Friday, September 9, 2011

Le Butcherettes to support Iggy & The Stooges, Flaming Lips, plus North American headlining dates and Fun Fun Fun Fest


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"Sin Sin Sin is absolutely necessary and essential." 4/4 stars -- WBEZ, Jim DeRogatis

"They've created an album that both lives up to the legend of the live performance and also informs it. Imagine the innovation of the Locust infused into pop songs that clock in past one minute with a frontwoman who doesn't give a shit if you like her politics." -- Bust Magazine

"Down, dirty and dingy, Le Butcherettes are the kind of band that you'd find carousing at the dirty end of a dive bar at four a.m. on a Monday." -- Rolling Stone 
  
"Her voice is a dexterous thing, as she knows how to shade a yell with hints of scorn, sarcasm, slyness or whatever the moment calls for. Her rhythm section does plenty of heavy lifting as well, opening up the floor to let Suar├ęz bounce, run and level all sorts of abuse on her guitar. Before all is said and done, she punctuates the set to a close with a monstrous howl and topples onto a photographer.." -- LA Times


The rampantly raved-about garage-punk trio Le Butcherettes announce a slew of shows for the Fall, including support dates with Iggy & The Stooges and the Flaming Lips, as well as the band's first headlining shows on the East Coast and Chicago. The band will also perform at this year's  Fun Fun Fun Fest in Austin, TX on November 6th. Please see complete dates below. 

Le Butcherettes' critically-praised debut album Sin Sin Sin is available to STREAM HERE. Check out MP3s for other album tracks, "Henry Don't Got Love" HERE and "New York" HERE.

Teri Gender Bender -- a recent transplant to L.A. from Guadalajara, Mexico -- gives Le Butcherettes a brazen intensity and playful, hook-laden simplicity that hacks to pieces all forms of pretension and excess. Upon relocating to Los Angeles in late 2010, Teri recruited renowned drummer Gabe Serbian (The Locust) and bassist Jonathan Hischke (Hella, Broken Bells) to round out the lineup.

The band's songs and wildly cathartic live shows often draw comparisons to Karen O, Patti Smith Bikini Kill and other female-fronted rock groups. But, there's a theatricality to Le Butcherettes that brings a further reaching sense of mystery and imagery to the band. For more on the band's impressive back story, see the complete bio HERE

Le Butcherettes' full length debut, Sin Sin Sin was produced by Omar Rodriguez Lopez, who also plays bass on all of the album's tracks, and issued the album May 10th, 2011 on Rodriguez Lopez Productions via Sargent House


LE BUTCHERETTES - SEPTEMBER 2011
09/14  Sacramento, CA @ Harlow's
09/15  Reno, NV @ St. James Infirmary (FREE 21+)
09/17  Magna, UT @ The Great Saltair **
09/19  Eagle, ID @ Eagle River Pavillion **
09/20  Portland, OR @ Keller Auditorium **
09/21  Puyallup, WA @ Puyallup State Fair **
09/23  Bellingham, WA @ The Shakedown
09/24  Nahcotta, WA @ Clam Shack (FREE)

** w/ The Flaming Lips

LE BUTCHERETTES - NOVEMBER 2011
11/01  New York, NY @ Santos Party Haus
11/02  Philadelphia, PA @ Milkboy
11/03  Baltimore, MD @ TBA
11/04  Chicago, IL @ Subterranean
11/06  Austin, TX @ Fun Fun Fun Festival

LE BUTCHERETTES - DECEMBER 2011
12/01  Los Angeles, CA @ The Palladium #
12/04  San Francisco, CA @ The Warfield #
12/06  San Francisco, CA @ The Warfield #

# w/ Iggy & The Stooges
Artist: Le Butcherettes
Album: Sin Sin Sin
Label: Rodriguez Lopez Productions
Release Date: May 10th, 2011

01. Tonight
02. New York(MP3) (VIDEO)
03. Henry Don't Got Love (MP3)
04. Leibniz Language
05. Bang!
06. All You See in Me is Death
07. I'm Getting Sick Of You(MP3)
08. Riko's Smooth Talking Mother
09. The Actress That Ate Rousseau
10. Tainted in Sin
11. Dress Off
12. Empty Dimes
13. Mr. Tolstoi

Artist: Le Butcherettes
Album: iTunes Live: SXSW 
Label: Rodriguez Lopez Productions
Release Date: March 18th, 2011

01. The Devil Lived (STREAM)
02. New York
03. The Leibniz Language
04. Dress Off
05. Breathe You In
06. Gold Notebook (STREAM)














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