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  • March 11, 2014

    FORT GEORGE & SUICIDE SQUEEZE RECORDS PRESENT: SUICIDE SQUEEZE IPA, FORT GEORGE 7”

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    For every beer there is a time, for every season a Fort George collaboration. And this spring, Fort George Brewery and Suicide Squeeze Records have banded together to bring you Suicide Squeeze IPA - a 16-oz venture blending the Northwest’s long love affair with music, art, and craft beer.

    Out of the ‘90s Pacific Northwest music scene, Suicide Squeeze Records founder David Dickenson forged his own path with artists like Modest Mouse, Elliott Smith, and Pedro the Lion. Starting with a 7” vinyl from local indie duo 764-Hero, the label has grown to include a diverse range of regional rock bands and international artists. Still, their mission has remained true to those early Northwest musical pioneers – to make something for the pure joy of it.

    The can design for Suicide Squeeze IPA fell into the talented hands of Seattle artist Jesse LeDoux. Born in Portland, Oregon, Jesse worked for many years as an art director for Seattle-based Sub Pop Records. There he created iconic album and poster artwork for groups like Death Cab for Cutie, Iron and Wine, and The Shins (for which he earned a Best Recording Package Grammy Nomination for Chutes Too Narrow). In 2004 he started his own design business, LeDouxville, and continues to work on commercial illustration and collaborative projects.

    “We don’t make beer for style-guidelines, we just make beer that tastes great,” has always been the motto of Jack Harris. As Fort George Brew Master and co-owner, he has seen the brewery blossom from a small start-up pub to the 10th fastest growing brewery in the Country in 2012, as ranked by The New Yorker. Celebrating its 7th anniversary, Fort George continues to think outside the box with unique collaborations, can designs, and beers. But of course, the goal is the same – to make something for the pure enjoyment of it.

    Suicide Squeeze IPA is a 4.5% ABV session beer, with all of the hop aroma and flavor you’ve come to expect from a Fort George IPA. Organic two-row barley lays the base, with heaping amounts of Mosaics and a touch of Citra hops. Crisp, floral, and bursting with flavor, Suicide Squeeze IPA is an ode to springtime in the Northwest.

    Join Fort George and Suicide Squeeze Records for the can release party at The Beer Junction in West Seattle, Saturday March 15th at 6pm. Meet the craftspeople behind the collaboration, and be the first in Seattle to sample this spring seasonal. Then, grab a pint at these venues and check out the artists brought to you by Suicide Squeeze Records:

    This Will Destroy You
    March 19th – 8pm
    Barboza
    Seattle, WA

    The Black Lips with The Coathangers
    March 28th – 8pm
    Neumos Crystal Ball Reading Room
    Seattle, WA

    The Black Lips with The Coathangers
    March 29th– 8pm
    The Hawthorne Theatre
    Portland, OR

    Guantanamo Baywatch with Wampire
    March 29th - 8pm
    Mississippi Studios
    Portland, OR

    Suicide Squeeze is also releasing the “Fort George” 7”—a collection of four classic tracks from the Suicide Squeeze catalog by some of the Northwest’s greatest artists. Featuring previously released singles, rarities, and out-of-print tracks by Modest Mouse, Black Mountain, Elliott Smith, and Minus The Bear, the “Fort George” compilation provides a prime overview of the eclectic and iconic Northwest indie rock scene fostered by Suicide Squeeze and commemorated through Fort George’s special microbrew. The “Fort George” 7” is limited to 1,000 copies on amber “beer” colored vinyl and comes with a download code.

    Track-listing:
    A1. Modest Mouse “A Life of Arctic Sounds”
    A2. Black Mountain “Voices”
    AA1. Elliott Smith “Division Day
    AA2. Minus the Bear “Pachuca Sunrise (acoustic)”

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  • March 5, 2014

    GUANTANAMO BAYWATCH ANNOUNCES SHANNON AND THE CLAMS SPLIT, TOUR DATES

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    LOVE KIN PREMIERE AT IMPOSE

    Let’s be honest-split 7”s can sometimes be one-sided affairs where two mismatched artists’ juxtaposing sounds do little to compliment each other. But if there were ever two bands who were made to share a slab of wax, it’s Guantanamo Baywatch and Shannon & The Clams. The two bands are teaming up for a split single as part of Suicide Squeeze Records’ heralded singles series (out April 29th, 2014). The label is giving us a preview with a new track from Guantanamo Baywatch (see Impose debut).
     
