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Nicole Atkins: September 9, 2017 Mercury Lounge

September 25, 2017
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[photos by Will Oliver and We All Want Someone To Shout For blog]

Its hard to believe that the last time we checked in with Nicole Atkins, it was three years ago. Our extended review of her album Slow Phaser and the Bowery Ballroom show that we recorded concentrated mostly on the record’s clear 1970s AM radio influences. For that album, Nicole put her stamp on the diverse styles prevalent in that decade’s pop. Three years later, several major events in Nicole’s life have guided her approach to the new album Goodnight Rhonda Lee, including her move to Nashville, dedication to sobriety, and marriage.

Goodnight Rhonda Lee is clearly an album faithful to its surroundings — both in the existence of multiple regional session players, and in the distinct sound of the record. Similarly to Slow Phaser, Goodnight Rhonda Lee is clearly influenced by the 1970s, perhaps not AM radio but more from that unique time in Nashville when the permissiveness of the 60s finally seeped into the old music town and brought a freedom to the country music capital that it had never experienced before. For about three or four years, the long hairs finally reached the mainstream — perhaps personified best through the career of Kris Kristofferson. When legend Johnny Cash recorded Kristofferson’s “Sunday Mornin’ Comin’ Down” in 1970 and took the song to Number 1, it represented the triumph of the new. And on the other side of Tennessee, Elvis welcomed new bloods Eddie Rabbit and Ronnie Milsap in the recording of his 1970 hit “Kentucky Rain”. Both songs communicate a drop-out melancholy that seemed to permeate the best of the new country during this time frame. But the melancholy also represented a distinctively different feel to the sound in the studio itself. The newly available technologies offered greater multi-tracking and effects not standard to country music that permitted the use of rock-styled guitars, reverbed piano, horns, and strings. Its that identifiable early 70s new Nashville sound that Nicole Atkins captured with stunning authenticity on Goodnight Rhonda Lee. Sure, there’s the album opener co-penned with Chris Isaak that could have been written for Patsy Cline or the neo-soul of “Listen Up” that would sound great covered by Aretha. But for the most part, the album really feels like a Nashville record and the songs themselves — struggles with alcohol, love, and a life in the music world feel at home in the country capital. And ultimately though its remarkable that the album itself wasn’t even recorded in Nashville, but rather at Niles City Sound in Fort Worth Texas.

The tour in support of Goodnight Rhonda Lee finds Nicole Atkins fronting a five piece band performing stripped down versions of the album material. There are no horns or strings but the album’s piano is present and guitarist Steven Cooper fills up the rest of the sound with tremendous tone and technique. Cooper is a young Nashville guitar wiz who seems destined for a long and productive career. At a packed Mercury Lounge last week, Nicole and the band performed a 75-minute set with much of the Rhonda Lee material and a few surprises. The set opened with a nice tribute to the recently passed Holger Czukay as Nicole brought back her cover of Can’s “Vitamin C”. Another major moment came when guest Tommy Stinson joined the band to perform a world premiere of his duet with Nicole called “Too Late”. The song was actually released this week. And the Slow Phaser track “Who Killed The Moonlight” took a detour through the Rolling Stones “Miss You” (remember that 70s pop influence). But the focus of this show was the fantastic material from the new album and it was clear that not only the massive talent of the singer but also a crack band were able to pull off the songs live. This show was that good.

Nicole Atkins has one more show on this tour, Friday night in Virgina. But she’ll be back with a bunch of shows in November, all dates [here].

I recorded this set with the Schoeps cards mounted at the soundboard and mixed with a perfect feed from house FOH Alex. This recording is absolutely superb. Enjoy!

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Nicole Atkins
2017-09-09
Mercury Lounge
New York NY

Digital Master Recording
Soundboard + Audience Matrix

Soundboard [engineer Alex] + Schoeps CCM4u Cardioids > Sound Devices 744t > 2 x 24bit 48kHz wav files > Soundforge (post-production) > CDWave 1.95 (tracking) > TLH > flac (320 MP3 and tagging via Foobar)

Recorded and Produced by nyctaper

Setlist:
[Total Time 1:10:16]
01 Vitamin C [Can]
02 Darkness Falls so Quiet
03 Brokedown Luck
04 [banter – sinkhole]
05 A Little Crazy
06 Listen Up
07 Maybe Tonight
08 Cry Cry Cry
09 [banter – Louise Goffin]
10 If I Could
11 Goodnight Rhonda Lee
12 Who Killed The Moonlight/Miss You
13 [banter – Tommy intro]
14 Too Late [with Tommy Stinson]
15 [banter – so horny]
16 Sleepwalking
17 A Night Of Serious Drinking
18 A Dream Without Pain
19 [encore break]
20 The Way It Is

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Nicole Atkins: June 18, 2014 Madison Square Park – Flac/MP3/Streaming

July 1, 2014
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[photo by Chris La Putt – complete set at brooklynvegan]

The last time we connected with Nicole Atkins her brilliant new album Slow Phaser had just been released and her tour was literally just beginning — it was the tour’s first show. That night at Bowery Ballroom there was a palpable excitement in the room and despite a huge winter storm the venue was quite filled. This album is a career-defining accomplishment and we were more than pleased when her new crack band brought the songs to life. Now with six months of shows behind them, we caught Nicole and her band earlier this month at Madison Square Park. This show was the first night of the Park’s concert series, run impeccably by the Madison Square Park Conservancy. On a beautiful summer-like night the crowd was a mix of fans, families on blankets, curious locals and park supporters but from the outset Nicole had their attention and kept it for the entire full-length show — even with the lively city noise behind us (including persistent police and ambulance sirens). There was been one change in the band which now contains one guitarist but has added a keyboardist who provided much color to the music. Nicole played much of Slow Phaser but also added a few older tracks. We’re streaming “Its Only Chemistry”, which ended the main set and contains a particularly strong vocal performance. In July, Nicole goes on a national tour in support of Nick Cave with two NYC dates, July 26 at Celebrate Brooklyn/Prospect Park and July 27 at Hammerstein Ballroom.

I recorded this show with the Neumann large diaphragm mics set up at the soundboard tent and mixed with a fine board feed. The Neumann LD’s are especially warm and wide in the outdoor setting and the mix is quite well balanced resulting in a superb recording. Enjoy!

Stream “Its Only Chemistry”:

This Recording is now Available to Download in FLAC and MP3 and to Stream the Entire Show via Archive.org [HERE].

