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Spacelab Collective: June 14  

Spacelab Collective: June 14

 
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June 14, 2012
 
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Indie rock Montreal band Plants and Animals have just added a bunch of shows to their tour, which is for their album The End of That. They'll be playing select dates in Canada, the U.S. and two shows in Europe. They also have a new video today for the song "H.C."
 
Experimental electronic music act Mount Kimbie have just signed to Warp Records. They made the announcement today on Twitter by saying "Excited and honoured to announce that we have signed to Warp Records! We're looking forward to working together..." Warp says that they're "currently working on their first Warp release." Here's their video for the song "Carbonated."
 
Dan Deacon is touring for his new album America, and he's touring for it in .... America. He'll be "performing with his streamlined ensemble of two drummers -- Jeremy Hyman of Boredoms, Ponytail; Kevin O'Meara of Videohippos -- with America producer Chester Endersby Gwazda joining Dan on electronics." Download his new song "Lots" and find out more.
 
David Byrne and St Vincent are collaborating on a new album called Love This Giant, which includes a tour and "ten collaborative tracks and two written by each musician individually." Find out more and get a download of "The One Who Broke Your Heart."
 
Bon Iver is covering “Who Is It” by Bjork on an upcoming iTunes Session due out on June 19, as part of their Live Session series. Check out a live performance of that song.
 
Frank Zappa reissues are coming, TwentyFourBit tells us, now that his widow Gail Zappa regained the rights to his music from Rykodisc.
 

 

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