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Congrats to Jonathan Toubin Village Voice's Readers Choice BEST DJ IN NEW YORK to New York Night Train’s DJ Jonathan Toubin who was named BEST DJ IN NY by the VILLAGE VOICE. “With most DJs doing their best Steve Aoki impressions in the club, DJ Jonathan Toubin’s “New York Night Train” has felt more refreshing than ever. At his Home Sweet Home residency (beginning at 10:30 p.m. every Friday), Toubin and a slew of special guests spin 45s of the best and most obscure soul and early rock ‘n’ roll. You can do the mashed potato or you can do the twist in this underground cave of a club, where you’ll be surrounded by taxidermy and some serious fans of old-school tunes, or you can catch him at Brooklyn Bowl one Saturday out of every month. Who doesn’t want Sam Cooke to soundtrack their night out?” - VILLAGE VOICE

Panache welcomes new agents Josh Iden & Sam Kogon

Panache Booking is thrilled to welcome Josh Iden and Sam Kogon as agents to the Panache Team.

Josh Iden is a lifelong Beatles fan and avid vinyl enthusiast, Josh brings a unique combination of aesthetic and expertise to his role as Agent for Panache. His passion and enthusiasm for seeking out and nurturing exciting new talent, along with his current roster of brilliant young artists, are the perfect fit for the Panache family. His roster includes Heaters, Honey, EZTV, The Mystery Lights, Woodsman.

Sam Kogon has been working in music since his college days. Although he studied environmental law at SUNY ESF, he sought refuge playing in bands and hosting a radio show on neighboring campus, Syracuse University. Soon into his college radio career, Kogon found himself conducting interviews with artists of the likes of Yoko Ono, Julian Lennon, Marky Ramone, Arlo Guthrie, Dave Davies of The Kinks, Andrew Loog Oldham (Rolling Stones Manager/Producer), Al Jardine of The Beach Boys, and Davy Jones of The Monkees.  After an interview with The Zombies own Colin Blunstone, Sam was taken on by Talent Consultants International as their youngest agent. At the age of 22, Sam was representing industry legends such as The Zombies, Ronnie Spector, The Yardbirds, and Badfinger. As great as it was working with his idols, Sam made the decision to leave TCI and pursue working with newer groups in the earlier stages of their careers. He’s delighted to call Panache his new home! His roster includes Arp, The Blow, Chris Cohen, Haley Bonar, Javelin, Slim Twig, Tonstartssbandht, U.S. Girls, Ultimate Painting, VietNam, and Walter TV.

Panache Announces Two Official CMJ Showcases & Hangover Brunch is thrilled to announce that we will be hosting two official CMJ Showcases this year. We’ll be bringing in acts from all over the world including White Fence, King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard, Purling Hiss, Meatbodies, Dune Rats, Happyness, Ultimate Painting, Calvin Love & more. This year’s CMJ will mark the debut of our Panache Hangover Brunch & Daytime Party which will feature special acoustic and lo-fi sets from some of our roster. Panache’s Official Showcases will take place Wed Oct 22nd @ Knitting Factory and Friday Oct 24th @ Baby’s All Right. For Wed more info here. For Friday more info here. RSVP to our Hangover Brunch here, it’s free! We’ll be announcing more events soon! Both of our official showcases will also feature our infamous photo booth and some new panache merch!

Ty Segall returns to NY with two nights at Webster Hall & performs new song on Conan

Panache is very excited to announce that Ty Segall will be returning to NYC and performing two shows at Webster Hall on Sept 17th and 18th.  Wand and La Luz will be support. This much anticipated return will be supporting the release of Ty’s new album Manipulator which will be out on Drag City on August 26th. Watch Ty’s late night performance on Conan where he debuts a new song “Feel” here. Purchase tickets to the Webster Hall shows on Sept 17th here and Sept 18th here.

Today’s Shows / Oct 21, 2014

White Fence

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Underground Arts But Tickets

King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Underground Arts But Tickets

Ty Segall

Paris, France
La Cigale

Shonen Knife

Asbury Park, New Jersey
The Saint But Tickets

Tiny Ruins

Asheville, North Carolina
Grey Eagle But Tickets


Kingston, New York

Purling Hiss

Kingston, New York


Cleveland, Ohio
Now That's Class

Guy Blakeslee

Brooklyn, New York
Union Pool But Tickets

Walter TV

Sacramento, California
Witch Room

Ultimate Painting

Annondale-on-Hudson, New York,
The Root Cellar - Bard College


Brooklyn, New York
Baby's All Right


New York, New York
Rockwood Music Hall


Brooklyn, New York
Baby's All Right

The Mystery Lights

Brooklyn, New York
Baby's All Right


Brooklyn, New York
Baby's All Right

Calvin Love

Brooklyn, New York
Baby's All Right


New York, New York,
The Fueled Collective

Dune Rats

Brooklyn, New York
Glasslands Gallery But Tickets

Artist Updates


Chicagoist reviews Meatbodies' Empty Bottle show

L.A.‘s Meatbodies shredded through hot guitar licks and bouncy riffs, as they put their focus on the more up-tempo tunes from their recently released self-titled debut album. Meatbodies put on a ferocious set, and proved they are an act.

Music Times

Music Times talks to Naoko Yamono about Shonen Knife's new record

Shonen Knife represents the mechanics of the punk credo—trim the fat, leave the lean meat—as much as its forbearers, The Ramones.

SSG Music

SSG Announces Walter TV's High Water Mark show

Lo-fi weirdos Walter TV play at the High Water Mark with TONSTARTSSBANDHT, Old Light and Dogheart. Tonight is to support their recently re-released “cult breakthrough” album Appetite, fully remastered and featuring new tracks.

