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[Photos]: CUP at Nublu (November 1, 2019)

By Will Oliver, November 11th 2019

Photos by Qbertplaya

CUP, the duo of married couple Yuka C. Honda (formerly of Cibo Matto) and Nels Cline (of Wilco) recently released their brand new album Spinning Creature via Northern Spy Records. On November 1st they celebrated its release with a performance at Nublu that featured an opening performance from Grey McMurray.

Our photographer Qbertplaya was there to capture photos from both performances, all of which can be found posted in the gallery below.
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Photos by Killian Young

Hobo Johnson returned with his new album The Fall of Hobo Johnson earlier this year via Reprise/Warner Records. On November 7th he and his band The Lovemakers returned to New York for a headlining performance at the Playstation Theater, almost a year since we caught him at Brooklyn Steel during his last tour.

Our photographer Killian Young was there to capture photos from his performance, along with openers Mom Jeans. Find shots from both performances posted in the gallery below, along with Hobo Johnson’s setlist.
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Photos by Brianna DiGioia

Canadian indie rock outfit Hollerado are calling it quits but are saying goodbye properly with one last final tour. They brought the tour to Brooklyn last week for a farewell party at Baby’s All Right that also featured opening sets from Luna Li and Mythless. This was our first time seeing them perform since they opened for Mates of State in 2016.

Our photographer Brianna DiGioia was there to capture photos from all three performances, find all of them posted in the gallery below.
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Photos by Anthony Mulcahy

Eric D. Johnson’s Fruit Bats returned with their new album Gold Past Life this summer via Merge Records. We caught them earlier this year when they performed at Music Hall of Williamsburg and last week the band returned for a performance in Manhattan on November 5th at Le Poisson Rouge.

Our photographer Anthony Mulcahy was there to capture photos from their performance, as well as opener Andrew Combs. Find all of his shots posted in the gallery below.
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White Reaper

Article + Photos by Will Oliver

Louisville, Kentucky rockers White Reaper returned this year with You Deserve Love, their first album on major label Elektra Records. Last night they made their return to New York where they played to a sold out crowd at Bowery Ballroom, following their previous shows at the smaller Le Poisson Rouge and Baby’s All Right during their tour for The World’s Best American Band.
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Photos by Brian Berson

Chelsea Wolf returned this summer with her sixth studio album Birth of Violence, which was released via Sargent House. She’s been touring in support of the LP, which brought her to New York on November 1st for a headlining performance at Brooklyn Steel.

Our photographer Brian Berson was there to capture photos from her performance, along with opener Ioanna Gika. Find all of his shots posted below, along with Wolfe’s setlist.
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Article + Photos by Will Oliver

Kishi Bashi returned this year with another strong new album with Omoiyari, released via Joyful Noise Recordings. This weekend (Saturday, November 2nd) he performed at Brooklyn Steel as a part of his tour in support of the new LP, which was his largest performance here in New York City to date (much bigger than his performance this summer at Murmrr).
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Photos by Dutch Doscher

Los Angeles rock outfit Starcrawler returned with their sophomore album Devour You on October 11th, with released via Rough Trade Records. They’ve been on the road touring in support of the LP, which brought them back to Brooklyn on October 25 for a performance at Music Hall of Williamsburg along with opener Dan Luke.

Our photographer Dutch Doscher was there to capture photos from both performances, all of which can be found posted in the gallery below.
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Article + Photos by Will Oliver

Sleater-Kinney have been touring in support of their new St. Vincent-produced album The Center Won’t Hold, which was released back in August via Mom + Pop Music.

Last night the band spent their Halloween playing the second of two New York shows at Hammerstein Ballroom, following their performance at Kings Theatre the night before. This was our first time seeing the band since their insanely intimate performance at Market Hotel back in 2015.
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