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Streetlight Manifesto announce only tour dates of 2014
Streetlight Manifesto announce only tour dates of 2014
Streetlight Manifesto have announced what will be their only non-festival tour dates of 2014. Support will come from Dan Potthast and Chris Murray. Purchase your tickets and check out where they will be headed below. Despite going through issues with Victory Records, the band released their latest full-length effort, The Hands That Thieve, on April 30 of 2013. If you have yet to, you ...
Streetlight Manifesto – The Hands That Thieve
Streetlight Manifesto – The Hands That Thieve
Streetlight Manifesto The Hands That Thieve Ska-punk is neither the most varied nor highly regarded of genres. But Streetlight Manifesto aren’t your average ska-punk band. Formed by former Catch 22 frontman Tomas Kanolky in 2002, they’ve consistently pushed the boundaries of the genre, both through their intelligent, existential take on life and the jazz-inspired touches that infuse their music.
Streetlight Manifesto trombonist lures phone thief with fake OkCupid profile
Streetlight Manifesto trombonist lures phone thief with fake OkCupid profile
According to a story from the New York Post, Nadav Nirenberg, trombonist for Streetlight Manifesto, was able to retrieve his stolen cell phone from a crook who was using his phone number and image on dating website OKCupid. When Nirenberg received an OkCupid email alert that his phone was being used to communicate with women on the website, he was able to log on, see all of the thief’s activity
Under The Covers: Shai Hulud vs. Streetlight Manifesto
Under The Covers: Shai Hulud vs. Streetlight Manifesto
You think it’s hard to write an original song? Try finding a cover song that hasn’t been done before—it’s harder than you think. That’s why we bring you Under The Covers: Each week, we’ll pit two bands who have covered the same source material against one another, and it’s up to you to decide who comes out on top. SOURCE MATERIAL: NOFX's "Linoleum" FROM: Punk In Drub...
Tomas Kalnoky (Streetlight Manifesto) announces solo tour
Tomas Kalnoky (Streetlight Manifesto) announces solo tour
Streelight Manifesto frontman Tomas Kalnoky will be hitting the road this spring for a tour under his solo moniker, Toh Kay. Check out the dates below. April 22 - Toronto, ON @ Annex Wreckroom April 23 - Montreal, QC @ Underworld April 25 - New York, NY @ Joe’s Pub April 26 - New York, NY @ Joe’s Pub April 29 - Philadelphia, PA @ First Unitarian Church Side Chapel April 30 - Washington, D
Streetlight Manifesto finishing new album, boycotting Victory Records
Streetlight Manifesto finishing new album, boycotting Victory Records
Streetlight Manifesto have posted a lengthy update regarding their album, as well as their ongoing issues with their label, Victory Records. In it the band encourage fans to buy merch not from Victory but directly from the group instead, and also discourage fans from downloading their back catalogue from iTunes or Amazon, hinting that they download the albums illegally instead ...
Toh Kay – Streetlight Lullabies
Toh Kay – Streetlight Lullabies
Toh Kay Streetlight Lullabies Tomas Kalnoky faces a particular challenge translating the horn-laden songs of his ska-punk band, Streetlight Manifesto, into his solo acoustic guise, Toh Kay. Not that there’s a lot of choice involved: He turns Streetlight’s boisterous, hard-skanking sound inward, becoming as quiet, understated and meditative as the lyrics. Revisiting ...