The Styrofoam Drone

Heaters' Solstice out today on dizzybird

Heaters’ Solstice is officially released today on dizzybird records

Under The Radar

Under The Radar announces Julianna Barwick's Le Guess Who? Festival set

Le Guess Who? has announced the final additions to their festival lineup. The fest goes down November 20-23 in Utrecht, Netherlands.

My Central Jersey

Central Jersey interviews Shonen Knife

The Japanese, all-female trio has been bringing its sunny, idiosyncratic brand of crowd-pleasing punk from its hometown of Osaka to audiences around the world since 1981, and released its 20th album, “Overdrive,” this spring.

The Music

The Music announces Tonstartssbandht's tour

Floridian psychedelic siblings Andy and Edwin White — aka Tonstartssbandht — have announced that they will be making their maiden voyage Down Under at the end of the year for a five-date national run of shows in December and January.

Drowned in Sound

Drowned In Sound reviews Meatbodies' new record

There’s a lot to love about the debut, self-titled album from Meatbodies. It is the kind of unrestrained, unambiguous flat-out psych rock that so many albums of this genre fail to deliver on.

Culture Collide

Culture Collide previews exclusive new track from upcoming Heaters EP

Song Premiere: “Lowlife,” by Heaters

303 Magazine

303 Magazine features Shonen Knife's 'Bad Luck Song'

They’ve opened for Nirvana, jammed with Sonic Youth, and have appeared on CNN News. Their videos have been featured on Beavis and Butthead, their music has appeared on the Powerpuff Girls soundtrack, and they have even recorded an entire Ramones tribute album.

Columbus Alive

Columbus Alive announces OBN III's Ace of Cups show

OBN IIIs is a rock ’n’ roll band from Austin. This June, the group released Third Time to Harm. It’s a brutal, rollicking piece of work, once again channeling an old-school rowdiness that is so damn hard to come by in rock music today.


Chicagoist announces Meatbodies' Empty Bottle show

Hot off the heels of their self-titled full-length debut, Meatbodies will be bringing their brand of fuzzed-out, garage psychedelia to the Empty Bottle Friday night.

The Bay Bridged

The Bay Bridged announces Meatbodies' San Francisco show

In a way, this record signifies something noteworthy for the San Francisco rock scene – it’s the next big record with the established SF garage rock sound, and is coming out of an LA band, on an LA label

The Bay Bridged

The Bay Bridged announces Walter TV's Brick & Mortar show

Since they dropped Appetite in 2012, Walter TV has been switching up their time between working with DeMarco and on their own stuff, but are finally hitting the road since re-releasing the album on vinyl and CD on Sinderlyn Records.

Tone Deaf

Tone Deaf features Ty Segall's 'The Singer' video

He’s been praised as the most prolific and hardest working man in music, and when it comes to Ty Segall, it’s emphatically warranted. ‘The Singer’ is a standout on the record that now has a rad video to accompany it.

The Fader

The Fader announces the release of Twerps' LP Range Anxiety

Early next year, Melbourne-based janglers Twerps will release Range Anxiety, the band’s second-ever full-length and first since signing to Merge.

Impose Magazine

Impose Magazine premiers Woodsman's disposable tour captures

Trevor, Mark, and Dylan of Woodsman capture nature, rainbows and more while on tour.


Pitchfork praises Meatbodies' self-titled record

Ubovich’s always been a destroyer, and on Meatbodies, he also proves to be an ace rock’n'roll strategist. It’s a loud, exciting, kinetic, and brazen introduction. Like Daniel Bryan before him, Ubovich rises to the occasion.

Rolling Stone

Rolling Stone features Ty Segall on 'Young Guns'

In less than a decade Ty Segall has already amassed a catalog so extensive that it would shame most artists who have been around twice as long. Manipulator, Segall’s latest excursion, is his most accomplished yet, a fuzz-driven romp through 17 conceptually-linked tracks that variously recall everything from the Stooges and the Seeds to T. Rex and Tommy James and the Shondells, all filtered through a 21st century lo-fi sensibility.

Denver Westword

Westword interviews Naoko Yamono of Shonen Knife

In the late 1980s, it was nearly unheard of for Japanese underground rock bands to play in the United States. But Shonen Knife, appearing at the Oriental Theater this Thursday, October 16, played a show in Los Angeles in 1989.

Brooklyn Vegan

Heaters releases 'Solstice' EP (streams) and tour dates with The Mystery Lights

Michigan trio Heaters releasing ‘Solstice’ EP (streams), playing shows, including December dates with The Mystery Lights

Miami New Times

Miami New Times covers Mac DeMarco's III Points Festival Show

For the second year in a row, III Points has shown it definitely has a way of obliterating your sleep schedule. But it’s all worth the lack of rest, if a life-affirming fix of four-to-the-floor beats is what you’ve been needing.


Pitchfork interviews Mac DeMarco at the Vodofone Paredes de Coura festival

Mac DeMarco discussed his recording process, how personal he gets in his writing, and internet fame in a new interview for and Canal 180’s “Entrevista” series.

Red Eye Chicago

Red Eye Chicago loves King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard for at least ten reasons

With KG & the LW set to visit Subterranean on Saturday, Oct. 18, here’s a list of reasons you might want to consider these Aussies your new favorite band.

Brooklyn Vegan

Brooklyn Vegan reviews Foxygen's show with Juan Wauters

Before Foxygen at the Webster show was Juan Waters who brought out Mac DeMarco on drums (and Tall Juan on guitar).

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