After months of recording The Dandy Warhols are itchin’ to get back on the road to see you this Fall. For the first time we are also offering a new VIP Experience, the details of which appear after the dates below.
VIP Packages for this tour are now available through VIP Nation. The Dandy Warhols VIP Experience includes:
– Intimate 2-song performance by The Dandy Warhols during sound check
– Photo Op and meet and greet with The Dandy Warhols
– Limited edition signed and numbered Dandy Warhols Silk Screen Poster
– VIP Meet & Greet Laminate
– Designated VIP check-in and host
*Details may vary depending on market. GA ticket must be purchased separately.
See ya on the road!
It took me this long to realize as with their underdeveloped ideas re their interiors they also had underdeveloped ideas about power. They saw having power over people as the ultimate power. Not power to do great or even good things for people. Or even try their best whether or not they failed. Just power over other people.
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Our long-time friend Miranda Lee Richards will join us for select West Coast shows this Fall. You know Miranda, she’s awesome, you don’t need to read her press bio!
Ms. Richards will play first of three at the following gigs:
The Dandy Warhols/Joel Gion/Miranda Lee Richards
12/1 – Great American Music Hall – SF
12/2 – Great American Music Hall – SF
12/3 – Teragram Ballroom – LA
12/4 – Teragram Ballroom – LA
12/5 – Teragram Ballroom – LA
12/7 – Harlow’s – Sacramento
12/8 – Showbox – Seattle
12/12 – Crystal Ballroom – PDX
Click on the links to buy tickets, that’s how the www works.
Copy/paste from Pitchfork:
On the silver screen, John Malkovich has found fame as an actor, director, and Spike Jonze movie subject. Now, he’s putting out a record. Like a Puppet Show is out on vinyl for Record Store Day’s Black Friday event on November 27.
This is the first in a series of releases Malkovich has planned with his collaborators, director/photographer Sandro and producer/composer Eric Alexandrakis. For Like a Puppet Show, Malkovich read Plato’s Cave Allegory (as interpreted by Alexandrakis) over an original piece of music. Then the results were sent to a bunch of musicians, who contributed remixes and interpretations, including Yoko Ono and Sean Lennon, OMD, Efterklang, Placebo, THE DANDY WARHOLS [emphasis added], Blondie’s Chris Stein, the Cranberries’ Dolores O’Riordan, and more.
Says Courtney Taylor-Taylor: “It was fantastic to work with that Malkovich voice. And how about that monologue. Incredible. None of that pretentious highbrow shit going on here. Just some good ol down-to-earth Platonic theory regarding sensory perception.”
This is the hardest I’ve laughed in a while. This guy has an arsenal of reference points and he can go off like the Queen of queens. And Coupland’s forward really sets up your head to fully appreciate what’s going on here. Damn this is a good read, even though it’s laid out as a coffee tabler.
This shit cracks me up. He goes thru Lenin, Idi Amin, that Romanian psychopath, Hitler etc. It’s worth having.
Brussels got balls.
You can just pull over and say a quick prayer to Anton.
Here we go.
18 kilometers of tunnels filled with booze under this place. This famous Champagne town of Epernay has more kilometers of tunnels than it does roads.
Musee du Champagne.
I think I feel a song coming on.
Went to a tasting at Castellane. Mmm. Big bottle.
I had to pick some grapes. Of course. They’re almost ready.
The bones of Dom Perrignon. I love this kid. No respect.
Commando Champagne. Who woulda….
Like Russian nesting dolls.
I went to this amazing fortress/castle and I must say it’s my favorite. Wow what a cursed place tho. I couldn’t really capture the strength of it in a photo but it seemed as impregnable as any I’ve seen. Turns out everyone who owned it pretty much got their ass handed to them. Or their head.
The other side.