TOUR NEWS: Joanna Sternberg supporting Conor Oberst in July

We are pleased to announce that Joanna Sternberg will be the special guest for all dates on Conor Oberst’s tour of the northeast and midwest in July. Tickets go on sale to the general public Friday, April 19, at 10am ET.

Poster + art by Joanna Sternberg. All dates and ticket links are below:

17-Jul Portsmouth NH – Prescott Park Free Concert Series
18-Jul Providence RI – Columbus Theater
19-Jul Norwalk CT – Wall Street Theater
20-Jul Woodstock NY – Bearsville Theater
21-Jul Jersey City NJ – White Eagle Hall
23-Jul Kalamazoo MI – Bells Brewery
24-Jul Chicago IL – Thalia Hall
25-Jul Cincinatti OH – Taft Theatre
26-Jul Bloomington IL – Castle Theater
27-Jul Maquoketa IA – Codfish Hollow
28-Jul Minneapolis MN – Weesner Amphitheater, Minneapolis Zoo

Conor Oberst has partnered with PLUS1 so that $1 from every ticket sold will go to the Florence Project and their work providing direct legal and social services for detained adults and children under threat of deportation.


Track premiere: Joanna Sternberg – This Is Not Who I Want To Be, from the upcoming album Then I Try Some More

simple but affecting

— Sternberg confronts oblivion with only a piano in tow

-James Rettig for Stereogum

Many thanks to Stereogum for premiering the first single off Joanna Sternberg’s “Then I Try Some More,” out July 12. The album will be released on vinyl, cd, and as a digital album. It includes full-color artwork and lyrics sheet hand-drawn by Joanna Sternberg, along with the first pages of a comic by the same name. Listen to “This Is Not How I Want to Be,” streaming everywhere now.

Pre-save the album to your Spotify or stream This Is Not Who I Want to Be now.

Joanna Sternberg – Then I Try Some More – July 12, 2019 – vinyl, cd, digital
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Video premiere: Upon the Hammer by Lorkin O’Reilly

“…opting to drone a calm croon…”

The Music Mermaid on Lorkin O’Reilly

Many thanks to The Music Mermaid for the premiere, and for the eloquent take on the new video from Lorkin O’Reilly, “Upon the Hammer,” directed by Griffin Hart Davis.

Add it to your playlist, and find Heaven Depends everywhere you can.

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New Releases: The Music of Bill Brovold

We are proud to present the music of Bill Brovold, distributed through Team Love by special arrangement with the artist, and now available worldwide to stream or download.

The Spaghetti-Western-turn’d-peyote-dust’d-Carnie-After-Party that is Bill Brovold’s “Superstar” is undeniable.”

– Cassette Gods

Bill Brovold is a painter, composer, and artist. In the early 1980s, he was a member of a number of New York avant-garde, No Wave groups including Rhys Chatham Ensemble, East Village Orchestra, Fast Forward and the Zen Vikings. Bill created the Detroit bands Larval and Strange Farm, whose revolving line-ups at times included Billy Ficca of Television, Ernie Brooks of Modern Lovers, and Ron Asheton of The Stooges.  Brovold’s long musical history overflows with interesting projects and obscure yet essential names in the worlds of art and avant-garde music. Read more

Album links

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VIDEO: Palmer T. Lee – So Between Eyes

“One half of the excellent duo The Lowest Pair, Palmer T. Lee branches out with his first solo album Winebringer…”

Americana UK

Thanks to Americana UK for premiering the video for “So Between Eyes.” Directed by Brett Hansen.


Interviews

Read Palmer T. Lee’s 5 + 5 session at The Bluegrass Situation.

The Live Feed on KQAL-FM, 89.5MHz, at Winona State University in Winona, Minnesota. KQAL’s Willard Huyck sat down with Palmer to discuss the album, his future plans and to hear some tunes. Aired: 02.06.2019

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Lorkin O’Reilly, Darci Phenix, and The Lowest Pair on tour in the West

An Evening of Folk with Lorkin O’Reilly + Darci Phenix — Tour starts tonight in Vancouver BC at Guilt & Co. The two artists will be joined by The Lowest Pair’s own Kendl Winter in Olympia WA on Saturday.

  • 03.21  Vancouver BC – Guilt and Co
  • 03.22  Nanaimo BC – The Vault
  • 03.23  Olympia WA – Last Word Books w/ Kendl Winter
  • 03.24  Portland OR – The Strum
  • 03.25  Sacramento CA – Luna’s
  • 03.26  San Francisco CA – The Hit Gallery

The Lowest Pair starts tour on Sunday in Astoria OR at Fort George Brewery

  • 03.24  Astoria OR – Fort George Brewery
  • 03.26  Portland OR – Mississippi Studios
  • 03.27  Coos Bay OR – 7 Devils Brewery
  • 03.28  Ashland OR – Gios Building
  • 03.29  Bend OR – Volcanic Theater Pub
  • 04.02  Hood River OR – Spring House Cellar
  • 04.04  Olympia OR – Octapas Cafe
  • 04.06  Chimacum WA – Finnriver Farm and Cidery

Watch Darci Phenix’s new video for “Empty Spaces” from Juniper Street, directed by Sarah Phenix

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TOUR NEWS: Lorkin O’Reilly & Darci Phenix

Darci Phenix and Lorkin O’Reilly will tour the northwest as Spring starts in March. Follow them on Instagram to keep up with the latest from the road.

  • 3/21 Vancouver BC – Guilt and Co
  • 3/22 Nanaimo BC – The Vault
  • 3/23  Olympia WA – Last Word Books
  • 3/24 Portland OR – The Strum
  • 3/25 Sacramento CA – Luna’s
  • 3/26 San Francisco CA – The Hit Gallery
  • 3/29 Portland OR – House Show
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NEW RELEASE: Palmer T. Lee – Winebringer

Solo debut album out now BUY OR STREAM: DIGITAL | CD

Palmer T. Lee – Winebringer (TL-115) on compact disc

Team Love is so pleased to present the first solo album by our friend Palmer T. Lee. Download, stream, or buy hard copy from the TL shop, Amazon, or ask at your local record store. They can order it for you (record shops love to order stuff for you, by the way…). Winebringer is out now.

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Video Premiere: Lorkin O’Reilly – I Reside

Video premiere at Vents

Thanks to Vents magazine for kicking off their premiere week with the new video for “I Reside” by Lorkin O’Reilly, from Heaven Depends. It was filmed in 4K by Griffin Hart Davis in the foothills of the Blue Ridge mountains.


to write it from the perspective of God if he hated himself.


Lorkin talks about the original concept behind the song, and how Griffin translated it into a story of rebirth and redemption.  Read the article here.

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