The Dream Syndicate: “Glide”

The Dream Syndicate - by Chris Sikich

The Dream Syndicate. Photo: Chris Sikich.


How Did I Find Myself Here?,  The Dream Syndicate’s first LP since 1988 will be released via Anti on September 8th.

 

THE DREAM SYNDICATE – 2017 TOURING SCHEDULE:

Sept 29 Portland, OR – Star Theater

Sept 30 Seattle, WA – Tractor Tavern

Oct 14 Oslo – Rockefeller

Oct 15 Göteborg – Pustervik

Oct 16 Stockholm – Kägelbanan Södra Teatern

Oct 18 Copenhagen – VEGA

Oct 19 Hamburg – Uebel & Gefährlich

Oct 20 Bonn – Rockapalast Crossroads Festival 2017

Oct 21 Berlin – Festsaal Kreuzberg

Oct 22 Groningen—Vera

Oct 23 Amsterdam – Bitterzoet

Oct 24 Paris – Centre Barbara Fleury Goutte-d’Or (FGO)

Oct 25 Turin – Spazio 211

Oct 26 Milan – Magnolia Segrate

Oct 27 Bologna – Locomotiv

Oct 28 Zurich—El Lockal

Oct 30 London – The Lexington

Oct 31 London—The Lexington

Nov 01 Leeds – Brudenell Social Club

Nov 03 Leuven – Het Depot

Nov 04 Athens – Gagarin

Dec 01 Somerville, MA—ONCE

Dec 02 New York, NY – Bowery Ballroom

Dec 03 Columbus, OH – Ace of Cups

Dec 04 Chicago, IL – Thalia Hall

Dec 05 Minneapolis, MN – Fine Line

Dec 06 St. Louis, MO – Off Broadway

Dec 07 Nashville, TN – High Watt

Dec 08 Atlanta, GA – The Earl

Dec 09 Relaigh, NC – Stag’s Head

Dec 10 Richmond, VA – Capitol Ale House

Dec 15 Los Angeles, CA – El Rey Theater

Dec 16 San Francisco, CA – Independent

Cass McCombs – “Opposite House”

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Cass McCombs combines forces with Angel Olsen  on “Opposite House,” a track from Mangy Love, his latest LP on Anti. Encompassing melodious, soft-rock inflected ballads and profane alt-folk that is gut wrenching in its impact, Mangy Love is his widest ranging release to date, and is effective throughout its many stylistic twists and turns. Olsen, whose LP My Woman is out this month on Jagjaguwar, makes for a winsome duet partner on “Opposite House,” a standout song with a multi-hued and mysterious arrangement.