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Mac DeMarco, Ty Segall, & Thee Oh Sees at FYF 2017

Panache is excited to announce that Homeshake and Mac DeMarco have joined the line up of FYF 2017. Come see Mac, Ty Segall, & Thee Oh Sees tear it up at one of our favorite festivals this summer! Tickets on sale now!

Mac DeMarco Fan Club is looking for a new Fan Club assistant in Brooklyn

Mac DeMarco Fan Club is looking for a new Fan Club assistant in Brooklyn. This position will be great for a college student!

​Must have’s:
- Experience with Mailchimp
- Experience with Wordpress
- Great attention to detail
- Experience with IMovie, and can make quick graphics, videos
- Must live in the 5 borough area and willing to come to Brooklyn at least one day a week

Extra points for HTML/CSS experience. We will need someone two days a week with some flexibility. Hourly wage offered.

To apply: please send cover letter explaining experience, resume and your dankest Mac meme or Mac related gif to

Panache hosts three V-day Planned Parenthood Benefits in LA, NY and Memphis!

Panache and New York Night Train are once again partnering to host Village of Love, their fifth annual Valentine’s Day Planned Parenthood of NYC Benefit Concert & Dance. This year for the first time, Panache is expanding the benefit to cover multiple cities. In addition to Brooklyn, Panache will host benefits in Memphis with Achtung and in Los Angeles. Each event features a very special Valentine’s Day revue with some of the finest musicians from each city performing covers of their favorite love songs. In Los Angeles and Brooklyn, there will also be a raffle featuring tons of fabulous prizes from local businesses, an art auction and live portrait drawing. All proceeds benefit Planned Parenthoods of NYC, Los Angeles and Memphis. The 2/14 LA Line up at Teragram features Ty Segall, King Tuff, Rodrigo Amarante, Mikal Cronin, Jennifer and Jessie Clavin of Bleached and many more.  Tickets available here.  The 2/14 NY Line Up at Music Hall of Williamsburg features Reigning Sound, Kid Congo Powers, Eleanor Friedberger and many more. Tickets available here.


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Panache LA office is seeking Booking Admin Intern

Panache Booking is looking for a Booking Admin Assistant Intern to begin Oct 17, 2016 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 Michelle at to apply and send your resume.

***Required*** Skills:
- Experience with Excel/Word
- 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.
- Can do college credit.

Panache Brooklyn office is seeking management intern.

Panache Management is looking for a Management Assistant Intern to begin September 5, 2016. 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 full days a week. Please contact Sarah at to apply.

***Required*** Skills:
- Experience with Google Drive, specifically with Docs and Sheets, Google Calendar
- GREAT attention to detail, very organized, very detail oriented
- Experience w/ ASCAP/SOCAN
- Some basic coding knowledge
- Previous internships in music
- Must live within the 5 boroughs of NYC

Preferred Skills:
- Experience w/ CBC/Songkick
- Experience w/Quickbooks
- Some experience w/accounting
- Experience with foreign tax waivers

​A few notes:
- There is a 60 day probationary period.
- Unpaid internship though does include a travel stipend.
- Can do college credit.

Today’s Shows / Sep 23, 2017

Oh Sees

Seattle, Washington
Neumos But Tickets

King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard

Kalamazoo, Michigan,
Arcadia Creek Festival Place But Tickets

Alex Cameron

New Orleans, Louisiana
Circle Bar But Tickets

Naomi Punk

Omaha, Nebraska
O'Leavers But Tickets

Ice Balloons

El Paso, Texas

Sun Foot

El Paso, Texas

Artist Updates

Rolling Stone Australia

Alex Cameron: The Great Pretender

On Forced Witness — in which Cameron fleshes out threadbare karaoke instrumentation into something resembling stadium-sized aspiration, crooning over bastardised synth-pop in the vein of Leonard Cohen’s “I’m Your Man” — it’s hard to distinguish between artifice and honesty.


Alex Cameron 'Forced Witness' / Pitchfork album review

The art-sleaze of Alex Cameron’s second album transcends its surface-level smarm to become a biting piece of commentary. Thankfully, the songs are as effortlessly catchy as they are eminently creepy.

MONROWE Magazine


In his latest album, Alex Cameron cuts through a web of tension we’ve grown uncomfortably familiar with, exposing layers of love, pain, and potential. Offering poignant and empathetic character studies, his latest work in “Forced Witness” is an addictive shot of reality in this post-truth society.

Brooklyn Magazine

Brooklyn Mag talks to Alex Cameron about his new record "Forced Witness"

“The stories by the latter, with their troubled character portraits, are the closest touch point for Cameron’s new batch of songs. But if the lyrics read like a darker, more modern O’Connor story, the music itself sounds like Bruce Springsteen filtered through Ariel Pink.”

It's Nice That

It's Nice That talks to Cones about their new video "Back in the Brain"

“‘When I write a song, I am simultaneously visualising it,’ Jonathan tells It’s Nice That. ‘I often see a song as a line moving left to right, but more free.’ This movability is visible in the musician’s latest music video which uses minimal lines to illustrate the journey of a wobbling stoner.”

