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Mac DeMarco and King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard announced on Bonnaroo 2015 Lineup

Panache is excited to announce that Canada’s Mac DeMarco and Australia’s King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard will be performing at this year’s Bonnaroo in Manchester, TN. The festival takes place on Thurs June 11- Sunday June 14, 2015.  Full lineup can be found here. Tickets will be available here.

Mac DeMarco announced on 2015 Coachella Lineup

Panache is excited to announce that Mac DeMarco will be playing at Coachella 2015 alongside acts like Tame Impala, Jack White, Charles Bradley, Drake, Angel Olsen, and AC/DC. Full lineup here. Tickets on sale here.

Panache's Best of 2014 Year End Lists

Happy New Year from Panache! Our staff compiled our Best of 2014 Year End Lists and have shared those with you below. We’re excited for 2015 and all the great adventures to come!

Michelle Cable:
Top 10 LP’s of 2014 (Artist/Album/Label)
Mac DeMarco, Salad Days (Captured Tracks)
Ty Segall, Manipulator (Drag City)
King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, I’m In Your Mind Fuzz (Flightless/Castle Face/Heavenly)
King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, Oddments (Flightless)
Ultimate Painting,  S/T (Trouble In Mind)
Reigning Sound, Shattered (Merge)
Happyness, Weird Little Birthday (Weird Smiling)
Amen Dunes, Love (Sacred Bones)
Tiny Ruins, Brightly Painted One (Bella Union/Flying Nun)
Juan Wauters, N.A.P. (Captured Tracks)

Top 10 Songs of 2014 (Artist/Song)
Ty Segall – Tall Man, Skinny Lady
Mac DeMarco – Let My Baby Stay
King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard – Sleepwalker
Woods – Moving To The Left
Kevin Morby – Parade
Reigning Sound – Starting New
White Fence – Like That
Richard In Your Mind – Hammered
Tiny Ruins – Straw Gold
Mikal Cronin – Soul In Motion

Annie Southworth:
Top 10 LP’s of 2014 (Artist/Album/Label)
The Blind Shake, Breakfast of Failures (Goner)
Yung, S/T
Total Control, Typical System (Iron Lung)
Perfect Pussy, Say Yes To Love (Captured Tracks)
Thee Oh Sees, Drop (Castle Face)
D’Angelo, Black Messiah (RCA)
Run The Jewels, Run The Jewels 2 (Mass Appeal)
Swans, To Be Kind (Mute/Young God)
Chad Van Gaalen, Shrink Dust( (Sub Pop)

Meredith Fraser:
Top 10 LP’s of 2014 (Artist/Album/Label)
Total Control, Typical System (Iron Lung)
Ex-Cult, Midnight Passenger (Goner)
Quintron, Spellcaster II: Death In Space (Pizza Burglar)
Juan Wauters, N.A.P. North American Poetry (Captured Tracks)
Black Bananas, Electric Brick Wall (Drag City)
Hank Wood & The Hammerheads, Stay Home (Toxic State)
Total Abuse, Looking for Love 7” (Deranged)
Protomartyr,  Under Color Of Official Right (Sub Pop)
Music Blues, Things Haven’t Gone Well (Thrill Jockey)
Lumpy & The Dumpers, Gnats In The Pissa 7” (Total Punk)

Top 10 Songs of 2014 (Artist/Song)
Ex-Cult – Midnight Passenger
Quintron & Miss Pussycat – Do The Raid
Total Control – Expensive Dog
Black Bananas – Powder 8 Eeeeeeeeight
OBN III’s – No Time For The Blues (Live In San Francisco)
Wand – Fire On The Mountain (I-II-III)
Austmuteants – Boiling Point
Jaun Wauters – Lost In Soup
Merchandise – No You And Me
Lumpy & The Dumpers – Gnats In The Pissa

Sam Kogon:
Top 10 LP’s of 2014 (Artist/Album/Label)
Ultimate Painting, S/T (Trouble In Mind)
Ariel Pink, Pom Pom (4AD)
Morgan Delt, S/T (Trouble In Mind)
Beck, Morning Phase (Capitol)
Tonstartssbandht, Overseas (Arbutus)
Celestial Shore,  Enter Ghost (Hometapes)
Ty Segall, Manipulator (Drag City)
Mac DeMarco, Salad Days (Captured Tracks)
Each Other, Being Plastic (Lefse)
Mitski, Bury Me At Makeout Creek (DDW)

