each note and lyric thereafter builds on that aesthetic, creating an ongoing narrative that unfurls over its classic side A and side B. Its a calm record, Carlton says. I didnt want any angst in there. I thought, What would I want to hear back? What would make me feel better in my darker times? Even a phrase like take it easy, which is in a million songs, brings happiness. This album leans toward seeing the good in humans and in the world. Carlton began writing in the summer of 2012, beginning with Unlock The Lock, an evocative piano-driven track that set the tone for the songs to come. Shed recently finished touring 2011s Rabbits On The Run, an album conceived through inspiration from Stephen Hawkings A Brief History of Time and Richard Adams Watership Down. Carlton found herself in the desert and the song emerged, reflecting a newly revealing songwriting sensibility for the artist. I imagined a group of people listening to it, she says. It was the first time I ever wanted to make something like sance music something that would make a human brain feel at ease, something that would feel right in an everyday ritual. I also realized I wanted the record to be really soothing lyrically and not so much a reveal of me. The musician followed that thread as she continued writing for the next year and a half, this time inspired by books like Joseph Campbells The Power of Myth and Aldous Huxleys The Doors of Perception. Carltons primary influence, however, was a colorful oil painting by her grandfather Alan J. Lee, who was originally named Liberman. The painting, created in 1963, hangs in Carltons home and showcases three woman captured in swirling pastel colors. She wrote many songs while looking at the image, eventually deciding to call the album after her grandfather. The swirly colors of that painting reminded me of the music and the music reminds me of those colors Carlton notes. Then I looked up what Liberman means and its honorable man and my beloved all these things that just felt right to me. Its a strong family name that, in a weird way, describes the music to me. At the end of 2013, Carlton gathered her songs and decamped to Real World Studio in Box, England to work with producer Steve Osborne, whod helmed Rabbits On The Run. In the studio, Carlton and Osborne focused on the sound, on creating layers of instrumentation with classic gear that veer away from crisp pop production and reference artists like Air. For Carlton, who began her career with several albums at the mercy of prescribed aesthetics, emphasizing the art of space and sonic beauty felt like the next step. This shift is revealed particularly in the trippy ambience of House of Seven Swords and the moody Ascension, which builds a soundscape outward from the piano at its center. Carlton rounded out the album in Nashville, the city she now calls home, with producer Adam Landry who worked on three tracks. Carltons husband, Deer Tick front man John McCauley, played on several songs throughout the process, including Take it Easy, "Ascension" and Matter of Time. The latter is stripped of instrumentation and highlights Carltons voice as it soars over McCauleys delicately plucked electric guitar, reminiscent of the old school vocal recordings of Dusty Springfield. As a whole, Liberman feels like a new chapter in Carltons storied career, revealing new facets of her musical skill and instigating fresh inspirations. Stagnancy, she knows, is the antithesis to creativity. Martin Scorsese said sometimes your greatest challenge is not your failure but your success, Carlton says. In a way I was able to persevere after having a success out of the gate and figure out a path that feels really pure to me. But I had to create this environment where I felt comfortable changing. When I was first doing records I was so young and I wanted to please everyone. But now I sort of feel ancient and I love it and I just want to make art for its own sake. Whether I fall on my face or not at least I know I did it. Everything Ive done and everything I am is there in the songs.

    at Doug Fir Restaurant & Lounge
    830 E Burnside Street
    Portland, United States

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  7. Rival Sons
    Event on 2016-01-21 21:00:00

