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Caspian: November 24, 2013 Bowery Ballroom – FLAC/MP3/Streaming

November 26, 2013
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[Photos by acidjack]

If you had told me back in 1997, when bands like Mogwai first hit the scene in the U.S., that heavy instrumental post-rock would one day be a somewhat popular genre, I’m not sure I’d have believed you. Sure, some of the credit goes to TV and movie soundtracks, but mainly, this genre’s emergence is the results of relentless touring and high-quality output of its practitioners. Boston’s Caspian, part of what could be called the second wave of the scene, and masters of the style, are a great example. I first saw them deliver their relentless, dynamic show at the relatively tiny Studio at Webster Hall back in 2010. Now, an album and a couple EPs later, they can pack them in at Bowery Ballroom on a freezing Sunday night. For progressive music, progress.

Caspian practice the same soft-loud dynamic as many of their contemporaries, but what struck me about this show was how heavily this band emphasizes the loud part of that. The whole room shook with the sound of songs like the band’s classic “Moksha”, with its epic sweep, or “Ghosts of the Garden City” from the album Tertia. From the band’s latest EP, Hymn for the Greatest Generation, we got “Halls of the Summer”, a forward-looking track that shows the band is keeping up with current trends by incorporating subtle-yet-effective electronics.

This has been a hard year for the band, having lost bassist Chris Friedrich unexpectedly earlier in the year. The band’s attitude has been to celebrate Chris’ legacy by moving onward and forward with their music. This show, and the huge reception by the fans, shows that it’s working. We hope to see Caspian’s upward trajectory continue.

I recorded this set in the usual manner for the venue, with Schoeps MK5 cardiod microphones and a soundboard feed from the house engineer Kenny. The sound quality is outstanding. Enjoy!

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Caspian
2013-11-24
Bowery Ballroom
New York, NY USA

Hosted at nyctaper.com
Recorded and produced by acidjack
Tracking by IceMan

Schoeps MK5c (30cm PAS Bar)>KC5>CMC6>Sound Devices USBPre2 + Soundboard (engineer: Kenny)>>Edirol R-44 [OCM]>2x24bit/48kHz WAV>Adobe Audition CS 5.5 (mixdown, adjust levels)>Izotope Ozone 5 (EQ, effects)>Audacity 2.0.3 (fades, tracking, amplify, balance, downsample, dither)>FLAC ( level 8 )

Tracks [Total Time: 1:11:06]
01 Fire Made Flesh
02 Moksha
03 Quovis
04 Further Up>
05 Further In
06 Gone In Bloom and Bough
07 Halls of the Summer
08 Ghosts of the Garden City *
09 Sycamore

If you enjoyed this recording, please support Caspian, visit their website, and buy Hymn For the Greatest Generation and their other releases from their online store.

Caspian: April 15, 2010 Studio at Webster Hall – FLAC and MP3 Downloads

April 17, 2010
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[Photos by Lauren Colchamiro]

Caspian are America’s answer to Mogwai.   I hate to use that kind of shorthand when talking about an instrumental rock band – it is already too easy to lump disparate bands with a very loosely defined common theme together.  After all, Explosions in the Sky (who we have recorded before) and God is an Astronaut don’t sound that much alike, and neither do Caspian and many other bands.  But having seen this Boston-based band live, I do think mine is an apt comparison, or at least, it describes the band’s set at The Studio at Webster Hall accurately.  Like the well-loved Scotsmen I compared them to, Caspian’s music thrives on the loud-soft dynamic, with the ability to shift from calm to storm in a split second.   In Caspian’s particular case, their live sound this night tended toward the heavier, more blunt-force end of the spectrum, toning down some of the textural richness found on their records.  Part of this is probably because the fans like it that way.

The band seemed gratified by the enthusiastic turnout, pointing out that NYC was the closest date they were doing to their home in Boston, and that we felt almost like a “hometown crowd.”   For their last song, the band was joined for “Sycamore” by members of the opening acts for a massive, multi-drummer blowout on a scale I haven’t seen since my last Boredoms show!  Caspian are touring the U.S. right now in support of their most recent album, Tertia.  They have a few East Coast dates left before their swing takes them through the midwest and west coast, and then Europe.  Don’t miss them – this music is best experienced live.

I recorded this set way up front with the DPA 4061 miniature omnidirectional microphones.  The result is a very “in your face” recording that captures the awesome power of this band perfectly.  Although there is some annoying crowd chatter audible during the opening 2 minutes, and some chatter from the bar that you can hear during quiet passages, it is generally smooth sailing for the most part (it’s not like you could hear anything over the band anyway).  Enjoy!

Album art by Michael Ricci is available here.

