Monthly Archives: October 2012

Daughn Gibson’s free Halloween show

Astro Black Records, Cropped Out, and The Other Side of Life are proud to present: A FREE HALLOWEEN PARTY! with DAUGHN GIBSON — http://daughngibson.com/ — Carslile, PA; on Sub Pop, http://www.subpop.com/ and STATE CHAMPION — http://www.myspace.com/iamstatechampion — from Louisville/Southern Indiana/Chicago, on Sophomore Lounge Records, http://sophomoreloungerecords.com/ Wednesday, October 31st at NACHBAR, http://www.myspace.com/thenachbar 969 Charles Street (at […]

Musicians and artists come out to support The Rud

“Dear Louisville Music fans- The Rudyard Kipling needs our support. If you enjoy drinking and would like to spend your money on alcohol, tonight (TUESDAY, OCT. 30th) at the Rudyard Kipling would be a really great day to do so. If you don’t enjoy drinking and would just like to support the Rud, tonight (TUESDAY, […]

Father John Misty plays Headliners next year

Wednesday, January 9th will mark the first live performance in Louisville by rising Sub Pop stars Father John Misty. Bandleader J. Tillman has performed here before, when he drummed for Fleet Foxes. The previously solemn solo singer-songwriter found joy in the Hollywood Hills, and turned on the internet with a bloody good video  starring Aubrey […]

Lil Wayne’s visit to Dillards has been canceled

After suffering seizure-like symptoms on a recent flight, rapper Lil Wayne’s visit to the Jefferson Mall Dillard’s  – to celebrate the sales achieved here by his Trukfit clothing line – scheduled for tomorrow, October 27th, has been canceled. No word yet on a make-up date. Let’s hope he drinks his syrup and feels better soon.

Jim White: The LEO interview

Jim White BY DAMIEN MCPHERSON leo@leoweekly.com Jim White with Alex Wright & the Maven Down Friday, October 26 Uncle Slayton’s 1017 E. Broadway uncleslaytons.com $10 adv., $13 door; 9 p.m. Jim White is a singer-songwriter who spent the first 10 years of his career with the weirdos at Luaka Bop, crafting nu-Americana with unique production […]

Ronald Jenkees returns to the YouTubes

According to our music industry colleagues at Gawker, South End You Tube star and keyboards wiz Ronald Jenkees has returned after nearly four years with a new YouTubes: A new full-length album is due soon-ish.

Half of the 2 Live Crew is coming (without Luke)

Fresh Kid Ice and Brother Marquis, the two members of 2 Live Crew still performing as the group, will entertain at ZaZoo’s on Halloween. So, it’s also a costume party, naturally. The New Vintage Showcase presents A Halloween/Costume Party with: 2 LIVE CREW and special guests Wednesday, October 31 Live at ZaZoo’s 102 Bauer Ave […]

Yo La Tengo & Calexico are joining forces

Their new EP Stupid Things is merely a tease of what long-running New York indie rockers Yo La Tengo are planning to unfurl early next year. Around that time, they will bring their  show to the Brown Theater, with fellow vets Calexico (whose latest LP, Algiers, is one of the finest of this  year). Here’s […]

The Raveonettes: album review

The Raveonettes Observator (VICE) Soft and dissonant, Observator is a continuation of the well-crafted indie rock that The Raveonettes have been creating since their first full-length, Chain Gang of Love, back in 2001. Similar in sound to Mazzy Star and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Sharin Foo of The Raveonettes is Denmark’s version of Karen O. […]

WFPK concert series moves indoor for winter

“WFPK Winter Wednesdays,” a seasonal spin-off of the popular April – September “WFPK Waterfront Wednesdays,” will begin on November 28th at the Clifton Center, with headliner Cory Chisel and the Wandering Sons at 8:30 p.m. and opener Von Grey at 7:30 p.m. The monthly series will run through February, on December 19, January 30, and […]