Conspirator

Conspirator tour begins today- free, discounted, and no fee tickets

The next leg of Conspirator tour begins today! The first leg of dates will feature MIKE GREENFIELD of Lotus on drums along with Marc Brownstein, Aron Magner and Chris Michetti.

After drawing one of the largest afternoon crowds at ULTRA music festival, the band is headed north to Tallahassee and beyond, including a stop in Philadelphia on April 8, Brownstein's birthday. On Wednesday, March 30 Live Nation is offering "no fee" tickets from 10am-10pm ET with the password "birthday" at this link

Tag the "Conspirator (Official)" Facebook page in a status update and two lucky fans will be selected at random every night this week to kick the tour off!

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CONFIRMED TOUR DATES

3/29 - The Engine Room, Tallahassee, FL
3/30 - Pourhouse, Charleston, SC
3/31 - Variety Playhouse, Atlanta, GA
4/1 - 12th and Porter, Nashville, TN
4/2 - Hat Factory, Richmond, VA
4/3 - Neighborhood Theatre, Charlotte, NC
4/6 - Headliners Music Hall, Louisville, KY
4/7 - State Theatre, State College, PA
4/8 - TLA, Philadelphia, PA
4/9 - Bourbon Street, Baltimore, MD
4/29 - Nocturnal Festival, Rockdale, TX

ARCHNEMESIS ANNOUNCES 2011 WINTER TOUR

Asheville, North Carolina-Fresh off a New Years’ run that included shows in New York City, Denver, New Orleans, and a blowout New Years’ Eve extravaganza in Dallas at “Lights all Night” with Ghostland Observatory and Two Fresh, Archnemesis has announced their 2011 Winter Tour dates. Coming off a headlining run through the South, Archnemesis takes their act to Colorado with Kraddy. The tour then continues with Kraddy through the Midwest with stops in Nebraska, Minnesota, and Wisconsin before teaming up with Signal Path for a show in Chicago, IL. After a headlining show in Louisville, KY, Archnemesis will head to the Northeast to play five dates with Conspirator.  From there, they again team up with Kraddy to finish out the last week of the tour. The 23 show tour concludes February, 26th at New Earth Music Hall in Athens, GA.

Formed as the musical brainchild of Curt Heiny and Justin Aubuchon (Telepath, MO Theory), Archnemesis creates its distinctive sound by combining original music with samples ranging from early 20’s blues and jazz to modern hip-hop and soul. With their first EP "Diamonds and Glass" available now for free download at www.archnemesismusic.com and their debut full-length album slated for an April 1st release, Archnemesis continues to turn heads at festivals and club shows while elevating the standard for modern electronic music.

For complete tour details and info please visit www.archnemesismusic.com.

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ARCHNEMESIS 2011 WINTER TOUR DATES:

2.03.10- Fort Collins, CO                    Aggie Theatre w/ Kraddy

2.04.10- Denver, CO                          Cervantes w/ Bluetech and Kilowatts

2.05.10- Boulder, CO                          Fox Theatre w/ Kraddy

2.06.10- Lincoln, NE                           Bourbon Theatre w/ Kraddy

2.09.10- Minneapolis, MN                    The Loft @ Barfly w/ Kraddy

2.10.10- Milwaukee, WI                       Miramar Theatre w/ Kraddy

2.11.10- Chicago, IL                            Double Door w/ Signal Path

2.12.10- Louisville, KY                        Club 21

2.16.10- Providence, RI                      The Met w/ Conspirator

2.17.10- Portland, ME                         Port City Music Hall w/ Conspirator

2.18.10- Burlington, VT                       Higher Ground w/ Conspirator

2.19.10- Asbury Park, NJ                    Stone Pony w/ Conspirator

2.20.10- West Chester, PA                The Note w/ Conspirator

2.22.10- Raleigh, NC                          Lincoln Theatre w/ Kraddy

2.23.10- Charleston, SC                     Pour House w/ Kraddy

2.24.10- Knoxville, TN             New Amsterdam w/ Kraddy

2.25.10- Nashville, TN             Exit-In w/ Kraddy

2.26.10- Athens, GA                            New Earth Music Hall w/ Kraddy

Conspirator Announces Important Venue Changes

On the heels of a successful northeast tour that included a sold out show in Syracuse, NY, Conspirator has announced that five scheduled performances have newly updated venue information, in addition to confirming drummers and support acts.

