Seattle indie rockers Minus the Bear have released their tour dates and are set to play the Electric Factory on Saturday, October 26th. The experimental rock outfit released their last LP Infinity Overhead last year – below, watch the quirky, animated music video for their song “Listing.” According to Billboard, the band is planning on putting out an acoustic album of both new and older, reworked material called Acoustics II. Tickets for the show go on sale Saturday, July 13th. Minus the Bear will be joined on tour by INVSN (featuring Dennis Lyxzén of Refused and The (International) Noise Conspiracy) and Slow Bird.
Minus The Bear visited World Cafe with David Dye last December to perform songs from their album, Infinity Overhead. Below, download a stripped down version of “Empty Party Rooms.” You can listen to the entire interview and performance here.
This month (and this month only) World Cafe is offering free downloads of performances from bands including Calexico, Lord Huron, the Afghan Whigs, Alt-J, John Fullbright, Freelance Whales, Stars, Nick Waterhouse, Allen Stone, The Kopecky Family Band, Sea Wolf, Trey Anastasio and others. Download the entire collection, while they last until March 1st, here.
XPN Welcomes Seattle indie rockers Minus the Bear to the Electric Factory tonight. In August the band released its fifth studio album, Infinity Overhead, to praise from critics who have said it has been “not so much transforming their sound as transcending it” (The Village Voice). Minus the Bear will be playing tonight with Cursive and Caspian. The all-ages show begins at 8:30 and more information about the show can be found here. Watch Minus the Bear’s new video for “Steel and Blood” below.
Returning to Philadelphia to a venue they have grown to know well, the electronic indie rock group Minus the Bear play the Electric Factory on September 28th. The group is releasing their fifth studio album, Infinity Overhead on August 28th. It was produced by former member of the group, Matt Bayles. Tickets to the all ages show go on sale this Saturday, July 21st. Below, check out a video filmed during the recording process of Infinity Overhead.