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Mac DeMarco announced on Outside Lands 2015 Line Up.

Panache is very excited to announce that Mac DeMarco will be performing at Outside Lands in SF this summer. Full line up can be found here.


Panache announces Cassette Mixtape Series Volume III featuring unreleased tracks from Ty Segall, Mikal Cronin, Delicate Steve, Happyness, Wand, Ultimate Painting, Mild High Club & more

Panache is excited to announce the third volume of our Panache Cassette Mixtape Series featuring 26 of our artists. The mixtape includes unreleased tracks from Ty Segall, Mikal Cronin, Delicate Steve, Happyness, Wand, Ultimate Painting, Heaters, Mild High Club & many more!!!! Limited run, only 750 in total. One time only pressing!! Only 100 for sale online! Will sell out! $8 + $2.50 Shipping — Purchase Below — PLEASE NOTE THESE WILL NOT BE SHIPPED UNTIL THE WEEK OF MARCH 23rd. Domestic shipping only. No international orders, please. The remaining tapes will be available at our SXSW events, our official showcase info is here.

Panache announces SXSW 2015 Showcase!

Mac DeMarco announced on Pitchfork Festival Line Up

Today’s Shows / May 26, 2015

Quintron & Miss Pussycat

Eureka, California
The Shanty

Mild High Club

Portland, Oregon

The Mystery Lights

Brooklyn, New York
Baby's All Right

The Holydrug Couple

El Paso, Texas

Artist Updates


Pitchfork reviews Thee Oh Sees' 'Mutilator Defeated at Last'

Mutilator Defeated at Last is Thee Oh Sees’ first post-hiatus LP to be recorded using the band’s re-staffed touring lineup.

The Music

The Music announces King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard at US festivals

Melbourne garage rockers King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard have both found themselves slated into two US music festivals this upcoming September: Life is Beautiful Music and Art Festival & Hopscotch Music Festival

Under The Radar

Under the Radar shares the title track from Drinks' forthcoming LP

Tim Presley of White Fence and Welsh singer/songwriter/guitarist Cate Le Bon have teamed up as DRINKS and are releasing their debut album, Hermits On Holiday, on August 21. They have released the album’s title track, “Hermits On Holiday,” featuring Le Bon on lead vocals.

SF Weekly

SF Weekly covers Fuzz at Great American Music Hall in San Francisco

Guitar chops, drum chops, and most definitely bass chops: The Fuzz has it all. The band has a reputation for knowing how to improvise, jam, and shred through a set list. That’s why it sold out the Great American Music Hall Wednesday night on a double bill with only the support of Los Angeles’ Lamps.

DIY Magazine

DIY Magazine shares Ultimate Paintings lead single from their forthcoming LP, Green Lanes

Green Lanes is due for release on 7th August via Chicago garage rock/psych label Trouble In Mind and finds Hoare and Cooper contributing five songs each.

Brooklyn Vegan

Brooklyn Vegan announces Ultimate Painting second LP, Green Lines

A mere 10 months after releasing their terrific debut album, UK band Ultimate Painting will be back with their second long-player, Green Lanes, on August 7 via Trouble in Mind.

Clash Magazine

Clash Magazine announces Ultimate Painting's forthcoming LP, Green Lanes

New record Green Lanes arrives on August 7th via Trouble In Mind, the material was seemingly recorded by James on one inch tape.


Exclaim announces Tim Presley and Cate Le Bon collaboration as Drinks

San Francisco’s Tim Presley and Welsh-born Cate Le Bon both have fruitful careers in their own right; the former has released a string of albums as White Fence, and the latter is a respected solo songwriter. Now, they’ve teamed up for a collaborative project called Drinks, with an album coming out this summer.


Noisey premieres Juan Wauters' new video for "I'm All Wrong"

Queens-based crooner Juan Wauters is back with a second album of existential lonely folk and a ridiculously charming video for “I’m All Wrong” to go along with it. Seriously, just try not to smile as he bikes down through Flushing Meadows Park serenading strangers.

SF Weekly

SF Weekly review Ex-Cult's show at the Hemlock Tavern

Sweat dripped, composure was lost and guitar strings broke, but the band powered through an electrified set with songs from recent releases Bleeding Moon and Hypertension.