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

Caspian
2010-04-15
The Studio at Webster Hall
New York, NY  USA

An acidjack master recording
Recorded and produced by acidjack for nyctaper.com

Equipment: DPA 4061 (Coresound “HEB”)>Sony PCM-M10 (24/44.1)
Position: FOB, DFC, about 10? from stage, HRTF
Mastering: 24bit/44.1kHz WAV>Audacity (set fades, tracking, EQ, amplify each channel, downsample)>FLAC Level 8

Tracks (65min runtime) (thank you to the first commenter for the setlist corrections)
1. Intro/annoying girl talking
2. La Cerva
3. Malacoda
4. Interlude
5. Of Foam and Wave
6. banter
7. Concrescence
8. Moksha
9. Quovis / Further Up / Further In
10. encore break
11. Brombie
12. banter
13. Sycamore

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Phish: August 4, 2017 Madison Square Garden

August 5, 2017
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Phish did it again last night. On the 11th night of the historic Baker’s Dozen shows at Madison Square Garden, this one themed on a Lemon donut, the band again delivered a unique set of breakouts, first-time covers, and surprisingly placed jams. You could excuse Phish for maybe missing the mark once on this run, but its clear that every single show has been an all-timer and this is why we continue to insist that this a bellwether stand for the band.

Last night’s set opened with a first-time cover of the blues standard “See That My Grave is Kept Clean” or “One Kind Favor”, performed by a litany of artists but first attributed to Blind Lemon (get it?) Jefferson. The set also featured stand-out performances of not-classics “Ocelot” and “Winterqueen”, two songs of recent vintage that got the full jam treatment at this show. The set finale of “First Tube” was truly remarkable, an intensely jammed version that ended with Trey literally waving his guitar around above his head in some sort of feedback devotional ritual.

The second set started off slowly with a puzzling silly acapella “Dem Bones” but quickly moved into jam mode. “No Man’s Land” is another new-y that got some peak extended play, before unfinished it quietly segued into a song that had some heads scratching and phones clicking. Radiohead’s “Everything In Its Right Place” fit the theme (“sucking a lemon”) but certainly seemed like “worlds colliding” of musical genres. But the band did a bang-up job on the number — if a bit spacier than the original. Moving forward, a sample of the “sucking a lemon” vocals would continue to pop up during the set. Phish continued this strong set with a “Scent and Subtle Sounds” which not only reached jammy peaks but also contained a neatly interposed reprise of “No Man’s Land” tucked into the jam. The set ended with crowd-favorites “Prince Caspian” and a now-infrequent visit with “Fluffhead” before the band returned with a non-unfamiliar cover of the Edgar Winter Group’s classic “Frankenstein”.

This was my own personal final show of this run — acidjack is scheduled to capture tonight’s show — but I have to remark that this was all-in-all clearly the highlight of my lengthy but limited relationship with Phish. I suspect its also a highlight of the long-time and truly dedicated Phishheads, and that’s saying something.

I recorded this show from the dead center area of the taper’s section on the rail behind the video cage. The sound in the venue was extraordinary this night and our centered position was advantageous. As a result, the sound quality is superb and I believe this is my best sounding recording of the three shows I attended. Enjoy!

Download The Complete Show [MP3] / [FLAC]

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Phish
2017-08-04
Madison Square Garden
New York NY

Digital Master Recording
Sixth Row Center Tapers Section

Schoeps CCM4u Cardioids > Sound Devices 744t > 24bit 48kHz wav > Soundforge (post production) > CDWave 1.95 (tracking) > TLH > flac (320 MP3 and tagging via Foobar)

Recorded and Produced by nyctaper

Setlist:
Set 1
[Total Time 1:09:49]
01 See That My Grave Is Kept Clean [Blind Lemon Jefferson]
02 Punch You in the Eye
03 Party Time
04 Big Black Furry Creature From Mars
05 Dinner and a Movie
06 Ocelot
07 Poor Heart
08 Winterqueen
09 Bold as Love [Hendrix]
10 First Tube

Set 2:
[Total Time 1:24:19]
11 Dem Bones
12 No Men in No Man’s Land
13 Everything in Its Right Place [Radiohead]
14 What’s the Use
15 Scents and Subtle Sounds*
16 Prince Caspian
17 Fluffhead
18 [encore break]
19 Frankenstein [Edgar Winter]

*with No Man’s Land Reprise

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List of All Available NYCTaper Recordings – 2010 Posts

December 19, 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 five years at 2010. The following years (’11 and ’12) 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 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 2010 (242 Recordings):

