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Mac DeMarco, Speedy Ortiz and Juan Wauters announced at 4 Knots Festival in New York in July

http://i81.photobucket.com/albums/j206/PanacheLady/4knots0604_zps3a0a7888.jpeg Panache is very excited to announce the addition of Mac DeMarco to the 4 Knots Festival lineup. He will be joining Panache artists Speedy Ortiz and Juan Wauters on July 12th down at the South Street Seaport in New York. Definitely one of our favorite Ny summer past times. Kick back and join us as we rock the summer away, rain or shine! More info here.

Panache announces Northside Festival Showcase @ Baby's All Right

http://i81.photobucket.com/albums/j206/PanacheLady/PanacheBlog_zpsfd1863b4.jpg Panache is excited to announce our Northside Festival showcase on Thursday June 12 at Baby’s All Right. The lineup features Hunters, Australia’s King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard, Walter TV, Homeshake, Juan Wauters, Big Ups and a very special dj set from Mr. Jonathan Toubin who will be closing the evening with a soul set.  Thee Oh Sees will also be in town playing a daytime show at McCarren Park that weekend. We will be announcing more details soon. Looking forward to seeing you all there!!!!! You can RSVP here.

Mac DeMarco, Ty Segall & Jacco Gardner announced on FYF Fest's lineup

http://i81.photobucket.com/albums/j206/PanacheLady/FYF2014_INSTAGRAM_zps64db7123.jpgPanache is thrilled to announce that one of our favorite festival’s FYF Fest has announced their lineup. Panache artists Ty Segall and Mac DeMarco will be returning for another consecutive year, and Netherland’s Jacco Gardner will be making his debut performance at the festival which takes place this year at its new home, LA Sports Arena & Exposition Park. Full lineup and details here. Hope to see you out there in the sun!

Pitchfork premieres Pepperoni Playboy, a Mac DeMarco "macumentary" directed by Jon Leone

http://i81.photobucket.com/albums/j206/PanacheLady/MacThumb_zps2bfa10dc.jpgCheck out the Mac DeMarco documentary which premiered on Pitchfork this past week. Directed by Jon Leone, Pepperoni Playboy, a 34-minute “macumentary” shot in part by DeMarco and bandmate Pierce McGarry, follows Mac as he hams it up on tour in China & Australia, shows off his Jizz Jazz Studios in Brooklyn and masters his current record Salad Days at Bonati Mastering.  The film captures an amazing snapshot and moment in time in his quickly growing career, while also showcasing the hilarious and charming personalities that make up Mac and his bandmates. Check out the film here.

Panache Booking welcomes new agent Meredith Fraser

Panache is excited to announce the addition of Meredith Fraser to our agent roster. Meredith will be working from our office in New Orleans, LA. We’re thrilled to welcome her to the Panache team. She has been working in the music industry since her late teens while also developing a career in the Hollywood film industry. Her enthusiasm for music and the artists we represent is exactly the type of attitude we strive to have at our agency. Meredith also runs a small New Orleans based record label called Pizza Burglar Records. She’ll be joining the music industry full time representing artists like Marnie Stern, La Luz, Destruction Unit, Ex-Cult, Ice Balloons, Babes, Odonis Odonis & more.

Today’s Shows / Jul 11, 2014

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Calvin Love

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Meatbodies

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Tiny Ruins

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Artist Updates

Brooklyn Magazine

Juan Wauters featured in Brooklyn Magazine's 5 Overlooked NYC Albums in the Mid-Year Sweep

The stitched-together lyrics compresses the charm of N.A.P. North American Poetry into 40 seconds: overly simplistic reflection foiled with a shot of harsher reality, both halves shrugged off in cracked English.

Stereogum features Mac DeMarco's interview with Nardwuar

Nardwuar The Human Serviette posted an interview with Mac DeMarco, and like most of Nardwuar’s interviews, it revealed a wealth of strange and wonderful stories. The two talk in depth about DeMarco’s early days playing DIY shows….

Brooklyn Vegan

Brooklyn Vegan announces Destruction Unit's NYC shows

Destruction Unit are in town for their label Ascetic House’s long Independence Day Weekend in NYC which so far has included two NYC shows. First they played The Studio at Webster Hall on Thursday night (7/3) and then a daytime show…

Mess + Noise

Mess + Noise posts Tiny Ruins' European Photo Diary

Auckland’s HOLLIE FULLBROOK, a.k.a. Tiny Ruins, did a European tour in April/May, supporting Neil Finn for a long run of dates and headlining on other dates. She shares some of her memories below.

Sound Blab

Sound Blab reviews White Fence's For the Recently Found Innocent

The prolific Tim Presley, with band/moniker White Fence, returns with For the Recently Found Innocent. He’s joined by that irrepressible wunderkind Ty Segall, who provides the garage studio space, production house…

SF Gate

SF Gate profiles Mac DeMarco

It’s a little odd that “Salad Days,” a new album of nostalgic California beach anthems, would come from a Canadian born in the ‘90s. But its creator, the boyish, gap-toothed indie rocker Mac DeMarco, just shrugs it off.

