Posts Tagged: David Bazan

Hear, Hear, Barsuk Records!

Congratulations to Barsuk Records on their 15th Anniversary! The independent record label based in Seattle, WA is celebrating this incredible milestone by holding a four-day party at some of the best music venues thoughout the city: Showbox at the Market, Neptune Theatre, Neumos/Barboza and The Tractor Tavern. From November 7-10, if you want to hear… Read more »

CD Release Today! David Bazan’s “Strange Negotiations” Is Now Available For Streaming

Seattle songwriter David Bazan released his long awaited new LP Strange Negotiations today on Barsuk Records.  The album will be streaming all this week on AOL Spinner and on Bazan’s Facebook page. This Wednesday, May 25th at 6pm PST / 9pm EST, Consequence of Sound will present a live video stream (via Ustream) of David Bazan performing a… Read more »

NPR Premieres “Wolves At The Door” From David Bazan

”Wolves At The Door,” the first track from David Bazan’s upcoming new album Strange Negotiations, premiered yesterday on NPR’s All Songs Considered.  Check out the lyrically and musically powerful song below. Listen to David Bazan’s “Wolves At The Door” from Strange Negotiations [Barsuk Records] here. Strange Negotiations will be released May 24th on Seattle’s Barsuk Records. A North American tour in… Read more »

Bazan Is Back

David Bazan’s new album Strange Negotiations will be released on Seattle’s Barsuk Records on May 24th, 2011. A North American tour in support of the record will begin June 1st in Salt Lake City, UT, and continue through mid July. Bazan, the songwriter and driving force behind indie band Pedro the Lion, built a following… Read more »

David Bazan Releases New Album, Streaming On AOL House Show Performance Available Online

Today marks the release of David Bazan’s Curse Your Branches, the first proper LP from the former frontman of indie stalwarts Pedro The Lion. Branches is a lyrical goliath from one of Paste Magazine’s Top 100 living songwriters, tackling alcoholism, apostasy, and faith in family on 10 of the most heart-wrenching songs of a decades-spanning… Read more »