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Nicole Atkins
2014-06-18
Madison Square Park
New York NY

Digital Master Recording
Soundboard + Front of Board Audience Matrix

Soundboard + Neumann TLM-102s > Edirol R-44 (Oade Concert Mod) > 2 x 24bit 48kHz wav files > Soundforge (level adjustments, mixdown, set fades) > CDWave 1.95 (tracking) > TLH > flac (320 MP3 and tagging via Foobar)

Recorded and Produced
by nyctaper

Setlist:
[Total Time 1:12:19]
01 Who Killed The Moonlight
02 What Do You Know
03 Cool People
04 Gasoline Bride
05 The Way It Is
06 Maybe Tonight
07 Girl You Look Amazing
08 We Wait Too Long
09 Vultures
10 Red Ropes
11 The Worst Hangover
12 Party’s Over
13 Cool Enough
14 [banter – Oh Mercy]
15 Its Only Chemistry
16 [thanks]
17 The Tower

If you enjoyed this recording, please support Nicole Atkins, visit her website, and purchase Slow Phaser through her Pledge Music Campaign [HERE]

Nicole Atkins: February 13, 2014 Bowery Ballroom – Flac/MP3/Streaming

February 17, 2014
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Nicole Bowery Will Oliver
[photo by Will Oliver – courtesy of We All Want Someone to Shout For]

Large swaths of my childhood were spent in the backseat of a late model Chrysler listening to WABC AM radio on long roadtrips. Top Forty music in the 1970s was a lot different than today’s popular music — that is to say that it was far more diverse and significantly less predictable. WABC played only the current hits, which in any given year in the 1970s could have included funk, disco, folk, laurel canyon, psychedelia, brit pop, soul, and countless other styles. You could hear Janis Ian “At Seventeen” followed by “Do The Hustle” followed by solo Paul Simon. You could hear KC and the Sunshine Band segue into Marvin Gaye and then directly into the Eagles. It was an era of sexual and racial liberation and the music reflected that reality. But in all that diversity were some consistent sounds. The advent and growth in the technology of synthesized and electric keyboards meant that every band played with the new toys often to excess. And if the 70s pop is known for any particular instrument other than the Fender Rhoades, its the pronounced bass guitar in many memorable tracks. Growing up listening to this music on the AM radio was an education that endures today — my musical interests are diverse and unpredictable.

While Nicole Atkins wasn’t actually born until the tail end of that decade, her music has always shown an influence from classic 70s pop. As she grew up near the Jersey coast, perhaps her influences were in part fashioned from hearing countless transistor radios blasting on the beach in Summer. And while the 70s sound has always bubbled under the surface of her contemporary pop, Nicole’s brilliant new album Slow Phaser isn’t as much influenced by, but is in fact an homage to the 70s AM radio represented so well by WABC on those long summer drives. There are moments in the album — whether its the prominent Donna Summer influence in the break in “Who Killed the Moonlight?”, or the disco-era bass line of “Girl You Look Amazing”, or the 70s-era harmonies in “Cool People” (streaming below), or the synthesizer rush in the middle of “What Do You Know?” or the “Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard” guitar strum in “Sin Song” or the reference to an “operator” in “The Worst Hangover” — where the homage is clear as day. But Slow Phaser is much more than the sum of its influences. It is the master work of an artist who has a clear understanding of who she is and how she arrived at the point where she can successfully crowd-source her album, choose her band, and dictate the production. Gone are the early career times of the major-label albatross. Slow Phaser is Nicole Atkins finally realizing her identity, in full control, and its truly glorious.

At Bowery Ballroom on Thursday night, the Slow Phaser Tour began with a show that combined all of these aspects. Nicole took the stage in a 70s-style kimono and played the role of the chanteuse. She’s ditched the guitar and left the music to a band of ringers and these guys can really play — check out the dual guitar solos in “The Tower”. The entire new album sans one track was played along with only three older numbers. But this show was all about Slow Phaser and the live versions were as kinetic as the studio album. The band nailed all of the special parts of the album so expertly and when I closed my eyes I swear I could hear WABC all over again.

I recorded this set in the usual manner — Sennheiser cards mounted in the balcony and combined with an expertly mixed board feed. There is some minor static in the left channel in first two songs from what sounds like a faulty guitar amp. But it was fixed. Otherwise, the sound quality is superb. Enjoy!

Stream “Cool People”:

This Recording is now available to Download in FLAC and MP3 and to Stream the Entire Show at Archive.org [HERE].

Note: All of the material on this site is offered with artist permission, free to fans, at our expense. The only thing we ask is that you download the material directly from this site, rather than re-posting the direct links or the files on other sites without our permission. Please respect our request.

Nicole Atkins
2014-02-13
Bowery Ballroom
New York, NY

Digital Master Recording
Soundboard + Audience Matrix

Soundboard + Sennheiser MKH-8040s > Edirol R-44 (Oade Mod) > 2 x 24bit 48kHz wav files > Soundforge (level adjustments, mixdown, set fades) > CDWave 1.95 (tracking) > TLH > flac (320 MP3 and tagging via Foobar)

Recorded and Produced
by nyctaper

Setlist:
[Total Time 1:08:22]
01 Vultures
02 Who Killed the Moonlight
03 Cool People
04 Girl You Look Amazing
05 We Wait Too long
06 What Do You Know
07 Gasoline Bride
08 Red Ropes
09 The Way It Is
10 [band intro]
11 Cool Enough
12 The Worst Hangover
13 Sin Song
14 [thanks]
15 Its Only Chemistry
16 [encore break]
17 The Tower

If you enjoyed this recording, please support Nicole Atkins, visit her website, and purchase Slow Phaser through her Pledge Music Campaign [HERE]

Nicole Atkins: September 29, 2011 Webster Hall – Flac and MP3 Downloads + Streaming Song

October 3, 2011
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[photo courtesy of JC McIlwaine and Bowery Houselist]

After several near misses, we were fortunate to finally catch Nicole Atkins live for the first time since March at Maxwell’s. As she is currently on tour in support of The Felice Brothers (recording coming soon), Nicole’s set was an abbreviated version of her recent performances. While we pined for her mid-set solo segment, her Webster Hall show on Friday was full of peak moments — her band The Black Sea continues to impress, particularly guitarist Irina Yalkowsky whose aggressive slide guitar work shined in several numbers. As Nicole continues to tour behind Mondo Amore, that album’s songs predominated the setlist. The Leadbelly cover “In The Pines” was dedicated to Kurt Cobain (Nirvana also covered the song), and it was perhaps the most powerful song of the set. We are streaming it below. Nicole Atkins has several more local dates coming up this month, including the Petty Fest, a City Winery show, and the O Positive Festival in Kingston NY.

