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Whyte Horses – “Next Year Will Be Mine”

By Will Oliver, December 9th 2018

Manchester, England psych rockers Whyte Horses who released their new album Empty Words back in March and caught our attention with their track “Never Took The Time.”

They have just released a new 7″ full of two brand new Christmas songs entitled “Next Year Will Be Mine” and “Coldest Night Of The Year.”

Today we share the very joyful A-side “Next Year Will Be Mine,” a Phil Spector-esque track that is very much in the realm of Christmas song familiarity, but in a very warm and winning fashion that is perfect to add to your playlist of m

Enjoy a stream of “Next Year Will Be Mine” below.
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Pixies at Brooklyn Steel (November 19, 2018)

By Will Oliver, November 28th 2018

All photos by AnnaLee Barclay

Pixies have kept plenty busy this year, touring hard throughout the year, including a co-headlining tour with Weezer that took them across American this summer, including a performance at PNC Bank Arts back in July.

Pixies returned to New York for a three-night run at Brooklyn Steel dubbed “Come On Pilgrim… It’s Surfer Rosa,” which saw them celebrate their mini-album Come On Pilgrim as well as their acclaimed debut album Surfer Rosa and their join reissue out now on 4AD.

Our photographer AnnaLee Barclay was there to capture photos from their epic 27-song performance. Find all of her shots posted in the gallery below, along with the setlist.
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Keuning at Mercury Lounge (November 12, 2018)

By Will Oliver, November 21st 2018

Dave Keuning is known best as the guitarist of a little Las Vegas rock band called The Killers. He has recently taken a break from touring with them to write and record his debut solo album Prismism, which he released under the moniker Keuning on January 25, 2019.

He’s embarked on a small tour of the U.S. in order to preview some of this material, including a stop into New York for a performance at Mercury Lounge.
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Connan Mockasin at Murmrr Theatre (November 7, 2018)

By Will Oliver, November 17th 2018

All photos by Dave Scholten

Connan Mockasin recently returned with new concept album Jassbusters, which was released on October 12th via Mexican Summer.

On the night of November 7th Mockasin’s tour in support of the album brought him to Brooklyn for a performance at Murmrr Theatre where he also premiered part one of his film Bostyn ‘n Dobsyn which features material from Jassbusters. This was our first time seeing him perform since he opened for Mac DeMarco at Terminal 5 in 2014.

Our photographer Dave Scholten was there to capture photos from his performance, all of which you can find posted in the gallery below.
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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.
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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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