Yes, we're back at The Bordello and isn't it about time? It's not often we get to enjoy talking in Dracula-speak while walking seductively through the venue's blood red corridors. We've been asked to help with a night that should not need our help, but we will do so if only to please our dear lovers Shiloe -- although really because they put together an evening that would be foolish to miss.
Shiloe will be releasing their new EP "...And Now the Screaming Starts" on 10/14 through New and Used Records (who recently released Tigers Can Bite You's new EP "Taking and Running Away"). Look for the band to be providing a full preview of what is to come. Look for our friends Summer Darling to also be previewing some new material from their forthcoming EP/LP due later this year. We've only seen Spirit Vine a handful of times since their name change from Wake Up Incinerate so we're excited to see what new stuff they've got to show. And although not much has been said about Ojos Rojos since their majestic debut album last year 13, please know that we've been keeping a close watch on this psych-rock quartet for awhile and we're very pleased to see them on this night. Spinning throughout the evening will be Mr. Joe Fielder who should be nicknamed Prince Fielder for all the hits he'll be unleashing.
October 1, 2008
Los Angeles Loves...
with DJ JOE FIELDER (RADIO FREE SILVER LAKE)
901 E. 1st St.
Los Angeles, CA 90012 | Map
21+ / FREE / 9pm
Shiloe - "Gone" (MP3)
Summer Darling - "Ride This Wave of Good Feeling" (MP3)
Spirit Vine - "Blackhoof" (MP3)
Ojos Rojos - "Step Outside" (MP3)
Oh dear, so much to get to so little time...
We were gone for a couple of days. Saw a few bands across the pond, some of which will be doing la-underground shows in the near future. Blah blah blah.
Couple things to mention...
Temple Bar closes its doors tonight with its final show featuring Irish band Seneca. While the Westside does get a bad rap for being a weeping wallow of unhip bands, Temple Bar has always been a breath of fresh air in bringing eclectic and vibrant lineups to their stage every night. Some of our long-time favorite bands to see there over the years included Maimou, The Peak Show, Quetzal, Medusa, Brazzaville, Kneebody, The Toledo Show, Los Pinguos, Vagenius, Merrick and it's no secret that Metric played their earliest shows there when there were living in L.A. We thank you for a wonderful eight years...
Get digital: Wait Think Fast's new long EP/mini album Vuelve Al Mar out digitally through Origami Records. Their release show is scheduled for 11/18 at The Echo... Also out today is Rademacher's new digital EP ERA out now through JAXART. They play every Monday at The Echo for free... Lukas Haas' new self-titled digital EP is out today through Pulse. Haas plays at 10/21 at Molly Malone's.
Evangenitals end their Tuesday residency at T's tonight. It's been a hoot.
It makes us happy to no end to see both Los Angeles baseball teams in the postseason and both NY teams not. We wish both teams good luck. We also wish baseball was actually more interesting to watch.
We're helping with a show tomorrow at The Bordello. Hope to see you there.
Congrats to Divisadero and Marvelous Toy for their phenomenal release show on Friday. That was one of the best shows we've ever been apart of and we're lucky to have been able to squeeze into that very crowded room. Thanks to everyone who was able to make it to the show and be sure to pick up their records at upcoming shows. Photos from the lovely evening are up... Later that night, Castledoor hosted their own release show for their new video for "Dumpster Diving" and by the look of all the sweaty, elated young people pouring out of the Lyric Hyperion at 1am, it seemed like a huge success as well. If you missed it, you can still check out the new video in all its hi-def beauty at YouTube and Vimeo.
So it will be a tough call with tonight's residency nights. Choose wisely. Elsewhere, Bill Frisell at g'net. Pizza!, Caledera Lakes, The Monolators and others at pehrspace. And The Raconteurs have a few nights at the Greek with The Kills... Cold War Kids do an in-store at Fingerprints on Tuesday. Similarly, The Pussycat Dolls do an in-store at Virgin Megastore in Hollywood. The Bird and the Bee, Electrocute, Willoughby, and others at Spaceland. Seasons, ExitMusic, Cobra Lilies, and The Hectors at The Bordello. Sea Wolf opens for Okkervil River at the Music Box. And J*DaVeY opens for Little Jackie at the Roxy... Amnion residency continues on Wednesday. Cold War Kids at the Music Box. Juliette Commagere and Obi Best at Club NME. The Submarines open for Brazilian Girls at The Wiltern. And War Tapes celebrates the release of their new self-titled EP at Boardner's with Repeater... Thursday, Pop Levi does in-store at Amoeba. Megapuss, The Entrance Band, and Little Joy at the Troubadour. Lion of Panjshir finished up their residency at Tangier with Mia Doi Todd and others. And Lenka celebrates her new album at the Hotel Cafe.