    New album Great Western Valkyrie is now available in-stores and online. Get it on iTunes: http://smarturl.it/gwvitunesFizzing with freshness – BBCSunkissed psychedelia and irresistible hooks, with the bands soul, funk and blues influences thrust joyously to the fore… If you thrilled to the Black Keys El Camino, its time to meet your new favourite band – GuardianReleased in June 2014 via Earache Records, Great Western Valkyrie puts Rival Sons freewheeling fuzz and improvisational stage ethos to wax and cements their position as Americas next great rocknroll band. With a conscious decision for this band to be just what it is (Jay Buchanan) this album is more cohesive than any Rival Sons album before.From the beach cities of Southern California, the time was ripe for Rival Sons. Guitarist Scott Holiday had long been searching for something that would fit his psychedelic vision and fuzzy garage rock tones, then things fell into place when blues singer/songwriter Jay Buchanan put the solo career on the backburner and gave rock n roll a chance. Scott Holiday: a random find on the Internet points me to Jay Buchanan. In 13 seconds I realize I have just come across the singer I've looked for over the last 10-12 years of my life.Jay was invited to record vocals on the bands debut release Before the fire Singing On My Way in a single take. We never even ran tape a 2nd time. That was a first to witness for me. And so it was born… Rival Sons.Four albums on, with an ever-growing fan base the band go from strength to strength and have never looked back.Emerging from a scene where over-production was commonplace, writing and recording in a hotbox of activity without prior discussion or preparation came to be what Rival Sons is about. We have a reputation for recording our albums very quickly and keeping things very live – off the floor.As Holiday puts it after recording Before The Fire: This is just the simplest way to not cheat ourselves or the listener. Rock and Roll cant be over-thought, and if it is, it loses its immediacy and instinct it needs to be a knife fight, not a choreographed knife danceThe Rival Sons EP was recorded soon after Jay Buchanan joined the band and it caught the attention of Earache Records founder Digby Pearson who signed a deal in November 2010 that led to the recording of Pressure & Time in early 2011. The album was recorded in Los Angeles with producer Dave Cobb (who has worked on all Rival Sons albums) and released worldwide in May 2011. The band committed to creating an experience that closely matches the attitude and excitement of one of their live performances. Coming straight off a 4 week stint on the road, Rival Sons wrote, recorded, and mixed the album in just 20 days; ensuring a rawness for both the listener and the band; explains Buchanan, in the code of the Samurai, any decision must be made between 3 and 5 breaths writing by that code forces us to act, go with our instincts and really, truly listen to each other. Creatively, youre bringing your most immediate instincts.Pressure & Time opened a door to Europe where from their first European show at Camden Barfly to Shepherds Bush Empire in 2012, there has hardly been a show that was not sold out. The band quickly picked up European shows and festivals and became known for a wild improvisational live show.Jay Buchanan Each one of us is coming at this thing we call a band for different reasons and with a very different approach. It's an unlikely collective really but when it all comes together there's an energy I don't see happening anywhere else. If rock'n'roll is our base form I would say, that transparent energy in our performance and solid writing are our highest functions as a band. Give everything you have, every time. Each time you approach that stage, every night, you're waiting for someone to call you out for the fraud you really are so you empty your pockets and give them everything you have inside of you just trying to prove that you've come there for a greater reason than just wanting to be the center of someone's attention. Music is fucking heavy business.Seeing the creative process as a snapshot, only spending less than a month in the studio for each album, writing and recording live under one roof to keeps the process raw but also grueling. Straight off the back of more touring early 2012 the band went into Honey Pye studios in Nashville in February 2012 for 22 days to write and record their new album again with Dave Cobb and Vance Powell (Jack White, Kings of Leon etc). Experimenting with old analog equipment from legendary studios that producer Dave Cobb had collected the band found a warmth in their sound for the album that would be Head Down.With growing accolades and chart success the band were presented with Breakthrough Artist award by Vic Reeves at the Classic Rock awards at the end of 2012, they also graced the cover of the magazine as well as several other publications.Between albums Rival Sons have a taxing tour schedule, original bassist Robin Everhart left the band in August 2013, finding that the touring life didnt agree with him. Playing club shows, stadiums and festivals, the band find new fans wherever they are. Continuing with their touring schedule long-time friend of the band Dave Beste (Maroon5, Rocco Deluca and The Burden) joined on bass before the band returned to the studio January 2014 again with producer Dave Cobb in Nashville, the band recorded their 5th release Great Western ValkyrieOpting to keep the sound in-tact and very accurate as to deliver to the listener exactly what was happening in the room when we put it down. We also felt a big desire to make a few left turns musically on this record – which we did. You will get the rock n rollbut on several tracks you get something much more hybrid. Scott HolidayCalled A vital force in the modern age by The Guardian, Rival Sons often approach their music as if they were on a mission. Drummer Michael Miley: Were pushing the envelope of modern music; forcing it to stay awake and active through instinctive and honest music delivered with a blistering live performanceIn a ideal world, I want our records and live shows to envelop the listener to the level of forgetting daily worries. Just be free and lose (or FIND) yourself in the music. Scott HolidayReleases:June 2009 – BEFORE THE FIRE (self released)Feb 2010/2011 – RIVAL SONS EP (self released and on ITunes via Earache Records)June 2011 – PRESSURE & TIME (Earache Records)August 2012 HEAD DOWN (Earache Records)June 2014 GREAT WESTERN VALKYRIE (Earache Records)

    at Badlands Pawn Gold and Jewelry
    1600 W. Russell Street
    Sioux Falls, United States

