Image for Watch: Sonic Youth’s Final Show (Possibly) In Sao Paulo, Brazil

Watch: Sonic Youth’s Final Show (Possibly) In Sao Paulo, Brazil

Written by Brayden Darke on November 16, 2011

Legendary NYC No-Wave group Sonic Youth may have performed what will be their final concert ever yesterday in Sao Paulo, Brazil. It was the final date of the band’s South American tour, and their last scheduled show after an announcement last month by Matador Records that Thurston Moore and Kim Gordon would be separating. The future of the band is uncertain.

Sonic Youth wrapped up their possible final shows together after 30 years with a short South American tour that closed with a 70-minute set at the SWU Music & Arts Festival in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Moore is already planning more solo touring, and Lee Ranaldo is preparing to release a new solo album that he’ll also tour next year, but currently plans for any more from Sonic Youth in the near future is on hold.

Set List

Brave Men Run (In My Family)
Death Valley ’69
Sacred Trickster
Calming The Snake
Mote
‘Cross The Breeze
Schizophrenia
Drunken Butterfly
Starfield Road
Flower
Sugar Kane
Teen Age Riot

Thanks to Slicing Up Eyeballs

Join Music Feeds on Facebook

More On Music Feeds

News

AJ Maddah Breaks Silence On THAT Soundwave 2016 Headline Rumour

Australian music media lost its collective mind last week when rumours started circulating that the country’s premier heavy music festival, Soundwave, had scored none other than Guns N’ Roses as its headline act AND that it would feature the original lineup with Slash and Axl back together again.

News

Watch: Bring Me The Horizon Premiere New Song Live At Reading Festival

UK’s epic twin festivals Reading and Leeds is going down at the moment and Bring The Horizon have brought what is being claimed as one of the sets of the weekend, premiering a handful of new songs.

News

This Is What The Bee Girl From Blind Melon’s ‘No Rain’ Video Looks Like Now

With 90’s alt-rock legends Blind Melon set to tour Australia this October, our excitement continues to build and to be honest, we’re getting all nostalgic over here and revisiting the glorious decade that was.

News

Apple And Tidal Are Fighting Over A Drake Performance

Behemoth digital corporations slash giant babies Apple and Tidal are currently in the midst of a feud, which all started when a Tidal live-stream of the Lil WeezyAna Festival, a charity concert to benefit children affected by Hurricane Katrina, cut to the above image (minus angry Drake, that was our doing) when Canadian rapper Drake .

News

Glastonbury Festival Donating Left Behind Gumboots To Refugees

Much like its antipodean cousin Splendour in the Grass, UK’s annual Glastonbury festival is often known for its wet and muddy disposition, and much like in Byron this year, gumboots (or wellies if you’re a pom) are the must-have festival item to navigate the treacherous sludge.

News

New Study Shows Goth Teens Three Times More Likely To Suffer Depression

An Oxford University study, looking into links between teen sub-cultures and depression, has recently released its results which found that youth who identify as goths are three times more likely to suffer from depression and five times more likely to self-harm.

Around the web

This May Also Interest You