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::::THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED:::: Exciting creative job opportunity with one of our artists!

Must have’s:

  • Experience with WordPress
  • Experience with IMovie or comparable program, and can make quick graphics, videos
  • Great attention to detail
  • Extra points for HTML/CSS experience.

We will need someone two days a week with some flexibility. Work from home. Hourly wage offered.

To apply: please send cover letter explaining experience, an example of your creative work, and resume to:

Panache Booking's LA Office is seeking interns

Panache Booking is looking for a Booking Admin Assistant Intern for 2019 in our LA office. Interested individuals must commit to the internship for at least 6 months and at the most 12 months. Must be avail for at least 2-3 full days a week. Office is located in Eagle Rock. Please contact Haley at to apply and send your resume.

***Required*** Skills:
- Experience with Google sheets
- GREAT attention to detail, very organized, very detail oriented
- Previous internships in music
- Experience with Adobe programs including Photoshop and Acrobat

Preferred Skills:
- Experience with data entry (Filemaker background a plus)
- Experience with basic web updates/backend use

A few notes:
- There is a 60 day probationary period.
- Unpaid internship with gas reimbursement.
- Can do college credit.

Panache announces 2019 SXSW Official Showcase on Friday 3/15 at Hotel Vegas with Oh Sees, Bane's World, Amyl and the Sniffers, Surfbort & more

Panache returns to SXSW for another year! We are pleased to announce our 2019 SXSW Official Showcase on Friday 3/15 at Hotel Vegas with Oh Sees, Bane’s World, Amyl and the Sniffers, Surfbort, Warm Drag, OHTIS, Deeper, Jess Williamson, and Haiku Hands. More info here.

Panache is thrilled to welcome BIKINI KILL to our roster & announce reunion shows in LA & NY

Panache is thrilled to welcome the legendary BIKINI KILL to our artist roster. We are excited to announce that the band will be playing reunion shows in LA & Ny. All dates here.
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In Loving Memory of Annie Southworth


Panache lost one of our oldest agents and colleagues this past week, our dear friend Annie Southworth. Annie had worked with Panache for nearly a decade, and our friendship spanned over 15 years. When she joined forces with Panache, she brought such powerful wisdom, strength and experience to our very young fledgling booking agency. Together we became a power house of a booking team, that was being led by women. When she joined the agency she brought over bands like Oh Sees, No Means No, Kelley Stoltz, Fresh and Onlys and many others to our roster. She was a warrior for all womankind. Her utter love of music, vitality for life and resilient attitude helped form the foundation that Panache thrives on today. The world has suffered a great loss with Annie’s passing. Too soon. #fuck cancer #getyourbodieschecked #tellyourlovedonesyoulovethem

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NPR's Best Albums of 2019

No music I heard this year convinced me I could hear my own cells dividing like Designer, Aldous Harding’s approachable, enigmatic third album. It’s lovely, but how do you explain it? The New Zealand-born Harding writes songs in familiar, folk-simple forms but appends them with odd angles that sometimes land like jokes and sometimes like warnings. Voices emerge from the depths to thread hints of peril or restlessness into the fabric of gentle melodies. Harding’s lyrics are filled with poetic images that slip away when you try to grasp them — she’s spoken about her desire to resist interpretation. (With her flexible but utterly distinctive voice, she sometimes reminds me of Cat Stevens, if you never had a single clue what Cat Stevens’ songs were about.) The title track stops and starts as if looking over its shoulder to see if you’re still there. “The Barrel” could be a consideration of motherhood, or it could be about creation and destruction, a tale of a minor deity, off in a corner of the universe, a god sinking her fingers into clay, shaping a new world by rules as she imagines them. All that inscrutability could be off-putting, but Designer is the kind of art that rewards questioning. It only frustrates if you demand answers. —Jacob Ganz

Consequence of Sound

King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard announce North American tour

Next spring, King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard will play a trio of “marathon” three-hour sets that pull from their entire 15-album discography, including this year’s Fishing for Fishies and Infest the Rat’s Nest. The plan is to not repeat a single song, and even then they likely won’t cover their full catalog. Now it looks like they’ll have time to dig even deeper into their cumulative tracklist, as they’ve today announced a full North American tour.

King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard Plot 2020 North American Tour

Last month, King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard announced a pair of three-hour marathon shows in North America, and the Aussie outfit have now padded out their itinerary to make the most of their time on the continent.


