All photos by Dutch Doscher

This Spring saw A Perfect Circle return with Eat The Elephant, their first new album in fourteen years (released via BMG).

We caught a preview of the album last November during their performance at Barclays Center. Almost a year to the day the band returned to New York for a performance at the Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden, along with openers Tricky and Night Club.

Our photographer Dutch Doscher was there to capture photos from all three performances, find all of his shots posted in the gallery below, along with APC’s setlist.

Night Club:


A Perfect Circle:

A Perfect Circle setlist:

1. Eat the Elephant
2. Disillusioned
3. The Hollow
4. Weak and Powerless
5. So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish
6. Rose
7. Thomas
8. (What’s So Funny ’bout) Peace, Love and Understanding (Brinsley Schwarz cover)
9. Vanishing
10. The Noose
11. 3 Libras (All Main Courses Mix)
12. The Contrarian
13. TalkTalk
14. Hourglass
15. The Doomed
16. Counting Bodies Like Sheep to the Rhythm of the War Drums
17. Judith
18. The Package
19. Delicious

Elle King at Warsaw (November 5, 2018)

By Dutch Doscher, November 13th 2018

All photos by Dutch Doscher

Elle King is currently on tour in support of her sophomore album Shake The Spirit, which was released on October 19 via RCA Records.

We last caught her when she opened for Hamilton Leithauser at Bowery Ballroom in 2015 and she returned to New York on November 5 for a performance at Warsaw as a part of her Shake The Spirit Tour.

Our photographer Dutch Doscher was there to capture photos from her performance, along with openers Cordovas. Find all of his shots posted in the gallery below, along with Elle King’s setlist.
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Lost Under Heaven at Rough Trade NYC (November 3, 2018)

By Will Oliver, November 12th 2018

Lost Under Heaven, the duo of former Wu Lyf member Ellery James Roberts and girlfriend Ebony Hoorn. We last caught them at the Mercury Lounge in 2016 when they were on tour in support of their debut album Spiritual Songs For Lovers To Sing.

The band returned to New York for a performance at Rough Trade NYC on November 3 to preview tracks from their upcoming sophomore album Love Hates What You Become due out on January 18, 2019 via Mute Records. The 14-song setlist was a solid split between songs from their debut as well as plenty of new material that highlights the upcoming direction of the new album. It’s a joy to watch the interplay between Roberts and Hoorn and the true passion that radiates from them to the audience.

Find a full photo gallery and the setlist from their performance posted below, along with some shots of openers Late Guest at the Party.
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Tonight Shannon and The Clams kick off their two-night run at Music Hall of Williamsburg in support of their great new record Onion, which was produced by Dan Auerbach and released on his own Easy Eye Sound.

We had some time to chat over the phone with Shannon Shaw from the band and discussed their new record, what it was like working with Auerbach, who also produced her debut solo offering, also released this year.

Find our full chat posted below and if you’re in town, there are still some tickets left for their show at MHOW tonight and tomorrow.
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Calliope Musicals – “Cosmic Poison Arrow”

By Will Oliver, November 4th 2018

Calliope Musicals is a wild party band out of Austin who are led by singer-songwriter Carrie Fussell and have earned some high prise for their live shows.

They’ve since signed to Rhyme & Reason Records and released their colorful single “Cosmic Poison Arrow.”

The cotton candy coated indie pop offering is almost like a female-led Danielson if they went on a sonic journey into space, full of its own unique energy that is pure and uncompromised. It’s a joy to listen to and makes me eager to see what they got for us next. One can only imagine how much fun it would be to hear this song live at one of their shows.

Take a listen to “Cosmic Poison Arrow” via the official music video, which is posted below.
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Cathedrals – “Just A Game”

By Will Oliver, November 4th 2018

Last week saw San Francisco-based synth-pop duo Cathedrals release their new single “Just a Game. They’re calling it their darkest track to date and it’s hard to argue with them.

The duo of Brodie Jenkins & Johnny Hwin work in tandem to create a haunting ethereal late-night offering that soars in a chilly fashion that evokes plenty of emotions and the listener’s senses. It may be their very best offering to date.

You can stream “Just A Game” below and grab it for free here.

Charlene Soraia will release her new album Where’s My Tribe on January 25 via Peacefrog Records. If it’s anything like two of the albums’s singles, “Now You Are With Her” and “Tragic Youth,” it will be a good one.

The British singer-songwriter reminds of acts like Laura Marling with her fragile vocal work and guitar playing that all add up to something quite personal and touching. All the songs on the LP were recorded by Charlene in her flat with no edits, no autotune, and in one take, revealing the raw, pure beauty of the music. And that raw passion is felt throughout these passion-fueled tracks.

Find a stream of both “Now You Are With Her” and “Tragic Youth” below
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Western Australia’s Stella Donnelly, who we last caught in March for her New York debut, returned to Brooklyn’s Elsewhere (Zone One) for another headlining show. In addition to selections from her superb Thrush Metal EP (recently reissued via Secretly Canadian), she showcased some newer material that, presumably, will be included in an upcoming full-length debut LP. Suffice it to say, we’re eagerly awaiting that album’s release and her eventual return stateside.

For the Stella Donnelly setlist—as well as a photo gallery of Stella Donnelly and openers Human People, and Fits—continue below.

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Jessie J at Hammerstein Ballroom (October 19, 2018)

By Dana Pacifico, October 31st 2018

Photos by Dana Pacifico

This year saw the release of English singer Jessie J’s new album R.O.S.E. via Republic Records, which she previewed last year at an intimate show at Le Poisson Rouge. She also just released her first Christman album This Christmas Day on October 26, just ahead of the ever-looming holiday season.

On October 19 she returned to New York for a much larger performance at Hammerstein Ballroom. Our photographer Dana Pacifico was there to capture photos from her performance, all of which you can find posted in the gallery below, along with her setlist.
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