In other news: Buzz Bands is back... It's Skot's (400 Blows) b-day on Wednesday. Also, happy belated birthday to Lauren Dukoff... Azure Ray reunite for a show at the Troubadour on 11/30... If you care to, please read this L.A. Times piece on the lives of the people who were in the Metrolink crash a few weeks ago.
Well, what a week wouldn't you say?.. Had to stop by the Alex & Sam residency on Monday. We still stand by our previous declaration we made for this band. This is their fourth Tangier residency this year, which might say something about their consistency as a great live act. But what we love is that the band isn't playing dumb to the fact that Ms. Sidley is the main attraction for most attendees. She's a star and everyone knows it. Beyond that, however, the songs are smartly written and perfectly executed, which must make any jazz geeks in the room feel quite at ease. They just finished recording their new album. Weasels might want to get on this one... Later on Monday, there was a bit of a family reunion at The Echo as pretty much everyone we have ever known in Los Angeles showed up to see some amazing bands. Big ups to Death to Anders for conjuring up such a fantastical lineup. CGT has the scoop on the night...
Tuesday, we saw lots of familiar faces at RFSL's "Let's Independent" but had to leave a bit early for Ding-a-Ling!, one of the few remaining traces of L.A.'s yesteryear music scene. With Bolles on the mic, Ms. Nora behind the bar, and a roomful of boys and girls we haven't seen in a decade (where have you been Martin Luther Lennon?), it's become our favorite weekly hangout for seeing wacko punk and noise bands all in the comfort of a local hole-in-the-wall . So, obviously, we couldn't pass up Creekbird, EXITMUSIC, and VOICEsVOICEs. And next week, prepare yourselves for the return of Harry Merry as he headlines Ding-a-Ling with special guests. His show from a few years ago still haunts us. Sidenote: Shortly after taking that picture, we turned around and realized that there was nobody else at The Smell. He had been playing just to us for the better part of an hour and we had no clue. Scary...
We feel for you if you were anywhere on the planet but Tangier on Wednesday. Attendees were lucky to see a loose and joyous set from Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros; some new songs from the not-so-cleverly named "The Lovely Syndrome"; and special opening sets by Captain Ragz and Tenlons Fort. Smiles all around the room (pictured above). Those who missed this spectacular evening might get something similar come December.
Congrats to The Monolators for their big Detour Fest BYOB win. We're not the biggest fans of these type of contests and hopefully no one took it too seriously but we also know how much of a big opportunity it is. And what an amazing show of support.
So, by now, you should have tonight all set. We're presenting a lovely night at pehrspace then we'll be hopping on over to the Lyric afterward. Don't forget to arrive early to pehrspace for the free BBQ! Also, listen to Whitman on "Demolisten" tonight. Crystal Antlers opens for Man Man at Echoplex. Earlimart opens for The Wedding Present at the Troubadour. Milk:Blood, No Paws (No Lions), and others at The Smell. Jon Brion/Dave Palmer at g'net. Also, Lobsterfest!!... Beck, Spoon, and MGMT at the Bowl on Saturday. Tom Freund celebrates the release of his latest release Collapsible Plans at the Hotel Cafe. Kidneythieves returns after nearly five years in hiatus mode for a show at the Roxy... Sunday, Ozomatli, Lila Downs, and others at the Bowl. Io Echo opens for Hot Chip at The Wiltern. The Health Club, Dirt Dress, and others at Mr. T's Bowl. Learning Music residency with One Trick Pony and The Sweet Hurt. The Polyamorous Affair, Odd Modern, The Keyishe and others at the Knitting Factory. Captain Ahab, Anavan, and others at The Airliner. And The World Record, Slings, and others at Spaceland.