47.5: September 18, 2010 Studio BPM
Acid Mothers Temple: April 7, 2010 Knitting Factory Brooklyn
Akron/Family: March 3, 2010 Music Hall of Williamsburg
Akron/Family: July 1, 2010 Monster Island
And You Will Know Us By the Trail of Dead: February 24, 2010 Union Pool
ARMS: November 8, 2010 Brooklyn Bowl
ArpLine: January 27, 2010 Mercury Lounge
ArpLine: March 11, 2010 Glasslands
ArpLine: May 15, 2010 Piano’s (NYCTaper 3rd Anniversary Concert)
ArpLine: October 21, 2010 Cake Shop NYCTaper CMJ
ArpLine: November 17, 2010 Glasslands
A Sunny Day in Glasgow: March 29, 2010 The Bell House
A Sunny Day In Glasgow: October 26, 2010 Knitting Factory
Atlas Sound: February 3, 2010 Bell House
Autolux: August 26, 2010 Bowery Ballroom
Babies: January 6, 2010 Glasslands
Bad Veins: February 15, 2010 Knitting Factory
Bardo Pond: November 20, 2010 Bell House, Brooklyn, NY
Beach Fossils: January 6, 2010 Glasslands
Bear in Heaven: October 24, 2009 Market Hotel
Bear in Heaven: January 27, 2010 Mercury Lounge
Bear in Heaven: February 19, 2010 Glasslands
Bear In Heaven: November 19, 2010 Music Hall of Williamsburg
Benevento Russo Duo: August 27, 2010 Highline Ballroom
Black Keys: July 28, 2010 Terminal 5
Braids: November 30, 2010 Knitting Factory
Brit & The Cavalry: October 21, 2010 NYCTaper CMJ Day Party
Buffalo Tom: November 18, 2010 Mercury Lounge
Built To Spill: July 28, 2010 Irving Plaza
Built to Spill: September 2, 2010 Rocks Off Concert Cruise
Built to Spill: October 5, 2010 Music Hall of Williamsburg
Built to Spill: October 6, 2010 Highline Ballroom
Bunnygrunt: May 23, 2010 NYC Popfest at Littlefield
Camper Van Beethoven: January 15, 2010 Highline Ballroom
Cap’n Jazz: July 25, 2010 Brooklyn Bowl
Cap’n Jazz: July 25, 2010 Maxwell’s
Casiokids: March 15, 2010 Knitting Factory
Casiotone For The Painfully Alone: July 18, 2010 Monster Island
Caspian: April 15, 2010 Studio at Webster Hall
Charles Burst: August 7, 2010 Gaza Benefit Show
Cloud Nothings: June 24, 2010 Knitting Factory
Common Prayer: August 13, 2010 Rock Shop
Common Prayer: October 21, 2010 NYCTaper CMJ Day Party
Courtesy Tier: July 10, 2010 Backyard Brunch Sessions
Courtesy Tier: October 21, 2010 NYCTaper CMJ Day Party
Cracker: January 15, 2010 Highline Ballroom
Crystal Stilts: March 27, 2010 Maxwell’s
Dan Deacon Ensemble: October 15, 2010 Ridgewood Masonic Temple
Dead Confederate: September 28, 2010 Music Hall of Williamsburg
Deakin: September 13, 2010 Glasslands
Deakin: November 2, 2010 Music Hall
Deerhunter: August 12, 2010 Pier 54
Deer Tick: July 19, 2010 Maxwell’s
Depreciation Guild: May 25, 2010 Knitting Factory
Diamond Rings: July 18, 2010 Monster Island
Diamond Rings: October 21, 2010 NYCTaper CMJ Day Party
Diamond Rings: December 4, 2010 Glasslands
Diamondsnake: June 17, 2010 Highline Ballroom
Dinosaur Feathers: December 17, 2009 Cameo Gallery
Dinosaur Feathers: March 5, 2010 Studio at Webster Hall
Dinosaur Feathers: May 15, 2010 Pianos (NYCTaper 3rd Anniversary)
Dinosaur Jr.: January 16, 2010 Bowery Ballroom
Dinosaur Jr.: January 17, 2010 Music Hall of Williamsburg
Dinowalrus: February 4, 2010 Littlefield
Dinowalrus: November 16, 2010 Knitting Factory
Dirty Projectors: September 11, 2010 Terminal 5
Drive-By Truckers: April 1, 2010 Webster Hall
Drivin’ N Cryin’: November 6, 2010 Mercury Lounge
Dustin Wong: November 2, 2010 Monster Island Basement
Emanuel and The Fear: October 22, 2009 Bruar Falls
Emanuel and the Fear: June 21, 2010 Knitting Factory
Embassy: May 23, 2010 NYC Popfest 2010 at Littlefield
Extra Lens: October 21, 2010 Mercury Lounge
Feelies: September 12, 2009 Woodstock NY
Fiery Furnaces: June 26, 2010 Mercury Lounge
Final Fantasy (Owen Pallett): January 18, 2010 Bowery Ballroom
Flaming Lips: July 26, 2010 Central Park Summerstage