    Listen/Post: "Love Kin" by Guantanamo Baywatch
     
    Suicide Squeeze Records’ latest Portland-based signees, Guantanamo Baywatch, continue their tradition of filtering AM radio rock n’ roll, surf, and rockabilly through a layer of punk sleaze into a ribald and hyper-sexualized ruckus with their country-fried two-step “Love Kin”. On the flipside, Oakland’s Shannon & The Clams invoke golden oldies like Del Shannon, ’60s girl-groups like The Shirelles, and the bawdy revisionism of John Waters’s ’50s throwback films with the prom-theme “Mama”. Together, Guantanamo Baywatch and Shannon & The Clams both summon different classic sounds of yesteryear, strip it of it’s youthful innocence, substitute Phil Spectors’ wall-of-sound production with DIY grit, and wind up re-contextualizing the early pop hit into a new brand of subversive, campy punk rock.
     
    The split 7” is limited to 750 copies (250 on clear with opaque-pink spotted vinyl, 500 on traditional black) that come with a free download code. The two songs are also available digitally worldwide.

    Guantanamo Baywatch tour dates:
    WED MAR 5 - Portland OR, The Know w/ BOOM!
    THU MAR 6 - Boise ID, The Crux w/ BOOM!, Saint Rich
    FRI MAR 7 - Salt Lake City UT, Kilby Court w/ BOOM!
    SAT MAR 8 - Denver CO, Rhinoceropolis w/ BOOM!
    MON MAR 10 - McAllen TX, Galax Z Fair @ Thirsty Monkey w/ BOOM! 
    WED MAR 12 - Austin TX, SXSW
    - Burger City Party @ Hotel Vegas @ 5:30
    THU MAR 13 - Austin TX, SXSW
    - Lolipop / Burger Party @ Hotel Vegas @ 4:00 pm
    - Black Bell / Cultist Party @ Gypsy @ 5:20 pm
    FRI MAR 14 - Austin TX, SXSW
    - American Icon Party @ Spider House @ 4:00 pm 
    Suicide Squeeze + Hardly Art showcase @ The Liberty @ 7:30 pm 
    SAT MAR 15 - Austin TX, SXSW
    - Burger Party @ Hotel Vegas @ 6:30 pm 
    - Headhunters @ 9:00 pm 
    SUN MAR 16 - San Antonio TX, Burger SXSW Hangover at The Korova
    MON MAR 17 - El Paso TX, So Sick Fest w/ Audacity, BOOM!
    TUE MAR 18 - Tempe AZ, Yucca Tap Room
    WED MAR 19 - Las Vegas NV, The Griffin w/ BOOM!
    THU MAR 20 - San Pedro CA, Harold’s Place w/ BOOM!
    SAT MAR 22 - Santa Ana CA, Burgerama III at The Observatory
    MON MAR 24 - San Francisco CA, Knockout w/ BOOM! 
    WED MAR 26 - Eugene OR, 543 Blair w/ BOOM!
    SAT MAR 29 - Portland OR, Mississippi Studios w/ Wampire

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  • February 25, 2014

    THE COATHANGERS SHARE VIDEO FOR “FOLLOW ME” FEATURING: MASTODON IN DISGUISE

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    DIRECTED BY NEWMERICA

    FOLLOW ME VIDEO PREMIERE AT PITCHFORK

    YOU MUST watch The Coathangers' new amusing video for “Follow Me” which features their heavy metal buddies and fellow Atlantans, Mastodon, disguised in ladies clothing, singing the lead single from upcoming Suck My Shirt. The album drops March 18 and the first pressing is limited to 1,000 copies (100 custom mint vinyl / 900 fluorescent green vinyl). We also just repressed the Larceny & Old Lace LP, limited to 500 copies (100 fluorescent pink vinyl / 400 translucent green vinyl). The 100 mint and 100 fluorescent pink copies are only available through The Coathangers on the road.

    The ladies bang out another full North American tour this spring - bringing their sassy and unruly live performance to this year’s SXSW, Spillover, Burgerama Fests and legs with The Black Lips and Audacity - see a full list of dates below.

    Suck My Shirt retains the alluring spontaneity and happy accidents of their early releases, but this time the (now) trio push sounds far more deliberate and locked-in than anything they’ve done in the past. Spikey, jarring guitar riffs, raspy vocals and solid melodic hooks are still apparent on their sophisticated side which sounds less like a jubilant version of Huggy Bear and more like the art-pop of late-era Minutemen. So far its garnered critical acclaim from Pitchfork, Stereogum, Nylon, Blurt and many more.