I recorded this set with the Neumann microphones mounted in the soundboard booth at the front and center of the balcony and mixed with a soundboard feed. There is some interference from a digital interface on stage that is noticeable at quieter moments of the show, but overall the sound is excellent. Enjoy!

Stream “In The Pines”:

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This Recording is now available to Download in FLAC and MP3 at Archive.org [HERE].

Nicole Atkins
2011-09-29
Webster Hall
New York, NY USA

Digital Master Recording
Soundboard + Audience Matrix

Soundboard + Neumann KM-150s > Edirol R-44 (Oade Concert Mod) > 2x 24bit 48kHz wav files > Soundforge (level adjustments, mixdown, downsample set fades) > CDWave 1.95 (tracking) > Flac Frontend (level 7, align sector boundaries) > flac

Recorded and Produced by nyctaper and acidjack
2011-10-01

Setlist:
[Total Time 47:46]
01 Heavy Boots
02 Party’s Over
03 This Is For Love
04 [banter]
05 The Way It Is
06 Cry Cry Cry
07 You Come To Me
08 Brooklyn’s On Fire
09 My Baby Don’t Lie
10 Vultures
11 In The Pines
12 The Tower

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Nicole Atkins: March 11, 2011 Maxwell’s – Flac and MP3 Downloads + Streaming Song

March 13, 2011
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[photo by nyctaper]

On the final night of her current tour, Nicole Atkins came home to a sold out Maxwell’s on Friday night. The tour in support of the heralded new album Mondo Amore (Razor & Tie) began at Bowery Ballroom more than a month ago and swung cross-country before its triumphant return. The band at Maxwell’s was the core group — not the orchestra-sized outfit at Bowery — and the set’s full throttle energy reflected it. From the opening notes of “Heavy Boots” the band was tight and focused and nicely complimented the main instrument — Nicole’s powerful voice. And she was in fine voice all evening in all modes, whether folk (“Monterey Honey”), ballad (“Hotel Plaster”), honky tonk (“Cry Cry Cry”) or a classic soul cover (“See And Don’t See”, streaming below). Nicole will play several SXSW shows before returning to dates in the Spring, which include Bonnaroo Festival and several dates with the Avett Brothers.

I recorded this set from our usual location and setup in this venue and the sound is outstanding. Nicole’s sound engineer Jeff mixed her vocals prominently and to perfection and the result is a recording that truly reflects of the strengths of this artist. Enjoy!

Stream “See And Don’t See”:

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This Recording is now available to Download in FLAC and MP3 at Archive.org [HERE].

Nicole Atkins
2011-03-11
Maxwell’s
Hoboken, NJ USA

Digital Master Recording
Four Channel Soundboard + Audience Matrix

Soundboard + Neumann KM-150s > Edirol R-44 (Oade Concert Mod) > 2x 24bit 48kHz wav files > Soundforge (level adjustments, mixdown, set fades) > CDWave 1.95 (tracking) > Flac Frontend (level 7, align sector boundaries) > flac

Recorded and Produced by nyctaper
2011-03-12

Setlist:
[Total Time 1:16:18]
01 Heavy Boots
02 Maybe Tonight
03 This Is For Love
04 You Come To Me
05 [banter]
06 Party’s Over
07 [band introductions]
08 Cry Cry Cry
09 Vitamin C [Can]
10 [banter2]
11 The Way It Is
12 Brooklyn’s On Fire
13 [banter3]
14 Hotel Plaster
15 [banter4]
16 Monterey Honey
17 My Baby Don’t Lie
18 Vultures
19 [banter5]
20 War Is Hell
21 The Tower
22 [encore break]
23 See and Don’t See [Marie Queenie Lyons]

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Nicole Atkins: February 9, 2011 Bowery Ballroom – Flac and MP3 Downloads + Streaming Songs

February 10, 2011
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[photo courtesy of Chris from Music Snobbery]

Redemption is sweet, especially when it follows several years of intense struggle. On Tuesday, the New York Times published an article and interview with Nicole Atkins called “Musical Survivor Hustles for a Second Chance“, which describes her travails since she separated from Columbia Records. But the title is misleading. Nicole is not seeking a “second chance”, but rather with the release of Mondo Amore (Razor & Tie) this week, the ability to make the albums she envisions and to control her own fate. At the sold-out and breakout Bowery Ballroom show last night, Nicole Atkins proved that she is indeed up to the task and very much in control. As the nine-piece band bounded on stage, Nicole’s delayed entrance wasn’t so much for dramatic effect as to indicate who was in charge. As she led the band through a set that consisted of every track on the new album, a few songs from her first album, and some eclectic covers, Nicole proved that ultimately it all boils down to that voice — a magical instrument that bursts forth in every song with abundant character and melody. The highlights of the set included the set-closing thoroughly powerful “The Tower” in which her voice soared, and which is an early contender for performance of the year. The show concluded with a quiet and soulful performance of 2007’s “Neptune City”, a song which likely feels as if it was recorded in a different lifetime for Nicole, but which carries so much more redemptive meaning now.

I recorded this set with the four microphone rig from the balcony rail and the sound quality is excellent. Enjoy!

