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BRMC vinyl re-issues through Vagrant Records

Vinyl re-issues of Beat The Devil’s Tattoo, Specter At The Feast, and Wrong Creatures are also available for pre-order through Vagrant Records!

BRMC Colored Vinyl Reissues at Newbury Comics

Vagrant Records are re-issuing vinyl for Beat The Devil’s Tattoo, Specter At The Feast, and Wrong Creatures, with exclusive color options available for pre-order at Newbury Comics.

UNDER THE SOUTHERN STARS 2022 #UTSS2022 (Mar 11-27) full schedule announced!

Under The Southern Stars the spectacular rock music concert series, is thrilled to be taking place in March 2022.

Featuring rock royalty Cheap Trick, global rock superstars, Bush
and the legendary Stone Temple Pilots! As well as Australian rock royalty
Rose Tattoo and rock icons Electric Mary. Plus recently added to the line up are the epitome of rock n roll, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club!

The wait is over and UTSS Event Producers can now reveal details for the rock solid dozen concert events in store for audiences in March 2022!

Fri, March 11: Maitland Showground, Maitland, NSW
Sat, March 12: Foreshore Reserve, Hastings, VIC
Sun, March 13: JC Lowe Oval, Yarrawonga, VIC
Wed, March 16: Margaret Court Arena, Melbourne, VIC
Fri, March 18: Bonython Park, Adelaide, SA
Sat, March 19: Bonython Park, Adelaide, SA
Sun, March 20: Bonython Park, Adelaide, SA
Tues, March 22: WIN Entertainment Centre, Wollongong, NSW
Wed, March 23: Quodos Bank Arena, Sydney, NSW
Fri, March 25: Kings Beach Ampitheatre, Caloundra, QLD
Sat, March 26: Southport Sharks, Gold Coast, QLD
Sun, March 27: Riverstage, Brisbane, QLD

Presale starts Friday, Nov 26 @ 9.00am AEDT until 5.00pm Sunday, Nov 28 AEDT.
Register for presale access before 5.00pm on Sunday, Nov 28 for discounted early bird tickets.
General Public On Sale Monday, Nov 29 @ 9.00am AEDT

All previously purchased tickets are valid for 2022 see website for details.

The announcement of the complete tour dates and venues is expected to be met with major approval from fans all over the country who have been incredibly loyal as they patiently waited for the series to be rescheduled.

The feverish reaction of Adelaide audiences to UTSS headlining the Adelaide Fringe across the three day weekend of 18-20 March has made it necessary for organisers to break the seal early on second release tickets for rock hungry fans, which are now available!

The message is clear for all audiences elsewhere – get in quick to avoid disappointment!

Promoter Andrew McManus comments, ‘‘To say we’re excited by finally being able to announce Black Rebel Motorcycle Club as a new addition and FOURTH high profile international rock band joining our already stellar line-up is an understatement!  UTSS2022 will without a doubt rock audiences to the core and give them what they’ve all craved since March 2020 – a line up that features the bands and the music they love – both Australian and International artists up in front of them in the flesh and playing their hits, live…it has been way too long!”

Under The Southern Stars has been granted approval for all #UTSS2022 artists and their crew to enter Australia under strict covid guidelines, ensuring the utmost health and safety of all event patrons, staff, vendors and artists and crews.

With the nation slowly emerging from the most trying period of our lives, we are extremely EXCITED to get the show back on the road and deliver one hell of a rock n roll experience for fans everywhere, TIMES TWELVE!

We know we’ve asked a lot and we sincerely thank everyone out there for their patience and faith in us to deliver the events that we have promised. All previously purchased tickets are valid for the new shows*, so #keepyourticket and see you under the stars!

To purchase tickets and for detailed information about all shows, visit

BRMC at the Adelaide Fringe Festival on March 18-20, 2022

Robert mentioned BRMC touring Australia in his Reddit AMA, and BRMC announced it later that day!

Hello Australia— We know some of what you’ve been going through over the past years. More important than music or festivals are people. We’re happy to be invited along with the other bands and hoping to be able to bring a bit of music your way in March, at the Adelaide Fringe Festival.