    POST: "Follow Me" video

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    Tour Dates:
    SAT MAR 8 - Atlanta GA, Star Bar - RECORD RELEASE SHOW
    MON MAR 10 - New Orleans LA, Siberia w/ Ex Hex
    TUE MAR 11 - Houston TX, Fitzgerald’s Downstairs
    WED MAR 12 - Austin TX, SXSW
    THU MAR 13 - Austin TX, SXSW
    FRI MAR 14 - Austin TX, Suicide Squeeze + Hardly Art showcase @ The Liberty
    SAT MAR 15 - Austin TX, SXSW
    SUN MAR 16 - Dallas TX, Spillover Festival
    TUE MAR 18 - El Paso TX, Lowbrow Palace
    THU MAR 20 - Pioneertown CA, Pappy and Harriet’s w/ Black Lips
    FRI  MAR 21 - Los Angeles CA, El Rey Theatre w/ Black Lips
    SAT MAR 22 - Santa Ana CA, Burgerama Fest III at The Observatory
    SUN MAR 23 - Felton CA, Don Quixote’s w/ Black Lips
    MON MAR 24 - San Francisco CA, Great American Music Hall w/ Black Lips
    TUE MAR 25 - Sacramento CA, Assembly w/ Black Lips
    THU MAR 27 - Vancouver BC, Rickshaw Theatre w/ Black Lips
    FRI  MAR 28 - Seattle WA, Neumos w/ Black Lips
    SAT MAR 29 - Portland OR, Hawthorne Theater w/ Black Lips
    SUN MAR 30 - Boise ID, Neurolux w/ Black Lips
    MON MAR 31 - Salt Lake City UT, Urban Lounge w/ Black Lips
    WED APR 2 - Denver CO, Bluebird Theater w/ Black Lips
    THU APR 3 - Albuquerque NM, Sister Bar w/ Black Lips
    FRI APR 4 - Phoenix AZ, Crescent Ballroom w/ Black Lips
    SAT APR 5 - San Diego CA, Belly Up Tavern w/ Black Lips
    SUN APR 6 - Tucson AZ, Club Congress w/ Audacity
    WED APR 9 - Grinnell IA, Grinnell College w/ Audacity
    THU APR 10 - St. Paul MN, Turf Club w/ Audacity
    FRI APR 11 - Chicago IL, Empty Bottle w/ Audacity
    SAT APR 12 - Bloomington IN, The Bishop w/ Audacity
    SUN APR 13 - Detroit MI, Lager House w/ Audacity
    MON APR 14 - Toronto ON, Silver Dollar w/ Audacity
    TUE APR 15 - Montreal QC, Divan Orange w/ Audacity
    WED APR 16 - Boston MA, Great Scott w/ Audacity
    THU APR 17 - Brooklyn NY, Baby’s All Right w/ Audacity
    FRI APR 18 - New York NY, Mercury Lounge w/ Audacity
    SAT APR 19 - Philadelphia PA, Kung Fu Necktie w/ Audacity
    SUN APR 20 - Washington DC, Comet Ping Pong w/ Audacity
    TUE APR 22 - Richmond VA, Strange Matter w/ Audacity
    WED APR 23 - Charlotte NC, Milestone w/ Audacity
    THU APR 24 - Knoxville TN, The Pilot Light w/ Audacity
    FRI APR 25 - Nashville TN, The End w/ Audacity
    SAT APR 26 - Atlanta GA, Atlanta Mess Around @ 529

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  • February 7, 2014

    REPRESSIN’ SESSION

    YAMANTAKA // SONIC TITAN “UZU”

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    Limited edition of 500.

    MINUS THE BEAR “HIGHLY REFINED PIRATES”

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    Limited edition of 500.

    AUDACITY “BUTTER KNIFE”

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    Limited edition of 500.

    MINUS THE BEAR “ACOUSTICS II”

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    Limited edition of 1,000.

    LA LUZ “BRAINWASH”

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    Limited edition of 500.