Stream “The Tower”:

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Nicole Atkins
2011-02-09
Bowery Ballroom
New York, NY USA

Four-Track Digital Master Recording
Recorded Balcony Railing

Neumann KM-150s + DPA 4021’s > Edirol R-44 (Oade Concert Mod) > 2x 24bit 48kHz wav files > Soundforge (level adjustments, mixdown, set fades) > CDWave 1.95 (tracking) > Flac Frontend (level 7, align sector boundaries) > flac

Recorded and Produced by nyctaper
2011-02-10

Setlist:
[Total Time 1:27:56]
01 Introduction
02 Heavy Boots
03 Maybe Tonight
04 Brooklyn’s on Fire!
05 The Way It Is
06 Cry Cry Cry
07 [banter]
08 My Baby Don’t Lie
09 [banter2]
10 You Were The Devil
11 You Come To Me
12 Hotel Plaster
13 Monterey Honey
14 Vultures
15 [banter3]
16 Vitamin C [Can]
17 Party’s Over
18 [banter4]
19 War Is Hell
20 This Is For Love
21 [band introductions]
22 Oh Well [Peter Green’s Fleetwood Mac]
23 The Tower
24 [encore break]
25 See and Don’t See [Marie Queenie Lyons]
26 Neptune City

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Nicole Atkins: June 19, 2010 Backyard Brunch – Flac and MP3 Downloads (Streaming Sample)

June 21, 2010
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[photo by nyctaper]

Talent is an amazing thing to behold up close. When it comes to professional athletes, when you see them in person their amazing physicality is intimidating. Television does not do them justice. Its the same with musical performers. On Saturday, we were invited to capture a private performance at a “backyard brunch” series being presented weekly this summer. Nicole Atkins is a performer of some renowned, as Neptune City her 2007 release on Columbia Records reached number 20 in the Billboard “heatseeker” chart. But from five feet away in a relaxed backyard setting, Nicole’s talent is breathtaking. The Backyard Brunch series is unamplified, and yet even without the benefit of a sound system, her sweet yet powerful voice carried through all the ambient noise of a Saturday afternoon in Williamsburg to thoroughly entertain the intimate crowd. Nicole set included two songs from Neptune City and several songs that we anticipate will appear on her forthcoming album. Nicole Atkins performs again in NYC at the City Winery on August 7, when she returns from an extensive European tour.

I recorded this set with four microphones placed within a few feet of the artist. Other than a few moments of wind and some outside noise, this is quite an exceptional capture. Enjoy!

Stream “Call Me The Witch”:

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Nicole Atkins
2010-06-19
Private Backyard Barbeque
Brooklyn, NY USA

Four-Track Digital Master Recording
Recorded from Onstage

Neumann KM-150s + DPA 4021’s > Edirol R-44 (Oade Concert Mod) > 2x 24bit 48kHz wav files > Soundforge (level adjustments, mixdown, set fades) > CDWave 1.95 (tracking) > Flac Frontend (level 7, align sector boundaries) > flac

Recorded and Produced
by nyctaper
2010-06-20

Setlist:
[Total Time 34:50]
01 The Way It Is
02 Cry Cry Cry
03 Call Me The Witch
04 [tuning/banter]
05 Monterey Honey
06 Baby Don’t Lie
07 Hotel Plaster
08 The Tower
09 Neptune City

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List of All Available NYCTaper Recordings – 2017 Posts

January 1, 2018
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Welcome to our annual list of all the recordings we’ve posted in a given calendar year. This should give our readers a chance to check back and grab some shows you may have missed. Please don’t take this as an invitation to download massive quantities of recordings. If I find someone downloading 10 or 20 shows at once, I’ll block your IP address.

All 2007 Recordings Listed [HERE]
Part 1 of 2008 Recordings (January through June 13) Listed [HERE]
Part 2 of 2008 Recordings (June 13 through July 31) Listed [HERE]
Part 3 of 2008 Recordings (July 31 through December 31) Listed [HERE]

All 2009 Recordings Listed [HERE]
All 2010 Recordings Listed [HERE]
All 2011 Recordings Listed [HERE]
All 2012 Recordings Listed [HERE]
All 2013 Recordings Listed [HERE]
All 2014 Recordings Listed [HERE]
All 2015 Recordings Listed [HERE]
All 2016 Recordings Listed [HERE]

Alphabetical List of All Available Recordings at NYCTAPER.COM
(Click on Title for location):
Posted in 2017 (124 Recordings):

