New music is due from Vilma Flood, Zylva, and Deniz Cuylan, while older music is due from Surgeon, Albert Ayler, and Amon Düül.
New music is due from Mike Cooper, Sister Iodine, and Mark, while old music is due from Glenn Branca, Low, and Matthew Young.
New music is due from Kevin Drumm, Pere Ubu, and Station 17, while old music is due from The Modern Lovers, Arovane, and King Tubby.
May 18 Brooklyn at Public Records in duo with Jim White
May 19 private party in Northhampton DM me for details (this one is also a Jim White duo show)
May 20 Portland Maine SPACE Gallery (solo) opening for Bill Callahan
May 21 Keene NH The Thing In Spring in duo with Jim White
May 22 Burlington VT UVA Recital Hall (solo) opening for Bill Callahan
May 23 Montreal QC La Sotterenea (solo) sharing the night with Safia Nolin
June 9-11 Shenzhen China at Tomorrow Festival (solo)
July 16 Portland Oregon Turn Turn Turn in duo with Tara-Jane O'Neil
06-18 Austin, TX – Oblivion Access Festival @ Empire Control Room
06-21 San Diego, CA – Brick by Brick †
06-22 San Francisco, CA – DNA Lounge †
06-23 Los Angeles, CA – El Rey Theatre †
06-24 Denver, CO – Trve Bacchanale @ Gothic Theatre
06-28 Portland, OR – Hawthorne Theatre †
06-29 Salt Lake City, UT – Metro Music Hall †
06-30 Lawrence, KS – The Bottleneck †
07-01 Atlanta, GA – Terminal West †
07-02 Orlando, FL – Conduit †
09-13 Philadelphia, PA – Underground Arts ‡
09-14 Baltimore, MD – Baltimore Soundstage ‡
09-15 Cambridge, MA – The Middle East ‡
09-16 Queens, NY – Desertfest @ Knockdown Center
09-20 Monreal, Québec – Foufounes Electriques ‡
09-21 Toronto, Ontario – Lee’s Palace ‡
09-22 Detroit, MI – El Club ‡
09-24 Chicago, IL – Coldwaves Festival @ The Metro
† with Prison Religion
‡ with Cel Genesis
New music is due from Brandon López, Other:M:other, and Edena Gardens, while older music is due from Bo Carter, Fugazi, and Bikini Kill.
New music is due from Surgeon, Éliane Radigue, and JK Flesh, while older music is due from Robert Gerard Pietrusko, Einstürzende Neubauten, and Merzbow.
New music is due from Uboa, Bill Orcutt, and Tim Hecker, while old music is due from Wanda Sá, The Lo Yo Yo, and Rudimentary Peni.
New music is due from dragonchild, Xylouris White, and The Creative Technology Consortium, while old music is due from Hako Yamasaki, Sister Grotto, and Hüsker Dü.
New music is due from Robocop Kraus, Christoph de Babalon, and The Infinity Ring, while old music is due from Timo van Luijk & Kris Vanderstraeten, Planning For Burial, and The Fall.
New music is due from Cioz, Vlasislav Delay, and µ-ziq, while old music is due from Aquarius, Plastic Palace People, and Valentina Goncharova.
Newer music is due from Nocturnal Emissions, Martina Lussi, and Paul St. Hilaire, while older music is due from Creation, La Monte Young/Marian Zazeela, and The Outcasts.
Newer music is due from Cisser Mæhl, Al Cisneros vs. The Bug, and Benoît Pioulard, while older music is due from Chris & Cosey, Grouper, and Felt.
Newer music is due from Giles Corey, Bill Seaman and Stephen Vitiello, and The Veils, while older music is due from Fluxion, Dinosaur L, and Gregory Kramer.
New music is due from Brix Smith, Ambassador Hazy, and Harlon & the Dead Crows, while older music is due from Sote, Muslimgauze, and Pauline Oliveros..
Newer music is due from Edward Ka-Spel, Joseph Allred, and Jo Johnson, while older music is due from The Loft, Gas, and Kiln.
New music is due from Negativland, Atom™, and Clarice Jensen, while old music is due from Willie Bobo, Eyeless In Gaza, and Jackie-O Motherfucker.
New music is due from Hüma Utku, Volker Bertelmann and Hildur Guðnadóttir, and Vladislav Delay, while older music is due from Klaus Schulze, The Durutti Column, and Andy Bell.
New music is due from Ak'chamel, Orchestra Gold, and Duane Pitre, while older music is due from Harry Bertoia, Thomas Köner, and Merzbow.
The Brainwashed Readers Poll aims to be set apart by other online music polls. The staff and contributors aren't here to dictate to readers what we think people should be enjoying, we welcome the community to voice their opinion, and then we add our bits and pieces after.
Thanks again to all who have taken part in this year's Readers Poll. And thanks to all for your patience as this was the first year voting began after the year ended. Lots of surprises this year but keep in mind we all have been voting on what we liked and the items that seem to overlap the most with people rise to the top. See something missing? Sorry, it's a readers poll, participate more next year!