Friday 2/5 in Los Angeles has been moved to the HOUSE OF BLUES SUNSET STRIP. Wednesday 2/9 in Portland has been moved to the ROSELAND THEATRE. Saturday 2/12 has moved from Oakland to across the bay at THE INDEPENDENT in San Francisco. Efforts are being made to schedule a performance in Seattle, WA, and the band plans to issue updates as soon as possible.

Saturday 2/19 in Albany is being rescheduled for a later date. Instead, Conspirator will be returning to THE STONE PONY in Asbury Park, NJ. On Saturday 2/26, instead of Urbana, Conspirator will be playing THE BLUEBIRD in Bloomington, IN.

All of the West Coast shows will feature Lane Shaw on drums, and Break Science featuring Adam Deitch opening. Piper will also be DJ'ing for both Montana shows.

February 16th through 20th will feature Darren Shearer of The New Deal on drums. February 24th through March 3rd will feature Mike Greenfield from Lotus on drums. Darren will again join us for the final two shows in NYC and Stroudsburg on March 4th and 5th.

The New Deal will be co-headlining February 24th in Detroit, and February 25th in Chicago.

While Disco Biscuits’ staples Marc Brownstein and Aron Magner have occasionally invited other musicians to their live shows, the “new Conspirator,” featuring Chris Michetti and a rotating cast of first-class drummers, has proven to be a new, “full band” sound emerging not only from the group’s mentality, but by featuring a solidified, returning, 4-piece lineup. In a recent band statement, Conspirator confirmed that they have been working to restructure their signature tracks in Ableton in order to create improvisational jams during live performances.

With a firmly set 4-piece band, fans can expect performances featuring increased live improv and a refreshing musical flow, peppered with some surprises. Inspired by new collaborations and the combined musical histories of the performers, Conspirator is set to get the scene talking in 2011.

“The energy coming off of the December Conspirator shows with Michetti was very exciting for Aron and I, and the fans have responded really well,” said Brownstein. “We knew right away we had to take this across the country. There are really exciting places a full band, this full band, can take the classic Conspirator sound. It’s a whole new show each night.”

Known throughout the live music world for high energy, creative guitar shredding with his band RAQ, Chris Michetti became much more familiar to Disco Biscuits fans throughout 2010 when he periodically accompanied the band on stage at places like Red Rocks, Camp Bisco, and on a number of Spring Tour performances. Michetti has been touring and creating music with Conspirator since late 2010, and anyone who has caught the early phases of the “new Conspirator” will undeniably be psyched for round two and beyond.

The current list of confirmed Conspirator dates is as follows:

FRIDAY 2/4/11 – Mystic Theatre, Petaluma, CA

SATURDAY 2/5/11 – House of Blues, West Hollywood, CA w/ Break Science

MONDAY 2/7/11 – The Filling Station, Bozeman, MT w/ Break Science

TUESDAY 2/8/11 – The Top Hat, Missoula, MT w/ Break Science

WEDNESDAY 2/9/11 – Roseland Theatre, Portland, OR w/ Break Science

FRIDAY 2/11/11 – The Red Fox Tavern, Eureka, CA w/ Break Science

SATURDAY 2/12/11 – The Independent, San Francisco, CA w/ Break Science

SUNDAY 2/13/11 – Moe’s Alley, Santa Cruz, CA w/ Break Science

WEDNESDAY 2/16/11 – The Met, Pawtucket, RI

THURSDAY 2/17/11 – Port City Music Hall, Portland, ME

FRIDAY 2/18/11 – Higher Ground, Burlington, VT

SATURDAY 2/19/11 – Stone Pony, Asbury Park, NJ

SUNDAY 2/20/11 – The Note, West Chester, PA

THURSDAY 2/24/11 – Royal Oak Music Theatre, Royal Oak, MI w/ The New Deal

FRIDAY 2/25/11 – Congress Theater, Chicago, IL w/ The New Deal

SATURDAY 2/26/11 – Bluebird Nightclub, Bloomington, IN

SUNDAY 2/27/11 – Majestic Theatre, Madison, WI

TUESDAY 3/1/11 – Beachland Ballroom, Cleveland, OH

WEDNESDAY 3/2/11 – Mr. Small’s, Pittsburgh, PA

THURSDAY 3/3/11 – Town Ballroom, Buffalo, NY

FRIDAY 3/4/11 – Gramercy Theatre, New York, NY

SATURDAY 3/5/11 – Sherman Theater, Stroudsburg, PA

Conspirator - Coast to Coast and Back Again

Conspirator, the duo of Disco Biscuits’ staples Marc Brownstein and Aron Magner which often features guest musicians in the live setting, has announced a national tour of “full band” performances featuring Chris Michetti and a rotating cast of first-class drummers. The news comes on the heels of a series of performances that have created quite a bit of buzz among band and fans, alike.

While Brownstein and Magner have occasionally invited other musicians to their live shows, the “new Conspirator” has proven to be a new, “full band” sound emerging not only from the group’s mentality, but by featuring a solidified, returning, 4-piece lineup.

Live music fans have come to embrace Conspirator for their signature high energy, electronic-based sets and their legendary album, The Key, which has been a staple of the band’s live repertoire for years. Now, with a firmly set 4-piece band, fans can expect performances featuring increased live improv and a refreshing musical flow, peppered with some surprises. Inspired by new collaborations and the combined musical histories of the performers, Conspirator is set to get the scene talking in 2011.

“The energy coming off of the December Conspirator shows with Michetti was very exciting for Aron and I, and the fans have responded really well,” said Brownstein. “We knew right away we had to take this across the country. There are really exciting places a full band, this full band, can take the classic Conspirator sound. It’s a whole new show each night.”

Known throughout the live music world for high energy, creative guitar shredding with his band RAQ, Chris Michetti became much more familiar to Disco Biscuits fans throughout 2010 when he periodically accompanied the band on stage at places like Red Rocks, Camp Bisco, and on a number of Spring Tour performances. Michetti recently lent his signature handiwork to Conspirator during performances earlier this December, and anyone who caught the early phases of the “new Conspirator” will undeniably be psyched for round two and beyond.

The current list of confirmed Conspirator dates is as follows:

Jan 7 - Milford, CT - Daniel St

Jan 8 - Lancaster PA - Chameleon Club

Jan 14 - Boulder, CO - Fox Theater

Jan 27 - Falls Church, VA - State Theater

Jan 28 - Syracuse, NY - Wescott Theater

Jan 29 - Northampton, MA - Pearl Street

Feb 4 - Petaluma, CA - Mystic Theater

Feb 5 - Los Angeles, CA - Key Club

Feb 7 - Bozeman, MT - The Filling Station

Feb 8 - Missoula, MT - The Top Hat

Feb 9 - Portland, OR - Fez

Feb 10 - Seattle, WA - Club Motor

Feb 11 - Eureka, CA - Red Fox Tavern

Feb 12 - Oakland, CA - The New Parish

Feb 13 - Santa Cruz, CA - Moe's Alley

Feb 16 - Providence, RI - The Met

Feb 17 - Portland, ME - Port City Music Hall

Feb 18 - Burlington, VT - Higher Ground

Feb 19 - Albany, NY - Northern Lights, NY

Feb 20 - West Chester, PA - The Note

Feb 24 - Detroit, MI - Royal Oak Music Hall

Feb 25 - Chicago. IL - Congress Theater

Feb 26 - Madison, WI - Barrymore Theater

Feb 27 - Grand Rapids MI - Intersection

March 1 - Cleveland, OH - Beachland Ballroom

March 2 - Pittsburgh, PA - Mr Smalls

March 3 - Buffalo NY - Town Ballroom

March 4 -New York, NY - Gramercy Theaters

March 5 - East Stroudsburg, PA - Sherman Theater

Conspirator to tour with exciting full-band, all-star lineup

Conspirator, the duo of Disco Biscuits’ staples Marc Brownstein and Aron Magner which often feature guest musicians in the live setting, has announced a series of “full band” performances featuring Chris Michetti and a rotating cast of first-class drummers, a concept that is both new and refreshing for the band and fans, alike.

