GDD™ Morning Update: Outside Lands, Bromance, Seth Troxler, Clubs Against Anti-Gay Law

Outside Lands 2013 webcast schedule revealed
• Bromance announce American tour
Seth Troxler opens smoked meats pop-up bar in London, Smokey Tails
Clubs rally against Russia’s anti-gay law


Outside Lands 2013 webcast schedule revealed

San Francisco’s Outside Lands Music Festival will stream a number of this weekend’s sets on Ustream, including Nine Inch Nails, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Vampire Weekend, The National, Phoenix, Jurassic 5, Hall and Oates, Grizzly Bear, The Tallest Man on Earth, Band of Horses, Gary Clark Jr., Dawes, Jessie Ware, Youth Lagoon, Kurt Vile & the Violators, Wild Belle, Smith Westerns, and Camper Van Beethoven, among others.

Check out the full webcast schedule below (all times in PST).

Friday, August 9th:
02:00pm – Smith Westerns
02:00 – Foy Vance
02:50 – Anuhea
03:00 – Surfer Blood
03:30 – Midi Matilda
04:00 – Twenty One Pilots
04:15 – The Heavy
05:00 – Wild Belle
05:20 – Band of Horses
06:20 – The National
08:00 – Jessie Ware
08:40 – Pretty Lights
09:00 – Yeasayer

Saturday, August 10th:
02:00pm – Soft White Sixties
02:10 – Milo Greene
02:55 – Atlas Genius
03:35 – The Growlers
03:40 – Youth Lagoon
04:30 – Gary Clark Jr.
04:30 – Thao and the Get Down Stay Down
05:20 – Young the Giant
05:20 – Baauer
06:00 – The Tallest Man on Earth
06:10 – Jurassic 5
07:20 – Grizzly Bear
07:50 – The Head and the Heart
08:25 – Nine Inch Nails
08:50 – Phoenix

Sunday, August 11th:
02:00pm – Ivan Neville’s Dumpstaphunk
02:00 – The Easy Leaves
02:45 – Rudimental
02:50 – Fishbone
03:00 – Camper Van Beethoven
03:50 – Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue
04:15 – Kurt Vile & the Violators
04:45 – Daryl Hall & John Oates
05:05 – Foals
05:50 – Vampire Weekend
06:10 – Emeli Sande
07:10 – Dawes
08:10 – Red Hot Chili Peppers

(via CoS)


Bromance announce American tour

The Bromance family has announced a seven-date tour of the US this autumn.

Label boss Brodinski and Gesaffelstein will be joined on some dates by special guest Louisahhh!!! for the tour, kicking off on September 22 for Symbiosis Gathering in Oakdale, California.

The tour will make stops in Denver, New York City and Miami before wrapping up in Boston at the beginning of October. The tour announcement follows last month’s revelation that Bromance is soon to be launching an American label with Skrillex’s OWSLA.

For more info, check out the Bromance Records website.

(via Mixmag)


 Seth Troxler opens smoked meats pop-up bar in London, Smokey Tails

When Seth Troxler isn’t DJing the world, threatening pranks on Avicii or, er, running around with his nob out, he’s opening a new pop-up bar in London specialising in smoked meats.

If that sounds like a joke, it’s not: Smokey Tails is a new pop-up bar at London E9′s Container Yard, 119 Wallis Road that sports “a riverside hideaway, a wooden-decked sun-trap boasting exquisite smoked meats, sublime salads, knock-out frozen cocktails, independent guest ales and mighty fine desserts”. A delve into its staff section makes for interesting reading: it’s a collaboration between six people, including Troxler, his partner in Visionquest Ryan Crosson, Futureline’s Ben Pound and more.

Smokey Tails opens today – for more information, head to theirFacebook page. No pants, no entry.

(via FACT Mag)


Clubs rally against Russia’s anti-gay law

Several high-profile clubs have scheduled parties in protest of Russia’s anti-homosexual propaganda law.

The law, which was passed in June with full parliamentary support, made it illegal to distribute information about homosexuality to anyone under 18. The decision sparked street violence in Moscow, and has brought anti-gay sentiment to the fore. It has also attracted fierce international criticism. In response, three clubs—Berghain/Panorama Bar in Berlin, New York’s Output and Harry Klein in Munich—will hold Promote Diversity parties in September, with more set to follow suit. 

An Ostgut Ton mailout stated: “Equality and tolerance are basic values that the club and music scene has always supported. Sometimes we have to remind ourselves that the level of freedom we have achieved cannot be taken for granted, be it here or elsewhere.” The full admission charge for the night will be donated to All Out, an organisation that supports LGBT rights globally. 

The event at Berghain/Panorama Bar will take place on Thursday, September 12th, with the other clubs hosting their parties over the same weekend. The lineups and opening times for the parties are yet to be confirmed.