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  10. James McMurtry
    Event on 2016-02-04 20:00:00
    with Curtis McMurtry
    "The simple fact is that James McMurtry may be the truest, fiercest songwriter of his generation…" -Stephen King | Entertainment WeeklyJAMES McMURTRY RELEASES COMPLICATED GAME, HIS FIRST STUDIO ALBUM IN SIX YEARSJames McMurtry spins stories with a poets pen (Long Island Sound) and a painters precision (She Loves Me). Proof: The acclaimed songwriters new Complicated Game. McMurtrys first collection in six years spotlights a craftsman in absolutely peak form as he turns from political toward personal (These Things Ive Come to Know, You Got to Me). The lyrical theme is mostly about relationships, McMurtry says. Its also a little about the big old world verses the poor little farmer or fisherman. I never make a conscious decision about what to write about.Complicated Game delivers McMurtrys trademark story songs time and again (Copper Canteen, Deavers Crossing), but the record brings a new (and certainly no less energetic) sonic approach. Simply put: McMurtry brings forth another new masterpiece.Howm I Gonna Find You Now, the records lead single boasts buoyant banjos and driving drums endlessly energetic.Whiplash vocals further frenzy the beat. I've got a cup of black coffee so I don't get lazy/I've got a rattle in the dashboard driving me crazy, McMurtry effectively raps. If I hit it with my fist, itll quit for a little while/Gonna have to stop to smoke in another mile/Headed into town gonna meet you at the mercantile/Take you to the Sonic get you grinning like a crocodile.Such vibrant vignettes consistently turn heads. They have for a quarter century now. Clearly, hes only improving with time. James McMurtry is one of my very few favorite songwriters on Earth and these days he's working at the top of his game, says Americana all-star Jason Isbell. He has that rare gift of being able to make a listener laugh out loud at one line and choke up at the next. I dont think anybody writes better lyrics. James writes like he's lived a lifetime, echoes iconic roots rocker John Mellencamp. Yes. Spin South Dakota. Youll hear.Further evidence: McMurtrys Just Us Kids (2008) and Childish Things (2005). The former earned his highest Billboard 200 chart position in nearly two decades and notched Americana Music Award nominations. Meanwhile, Childish Things scored endless critical praise and spent six full weeks topping the Americana Music Radio chart in 2005 and 2006. In 2006, Childish Things won the Americana Music Associations Album of the Year and We Cant Make It Here was named the rapidly rising organization's Song of the Year.McMurtry tours year round and consistently throws down unparalleled powerhouse performances. The Washington Post notes: Much attention is paid to James McMurtrys lyrics and rightfully so: He creates a novels worth of emotion and experience in four minutes of blisteringly stark couplets. What gets overlooked, however, is that hes an accomplished rock guitar player … serious stuff, imparted by a singularly serious band.