Top 10 Songs of 2014 (Artist/Song)
Glen Campbell – I’m Not Gonna Miss You
Ultimate Painting – Winter In Your Heart
David Bowie – Tis A Pity She Was A Whore
Paul McCartney – Early Days
Ariel Pink – Put Your Number In My Phone
Beck – Blackbird Chain
Celestial Shore – Creation Myth
Mac DeMarco – Passing Out Pieces
Porches – Leather
Shamir – On The Regular

Josh Iden:
Top 10 LP’s of 2014 (Artist/Album/Label)
Ty Segall, Manipulator (Drag City)
White Fence, For The Recently Found Innocent (Drag City)
Richard In Your Mind, Ponderosa (Rice Is Nice)
Doug Tuttle, S/T (Trouble In Mind)
The Paperhead, Africa Avenue (Trouble In Mind)
Dusty Mush, S/T (Howlin’ Banana)
Volage, Heart Healing (Howlin’ Banana)
Sick Hyenas, S/T (Dumpster Tapes/Moody Monkey)
Germ House, Showing Symptoms (Trouble In Mind)
Angel Olsen, Burn Your Fire For No Witness (Jagjaguwar)

Top 10 Songs of 2014 (Artist/Song)
Ty Segall – The Singer
White Fence – Like That
Ultimate Painting – Ultimate Painting
Tweens – Don’t Wait Up
King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard – Slow Jam 1
Wand – Flying Golem
Dusty Mush – Cowboy Express
Wax Witches – Ultra Outcast
The Mantles – Memory
Morgan Delt – Make My Grey Brain Green

Karen Alonzo:
Top 10 LP’s of 2014 (Artist/Album/Label)
Juan Wauters, N.A.P. North American Poetry (Captured Tracks)
Ultimate Painting, S/T (Trouble In Mind)
Ty Segall, Manipulator (Drag City)
Wand, Ganglion Reef (Drag City/God?)
Mac DeMarco, Salad Days (Captured Tracks)
White Fence, For The Recently Found Innocent (Drag City)
Angel Olsen, Burn Your Fire For No Witness (Jagjaguwar)
King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, I’m In Your Mind Fuzz (Flightless/Castle Face/Heavenly)
Morgan Delt, S/T (Trouble In Mind)
Ariel Pink, Pom Pom (4AD)

Top 10 Songs of 2014 (Artist/Song)
Ultimate Painting – Winter In Your Heart
Celestial Shore – Gloria
Kevin Morby – The Ballad Of Arlo Jones
Happyness – You Come To Kill Me?
EZTV – Trampoline
Ice Cream – Plastic
Jack Name – Pure Terror
Shintaro Sakamoto – Extremely Bad Man
Ex-Cult – Ties You Up
Speedy Ortiz – Shine Theory

Sarah Hopkins:
Top 10 LP’s of 2014 (Artist/Album/Label)
Ultimate Painting, S/T (Trouble In Mind)
Guy Blakeslee, Ophelia Slowly (Everloving)
Beck, Morning Phase (Capitol)
Wand, Ganglion Reef (Drag City)
Reigning Sound, Shattered (Merge)
Tonstartssbandht, Overseas (Arbutus)
Juan Wauters, N.A.P. North American Poetry (Captured Tracks)
King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, I’m In Your Mind Fuzz (Flightless/Castle Face/Heavenly)
Caribou,  Our Love (City Slang)
Shabazz Palaces, Lese Majesty (Sub Pop)

Top 10 Songs of 2014 (Artist/Song)
Ty Segall – Tall Man, Skinny Lady
Perfume Genius – Queen
Mac DeMarco – Passing Out Pieces
SBTRKT – New Dorp, New York
Lykke Li – No Rest For The Wicked
FKA Twigs – Two Weeks
EZTV - Trampoline
Angel Olsen – Hi-Five
D’Angelo – Sugah Daddy
Ex Hex – Don’t Wanna Lose

Austin Psych Fest's Levitation Line Up announced

Panache Booking is thrilled to announce that Mac DeMarco, Thee Oh Sees, Fuzz, White Fence, Krakatau & Heaters will all be playing at one of our favorite festivals Austin Psych Fest. APF announced their line up today along with their new name Levitation. Weekend passes available here. See you there!

