12/17: Pere Ubu @ Slims
12/18: Holograms @ Bottom of the Hill
12/28: Mathew Johnson, HRDVSION, Ewan Pearson, Kate Simko @ PW
1/18: Toy @ The Chapel
1/23: Wooden Shjips @ The Chapel
1/25: !!! @ The Chapel
1/25: Robag Whrume @ Public Works
2/4: Frankie Rose, The Mantles @ Rickshaw Stop
2/22: Xiu Xiu @ Bottom of the Hill
2/24: Courtney Barnett @ Rickshaw Stop
3/7: Anthony Naples, Four Tet @ Echoplex
3/23: Kraftwerk @ Fox Theater Oakland
Too big. Unless they're going to go all The National on us, and book huge venues out of the blue.
any chance they're playing roskilde?
Way out west:
i'm pretty sure they'll be at Primavera
if so, thats where i'll catch them
if not, Munich on May 1st is a second option
of course, if they are at Red rocks, then all other plans are rubbish and we are flying there again
From the website.
We haven’t played live for 6 years, we had no idea what the demand for these shows would be like. We could never have imagined the response we have had.
Due to this huge demand a lot of you have not got the tickets you where hoping for. We are very sorry for this as we want to give everyone who signed up the chance to see the Shaking The Habitual Show.
We made every effort to put in place a system that would allow fans the first chance to get these tickets but unfortunately there was just far too much demand for the number of tickets that are available for this run of dates!
This situation was also made a lots worse by ‘scalpers’ buying up tickets which you can now see on sale via secondary ticketing and auction sites for far more than the face-value of the original tickets.
We would prefer it if no one had to buy any ticket above face-value from any of these sites, we are currently looking into upgrading the existing venues and adding more shows in 2013. We will also be announcing European festival appearances very soon.
It's up on the Oya site now too.
the 30sec preview is up!
Eric Prydz: EP/IC: 11/29 @ Aragon Ballroom
Coachella: 4/11-13 @ Empire Polo Fields
its gonna be a trrriiipppppyyyyyyy album
The best part of Full of Fire is the bit around the 4:40 mark where it sounds like they are treading on a puppy.