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New Rubblebucket EP and co-headling tour dates with Reptar

** Band Scheduled to Perform on Jimmy Kimmel Live on July 18th **

“…Like an indie-rock Miami Sound Machine, dancers, horns and all.”

On September 11th the quickly rising indie art rockers Rubblebucket will be unleashing an EP, which will be their fourth proper release to date. Recorded and produced in between festival appearances this June by Ryan Hadlock (The Gossip, Ra Ra Riot, Blonde Redhead) in Seattle’s famed Bear Creek Studios – this EP takes Brooklyn’s freshest octet to a new level.

A highlight of the EP is the poppy onomatopoeia laced anthem “Ooo Waa”, which fans got a sneak peak of courtesy of Rubblebucket’s recent Daytrotter Session! Between Kalmia Travers’ unmistakable voice and the band’s hip shaking/ off-kilter arrangements, this EP highlights everything that makes Rubblebucket so special.

Behind the new release, Rubblebucket will hit the road on a co-headlining tour with their good friends, Reptar, making up what is sure to be one of the most smile inducing shows of the fall. Please see below to see if this sonic power-couple will be cha-cha-ing through your town come September!

This summer the band will also be making their TV debut, performing on Jimmy Kimmel Live on July 18th. Tickets to the general public are available now via,, while a limited number of tickets will be given away in the week to come exclusively reserved for Rubblebucket’s ever so awesome fans.


7/7: High Sierra Music Festival – Quincy, CA
7/8: High Sierra Music Festival – Quincy, CA
7/12: Camp Bisco – Mariaville, NY
7/14: Old South Pearl Jam – Denver, CO
7/15: Green River Festival – Greenfield, MA
7/18: Jimmy Kimmel Live – Los Angeles, CA
7/19: Thunderbird Cafe – Pittsburgh, PA
7/20: All Good Music Festival – Thornville, OH
7/21: Boulderfest – Rochester, NY
8/24: Camp Barefoot – Bartow, WV
9/6: Johnson Stage College – Johnson, VT
9/7: Colby College – Waterville, ME
9/8: Catskill Chill – Hancock, NY
9/9: Cleveland Garlic Festival – Cleveland, OH


9/11: Lincoln Hall – Chicago, IL
9/12: The Cabooze – Minneapolis, MN
9/13: Bourbon Theatre – Lincoln, NE
9/14: Bluebird Theatre – Denver, CO
9/15: Kilby Court – Salt Lake City, UT
9/17: Neurloux – Boise, ID
9/19: Neumos – Seattle, WA *
9/20: Mississippi Studios – Portland, OR
9/23: Echoplex – Los Angeles, CA
9/26: Beauty Ballroom – Austin, TX
9/27: Juanita’s – Little Rock, AR
9/28: “Celebrate the City” @ War Memorial Auditorium – Nashville, TN

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