East Bay Express

East Bay Express mentions Thee Oh Sees' inclusion to Burger Boogaloo

San Francisco psych rockers Thee Oh Sees are also playing for the first time since 2013, but the cherry on the weekend is without a doubt Sixties legend Ronnie Spector, who headlines the festival on Sunday.

2ser

Tiny Ruins performs a live session for 2ser's Sideways Through Sound

Hollie Fullbrook (Tiny Ruins) in session for Sideways Through Sound. Two tunes and a chat in the 2SER Studios with Thee Sonic Assassin.

Exclaim

Exclaim! features Maria Minerva's "Classic Bad Boy"

Having just released her new Histrionic LP, the always busy Estonia-born, Los Angeles-based Maria Minerva is back with a new track. “A Classic Bad Boy” utilizes the mugshot of Jeremy Meeks for its album art…

LA Times

LA Times writes a piece on Black Bananas

The kind like Black Bananas’ new “Electric Brick Wall,” which in mixed company will likely draw baffled guffaws from conservative listeners while gleefully striking the ears of those bored with the retro-fueled stasis that’s overtaken rock.

CMJ

CMJ reviews King Gizzard @ The Lizard Wizard's show at Baby's All Right

If you haven’t already caught on to the King Gizzard phenomenon, you should know that the hyper-prolific Aussie garage-psych band is made up of seven rad, multi-talented dudes including a thereminist, harmonica player, bassist…

Times Colonist

Times Colonist writes an article about Mac DeMarco

Fun is a word DeMarco uses often. This year, the Brooklyn resident uploaded a grainy video of an unnamed naked man dancing with a guitar concealing his privates, with a message from DeMarco claiming it to be an advertisement…

Cheese on Toast

Cheese on Toasts posts photos of Tiny Ruins' show at Crystal Palace

TINY RUINS performed to a sold out Crystal Palace on Saturday night with live support from Aldous Harding and Carnivorous Plant Society. Cheese On Toast went old-school and welcomed back one of our original photographers…

The Province

The Province features Mac DeMarco

Mac DeMarco has a reputation for being rude, crude; even obnoxious. So his fart-noise response to Salad Days making the Polaris Long List isn’t a surprise.

The 13th Floor

The 13th Floor reviews Tiny Ruins' show at Crystal Palace

Tiny Ruins is Hollie Fullbrook, plus The Carnivorous Plant society, and Siobhanne Thompson on the vibraphone and violin and recording engineer Tom Healy on guitar. The set began with the first four songs, in order, from Brightly Painted One…

Gig City

Gig City features Mac DeMarco

This is the enigma wrapped in the riddle wreathed in the cloud of mystique that is Mac DeMarco – one of the most promising indie rock darlings of the moment, if you believe the hype.

Blaire Magazine

Blaire Magazine reviews Dune Rats' live show

The Brisbane bong-loving punk-rock trio, Dune Rats are nearing the end of a massive global tour to promote their self-titled debut album which was release at the start of the month.

Merge Records

Merge Records premieres Reigning Sound's "My My"

The July 15 release of Reigning Sound’s Shattered is just around the corner, and the band has shared their latest track, “My My”. Greg Cartwright said it best: “If this song was wrapped in a package and had a card attached, the card would read: ‘Do not open until summer.’”

The Fader

Fader features a video Tonstartssbandht's show at Warsaw University

...psych-rock duo Tonstartssbandht released their new live double-LP, Overseas, which pieces together recordings from their time spent hobbling across Europe. This new live video for “Preston ‘Great Ass’ I’m Fat” opens with brothers…

Chicago Reader

Chicago Reader features The Blind Shake's show at Milwaukee Avenue Arts Festival

This year’s Milwaukee Avenue Arts Festival, has an awesome live-music lineup, and one of the highlights is Sunday night’s South Stage headliner, the Blind Shake.

Galore Magazine

Galore interviews Mac DeMarco

We went over to Mac Demarco‘s apartment in Brooklyn to chat to him about his music and music generally. We were welcomed into an apartment that has such a wealth of random -but absolutely essential items.

Rolling Stone Brasil

Rolling Stone features Garotas Suecas

Não se pode dizer que a saída do vocalista principal do Garotas Suecas tenha sido esperada, mas a banda paulistana segue de queixo erguido, caminhando sempre em frente.

CMJ

Mac DeMarco's Salad Days featured on CMJ's The 15 Best Albums Of 2014 (So Far)

It’s appropriate that one of the most recognized signifiers of Mac DeMarco is his gap-toothed grin, because the overall vibe of Salad Days is that of the smiley goofball, drunk on the sun and maybe a couple Genesee Cream Ales.

Wall Street Journal

Wall Street Journal features Reigning Sound

Greg Cartwright dresses for the stage as he might for an everyday errand. At a recent show in New York with his band Reigning Sound, his sunglasses were tucked into the chest pocket of his denim jacket…

Mojo

Mac DeMarco's Salad Days featured on Mojo's The 20 Best Albums Of 2014 (Q2)

With its treble-clean, almost jit-like guitar curlicues and shruggy vox, there are hints of the UK’s indie heyday, while the songs’ wonky worldview and junkie haze keep you guessing.”

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