Fol Chen: April 18, 2010 Music Hall of Williamsburg
Franz Nicolay: August 28, 2010 Backyard Brunch Sessions
Fresh & Onlys: October 8, 2009 Mercury Lounge
Fresh & Onlys: June 25, 2010 Music Hall of Williamsburg
Fucked Up: February 18, 2010 Maxwell’s
Frankie Rose and The Outs: February 13, 2010 Monster Island Basement
Galactic: June 3, 2010 Brooklyn Bowl
Gary Louris: May 1, 2010 Truck America Festival
Ghastly City Sleep: May 3, 2010 Glasslands
Harlem: April 24, 2010 Maxwell’s
Headless Horseman: December 16, 2010 Glasslands
Health: April 24, 2010 Solar One
Heartless Bastards: July 14, 2010 Music Hall of Williamsburg
Heartless Bastards: July 15, 2010 Bowery Ballroom
Hold Steady: April 17, 2010 Bowery Ballroom
Holly Miranda: May 26, 2010 Bowery Ballroom
Holly Miranda: August 8, 2010 Vivo In Vino
Hooray For Earth: June 27, 2010 Brooklyn Bowl
Jay Farrar: June 4, 2010 Maxwell’s
JEFF The Brotherhood: June 13, 2010 Santos Party House
Jeff Tweedy: December 3, 2010 Maxwell’s
Jeff Tweedy: December 4, 2010 Bowery Ballroom
John Vanderslice: October 21, 2010 Mercury Lounge
Joy Formidable: January 12, 2010 Pianos – Flac and MP3 Downloads
Joy Formidable: April 30, 2010 Truck America Festival
Joy Formidable: May 10, 2010 Mercury Lounge
Keepaway: June 27, 2010 Brooklyn Bowl
Keepaway: October 21, 2010 NYCTaper CMJ Day Party
Kelli Scarr: August 21, 2010 Backyard Brunch Sessions
Kurt Vile: January 16, 2010 Bowery Ballroom
Les Claypool: June 8, 2010 Brooklyn Bowl
Lightning Bolt: October 15, 2010 Ridgewood Masonic Temple
Lil Daggers: April 11, 2010 Glasslands
Local Natives: May 7, 2010 Bowery Ballroom
Long Winters (John Roderick solo): March 26, 2010 The Bell House
Loom: October 22, 2009 Bruar Falls
Loom: August 13, 2010 Rock Shop
Loom: October 10, 2010 Backyard Brunch Sessions
Loom: November 13, 2010 Bowery Ballroom
Love Is All: March 27, 2010 Maxwell’s
Lymbyc Systym: September 18, 2010 Studio BPM
Magik Markers: March 19, 2010 Union Pool
Maps & Atlases: August 12, 2010 Mercury Lounge
Medications: July 23, 2010 Littlefield
Melvins: May 15, 2009 Webster Hall
Melvins: June 18, 2010 Webster Hall
Memory Tapes: February 3, 2010 Bell House
Memory Tapes: June 26, 2010 Music Hall of Williamsburg
Mercury Rev: May 1, 2010 Truck America Festival
MGMT: August 17, 2010 Radio City Music Hall
Midnight Masses: January 29, 2010 Music Hall of Williamsburg
Midnight Masses: February 24, 2010 Union Pool
Miracles of Modern Science: June 17, 2010 Cake Shop
Mission of Burma: January 29, 2010 Bowery Ballroom
Mission of Burma: January 30, 2010 Bowery Ballroom
Mission of Burma: December 5, 2010 Maxwell’s
Mon Khmer: February 19, 2010 Glasslands
Mon Khmer: April 21, 2010 Mercury Lounge
Moon Duo: June 25, 2010 Music Hall of Williamsburg
Motel Motel: October 22, 2009 Bruar Falls
Motel Motel: January 21, 2010 Union Pool
Motel Motel: August 7, 2010 Gaza Benefit Show
Motel Motel: August 24, 2010 Union Pool
MV & EE: May 13, 2010 Abrons Arts Center
Nada Surf: March 26, 2010 The Bell House
National: July 29, 2010 Terminal 5
National: December 8, 2010 Maxwell’s
Natureboy: May 15, 2010 Pianos
Neil Halstead: May 1, 2010 Truck America Festival
Neverever: May 23, 2010 NYC Popfest 2010 at Littlefield
Nicole Atkins: June 19, 2010 Backyard Brunch
No Age: July 25, 2010 Brooklyn Bowl
North Mississippi Allstars: February 26, 2010 Highline Ballroom
Obits: April 9, 2010 Irving Plaza
O’Death: August 20, 2010 Rock Shop
Of Montreal: January 26, 2010 Highline Ballroom
Oh Land: June 27, 2010 Brooklyn Bowl
Oh Land: October 10, 2010 Backyard Brunch Sessions
Oh Land: November 8, 2010 Brooklyn Bowl
Oneida: March 19, 2010 Knitting Factory
Oneida: October 29, 2010 Monster Island Basement
Owen Pallett: April 22, 2010 Webster Hall
Panda Bear: September 11, 2010 Governor’s Island