Loud And Quiet

Alex Cameron 'Forced Witness' / Loud and Quiet album review

‘Forced Witness’ is full of “pussy” and what feels like a hundred double-take lyrics capable of ghosting past you whilst you’re distracted by the endless melodies.

Entertainment Weekly

Mac Demarco/Flaming Lips co-headlining tour named top 15 concerts to see in September

The Oklahoman stalwarts make electronic-tinged psychedelia, while DeMarco pens earnest, slacker-rock jams — but their oddball personalities and charismatic live shows make perfect sense together.

Entertainment Weekly

This Old Dog included in “Pop Culture That Saved Summer 2017”

The indie-rocker’s third album contains his most immediate, heartfelt songwriting.


Stereogum included ‘Runnin’ Outta Luck’ in Best Videos of the Week feature

Nothing really happens in this video, but if you’re in the business of making videos, you should study it anyway.

Entertainment Weekly

EW included ‘Runnin’ Outta Luck’ in New Music Friday feature

“Runnin’ Outta Luck” has that anthemic quality that sets so many Killers songs apart, and Cameron’s delivery makes it one of his best tunes yet.


Pitchfork premiered new video ‘Runnin’ Outta Luck’

Australian singer-songwriter Alex Cameron has shared a new single, “Runnin’ Outta Luck,” and its music video.

San Francisco Chronicle

Mac DeMarco isn’t just along for the ride

Mac DeMarco may no longer need to participate in medical experiments for pocket change, but nine years into his career, the 27-year-old Canadian soft rocker still isn’t taking anything for granted.


“Memory of a Cut Off Head” single review

On the album’s opening, title track, Dwyer sounds every bit as at ease as he did over the wild Richter-scale energy of his recent records.

The Line of Best Fit

Alex Cameron discovers a sense of self-awareness on Forced Witness

On Cameron’s debut album Jumping the Shark, the Australian-born singer-songwriter introduced the world to his washed out, farcical alter ego; a failed musician, and man of immense tragedy.

Brooklyn Vegan

Alex Cameron shares “Runnin’ Outta Luck” ft. Brandon Flowers & Kirin J Callinan

Never one to shy away from ’80s rock sounds, “Runnin’ Outta Luck” is that in capital letters and could’ve appeared on the St. Elmo’s Fire soundtrack.

The AV Club

Mac DeMarco shares bizarre VR music video for 'This Old Dog'

Indie-rock goofball Mac DeMarco recently premiered a new music video for his song “This Old Dog,” the title track off of his latest album.


Mac DeMarco shares new "This Old Dog" VR music video: watch

Mac DeMarco has shared a new virtual reality music video for his song “This Old Dog,” the title track from his most recent album.

Rolling Stone

Watch Mac DeMarco's psychedelic VR 'This Old Dog' video

Mac DeMarco’s head voyages through time and space – on the nose of a pug – in the psychedelic, virtual reality video for “This Old Dog.”


Henry Rollins interviews John Dwyer in Esquire

“...I’ve done my best to keep up with the man’s output, but he doesn’t make it easy: his releases just don’t let up. I have a great deal of admiration for not only John’s music but for the intensity with which he pursues it. In that way, he is a true artist, one who’s never taken the easy route.”


Flavorwire Interview: Alex Cameron and Saxophonist Roy Molloy Are the “Forced Witnesses” of Some Really Sad Men’s Lives

“I think I’m dying/Yeah, ’cause I’m frail and I’m tired/And I constantly complain about the pain I’m in,” willowy 28-year-old Sydney-based musician Alex Cameron booms in the opening notes of his band’s — officially comprised of him and his alto saxophonist/”business partner” Roy Molloy — sophomore album, Forced Witness (out September 8, via Secretly Canadian).

The 405

Photo Essay ‘A boat trip w/ Alex Cameron’

Now that you’ve had a look behind the curtain, check out Flore’s beautiful photos, along with a video for ‘Stranger’s Kiss’ (it features Angel Olsen and is 100% beautiful).

Pitchfork TV

Pitchfork gives Oh Sees new album, "Orc" a 7.4

“Throughout the record, he sounds as eager to mess around with his singing as the music: the glorious, steamrolling sludge of “Animated Violence” is the closest Oh Sees have ever gotten to metal, with Dwyer dropping comically Gene Simmons-esque growls in between gleaming Thin Lizzy arpeggios.”

Paste Magazine

Paste Magazine loves Oh Sees new album, "Orc"

“..the record is an absolutely evil stunner from front to back, top to bottom, head to toes and everywhere in between, and whips up the same kind of radiant, strange awe that the band’s overdriven catalog has so generously perpetrated album after wicked album.”

Post Trash

Post Trash reviews Oh Sees new album "Orc"

“ evinced by the reduction-of-band-name and its terse title, Orc aims to cut the fat off last years’ trial runs and introduce the new Oh Sees thesis as yet another Phlegethon of shrieking Gibsons and yelping Dwyers now aiming to fill observatories rather than dive bars.”