July Tour!!! – Adam Remnant & Dolfish

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Adam Remnant of Southeast Engine and Dolfish (aka Max Sollisch) will be touring living rooms and a few intimate venues this July! Expect an incredible, intimate, seated night of music and stories from these two singer-songwriters.  They are now selling pre-sale tickets independently through their big cartel site where all money goes directly from fan to artist, no fees!!! If you live in (or near) these cities reserve your ticket NOW!!! Some shows are limited to only 30 tickets!!

Buy your tickets at the following link: http://dolfishremnant.bigcartel.com

* Note:  The House Show tickets must be purchased in advance. You will be emailed the address of the House Show only after you purchase the ticket. This is because it is a private performance and it wouldn’t be right to make our host’s address public. Please do not bring guests who did not purchase tickets thru the ticket site. But certainly share the link with them!

Wed. – July 10, 2013 – Columbus, Ohio
@ Garden Theater

Thurs. – July 11, 2013 – Lansing, Michigan
@ House Show

Friday – July 12, 2013 – Chicago, Illinois
@ House Show

Saturday – July 13, 2013 – Toledo, Ohio
@ Bozarts Gallery (no pre-sale tickets)

Sunday – July 14, 2013 – Cleveland Heights, Ohio
@ Bottle House Brewery – 3 pm.  (EARLY SHOW!)

Monday, July 15, 2013 – Rochester, New York
@ House Show (TBA)

Tuesday, July 16, 2013 – New York, New York
@ Parkside Lounge

Wednesday, July 17 – Washington, DC
@ House Show

Thursday, July 18 – Athens, Ohio
@ House Show

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Heavy Hearts – Rest in Peace Jason Molina

The news of Jason Molina’s passing has left the Southeast Engine camp heavyhearted. Molina fronted both Songs: Ohia and Magnolia Electric Co. and his music just meant so much to us all.

As a touring band spending long hours confined to a van, Southeast Engine could always agree on the songs of Molina. They seemed to be the perfect soundtrack to the open road. While SEE typically set out to discover older music, Molina’s albums were the exception to the rule and, arguably, the most played. There are distinct memories of traveling across North Dakota’s vast expanse while simultaneously nodding to “Leave the City“ or watching the moon rest above the Rockies with ”Farewell Transmission“ turned up loud.

Southeast Engine played a few shows with Magnolia Electric Co. and shared the same booking agent. It was always a dream of ours to do it again, however, we shall now have to simply be grateful for the music Jason Molina provided us. It was music that seemed to make time stand still and, for brief moments, it left a lingering sense that everything was going to be okay. Oh, what a beautiful gift he gave. “It ain’t Hallelujah, but it might as well have been.”


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Adam Remnant – Home Studio and Album

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Adam Remnant is currently working on building a home studio with the hopes of recording a solo album at home.  You can follow his adventures on his blog at Tumblr or stay updated through his personal Twitter or Instagram.   Here’s a picture of Adam with the Harmony Rocket guitar he recently received as a gift from an old friend!  Check out the Tumblr post to read the full story.

Here’s all the links:
Tumblr: adamremnant.tumblr.com
Twitter: twitter.com/adamremnant
Instagram: instagram.com/adamremnant


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Thanks for a Great 2012

We wanted to check in to say thanks for a great 2012.  We also want to direct you to a 20% sale on all our records and t-shirts right now at Misra Records including our 2012 EP Canaanville.

2012 was actually a pretty active year for the band, which included all of the following:

  • SXSW + SPRING TOUR:  A SXSW performance for the Misra Records Showcase along with a couple other performances with a tour surrounding the festival.  Here is a video of us performing all acoustic “Old Oak Tree” for a secret show we did in the basement of the Texas capital building.
  • CANAANVILLE EP RELEASE: The summer saw the release of our Canaanville EP, which is a four song companion piece to our 2011 full-length album Canary. The EP was released in conjunction with a new run of t-shirts, in which the purchase of a shirt came with a free digital download of the EP.  You can see the cover of the EP and learn more about it here.  Pop Matters actually wrote one of the most in-depth articles on the band as well at the release of the EP, which you can read here.
  • FALL TOUR, DAYTROTTER, & OFFICIAL “OLD OAK TREE” VIDEO: The band hit the road once again in November of this year with a string of dates through the Midwest, East Coast, and Northeast.  The Fall season also saw the premiere of our encore Daytrotter performance and the premiere of our official video for “Old Oak Tree” by filmmaker Tommy Britt.

Thanks again for a great year everyone!  Don’t forget to check out the store at Misra Records for a sale on all our records as well.  Your support goes a long way.

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“Old Oak Tree” Video Premiere • Autumn 2012 Tour: November 1-10

Southeast Engine – Old Oak Tree from Tommy Britt on Vimeo.

The wonderful folks at Donewaiting premiered Southeast Engine’s “Old Oak Tree” video today. The video was shot by filmmaker Thomas R. Britt and debuted on DW in celebration of SEE’s Midwest/Northeast Autumn 2012 Tour. Here is the Facebook event page for the tour (dates below as well).

“Old Oak Tree” is the first track on the band’s new Canaanville EP. Canaanville is an appendix to 2011′s critically-acclaimed Canary full-length. Here is Southeast Engine on NPR World Cafe with David Dye in the wake of the aforementioned album.

Southeast Engine Autumn 2012 Tour

11-01 – Columbus, OH – The Tree Bar
11-02 – Pittsburgh, PA – Club Cafe
11-03 – Washington, DC – The Dunes
11-04 – Phoenixville, PA – Steel City Coffeehouse
11-05 – Rochester, NY – Abilene Bar & Lounge
11-06 – Albany, NY – Red Square
11-07 – New Haven, CT – BAR
11-08 – Allston, MA – Great Scott
11-09 – Peace Dale, RI – Roots Hoot House Concerts
11-10 – New York, NY – The Slipper Room (early show)

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