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  • January 21, 2014

    THE COATHANGERS SHARE “FOLLOW ME” VIA PITCHFORK | PRE-ORDER

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    FOLLOW ME PREMIERE AT PITCHFORK

    Suck My Shirt is the The Coathangers’ fourth full-length. The title refers to an incident involving the salvaging of spilled tequila during the recording session for the album. While the title implies that little has changed with regards to the band’s celebratory mission statement, even just a cursory listen of their latest album demonstrates that there have indeed been changes in The Coathangers’ camp. First off, the quartet was reduced to a trio for the latest record, with keyboardist Bebe Coathanger (Candice Jones) stepping down from her duties. But the absence of keyboards isn’t nearly as noticeable of a difference as the band’s refined songwriting approach. Refinement is an attribute we expect to see in any group that has a career spanning more than a couple of years, but the extent to which The Coathangers have honed their trade with each successive album dwarfs most bands’ maturation. This isn’t to say that The Coathangers have polished their sound; the group once again worked with Ed Rawls and Justin McNeight and The Living Room to attain the same production values of their Larceny & Old Lace album and their recent slew of split 7”s. Rather, the refinement can be heard in the quality of the songs themselves. While the band retains the alluring spontaneity and happy accidents of their early releases, the trio’s current work sounds far more deliberate and locked-in than anything they’ve done in the past.

    “It’s a balance between overthinking and just going for it,” guitarist Crook Kid Coathanger (Julia Kugel) says of their songwriting strategy. It’s a duality immediately apparent with the album opener “Follow Me”. It’s a classic Coathangers tune with the raspy vocals of Rusty Coathanger (Stephanie Luke) belted out over the signature grimy rock laid down by Crook Kid and bassist Minnie Coathanger (Meredith Franco). But the chorus opens into one of the most accessible hooks in the band’s canon, just before segueing into the next verse with a squall of violent dissonant guitar. From there the band launches into “Shut Up”, a title that harkens back to the brash sass of their first record. The song still has its spikey guitar riffs and shouted chorus, but here The Coathangers sound less like a jubilant version of Huggy Bear and more like the art-pop of late-era Minutemen. Dedicated Coathangers fans will recognize the re-worked versions of “Merry Go Round”, “Smother”, “Adderall”, and “Derek’s Song” from their run of limited edition split 7”s, and hearing them in the context of the album shows that these tracks weren’t merely isolated examples of the band’s more sophisticated side, but were actually demonstrative of the group’s increasing capacity for nestling solid melodic hooks and rock heft into their repertoire. By the time the band wraps up the album with the humble pop perfection of “Drive”, it’s hard to believe this was the band that garnered their reputation with raucous bombasts like “Don’t Touch My Shit”.

    LISTEN/POST: FOLLOW ME

    The Coathangers hit the road this spring with their infectious sass and unruly live performance with a kick-off record release show in Atlanta, stops at SXSW, Spillover, Burgerama Fests and dates across the west with the Black Lips.

    Tour Dates:
    SAT JAN 25 - Atlanta GA, Star Bar - Benefit for Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation
    SAT FEB 1 - Athens GA, Green Room
    SAT MAR 8 - Atlanta GA, Star Bar - RECORD RELEASE SHOW
    MON MAR 10 - New Orleans LA, Siberia w/ Ex Hex
    TUE MAR 11 - Houston TX, Fitzgerald’s Downstairs
    WED MAR 12 - SAT MAR 15 - Austin TX, SXSW
    SUN MAR 16 - Dallas TX, Spillover Festival
    TUE MAR 18 - El Paso TX, Lowbrow Palace
    THU MAR 20 - Pioneertown CA, Pappy and Harriet’s w/ Black Lips
    FRI  MAR 21 - Los Angeles CA, El Rey Theatre w/ Black Lips
    SAT MAR 22 - Santa Ana CA, Burgerama Fest w/ Black Lips
    SUN MAR 23 - Felton CA, Don Quixote’s w/ Black Lips
    MON MAR 24 - San Francisco CA, Great American Music Hall w/ Black Lips
    TUE MAR 25 - Sacramento CA, Assembly w/ Black Lips
    THU MAR 27 - Vancouver BC, Rickshaw Theatre w/ Black Lips
    FRI  MAR 28 - Seattle WA, Neumos w/ Black Lips
    SAT MAR 29 - Portland OR, Hawthorne Theater w/ Black Lips
    SUN MAR 30 - Boise ID, Neurolux w/ Black Lips
    MON MAR 31 - Salt Lake City UT, Urban Lounge w/ Black Lips
    WED APR 2 - Denver CO, Bluebird Theater w/ Black Lips
    THU APR 3 - Albuquerque NM, Sister Bar w/ Black Lips
    FRI APR 4 - Phoenix AZ, Crescent Ballroom w/ Black Lips
    SAT APR 5 - San Diego CA, Belly Up Tavern w/ Black Lips
    SUN APR 6 - Tucson AZ, Club Congress w/ Audacity
    WED APR 9 - Grinnell IA, Grinnell College w/ Audacity
    THU APR 10 - St. Paul MN, Turf Club w/ Audacity
    FRI APR 11 - Chicago IL, Empty Bottle w/ Audacity
    SAT APR 12 - Bloomington IN, The Bishop w/ Audacity
    SUN APR 13 - Detroit MI, Lager House w/ Audacity
    MON APR 14 - Toronto ON, Silver Dollar w/ Audacity
    TUE APR 15 - Montreal QC, Divan Orange w/ Audacity
    WED APR 16 - Boston MA, Great Scott w/ Audacity
    THU APR 17 - Brooklyn NY, Baby’s All Right w/ Audacity
    FRI APR 18 - New York NY, Mercury Lounge w/ Audacity
    SAT APR 19 - Philadelphia PA, Kung Fu Necktie w/ Audacity
    SUN APR 20 - Washington DC, Comet Ping Pong w/ Audacity
    TUE APR 22 - Richmond VA, Strange Matter w/ Audacity
    WED APR 23 - Charlotte NC, Milestone w/ Audacity
    THU APR 24 - Knoxville TN, The Pilot Light w/ Audacity
    FRI APR 25 - Nashville TN, The End w/ Audacity
    SAT APR 26 - Atlanta GA, Atlanta Mess Around @ 529

