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Southeast Engine Fall Tour Dates • Dayton Music Festival • Live & Breathing Session • Shitty Barn Photos
Southeast Engine’s Live & Breathing Video recently went up online. SEE performed a number of songs for the L&B folks out at Pickathon Music Festival 2012.
Live & Breathing recently featured Southeast Engine’s “Adeline of the Appalachian Mountains” alongside sessions by Phosphorescent, Califone, Damien Jurado, Dr. Dog, and many more. The footage was shot in the old Pendarvis Farm pump house on the festival grounds in Happy Valley, OR.
In addition, we wanted to share with you the incredible photos taken by Connie Ward from SEE’s recent show in Spring Green, Wisconsin at The Shitty Barn. This was one of the band’s favorite shows of all time. The people of Spring Green have a good thing going on. You can see the photo album here at their Facebook page (no login required to view).
Lastly, Southeast Engine heads out on a nice midwest jaunt, followed by a slot at the Dayton Music Festival, and a proper east coast tour at November’s beginning. In Dayton, the band’s hometown, SEE will do a set of Guided By Voices songs Friday, October 5 at Omega Music, followed by a regular set at historic Canal St. Tavern on Saturday, October 6. Dates are subject to be added and changed, but below is what we have to announce. Thanks for your support!
Southeast Engine Autumn 2012 Dates
09-20 – Athens, OH – Casa Cantina
09-21 – Morgantown, WV – Gene’s
09-22 – Toledo, OH – Ottawa Tavern
09-23 – Youngstown, OH – Cedar’s Lounge
10-05 – Dayton, OH - Dayton Music Festival @ Omega Music (FREE Show – GBV Set)
10-06 – Dayton, OH – Dayton Music Festival @ Canal Street Tavern
11-01 – Columbus, OH – The Tree Bar
11-02 – Pittsburgh, PA – Club Cafe
11-03 – Washington, DC – The Dunes
11-04 – Phoenixville, PA – Steel City Coffeehouse
11-06 – Albany, NY – Red Square
11-07 – New Haven, CT – BAR
11-08 – Allston, MA – Great Scott
11-09 – Peace Dale, RI – Roots Hoot House Concerts
11-10 – New York, NY – The Slipper Room(early show)
Great Praise continues to roll in for Southeast Engine, including a phenomenal piece by Andrew Gilstrap of PopMatters called “Fear and Hope in the Great Depression,” as well as a beautiful acoustic video of “Ruthie” (off SEE’s Canary). The video was filmed live at Pickathon by the kindhearted badasses of KEXP in Seattle and The PopMatters article addresses the themes of both Canary (2011) and its companion EP Canaanville (2012).
In addition, the band had some wonderful new photos taken by the wildly talented Alison Vagnini while they were touring through Denver, CO on their way to Pickathon 2012. The first is up there for all to see.
A week after the release of Canaanville, the praise continues to roll in. Andrew Gistrap describes Canaanville and Canary as “[o]ne of the most recent, and most striking portrayals of small-town life” in his eloquent field study for PopMatters. It’s not every day they appear on a list with Kanye and Ben Gibbard, but in their “must hear countdown” AV Club says: “Old Oak Tree” is a sweet little tune about love, death, and small-town living.” The boys even had a chance to catch up with WOUB.
In addition, NPR’s Mountain Stage will be rebroadcasting Southeast Engine’s performance from last October. You can listen to it on your local NPR affiliate on August 10th.
We are thrilled to announce that Southeast Engine’s Canaanville EP is officially out today. Canaanville is a 4-song appendix EP to 2011′s critically-acclaimed Canary. It is designed to accompany that album, but is *not* a set of B-sides or outtakes. Please support and purchase the album here.
Quick Listen [link]: ”Old Oak Tree”
Tour Dates [link]: Southeast Engine is on the road right now en route to Pickathon Music Festival to play alongside Neko Case, Blitzen Trapper, Phosphorescent, and more.
>>> Southeast Engine’s most recent Daytrotter session posted today. Thanks to Sean, Phil, & the DT gang for the love.
>>> SEE’s new Canaanville EP – a 4-song appendix to 2011′s Canary - arrives next Tuesday, July 31. You can purchase it as a t-shirt album here (new SEE shirt + download of EP).
>>> A SEE Pickathon tour commences this Friday, 7/27. The band plays in the midwest, west, then midwest once more en route to and from the festival. In addition to SEE, this year’s Pickathon lineup includes Neko Case, Blitzen Trapper, Phosphorescent, and more.
Time & Breath eat cake.
In recent days, Misra co-founder and Mendoza Line frontman Timothy Bracy, alongside wife and Bird of Youth accordionist Elizabeth Nelson, have duly heartened Grandma via word and sound. The dream twosome have been writing for The Washington Post, NPR, Stereogum, etc. and rocking in a new band called The Paranoid Style.
To note: Misra never made that quote in the Hear Ya piece, though it is humorous. Canaanville is a 4-song appendix EP designed to accompany Canary (2011). It’s being sold as a T-Shirt Album here.
Here is a live video Sarah Laubacher took at the band’s recent Cincinnati show at MOTR. Fun!
Paste Magazine did a nice feature on Nelsonville Music Festival 2012. The article kicks off with a mention of Southeast Engine’s Adam & Jesse Remnant and also includes an R. Ring shout-out, along with pictures of the band. Both Southeast Engine and R. Ring had the pleasure of joining Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry, Roky Erickson, Guided By Voices, M. Ward, Andrew Bird, and many more at NMF this year.
R. Ring & Southeast Engine play Nelsonville Music Fest with Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry, Guided By Voices, Roky Erickson, M. Ward, & more this weekend
Both R. Ring & Southeast Engine will play Nelsonville Music Festival this weekend along with Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry, Guided By Voices, M. Ward, Iron & Wine, Andrew Bird, and many more. SEE kicks off the event tonight (Thursday, May 17) and goes on at 9 PM on the Back Porch Stage. R. Ring will play 2x on Sunday, May 20 — 3 PM in the No-Fi Cabin and 6:15 PM on the Back Porch Stage. Go go!