Posts Tagged ‘The Dandy Warhols’

Free Show: Red Bull Sound Select Presents The Dandy Warhols W/ Theophilus London, The Sour Notes & Gentlemen Rogues

June 27th, 2013

Saturday, July 27th

Stubb’s Austin

Doors @ 7pm

Red Bull Sound Select

Red Bull Sound Select has started a great trend of putting on really killer shoes in select cities. They brought The Smashing Pumpkins to SXSW with 3 amazing local bands, and now they’re bringing The Dandy Warhols! This year The Dandy’s have re-released their most defining album, Thirteen Tales From Urban Bohemia. Before the current tour, they had been doing surprise mini pop up shows in notable Portland spots. On a recent jaunt to the city, it had been hoped that a right place right time situation would occur, and they’d be caught live if only for a moment, but alas, no such luck. A few of the Dandys were spotted at a Black Rebel Motorcycle Club show that week though, we’ll take what we can get.

This is a really great lineup. Theophilus London is a genre bending hip-hop artist who puts on a great live show, and The Sour Notes and Gentleman Rogues are two killer Austin bands on the rise who are perfect to get into to support your local music scene.

The tickets for this event are free, but they must be requested through the Red Bull Sound Select website. It requires you to sign in, and then add content from various social-networking sites to show how you move your local music scene forward. Tickets will be given to fans selected by the bands.

Check out The Dandy Warhols here.

Check out Theophilus London here.

Check out The Sour Notes here.

Check out Gentlemen Rogues here.

By Sania Parekh Posted in Austin , , , ,

The Dandy Warhols & 1776

May 21st, 2012

Tuesday, May 22nd

Emo’s East

$16 tickets

Portland’s The Dandys have been doing their thing for quite a while now, and this is very evident upon seeing them live. They sound so near perfect, exactly as you would expect their songs to sound in your head. You may find yourself saying, “gee, the venue’s sound tonight sure is spot on,” but no, it really is them, they sound just like that no matter where you see them. This hypothesis has been tested by yours truly, and the results don’t lie, The Dandys put on nothing short of an amazing show.  New Album, This Machine, emerged this year, it’s studio release number 1o for them. It is very guitar heavy, more stripped, and has some darker trends present. The scuzz sometimes borders on punk rock, Henry Rollins may dig it, and there’s no real flow, just a cluster of songs presented as is, each with its own vibe to share. Yet still, that classic Dandy Warhols sound lives on, you can hear it somewhere in there, amongst it all, it’s instantly recognizable. An interesting, and fun to listen to, direction for the Dandys to take, and it will be a pleasure to hear what these songs do in a live setting.

Check out the new Dandy Warhols LP, This Machine, HERE.

Check out 1776’s sound ,and get to know them HERE.

By Sania Parekh Posted in Austin , ,

The Dandy Warhols – This Machine

May 14th, 2012


Eclectic Creation

This Machine is the Dandy Warhol’s eighth album. It was mixed in the U.K. by Tchad Blake, who is well known for his work with the Black Keys. This Machine includes many different music styles including alternative/indie rock, pop, experimental, & good old rock ‘n’ roll. Read more…

By Lory Gary Posted in Reviews

Dandy Warhols Announce New Album This Machine For April 2012 Release

March 1st, 2012

The alternative rock band Dandy Warhols has announced that they will be releasing a new album, This Machine, on April 24th.  The band recorded their eighth album in The Odditorium with producer Jeremy Sherrer.  Courtney Taylor-Taylor, the group’s singer-guitarist, describes This Machine as “stripped down, woody and extremely guitar centric.” Read more…

By Rebecca Borison Posted in News

Austin Psych Fest 4 Schedule Released, Lineup Adds & New Location

March 29th, 2011

April 29th – May 1

Seaholm Power Plant


Some fresh info on Austin Psych Fest 4 as it draws near, only a month away! Another venue change, just to keep us on our toes, it’s all now going down at Seaholm power plant. A positive change to a bigger venue, it looks like this monster of a weekend just keeps growing, and growing. Also, some impressive new names have been added to the lineup, including past APF rockers A Place To Bury Strangers, a slot on Sunday for a ’special guest,’ and Pete International Airport, which includes members of The Dandy Warhols.

Weekend passes are currently running $100 & individual days $40. Soooooo much bang for your buck, check out the schedule below, get ready for an amazing weekend ATX! A good time, and tinnitus are nearly guaranteed with this one.


Stage one:

6:30 – ZaZa

7:30 – Beach Fossils

8:30 – Night Beats

9:30 – Atlas Sound

10:30 – Crystal Stilts

11:30 – A Place To Bury Strangers

12:30 – Omar A Rodriguez

Stage two:

5:30 – Christian Bland

6:00 – Sky Drops

7:00 – Zechs Marquis

8:00 – Blue Angel Lounge

9:00 – Quarter After

10:00 – Radio Moscow

11:00 – Shapes Have Fangs

12:00 – No Joy

1:00 – Tobacco

2:00 – This Will Destroy You


Stage one:

2:30 – Ghost Box Orchestra

3:30 – Woodsman

4:30 – Shine Brothers

5:30 – Beaches

6:30 – Black Ryder

7:30 – Sleepy Sun

8:30 – Fresh and Onlys

9:30 – Crocodiles

10:30 – Prefuse 73

11:30 – Black Moth Super Rainbow

12:30 – Spectrum

Stage two:

2:00 – Tjutjuna

2:50 – Holy Wave

3:40 – Weird Owl

4:30 – Vacant Lots

5:20 – Cloudland Canyon

6:10 – Pontiak

7:00 – White Hills

8:00 – Lumerians


Stage one:

3:30 – Diamond Center

4:30 – Black Hollies

5:30 – Dirty Beaches

6:30 – Pete International Airport (members of Dandy Warhols and Upsidedown)

7:30 – The Growlers

8:30 – *Special Guests

9:30 – Roky Erickson

10:45 – The Black Angels

Stage two:

3:00 – Hellfire Social

4:00 – Chris Catalena

5:00 – ST37

6:00 – Daughters of the Sun

7:00 – The Cult of Dom Keller

8:00 – Wall of Death

9:00 – Cold Sun

12:00 – Sound Mass

By Sania Parekh Posted in Austin , , ,