A Place to Bury Strangers: March 3, 2017 Villain
A Place To Bury Strangers: July 16, 2017 Out In The Street Festival
Acid Mothers Temple: April 22, 2017 Knitting Factory
AJJ: November 7, 2017 Bowery Ballroom
Alone & Together: December 15, 2017 Music Hall of Williamsburg
Animal Collective: May 23, 2017 Brooklyn Steel
Avey Tare: October 23, 2017 The Bowery Ballroom
Bardo Pond: April 1, 2017 Knockdown Center
Big Ups: April 7, 2017 Sunnyvale
Bob Weir & the Campfire Band: April 21, 2017 Wanee Festival (Live Oak, FL)
Bob Weir & the Campfire Band: April 22, 2017 Wanee Festival (Live Oak, FL)
Brokeback: May 4, 2017 Union Pool
Bridget St. John: October 21, 2016 Schoolhouse
Cap’n Jazz: September 23, 2017 Brooklyn Steel
Cate Le Bon: January 26, 2017 The Bowery Ballroom
Chad VanGaalen: December 6, 2017 Rough Trade BK
Chris Forsyth & the Solar Motel Band: April 6, 2017 Trans-Pecos
Chris Forsyth & the Solar Motel Band: September 21, 2017 Union Pool
Chuck Johnson: September 8, 2017 Three Lobed / WXDU Hopscotch Fest
Chuck Prophet: March 29, 2017 Bowery Ballroom
Circuit des Yeux: November 15, 2017 Rough Trade NYC
Clearance: October 13, 2017 Rough Trade NYC
Cloud Nothings: February 1, 2017 Webster Hall
Creeper Lagoon: August 10, 2017 Mercury Lounge
Dave Harrington and Merry Pranksters: January 21, 2017 Trans-Pecos
Dean and Britta: December 15, 2016 Philadephia
Diet Cig: September 8, 2017 Bowery Ballroom
Dinosaur Jr.: October 2, 2017 Brooklyn Bowl
Dinosaur Jr.: October 3, 2017 Brooklyn Bowl
Dire Wolves: September 21, 2017 Union Pool
Dirty Dishes: June 6, 2017 Alphaville
Dorji-Toth Duo: September 8, 2017 Three Lobed / WXDU Hopscotch Fest
Doug Tuttle: August 28, 2017 Rough Trade NYC
Drag Sounds: May 13, 2017 Our Wicked Lady
Dream Syndicate: December 2, 2017 Bowery Ballroom
Dylan Golden Aycock: October 21, 2016 The Schoolhouse
Earthless: December 13, 2016 Bowery Ballroom
Eugene Chadbourne: April 25, 2017 Union Pool
Eugene Chadbourne & Sunwatchers: April 25, 2017 Union Pool
Feral Ohms: June 24, 2017 Union Pool
Geologist: October 23, 2017 The Bowery Ballroom
Grim Streaker: July 16, 2017 Out In the Streets Festival, The Well
Gun Outfit: August 19, 2017 Union Pool
Hiss Golden Messenger: December 7, 2017 The Bowery Ballroom
Hiss Golden Messenger: December 8, 2017 The Bowery Ballroom
Honey: June 24, 2017 Union Pool
Horse Lords: March 25, 2017 Big Ears Festival – Knoxville TN
Horse Lords: June 4, 2017 Sunnyvale
Jackie Lynn: April 27, 2017 Rough Trade NYC
Jeff Rosenstock: November 18, 2016 Villain BK
Jeremy Hyman: October 23, 2017 The Bowery Ballroom
Jon Langford, Jean Cook and Walter Salas-Humara: December 17, 2016 – Private Home Brooklyn
Kevin Morby: September 9, 2017 Hopscotch Music Festival, King’s – Raleigh NC
Lake Mary: October 21, 2016 The Schoolhouse
Lambchop: March 30, 2017 Bowery Ballroom
Lee Ranaldo: January 22, 2017 Park Church Co-op
Leftover Salmon: April 20, 2017 Wanee Festival, Mushroom Stage (Live Oak, FL)
Long Hots: September 8, 2017 Three Lobed Records/WXDU Hopscotch Fest
Luna: November 18, 2017 Brooklyn Steel
Man Forever: June 14, 2017 Brooklyn Music School
Meat Puppets: May 10, 2017 Brooklyn Bowl
Meg Baird: January 22, 2017 Park Church Co-op
Mike Watt + The Jom and Terry Show: May 10, 2017 Brooklyn Bowl
Mind Over Mirrors: May 4, 2017 Union Pool
Moon Duo: April 27, 2017 Rough Trade NYC
Mountain Goats: November 10, 2017 White Eagle Hall, Jersey City NJ
Mountain Goats: November 12, 2017 Brooklyn Steel
Mountain Movers: July 13, 2017 Union Pool
Nathan Bowles Trio: September 8, 2017 Three Lobed / WXDU Hopscotch Fest
Nest Egg: September 7, 2017 Hopscotch Music Festival – Raleigh NC
Nicole Atkins: September 9, 2017 Mercury Lounge
Oneida: July 14, 2017 Secret Project Robot
Ovlov: June 23, 2017 The Bell House
Parlor Walls: July 22, 2017 The Gutter
Phish: July 22, 2017 Madison Square Garden
Phish: July 28, 2017 Madison Square Garden
Phish: July 29, 2017 Madison Square Garden
Phish: July 29, 2017 – Madison Square Garden
Phish: August 4, 2017 Madison Square Garden
Phish: August 5, 2017 Madison Square Garden
Phish: December 28, 2017 Madison Square Garden
Pile: April 7, 2017 Sunnyvale
Pile: December 9, 2017 Market Hotel
Purling Hiss: September 8, 2017 Three Lobed / WXDU Hopscotch Fest
Robert Millis: May 17, 2017 Park Church Co-op
Robyn Hitchcock (with Yo La Tengo): February 28, 2017 Rough Trade Brooklyn
Robyn Hitchcock (with Yo La Tengo): March 1, 2017 Bowery Ballroom
Robyn Hitchcock: March 24, 2017 Big Ears Festival
Rosali: September 8, 2017 Three Lobed / WXDU Hopscotch Fest
Ryley Walker: January 26, 2017 Rough Trade BK
Sir Richard Bishop: March 25, 2017 Big Ears Festival – Knoxville, TN
Sir Richard Bishop: May 17, 2017 Park Church Co-op
Sebadoh: April 22, 2017 Bell House
Sloppy Heads: January 25, 2017 Union Pool
Sloppy Heads: July 14, 2017 Secret Project Robot
Songs: Molina: September 8, 2017 Hopscotch Music Festival – Raleigh NC
Son Volt: April 7, 2017 Bowery Ballroom
Spiral Stairs: June 23, 2017 The Bell House
Steve Gunn: January 22, 2017 Park Church Co-op
Sunburned Hand of the Man: August 28, 2017 Rough Trade NYC
Sunn O))): March 17, 2017 Knockdown Center
Sunwatchers: June 24, 2017 Union Pool
Suuns: February 11, 2017 Saint Vitus
Teenage Fanclub: March 27, 2017 Warsaw Brooklyn
Thou: January 7, 2017 Saint Vitus
Tim Presley: January 26, 2017 The Bowery Ballroom
Titus Andronicus: December 14, 2017 Market Hotel
Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers: September 6, 2014 Lockn Festival
Tonstartssbandht: January 25, 2017 Sunnyvale
Tortoise: March 15, 2017 (Le) Poisson Rouge
Tortoise: March 16, 2017 Hall at MP
Tortoise: March 25, 2017 Big Ears Festival – Knoxville TN
Tredici Bacci: January 25, 2017 Sunnyvale
Trey Anastasio Band: April 22, 2017 Wanee Music Festival (Live Oak, FL)
Tyvek: August 26, 2017 Union Pool
War On Drugs: September 19, 2017 Terminal 5
Waxahatchee: July 15, 2017 Warsaw BK
Ween: June 6, 2017 Brooklyn Steel
Ween: June 7, 2017 Brooklyn Steel
Widespread Panic: April 21, 2017 Wanee Festival (Live Oak, FL)
Widowspeak: October 13, 2017 Rough Trade NYC
Wilco: March 24, 2017 Big Ears Festival – Knoxville TN
Wilco: June 23, 2017 Solid Sound Festival
Xenia Rubinos: April 13, 2017 Bowery Ballroom

NYCTaper Upcoming Schedule: Fall/Winter 2017

August 25, 2017
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Its been a quiet August, so its time to look forward to a nice slate of shows in the Fall.

Caveat: Below is the updated schedule. We expect to attend and record these events. However, circumstances will prevent some of these from being done, and others will be added in the meantime. Feel free to make suggestions or point out shows we missed or invite us to your shows!