Get Spooky with Panache in NY this weekend at our Two Parties featuring King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard, Purling Hiss, Del Zeppelin & more! Panache is excited to announce two Halloween Parties this upcoming week in NY! Hosting six events during CMJ just wasn’t enough, so we felt like we owed both you and ourselves another opportunity to rage. Panache artists like Purling Hiss, King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard, Meatbodies, Tonstartssbandht will all be celebrating the festivities in spooky fashion. Delicate Steve will be doing a special Led Zeppelin covers set as Del Zeppelin and I’ve heard one of our artists might even be making an appearance as Cher. Don’t miss either one of these!! Thurs Oct 30th is FREE, and you can RSVP here. For Halloween night on Friday Oct 31, we’re only releasing a limited amount of tickets, so get yours quick, it will sell out! Tickets available here! Our favorite Ny DJ Jonathan Toubin has concocted his annual fabulous Halloween Haunted Hop mix, check it out as you get ghoulish this week! You can listen to it here.

Today’s Shows / Jan 31, 2015

Mac DeMarco

Brisbane, Australia
Brisbane Showgrounds, Bowen Hills But Tickets

The Entrance Band

Santa Ana, California
The Observatory But Tickets

Jonathan Toubin

Brooklyn, New York,
Black Bear Bar

Artist Updates

Impose Magazine

Impose Magazine Shoots The Mystery Lights @ Knitting Factory 1/24/15

On Saturday, January 24, Knitting Factory in Brooklyn, NY hosted performances by The Mystery Lights, Ryan Sambol (of The Strange Boys), EZTV, Worthless and The Yin Yangs.

Far Out Magazine

Far Out Magazine reviews Ultimate Painting's show with White Fence at Kraak Gallery in Manchester

Hoare and Cooper of Ultimate Painting work as a perfect combination, bearing down on the audience from either side of the stage. Both are hugely talented guitarists at the top of their game, sprinkling some deft songwriting work with a selection of solos that tear the roof off.

Shonen Knife picks five favorite songs for UnderTheRadar's "Here's Five"

Shonen Knife landed in Auckland this week so UnderTheRadar took the opportunity to ask founding member Naoko Yamano to tell us five of her favourite tracks from the era of hallmarked by big hair, huge riffs and dudes donning eyeliner.

The Skinny

The Skinny reviews Tiny Ruins' show at Glasgow Royal Concert Hall

Tiny Ruins’ back-toned country-soul style effortlessly woos the audience with slow bass simmering under ethereal vocals and subtle percussion.


Stereogum shares Ultimate Painting's new video for "Riverside"

UK duo Ultimate Painting have shared a video for “Riverside,” a wobbly, daydream-like track off of last year’s self-titled debut.

Paste Magazine

Paste Magazine reviews Twerps' Range Anxiety

Twerps’ songs are made of simple hooks with intricate guitar lines and picking on top of jangling chords. Vocals are split between Jules McFarlane and Marty Frawley, often hushed or buried in the mix, and always unassuming.


Vulture names Mikal Cronin's "Made My Mind Up" one of the best new songs of the week

Did you hear MCII, the 2013 album from Mikal Cronin? Well, it ruled. And if this new song, “Made Up My Mind,” and the commendably straightforward album title,MCIII, are any indication, his next one will rule too.

The Bay Bridged

Twerps to release new album Range Anxiety, announce Bottom of the Hill show in March

Twerps will finally release their second full-length album Range Anxiety January 27 via Merge Records and will hit San Francisco’s Bottom of the Hill this March 30 in support of White Fence.


Mikal Cronin Announces New Album MCIII, Shares "Made My Mind Up"

His debut 2011 album was called Mikal Cronin. His excellent follow-up: MCII. He’s back, and naturally, the new one’s called MCIII. It’s out on May 5 via Merge, and it features the track, “Made My Mind Up”.


NPR features Meatbodies' KEXP performance in their favorite sessions

In the garage-rock band Meatbodies, the Californian lifts riff-heavy songs from sludgy depths into a woozy, psychedelic headspace. “Meatbodies,” from the group’s self-titled debut, is driven by intertwining guitar lines, thick basslines and pummeling beats.