Pavement: September 19, 2010 Williamsburg Waterfront
Pavement: September 21, 2010 Central Park Summerstage
Pavement: September 22, 2010 Central Park Summerstage
Pavement: September 23, 2010 Central Park Summerstage
Pavement: September 24, 2010 Central Park Summerstage
Pearl and the Beard: September 25, 2010 Backyard Brunch Sessions
Person L: July 10, 2010 Backyard Brunch Sessions
Peter Wolf Crier: July 15, 2010 Bowery Ballroom
Phantogram: May 19, 2010 Bowery Ballroom
Pierce Turner: February 15, 1998 Fiddlesticks NYC
Pontiak: November 20, 2010 Bell House
Quasi: April 22, 2010 Bowery Ballroom
Quiet Lights: October 26, 2010 Knitting Factory
Radical Dads: November 9, 2010 Glasslands
Real Estate: March 12, 2010 Music Hall of Williamsburg
Real Estate: June 25, 2010 Music Hall
Real Estate: August 12, 2010 Pier 54
Rest: October 21, 2010 NYCTaper CMJ Day Party
Richard Barone: November 13, 2010 Maxwell’s
Rogue Wave: March 2, 2010 Music Hall of Williamsburg
Royal Chains: May 3, 2010 Glasslands
Royal Chains: July 23, 2010 Littlefield
Royal Forest: May 3, 2010 Glasslands
Sanctuaries: July 23, 2010 Littlefield
Secret History: May 23, 2010 NYC Popfest 2010 at Littlefield
Secret Machines: December 23, 2009 Knitting Factory
Secret Machines: February 19, 2010 Glasslands
Shark?: January 28, 2010 Cake Shop
Shark?: August 7, 2010 Gaza Benefit Show
Sharon Van Etten: August 2, 2010 The Rock Shop
Sharon Van Etten: October 8, 2010 Rock Shop
She Keeps Bees: May 10, 2010 Mercury Lounge
She Keeps Bees: October 8, 2010 Rock Shop
She Keeps Bees: October 21, 2010 NYCTaper CMJ Day Party
Slip: January 2, 2010 Sullivan Hall
So Cow: February 13, 2010 Monster Island Basement
Soft Black: August 7, 2010 Gaza Benefit Show, Brooklyn, NY
Soft Black: October 21, 2010 NYCTaper CMJ Day Party
Spoon: August 4, 2010 Madison Square Garden
Spoon: September 13, 2010 Cake Shop
Steve Wynn and The Miracle 3: February 19, 2010 Lakeside Lounge
Superchunk: September 19, 2010 Music Hall of Williamsburg
Surfer Blood: February 27, 2010 Market Hotel
Suzanne Vega: November 14, 2010 Housing Works
Team B: June 26, 2010 Backyard Brunch
Ted Leo and The Pharmacists: April 9, 2010 Irving Plaza
That Petrol Emotion: December 12, 2009 Bell House
These United States: August 28, 2010 Mercury Lounge
Tidal Arms: June 17, 2010 Cake Shop
Titus Andronicus: March 6, 2010 Bowery Ballroom
Titus Andronicus: April 24, 2010 Maxwell’s
Tommy Keene: September 15, 2010 Rock Shop
True Womanhood: January 6, 2010 Glasslands
Tune-Yards: August 2, 2010 The Rock Shop
Twin Sister: April 28, 2010 Mercury Lounge
Twin Sister: June 26, 2010 Music Hall of Williamsburg
Unicycle Loves You: September 18, 2010 Cake Shop
Unicycle Loves You: October 21, 2010 NYCTaper CMJ Day Party
Vandelles: February 4, 2010 Littlefield
Vandelles: February 26, 2010 Cake Shop
Wave Pictures: March 15, 2010 Knitting Factory
Wavves: June 24, 2010 Northside Festival, Knitting Factory
We Were Promised Jetpacks: February 15, 2010 Knitting Factory
WhoMadeWho: March 15, 2010 Knitting Factory
Wilco: April 2, 2010 Wellmont Theatre
Wilco: April 3, 2010 Wellmont Theatre
Wild Beasts: February 28, 2010 Music Hall of Williamsburg
Wild Nothing: February 13, 2010 Monster Island
Wild Nothing: March 12, 2010 Music Hall
Wooden Shjips: September 6, 2010 Music Hall of Williamsburg
Woods: August 14, 2009 Bell House
Woods: March 12, 2010 Music Hall of Williamsburg
Woods: May 13, 2010 Abrons Arts Center
Woods: June 25, 2010 Music Hall of Williamsburg
Wormburner: December 10, 2010 Mercury Lounge
Wussy: April 16, 2010 Cake Shop
Yo La Tengo: December 1, 2010 Maxwell’s
Yo La Tengo: December 5, 2010 Maxwell’s
Yo La Tengo: December 6, 2010 Maxwell’s
Yo La Tengo: December 7, 2010 Maxwell’s
Yo La Tengo: December 8, 2010 Maxwell’s
ZaZa: June 26, 2010 Music Hall of Williamsburg