    at Rams Head on Stage
    33 West Street
    Annapolis, United States

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  12. Trivium
    Event on 2016-01-27 20:00:00
    with Adakain, Serosia
    With their fifth full-length album, In Waves, Trivium make a crucial statement.It's a statement about writing their own rules about what it means to be a contemporary metal band. It's a statement that encompasses boundary-defying music, moods, movement, and visuals. It's a statement that's emblematic of their evolution. It's a statement that's going to impact anyone open to it.While on the road in 2009, the first rumblings of In Waves began. Trivium vocalist and guitarist Matt Heafy had already started pondering the direction the band would take for their fifth offering. So far, they'd excelled at the standard hallmarks of the genre, and he wanted to do something new.Each one of their albumsAscendancy (2005), The Crusade (2006), and Shogun (2008)garnered unanimous critical and fan acclaim. Ascendancy cemented the band's place in the metal-verse, selling over half-a-million copies worldwide.Shogun debuted at #23 on the Billboard Top 200 and in the top 100 in 18 other countries. All over the globe, they rose to the ranks of metal elite, sharing the stage with everyone from Iron Maiden and Slipknot and dominating festivals such as Download, Rock Star Energy Drink Mayhem Festival and OZZfest. They'd done everything the way that a metal band is supposed to. However, even with all of this success, Heafy and his cohorts guitarist Corey Beaulieu, bassist Paolo Gregoletto, and drummer Nick Augusto had gotten frustrated with the state of metal and yearned to break out."In my opinion, this album really was a response to what we've ever done as a band and everything we're seeing in contemporary music," declares Heafy. " We want to take metal a step further. We're not going to tell anyone what In Waves means. We want to put imagination and creativity back in the mind of the listener."Trivium let the music do the talking this time around. The title track and first single hinges on a pummeling polyrhythmic guitar groove that breaks into one of the band's most infectious choruses just before a haunting guitar melody sails off into the distance. Rather than simply modifying their sound, they expanded it with elegant sonic textures and crushingly calculated chaos. The technical prowess is tempered by a melodic sensibility often unexplored by bands in this genre.About the song, Gregoletto explains, "To me, the 'In Waves' riff is what anger and hopelessness I felt would sound like if emoted musically. It was the first riff I wrote after we got off the road for Shogun, and it's inspirationally somewhere in between the technicality of Meshuggah and the straightforward groove of Sepultura, but it channels a new intensity. After that song, we weren't afraid to push ourselves out of familiar territory anymore.""It was the turning point for the music," Heafy reveals. "It's got the simplest chorus we've ever had, and it meant something different to each of us. There's minimalist spin."However, that simplicity breeds complexity as each song takes on a life of its own. "Inception of the End" drops from a speedy thrash air raid into an anthemic arena-filling refrain, while vocal harmonies climb alongside schizophrenic screams on "Watch the World Burn." "Of All These Yesterdays" takes flight on a propulsive hum and an off-kilter solo. Everything culminates during "Leaving This World Behind," which pairs a classically influenced acoustic guitar with a chilling scream and an orchestral, electronic undercurrent. "Built to Fall" shatters an off-time riff with a hyper-charged hook that sees Heafy channeling a new charisma.(continued above)The entire album moves and shifts like one fluid entity. Heafy adds, "There was a conscious effort to tie everything together. Since we pulled back on so much of the musical complexity, it was about the song and we were able to connect on a basic level. It wasn't about trying to insert another big word in the lyrics or another solo. We weren't worried about showing how technical or brutal we could sound. It was about making something great. When I simplified the lyrics, they were able to be translated into multiple definitions, expanding the album to a multi-purposed work of art."In order to paint this aural pastiche, the band retreated to Paint It Black Studios in Altamonte Springs, FL with production triumvirate Colin Richardson [Machine Head, Bullet for My Valentine], Martyn "Ginge" Ford and Carl Bown in early 2011. The band had already conceived the vision for the album over two years of writing and volleying visual concepts around, so recording allowed the band to continue to experiment. Surprisingly, Heafy didn't turn to his iPod for inspiration though."On this record, my influences weren't music," he explains. "My influences were film and directors like David Lynch, Lars Von Trier, Paul Thomas Anderson, and Christopher Nolan. It was also the idea of modern art. I used to not get modern art and museums. I went to The Louvre four years ago and it got me into classical art. Then I started getting into modern art. I like modern art because it completely disregards all of the pre-set rules. Contemporary art can be anything. There is no right or wrong. That encouraged me on In Waves. We made the music we wanted to make."In order to keep pushing the envelope, Trivium experimented with a myriad of sounds and textures, employing everything from cardboard tubes, fire extinguishers, napkins, and out-of-tune pianos to make sounds. Working with new drummer Nick Augusto in the studio also helped facilitate the process. Beaulieu exclaims, "Nick's a fantastic drummer, and he soaked everything up really quickly. We moved at such a fast pace together and we were able to accomplish a lot more in a short amount of time. It was a very creative, fast-moving, and enjoyable experience. Having that positive environment with Nick made it a lot more fun and it made the songs better."However, the songs will ultimately continue to get better as their vision comes into clearer focus. Heafy sums it up best. "If a CD is like the soundtrack to a movie, In Waves is the entire film. It's everything. It's the soundtrack, the visuals, and the packaging. It's a full-on visual experience rather than being the standard format. The whole purpose of art is to inspire creativity and other art. No one made the album we wanted to hear yet so we made it ourselves. It's time to take metal to another place and bring in new people."