We will be joined by Cheap Trick, Stone Temple Pilots, Bush, Germein, Electric Mary, The Black Sorrows, Rose Tattoo, Ben Hazelwood, Flyying Colours, The Superjesus, Dallas Crane, The Badloves, and Killing Heidi

Register for pre-sale access for discounted early bird tickets & WIN 2 x VIP TIckets, 1 Night Hotel Stay, Uber Luxe Transfers + Merch Package

Robert Levon Been Reddit AMA tomorrow!

Posted earlier today (by Robert) on BRMC’s social media channels:

I will be live on Reddit ‘AMA’ Tomorrow. Tuesday @ 4pm UK time / 9am Pacific Time. 
There’s been a lot that’s been going on. So literally anything from the 20th anniversary of B.R.M.C.’s first album, to this crazy ass film score (…and everything in between). I’ll do my best to remember the last 2 decades and what the hell just happened. 
I also personally really just like hearing stories from you guys since there’s so much shared history, and memories can get lost when locked inside the head all alone. 
PS hopefully Pete&Leah will get inspired to do an AMA next… But for now i’m first up to the plate-

Link to the Reddit AMA:

I am Robert Levon Been, one of founding members of the band Black Rebel Motorcycle Club. I spent the last year during lockdown composing the score for Paul Schrader’s film ‘The Card Counter’ – out now, and a BRMC 20th Anniversary thing that’s coming, so before I completely pass out, Ask me anything… from movies


“Trilogy (Part 1) May Never Be Done”

A new old BRMC track was posted earlier today is available to listen to on Soundcloud!

“Trilogy (Part 1) May Never Be Done”

Thought we’d share with all of you, a found, lost one (Not on the vinyl record). This song was an 11 minute 3 part song with a small tuning change in the middle and no name, so Trilogy became the working title. This was one of the last songs recorded before moving to Los Angeles. With the 1st and last guitar I’d ever break on purpose.

The tunning is somewhere between C# G# C# G G# C# @ 435 or a flat C# @440.

All the original tuning pegs split/broke on me so these were my custom fixes. After using a small locking plier for tuning. I finally ended up using solder to create my own pegs.

20th Anniversary Vinyl Box Set & Tee

This year marks the 20th Anniversary of our first release, B.R.M.C. We wanted to celebrate this milestone with you, so we’ve put together a special 20th Anniversary Vinyl Box Set that includes a double gatefold of the original album with bonus songs plus a 3rd Vinyl disc of songs from that period that we’ve never released before, all newly mixed & mastered. We’re also including a special hard-bound book of photos taken by Ken Schles, who did the cover image for the album.

This is available for immediate pre-order at the link above. This 20th Anniversary Deluxe Box will be very limited. If you’re feeling nostalgic and like us, grown out, worn out, thrown out or straight lost it. We’ve done our best to make some of the original B.R.M.C. t-shirts, to swat the moths messing with your other favorite bands shirts.

The Card Counter instrumental score

The Card Counter soundtrack is out now and so is this Instrumental version!

Congratulations it’s a score!👶🏻very grateful to Focus Films & Back Lot Music for their support and opportunity to mix and master these ‘instrumental compositions’. Out now digitally


FREE Virtual Screening of The Card Counter on Sept 29th at 8pm EST

Annoounced today on BRMC’s Social Media accounts:

Join us for a FREE Exclusive Virtual Screening of The Card Counter on September 29th at 8pm EST. The film screening will be followed by a Q&A by film composer Robert Levon Been, so please post your questions below. 🎥RSVP for a chance to claim your spot.

1:15 – How did you meet Paul Schrader and become involved in scoring the film?

9:30 – What inspiration or direction did Paul provide you with?

12:58 – What were your first thoughts after hearing about the project or watching the film?

15:02 – What was the biggest difficulty in scoring the film?

17:35 – How did you meet S.G. Goodman?

19:04 – When writing songs, does melody or lyrics come first?

20:19 – What’s your favorite track on the record?

24:26 – Was it similar to how you remember your father and Paul working on “Light Sleeper”?

27:03 – How does the creative process differ when scoring versus making an album? How long does it take?

28:13 – What was the biggest lesson?

Mercy of Man and the Music that Inspired The Card Counter

Posted earlier today on BRMC’s Facebook page:… Mercy of Man and the music that inspired The Card Counter.

This was a crazy ride of exploring many different colors/sounds/tones for so many months. If you’re curious what inspired me while working on the soundtrack, and what I was listening to while composing, then you’ll enjoy this. Mostly for all the super nerds out there, ha. But yeah, check out the playlist on Spotify now.

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