Firstly, Wolf Parade finished their tour with a double showing in Montreal but still have one more date to finish at this year’s Coachella on April 30th. You can find show reviews, some setlists and whatnot on the forum. And if you register there are some bootlegs to find and other exciting things including Maria’s excellent photos from several shows she visited.
Secondly, they’ve been showing off their new t-shirts during this tour with Matt Moroz’ lovely artwork on. They’re not yet available online, but we’re expecting them to go up on Sub Pop’s site at some point in the future. More images have been posted on the forum. Thanks to jwk and Marshy for the scans.
Thirdly, on April 18th there was an interview with Dan and Arlen broadcast on Sirius Satellite. Thanks greatly to walt zink from the forum for the recording and upload, you can find it here (17mb).
Fourthly, Dante will be performing under his Johnny and the Moon pseudonym in Montreal on Thursday night.
from Friendship Cove MySpace page:
April, 27 2006 at
Friendship Cove, Montreal,
Dante Decaro (of Wolf Parade), Jordan (Paris France), Fort Miracle (Graham of Micael Jordan Wolf), Noh Cars Go (brendan from arcade fire) Plus an amazing art show by Matt Shane.
Thanks to ookami for spotting that.
Fifthly, Mustin spotted that YouTube has a load of bootleg videos up from various performances, amongst other things. Check those out here.
Sixthly, Sunset Rubdown will be touring with Frog Eyes starting on May 1st in Los Angeles. So, if you haven’t already you need to start trying to get tickets for that. A few can be found online, see the tour dates section, you can also try the venues themselves or their websites.
Seventhly, Wolf Parade’s Shine a Light video by Matt Moroz will feature on Sub Pop’s excellent looking new compilation DVD of 25 music videos for just $10. Aquired Taste is due out May 9th 2006. Order it here.
Finally, thanks to Karpe for steaming through all the Sunset Rubdown lyrics and sorry to have not dealt with all the other emails yet. Responses forthcoming, hopefully.
Lots of other bits and bobs can be found on the forum.