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Upcoming Panache Shows in CA this Fall with Mac DeMarco, Rodrigo Amarante, Ty Segall, Spellling, Fuzz, Jess Cornelius & more

Hello! Hope everyone is healthy & safe as we get back into the groove of attending live shows again! Here are a few exciting shows we have in the works in California this Fall. Ticket links on our show page!

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PANACHE ANNOUNCES VILLAGE OF LOVE SILENT AUCTION FEATURING ARTWORK, ONE OF A KIND PRIZES & MUSIC MEMORABILIA

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The Village of Love Silent Auction is part of the VILLAGE OF LOVE Planned Parenthood Benefit Concert taking place this Sunday, October 25th 2020 from 6pm to 9pm PST.  For the last eight years, Panache has hosted Valentine’s Day concerts across the country to raise money and awareness for Planned Parenthood. This is our first online event.  Earlier this year, The Village of Love Benefit Series raised over $40,000 through performances in Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, San Francisco, and Miami.  Now, Panache is thrilled to be joining forces with their friends at Like Management & Ed. Varie to organize our first-ever silent auction. The silent auction features Artwork, One of a Kind Prizes & Music Memorabilia.

The auction is now live.
Ends Friday, October 30th at 9pm PT/ Midnight ET
Check out auction here.

Now is a really crucial time, more than ever that we need to support Planned Parenthood. As we face an election that will determine the future of access to sexual and reproductive health care it is vital that Planned Parenthood has the resources to continue providing care and expanding their advocacy efforts, including crucial outreach to get out the vote. By bidding on item (s) at our auction, you will be helping provide healthcare to all.

Contributing Artists:

Ad-Rock
Anna Sheffield and Bing Bang NYC
Ariel Herwitz
Austen Zombres
Best Coast
Brad Elterman
Carly Jean Andrews
Cherry Glazerr
Christian Joy
Christopher M Tandy
Claire Milbrath
Colleen Herman
David Benzler
Devin Farrand
EarthQuaker Devices
Heather Benjamin
Hisham Akira Bharoocha
Jennifer Sullivan
Jo Rosenthal
Jody Rogac
John Dwyer
Jonathan Casella
Kate Klingbeil
Kathleen Hanna /  tees4Togo
Kim Gordon
King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard
Leah Dixon
Luke McGarry
Mac DeMarco
Mark Ochinero
Marni Leikin
Michelle Blade
Nathaniel Russell
Nick Zinner
Peaches
Rema Ghuloum
Rodrigo Amarante
Ryan De La Hoz
Sarah Hombach
Silversun Pickups
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Tame Impala
Ted McGrath
Tenacious D
Todd DiCiurcio
Ty Segall

Panache announces first ever online Village Of Love Planned Parenthood Benefit Concert w/ Brittany Howard, Mac DeMarco, Tenacious D, Angel Olsen, Perfume Genius & more

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Panache is excited to announce the first-ever online VILLAGE OF LOVE Planned Parenthood Benefit Concert taking place Sunday, October 25th 2020 from 6pm to 9pm PST. For the last eight years, Panache has hosted Valentine’s Day concerts across the country to raise money and awareness for Planned Parenthood. Earlier this year, The Village of Love Benefit Series raised over $40,000 through performances in Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, San Francisco, and Miami. Now, Panache is thrilled to be joining forces with their friends at Like Management and Live.ly to organize Village of Love’s online debut.

The event will feature renowned musicians from across the country, including Angel Olsen, Brittany Howard, Phoebe Bridgers, Kathleen Hanna, Weyes Blood, Kah-lo, Tenacious D, Mac DeMarco, and more performing originals and covers of their favorite songs. Additionally, there will be a raffle with fabulous prizes, a silent auction, a Dance Party Room, and other surprises. All proceeds will benefit Planned Parenthood of Los Angeles and New York.

Planned Parenthood needs our support more than ever. As we face an election that will determine the future of access to sexual and reproductive health care, it is vital that Planned Parenthood has the resources to continue providing care and expanding their advocacy efforts, including crucial outreach to get out and vote.

Purchase concert tickets here.
Purchase raffle tickets here.

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Panache expands Annual Valentine's Day Village of Love Planned Parenthood Benefit Concert to 5 Different Cities

Panache is excited to expand the Village of Love, their annual Planned Parenthood Benefit concert on Valentine’s Day to five cities this year. It will be returning to LA, Ny and Chicago as well as debuting in SF and Miami. All proceeds to go the local Planned Parenthood of that city.  LA is sold out but tickets are available at the rest of the events!