King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard Announce 2020 US and Canada Tour Dates

The prolific Australians King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard have unveiled a slate of 2020 tour dates in the United States and Canada. The dates fall between their previously announced 3-hour marathon sets at the Greek Theatre in Berkeley, Calif. on Apr. 18 and at Red Rocks Amphitheatre on May 5 and 6.The new dates begin the day after their Greek Theatre marathon show on Apr. 19 in Portland, Ore. and will conclude on May 2 at Franklin Music Hall in Philadelphia, right before the band heads to Morrison, Colo. for their marathon sets at Red Rocks. Other highlights include a set of two dates in Canada – Apr. 27 at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre in Toronto and Apr. 28 at the Olympia in Montreal – followed by a visit to the Kings Theatre in Brooklyn, N.Y. on Apr. 30. Leah Senior will join the band as support during this set of shows.An artist pre-sale for tickets begins on Dec. 11 at 12 p.m. ET, and the general on-sale begins Dec. 13 at 12 p.m. ET. Head to the band’s website for more information. Check out a complete list of announced tour dates below!


King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard Announce 2020 Tour

Melbourne rockers King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard have announced a North American tour. The concerts take place in April and May 2020. Three of the trek’s shows will feature three-hour marathon sets. Check out the band’s poster below. Get tickets here. (Pitchfork may earn a commission from purchases made through affiliate links on our site.)

King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard released two albums this year: Fishing for Fishies and Infest the Rats’ Nest.

Broadway Music World

Bikini Kill Announce Additional 2020 Tour Dates

Legendary feminist punk band Bikini Kill recently regrouped for 10 thrilling performances in select cities NYC, LA and London + a special headlining Riot Fest appearance, marking their first full shows since 1997. These shows sold out quickly and the enthusiastic fan response encouraged the band to launch a more expansive run. Their recently announced 2020 international tour dates are selling out quickly and today, the band is thrilled to announce additional dates with stops at NYC’s Prospect Park Bandshell, Red Rocks, Burger Boogaloo and a special second show in Olympia.

Brooklyn Vegan

Bikini Kill expand tour, add Prospect Park, Red Rocks & more (updated dates)

The reunited Bikini Kill have been rolling out 2020 tour dates, and now they’ve added even more, including Oakland, CA’s Burger Boogaloo in July, and shows at Brooklyn’s Prospect Park for BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival on August 4, Morrison, CO’s Red Rocks Amphitheater on October 21. Tickets for Prospect Park, and all the new dates, go on sale Friday December 13 at noon, with a fan presale starting Wednesday December 12 at noon; the password for that will be available via the band’s newsletter.


Bikini Kill Add Tour Dates, Headlining Burger Boogaloo 2020

The 2020 Burger Boogaloo initial lineup has been announced, and this year, it’s headlined by the reunited Bikini Kill in their first Bay Area show in 25 years. The lineup also features Circle Jerks, Flipper, Alice Bag, Carbonas, Bleached, and host John Waters. It takes place from July 11-12 in Oakland’s Mosswood Park.

Bikini Kill have also expanded their upcoming 2020 world tour dates. Find their itinerary below, and get tickets here. (Pitchfork may earn a commission from purchases made through affiliate links on our site.)

Paste Magazine

Bikini Kill Announce Additional 2020 Tour Dates

Bikini Kill played their first live shows together in over 20 years on a reunion tour last year—with the extremely limited stops of Los Angeles and New York. Lucky for the rest of the continent (and for Scandinavia), the riot grrrl icons are set to visit many more North American cities this coming spring, as well as play Norway’s Øya Festival.

After announcing the first run of tour dates earlier this fall, Bikini Kill have added a few more to the docket today, including a show at Brooklyn’s Prospect Park Bandshell, one at Morrison, Colo.’s Red Rocks Amphitheatre, and one at Burger Boogaloo in Oakland, Calif. Founding members Kathleen Hanna, Kathi Wilcox and Tobi Vail (plus guitarist Erica Dawn Lyle) will kick off the tour at the Capitol Theatre in the band’s birthplace of Olympia, Wash., with a second date also announced today. Both Olympia shows will benefit the city’s Interfaith Works Shelter.

Check out the full slate of tour dates below. Tickets go on sale Dec. 13, at 9 a.m. PST or 12 p.m. ET. If you’re signed up for the Bikini Kill email newsletter, you’ll receive a presale code for use on Dec. 11 beginning at 9 a.m. PST or 12 p.m. ET.


Burger Boogaloo 2020 Lineup

The initial lineup for the 2020 edition of Burger Boogaloo has been announced. It includes the reunited Bikini Kill, who will play their first Bay Area show in 25 years as part of the fest, and Circle Jerks, who will play their first Bay Area show in 10 years.

Rolling Stone

Bikini Kill Is Going on Tour in 2020

The band will kick off their tour on March 13th in Olympia, Washington with a special Interfaith Benefit show. Interfaith Works Nightly Shelter is a shelter/homeless program that works specifically with women and LGBTQ adults in that area. After that, the band will remain on the road through a Milwaukee gig on May 24th. Tickets go on sale November 8th.


Bikini Kill Announce 2020 Tour

Bikini Kill have announced a 2020 international tour. The tour kicks off in March with a benefit for Interfaith Works in Olympia, Washington. Check below for the full list of shows.