Schedule:

Doug Tuttle / Sunburned Hand Of The Man:
August 28, 2017 Rough Trade BK

Hopscotch Festival:
September 7-10, 2017 Various Artists and Venues, NC

Diet Cig:
September 8, 2017 Bowery Ballroom NY

Upper Wilds / YVETTE / Sunwatchers / Gold Dime:
September 8, 2017 Secret Project Robot BK

Nicole Atkins:
September 9, 2017 Mercury Lounge NYC

Protomartyr:
September 13, 2017 Saint Vitus BK

The War On Drugs:
September 19, 2017 Terminal 5 NYC (permission pending)

Chris Forsyth & the Solar Motel Band:
September 21, 2017 Union Pool BK

Liars:
September 21, 2017 Warsaw BK (permission pending)

Cap’n Jazz:
September 23, 2017 Brooklyn Steel

Dinosaur Jr.:
October 3, 2017 Brooklyn Bowl (permission pending)

Guerilla Toss:
October 6, 2017 Our Wicked Lady BK

Widowspeak:
October 13, 2017 Rough Trade BK

Pujol:
October 25, 2107 Alphaville BK

Beach Fossils:
October 28, 2017 Brooklyn Steel

AJJ:
November 7, 2017 Bowery Ballroom NYC

the Mountain Goats:
November 10, 2017 White Eagle Hall, Jersey City NJ

The Deslondes:
November 11, 2017 Rough Trade BK

the Mountain Goats:
November 12, 2017 Brooklyn Steel

Iron & Wine:
November 14, 2017 Brooklyn Steel (permission pending)

Circuit des Yeux:
November 15, 2017 Rough Trade BK

Luna / Chris Forsyth:
November 18, 2017 Brooklyn Steel

Spoon:
November 29, 2017 Brooklyn Steel (permission pending)

The Hold Steady:
December 1, 2017 Brooklyn Bowl (permission pending)

Dream Syndicate:
December 2, 2017 Bowery Ballroom

Chad VanGaalen:
December 6, 2017 Rough Trade BK

Hiss Golden Messenger:
December 7-8, 2017 Bowery Ballroom NYC

List of All Available NYCTaper Recordings – 2011 Posts

December 26, 2015
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This is a rejuvenation of the lists we used to do in the early days of the site. I’m trying to get every year up in this category, so this is a look back four years at 2011. The following year (2012) will be available soon, and 2015 will go up in January. That will complete a full listing of the entire NYCTaper archives and make available every recording in our history only two clicks away. Again, don’t take this as an invitation to download massive quantities of recordings. If I find someone downloading 10 or 20 shows at once, I’ll block your IP address.

All 2007 Recordings Listed [HERE]
Part 1 of 2008 Recordings (January through June 13) Listed [HERE]
Part 2 of 2008 Recordings (June 13 through July 31) Listed [HERE]
Part 3 of 2008 Recordings (July 31 through December 31) Listed [HERE]

All 2009 Recordings Listed [HERE]
All 2010 Recordings Listed [HERE]
All 2013 Recordings Listed [HERE]
All 2014 Recordings Listed [HERE]

Alphabetical List of All Available Recordings at NYCTAPER.COM
(Click on Title for location):
Posted in 2011 (260 Recordings):