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BIKINI KILL AND KING GIZZARD ANNOUNCED ON BARCELONA PRIMAVERA SOUND

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Today’s Shows / May 28, 2022

Bikini Kill

Miami, Florida
The Ground at Club Space But Tickets

Ezra Furman

Englewood, Colorado
Gothic Theatre But Tickets

King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard

Boston, Massachusetts
Boston Calling But Tickets

SPELLLING

Queens, New York
Knockdown Center But Tickets

Artist Updates

Closed Captioned

Ezra Furman Announces New Album & Drops New Song

‘The world of music runs deep with most artists and their work is a body of life. We see it again and again and many artists live within the paths they’ve created, With Ezra Furman that’s easily the case. With a new album coming in August, what All of Us Flames will be is anyone’s guess. Though based on the lead single “Forever In Sunset” the future is bright as is the music.’

Under The Radar

Ezra Furman Announces New Album, Shares Video for New Song “Forever in Sunset”

“This is a first person plural album,” Furman says. “It’s a queer album for the stage of life when you start to understand that you are not a lone wolf, but depend on finding your family, your people, how you work as part of a larger whole. I wanted to make songs for use by threatened communities, and particularly the ones I belong to: trans people and Jews.”

Clash Magazine

Ezra Furman Announces New Album 'All Of Us Flames'

‘The righteous songwriter, broadcaster, and all-round heroine returns, with a brand new album set to land this summer.

Out on August 26th, ‘All Of Us Flames’ bears witness to the fiery demise of the patriarchal capitalist empire that seems to smother our every moment.’

Dork

Ezra Furman has announced her new album, ‘All Of Us Flames’

‘Ezra Furman has announced her new album, ‘All Of Us Flames’. Set for release on 26th August via Bella Union, the news comes alongside a new track taken from it, ‘Forever In Sunset’.’

The Line of Best Fit

Ezra Furman announces new album with lead single “Forever In Sunset”

She says of the album, “This is a first person plural album. It’s a queer album for the stage of life when you start to understand that you are not a lone wolf, but depend on finding your family, your people, how you work as part of a larger whole. I wanted to make songs for use by threatened communities, and particularly the ones I belong to: trans people and Jews.”

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Ezra Furman Announces New Album 'All Of Us Flames', Shares Lead Single Forever In Sunset

‘Produced by John Congleton, ‘All Of Us Flames’ is scheduled to arrive on August 26 via Bella Union, following up 2019’s ‘Twelve Nudes’ LP, and an EP written for the most recent series of Netflix’s Sex Education.

It’ll include the previous singles Book Of Our Names and Point Me Toward The Real, along with the newly shared synth-laden cut Forever In Sunset, which comes paired with Noel Paul-directed video.’

Consequence of Sound

Ezra Furman Announces New Album All of Us Flames, Shares “Forever in Sunset”

“‘Forever in Sunset’ is a spot-on introduction to ‘All of Us Flames.’ Combining Furman’s love of Springsteen-like bravado and punky grit, the song is inspired by that persistent sense of apprehension that can loom after you’ve spent years feeling unsafe: ‘Do you remember when we thought the world was ending?/ Seems funny now,’ Furman sings.”

Brooklyn Vegan

Ezra Furman announces new album, shares “Forever in Sunset,” touring

‘The album includes previously released song “Book of Our Names” and the new single is the synth-rock anthem “Forever in Sunset.”

Pitchfork

Ezra Furman Announces New Album All of Us Flames, Shares Video for New Song: Watch

‘Ezra Furman has announced her new album All of Us Flames with a Noel Paul–directed video for her new song “Forever in Sunset.” The LP is due out August 26 via Anti–. Furman also announced a string of new tour dates.’

The Fader

Ezra Furman announces new album All Of Us Flames

‘Ezra Furman has confirmed details of her new record, All Of Us Flames, and shared a new single. Furman’s latest album is due August 26 via ANTI- (Bella Union will release the album outside of North America). It is the third instalment in a trilogy of Furman albums that began with 2018’s Transangelic Exodus and 2019 release Twelve Nudes.’

Pitchfork

Album Review: King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard - Omnium Gatherum

“If Omnium Gatherum is a crazy quilt by design, it’s ultimately threaded together by some of the Gizzard’s most sumptuous songcraft to date—not to mention the band’s ever-colorful ways of telling us that the Earth is fucked.”

LA Weekly

BIKINI KILL KILLED AT THE GREEK

‘The songs blasted by in a blur, but Hanna reminded us that “Suck My Left One” is about her 13 year old sister getting harassed by older men. A Bikini Kill show is a lively, fun punk rock gig, but the messages are as important as ever. There’s still work to do. Smash the patriarchy.’

