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Army Navy – “Seismic”

By Will Oliver, December 2nd 2019

After a five-year hiatus, Los Angeles band Army Navy have returned with their brand new single “Seismic.”

They haven’t missed a beat, effortlessly capturing that timeless and instantly gratifying indie rock sound that they always won me over with. Although we are currently being hit with our first snowfall of the year here in New York (ugh), “Seismic” is a welcome easy-breezy slice of summer sounding rock that is hitting that tender sweet spot.

We can only hope that a new album will follow in 2020. Enjoy a listen to “Seismic” below.
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13//ali_fawn – “Future Swim”

By Will Oliver, December 2nd 2019

13//ali_fawn is the Detroit-based producer and multi-instrumentalist Alister Fawnwoda. He’s just recently released his new single “Future Swim,” the first song lifted from his new album Ruby Beach, due out in summer 2020. Fawnwoda learned violin and piano at a young age and even worked as an intern as Hans Zimmer for three years following his time at The University of Miami and then the Tibetan Buddhist-founded Naropa University.

“Future Swim” bends and twists a few genres to make something of his own creation that is vibrant and bursting will a uniuqe energy and musical identity of it’s own.
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Article + Photos by Bryan Lasky

Last night Phish opened their very short fall tour that will last 10 days but see the band play 7 shows and a special show for SiriusXM. They opened with a bang blasting into “First Tube” that had Trey holding his guitar high up in the air. A bust out of “Bye Bye Foot” for the first time since 1997 and the debut of Page McConnell’s “Maybe” from Vida Blue were the special selections from the band. Closing out set one with a very fun romp through Jimi Hendrix’s “Fire” kept the Thanksgiving run tradition of celebrating the late guitarist’s birthday.
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Photos by Dana Pacifico

French producer Gesaffelstein returned with his sophomore album Hyperion earlier this year (released via Columbia Records), which brought him to New York back in June for a memorable showing at Day 1 of Governors Ball.

On November 22nd he returned for a proper headlining effort of his own at Kings Theatre and our photographer Dana Pacifico was there to capture photos from his performance.

You can find the rest of her shots from his Kings Theatre performance posted in the gallery below.

Photos by Qbertplaya

This spring saw Hozier return with his sophomore album Wasteland, Baby! via Island Records and he’s been busy on the road all year in support of the new record, including a performance this summer at Newport Folk Fest.

His tour stopped back into New York last week for a 5-night sold out run at Hammerstein Ballroom which saw the Irish singer perform along with opener Angie McMahon.

Our photographer Qbertplaya was there during the first night of the run at November 21st. Find all of her shots from both performances posted below, along with the setlist.

Angie McMahon:

Hozier:

As It Was
Dinner & Diatribes
Nina Cried Power
To Be Alone
Someone New
Angel of Small Death and the Codeine Scene
Nobody
Talk
Jack Boot Jump
From Eden
Shrike
No Plan
Living for the City @Cover[1ee18fb3-18a6-4c7f-8ba0-bc41cdd0462e]
Jackie and Wilson
Almost (Sweet Music)
Moment’s Silence (Common Tongue)
Movement
Take Me to Church

Cherry Wine
Work Song




Monday Morning Matinee

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