BREANNA BARBARA’s Bowery Recap + Show Announcements

Breanna performed a beautiful set on April 20th, when she opened a sold-out show for Hurray For The Riff Raff at Bowery Ballroom. See pictures on We All Want Someone To Shout For. Barbara is heading to Europe in May, to play Ostara Festival in France with Anton Newcomb, The Limiñanas, and Last Train, and to support Tess Parks for her first and exclusive date in Switzerland.

MYSTERY LIGHTS Announce Summer Tour

The Mystery Lights announce their summer European tour, kicking off June 2nd in France at Les Papillons de Nuits festival. The band will then playPrimavera Sound Festival, in Barcelona before hitting the road for dates in France, Italy, and Switzerland. They'll wrap up the tour at Best Kept Secret festival, where they'll share the stage with Radiohead, Arcade Fire, Run The Jewels and many more. On their latest European tour in February, The 405 captured their wild live show. Catch them live in NYC at Brooklyn Bazaar on May 18 with Breanna Barbara, Cool Ghouls and The Nude Party. The show is presented by Flatbox and tickets are $12. See you there!

Habibi

Modern Sky announce the signing of Habibi, an American rock band from Brooklyn, New York. They are a blend of psychedelic rock and sixties girl group harmonies. The name Habibi means "my love," an Arabic word vocalist Rahill Jamlifard grew up using in her Iranian family. Stay tuned for more details and announcements regarding.

Pow Pow Family Band Debut LP coming soon!

Modern Sky announces the debut LP from Pow Pow Family band titled " All Right " via Pond Magazine including an interview with frontman Miles Robbins. " With a mix of old and new, Pow Pow Family Band brings a sense of serenity in their new album "All Right", set to release on Modern Sky Entertainment in November. "

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BURGER RECORDS BEACH BASH 2 WRITTEN UP IN THE NEW YORKER

In ten short years, California’s Burger Records has graduated from a homegrown boutique label to a real and remarkable contributor to the history of rock and roll. With more than eleven hundred D.I.Y. releases under its belt (most of them dubbed directly to cassette tape), the label has become synonymous with starry-eyed underground power pop and keyed-up garage. This weekend, Burger throws its second annual beach party on Coney Island, hosted by Randy Jones, most recognizable as the cowboy from the Village People. Arrive early to get a spot up front for the Zeros (a seventies punk act), Nobunny (a garage rocker who performs in a homemade rabbit mask), and all-vinyl soul and R. & B. sets from the d.j. Jonathan Toubin, of the celebrated New York Night Train party series. And don’t miss the budding bands that are the meat of Burger’s roster, including Habibi, an all-female crew with sea-mist riffs, and Sunflower Bean, Brooklyn rockers barely out of high school who write songs beyond their years.

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MODERN SKY FESTIVAL HANGZHOU FESTIVAL SELLS OUT ! POSTER ATTACHED

Sold Out! Strawberry Festival Hangzhou 2017 开票即售罄!2017杭州草莓音乐节3天秒光刷新记录 重量级音乐人领衔 陈冠希、谢天笑、万青、新裤子 中国独立音乐半壁江山 左小诅咒、马頔、阿肆、低苦艾 彭坦、马赛克、大波浪、赌鬼 时下炙手可热的MDSK嘻哈艺人 万妮达、满舒克&Tizzy T、红花会

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RE-TROS PREMIERES NEW SINGLE RED RUM AVIV VIA CONSEQUENCE OF SOUND

Re-TROS are looking to extend their influence on their new album, Before the Applause. Due to arrive September 22nd via Modern Sky Records, it was recorded and mixed by Hector Castillo (David Bowie, Björk) in Beijing and Brooklyn. The nine-track effort is said to have incorporated “more experimental, electronic soundscapes,” and their latest single “Red Rum Aviv” drives this point home. A manic, colorful rush for over five minutes, there’s layered waves of rolling percussion, sizzling and driving guitars, and elastic vocals that seem to stretch in all directions.

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BURGER RECORDS AND MODERN SKY USA ANNOUNCE BURGER BEACH BASH ON CONEY ISLAND JULY 22 AT THE CONEY ART WALLS VIA BROOKLYN VEGAN!

The Burger Beach Bash is returning to Coney Island with a new location but same party rock n’ roll attitude. The 2017 edition, which is co-presented by Modern Sky, happens July 22 at Coney Art Walls (3050 Stillwell Ave) and the initial lineup includes California punk legends The Zeros, as well as Nobunny, Habibi, Sunflower Bean, Chinese post-punk band Re-TROS, Daddy Long Legs, Surfbort, Mattiel, Brian Hill & The Noh Starrs, plus DJ sets from Jonathan Toubin and Burger domos Sean Bohrman and Lee Rickard. The Burger Beach Bash is hosted by Randy Jones aka the original Cowboy in The Village People, and more bands are still to be announced. Tickets are on sale now.

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RE-TROS PREMIERES NEW SINGLE “AT MOSP HERE ” VIA NEW NOISE MAGAZINE. PRE-ORDER THE LIMITED EDITION 10 INCH VINYL HERE VIA MODERN SKY USA.

We’re pleased to bring you the premiere of Chinese trio Re-TROS’ new song “At Mosp Here”. The track is taken from the band’s forthcoming album Before The Applause, which is scheduled to be released onSeptember 22nd through Modern Sky USA.

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THE MYSTERY LIGHTS ANNOUNCE 3 NEW EU DATES WITH KING GIZZARD AND THE LIZARD WIZARD!

Full dates below: 20.6.2017 @ Paradiso, Amsterdam (NL) 21.6.2017 @ De Kreun, Kortrijk (BE) 22.6.2017 @ Cabaret Sauvage, Paris (FR)

BRIAN HILL AND THE NOH STARRS ANNOUNCE SECOND SINGLE “WHO IS WHO,” SHARE VIDEO VIA IMPOSE MAGAZINE

Brian Hill has just released a brand new music video, and Impose Magazine hasthe exclusive premiere. He used to work as a studio musician that would play guitar for different bands on tour, but since then he’s started writing his own songs and playing his own music. The new music video is for his track, “Who is Who,” and there’s just something about this video that brings you back in time.

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COTILLON PREMIERES NEW MUSIC VIDEO FOR “I LIKE PEOPLE” VIA IMPOSE MAGAZINE, DIRECTED BY THE TALENTED LAURA-LYNN PETRICK

Cotillon is the brilliant artists merging inspirations from both the east and west coast USA and Japanese cultures–parts of the hemisphere he’s spent much time in. His sophomore LP The Afternoons (out now on Burger Records/ Modern Sky USA) is inspired by big city living, French new wave, Japanese literature, uppers, downers and, of course, romance.

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