The Body has just announced a full US tour following the release of their newest album, No One Deserves Happiness, and their recent collaboration with Full of Hell. Check out AV Club’s review of that collab titled One Day You Will Ache Like I Ache as well as the Spin review of their full length album.
You can purchase No One Deserves Happiness out on Thrill Jockey now.
The Body has also just released a new video for the single “The Fall and The Guilt” available via Stereogum. Be sure to catch them out on tour starting this May, full list of dates here.
Flowerbooking at SXSW 2016
It’s that time of the year again… SXSW is here! This year, Flowerbooking has teamed up with Polyvinyl Record Co and
Topshelf Records to bring you a can’t miss showcase. Friday, March 18, we’re taking over both stages at the The Sidewinder in Austin to bring you non-stop music all night.
Doors at 7PM. Wristband and badge holders welcome. A small number of tickets will also be available at the door night of show for those without a wristband or badge.
Check out the complete listing of all Flowerbooking artists' shows and events happening at SXSW 2016.
Third Man Records 'Audio Social Dissent' Tour
Last year, Jack White's Third Man Records released albums by Wolf Eyes, Timmy's Organism, and Video. This year, those three bands plus Regression 696 (featuring Nate Young of Wolf Eyes) will embark on Third Man's Audio Social Dissent Tour.
Third Man co-founder Ben Swank shared, "Third Man has been itching to put something together like this for years and these bands are the perfect emissaries for the mission of shaking people out of passively viewing bands in fields (hereby known as the 'Festival Gaze') and instead participating and having their heads ripped off when the sound of the streets creeps out of the sewers and into a packed out sweaty and loud venue. See these bands together in this context and it might just change a life." Read more at Pitchfork.
First leg of the tour will include Timmy’s Organism, Video and Regression 696. Wolf Eyes will then join for the second leg. Find out more about the Audio Social Dissent Tour and see the full list of tour dates here
2015 YEAR IN REVIEW
'Tis the season for a look back at the year 2015 in music. With an abundance of albums, artists, EPs and more that made an impact this year, Flowerbooking is honored and excited to have our hard-working artists recognized for their accomplishments!
No plans for New Year's Eve? No need to panic, we've got you covered. Check out Flowerbooking's guide to New Year's Eve below. Get your tickets now so you can rock out and ring in the New Year at one of these shows.
Clap Your Hands Say Yeah – Rough Trade – Brooklyn, NY – Tickets
Cymbals Eat Guitars – Baby's All Right – Brooklyn, NY – Tickets
This Will Destroy You – Club Dada – Dallas, TX – Tickets
Rob Crow’s Gloomy Place
Pinback’s Rob Crow has gone back and forth on his decision to quit music, and now he’s releasing a new project that draws inspiration from that ambivalence. He’s just announced an album titled You’re Doomed. Be Nice with his new band, Rob Crow’s Gloomy Place . The album will be released on March 4 via Temporary Residence. Stream the first single, “Business Interruptus,” on Pitchfork now or download it on iTunes.
Rob Crow’s Gloomy Place will be touring next year in support of the album, click here for the full list of tour dates.