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Mac DeMarco announced on Pitchfork Festival Line Up

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

Today’s Shows / Feb 26, 2015

Juan Wauters

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Brillo Box But Tickets

Jonathan Toubin

Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico
Casa Morelos

Calvin Love

Brooklyn, New York
Baby's All Right But Tickets

Artist Updates

NOLA Defender

Quintron & Miss Pussycat announce new projects and tour dates

Quintron and Miss Pussycat are downtown idols, but they are certainly not idle. The duo just announced a series of spring tour dates as well as the now expected eccentric mix of new projects.

Here Comes The Flood

Here Comes The Flood


Soundlab interviews Happyness

South London Trio, Happyness have received praise including The Sunday Times nominating their album Weird Little Birthday as one of the best of 2014, and being in NME’s Best Newcomers List. The lads took time out to speak with Soundblab.

Austin Chronicle

Austin Chronicle reviews The Zoltars new LP, out 2.24

Eschewing the sunless melancholy of 2013’s outstanding Walking Through the Dark, garage psych eggheads the Zoltars mine carefree nuggets on their third LP. Blue-ribbon songwriter Jared Zoltar adopts the persona of a peaceful acid casualty on Sixties opener “We Missed Out,” his plainspoken treble-talk penetrating three perfect chords and a primitive pounding that blurs lines between oldies-garage and post-punk.


The Ukiah Drag Touring, Playing with Honey

ew England psych punks The Ukiah Drag put out their bleary In The Reaper’s Quarters last year, and are now getting ready to head out on a string of dates around the US. The tour kicks off here in NYC at The Acheron on March 1 with support from noise duo Uniform (ex-Drunkdriver, The Men), NYC punk supergroup Cheena and psych punk rippers Honey.

Consequence of Sound

Juan Wauters announces new solo album & premieres “She Might Get Shot” single

On May 12th, The Beets co-founder Juan Wauters will release his latest solo album through Captured Tracks. Entitled Who Me?, the 13-track effort follows his 2014 solo debut N.A.P. North American Poetry. In anticipation, the singer-songwriter’s let loose the album cut “She Might Get Shot”.

The Independent

Happyness win "Best Lyric" at the NME Awards 2015

The NME awards, voted for by the print magazine’s wider online readership (an estimated audience of nearly four million) voted for Happyness’ “Montreal Rock Band Somewhere” as “Best Lyric” at the awards this year.

Brooklyn Vegan

Brooklyn Vegan rounds up Jacco Gardner news

Jacco Gardner has signed with Polyvinyl who will release his new album, Hypnophobia, on May 5. Over in March for SXSW and Burgerama, Jacco will also be playing a few West Coast dates with his former Trouble in Mind labelmates Ultimate Painting.

The Quietus

Stream Zu's new track "Cortar Todo" at The Quietus

Roman trio ZU are gearing up to release their first full-length album since 2009’s Carboniferous and tQ are very happy to be offering you the first chance to stream the album’s title track ahead of it hitting shelves on March 23

Kool Rock Radio

Kool Rock Radio shares Heaters' "Levitate Thigh"

Surf rock/psych trio Heaters have shared the video for their new single “Levitate Thigh”.  The 7-inch single, Mean Green/Levitate Thigh, will be out on April 28 on Beyond Beyond Is Beyond. The band are currently preparing their first full-length, which will be out later this year.

CMJ previews B-side to upcoming Heaters 7"

Grand Rapids, MI, fuzz-rock trio Heaters have a new 7-inch single, Mean Green/Levitate Thigh, out April 28 on Beyond Beyond Is Beyond. The B-side starts in a surf/spy flick vein that soon enough vibrates out into speedy psych-punk riffing then back under the waves. And as you’ll see in the new appropriately thighs-a-flyin’ video for the song, Fred Astaire has no trouble dancing to it all.

Under The Gun Review

Dance To Heaters' New Video

Garage rocker act Heaters have announced a new 7″ release due out April 28 via Beyond Beyond is Beyond Records. The Mean Green 7″ B-side, “Levitate Thigh,” has gotten a music video to promote the release, and the short clip is just simple enough to keep your attention without burning your eyes. Anything more intense would make the garage rock too much to handle. Then again, we’re always down for a doozy.


Stream Happyness' "Naked Patients" at NPR's All Songs Considered

Happyness is three guys from London with a breathtaking range of sounds, like Wilco crossed with Sparklehorse, Pavement and gritty garage rock. With lyrics that are unexpected and dark, but also humorous, Happyness takes us on a bright but twisted trip on this song “Naked Patients.”

