Everest: “Raking Me Over the Coals” (CD preview: Tumblr audio)

Rockers Everest are sharing “Raking Me Over The Coals” from their upcoming album Ownerless (out June 26th on ATO Records). Check out the stream (from File Under ?’s Tumblr blog) below.

We’ve also included the band’s summer tour dates.

Raking Me Over the Coals

Everest Tour Dates

# = Alberta Cross

* = Neil Young with Crazy Horse, Los Lobos

^ = Neil Young with Crazy Horse, Patti Smith

06/17: Bowie, MD @ Prince George’s Country Stadium

06/25: New York, NY @ Private Album Release Show

06/26: Washington, DC @ Living Social

06/29: Annapolis, MD @ The ‘RNR Rockin’ River Cruise

07/05: Chicago, IL @ Lincoln Hall

07/06: Columbus, OH @ The Basement #

07/07: Pontiac, MI @ The Crofoot, Pike Room #

07/09: Allston, MA @ Brighton Music Hall #

07/11: Philadelphia, PA @ Johnny Brendas #

07/12: Washington, DC @ Rock N Roll Hotel #

07/14: Cincinatti, OH @ Sawyer Point Park, Banbury Music Festival #

07/16: Nashville, TN – The High Watt #

07/17: St. Louis, MO @ Off Broadway #

07/19: Denver, CO @ Larimer Lounge #

07/22: San Diego, CA @ Casbah #

07/24: Los Angeles, CA @ Troubadour #

07/25: San Francisco, CA @ The Independent #

07/27: Portland, OR @ Peter’s Room #

07/28: Seattle, WA @ The Crocodile #

07/29: Vancouver, CAN @ TBD #

11/10: Seattle, WA @ Key Arena *

11/11: Vancouver, CAN @ Rogers Arena *

11/13: Calgary, CAN @ Scotiabank Saddledome *

11/14: Saskatoon, CAN @ Credit Union Centre *

11/16: Winnipeg, CAN @ MTS Centre *

11/19: Toronto, CAN @ Air Canada Centre *

11/20: Toronto, CAN @ Air Canada Centre

11/23: Montreal, CAN @ Bell Centre ^

11/24: Ottawa, CAN @ Scotiabank Place ^

11/26: Boston, MA @ TD Garden ^

11/27: New York, NY @ Madison Square Garden ^

11/29: Philadelphia, PA @ Wells Fargo Center ^

11/30: Fairfax, VA @ Patriot Center ^

12/2: Bridgeport, CT @ Webster Bank Arena

12/3: Brooklyn, NY @ Barclay Center/Prudential Center

Improv Friday Pipes Down


Over at Sequenza 21 Editor Steve Layton’s Bandcamp page, is a free download of a comp he’s curated, titled ppp. Description and embed below.
“Between April 26th-28th 2012, twenty-five musicians from around the U.S. and the world gathered at the music-sharing website known as ImprovFriday.com. The suggested theme for our sharing was simply “ppp;” i.e., the music term for “extremely soft and quiet.” How each person interpreted this in their own performance was left to them. This CD documents mash-ups I made during the course of the weekend event, of all the different tracks coming in to the site from these musicians. Some tracks were heavily edited, but most were left close to their original state, and simply allowed to interact with the other tracks in an unforced way.”

Musicians: Günter Gläser, Kawol Samarkand, Roger Sundström, Peter Thörn, Glenn Smith, J.C. Combs, Lee Noyes, Kavin Allenson, Steve Moyes, Richard Sanderson, Paul Muller, Lydia Busler-Blais, Benjamin Smith, Jérôme Poirier, Fabio Keiner, Norbert Oldani, Chris Vaisvil, Steve Layton, Paulo Chagas, Steve Moshier, Bruce Hamilton, Shane Cadman, Jim Goodin.

released 29 April 2012




Out today: Creepy Crawlies’ debut LP (MP3)

From Easter to spring cleaning, now is the season in which many of us thing about getting unburied. Not so the duo Creepy Crawlies: the title of their debut self-released full length recording is Get Buried! But as you can hear from the MP3 below (shared via our Tumblr blog), they sure to make getting buried sound appealing, with a winsome yet wall-of-sound brand of indie pop.

Get Buried

The album is out today: help these comely Californians get a leg up in the dog eat dog environment of the record business by supporting it!