Emily Jane White’s new album, Ode To Sentience, on iTunes now!

Emily Jane White has been hailed as an “Accomplished Storyteller” (Prefix) and  ”Southern lit for the chamber folk set” (SF Mag). Her new album, Ode To Sentience, will be available at your local record store on June 12th, but you can download your copy of this amazing album NOW via iTunes!

That’s right, true believer! With Ode to Sentience hitting radio now and a US Tour for EJW starting this week, we worked with iTunes to set up a pre-release….we hate making people wait for music this good. And iTunes must feel the same way, they are featuring the album as a “New and Noteworthy” release on both their Alternative and Indie sections!

Full album downloads also come with a digital lyric booklet, so head on over to iTunes!

And yes, if digital downloads aren’t your thing, here’s a little secret just between us: From now until release date, all CD orders through the Antenna Farm Store will ship within 24 hours, so an early order will still get this great album to you on or before the official release date. We’ll even throw in a limited edition tour poster with all orders while supplies last!

Antenna Farm is proud to present Ode To Sentience, and we can’t wait to share it with you. Head on over to iTunes or the Antenna Farm Store to check it out first hand!




Emily Jane White announces June US Tour Dates!

Emily Jane White is currently in Japan, on a two week tour, and preparing for the June 12th release of her third album, Ode To Sentience. In the meantime, she’s announcing a set of east and west coast US shows for June. Without further ado, here they are:

Emily Jane White US Tour

6/1 – Sophia’s Thai Kitchen  Davis, CA
6/2 – Tin Can  San Diego, CA
6/3 – Zoey’s Ventura, CA
6/4 – The Mint Los Angeles, CA
6/7 – Tractor Tavern Seattle, WA
6/9 –  Living Room Show Olympia, WA
6/10 – The Old Church Portland, OR 
6/12 – Brick and Mortar San Francisco, CA
6/13 – The Crepe Place Santa Cruz, CA
6/15 – Arlene Francis Center Santa Rosa, CA
6/17 – Amoeba In-Store Berkeley, CA
6/21 – Living Room NY, NY
6/23 – Parlor Coffee House Hudson, NY 
6/24 – Glasslands Brooklyn, NY
6/25 – Monkey House Winooski, VT
6/26 – Fete Providence, RI
6/27 – Club Passim Cambridge, MA
6/29 – Merced Arts Center Merced, CA
6/30 – Last Record Store In-Store Santa Rosa, CA


Emily puts on a great show, and if she’s coming through your town this is a great opportunity to check out the songs from her new record on this rare US tour. As a reminder, Ode To Sentience is released on June 12th, check out the first single from the album, Black Silk, below.

Bart Davenport releases video for Cheap Words!

In case there was still some lingering doubt as to whether Berkeley’s favorite son has actually made the move to the City of Angels, we now have definitive proof.

Bart Davenport has just released the video for Cheap Words, the B-side to his new Someone2Dance 7″, and it’s a beautiful montage of the sights of downtown Los Angeles at night…a perfect match for Sam Flax‘s synth-driven minimalist production on the track, itself a reduction of earlier pop versions of the song more in line with Cheap Words’ running themes of isolation and loneliness, wasted love and alienation. 

Produced by the very talented Peter Rubi, and featuring Erin Weber, the video for Cheap Words is a paean to the desolation of skid row, both on the streets of Los Angeles and as part of a modern love affair. Wasted love indeed. Watch Now.


Social Studies Announce West Coast Dates & Kickstarter!

Social Studies are on the move.

To start, they’re announcing a short string of California dates for early May, in a support slot for Ramona Falls (Barsuk Records). But even better, the band has just finished recording their new album, as-yet un-named, but due for release later this year. Mixing is almost complete and we’ve heard a few of the finished cuts…just one word: AWESOME.

The band has launched a kickstarter campaign to fund the recording of the album, and they’ve put together some amazing music and artwork packages for the folks that give a hand. They’re a week into it and have raised just under half of their $7000 goal. If you were a fan of their 2010 album, Wind Up Wooden Heart, you’re going to be rocked by these new songs.