Crystal Antlers - "Vexation" (MP3)
Kidneythieves - "Black Bullet" (MP3)
Ozomatli - "Magnolia Soul" (MP3)
Do we really have to point out the obvious in that Castledoor is premiering their new video for "Dumpster Diving" tonight at the Lyric Hyperion Theatre? It would be like hiding an elephant in a flea circus. Still, it's important to mention that the video is too good to be seen on a substandard web version and absolutely needs to be viewed in all its colorful magic in the presence of friends, popcorn, and the band themselves. Also, you might want to arrive early to see the debut of hip-hop legend Trick Tracy (aka Castledoor bassist Brandon Schwartzel) rock the mic and a special performance by Tenlons Fort (last L.A. show until November).
Castledoor will screen the new video, perform, and perhaps finish off the evening with a little movie night into the wee hours. Let's hope it's a hot steamy makeout movie like Yentl. Fingers crossed.
September 19, 2008
Los Angeles Loves... Dumpster Diving
Lyric Hyperion Theatre
2106 Hyperion Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90027 | Map
$5 / 10pm / All Ages
Castledoor - "Dumpster Diving" (MP3)
Tenlons Fort - "Followed By Bad Luck" (MP3)
Yes, Los Angeles has been the epicenter of many an infamous duel. Paris vs Nicole. Lohan vs Duff. The Airborne Toxic Event vs Pitchfork.
Now, comes the soon-to-be-historic duel of Divisadero vs Marvelous Toy. Both bands will be celebrating the release of their respective new recordings together at pehrspace on Friday. In this corner, Divisadero's debut album Lefty, a sonic wash of melancholy and musical metaphors wonderfully tied together to tell the sad tale of an emotionally and physically scarred boxer (yes, it's a concept album -- and a damn good one). And in that corner, Marvelous Toy's new EP "All Is Quiet" manages to once again prove a 4-piece can sound just as good as all those fancy orchestral ensembles while lyrically keeping to that Americana meets British folk troubadour feel that we all love. Refereeing tonight's bout will be One Trick Pony who could very well step into the Octagon at some point for a little elimination cage match action since they'll most likely be playing new songs off their upcoming record too.
So there you have it, the main event. Get ready to ru... BYOB.
September 19, 2008
Radio Free Silver Lake and we present:
DIVISADERO CD release
MARVELOUS TOY EP release
ONE TRICK PONY
325 Glendale Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90026
All Ages / $5 / 8:30pm
BYOB / FREE BBQ at 8pm
Divisadero - "Boxer's Daughter" (MP3)
Marvelous Toy - "The City Is A Washing Machine" (MP3)
One Trick Pony - "Box Song" (MP3)
Divisadero - "Lefty's Lament" (Live on Vlaze.com)
Nice weekend. Thanks to those who somehow found out about our photo/"art" exhibit on Saturday (sneaky kids). How embarrassing to actually publicly show some of our crappy pieces in that room of real artists. In any case, we appreciate that no one said we sucked to our faces although we'll be back for the closing reception so hold that thought until then... On Sunday, we got back in town and learned of a friend that was in Friday's train collision. After giving a pint of our sleep-deprived yet hopefully disease-free platelets, we groggily headed for Terrabyte 3.0 at the Arboretum, which once again was a perfectly beautiful night of art, music, and hortiphilia. Low blood sugar combined with the melodious hypnosis that Tycho and Test Shot Starfish sent through our prefrontal cortex made for a good time to catch up on z's. A few hours later we were found spooning some Alstroemeria.
Back again for the Monday residencies, which we suppose might bring out the biggest crowds of the month. Elsewhere, Miss Derringer opens for IAMX at the El Rey... Tuesday, "Let's Independent" features our boy toy Tenlons Fort with Manhattan Murder Mystery and The Poor Excuses. The return of Baby Lemonade, Velouria, and The Black Watch at the Temple Bar. Dead Rock West and Mike Stinson open for Sarah Borges at Spaceland. The Airborne Toxic Event open for The Fratellis at the Avalon. Correatown, Franklin For Short, and others at Tangier. Electrocute at Viper. Creekbird, ExitMusic, VOICEsVOICEs, and others at Ding a Ling. Hell Ya! night over at The Echo with Denmark's Turboweekend and others. And Billy Idol begins a few sold out nights at the House of Blues... Busiest day of the week is perhaps Wednesday with Tweak Bird celebrating the release of their new EP "Reservations" at the Silverlake Lounge. Aaron Embry & Friends at Tangier. Carney, Haim, and others at the Troubadour. Blank Blue celebrates the release of their new EP "Dive" at LET with FLYamSAM (Flying Lotus and SAMIAM). Also, a bunch of touring bands coming through (Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds/Spiritualized/Cat Power, Delerium, MGMT, Tokyo Police Club/The Whigs, Janet Jackson/LL Cool J, Vampire Weekend, et al)... Lenka continues her residency at the Hotel Cafe. As do Lion of Panjshir at Tangier. The Happy Hollows, The Henry Clay People, and Paperplanes down at Alex's. HEALTH opens for Foals at the El Rey. And You, Me & Iowa, Pedestrian, and pop princess Mandy Perkins at the Troubadour.
