Iceage, Sloppy Jane

Sat Feb 19 2022

8:00 PM (Doors 7:00 PM)

Pappy and Harriet's Pioneertown Palace

53688 Pioneertown Road Pioneertown, CA 92268

$20.00

All Ages

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Iceage, Sloppy Jane

  • Iceage

    Iceage

    Post-Punk

    With each new release, Elias Bender Rønnenfelt, Jakob Tvilling Pless, Johan Surrballe Wieth and Dan Kjær Nielsen
    refigure the contours of a typical Iceage song. This is especially true of Seek Shelter, their fifth LP and first for
    Mexican Summer. Enrolling Sonic Boom (Pete Kember of Spacemen 3) to produce the record and an additional
    guitarist in the form of Casper Morilla Fernandez, Seek Shelter sees Iceage’s propulsive momentum pushing them
    in new, expansive, ecstatic directions. A decade on from their first record, Iceage continue to harness their lives
    together through music. This journey, in music and life, has never progressed in a linear fashion.

    Seek Shelter is the sound of a tight emotional core unwound. Rain dripped through cracks in the ceiling of
    Namouche, the dilapidated wood-paneled vintage studio in Lisbon where the band set up for 12 days. The band
    had to arrange their equipment around puddles. Pieces of cloth covered slowly filling buckets so that the sound of
    raindrops wouldn’t reach the microphones. Kember arranged garden lamps from a nearby party store for mood
    lighting in the high-ceiling space. It was the longest time Iceage have ever spent making an album. When the rain
    had stopped, Seek Shelter revealed itself as a collection of songs radiating warmth and a profound desire for
    salvation in a world that’s spinning further and further out of control.
    Iceage started making music together in 2008 as young teens in their hometown of Copenhagen. The band’s 2011
    debut, New Brigade, crystallized the raucous energy and unbreakable brotherhood of Danish teenagers weaned on
    post-punk, hardcore and no wave, and it found ears and kin around the world. 2012’s You’re Nothing was hard,
    fast and raw, a bold doubling-down on the aggression of youth in the first record as well as the weight of
    expectation. Plowing Into the Field of Love (2014) and Beyondless (2018) saw a softening of the band’s hardest
    edges and the arrival of a certain world-weary vaudeville in the Iceage sound. In an extraordinary and unexpected
    run, the band had gone from the fertile hyperlocal Copenhagen scene to stages all over the world. Iceage’s past
    two records — all filtered twangy guitar riffs, sparse piano arrangements, and slinky, slow-moving rhythms —
    ventured into an intoxicated but knowing swirl, surveying the party at the end of the night. They’d seen it all, at
    least once, and their music rode the crest of that chaos.
    Seek Shelter, the band’s first record made with an outside producer brought in alongside longtime collaborator Nis
    Bysted, is the place they have been called to next. Elias Bender Rønnenfelt casts the influence of producer Sonic
    Boom as that of a sparring partner, another wayward mind to bounce ideas off of and another pair of hands (along
    with Shawn Everett, who mixed the record) to help shape the sound. Kember had said in an interview that he’d like
    to produce for the band, and the feeling was mutual. Rønnenfelt recalls being 12 or 13, listening to Spacemen 3,
    the band Kember co-founded in 1982 at the age of 16. “It was one of those things that just reverberated with my
    being,” he explains. For Seek Shelter, “we wanted a partner that had some noise that we didn’t have, more a
    wizard than a producer. We thought he’d be that kind of wizard for us, and we were right — he came in with a
    truckload of strange equipment that we’d never seen before.” Kember, reflecting on the session and reaching for
    his highest praise, describes Iceage as “fucking show offs, like everyone who was ever great and emotional and
    honest.”
    For Seek Shelter’s story of scorched-earth salvation, the band’s songwriting embraces conventional structures
    more conspicuously than it has in the past. The dirge-like drone that opens the record gives way to a wall of reverb
    that sounds fuller and brighter than anything they've committed to tape, signalling a clarity of clouds breaking.
    American gospel and blues signatures break to the front of the slow-grooving “Vendetta” and harmonica-flecked
    “Gold City,” a record which sounds like the road, a desert mission under a blazing sun. The Lisboa Gospel
    Collective, who joined the band for two tracks on the final day in the studio, provide a new scale to Rønnenfelt’s
    incantations. There are moments of unvarnished romanticism, as on the brisk Jacques Brel-like “Drink Rain,” and
    an overcast tenderness that gently glides over “Love Kills Slowly.” The massive “High & Hurt” interpolates “Will the
    Circle Be Unbroken,” a warhorse of the American religious vernacular that has become an increasingly urgent plea
    over the past century. It’s not the only anthem that calls out to the heavens: later on, Rønnenfelt invokes the
    patron saint of music and poetry on “Dear Saint Cecilia,” a song for seekers everywhere. “Writing a song is like
    trying to find a space where you can make something that’s been riled up and down through the years feel like it
    belongs to your present moment,” says Rønnenfelt. “It’s all just scaffolding that you can project something onto.”
    Rønnenfelt’s lyricism reaches grand heights despite its classic opacity — he sings of taking shelter, of tranquil
    affections that threaten to combust, and of a limp-wristed god with a cavalcade of devotees in search of relief. His
    expressionist imagery consistently hinges on the divine, a natural result of his desire to take a kernel of ordinary
    emotion and, as he explains, “blow it up like a balloon.” For Seek Shelter, as with all Iceage’s previous albums,
    Rønnenfelt stowed away for a set period of weeks and wrote the lyrics in one shot. “I set a time just to make sure
    that all the lyrics are written from the same mindset,” he explains of these weeks alone. The lyrics stem from
    journals that he’s kept over the past few years: “it becomes an amalgamation of ideas and impressions of things
    that you’ve been provoked by or had to live through. You end up with something that is a rough, blurry perspective
    of what that period of time was like, a mishmash of personal struggle that is shaded throughout by a world that
    seems more transparent in its inherently cruel ways.” Romance and desire, as described in “Love Kills Slowly” and
    the album closer “The Holding Hand,” are feelings that stretch torturously — a race without a finish line.
    What precisely makes an Iceage song is still a mysterious thing, and the band wishes to maintain this protean
    quality. “If there’s ever a point in our history when something in the songs starts to seem easy but doesn’t really
    excite us that much, we just discard that shit right away,” he says. “You’ve always got to find a new vantage point
    to attack the assignment of writing a song. If we had a formula, it would be just a continuous watering down of
    what we do until we hated ourselves and quit.” With Seek Shelter, they’ve managed to hold onto this core of
    presence and risk while writing their most ambitious songs. Even Rønnenfelt was surprised with what they were
    able to create together. “I think when we started we were just lashing out completely blindfolded with no idea as
    to why we were doing anything.” He’s speaking of the new record and also of their entire existence as a band, a
    travelogue that has catapulted these four friends far past the horizons of punk. “Some of that we wanted to
    remain intact. We try to keep the mystery. If there's no sense of mystery in it for us, then it's not fun.” Seek Shelter
    is a record that now exists at a moment of a collective unknown, when every beating heart wonders what will
    happens next.
  • Sloppy Jane

