The new Helen Money album, Arriving Angels, is out now on Profound Lore Records, and has been finding fans in every corner of the country. MTV Hive will feature Helen Money in the Hive Five section this week. The next edition of the Pitchfork column The Out Door and the debut issue of New Noise Magazine will each have interviews with Alison Chesley aka Helen Money.
On Wednesday, March 13th listeners around the country can tune in to WBEZ in Chicago‘s Morning Shift program (starting at about 9:15 am Eastern time or listen online anytime) to hear an on-air live performance and interview.
Helen Money Tour Itinerary (dates may be subject to change, contact venues):
Saturday, March 2nd at Permanent Records (in-store) in Los Angeles, CA
Friday, March 15th at Township in Chicago, IL
Saturday, March 16th at Mr. Roboto Project in Pittsburgh, PA
Sunday, March 17th at Hard Luck Bar in Toronto, ON Canada
Monday, March 18th at Team Love Ravenhouse Gallery in New Paltz, NY
Tuesday, March 19th at TT the Bear’s in Boston, MA
Wednesday, March 20th at BAR in New Haven, CT
Thursday, March 21st at Machines with Magnets in Providence, RI
Friday, March 22nd at Saint Vitus Bar in Brooklyn, NY
Saturday, March 23rd at Kung Fu Necktie in Philadelphia, PA w/ Author and Punisher
Sunday, March 24th at Acheron in Brooklyn, NY w/ Author and Punisher
Arriving Angels, was recorded and mixed in May and September 2012 by Steve Albini at Electrical Audio and features drummer Jason Roeder (Neurosis, Sleep). Cellist/composer Alison Chesley merges her classical training with a lifelong affinity for punk rock and a taste for heavy metal. In addition to her own material Chesley has also performed and/or directed string arrangements for artists like Anthrax (Worship Music), Russian Circles (Geneva), Broken Social Scene (Forgiveness Rock Record) and current labelmates, Yakuza.