NPR premiers the title track from the forthcoming Drinks LP

Cate Le Bon wrote some of my favorite words of 2013 on her album Mug Museum. White Fence is the swirly psych-like music of Tim Presley. Cate and Tim are friends — Cate played guitar on a tour with White Fence — and so now there’s this: DRINKS. DRINKS has an album coming August 21 and this is the title track, called “Hermits on Holiday.”

The Guardian

The Guardian interviews "New Orleans musical legend" Quintron

The humidity peaks in the dark nightclub packed with hundreds of excited, drunk bodies, when New Orleans one-man-band Quintron turns the key on his “Drum Buddy”, lighting it up like a miniature aurora borealis.

Mac DeMarco announces a solo-set benefit concert

For the second year, his charity, Make the World Better Foundation, will host a benefit concert with a stacked lineup: Mac DeMarco, locals Marian Hill and The Suffers are on the bill.

Alt Citizen

Alt Citizen streams Death Valley Girl's "Wait For You"

LA’s Death Valley Girls just released “WAIT FOR YOU,” a cutting, ’60s-inspired B-side to “Summertime,” a single they released just last month. A steady, thumping backbeat serves as the foundation for layers of organ tones, fuzzed-out guitars, and howling vocals.


Pitchfork announces Mikal Cronin's tour dates

In support of his new album MCIII, Mikal Cronin is heading out on a tour that includes shows with Father John Misty and Death Cab for Cutie. After his European dates in May and June, he’s booked to travel across North America this fall.

Rolling Stone

Rolling Stone shares Mac DeMarco's "The Way You'd Love Her"

Mac DeMarco will release his new mini-album Another One on August 7th, and on Monday, the indie oddball shared “The Way You’d Love Her,” the first track off that eight-track EP.


Pitchfork announces Mac DeMarco's new single "The Way You'd Love Her" and new tour dates

Mac DeMarco’s eight-song “mini-LP” Another One is out August 7 via Captured Tracks, and he’s shared a song from the record. It’s called “The Way You’d Love Her”. He’s also announced even more dates to his already lengthy tour.


Spin shares Mac DeMarco's "The Way You'd Love Her"

On August 7, Mac DeMarco will release a project he’s calling the Another One mini-LP, and to tease its release three months ahead of time, the alt-scuzz musician has shared “The Way You’d Love Her.” The new cut is breezy and head-over-heels gushy.

50 Third and 3rd

50 Third and 3rd announces dates for Death Valley Girls

DON’T MISS Death Valley Girls ON TOUR ACROSS THE USA RIGHT NOW!!! Find out where the action is!!!

The Guardian

The Guardian reviews Happyness' show at Sneaky Pete’s in Edinburgh

Happyness open with Weird Little Birthday Girl, the almost-title track of their debut album: nearly nine minutes of gently brushed drums, mellow guitar interplay and half-whispered vocals, during which co-frontmen Benji Compston and Jonny Allan can be seen swaying back and forth, eyes closed, lost in the moment.

Paste Magazine

Paste Magazine reviews Mac DeMarco's set at Shaky Knees 2015

Songs like “Salad Days,” “Let My Baby Stay” and “Cooking Up Something Good” sound timeless live and serve as reminders that for all the cheekiness, DeMarco’s actually extremely talented.


The Strokes joined on stage by Mac DeMarco

The Strokes returned to the stage last night at Atlanta’s Shaky Knees Festival, with special guest Mac DeMarco briefly joining the band on stage.

Brooklyn Vegan

Brooklyn Vegan shares photos of Mikal Cronin's show at Bowery Ballroom, new video for "Turn Around"

Mikal Cronin celebrated the release of his third album, the factually-titled MCIII, at Bowery Ballroom on Tuesday night (5/5), part of his current tour.


Pitchfork shares Mikal Cronin playing 'Turn Around' on The Conan O'Brien Show

Two years ago, Mikal Cronin was the musical guest on “Conan” where he performed a track from MCII. Last night, he did a song from MCIII, which is out this week. Watch him perform “Turn Around” below.


Billboard interviews U.S. Girls for "New Noise"

Meg Remy has been making music as U.S. Girls since 2007. What makes her “new” is that since joining the 4AD roster, she has a chance to reach a much wider audience than ever before.

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