Icelandic ambient-pop godsend Múm heads to a few select cities, backing its forthcoming, anti-animal cruelty single, “They Made Frogs Smoke ‘Til They Exploded.” Meanwhile, Kompakt’s newest (and quite possibly best) melodic techno producer The Field lights up a few clubs Stateside. And after a cancelled European tour, Brighton-based Electrelane sets experimental indie-rock fire to North America.

06/02 Barcelona, ES: Primavera Festival (ATP Stage)
06/09 Paris, FR: Villette Sonique Festival
07/17 Murcia, ES: La Mer De Musicas Festival
07/24 Athens, GR: Sync Festival
07/28 Moscow, RU: Afisha Festival
10/24 Los Angeles, CA: Orpheum Theatre
11/09 New York, NY: Wordless Music Series
11/10 New York, NY: Wordless Music Series

The Field
07/13 Seattle, WA: Chop Suey
07/16 Boston, MA: Great Scott
07/17 Cleveland Heights, OH: B Side Liquor Lounge
07/18 Brooklyn, NY: Studio B
07/21 San Francisco, CA: RX Gallery

05/16 Boston, MA: Paradise
05/18 Toronto, ON: Lee’s Place
05/19 Chicago, IL: Chicago Theatre
05/20 Chicago, IL: Chicago Theatre
05/22 Chicago, IL: Empty Bottle
05/23 Minneapolis, MN: Triple Rock
05/26 George, WA: Sasquatch Festival
05/27 Portland, OR: Schnitzer Hall
05/29 Los Angeles, CA: Greek Theatre
05/30 Los Angeles, CA: Greek Theatre
05/31 Los Angeles, CA: Troubadour
06/01 Berkeley, CA: Greek Theatre
06/02 Berkeley, CA: Greek Theatre
06/05 Austin, TX: The Parish
06/07 St Louis, MO: Creepy Crawl
06/08 Pittsburgh, PA: Andy Warhol Museum
06/09 Philadelphia, PA: Johnny Brenda’s
06/10 Washington DC: Black Cat Washington