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  • January 16, 2014

    SUICIDE SQUEEZE ANNOUNCES FOREVER SINGLES COMPILATION

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    Limited to 1,000 copies! Whether a testament to the enduring allure of vinyl or the quality of the artists on the roster, Suicide Squeeze continues to make 7”s. And in this era of renewed interest in vinyl, the label’s limited-run releases sell out quickly. Lucky collectors continue to enjoy the vinyl, and the dedicated fans always have the option to download the mp3s. But what’s the better plan for making these recordings endure for posterity? To add mp3s to the ever-expanding annals of the internet, or to create a new slab of wax capturing the best singles Suicide Squeeze has had to offer in recent years? Not content with limiting the songs to the former, the Seattle indie label is going for the latter, culling some of their finest tracks for the compilation album Suicide Squeeze Presents: Forever Singles.

    The LP captures the rowdy garage rock of The Coathangers and Davilla 666, the scraggly dirt-ridden guitars of JEFF the Brotherhood and Heavy Cream, the nostalgic ‘60s girl-group melodies of Bleached and La Luz, the exuberant power pop of Audacity, King Tuff, Nobunny, and Meat Market, the hazy noir soundtrack of Dirty Beaches, the vitriolic basement-show noise-punk of Nu Sensae, the sinister post-punk of Wax Idols, and the West Texas-bred Twin Reverb rock of The Numerators. Bundled together onto one record, the collection perfectly captures the spirit of Suicide Squeeze in the current decade: rambunctious youthful urgency tempered with a hat tip to rock n’ roll’s gritty unsung heroes of the past.

    In keeping with the limited-edition nature of the 7”s, Forever Singles will be released on 1,000 hand-numbered custom green color vinyl. And while the compilation is a vital documentation of the Northwest label’s continuing commitment to bold and brash new artists, it’s also a solid reminder of rock music’s humble beginning on dusty old ‘45s.

    LISTEN / POST: "Electric Chair" by Bleached

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    Suicide Squeeze Records Presents: Forever Singles
    March 4, 2014

    1. The Coathangers “Merry Go Round”
    2. JEFF the Brotherhood “Heavy Days”
    3. Bleached “Electric Chair”
    4. Meat Market “Too Tired”
    5. Heavy Cream “Toasted”
    6. Dirty Beaches “Lone Runner”
    7. Nü Sensae “Throw”
    8. Audacity “Finders Keepers”
    9. La Luz “T.V. Dream”
    10. Nobunny “La La La La Love You”
    11. King Tuff “Wild Desire”
    12. Numerators “Dead”
    13. Wax Idols “Schadenfreude”
    14. Davila 666 “No Crees Que Ya Cansa”

