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Panache opens LA office!

Panache is excited to announce that we have opened an LA Office in Eagle Rock with our lovely friends Spinning Top Music. We are excited about the west coast expansion and look forward to hosting more events in Los Angeles in 2016.

Panache artists Mac DeMarco, Ty Segall, La Luz and King Gizzard announced on Sasquatch lineup.

Panache is excited to announce that Mac DeMarco, Ty Segall, La Luz and King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard will be performing at Sasquatch Festival this year.  Full lineup available here. Can’t wait to attend. See you there!

Happy Holidays from Panache!

Happy holidays from Panache! Thanks to all the great folks who have been so supportive of all of our wonderful bands. It’s been an amazing year. Can’t wait for 2016! Here are some photos from our Panache Holiday Photo Booth at Our Wicked Lady in Brooklyn. It was a FANTASTIC night filled with amazing positive vibes. Photo Booth Portaits by Soojin Chang & holiday back drop by Debbie Allen!

Panache & NYNT host Planned Parenthood of NYC Soul Dance Party Benefit Concert Sat 12/5 at Alphaville

Panache Booking & New York Night Train are excited to announce that we will be hosting a Sweating to the Oldies (For Public Health) Dance Party w/ Dj Jonathan Toubin at Alphaville this Sat Dec 5th.  All proceeds to benefit Planned Parenthood of NYC! Join us on the dance floor and boogie down for a good cause. Tickets available here.

Panache announces two CMJ Showcases
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Portland, Oregon
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Artist Updates

Rip It Up

The Murlocs release new video, and prepare to embark on seven date national tour

Geelong 5-piece The Murlocs have unleashed a trippy new video, and are preparing to embark on a seven date national tour.


Indiewire premiers Ty Segall's 14 minute "Emotional Mugger" video

Ty Segall generally doesn’t keep fans waiting too long for his next album, and he’s kicked off the new year with his latest, “Emotional Mugger.” The record has been receiving solid reviews, and for the first video from the album, the musician has turned to a frequent collaborator to deliver what might be his most ambitious effort yet.


Pitchfork shares Ty Segall's "Emotional Mugger" video

Ty Segall has shared a gory 14-minute video comprising music from his latest album, Emotional Mugger. The video features a composite of the album’s songs, which were remixed by producer F. Bermudez.

Rolling Stone

Rolling Stone shares Ty Segall's Emotional Mugger video

Garage rock hero Ty Segall wanders through a dystopian Los Angeles filled with blood-sucking cops and phone-faced drones in the surreal short film for his new album, Emotional Mugger.

Santa Barbara Independent

The Santa Barbara Independent reviews King Gizzard's Paper Mâché Dream Balloon

Awesomely named Aussie psych-rock band King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard channels elements of the vintage Smiley Smile, Hurdy Gurdy Man, and The Village Green Preservation Society LPs by the Beach Boys, Donovan, and The Kinks, respectively, for their latest endeavor.


Ty Segall's "Emotional Mugger" leads in KQED's 2016 musical highlights

Following his acclaimed, wide-ranging 2014 tour de force “Manipulator,” the ever-prolific Orange County rock sprite Ty Segall scratched an itch last year with an album collecting his versions of some T. Rex songs titled — what else could it possibly be? — “Ty Rex.”


BrooklynVegan premiers EZTV's Record Store Day 7"

Captured Tracks labelmates EZTV and Nic Hessler have collaborated on a cover of “Buy This Record” by powerpop cult heroes Milk ‘N’ Cookies (who EZTV just opened for in Brooklyn).


Issue reviews Emotional Mugger

Ty Segall’s prolific musical output most recently took form in II, the sophomore album from his band Fuzz. Emotional Mugger is the follow-up to 2014’s Manipulator and Segall’s tenth solo album, which he formally announced by sending a VHS to media outlets and releasing a cryptic short video explaining ‘emotional mugging.’

Consequence of Sound

Consequence of Sound debuts "Fumble Tumble" off of new Purling Hiss EP

These days, fuzz is used so commonly in indie music that it’s essentially a prerequisite, but nobody does fuzz quite like Mike Polizze of Purling Hiss.

LA Weekly

LA Weekly names Ty Segall LA's most prolific and enigmatic rock star

Onstage at the Teragram Ballroom for the first of two sold-out shows, Ty Segall’s new band The Muggers builds up to a furious crescendo for the instrumental bridge to “Feel” from his 2014 album, Manipulator. As they play, Segall bolts off the stage.

