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Heavy Trash continues tour

Thursday, April 8, 2010 – Heavy Trash, the band led by Jon Spencer and Matt Verta-Ray, will continue on the road this month in support of their third full-length release, "Midnight Soul Serenade."

The disc was recorded in New York and London with New York roots-rocker Simon Chardiet (Simon & the Bar Sinisters, James Chance, Joey Miserable & the Worms, Bo Diddley) on double bass, Sam Baker (Lambchop) on drums, and guests, including Danish rockers PowerSolo, piano ace Mickey Finn (who has also held down that job for Motown legends The Miracles and Barrett Strong), Daniel Collas (The Phenomenal Handclap Band) on organ, and Tennessee punky country trio Those Darlins.

Tour dates are:

April 17 - New Haven, CT - Cafe Nine

April 18 - Cambridge, MA - TT The Bear's Place

April 19 - Providence - Club Hell

April 20 - Winooski, VT - The Monkey House

April 21 - Portland, ME - Space

April 22 - Montreal, Quebec - La Sala Rossa

April 23 - Toronto, Ontario - Horseshoe Tavern

April 24 - Hamilton, Ontario - Casbah

April 25 - London, Ontario - Call The Office

April 26 - Buffalo, NY - Mohawk Place

April 27 - Pittsburgh, PA - Thunderbird Cafe

April 28 - Asbury Park, NJ - The Saint

April 29 - New York - Mercury Lounge


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CD review - Midnight Soul Serenade After his previous efforts with Heavy Trash, singer/guitarist Jon Spencer has tossed aside the spontaneous blues-meets-garage rock experiments and explosions for a tighter but at times unfocused slab of quirky tunes. Sure, there's the blasts of earlier albums sprinkled in between, but Spencer and Matt Verta-Ray are like a '60s one-hit wonder on the warm, island-tinged Gee, I Really Love You and the odd, quasi-spooky blues-cum-rockabilly of Good Man that resembles something Elvis might ...
CD review - Going Way Out With Heavy Trash Jon Spencer is, to borrow a Seinfeld rerun phrase, the master of his domain. Whatever genre Spencer chooses to translate his musical direction du jour, from noisy punk chaos to visceral garage rock to skronk blues shakedown - with the Blues Explosion, Spencer Dickinson and Heavy Trash, his main musical outlets - his gift is his inherent ability to inhabit those styles without merely parroting them. Spencer is more than a student of music's past, he's an informed historian with the ...


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