List of All Available NYCTaper Recordings – 2013 Posts

April 11, 2015
By

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A few months ago, we compiled the list of 2014 Recordings, and here is the previous year. This is a rejuvenation of the lists we used to do in the early days of the site. 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 2011 Recordings Listed [HERE]
All 2012 Recordings Listed [HERE]

Alphabetical List of All Available Recordings at NYCTAPER.COM
(Click on Title for location):
Posted in 2013 (207 recordings):

65daysofstatic: November 24, 2013 Bowery Ballroom
Acid Mothers Temple: April 19, 2013 Mercury Lounge
ACME String Quartet: March 20, 2013 Society for Ethical Culture
Akron/Family: April 24, 2013 Bowery Ballroom
Alex Bleeker & The Freaks: July 27, 2013 Bowery Ballroom
Alexandra Stewart: March 15, 2013 Glasslands
Amanda Palmer: May 25, 2013 Bowery Ballroom
Amanda Palmer: August 9, 2013 Damrosch Park Lincoln Center
Amazing: January 25, 2013 Mercury Lounge
And You Will Know Us By the Trail of Dead: July 23, 2013 Maxwell’s
Antlers: June 12, 2013 Le Poisson Rouge
Arbouretum: February 15, 2013 Cameo Gallery
Beach Fossils: February 23, 2013 Bowery Ballroom
Beach Fossils: November 22, 2013 285 Kent
Bent Shapes: August 25, 2013 South Street Seaport
Bill Evans Soulgrass: June 8, 2013 Mountain Jam
Birds of Maya: September 7, 2013 Paradise of Bachelors/WXYC Show, Hopscotch Fest
Black Crowes: April 6, 2013 Terminal 5
Black Crowes: October 19, 2013 The Capitol Theatre
Black Crowes: October 26, 2013 Terminal 5
Black Twig Pickers: September 7, 2013 Paradise of Bachelors/WXYC Show, Hopscotch Fest
Bleeding Rainbow: February 12, 2013 Glasslands
Blind Shake: October 27, 2013 285 Kent
Blouse: August 31, 2013 Captured Tracks CT5
Brian Settles & Central Union: January 16, 2013 Barbès
Brooklyn What: April 21, 2013 Bowery Ballroom
Built To Spill: November 7, 2013 Irving Plaza
Caged Animals: October 17, 2013 NYCTaper CMJ Cake Shop
Camper Van Beethoven: January 19, 2013 Stage 48
Caspian: November 24, 2013 Bowery Ballroom
Cass McCombs: December 12, 2013 Bowery Ballroom
Caveman: April 10, 2013 Webster Hall
Chelsea Light Moving: March 2, 2013 Maxwell’s
Chris Forsyth & Solar Motel Band: September 7, 2013 Paradise of Bachelors/WXYC Day, Hopscotch
Chuck Johnson: May 26, 2013 Mercury Lounge
Cian Nugent: September 7, 2013 Hopscotch Fest, Fletcher Opera Theater
Complete Last Waltz: November 27, 2013 Capitol Theatre Port Chester NY
Cracker: January 19, 2013 Stage 48
D. Charles Speer & the Helix: May 25, 2013 Mercury Lounge
Daniel Bachman: September 6, 2013 Hopscotch Fest, Long View Center (Raleigh, NC)
Daniel Bachman: December 12, 2013 Union Pool
Dead Milkmen: April 21, 2013 Bowery Ballroom
Dead Stars: September 28, 2013 Glasslands
Deafheaven: February 22, 2013 Saint Vitus
Deafheaven: July 2, 2013 Saint Vitus
Deer Tick: June 7, 2013 Mountain Jam IX
Deervana: September 13, 2013 Brooklyn Bowl
Desert Heat: September 6, 2013 Three Lobed/WXDU Day Show, Kings
Deslondes: November 4, 2013 Mercury Lounge
Diane Cluck: February 5, 2013 Joe’s Pub
Disappears: April 25, 2013 Knitting Factory
Dismemberment Plan: October 18, 2013 Terminal 5
Doe Paoro: May 14, 2013 Glasslands
Drive By Truckers: March 15, 2013 Capitol Theatre Port Chester NY
Drug Yacht: September 7, 2013 Hopscotch Fest, Slim’s