Aquarium Drunkard

Aquarium Drunkard reviews Emotional Muggger

In a goofball YouTube promo, Dr. Ty Segall, PhD defines “emotional mugging” as a “psychoanalytic subject-to-subject exchange formed as a response to our hyper-digital sexual landscape.” So sizing one another up, frontin’, a cold barrier of distraction, the practice of impenetrable differentiation… This silly promo vid is of special import because I think Ty’s trying to get all psychological on us in bigger way.


AllMusic reviews Emotional Mugger

Anyone who was wondering if Ty Segall was ever going to deliver another set of raw, scuzzy garage rock after the relatively polished approach of 2013’s Sleeper and 2014’s Manipulator will be happy (or alarmed) to know Segall is very much in touch with his noisy side on 2016’s Emotional Mugger.

Another Dying Artform

Another Dying Artform reviews Emotional Mugger and previews Chicago show

Coming off what is widely accepted to be his best album to date in Manipulator, Ty Segall has made all the right moves.

The Concordian

The Concordian reviews Emotional Mugger

Ty Segall’s new album Emotional Mugger sounds like a Ty Segall album: loud guitars, a fuzzy, melodic low end and Segall’s faux British accent chiming in. The album is made up of songs indistinguishable from one another, each showcasing an guitar solo as interesting as a running tap.

Vancouver Weekly

Vancouver Weekly reviews Ty Segall & The Muggers at the Vogue Theatre

“PICK UP YOUR GUITAR!!!” Some fans in the balcony of the Vogue Theatre grew restless and impatient last Friday as Ty Segall went hands-free in his biggest Vancouver showing yet. But no one in the throbbing, fleshy pit below seemed bothered.

The AV Club

Mac DeMarco tries on hats in The AV Club's "Talent Show" series premier

Today marks the beginning of a new era in A.V. Club videos: the premiere of our latest ground-breaking, fun-making series, Talent Show. For Talent Show, various talented people (“the talent,” if you will) are challenged to do all manner of tasks, from answering trivia questions to replicating Supermarket Sweep.

The Daily Reveille

The Daily Reveille reviews Emotional Mugger

The snarl of Ty Segall’s guitar isn’t the true hallmark of his sound. It’s been done before. What defines Segall’s work is the power and management of each instrument, especially in his newest release “Emotional Mugger.”

The Daily Texan

The Daily Texan reviews Emotional Mugger

Throughout his eight-year career, alt rocker Ty Segall has done everything on his own terms. Each of his releases takes on a new sound, experimenting with different instrumentation and composition. His latest project Emotional Mugger, released Friday, does exactly that, taking risks on almost every song.

Glide Magazine

Glide Magazine reviews Emotional Mugger

Ty Segall is unstoppable. Releasing new music at an alarming rate, the young shredder has no shortage of things to say and noise to make. In fact, on the heels of his new record Emotional Mugger comes a new release from California quartet Audacity, produced by Segall.

Le Canal Auditif

Le Canal Auditif reviews Emotional Mugger

Le toujours aussi prolifique Ty Segall commence l’année 2016 en force avec la sortie de son 8e album. Oui, oui, son 8e album solo. Alors que certains artistes ne réussissent même pas à faire ça au courant d’une carrière, le Californien n’a même pas encore frappé 30 ans.


Post-Trash reviews Emotional Mugger

When I saw Ty Segall perform in Chicago on September 23, 2014 promoting his album Manipulator, he and his most consistent backing team (Mikal Cronin, Emily Rose Epstein and Charles Moothart) briefly served the audience some off-the-cuff covers of classic David Bowie songs (“Ziggy Stardust,” “Suffragette City,” and “Queen Bitch”).

Portland Mercury

The Portland Mercury reviews Ty Segall and the Muggers at Aladdin Theater

Beneath Saturday’s glowing full moon, Ty Segall took Portland on a fucked-up tour of the human subconscious in the same manner that fictitious chocolatier Willy Wonka led his Chocolate River boat ride.


Popthomology reviews Ty Segall and The Muggers at Neptune Theater

Well. It’s time to write about this show. I think I will begin with the time-tested Adjective Toss while I gather my sentence-forming abilities.

Unsettling. Massive. Fun! Weird. Heavy. Insane. Jaw-dropping. Repellent! Endearing.

The AV Club

The AV Club reviews Emotional Mugger

It should be more exhausting to keep up with Ty Segall. The clip at which the garage-glam savant releases records is on par with the ’70s supernatural output of our dear departed friend David Bowie.

Tiny Mix Tapes

Tiny Mix Tapes reviews Emotional Mugger

Like Funkadelic, Ty Segall’s Emotional Mugger is music as cocaine. Mugger is Segall’s ninth solo album in eight years, during which time he’s dabbled in apocalyptic blackness, breezy sweetness, and garage rock at its Kinks-ian apex, riding each style to the end of the track, each one another coaster at the amusement park.

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