We're helping with two shows this week. Firstly, the Divisadero and Marvelous Toy release show at pehrspace on Friday, which we're co-presenting with Radio Free Silver Lake. Later on that night, Castledoor plays a late show at the Lyric Hyperion to celebrate their new video for "Dumpster Diving", which we got a sneak preview last week and we must say is quite good. Stay tuned for posts on these shows but, regardless, you should be planning this Friday accordingly.
In other news: Word of a new X record nearly brought us to tears... Our dear old friend Nikka Costa is featured here... Good interview with our ex-girlfriend Jesca Hoop by LAist.
We very much enjoyed hanging out with everyone this week. Death to Anders received a warm welcome to their September residency on Monday. Their new "Enigmatic Market EP" is being sold this month for an amazing 2-for-1 deal with their latest and greatest release Fictitious Business. And we applaud Manhattan Murder Mystery for making the most of the midnight slot dance floor...
Also, good to see so many friends at the Amnion/Aaron Embry & Friends weekly recital at Tangier on Wednesday. We must say this residency has been the highlight of
Finally, special thanks to boxViolet's gear (pictured above) for making last night's show possible at the Unknown. Also, thanks to Seasons for putting together such a good lineup we had to skip out on all the other planned shows. Those other shows can send hate mail to Seasons.
Photos from a few things are probably up by now.
What to do... Knight Rider on "Demolisten" tonight. Everyone's favorite boy of the beach, Brian Wilson, pwns the Hollywood Bowl this weekend. Jason Falkner, Oliver Future, and HoneyHoney at the Roxy. Jenny Lewis early show at The Echo (later, The Strange Boys). Supreme Beings of Leisure and Carmen Rizzo at Echoplex. Infinity, Dogweed, and Voxhaul Broadcast at Spaceland. Quetzal, Upground, and others at Temple Bar. Daniel Ahearn opens for Rob Dickinson. Jon Brion/Dave Palmer (with the lovely Heather Porcaro) at g'Net. And Meho Plaza, Die Rockers Die and others at The Smell... On Saturday, The Smell is shooting a live DVD with HEALTH, The Mae Shi, Anavan, and Foot Village. Inara George and Van Dyke Parks at g'Net. Kristin Hersh's The Shady Circle at McCabe's. Phantom Planet and others at the Music Box. "L.A. Goes Boom" at Gallery 10. Our old friends Bobot Adrenaline celebrate the release of their new album Unfurled at Alex's Bar with Go Betty Go. And the long-awaited return of Nocturnal Wonderland... Terrabyte 3.0 returns to the Arboretum. The Terrapin, Dietra Kruschev, and VOICEsVOICEs at $ucka Free.
Also, everyone wish Downtown/Union's Bo Bory a happy birthday on Saturday!!!
Meho Plaza - "106 Beats That" (Wire cover) (MP3)
Quetzal - "Migra" (MP3)
Le Castle Vania - "Trouble In Daylight" (LA Riots Remix) (MP3)
What the hey...
Listen up for a little CGT vs Buzz Bands action tonight at 6pm...
Future Sounds gave some props to Tenlons Fort today. This new EP they speak of is absolutely miraculous. T Fort plays tonight with Aaron Embry and friends at Tangier. Last week, the Embry's did a beautiful version of T Fort's "Ghost on a Hill" that of course made us weep. The picture above is Tenlons strumming a Castledoor song at The Monolator house back in July. Incidentally, members of Castledoor were seen at last week's Tangier show. In other words, tonight is going to be effing amazing (plus, it's free)...
