Posts Tagged ‘Deer Tick’

Diamond Rugs Announce New Album Cosmetics For February 2015 Release

December 4th, 2014
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Diamond Rugs have announced a new album, Cosmetics, out February 24th, 2015.

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Deer Tick To Celebrate 10th Anniversary With Six Night Residency At Brooklyn Bowl

November 16th, 2014
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Alt-country rockers Deer Tick plan to celebrate their 10th anniversary with a six night residency starting the day after Christmas at the Brooklyn Bowl in New York.

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Deer Tick Announces Summer 2014 Tour Dates

May 18th, 2014
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Providence based alt-rockers Deer Tick have announced an exciting set of confirmed tour dates fo this summer.
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Deer Tick and The Hold Steady, Live at the House of Blues, Boston

April 19th, 2014
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Deer Tick and The Hold Steady kicked off their joint tour at the House of Blues Boston following some in studio collaborations and covers of each other’s favorite work. Deer Tick was first to take the stage to catcalls and cheers as frontman John McCauley gave a “Hey what’s up!” and charmingly introduced the set with a slight slur, “We’re really excited to be here with our friends The Hold Steady tonight. Let’s make some music and words and screaming.” Read more…

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ATO Records Announces Compilation Album Bob Dylan In The 80s: Volume One Featuring Aaron Freeman, Slash, Glen Hansard and More for March 2014 Release

January 23rd, 2014
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80’s era Dylan isn’t the first thing to come to mind when the subject of compilation albums comes up, but that’s exactly what this slew of esteemed musicians intend to cover. The result, Bob Dylan In The 80’s: Volume 1, is due for release March 25.
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Deer Tick – Negativity

September 25th, 2013
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A Positive Performance

Though it may not have looked like it at SXSW, John McCauley is in relative crisis. It’s the kind that makes you write sweeping, haunting ballads of the parallel realities where McCauley’s ex isn’t opening for his curated showcase but singing alongside the Deer Tick frontman. Nicki Darlin and the rest of Those Darlins delivered a commanding performance before McCauley took the stage with a barrage of special guests during the Red Bull Sound Select. McCauley, of course, found himself onstage with the rest of Deer Tick. The early spring jam session was hardly indicative of their next album, however.
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By April Siese Posted in Reviews

WATCH: Nirvana Performs “Rape Me” from MTV’s Live and Loud Concert Special

September 19th, 2013
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In a move that is delighting Nirvana fans, in preparation for the 20th anniversary multi-format reissue of In Utero, VH1 has released footage of Nirvana performing “Rape Me” during MTV’s 1993 Live and Loud concert, to be released on DVD September 24. Read more…

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LISTEN: Deer Tick Release Stream of New Song “Thyme”

September 18th, 2013
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Another day, another downer. Deer Tick has released yet another soul-crushing stream, this time of new song “Thyme”. Their upcoming album Negativity continues to fill out, and continues to live up to its title.

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LISTEN: Deer Tick Perform Nirvana’s In Utero in Full as Deervana

September 16th, 2013
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Deer Tick celebrated the 20th anniversary of Nirvana’s popular album In Utero. The band performed the entire album at the Brooklyn Bowl “just for fun” frontman John McCauley claims. Read more…

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LISTEN: Deer Tick Release Stream of New Song “Just Friends”

September 12th, 2013
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Anticipation continues to build for the upcoming Deer Tick album. The Rhode Island outfit has released yet another stream, this time of country tearjerker “Just Friends”. Emotionally vulnerable readers should probably move on – melancholy guitars and even more melancholy vocals below.

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