Of course, Californians can check things out first hand, as Social Studies head out on the road next week to preview a handul of these new songs for you personally!

Social Studies Tour Dates

May 8th – San Diego @ The Casbah w/ Ramona Falls

May 10th – Los Angeles @ The Echo w/ Ramona Falls & Lotus Plaza

May 11th – San Francisco @ Cafe Du Nord w/ Ramona Falls & Churches

May 12th – Davis @ Sophia’s Thai Kitchen w/ Ramona Falls & We Are Plural

Check out Social Studies Kickstarter Campaign HERE.

Emily Jane White releases Requiem Waltz single to iTunes!

The second single from Emily Jane White‘s upcoming Ode To Sentience album releases to iTunes today!

Requiem Waltz is a dark meditation on loss and helplessness in the face of destructive acts by the ones we love…with a haunting piano motif throughout. Emily describes the origins of the song, courtesy of American Songwriter:

““Requiem Waltz was originally written on guitar, but I later re-wrote it for the piano and liked that version much better. Once the song was finished I presented it to Carey Lamprecht [violin] and Jen Grady [cello] during a rehearsal in Jen’s livingroom, and together they came up with the beautiful string arrangement. I think we performed it for the first time that very same summer at a show with The Mumlers at The Hemlock Tavern in San Francisco.”

The Requiem Waltz single is available on iTunes Now!

Emily Jane White’s third album, Ode To Sentience is her most realized work to date. Drawing upon finger-picked folk, traditional country, classical music and rock, White creates an expansive space for her intuitive lyrics and elegiac vocals. Ode To Sentience will be released in the United States on June 12th, 2012.
Emily Jane White – Requiem Waltz by Antenna Farm Records

Emily Jane White announces Japan Tour Dates!

In conjunction with the US release of Emily Jane White‘s third album, Ode To Sentience, she will be doing a string of June dates on the east and West coast of the US that are being finalized now. Stay tuned, loyal readers.

In the meantime, Emily will spend a couple of weeks in May touring Japan, where she has been growing in popularity since her first album release back in 2008. Dates below:

14/05/12: SENDAI CITY (Miyagi Prefecture) / LIVEHOUSE enn 2nd 

15/05/12: YAMAGATA CITY (Yamagata Prefecture) / Akarigura

17/05/12: NAGOYA CITY (Aichi Prefecture) / Tokuzo

18/05/12: KANAZAWA CITY (Ishikawa Prefecture) / Mokkiriya

19/05/12: OKAYAMA CITY (Okayama Prefecture) / Jyoukakokaido

21/05/12: KYOTO CITY (Kyoto Prefecture) / Urbangguild

22/05/12: FUKUOKA CITY (Fukuoka Prefecture) / Rooms

23/05/12: NAHA CITY (Okinawa Prefecture) / Sakurazaka Theater

26/05/12: TOKYO (Tokyo Metropolis) / La Cana


Finally, Bay Area folks can catch Emily Jane White playing a free show this Wednesday (4/25) at the Guerrero Gallery in SF, part of the Artists Living Room Series. The show starts at 7, and Emily opens for Release the Sunbird, the new project from Zach Rougue (of Rougue Wave). Again, this show is free, but you need to RSVP for entry. Do it HERE.

Emily Jane White Daytrotter Session Now Available!

Just  a quick note to let you know that Emily Jane White’s Daytrotter session is now live!

Recorded in San Francisco back in February during one of their special Noise Pop sessions, the intrepid Sean Moeller and his crew captured 4 songs from Emily’s upcoming album release, Ode To Sentience live in the studio. And as is par for the Daytrotter course, these tracks capture the urgency of live performance (no over-dubs ever allowed!) but with the crisp high fidelity of a top gear studio session.