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Bikini Kill at the Greek Theatre

‘There wasn’t much funny business, but there was plenty of joy as the original line-up of vocalist Kathleen Hanna, drummer Tobi Vail and bassist Kathi Wilcox on bass — joined by guitarist Erica Dawn Lyle — entertained a cross-generational crowd. The show, one of more than 50 on their tour, was the band’s first L.A. appearance since their four-night residency at the Hollywood Palladium in 2019, which marked their return to live performances after more than two decades away.’

Orange County Register

Bikini Kill’s Kathleen Hanna discusses getting the band back together and back on the road

‘When Bikini Kill in 2019 played its first full shows in more than two decades, the response was overwhelmingly positive.

“If anything, people were singing a little too loud, so I couldn’t hear myself,” Hanna says, laughing. “Which is not a bad problem to have.”’

Brooklyn Vegan

Ty Segall announces new album “Hello, Hi” and shares title track

‘Ty Segall has announced his 14th solo album “Hello, Hi” that will be out July 22 via Drag City. After the synthesized gleam of Harmonizer, he’s going in a different direction this time: “Tossing down straight acoustic shots with electric guitar back, ‘Hello, Hi’ rides through the valley of yer ol’ Canyon legends, finding an isolated place to unspool Ty’s copious reserves of nervous energy beneath an open sky.’

Spin Magazine

King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard Keep Getting Bigger, And They’re As Surprised As Anyone

‘Indeed, the band is achieving any number of new milestones in the weeks ahead, from selling out two Red Rocks shows eight months in advance (a third was just added), to playing their largest New York-area concert to date in October at the 13,000-capacity Forest Hills Tennis Stadium and reaching the top tiers of international festival lineups with zero radio airplay or traditional promo.’

Stereogum

Ty Segall – “Hello, Hi”

‘Human psych-rock factory Ty Segall isn’t the type to sit still for long. Last summer, Segall released his surprise LP Harmonizer. Earlier this year, he followed that LP with his soundtrack for the documentary Whirlybird. And now Segall has announced plays to drop a whole new LP on the world this summer, and he’s shared its absolute rocker of a first single.’

Alternative Press

Ty Segall announces new album ‘Hello, Hi,’ shares title track

‘Segall predominantly self-recorded the album at his home in California. “Hello, Hi” is quintessential Segall: fuzzed-out psych-rock…Over the years, Segall has cemented himself as a prolific rocker.’

Consequence of Sound

Ty Segall Announces New Album Hello, Hi, Shares Title Track: Stream

‘Allow Ty Segall to welcome you to his new album. The psych-rocker’s 14th studio LP, Hello, Hi, is due out July 22nd via Drag City, and as a preview, he shared its rousing title track today. Additionally, Segall has unveiled a run of tour dates across North America and Europe for Summer 2022.’

Pitchfork

Ty Segall Announces New Album “Hello, Hi”, Shares New Song: Listen

‘Ty Segall has announced his next album, “Hello, Hi”. The Harmonizer follow-up arrives in July 22 via Segall’s longtime label home Drag City. Segall predominantly self-recorded the album at his home in California. Today, he has shared the album’s title track.’

Under The Radar

Ty Segall Announces New Album, Shares Title Track “Hello, Hi”

‘Ty Segall has announced a new album, “Hello, Hi”, and shared its title track. “Hello, Hi” is due out July 22 via Drag City. ‘

Spin

Hear Ty Segall’s Thunderous New Song ‘Hello, Hi’

‘“Hello, Hi” is a thundering ruckus of electric sound. Alternating between his vulnerable pleas and bashing strums, Segall’s wish is simple: “I leave a gift and I want to cry / A box of wood and a curtain / I just want to say hi.”’

New Noise Magazine

NEWS News: King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard Release Video ‘Kepler-22B’

‘King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard have dropped a video for the track “Kepler-22B” from their new album Omnium Gatherum dropping Friday, April 22.

“Kepler-22b” samples Barney Mcall’s “Yemaya One.” The same day Omnium Gatherum makes its long-awaited debut, tickets go on sale for a third show at Red Rocks Amphitheater following two already sold-out appearances. Tickets for other dates are on sale at the official King Giz website.’

The Fire Note

King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard: Omnium Gatherum [Album Review]

‘Over the course of its 16 tracks, Omnium Gatherum (which is Latin for “a collection of miscellaneous people or things”) constantly surprises, at least on the first few listens. The experience is like wandering through an unfamiliar house, peeking in each room to see what’s behind the door and finding something new and different almost every time. ‘