Under The Radar

Under The Radar features Martin Frawley of Twerps in their 2014 Artist Survey

For Under the Radar’s 12th annual Artist Survey we emailed Martin Frawley of Twerps a few questions relating to 2014, as well as some quirkier personal questions.


Exclaim! reviews Twerps' Range Anxiety

When Twerps describe themselves as a collaborative band, they really mean it, as all four members contribute to songwriting and vocal duties. On Range Anxiety, they once again team up with producer Jack Farley and the result is a great continuation of their self-titled debut album and recent Underlay EP.

ABC Radio

ABC Radio's Live And Local features Tiny Ruins

Each week, “Live and Local” with Fiona Wyllie brings you live performances and interviews with musicians recorded by ABC Local Radio presenters around Australia. This week features Holly Fullbrook AKA Tiny Ruins.

Music Feeds

Music Feeds features Twerps in an interview

Since forming in 2008, Twerps’s sweetly shambolic indie-pop has resonated with fans around the country and around the world, as well as catching the ear of Merge Records, who signed the band last year.

Purple Sneakers

Purple Sneakers interview Dune Rats

From what started as two dudes making tunes, to packing them into a suitcase and playing them around the world (bearing witness to their band name branded into the skin of many a fan along the way), Brissy [now] three piece, DUNE RATS, have definitely proven that anything is attainable if you really, really want it.

Sydney Morning Herald

Sydney Morning Herald previews Shonen Knife's upcoming Australian shows

Shonen Knife returnto Australia as guests of the Sydney Festival and Hobart’s Mona Foma. The Japanese pop/punk trio formed in Osaka in 1981 and came to international attention during the early 1990s after being championed by Sonic Youth, Nirvana and Redd Kross.

Under The Radar

Under the Radar interviews Jonny Allan of Happyness

Jonny Allan on Plans for 2015, U2’s Free Album, First Celebrity Crush, Mark Kozelek, and the Question He’s Tired of Answering.

Pop Matters

Pop Matters interviews Ultimate Painting

If recording the album in that D.I.Y. manner was deliberate, so was the music’s minimalist, straightforward approach. Both musicians performed all of the instrumentation on Ultimate Painting and divided the songwriting duties 50-50.

Under The Radar

Under the Radar interviews Haley Bonar

Haley Bonar on her first concert, which Golden Girls character she’s most like, Mark Kozelek, U2, and traveling to Mars

Now Toronto

Now Toronto profiles Slim Twig

Canada’s loss is often America’s gain. Take Slim Twig, for example. In 2010, he made the album A Hound At The Hem that his then label, Paper Bag, decided not to release.  Fast-forward two years, when Jonathan Galkin of DFA Records stumbled across Hound, liked what he heard and released it this past October.


Stereogum premiers Michael Rault's "Still Not Sad" video

Michael Rault has a knack for cooking up vintage rock grooves. But his true weirdness has now revealed itself in the video for “Still Not Sad.” The black-and-white footage belies the song’s radiant psych touches, which cozy up to Tame Impala territory in the final stretch. It’s a succinct statement of Rault’s playful, promising melodicism.

Double J

Double J interviews Shonen Knife with Omar Souleyman

Myf catches up with two huge international acts touring the country right now: Syrian electro-pop king, Omar Souleyman and all-female Japanese pop punk band, Shonen Knife.


Noisey premiers Surf City's "Hollow Veins"

Surf City is a band from New Zealand. This is their new song called “Hollow Veins.” It kind of sounds like Bob Weir fronting Sonic Youth, which is chill.

Consequence of Sound

Consequence of Sound streams Ty Segall playing his new album Live in San Francisco

Rowdy crowd, meet stacks of amplifiers — Ty, Charlie, Mikal, and Emily came to singe your ears off. There have been live recordings of Ty before of course, but never so crisply and fully realized as this scorching platter of fuzz.

Consequence of Sound reviews Twerps' Range Anxiety

For those who complain about Real Estate’s predictability, Twerps are a breath of fresh air. Range Anxiety is an album of endearing earnestness and jangly charm, and it will stand on your doorstep asking to come inside and chill for a while.

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