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PETER HOOK & THE LIGHT ANNOUNCE 2016 NORTH AMERICAN TOUR PERFORMING ‘SUBSTANCE: JOY DIVISION & NEW ORDER’
Peter Hook & The Light have today announced their long awaited return to North America – a 28 date trek (the band’s biggest to date) across September, October & November 2016…
Billed as ‘An Evening with Peter Hook & The Light’, Hooky & his band will be performing both Joy Division & New Order’s ‘Substance’ records live & in full at each stop on the tour…
Tickets for all shows will go on sale from this Friday 22nd January – stay tuned for ticket links & other updates which we will be posting in due course…
An evening with Peter Hook & The Light performing ‘Substance: Joy Division & New Order’ – North American tour 2016:
22 – Webster Hall, New York City, NY.
23 – Webster Hall, New York City, NY.
24 – The Wiltern, Los Angeles, CA.
26 – Saint Andrew’s Hall, Detroit, MI.
28 – Metro Chicago, Chicago, IL.
29 – Turner Hall Ballroom, Milwaukee, WI.
30 – First Avenue & 7th St Entry, Minneapolis, MN.
1 – VENUE, Vancouver, BC.
3 – Showbox at the Market (Showbox Presents), Seattle, WA.
4 – Wonder Ballroom, Portland, OR.
5 – The Fillmore, San Francisco, CA.
7 – Urban Lounge, Salt Lake City, UT.
8 – House of Blues San Diego, San Diego, CA.
11 – Granada Theater, Dallas, TX.
12 – The Mohawk Austin, TX.
14 – Republic NOLA, New Orleans, LA.
15 – Terminal West, Atlanta, GA.
17 – The Plaza Live, Orlando, FL.
18 – culture room, Fort Lauderdale, FL.
19 – The RITZ Ybor, Tampa, FL.
21 – The Orange Peel, Asheville, NC.
22 – Cat’s Cradle, Carrboro, NC.
23 – The Howard Theatre, Washington, DC.
25 – The Trocadero, Philadelphia, PA.
26 – The Sinclair, Boston, MA.
27 – Théâtre Fairmount, Montreal, QC.
29 – The Danforth Music Hall, Toronto, ON.
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SOUNDS OF THE CITY , CASTLEFIELD BOWL, MANCHESTER
MIKE PICKERING & GRAEME PARK PERFORM WITH THE MANCHESTER CAMERATA ORCHESTRA
Saturday 2nd July 2016
With Special Guests
Tickets On Sale : 9am Friday 11th December 2015.
Direct Link – http://bit.ly/HaciendaClassicalCastlefieldGigsAndTours
Having sold out two dates in Manchester and a show at London’s Royal Albert Hall in a matter of minutes, Fac 51 The Haçienda and Manchester Camerata, the city’s experimental orchestra, are to bring Haçienda Classical to the Castlefield Bowl on Saturday 2nd July.
The event sees the Camerata collaborate with the DJ’s who shaped The Haçienda’s sound – Mike Pickering and Graeme Park – for a night of classic dance music, innovatively adapted and arranged especially for the occasion.
For auction is this exclusive Q Awards 2015 official vinyl signed by the extraordinary New Order in support of WaterAid. This vinyl was exclusively produced for the event and signed by every member of the band on the day at the Q Awards where they won Q Outstanding Contribution to Music award, making it a fantastic collectable! A must-have item for any major New Order fan, you won’t find this anywhere else, a perfect Christmas gift.
New Order: The band consists of Gillian Gilbert, Phil Cunningham, Bernard Sumner, Stephen Morris and Tom Chapman. New Order is famed for combining the post punk sound with catchy electronic music. The band’s most famous track Blue Monday is one of the best ever 12-inch singles of all time, having sold 1.16 million in the United Kingdom alone. The band has gone on to make 10 successful studio albums since and has recently released new album, Music Complete.
(Note that the vinyl is decorative only and is uncut and therefore a blank record)
You can bid on this unique item here:
100% of funds raised from this auction will go towards WaterAid’s winter appeal – Deliver Life. This winter we want to raise £5 million to give mums and babies in the world’s poorest communities the best start in life – simply through clean water and hygiene.
Bid today and every pound given in the UK will be doubled by the UK Government – helping us to reach 130,000 mums and their families with clean water.
Please check out the other WaterAid unique signed items on Ebay here:
Many thanks to Jameela Freitas for the information and Happy Bidding!
Peter Hook & The Light Performing Substance – Joy Division & New Order Debut Concerts
Glasgow / Manchester / London – September 2016
Spider Touring Present An Evening With Peter Hook & The Light
Performing “Substance” – Joy Division & New Order
Thursday 15th September 2016 Glasgow Barrowlands
Friday 16th September 2016 Manchester 02 Apollo
Saturday 17th September 2016 London Kentish Town Forum
Tickets on pre-sale – Monday 2nd November 2015
General Sale Wednesday 4th November 2015
Full Details At www.peterhook.co.uk/events
With newly announced dates across three major cities, Peter Hook & The Light are to perform Joy Division and New Order’s legendary Factory Records compilation albums “Substance” live, sequentially and in their entireties. The debut shows will take place in September 2016.
The Light’s first concert takes place at the Barrowlands in Glasgow on Thursday 15th September before a hometown show at the 02 Apollo in Manchester on Friday 16th September. The final date will take place in London at the Kentish Town Forum on Saturday 17th September.
Released in August 1987, New Order’s Substance was originally conceived as a way for Factory Records boss, Tony Wilson, to play the New Order singles on the CD player of his new Jaguar car. Substance became the best selling New Order album ever upon its release, the double LP going on to sell 2 million copies in America alone.