    at Trees
    2707 Elm Street
    Dallas, United States

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  14. Lupe Fiasco
    Event on 2016-01-29 21:00:00
    with Positive Disturbance, Wayne Brezz, Chutes McGoo & the Trukstop Assassins, B-Ham with the Tru&Livin' Crew
    For Lupe Fiasco, inspiration is attained amongst high altitudes. Sometimes literallythe avant-garde MC has been known to climb Tanzania's Mount Kilimanjaro for both charity and clarityand other times, in the figurative form of great men's greater work. Philosopher and linguistic scholar Noam Chomsky, scribe supreme James Baldwin, historian Howard Zinn, religious activist Malcolm X, have all contributed to the worldly perspectives of the man born Wasalu Muhammad. Yet, no icon has lent greater influence to the 30-year-old orator's latest work than Baldwin. Jimmy's masterful writings and truth unfurling documentaries like "Take The Hammer" supplied motivation for quite possibly Lupe's definitive album, Food & Liquor 2: The Great American Rap Album.

    at Scout Bar
    18307 Egret Bay Boulevard
    Houston, United States

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  16. Vanessa Carlton
    Event on 2016-01-24 20:30:00
    with Skye Steel
    An unusual light shines through Liberman, Vanessa Carlton's fifth album. Its ten songs, built on ethereal melodies and lush orchestration, seem to climb out of the shadows, each resonating with a sense of haunting positivity. The opening track, "Take It Easy," instantly sets the tone, inviting the listener into a sort of sonic euphoria: each note and lyric thereafter builds on that aesthetic, creating an ongoing narrative that unfurls over its classic side A and side B. "It's a calm record," Carlton says. "I didn't want any angst in there. I thought, 'What would I want to hear back? What would make me feel better in my darker times?' Even a phrase like 'take it easy,' which is in a million songs, brings happiness. This album leans toward seeing the good in humans and in the world." Carlton began writing in the summer of 2012, beginning with "Unlock The Lock," an evocative piano-driven track that set the tone for the songs to come. She'd recently finished touring 2011's Rabbits On The Run, an album conceived through inspiration from Stephen Hawking's A Brief History of Time and Richard Adam's Watership Down. Carlton found herself in the desert and the song emerged, reflecting a newly revealing songwriting sensibility for the artist. "I imagined a group of people listening to it," she says. "It was the first time I ever wanted to make something like sance music something that would make a human brain feel at ease, something that would feel right in an everyday ritual. I also realized I wanted the record to be really soothing lyrically and not so much a reveal of me."The musician followed that thread as she continued writing for the next year and a half, this time inspired by books like Joseph Campbell's The Power of Myth and Aldous Huxley's The Doors of Perception. Carlton's primary influence, however, was a colorful oil painting by her grandfather Alan J. Lee, who was originally named Liberman. The painting, created in 1963, hangs in Carlton's home and showcases three woman captured in swirling pastel colors. She wrote many songs while looking at the image, eventually deciding to call the album after her grandfather. "The swirly colors of that painting reminded me of the music and the music reminds me of those colors" Carlton notes. "Then I looked up what Liberman means and it's 'honorable man' and 'my beloved' all these things that just felt right to me. It's a strong family name that, in a weird way, describes the music to me."At the end of 2013, Carlton gathered her songs and decamped to Real World Studio in Box, England to work with producer Steve Osborne, who'd helmed Rabbits On The Run. In the studio, Carlton and Osborne focused on the sound, on creating layers of instrumentation with classic gear that veer away from crisp pop production and reference artists like Air. For Carlton, who began her career with several albums at the mercy of prescribed aesthetics, emphasizing the art of space and sonic beauty felt like the next step. This shift is revealed particularly in the trippy ambience of "House of Seven Swords" and the moody "Ascension," which builds a soundscape outward from the piano at its center. Carlton rounded out the album in Nashville, the city she now calls home, with producer Adam Landry who worked on three tracks. Carlton's husband, Deer Tick front man John McCauley, played on several songs throughout the process, including "Take it Easy," "Ascension" and "Matter of Time." The latter is stripped of instrumentation and highlights Carlton's voice as it soars over McCauley's delicately plucked electric guitar, reminiscent of the old school vocal recordings of Dusty Springfield. As a whole, Liberman feels like a new chapter in Carlton's storied career, revealing new facets of her musical skill and instigating fresh inspirations. Stagnancy, she knows, is the antithesis to creativity. "Martin Scorsese said sometimes your greatest challenge is not your failure but your success," Carlton says. "In a way I was able to persevere after having a success out of the gate and figure out a path that feels really pure to me. But I had to create this environment where I felt comfortable changing. When I was first doing records I was so young and I wanted to please everyone. But now I sort of feel ancient and I love it and I just want to make art for its own sake. Whether I fall on my face or not at least I know I did it. Everything I've done and everything I am is there in the songs."

    at Casbah
    2501 Kettner Boulevard
    San Diego, United States

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