Desaparecidos drops another one; Best Coast, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Bully tonight…

Category: Blog — Tags: , , — @ 1:01 pm June 9, 2015
Best Coast at the SXSW Convention Center, March 20, 2015. The band plays tonight at The Waiting Room.

Best Coast at the SXSW Convention Center, March 20, 2015. The band plays tonight at The Waiting Room.

by Tim McMahan, Lazy-i.com

Desaparecidos dropped yet another track yesterday and today from their upcoming album, Payola, which comes out June 23 on Epitaph. In fact, according to Diffuser, there’s more to come. Says Diffuser:

“The Underground Man” — which dates back to 2013 when it was distributed as a 7-inch  — is the second Payola cut to emerge this week, following the upcoming album’s opening track, “The Left Is Right.” Epitaph has plans to drop a new song from the album every day this week ahead of Payola’s release to those who have pre-ordered the LP.

Just how big will this album be? Time will tell…

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Tonight at The Waiting Room it’s the return of Best Coast. I saw the band play a half-hearted set at SXSW this year. Let’s see if they can top it tonight. Opening is Unknown Mortal Orchestra (they have a new album out on Jagjaguwar), and I actually know more people excited to see them then Best Coast. I’ll be there to see Bully, a Nashville four-piece whose debut album, Feels Like,  comes out June 23 on StarTime International/Columbia. Also on the bill is J. Fernandez, who played a great, if not short, set at Almost Music this past March as a warm-up to a gig at O’Leaver’s later that night. That’s four bands for $20. The fun starts at 8 p.m.

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