Dump: October 4, 2013 Glasslands
Eagulls: October 16, 2013 Glasslands
Echo Friendly: October 17, 2013 NYCTaper CMJ Cake Shop
Eidetic Seeing: November 27, 2012 Union Pool
Eidolons: June 30, 2013 Cameo Gallery
Elizabeth and the Catapult: September 22, 2013 Backyard Brunch Sessions
Field Mouse: October 26, 2013 Backyard Brunch Sessions
Firehorse: October 17, 2013 PledgeMusic CMJ Show, McKittrick Hotel
Frank Turner & the Sleeping Souls: March 4, 2013 Bowery Ballroom
French Films: June 4, 2013 Mercury Lounge
Friend Roulette: April 5, 2013 Bushwick Starr
Futurebirds: May 31, 2013 Bowery Ballroom
Futurebirds: June 7, 2013 Mountain Jam IX
Gary Clark Jr.: June 8, 2013 Mountain Jam IX
Goat: April 23, 2013 Music Hall of Williamsburg
Govt Mule: June 8, 2013 Mountain Jam
Grace Potter & the Nocturnals: February 23, 2013 Capitol Theatre Port Chester
Grandchildren: May 15, 2013 Glasslands
Gross Ghost: September 6, 2013 Hopscotch Fest Main Stage – FLAC/MP3/Streaming
Habit: March 26, 2013 Knitting Factory
Hans Chew: February 15, 2013 Cameo Gallery
High Aura’d: September 6, 2013 Hopscotch Fest, Long View Center – FLAC/MP3/Streaming
Hilly Eye: February 8, 2013 Music Hall of Williamsburg
Hiss Golden Messenger: August 17, 2013 Glasslands
Holly Miranda: June 2, 2013 Glasslands
Holy Wave: April 23, 2013 Music Hall of Williamsburg
Hooded Fang: June 4, 2013 Mercury Lounge
Hospitality: January 10, 2013 Bowery Ballroom
Hurray For The Riff Raff: August 1, 2013 Knitting Factory
Hurray For The Riff Raff: November 4, 2013 Mercury Lounge
Infamous Stringdusters: December 27, 2012 Bowery Ballroom
Iron and Wine: May 19, 2013 Capitol Theatre Portchester
J Fernandez: October 17, 2013 NYCTaper CMJ at Cake Shop
Jeffrey Lewis: February 8, 2013 Music Hall of Williamsburg
Joe Russo’s Almost Dead: January 26, 2013 Brooklyn Bowl
John Vanderslice: November 5, 2013 Mercury Lounge
Jon Langford: July 9, 2013 Maxwell’s
Julia Weldon: May 29, 2013 Rock Shop
Julia Weldon: July 19, 2013 Knitting Factory
Julia Weldon: October 17, 2013 NYCTaper CMJ at Cake Shop
Kevin Devine: November 22, 2013 Webster Hall
Kung Fu: February 21, 2013 Highline Ballroom
Lady Lamb the Beekeeper: May 11, 2013 Glasslands
Lake Street Dive: December 27, 2012 Bowery Ballroom
Laura Stevenson: February 8, 2013 Music Hall of Williamsburg
Lawsuits: October 26, 2013 Backyard Brunch Sessions
Lee Ranaldo: July 30, 2013 Maxwell’s
Lemuria: February 8, 2013 Music Hall of Williamsburg
Lonnie Holley: September 7, 2013 Paradise of Bachelors Show, Stephenson Theatre Raleigh NC
Love Language: August 1, 2013 Glasslands
Low: March 20, 2013 Society For Ethical Culture
Low: June 19, 2013 Music Hall of Williamsburg
Low: June 22, 2013 Solid Sound Festival
Lucius: April 10, 2013 Webster Hall
Lumineers: June 8, 2013 Mountain Jam IX
Mac DeMarco: February 1, 2013 Webster Hall
Mac DeMarco: August 31, 2013 Captured Tracks CT5
Marnie Stern: September 5, 2013 Hopscotch Fest – Lincoln Theatre, Raleigh, NC
Math the Band: January 4, 2013 Glasslands
Meat Puppets: April 4, 2013 Mercury Lounge
Men: March 7, 2013 Bowery Ballroom
METZ: April 17, 2013 Bowery Ballroom
Mikal Cronin: September 6, 2013 Hopscotch Fest – Pour House, Raleigh, NC
Mike Doughty: June 19, 2013 Music Hall of Williamsburg
Mike Doughty: July 31, 2013 City Winery
Mike Doughty: November 22, 2013 9:30 Club DC
Mike Doughty: November 23, 2013 Webster Hall