Acrylics: January 8, 2011 Rock Shop
Akron/Family: February 17, 2011 Knitting Factory
Akron/Family: March 5, 2011 Bowery Ballroom
Anamanaguchi: January 6, 2011 Knitting Factory
Anamanaguchi: July 22, 2011 Music Hall of Williamsburg
And You Will Know Us By the Trail of Dead: April 29, 2011 Bowery Ballroom
Antietam: May 10, 2011 Bell House
Antlers: May 6, 2011 Knitting Factory
Antlers: May 19, 2011 Music Hall of Williamsburg
Antlers: May 20, 2011 Bowery Ballroom
Antlers: October 3, 2011 Wellmont Theatre
Antlers: December 10, 2011 Webster Hall – Flac and MP3 Downloads + Streaming Songs
Arbouretum: October 14, 2011 Glasslands
Archers of Loaf: June 25, 2011 Music Hall of Williamsburg
Atlas Sound: June 16, 2011 St. Cecelia’s Church
Atlas Sound: December 18, 2011 Bowery Ballroom
Austra: December 4, 2010 Glasslands
Avey Tare: December 2, 2011 Knitting Factory
Babies: May 27, 2011 Knitting Factory BK
Babies: June 18, 2011 McCarren Park (Northside Festival)
Bardo Pond: November 19, 2011 Death By Audio
Bill Callahan (Smog): June 14, 2009 Music Hall of Williamsburg
Bill Callahan (Smog): July 12, 2011 Bowery Ballroom
Black Angels: April 8, 2011 Bowery Ballroom
Black Angels: July 15, 2011 Maxwell’s
Blasters: March 11, 2011 Maxwell’s
Blitzen Trapper: December 9, 2011 Maxwell’s
BOBBY: December 03, 2011 Mercury Lounge
Bonnie “Prince” Billy: December 7, 2010 Maxwell’s
Born Gold: October 22, 2011 Cameo Gallery CMJ Show
British Sea Power: March 21, 2011 Maxwell’s
British Sea Power: April 21, 2011 Bowery Ballroom
Brokeback: November 8, 2011 Bowery Ballroom
Buffalo Tom: April 28, 2011 Bowery Ballroom
Buke and Gass: January 29, 2011 Bell House
Camper Van Beethoven: January 14, 2011 Highline Ballroom
Caribbean: June 5, 2011 Mercury Lounge
Cass McCombs: May 12, 2011 Bowery Ballroom
Cass McCombs: July 20, 2011 Maxwell’s
Caveman: August 19, 2011 Cameo Gallery
Caveman: September 17, 2011 Beekman Beer Garden
Celebration: April 22, 2011 Union Pool
Coathangers: June 24, 2011 285 Kent
Condo Fucks: November 4, 2011 Mercury Lounge
Cotton Jones: March 11, 2011 Maxwell’s
Country Mice: November 16, 2011 Glasslands
Cracker: January 14, 2011 Highline Ballroom
Cymbals Eat Guitars: October 27, 2011 Bowery Ballroom
Daniel Wayne: November 17, 2011 Glasslands
David Bazan: June 22, 2011 Bowery Ballroom
Dean Wareham: January 13, 2011 Maxwell’s
Decemberists: January 26, 2011 Beacon Theatre
Deerhunter: August 23, 2011 Webster Hall
Deer Tick: August 10, 2011 Wantagh NY
Deer Tick: November 20, 2011 Webster Hall
Deervana: June 19, 2011 Brooklyn Bowl
Delicate Steve: February 17, 2011 Knitting Factory
Delicate Steve: March 5, 2011 Bowery Ballroom
Depreciation Guild: January 15, 2011 Rock Shop
Destroyer: April 3, 2011 Webster Hall
Disappears: July 26, 2011 Union Pool
Doug Paisley: September 24, 2011 Mercury Lounge
Drive-By Truckers: December 30, 2010 Brooklyn Bowl
Drive-By Truckers: February 15, 2011 Bowery Ballroom
Earth: October 2, 2011 ATP I’ll Be Your Mirror
Elephant 6 Holiday Surprise Tour: March 21, 2011 Knitting Factory
Eternal Summers: April 15, 2011 Glasslands
Eternal Summers: June 17, 2011 Knitting Factory (Northside Festival)
Eternal Tapestry: October 14, 2011 Glasslands
Exitmusic: August 19, 2011 Glasslands
Explosions In the Sky: April 6, 2011 Radio City Music Hall
Explosions In The Sky: October 3, 2011 Wellmont Theatre
Family Band: July 23, 2011 Backyard Brunch Sessions
Felice Brothers: May 18, 2011 Bell House
Felice Brothers: September 29, 2011 Webster Hall
Fergus & Geronimo: February 23, 2011 285 Kent
Forms: February 12, 2011 The Rock Shop
Freshkills: April 20, 2011 Mercury Lounge
Fruit Bats: September 13, 2011 Bowery Ballroom
Fucked Up: November 15, 2011 Warsaw
Funky Meters: September 14, 2011 Brooklyn Bowl
Futurebirds: February 26, 2011 Union Pool
Giraffes: February 5, 2011 Mercury Lounge
Givers: June 18, 2011 Backyard Brunch Sessions
Godspeed You! Black Emperor: March 15, 2011 Brooklyn Masonic Temple
Godspeed You! Black Emperor: March 16, 2011 Brooklyn Masonic Temple
Godspeed You! Black Emperor: March 17, 2011 St. Paul’s Church
Godspeed You! Black Emperor: March 18, 2011 St. Paul’s Church
Gourds: October 1, 2011 Sullivan Hall
Grails: April 24, 2011 The Knitting Factory
Grooms: January 8, 2011 Rock Shop
Guided By Voices: June 18, 2011 Northside Festival, McCarren Park
Hamilton Leithauser: February 20, 2011 Cameo Gallery
Harvey Milk: March 15, 2011 Union Pool
Heartless Bastards: July 23, 2011 Mercury Lounge
Heartless Bastards: July 24, 2011 Mercury Lounge
Heavy Pets: August 26, 2011 Bowery Ballroom
Helmet: October 11, 2011 Bowery Ballroom
Hi-Risers: March 11, 2011 Maxwell’s
Hold Steady: January 31, 2011 Music Hall of Williamsburg
Hold Steady: September 17, 2011 Beekman Beer Garden
Holiday Shores: June 19, 2011 NYCTaper Northside Showcase Public Assembly
Hoop Dreams: August 2, 2011 Glasslands
Hoop Dreams: October 20, 2011 NYCTaper CMJ Show at Cake Shop
Hooray For Earth: March 8, 2011 Glasslands
Hooray For Earth: October 27, 2011 Bowery Ballroom
Ian O’Neil (of Deer Tick): December 7, 2011 Glasslands
Implodes: August 10, 2011 Mercury Lounge
JEFF The Brotherhood: June 25, 2011 285 Kent
Jessica Lea Mayfield: April 1, 2011 Bowery Ballroom
Jessica Lea Mayfield: November 17, 2011 Glasslands
Joan of Arc: August 10, 2011 Mercury Lounge
John Vanderslice: May 12, 2011 Mercury Lounge
John Vanderslice: May 13, 2011 Rock Shop
Jukebox the Ghost: May 4, 2011 Rock Shop
Julian Lynch: January 7, 2011 Music Hall of Williamsburg
Julian Lynch: May 20, 2011 Bell House
Kurt Vile: December 26, 2011 Maxwell’s
Lady Lamb the Beekeeper: October 9, 2011 Backyard Brunch Sessions
La Sera: March 2, 2011 Bowery Ballroom
Lemonheads: October 10, 2011 Bowery Ballroom
Little Scream: May 20, 2011 Bowery Ballroom
Local H: April 21, 2011 Mercury Lounge
Loom: June 19, 2011 Public Assembly (Northside)
Loom: December 03, 2011 Mercury Lounge
Low: April 27, 2011 Bowery Ballroom
Lucero: July 23, 2011 Mercury Lounge
Lyonnais: April 15, 2011 Glasslands
Magik Markers: June 17, 2011 Northside Festival, St. Cecilia’s RCC
Man Forever: July 14, 2011 Union Pool
Maps & Atlases: April 19, 2011 Bowery Ballroom