Widely considered New Order’s strongest album, “their most popular, well known, highly rated and arguably the most influential” (Sputnik Music), Factory Records’ 200th release featured the bands seminal 12″ mixes of their singles as well as versions of ‘Confusion’ and Temptation re-recorded for the LP.
Running from “Ceremony” in 1981 up to “True Faith” in 1987 (again recorded especially for the album), the set takes in the high points of New Order’s catalogue, including “Temptation”, “Thieves Like Us”, “The Perfect Kiss” and “Bizarre Love Triangle”.
Released the following year in July 1988, Joy Division’s Substance features all the singles which did not appear on the albums such as “Transmission”, “Komakino”, “Love Will Tear Us Apart” and “Atmosphere”, as well as their b-sides, tracks from their EP “An Ideal For Living” and the Factory Records sampler.
Factory Records’ 250th release, it begins with “Warsaw” and takes in the development of the band through “Digital” and “Dead Souls” to the band’s final tracks. The collection demonstrates the same energy as a full length LP with several key B-sides added.
Allmusic called it “the best adjunct to the two albums anyone could want.”
Peter Hook & The Light have toured Joy Division and New Order’s albums extensively since debuting “Unknown Pleasures” back in 2010 with dates all across the world which have been very well received by critics and fans alike. (See below for review quotes.)
The announcement of the Substance dates comes with The Light about to perform their biggest Manchester gig to date at the fully sold out Manchester Academy on Friday 30th October 2015.
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On “Substance” – Joy Division
“Substance, in all of its 17 tracks, provides the perfect snapshot of the all-too-short career of the post-punk legends… Although an entirely different experience from either Joy Division album, Substance is a perfectly ordered compilation with nothing but amazing singles filling up its 60+ minute running time.” Sputnik Music
On “Substance” – New Order
“This assemblage of 12-inch singles and remixes charts New Order’s transformation from gloom rockers to electro-disco pioneers. Club hits like “Blue Monday” and “Bizarre Love Triangle” are full of bass melodies that beat-loving guitar bands are still trying to figure out.”
Rolling Stone’s 500 Greatest Albums Of All Time
“Although the group enjoyed many great moments after this point, Substance should still be their time capsule release. Almost taken for granted, the way New Order brought the underground dance sounds of the US to the indie mainstream could well make them one of the most significant groups ever.” BBC Music
On Peter Hook And The Light Live
“Peter Hook & The Light have developed into a well-oiled machine that – whisper it – actually deliver these songs better than the current line-up of New Order….they’ve become an impressive tour de force more than worthy of associating themselves with arguably two of the finest back catalogues in rock and roll history.” Drowned In Sound
‘A masterclass in euphoria and heartache in equal measure…. The chronology of the set played perfectly as high spirits continued to grow right up until the end of the show.” Gigwise
“This is New Order reinvigorated, reenergized; Hooky has arguably reclaimed the songs and is delivering them with heart and soul.” – Louder Than War
“It was certainly one of those special shows were the venue, artist, and fans all clicked perfectly to make for a very memorable experience and a blazing hot and awesome show by a legendary artist and performer, who in my opinion is the heart and soul of New Order keeping the most authentic live performance of their music alive for old and new fans.” Rock Subculture
“By focusing solely on the music, and allowing the songs inherent structure to do the heavy lifting instead of blowing them up into pseudo-stadium cuts, their inherent virtues were that much more apparent. Frankly, these songs rock…..This is Peter Hook and his band taking a chance, dusting off wrongly ignored tunes, and kicking ass. “Punk News
AT THE ROYAL ALBERT HALL, LONDON
MIKE PICKERING & GRAEME PARK PERFORM
WITH THE MANCHESTER CAMERATA ORCHESTRA
Wednesday 23rd March 2016
With Special Guests
Having sold out two dates in Manchester in a matter of minutes, FAC 51 The Hacienda and Manchester Carmerata, the city’s experimental orchestra are to bring Hacienda Classical to London with a special event at the prestigious Royal Albert Hall on Wednesday 23rd March.
The Manchester events became some of the fastest ever selling shows at The Bridgewater Hall and see the Camerata collaborate with the DJ’s who shaped The Haçienda’s sound – Mike Pickering and Graeme Park – for a night of classic dance music, innovatively adapted and arranged especially for the occasion.
The debut London date takes place the week of Easter 2016, and the “Haçienda Classical” concerts mark the first time that DJ’s from The Haçienda have performed with a full live orchestra in what will prove a unique meeting of worlds.
The legendary DJ’s will select and perform a continuous set of signature Haçienda tracks from the history of dance music alongside the orchestra performing in this innovative live fusion event where the impressive surroundings of The Royal Albert Hall will be transformed for the night.
On Haçienda Classical
“I’m thrilled to be working with the Manchester Camerata Orchestra on this unique and exciting collaboration. I’m also very excited and slightly nervous about performing at The Royal Albert Hall. The combination of classic, timeless house music fused with an experimental classical orchestra is going to sound incredible in this historical, iconic venue. ” Graeme Park
‘Manchester is known for doing things differently, which is why we’re redefining what an orchestra can do. The Manchester gigs sold out within minutes, so we jumped at the chance to perform live with Mike and Graeme at the Royal Albert Hall.’ Bob Riley, Manchester Camerata CEO
Wednesday 23rd March 2016
The Royal Albert Hall, London
Tickets On Sale : 10am Friday 30th October 2015.