Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks

OZ

Extended price € 28,40*

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* Incl. € 25 ticket price for members. Incl. € 3,40 service fees
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Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks

On the new album ‘Middle America’, Malkmus’s wry wordplay and sunny twang create an ode to underdogs everywhere, with bittersweet words of encouragement for the ramshackle character on their receiving end.   Only SM & the Jicks can craft this kind of brightly low-key anthem, a perfect three-minute-thirty-second country-speckled gem about life’s questions big (the inevitable passage of time; aging) and small (getting shitfaced; blushing the color of Robitussin). Don't miss out on this gig!

Support: Spinning Coins (jaren 90 dromerige indie)

Spinning Coins: It’s no surprise that this debut from Glaswegian quintet  is released on ’ Geographic imprint: this is indie music from its bowl haircuts to its dirty Converses. The two songwriters in the band have their different strengths.  draws more from the spikier end of things, with Tin sounding like a slightly less ramshackle Josef K song, while  tends towards the more straightforwardly melancholic end of indie – Money for Breakfast sounds very much as if it could have come from the Pastels’ first album. It’s not simply the sound of Scotland in the first half of the 1980s, though – Permo is also filtered through the gauzy, dreamy indie of the US in the early 90s. Yet it’s very much an album out of time, music made out of love, rather than in pursuit of a trend. You need a high tolerance for wispiness, but it’s hard to deny the loveliness of a song such as Floating Like You.

Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks - Full Performance (Live on KEXP)

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Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks

OZ

Extended price € 28,40*

Tickets
* Incl. € 25 ticket price for members. Incl. € 3,40 service fees
. Excl. € 4 (month)/€ 25 (year) required membership. Excl. from € 0,50 transaction costs.

Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks

On the new album ‘Middle America’, Malkmus’s wry wordplay and sunny twang create an ode to underdogs everywhere, with bittersweet words of encouragement for the ramshackle character on their receiving end.   Only SM & the Jicks can craft this kind of brightly low-key anthem, a perfect three-minute-thirty-second country-speckled gem about life’s questions big (the inevitable passage of time; aging) and small (getting shitfaced; blushing the color of Robitussin). Don't miss out on this gig!

Support: Spinning Coins (jaren 90 dromerige indie)

Spinning Coins: It’s no surprise that this debut from Glaswegian quintet  is released on ’ Geographic imprint: this is indie music from its bowl haircuts to its dirty Converses. The two songwriters in the band have their different strengths.  draws more from the spikier end of things, with Tin sounding like a slightly less ramshackle Josef K song, while  tends towards the more straightforwardly melancholic end of indie – Money for Breakfast sounds very much as if it could have come from the Pastels’ first album. It’s not simply the sound of Scotland in the first half of the 1980s, though – Permo is also filtered through the gauzy, dreamy indie of the US in the early 90s. Yet it’s very much an album out of time, music made out of love, rather than in pursuit of a trend. You need a high tolerance for wispiness, but it’s hard to deny the loveliness of a song such as Floating Like You.

Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks - Full Performance (Live on KEXP)

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