Matt Douglas: January 9, 2011 Pete’s Candy Store
Megafaun: March 30, 2011 Bowery Ballroom
Megafaun: April 16, 2011 Music Hall of Williamsburg
Megafaun: September 24, 2011 Mercury Lounge
Melvins: June 6, 2011 Music Hall of Williamsburg
Melvins: June 7, 2011 Music Hall of Williamsburg
Mekons: October 9, 2011 City Winery
Minerva Lions: August 7, 2011 BBS at the Richardson
Mission of Burma: January 28, 2011 Maxwell’s
Mission of Burma: January 29, 2011 The Bell House
moe.: November 26, 2011 Terminal 5
Moondoggies: January 30, 2011 The Rock Shop
Mountain Goats: March 28, 2011 Bowery Ballroom
Mountain Goats: March 29, 2011 Bowery Ballroom
Mountain Goats – March 30, 2011 Bowery Ballroom
Mount Moriah: October 12, 2011 Bowery Ballroom
Mr. Dream: March 4, 2011 Glasslands
Mr. Dream: June 16, 2011 [Northside Festival] Glasslands, Brooklyn, NY
Mr. Dream: October 21, 2011 NYCTaper CMJ Day Party at Cake Shop
Mt. Eerie: September 21, 2011 285 Kent
My Morning Jacket: December 14, 2011 Madison Square Garden
Nada Surf: December 14, 2010 Rock Shop
National: December 12, 2011 Beacon Theatre
Nicole Atkins: February 9, 2011 Bowery Ballroom
Nicole Atkins: March 11, 2011 Maxwell’s
Nicole Atkins: September 29, 2011 Webster Hall
North Highlands: October 22, 2011 Cameo Gallery (CMJ)
North Mississippi Allstars Duo: June 6, 2011 (Late Show) Iridium Jazz Club
North Mississippi Allstars: October 28, 2011 Brooklyn Bowl
Oberhofer: October 1, 2011 Monster Island Farewell BBQ
O’Death: January 15, 2011 Bell House
Oh Land: January 26, 2011 Hiro Ballroom
Oh-OK: October 22, 2011 Cake Shop
Oneida: April 2, 2011 Ocropolis IV
Oneida: June 17, 2011 Secret Project Robot (Rated O Set)
Oneida: June 17, 2011 Secret Project Robot (Preteen Weaponry Set)
Oneida: June 19, 2011 Secret Project Robot (Absolute II Set)
Owen: December 2, 2011 Glasslands
Pains of Being Pure at Heart: May 6, 2011 Webster Hall
Pepper Rabbit: June 17, 2011 Knitting Factory (Northside Festival)
Prussia: October 20, 2011 Cake Shop NYCTaper CMJ
Prussia: October 22, 2011 Cameo Gallery (CMJ Show)
PS I Love You: March 30, 2011 Mercury Lounge
Psychic Ills: October 31, 2011 Music Hall of Williamsburg
Psychic Paramount: July 26, 2011 Union Pool
Purling Hiss: June 11, 2011 Bowery Ballroom
Purling Hiss: November 18, 2011 Cameo Gallery
Queens of the Stone Age: March 25, 2011 Terminal 5
Quiet Life: January 30, 2011 The Rock Shop
Quiet Lights: June 19, 2011 Public Assembly (NYCTaper Northside Showcase)
Quilty: June 19, 2011 NYCTaper Northside Showcase Public Assembly
Real Estate: May 20, 2011 Bell House
Real Estate: October 15, 2011 Bohemian Beer Garden
Real Estate: November 23, 2011 Bowery Ballroom
Roadside Graves: August 28, 2010 Mercury Lounge
Rosebuds: October 12, 2011 Bowery Ballroom
Royal Baths: December 9, 2011 Glasslands
Savoir Adore: June 26, 2011 Vivo In Vino
Savoir Adore: October 20, 2011 NYCTaper CMJ Show at Cake Shop
Sea and Cake: November 8, 2011 Bowery Ballroom
Sebadoh: November 11, 2011 Maxwell’s
Sharon Van Etten: January 8, 2011 Bowery Ballroom
Sharon Van Etten: April 16, 2011 Music Hall of Williamsburg
She Keeps Bees: April 16, 2011 Music Hall of Williamsburg
Shinji Masuko: October 10, 2011 Knitting Factory
Shilpa Ray: January 21, 2011 Brooklyn Bowl
Shovels & Rope: May 18, 2011 The Bell House
Skeletons: August 25, 2011 Glasslands
Sleepies: June 16, 2011 Northside Festival, Glasslands
Sloan: June 29, 2011 Bowery Ballroom
Smashing Pumpkins: October 18, 2011 Terminal 5
Soft Black: January 21, 2011 Brooklyn Bowl
Soft Circle: October 10, 2011 Knitting Factory
Sonic Youth: August 12, 2011 Williamsburg Waterfront
Stars: October 11, 2011 Music Hall of Williamsburg
Surfer Blood: April 29, 2011 Bowery Ballroom
Soulive: March 12, 2011: Brooklyn Bowl
Steve Kimock & Friends: November 4, 2011 Brooklyn Bowl
Suuns: January 25, 2011 Rock Shop
Teletextile: August 7, 2011 BBS at the Richardson
Tennis: March 2, 2011 Bowery Ballroom
Thee Silver Mt. Zion Memorial Orchestra: October 2, 2011 ATP
Thurston Moore: May 20, 2011 Music Hall of Williamsburg
Times New Viking: May 27, 2011 Knitting Factory
Tom Tom Club: January 12, 2011 Irving Plaza
Tom Vek: July 13, 2011 Union Pool
Trans Am: October 8, 2011 Union Pool
Trey Anastasio Band: February 22, 2011 Terminal 5
Tribes: December 8, 2011 Mercury Lounge
Tristan Clopet: June 18, 2011 Backyard Brunch Sessions
Tristen: February 23, 2011 Knitting Factory
Tristen: October 20, 2011 NYCTaper CMJ Show at Cake Shop
Umphrey’s McGee: September 9, 2011 Brooklyn Bowl
U Say USA: June 19, 2011 NYCTaper Northside Showcase Public Assembly
Vetiver: September 13, 2011 Bowery Ballroom
Wakey Wakey!: May 4, 2011 Rock Shop
War On Drugs: January 8, 2011 Bowery Ballroom
War On Drugs: April 3, 2011 Webster Hall
War On Drugs: August 19, 2011 Cameo Gallery
War On Drugs: December 11, 2011 Bowery Ballroom
Wavves: June 18, 2011 McCarren Park
Weird Owl: July 14, 2011 Union Pool
White Fence: August 13, 2011 Bowery Ballroom
White Fence: October 20, 2011 NYCTaper CMJ Show at Cake Shop
White Suns: June 16, 2011 Northside Festival, Glasslands
Widowspeak: March 3, 2011 Glasslands
Widowspeak: June 30, 2011 285 Kent
Widowspeak: August 2, 2011 Glasslands
Widowspeak: October 20, 2011 NYCTaper CMJ Show at Cake Shop
Wilco: September 22, 2011 Central Park Summerstage
Wilco: September 23, 2011 Central Park Summerstage
William Tyler: November 16, 2011 Glasslands
Wise Blood: April 1, 2011 Glasslands
Wooden Shjips – November 10, 2011 Music Hall of Williamsburg
Woods: February 4, 2011 Monster Island Basement
Woods: June 17, 2011 Northside Festival, St. Cecilia’s RCC
Woods: August 13, 2011 Bowery Ballroom
Wormburner: August 10, 2011 Wantagh NY
Wye Oak: January 27, 2011 Rock Shop
Wye Oak: April 14, 2011 Bowery Ballroom
XVSK: July 23, 2011 Backyard Brunch Sessions
Yellow Ostrich: January 4, 2011 Mercury Lounge
Yo La Tengo: March 23, 2011 Maxwell’s
Yo La Tengo: May 10, 2011 Bell House
Yo La Tengo: May 11, 2011 Bell House
Yo La Tengo: December 22, 2011 Maxwell’s
Yo La Tengo: December 23, 2011 Maxwell’s
Yo La Tengo: December 26, 2011 Maxwell’s
Young Adults: June 19, 2011 Public Assembly (Northside)

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