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  • January 6, 2014

    THE COATHANGERS ANNOUNCE ‘SUCK MY SHIRT’ | TOUR WITH BLACK LIPS

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    WATCH THE ALBUM TRAILER

    Atlanta’s ruling garage rock daughters, The Coathangers, strike back with their fourth full-length album, Suck My Shirt, which drops March 18th on Suicide Squeeze Records. The band retains the alluring spontaneity and happy accidents of their early releases, but this time the (now) trio push sounds far more deliberate and locked-in than anything they’ve done in the past. Spikey, jarring guitar riffs, raspy vocals and solid melodic hooks are still apparent on their sophisticated side which sounds less like a jubilant version of Huggy Bear and more like the art-pop of late-era Minutemen. Soon the ladies take their infectious sass and unruly live show across North America with the Black Lips - making stops at this year’s SXSW, Burgerama and Spillover Fests.

    Tour Dates:
    SAT JAN 25 - Atlanta GA, Star Bar - Benefit for Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation
    SAT FEB 1 - Athens GA, Green Room
    SAT MAR 8 - Atlanta GA, Star Bar - RECORD RELEASE SHOW
    MON MAR 10 - New Orleans LA, Siberia w/ Ex Hex
    TUE MAR 11 - Houston TX, Fitzgerald’s Downstairs
    WED MAR 12 - SAT MAR 15 - Austin TX, SXSW
    SUN MAR 16 - Dallas TX, Spillover Festival
    TUE MAR 18 - El Paso TX, Lowbrow Palace
    THU MAR 20 - Pioneertown CA, Pappy and Harriet’s w/ Black Lips
    FRI  MAR 21 - Los Angeles CA, El Rey Theatre w/ Black Lips
    SAT MAR 22 - Santa Ana CA, Burgerama Fest w/ Black Lips
    SUN MAR 23 - Felton CA, Don Quixote’s w/ Black Lips
    MON MAR 24 - San Francisco CA, Great American Music Hall w/ Black Lips
    TUE MAR 25 - Sacramento CA, Assembly w/ Black Lips
    THU MAR 27 - Vancouver BC, Rickshaw Theatre w/ Black Lips
    FRI  MAR 28 - Seattle WA, Neumos w/ Black Lips
    SAT MAR 29 - Portland OR, Hawthorne Theater w/ Black Lips
    SUN MAR 30 - Boise ID, Neurolux w/ Black Lips
    MON MAR 31 - Salt Lake City UT, Urban Lounge w/ Black Lips
    WED APR 2 - Denver CO, Bluebird Theater w/ Black Lips
    THU APR 3 - Albuquerque NM, Sister Bar w/ Black Lips
    FRI APR 4 - Phoenix AZ, Crescent Ballroom w/ Black Lips
    SAT APR 5 - San Diego CA, Belly Up Tavern w/ Black Lips
    SUN APR 6 - Tucson AZ, Club Congress w/ Audacity
    WED APR 9 - Grinnell IA, Grinnell College w/ Audacity
    THU APR 10 - St. Paul MN, Turf Club w/ Audacity
    FRI APR 11 - Chicago IL, Empty Bottle w/ Audacity
    SAT APR 12 - Bloomington IN, The Bishop w/ Audacity
    SUN APR 13 - Detroit MI, Lager House w/ Audacity
    MON APR 14 - Toronto ON, Silver Dollar w/ Audacity
    TUE APR 15 - Montreal QC, Divan Orange w/ Audacity
    WED APR 16 - Boston MA, Great Scott w/ Audacity
    THU APR 17 - Brooklyn NY, Baby’s All Right w/ Audacity
    FRI APR 18 - New York NY, Mercury Lounge w/ Audacity
    SAT APR 19 - Philadelphia PA, Kung Fu Necktie w/ Audacity
    SUN APR 20 - Washington DC, Comet Ping Pong w/ Audacity
    TUE APR 22 - Richmond VA, Strange Matter w/ Audacity
    WED APR 23 - Charlotte NC, Milestone w/ Audacity
    THU APR 24 - Knoxville TN, The Pilot Light w/ Audacity
    FRI APR 25 - Nashville TN, The End w/ Audacity
    SAT APR 26 - Atlanta GA, Atlanta Mess Around @ 529


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    The Coathangers
    Suck My Shirt
    March 18, 2014

    1. Follow Me
    2. Shut Up
    3. Springfield Cannonball
    4. Merry Go Round
    5. Love Em and Leave Em
    6. Zombie
    7. Smother
    8. Dead Battery
    9. Adderall
    10. Derek’s Song
    11. I Wait
    12. Drive

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