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Panache announces Cassette Mixtape Series Volume IV featuring 22 bands including unreleased tracks from Ty Segall, Mac DeMarco, Mikal Cronin, Calvin Love & more!

Panache is excited to announce the fourth volume of our Panache Cassette Mixtape Series featuring 22 of our artists. The mixtape includes unreleased tracks from Ty Segall, Mac DeMarco, Mikal Cronin, & Calvin Love. It also includes music from King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard, The Murlocs, Ezra Furman, La Luz, Chris Cohen, Ex-Cult, Dinner & 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 21st. Domestic shipping only. No international orders, please. The remaining tapes will be available at our SXSW events, our official showcase info is here.




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Panache announces SXSW Showcase w/ Thee Oh Sees, CocoRosie, La Luz, Michael Rault & more!

Panache is thrilled to announce our official SXSW Showcase in Austin this year! We will be returning to one of our favorite local venues Hotel Vegas and taking over all day and night on Friday March 18th. The line up will feature Thee Oh Sees, CocoRosie, La Luz, Michael Rault, Stonefield, Dinner & more Panache artists coming in from all over the world for one week of madness in Austin. More parties being announced soon. More info on our showcase here. http://i1382.photobucket.com/albums/ah242/Michelle_Cable/10286747_10153743466000219_3988300972094162165_o_zps90p2mxqu.jpg

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. http://i1382.photobucket.com/albums/ah242/Michelle_Cable/IMG_8188_zpsckotnsod.jpg

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!
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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!
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Today’s Shows / May 28, 2016

King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard

Vancouver, British Columbia
Rickshaw Theatre But Tickets

Mac DeMarco

George, Washington
Gorge Ampitheatre But Tickets

Ty Segall

George, Washington
Gorge Ampitheatre But Tickets

King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard

George, Washington
Gorge Ampitheatre But Tickets

La Luz

George, Washington
Gorge Ampitheatre But Tickets

U.S. Girls

San Diego, California
Soda Bar

Ex-Cult

Brooklyn, New York
The Acheron But Tickets

Chris Cohen

Athens, Georgia
Go Bar

Artist Updates

Under The Radar

Under The Radar shares Ty Segall's video for "Candy Sam"

Babies are beautiful innocent creatures filled with wonder, but apparently not in Ty Segall’s world.

Spin

Spin shares Ty Segall's video for "Candy Sam"

Ty Segall’s new “Candy Sam” music video continues the rock weirdo’s recent string of baby mask-wearing appearances, because why not stick with a schtick when it’s obviously working?

Pitchfork

Pitchfork shares Ty Segall's video for "Candy Sam"

Following a memorable performance on “Colbert” back in February, Ty Segall’s Emotional Mugger track “Candy Sam” now has its own video.

Spotify

Spotify features No Joy in their weekly column "The Tip-off"

Shoegaze fans of the Spotify Community, allow us to introduce you to No Joy.

AXS

AXS reviews Mac DeMarco's show at The Greek Theatre in LA

Throughout Mac DeMarco’s 90-minute set at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles last night, the video screens blended performance footage of DeMarco and his three-piece band with images of Kelsey Grammer as the X-Men character Beast.

SF Gate

SF Gate names King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard's "Nonagon Infinity" the best record of the year

Know this now: Beyoncé’s got nothing on King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard.

The Visalia Times-Delta

The Visalia Times-Delta preview King Gizzard and the Wizard Lizard's upcoming show at The Cellar Door

On a very rare occasion, you may come across an album that you wish would never end. King Gizzard and the Wizard Lizard accomplished exactly that with April’s “Nonagon Infinity.”

Spin

Spin interviews Mac DeMarco on his relationship with his fans

At one of the first shows on Mac DeMarco’s current tour, a couch is set up onstage at Webster Hall to accommodate his friends (including a man in a bondage mask), and DeMarco pours out several glasses of champagne.

The Fader

The Fader interviews fans on why Mac DeMarco is unmissable live

“Sometimes when you’re playing a lil’ nasty rock gig, you gotta get a lil’ nasty,” said Mac DeMarco as he popped a bottle of champagne on stage during his Sunday night performance in New York City.

Glide Magazine

Glide Magazine shares photos of Mac DeMarco jumping from balcony at the Electric Factory in Philadelphia

Mac Demarco played at the Electric Factory in Philadelphia on May 12 and along with all his quirkiness, the man courageously offered some old school punk in the way of jumping from the second floor balcony.

The Boston Globe

The Boston Globe reviews King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard's show at the Sinclair

Signs posted on all the entrances at Cambridge nightclub the Sinclair on Friday night left no room for misinterpretation: “No moshing / No crowdsurfing.”

The Seventh Hex

The Seventh Hex interviews Chris Cohen about his songwriting process and "As If Apart"

‘As If Apart’, the long-awaited sequel to Chris Cohen’s 2012 soft psych garden of unearthly alter-pop earworms and studio-sonic delights ‘Overgrown Path’, follows on its predecessor with another bittersweet ensemble of dreamy, complex songs.

Exclaim!

Exclaim! reviews King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard at The Velvet Underground in Toronto

“How do they do it?”
That had to be the question on the mind of each and every person with their eyes on the Velvet Underground stage last night.

Pitchfork

Pitchfork reviews Julianna Barwick's "Will"

Julianna Barwick’s Will is a looser, less polished album than Nepenthe, and that rough-around-the-edges intimacy turns out to be a great part of its charm.

Spin

Spin names GØGGS' "Glendale Junkyard" one of their favorite songs of the week

Ty Segall rocks out often and makes a point of doing so, but he rarely bleeds over into straight-ahead punk, which is where his new band’s fuzz-monster single comes in.

KEXP

KEXP reviews Julianna Barwick's "Will"

As major labels continue to exist behind the times, artists and labels with little capital and lesser reputations are producing some of the most innovative, interesting, and inspiring music.

Pitchfork

Pitchfork names Julianna Barwick's "Will" one of the 8 albums you should listen to now

With so much good music being released all the time, it can be hard to determine what to listen to first. Starting today, Pitchfork will give you a weekly run-down of significant new releases available on streaming services.

Thump - Vice

Thump reviews Julianna Barwick's "Will"

Julianna Barwick has run into a bit of bad luck lately. Walking around New York’s Museum of Modern Art on a March afternoon, she doesn’t say this, but wears it on her face—or, well, her foot.

Spin

Spin reviews Julianna Barwick's "Will" and names it a Spin Essential

Julianna Barwick’s music has never seemed tethered to a specific place, so it’s funny that the celestial Brooklyn artist’s 2011 debut was actually titled The Magic Place, an exceptionally bright nü-age composition that’s greatest asset was its ability to transcend whatever space and time you were currently occupying.

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