Speaking of Castledoor, be sure to pay attention to any bulletins they post about a wonderful show they have planned for next week.
Good, if not already dated, commentary on L.A.'s current music scene by the Guardian with a nice intro using Babcock's now-infamous hurtful words...
Finally listened to Acid Tongue all the way through. What do you think? Title track and "Fernando" stand out. We'll be stopping by Amoeba tonight to of course see the Red Heads as well as to pick up the new Mitch Hedberg and Ettes records...
Interesting write-up on the Hotel Cafe by the LA Times although we wouldn't necessarily call it a "listening room" unless you like it when industry people talk over your favorite band while waiting for the band they're jockeying to sign to hit the stage...
Local rising singer-songwriter Lucy Schwartz, who we might have caught do a series of private showcases last year for labels, is the featured artist on the soundtrack for The Women, starring Meg Ryan, Bette Midler, Candice Bergen, Annette Bening, Jada Pinkett Smith, Eva Mendes, and Debra Messing. The soundtrack (sup'd by Douridas) came out this week and features Schwartz's tracks "Count on Me" (produced by Mitchell Froom) and "Beautiful" (produced by Larry Klein and Walter Becker). Not bad for recent high school graduate...
We doubt this album will neither make anyone "happy" or be considered even remotely "fun"...
How can we be #16 on this list? We invented MySpace and speed dating for the love of gosh...
She probably wouldn't remember dancing with us to Bright Eyes at the Wiltern a few years ago, but we'll still mention that tickets for Irish lass Lisa Hannigan's show at g'net on 10/30 is now available through the venue or through Lisa's site. Her long-awaited debut album Sea Sew (out next week) is just as lovely as you might have hoped. Download "Lille" here...
Who wants to Rock?
Thank you South Bay for coming out last night to the little big show at the Rocke. And thanks to Otik Records (pictured above) for letting us tag along. We hear we might do another one soon. Pics up.
Death to Anders, Alex & Sam, and My Imaginary Friends begin their respective Monday residencies. Elsewhere, Gangi opens for Silver Summit and The Why Because at the Prospector... On Tuesday, Meiko celebrates the re-release of her self-titled debut album at Borders (Vine and Sunset). Nels Cline at the Temple Bar. David Garza opens for Alejandro Escovedo at the Troubadour... On Wednesday, head out to Amoeba for The Parson Red Heads in-store. Amnion, Tenlons Fort, and Dirt Bird at Tangier. Nels Cline and Jon Brion blow minds at g'Net. Bodies of Water return home with a show at The Echo. Electrocute, Lady Tigra, and The Polyamorous Affair go electro at The Bordello... Thursday should be interesting running around to all these: Jenny Lewis at Spaceland. Les Blanks, My Pet Saddle, The Voyeurs, and Go West Young Man at the Silverlake Lounge. The Flying Tourbillon Orchestra, Avi Buffalo, Seasons, and boxViolet at the Unknown Theater. Dallas Don and the Echo Park Orchestra at Taix. The Mormons and Pizza! at Five Star Bar. Puppies and Kittens with Azalia Snail at Mountain Bar. Also, Meiko will be on Conan O'Brien.
First week of September is in the books. Has anyone recognized the fact that 2008 is moving at the speed of light? We honestly don't even remember what happened in August and here we are already through a 1/4th of September.
Shirley Rolls perform live on "Demolisten" tonight. Later this evening, The Union Line celebrates the release of their debut album at The Mint tonight with Aushua and Local Natives (formerly known as Cavil at Rest). Justin Riner celebrates a birthday at the Knitting Factory with friends You, Me and Iowa, Calamity Magnet, and others. The Watson Twins and Inara George open two separate nights for Nada Surf at the Troubadour. Seasons is back for "First Fridays" with Downtown/Union, Keith Waggoner, and others. Jon Brion/Dave Palmer (with Tom Brosseau) at g'net. And we'll definitely be returning to this year's Greek Fest for some fine cuisine, fantastic music, and folk dance. It's our fifth year volunteering this fest and one of the most fun... Saturday, Rademacher celebrates the release of their new digital EP ERA (out through JAXART) at pehrspace with Le Switch and Light FM. Blank Blue and Magic Lantern at The Que Sera. Twilight Sleep, Tigers Can Bite You, and others at Spaceland. Urinals, A.M., and others at The Smell. DJ Quik at the Key Club. Chris & Thomas at McCabe's. Nine Inch Nails at the Forum... On Sunday, we'll be in the South Bay at Saint Rocke. Elswhere, The 2nd Annual Manifest Destiny featuring The Warlocks, Earthless, Witchcraft, and many others takes over Echoplex. Mia Doi Todd and The French Semester open for Death Vessel at Spaceland. Inara George and Greg Kurstin at Tangier. The Lieutenants at PTP. And Wait Think Fast, The Health Club, and Franco Near Death do $ucka Free $undays.
