I Heart Noise (and reviewed IHRTN did). Fast-forward to 2015 and the band was profiled/name-checked by everyone from Stereogum to Vanity Fair to Pitchfork (all for a good reason as they toured and recorded seemingly non-stop).
It should come as no surprise, then, that this year was especially busy for Speedy Ortiz – they released Foil Deer LP, toured Europe and produced a David Lynch-styled video for My Dead Girl. The band is currently signed to Carpark Records.
SO is kicking off their Girls Rock Camp benefit tour with a show at Providence, RI AS220 (along with Downtown Boys and Whore Paint). The 11 day tour will take the band through Boston, Philadelphia, Brooklyn and Baltimore, among other cities. Tour dates (via Brooklyn Vegan):
Dec 8, 2015 PROVIDENCE, RI AS220
Dec 9, 2015 BOSTON, MA Middle East
Dec 10, 2015 PHILADELPHIA, PA First Unitarian Church
Dec 11, 2015 BROOKLYN, NY Silent Barn
Dec 12, 2015 BROOKLYN, NY Palisades
Dec 13, 2015 BALTIMORE, MD Metro Gallery
Dec 14, 2015 RICHMOND, VA The Camel
Dec 15, 2015 DURHAM, NC The Pinhook
Dec 16, 2015 ATLANTA, GA Drunken Unicorn
Dec 17, 2015 NASHVILLE, TN The End
Dec 18, 2015 LOUISVILLE, KY The New Vintage
December edition of Boston Hassle Black Market is also upon us! This one take place on Sunday, December 13 at Cambridge Elks Lodge and will feature goods and goodies from Morte Apparel, Allston Pudding, Mass Love Distro, Purgatory LTD, Holy Crow, Majorette, High Stitch, PM Press, Historia Naturale and many more (in fact, the list of vendors is nearly endless).
For more info, check in with Boston Hassle.