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More reviews for ‘All Things Under Heaven’…

Posted October 5, 2015 by admin

More reviews have started pouring in for The Icarus Line’s latest album. Check out what people have to say about All Things Under Heaven below: Drowned In Sound Team Rock Joe Cardamone also recently wrote for Clash Music. Check out what he had to say about LA’s music scene and how it impacted upon his […]

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Limited ‘ATUH’ vinyl + other Icarus Line related news

Posted September 13, 2015 by admin

With the release of The Icarus Line’s forthcoming album – All Things Under Heaven – just around the corner, Rough Trade have announced that they have secured a “Limited edition double LP set with CD on transparent Orange coloured vinyl exclusive” to their organisation. Numbering just 300 copies, these are sure to go really quick, […]

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Travis Keller interviews Joe Cardamone

Posted August 30, 2015 by admin

As part of his ongoing ‘Buddyhead Radio’ series, Buddyhead supremo Travis Keller spends over two hours delving into all things The Icarus Line related this week when he interviews band leader Joe Cardamone. During their rather extensive discussion, and I’m only about one hour in, we get to learn a little bit more about the […]

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All Things Under Heaven

Posted July 28, 2015 by admin

The Icarus Line just announced the release date for their new album – All Things Under Heaven – today. Coming out on 2 October 2017, the new double LP will release worldwide via American Primitive / Agitated Records. There will also be a release party show occurring in New York City at Saint Vitus on […]

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The Joe Cardamone produced single from Queen Kwong’s debut album is out in May

Posted May 10, 2015 by admin

Stereogum have the full scoop on the single (titled Cold Daggers) taken from Queen Kwong’s debut album – which features co-writing and production duties from Joe Cardamone of The Icarus Line. It’s worth noting also that Queen Kwong features Wes Borland of Limp Bizkit, so you know that the Carré Callaway fronted band has Buddyhead’s […]

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Aaron North has a new website…

Posted April 13, 2015 by admin

It pretty much consists of old Jubilee related blog posts thus far, but Aaron North appears to have a “new” (old?) personal website up. As to whether this signals his desire to carve out his own niche via the internet – and not be associated with other people – only time will tell. But given […]

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Don Devore is in a new band called ‘Sick Feeling’

Posted March 25, 2015 by admin

Somewhat related to The Icarus Line, but Don Devore (former guitarist of the band during the Penance Soiree and Black Lives at the Golden Coast years) is in a new band. According to his Wikipedia, Don Devore is now associated with ‘Collapsing Scenery’ and ‘Sick Feeling’. Sick Feeling released an album this year called Suburban […]

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New album and tour…

Posted October 25, 2014 by admin

According to Pollstar, The Icarus Line have been back in the studio, and have a new album out in 2015. The band have also outlined dates for a tour later this year. Here are the dates: Dec. 1 – Santa Barbara, Calif., Velvet Jones Dec. 2 – Fresno, Calif., Fulton 55 Dec. 3 – San […]

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‘Avowed Slavery’ and upcoming tour…

Posted May 25, 2014 by admin

The Icarus Line are all set to release mini album Avowed Slavery at some point this Summer (hopefully 16 June 2014). According to Joe Cardamone’s Facebook page, “Avowed Slavery is material from the same recording sessions as Slave Vows. This release is not being presented as The Icarus Line’s new LP. More as a continuation […]

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‘Penance Soiree’ is 10 years old today!

Posted May 2, 2014 by admin

Today marks the 10 year anniversary for when The Icarus Line first unleashed their second album Penance Soiree on to an unsuspecting mainstream music world. Of course, many underground music connoisseurs had already have been bracing themselves for something special – as Mono was indeed an exceptional debut. It’s no coincidence therefore that Penance Soiree […]

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