Bikini Kill Announce Dates For 2020 World Tour, Including Olympia Benefit Show

Today, the iconic ‘90s punk group Bikini Kill announced a 14-date 2020 world tour, kicking off where the band was founded, in Olympia, Wash. on March 13. This first show, at Capitol Theater, is a special one, as it will benefit local female- and LGBTQ- focused homeless shelter, Interfaith Works.


Bikini Kill Announce 2020 Show

Bikini Kill have announced a 2020 concert in Olympia, Washington. The show is set for Friday, March 13 at the Capitol Theater and will benefit the nonprofit Interfaith Works.


New Music Friday: Our Top 8 Albums Out On Oct. 25

The fourth-quarter deluge continues this week with a slew of new releases, including the crooning, quirky soul of Rex Orange County, R&B singer Gallant, queer pop icon King Princess and more, plus the first new album in seven years from Neil Young & Crazy Horse. NPR Music’s Lyndsey McKenna and Stephen Thompson join host Robin Hilton as they share their picks for the best new albums out on Oct. 25.

Featured Albums:
Mikal Cronin — Seeker
Featured Song: “I’ve Got Reason”

Brooklyn Vegan

Bill's Indie Basement 10/25: the week in classic indie, college rock, and more

This week: orchestral synthpop fireworks from Anna Meredith; synthpop synthpop from Black Marble; High Llamas main man Sean O’Hagan goes solo and brings an old Microdisney bandmate along; Mikal Cronin undergoes trial by fire on his first solo album in four years; and San Francisco’s The Gonks do twee punk right.

For more reviews on new album, check out Andrew’s Notable Releases, and other records out today I liked (but didn’t review) include: Young Guv’s GUV II, Guided by Voices’ Sweating the Plague, and UK band Dry Cleaning’s second EP of 2019. And if you need more Basement-approved stuff there’s: Wire are back with a new album; The Orielles announced their second album; and Taos duo Tan Cologne are better than their name.


Today, Mikal Cronin returns with the new record Seeker, an exciting document of change and reinvention. It notably breaks the California artist’s streak of self-titled albums, the last of which was 2015’s MCIII, and was also written when Cronin was at a fork in the road, personally and professionally. Staring down failed relationships, the working grind of being a musician and nagging writer’s block, he “needed to clean up, to stop leaning on external crutches to get through the anxiety,” Cronin says of that time. “I needed to grow the fuck up.”

Flood Magazine

Mikal Cronin Goes Into the Fire on “Seeker”

Although humans cause almost 90 percent of forest fires, when left to its own devices, nature will likewise purge overgrowth in a purifying blaze. Following the destruction is a period of rebirth, and it was with this Phoenix-like revival in mind that baroque garage-rocker Mikal Cronin descended south to demo his first album in four years. What he didn’t anticipate was that he’d actually confront the heat.

LA Times

Why you need to hear the album that took Gaby Moreno and Van Dyke Parks ten years to make

Mikal Cronin, “Seeker” (Merge Records). The new guitar-rock album from the native Southern Californian was born in solitude after a series of busted-up relationships and a creeping sense that, in his words, “I needed to clean up, to stop leaning on external crutches to get through the anxiety. I needed to grow the ... up.”

Inside Hook

How Mikal Cronin Rose From the Ashes to Create His Best Album to Date

For a time in the late-aughts and the first half of this decade, the Bay Area was home to one of the best, most vibrant rock scenes in the country — producing garage heroes like Ty Segall, Thee Oh Sees (known now simply as Oh Sees), Hunx and His Punx, Girls, Shannon and the Clams and Mikal Cronin.

And then it wasn’t.

No Depression

Solitude the Source for Mikal Cronin’s ‘Seeker’

It’s a familiar story: A writer hits a wall and needs to seek out isolation to reconnect with their work. That cliché that path has become wasn’t lost on Mikal Cronin, even as he took it himself to begin the process of creating his first new record since 2015’s MCIII. After a steady streak of putting out a new album every other year since 2011, Cronin took his case of writer’s block and touring exhaustion out to a literal cabin the woods. What he found there were the songs that make up the appropriately titled Seeker, a heady collection of rock and roll and devastating solitude.

Consequence of Sound

Mikal Cronin Nails Gritty yet Symphonic Confessionals on Seeker

The Lowdown: Mikal Cronin has done wonderful work with artists like Charlie and the Moonhearts, Ty Segall, and Thee Oh Sees; yet, it’s often his solo material that shines brightest. His first three self-titled outings, released in 2011, 2013, and 2015, respectively, were endearing hodgepodges of indie, garage, psychedelic rock, and power pop that continually cemented him as one of today’s most characteristic singer-songwriters.


Desert Daze 2019: Washed Ashore A Rainbow Beach

Richard Rose brought the no-bs attitude to form with their cool as ever stage persona and riffing, while Alvvays and White Fence provided the melodies to sing along with, and The Black Angels never failed to deliver a riveting performance.