Arlo Parks, Soul Glo, Banks, Dead Kennedys, Mirah, etc.

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ARLO PARKS

Arlo Parks recently announced a fall North American tour and added second dates in New York (Brooklyn Steel on September 9) and LA (Fonda Theater on September 30). All dates are here.

GLO OF THE SOUL

Soul Glo, which has just released the excellent Diaspora issuesannounced their May tour dates in Richmond, Charlotte, Nashville, Memphis, Dento, Austi, Hattiesburg, Birmingham, Atlanta, Durham and Baltimore:

OLIVER SIM (THE XX)

Oliver Sim of the xx has a new solo single produced by Jamie xx and has announced his first solo shows, which will take place next month.

BAUHAUS

Bauhaus gothic icons have expanded their fall tour, adding shows in Toronto, Philadelphia, DC, Boston, New Haven, Detroit, Minneapolis, Dallas, Houston and Atlanta.

NINE INCH NAILS

With all upcoming Foo Fighters concerts canceled following the death of drummer Taylor Hawkins, Nine Inch Nails will replace them as headliners at the Boston Calling and Welcome to Rockville festivals.

BANKS (NYC & PHILLY with CAUTIOUS CLAY)

Banks just released a new album serpentine and also announced a summer tour that includes a big show in New York City at Radio City Music Hall on July 27. These dates and the Philly show at the Met on 7/28 are with special guest Cautious Clay. Go here for all dates.

ELF POWER

Elf Power’s first album in over five years arrives this summer via Yep Roc, and they’ll be touring with Drag City’s newest psych-folk artist, ER Jurken.

Mirah

Singer-songwriter Mirah has a unique show in Brooklyn at Knitting Factory on May 1, featuring Poise and Amelia Jackie.

AMY SCHUMER

Amy Schumer has expanded her 2022 “Whore Tour”, adding more dates in select cities including Seattle, Boston, Red Bank, NYC, Tampa, Portland and Austin.

COACHELLE

The Weeknd and Swedish House Mafia will replace Kanye West as Coachella headliners on Sundays April 17 and 24.

DEAD KENNEDYS (WITHOUT JELLO)

The current Dead Kennedys lineup, which does not include frontman Jello Biafra, will tour in June, with shows in Boston, Brooklyn (Brooklyn Bowl on 6/14), Atlantic City, Baltimore, Louisville, Nashville, Atlanta, St. Petersburg, and Fort Lauderdale. Nekromantix and The Venomous Pinks were also released with them. All dates are here.

THE DESLONDES

New Orleans soulful alt-country band The Deslondes’ first album in five years is coming this summer via New West, and they’ll also be touring.

SHOWS AT NJ’S AMERICAN DREAM

Live Nation will begin hosting concerts and other live events at the shopping and entertainment center in East Rutherford, NJ as part of a new partnership, and they have announced the initial lineup.

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