    Sloppy Jane

    Avant-Garde Rock

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Iceage, Sloppy Jane

Sat Feb 19 2022 8:00 PM

(Doors 7:00 PM)

Pappy and Harriet's Pioneertown Palace Pioneertown CA
Iceage, Sloppy Jane

$20.00 All Ages

The Event Organizer is requiring fans agree to the terms below prior to ticket purchases & event entry. Please note these confirmations will apply to all members of your party before they are allowed to enter the event and to any users of the tickets purchased by you.
By purchasing tickets for this event, I confirm that at the time of the event I will have received a negative COVID-19 test within 72-hours of the event, OR be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 (14 days past final vaccination shot). Children under 12 years of age will be required to take a COVID-19 diagnostic test within 72-hours before the event, and will provide proof of negative result prior to entering the venue.
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The Event Organizer is requiring all attendees of this event to have received a negative COVID-19 test within 72-hours prior to entering the venue, OR be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. In attending the event, you certify and attest that you and all individuals in your party attending the event will abide by the following regulations:
All fans will provide printed proof of a negative COVID-19 test within 72-hours prior to entering the venue, OR be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 (at least two weeks after final dose) and provide printed proof of immunization. Unvaccinated fans under 12 years of age will be required to take a COVID-19 diagnostic test within 72-hours before the event and will provide proof of negative result prior to entering the venue.
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