Other artists who have recorded great Daytrotter sessions read like a who’s who of modern music greats: Fleet Foxes, Wire, Bon Iver, Cowboy JunkiesMGMT, Dinosaur JR, and many more have done DT sessions, as well as Antenna Farm artists Agent RibbonsBart DavenportThe Botticellis, The Donkeys, and Papercuts. In short, if you are not familiar with DT, you owe it to yourself to head over to the site and give a listen. And how better to start than with the brand new Emily Jane White Session!

Happy Listening!

Emily Jane White and Foxtails Brigade Norcal Dates!

Just a quick reminder for regular readers of this space, Emily Jane White and Foxtails Brigade are hitting the road for a short series of Northern California dates this week. Starting Wednesday in San Francisco, on to Santa Rosa and Modesto before wrapping up in Nevada City this Saturday night.

Foxtails Brigade are riding high after their March southwest tour and have a great new series of videos that you can check out here and here. Meanwhile Emily Jane White is prepping for her new album coming out in June. And Wednesday at the Cafe Du Nord will be Emily’s last SF show before a string of May dates in Japan and her record release show at the Brick and Mortar June 12th.

In other words, if you’re in the area, get on it. These will be great shows and you don’t want to miss them!


Emily Jane White and Foxtails Brigade

Wed, 4/11: Cafe Du Nord, SF (w/Paula Frazer) https://www.facebook.com/events/151885241600239/
Thu, 4/12: Christy’s on the Square, Santa Rosa https://www.facebook.com/events/242484912515027/
Fri, 4/13: Chateau De Cole, Modesto: https://www.facebook.com/events/137190689741792/
Sat, 4/14: Cafe Mekka, Nevada City https://www.facebook.com/pages/Cafe-Mekka/269631906169


Foxtails Brigade release second Farmhouse Series video!

Foxtails Brigade have released the second in their Farmhouse series of videos produced by Jack Conte of Pomplamoose. The quartet just finished a 3-week tour of the South Western US and have a homecoming performance next week in San Francisco, followed by a short string of dates with Emily Jane White in Santa Rosa, Modesto, and Nevada City.

This video is for the song Pan Asian Delight from their 2011 album, The Bread and The Bait. Check it out, and tour dates below!


Emily Jane White and Foxtails Brigade tour dates:

Wed, 4/11: Cafe Du Nord, SF (w/Paula Frazer) https://www.facebook.com/events/151885241600239/
Thu, 4/12: Christy’s on the Square, Santa Rosa https://www.facebook.com/events/242484912515027/
Fri, 4/13: Chateau De Cole, Modesto: https://www.facebook.com/events/137190689741792/
Sat, 4/14: Cafe Mekka, Nevada City https://www.facebook.com/pages/Cafe-Mekka/269631906169

Emily Jane White shares new video, April NorCal dates with Foxtails Brigade

Antenna Farm is pleased to present a new video from Emily Jane White‘s upcoming album Ode To Sentience. The song is The Cliff, and it is a conflicted meditation on addiction, wrapped in a slowly loping country rock shell that recalls the best of early Neil Young and Emmylou Harris. The video, shot by film-maker and longtime EJW collaborator Cam Archer is a strikingly stark statement, led by shifting palettes of color.


We’re also happy to announce a short set of mid-April Northern California tourdates with label-mate Foxtails Brigade. These shows will be a run-up to Emily’s tour of Japan in May, and extended touring of both coasts of the US this June.



Emily Jane White and Foxtails Brigade tour dates:

Wed, 4/11: Cafe Du Nord, SF (w/Paula Frazer) https://www.facebook.com/events/151885241600239/
Thu, 4/12: Christy’s on the Square, Santa Rosa http://www.christysonthesquare.com/
Fri, 4/13: Chateau De Cole, Modesto: https://www.facebook.com/events/137190689741792/
Sat, 4/14: Cafe Mekka, Nevada City https://www.facebook.com/pages/Cafe-Mekka/269631906169

These will be great shows. Bay Area folks, hope to see you at the Cafe Du Nord!

And of course, the video!!

Emily Jane White – The Cliff. Directed by Cam Archer. From the upcoming album Ode To Sentience, coming out June 12th on Antenna Farm.

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