Nada Surf - "Where Is My Mind?" (The Pixies) (MP3)
Rademacher - "If You Got Some Magic" (MP3)
The Warlocks - "So Paranoid" (MP3)
Wait Think Fast - "Lightning" (MP3)
Otik Records, the South Bay-bred label that has brought you the likes of E>K>U>K, The Voyeurs, and Vaudeville are making quite a bit of noise with their bi-weekly nights at Saint Rocke down in Hermosa Beach. Formerly known as the Pitcher House, Saint Rocke is now a swanky joint that has already hosted the likes of The BellRays, The Bravery, and Donavon Frankenreiter. Otik Records' nights have been just as good with local favorites HoneyHoney, The Monolators, The Sweet Hurt, ExitMusic, and others all getting some South Bay love. This week, they've put together another fantastic lineup and we're just hopping on for the ride.
South Bay we come to you this weekend. Pucker up.
September 7, 2008
Otik Records/la-underground present:
THE HENRY CLAY PEOPLE
142 S. Pacific Coast Highway
Hermosa Beach, CA 90254
$5 / 21+ / 8pm
The Henry Clay People - "The Gentle Charm of the Soviette" (MP3)
Shirley Rolls - "Hard to Rely On" (MP3)
Pulse Out - "Girls Give Girls a Bad Name" (MP3)
Well, that was an eventful weekend. We stopped by 6th St. for a great benefit show on Friday. Proceeds of the show went to Free Arts for Abused Children and what a great event it was going to be. Sharif and Devendra were spinning records when we arrived then as WEAVE! was a few minutes into their set the show got shut down by men in uniform. People quickly dispersed but unfortunately, according to LA Record, that's not where it ended. A donation account has been set up in Dave's behalf. If you've ever enjoyed a night at Dave's warehouse, you should be giving a buck or two right about now... Despite not really being up for F Yeah-ing it this year, we did stop by to see some friends Anavan, Monotonix, Jonah Ray, URTC, 60-Watt Kid, and a few others. We took a few pics of the back of people's heads if you're interested... Later on that night, we hopped on over to pehrspace for Divisadero. We'll be co-presenting their CD release show at pehrspace on 9/19 with Radio Free Silver Lake. Yay... Also, congrats to Monsters Are Waiting on the release of their new EP. We couldn't make it over yonder for the show on Friday but boxViolet has a nice mention.
So September looks fun, right?
September residences are plentiful: Aaron Embry, Lenka, Lion of Panjshir, Dios (Malos), Death to Anders, Daniel Brummel, Carney, My Imaginary Friends, Olin and the Moon, Learning Music... CD release shows include Divisadero, Lenka, Rademacher, Sam Shelton, Tom Freund, The Binges, Marvelous Toy, Writer, Austin Hartley-Leonard, Praying Hands, The Union Line, Dave Yaden, Tic Tic Boom, Saba, Oh Darling, and Lily Wilson... Festivals: Greek Fest (9/5-7), Manifest Destiny (9/7), Campout (9/8), Nocturnal Wonderland (9/13), Harvest Moon (9/14), Lobster Festival (9/19-21), We the People (9/27).
Also, Priscilla Ahn appears on Craig Ferguson tonight.
In other news: Voting for Detour Festival's BYOB has begun with a few of our favorites in the running. Good luck to all the nominees... Eagle Rock Music Festival is shaping up to be a big one with Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, The Parson Red Heads, Earlimart, Abe Vigoda, Mika Miko, Radar Bros., Emily Wells, The Flying Tourbillon Orchestra, Cobra Lilies, Pizza!, and others many others so far confirmed.