City Pages

City Pages interviews The Blind Shake

Swami John & the Blind Shake Are a 21st-Century Surf-Rock Supergroup.

Ghetto Blaster Magazine

Heaters share video for "Levitate Thigh", Tour

Grand Rapids band Heaters has announced a new 7″, and their first release for Beyond Beyond is Beyond Records, due out April 28.

On The Record

On the Record announces The Zoltars' forthcoming self-titled LP

FEB. 24: The Zoltars, self-titled (Happenin/Burger), release show Feb. 27 at Hotel Vegas.

Aimless Skylarking

Aimless Skylarking features The Zoltars' 'Sincere' as their song of the day

Austin based garage rockers, The Zoltars, have offered up the first single, the infectious ‘Sincere’, from their upcoming self-titled album. The album, their 3rd, will be released February 24th on Alabama based label, Happenin’ Records.

Hologram Skies

Hologram Skies previews Heaters track from upcoming 7"

Grand Rapids, Michigan band Heaters have an upcoming 7″ in Mean Green and/or Black featuring the tracks ‘Mean Green,’ and ‘Levitate Thigh.’ Pre-order a copy (digital/physical) by visiting the good folks over at Beyond Beyond is Beyond’s bandcamp page. On a related note, how many great freakin albums has this label released in the past couple of months? Incredible.


Stereogum premieres Ex-Cult's new video "Clinical Study"

Memphis post-punk outfit Ex-Cult mediate their new breed of hardcore with the manic energy of what I can only imagine an early Dischord show must have felt like. It’s timeless. The band released their latest EP, Cigarette Machine, last week, and today we’re premiering a fan-shot video for the lead track, “Clinical Study.” Ex-Cult’s recordings hone an all-consuming and addictive vivacity that makes you want to see them perform live, so, it’s a pleasure to watch a video of footage shot by Michael Valdes of various recent Ex-Cult shows. The band’s frontman, Chris Shaw, explains how the video came about:


Fader premieres Destruction Unit's video "Final Flight"

We’re well aware that Destruction Unit puts on an intense live show, and the new video for “Final Flight” from 2013’s Deep Trip celebrates that wild, effects-heavy abrasiveness with dissociative fade outs and a muted color pallette. It was directed by Hollywood-based artist Cali Thornhill DeWitt (who was recently highlighted in our preview of the LA Art Book Fair) and filmed on location in Joshua Tree, where the Arizona five-piece hilariously played a show inside a restaurant filled with families: kids, parents, grandparents. “About halfway through, the restaurant was empty,” the band told FADER in an email. “By the third song in the set, the owner had kicked us out. One guy loved it, and gave us an ounce of weed he’d grown himself.”


Mac DeMarco plays acoustic version of "Salad Days" at Pickathon for Grist

With his sunny voice and slightly off-kilter guitaring, gap-toothed Canadian indie-rocker Mac DeMarco might leave you jonesing for summer. So to tide you over ’til warmer times, here he is performing an acoustic version of “Salad Days” at last year’s Pickathon.


Stereogum premieres Woodsman's video for "Healthy Life"

Last year the psych guitar gods of Woodsman released their third, self-titled album, and one of the standout tracks was the spacey, ghost-train chug of “Healthy Life.” To coincide with a special re-pressing of Woodsman, the Brooklyn-via-Denver group has released the video for the track.


NYCTaper streams Honey @ Union Pool 1.28.15

Honey are a relatively new band who showed up hungry as the openers for Viet Cong at Union Pool recently. Composed of Cory Feierman on bass/vocals, Dan Wise on guitar/vocals and Will Schmiechen on drums, these guys showed up ready to play, putting even the very talented headliners on notice that mediocrity would not be accepted. The band members’ skill reflects some their resumes; one or more of them have been part of Amen Dunes, Psychic Ills and Stupid Party. Likewise, early invites to play with the likes of J Mascis, King Tuff, Endless Boogie, Crystal Stilts and Destruction Unit tell us that other bands are taking notice.


Pitchfork announces Ty Segall's acoustic solo tour dates

Ty Segall has announced plans for a short solo acoustic tour, following a set at Burgerama fest in Santa Ana.


Odonis Odonis' video for "Order in the Court" is nominated for a Prism Prize 2015

This is the third year of the Prism Prize, the juried Canadian award that celebrates our country’s best music videos from the past year.

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