Free Cake for Every Creature—the band headed via Philadelphia-based singer-songwriter Katie Bennett—is not any extra. Bennett announced on Facebook that she’s “determined to stop” the project “on an excessive be aware.” “I’m keen to move on to other projects, however playing with unfastened cake become the first-class way I could have spent half of my 20’s,” she persevered. Bennett additionally introduced two final Free Cake shows on the quit of May in New York City and Philadelphia. See her full announcement, and the display dates under.
Bennett first commenced self-liberating track as Free Cake for Every Creature in 2013 with her first complete-period shitty beginnings. She signed with Double Double Whammy in 2014 and shared Pretty Good with a full band. Free Cake dropped their sophomore album Murmuring of Anything With You in 2016—their remaining album, The Bluest Star, arrived last 12 months. Goldenvoice was sued using Oregon concert promoter in 2018, who claimed anti-trust damages
In April 2018, Coachella organizers Goldenvoice were hit with a lawsuit that alleged the restrictive radius clause for the pageant turned into in violation of anti-trust regulation. Oregon-based promoter Soul’d Out Productions claimed that the Coachella settlement—which legally forbids artists from playing every other North American festival from December 15 to May 1—hurt their annual Soul’d Out Music Festival. Now, the presiding judge inside the case has permanently brushed off the lawsuit, as Billboard reports.
In the authentic lawsuit, Soul’d Out organizers claimed that artists which include SZA and Daniel Caesar have had to turn down their competition due to the clause. In a rebuttal, Coachella organizers said they could “vigorously guard against this lawsuit, which calls into query a protracted-standing industry exercise that is critical to our capacity to maintain offering fanatics the unmatched experience for which Coachella has to end up regarded.” In October 2018, U.S. District Court Judge Michael Mosman dismissed the lawsuit however allowed for the claims to be refiled with technical tweaks. Mosman has now decided that no anti-trust injury became made in opposition to Soul’d Out by way of Goldenvoice as a result of the radius clause.
Read “Coachella’s Controversial Radius Clause Isn’t That Hard to Get Around” at the Pitch. On April 6, Jack White’s Third Man Records will host a celebratory event to mark the label’s tenth yr in Nashville. It could be headlined by the Raconteurs, White’s band with Brendan Benson, Jack Lawrence, and Patrick Keeler. The overall performance marks the group’s first show in eight years. Other artists playing the event encompass Lillie Mae, the Gories, the Dirtbombs, and Detroit Cobras, along with unique visitors along with Margo Price, the Kills’ Alison Mosshart, and extra. Check out the poster under.
Last 12 months, the Raconteurs released new songs: “Sunday Driver” and “Now That You’re Gone.” They additionally discovered that they have been at paintings on their first full-duration album considering 2008’s Consolers of the Lonely. The Raconteurs will release a collectible three” vinyl single for this 12 months’ Record Store Day. Check out their upcoming live performance itinerary right here.