While Brownstein and Magner have occasionally invited other musicians to their live shows, the “new Conspirator” promises to be a never-before-experienced, “full band” sound that will emerge not only from the group’s mentality, but by featuring a solidified, returning, 4-piece lineup.

Live music fans have come to embrace Conspirator for their signature high energy, electronic-based sets and their legendary album, The Key, which has been a staple of the band’s live repertoire for years. Now, with a firmly set 4-piece band, fans can expect performances featuring increased live improv and a refreshing musical flow, peppered with some surprises. Inspired by new collaborations and the combined musical histories of the performers, Conspirator is set to get the scene talking in 2011.

“Our different combinations have been practicing for these shows, and we have already performed a couple with Michetti. Getting a taste of the ‘new Conspirator’ was refreshing and exciting,” said Brownstein. “Being in the midst of the band’s vibe has really got me ready to hit the road with these guys. I’m just as pumped up as anyone else in the room when I’m on stage. There are really exciting places a full band, this full band, can take the classic Conspirator sound. It’s a whole new show each night.”

Known throughout the live music world for high energy, creative guitar shredding with his band RAQ, Chris Michetti became much more familiar to Disco Biscuits fans throughout 2009 when he periodically accompanied the band on stage at places like Red Rocks, Camp Bisco, and on a number of Spring Tour performances. Michetti has recently lent his signature handiwork to Conspirator during performances earlier this December, and anyone who caught the early phases of the “new Conspirator” will undeniably be psyched for round two and beyond.

Termed the “pre-destined, great modern drummer” by DRUMMERWORLD, Berklee-trained Adam Deitch has recently made waves with his project Break Science. Deitch is perhaps best known for his eclectic collaborations, New York City residencies, and sit-ins that have seen him partner with the likes of John Scofield, Soulive, Jurassic 5, Mos Def, and Erika Badu. Deitch is currently confirmed to join Conspirator through mid-December.

Lane Shaw exploded onto the live music scene as one-third of the Pnuma Trio. Shaw has recently, and notably, collaborated with the likes of N*E*R*D, Diplo, and DJ Benzi with his latest musical project, Mansions on the Moon. Shaw was once asked to take a crack at an autobiography, and simply listed “drums, boats, and Steely Dan.” He will perform with Conspirator throughout the Northeast in early January.

Check out Grateful Web's interview with Marc Brownstein. | Check out up-to-date RAQ news and tour dates here.

The current list of confirmed Conspirator dates is as follows:

12/16/10 – Lincoln Theatre, Raleigh, NC – w/ Chris Michetti + Adam Deitch

12/17/10 – New Earth Music Hall, Athens, GA – w/ Chris Michetti + Adam Deitch

12/18/10 – Hat Factory, Richmond, VA – w/ Chris Michetti + Adam Deitch

1/5/11 – Brooklyn Bowl, Brooklyn, NY – w/ Chris Michetti + Lane Shaw

1/6/11 – Royale, Boston, MA – w/ Chris Michetti + Lane Shaw

1/7/11 – Daniel Street, Milford, CT – w/ Chris Michetti + Lane Shaw

1/8/11 – Chameleon Club, Lancaster, PA – w/ Chris Michetti + Lane Shaw

FEBRUARY: COMING SOON

Sound Tribe Sector 9 Three Night Electro Extravaganza

September 4th, 2008, Boulder Theater

Family. Joyfulness. Community. Gettin' Down! These five words completely detail, although briefly, the majority of my experiences from the past Sound Tribe Sector 9 weekend.