News featuring Burial

The following news stories mention Burial. Stories are compiled from a hand-picked selection of popular music news sites based in Great Britain, Europe and the United States. Updated less than 11 hours ago.

’14 Jul 25 Fri

Friday 25th July

  • After The Burial, Texas In July, I Declare War, Reflections & Come The Dawn Tour Announced (Updated)

    After The Burial, Texas In July, I Declare War, Reflections and Come The Dawn have a fall North American tour planned. The trek was just officially announced and runs as follows: 09/16 Joliet, IL – Mojoes 09/18 St. Louis, MO – Pop’s 09/19 Indianapolis, IN – Emerson Theatre 09/20 Flint, MI – Machine Shop 09/21 Pittsburgh, PA – Altar Bar 09/22 Buffalo, NY – The Waiting Room 09/24 Worcester, MA – The Palladium 09/25 Albany, NY – Bogies 09/28 Springfield, … Continue reading →

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’14 Jul 24 Thu

Thursday 24th July

  • Hyperdub celebrating 10th anniversary with compilations; Kode9, Ikonika, DJ Spinn & others going on label tour (dates)

    DJ Spinn's set at Pitchfork 2014 (more by James Richards IV)

    Forward-thinking electronic label Hyperdub turns 10 this year and in celebration of that they're releasing four compilations, the first two of which are already out, featuring material from the label's artists including Burial, Jessy Lanza, Cooly G, the late DJ Rashad, Kuedo, DVA and more. Many Hyperdub artists will also be heading out on a label tour of North America which hits NYC on September 18 at Verboten with label founder Kode9, Scratcha DVA, DJ Spinn b2b Taso, Ikonika, Jubilee and Star Eyes. Tickets for that show are on sale now.

    Read the complete article at www.brooklynvegan.com

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Tuesday 3rd June

  • Caribou – “Can’t Do Without You”

    Electronic dance music has always factored into Dan Snaith’s experimental psych-pop project Caribou, and that was never truer than on 2010′s fantastic Swim. But “Can’t Do Without You,” the first song Snaith is sharing from Caribou’s new Our Love, might surpass even Swim in terms of sheer dance-floor elation. The influence of Snaith’s buddy Burial [...]

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