Watch The Trailer for LCD Soundsystem Documentary, “Shut Up And Play The Hits”

    Just as you have finally come to terms with the loss of the great LCD Soundsystem, the late Adam Yauch‘s Oscilliscope Laboratories announces Shut Up And Play The Hits and reopens the wound. The documentary, which follows the band through its final days, will play in theaterss across the U.S. on Wednesday, July 18. This will be the only day the film plays.

     Tickets go on sale at select theaters beginning June 8, and additional cities and theaters will be announced as the date approaches. Check out the current list of cities and watch the trailer below.  

     

    Shut Up And Play The Hits:

    07.18.12 Albany, NY: Spectrum

    07.18.12 Albuquerque, NM: Guild

    07.18.12 Annapolis, MD: Harbour 9

    07.18.12 Asheville, NC: Fine Arts

    07.18.12 Atlanta, GA: Landmark Midtown Art

    07.18.12 Austin, TX: Alamo Drafthouse South Lamar

    07.18.12 Baltimore, MD: Landmark Harbor East

    07.18.12 Bellingham, WA: Pickford Cinema

    07.18.12 Berkeley, CA: Landmark Shattuck

    07.18.12 Boston, MA: Landmark Kendall Square

    07.18.12 Boulder, CO: Boulder Theater

    07.18.12 Brooklyn, NY: BAM Cinematheque

    07.18.12 Brooklyn, NY: reRun

    07.18.12 Chicago, IL: Music Box

    07.18.12 Cincinnati, OH: Contemporary Arts Center

    07.18.12 Claremont, CA: Laemmle Claremont

    5 07.18.12 Cleveland, OH: Cedar Lee

    07.18.12 Columbia, MO: Ragtag

    07.18.12 Dallas, TX: Angelika Film Center

    07.18.12 Dennis, MA: Cape Cinema

    07.18.12 Denver, CO: Landmark Mayan

    07.18.12 Detroit, MI: Main Art

    07.18.12 Duluth, MN: Zinema

    07.18.12 Eugene, OR: Bijou Art Cinemas

    07.18.12 Ft. Collins, CO: Lyric

    07.18.12 Greensboro, NC: Lyndon Street Artworks

    07.18.12 Hartford, CT: City Cinema @ Palace

    07.18.12 Honolulu, HI: Kahala 8

    07.18.12 Houston, TX: Landmark River Oaks

    07.18.12 Huntington, NY: Cinema Arts Center

    07.18.12 Indianapolis, IN: Landmark Keystone Art

    07.18.12 Iowa City, IA: Bijou

    07.18.12 Ithaca, NY: Cinemapolis

    07.18.12 Jacksonville, FL: Sun-Ray Cinemas

    07.18.12 Lincoln, NE: Mary Riepma Ross Film Center

    07.18.12 Little Rock, AR: Market Street

    07.18.12 Los Angeles, CA: ArcLight Hollywood

    07.18.12 Miami, FL: Tower Cinema

    07.18.12 Milwaukee, WI: Landmark Downer

    07.18.12 Minneapolis, MN: Landmark Lagoon

    07.18.12 Nashville, TN: Belcourt

    07.18.12 New Haven, CT: Criterion

    07.18.12 New York, NY: Landmark Sunshine

    07.18.12 Omaha, NE: Film Streams

    07.18.12 Orlando, FL: Enzian

    07.18.12 Palo Alto, CA: Landmark Aquarius

    07.18.12 Pasadena, CA: Laemmle Playhouse

    07.18.12 Phoenix, AZ: Harkins Valley Art

    07.18.12 Plano, TX: Angelika Film Center

    07.18.12 Portland, ME: Space Gallery

    07.18.12 Portland, OR: Hollywood

    07.18.12 Providence, RI: Cable Car

    07.18.12 Reston, VA: Reston Town Center 13

    07.18.12 Richmond, VA: Movieland @ Blvd. Square

    07.18.12 Rochester, NY: The Little

    07.18.12 Salt Lake City, UT: Tower Theatre

    07.18.12 San Diego, CA: Landmark Hillcrest

    07.18.12 San Francisco, CA: Landmark Embarcadero

    07.18.12 San Francisco, CA: Balboa

    07.18.12 Santa Fe, NM: CCA

    07.18.12 Schenectady, NY: Movieland 6

    07.18.12 Seattle, WA: Cinerama

    07.18.12 Spokane, WA: Magic Lantern

    07.18.12 Springfield, CO: Moxie

    07.18.12 St. Louis, MO: Landmark Tivoli

    07.18.12 Stamford, CT: Majestic 6

    07.18.12 Tucson, AZ: The Loft

    07.18.12 Tulsa, OK: Circle

    07.18.12 Washington, DC: Landmark E-Street

    07.18.12 Winston-Salem, NC: Aperture