Minks: August 31, 2013 Captured Tracks CT5 Festival
Miracle of 86: June 14, 2013 Maxwells
Mission of Burma: January 18, 2013 Bowery Ballroom
Mission of Burma: July 28, 2013 Maxwell’s (Early Show)
Mission Of Burma: July 28, 2013 Maxwells (Late Show)
Modern Merchant: September 22, 2013 Backyard Brunch Sessions
Moondoggies: October 17, 2013 NYCTaper CMJ Cake Shop
Mountain Goats: June 5, 2013 Maxwells
My Brightest Diamond: January 23, 2013 Bowery Ballroom
Night Beats: May 8, 2013 Glasslands
Night Marchers: March 2, 2013 Glasslands
Noah and the MegaFauna: June 24, 2012 Joe’s Pub
Norman Blake (Teenage Fanclub): December 15, 2012 Maxwell’s
Notekillers: November 5, 2013 Trans Pecos
North Mississippi Allstars: September 11, 2013 Irving Plaza
Numbers Band (15.60.75): December 6, 2013 Bowery Electric
Old 97s: March 15, 2013 Capitol Theatre Port Chester
Old 97s: June 27, 2013 Brooklyn Bowl
Oneida: October 4, 2013 Glasslands
Ovlov: October 15, 2013 Oh My Rockness CMJ Show, Cameo Gallery
Parkington Sisters: October 10, 2013 Joe’s Pub
Parquet Courts: March 7, 2013 Bowery Ballroom
Paul Damian Hogan the Third: April 5, 2013 The Bushwick Starr
Phil and Friends: June 9, 2013 Mountain Jam IX
Porcelain Raft: June 28, 2013 Glasslands
Pop. 1280: August 16, 2013 Mercury Lounge
Promised Land Sound: September 7, 2013 Paradise of Bachelors/WXYC Show, Hopscotch Fest
PUP: October 15, 2013 Oh My Rockness CMJ Show, Cameo Gallery
Purling Hiss: April 4, 2013 285 Kent
Rathborne: May 14, 2013 Glasslands
Retribution Gospel Choir: February 12, 2013 Knitting Factory
Sannhet: February 22, 2013 Saint Vitus
Sebadoh: November 1, 2013 Bowery Ballroom
She Keeps Bees: December 15, 2012 Cameo Gallery
She Keeps Bees: August 29, 2013 Glasslands
Sheiks: October 24, 2013 Cake Shop
Shellshag: February 9, 2013 Music Hall of Williamsburg
Ski Lodge: August 20, 2013 Glasslands
Sky Picnic: March 28, 2013 Union Pool
Soft Moon: January 8, 2013 Mercury Lounge
Son Lux: November 4, 2013 Joe’s Pub (Late Show)
Soulive: March 12, 2013 Brooklyn Bowl (Bowlive IV, Night 4)
Spacin’: April 4, 2013 285 Kent
Spacin’: September 6, 2013 Hopscotch Fest – King’s
Spacin’: September 7, 2013 Hopscotch – Paradise of Bachelors Show
Speedy Ortiz: September 6, 2013 Hopscotch Fest, Kennedy Theater (Raleigh, NC)
Stars: March 08, 2013 Music Hall of Williamsburg
Stars: March 09, 2013 Music Hall of Williamsburg
Stormshadow: February 9, 2013 Music Hall of Williamsburg
Suburbs: September 27, 2013 Mercury Lounge
Superchunk: September 27, 2013 Bowery Ballroom
Superchunk: September 28, 2013 Bowery Ballroom
Swearin: April 20, 2013 Maxwell’s
Thee Oh Sees: October 27, 2013 285 Kent
Thee Oh Sees: October 29, 2013 Irving Plaza
Thermals: March 9, 2013 Maxwell’s
These Animals: December 6, 2013 Mercury Lounge
Titus Andronicus: December 14, 2012 Maxwell’s
Tom Carter: May 25, 2013 Mercury Lounge
Tom Carter: September 6, 2013 Three Lobed/WXDU Show, King’s – Hopscotch Fest
Torres: September 25, 2013 Glasslands
Trapper Schoepp and The Shades: June 27, 2013 Brooklyn Bowl
Trey Anastasio Band: January 24, 2013 Capitol Theatre Port Chester
Ty Segall: February 1, 2013 Webster Hall
Ty Segall: August 30, 2013 Bowery Ballroom – Flac/MP3/Streaming
Ultimate Vag (feat. Gibby Haynes/Don Fleming): November 27, 2012 Union Pool
Ume: July 23, 2013 Maxwell’s
VietNam: May 18, 2013 Glasslands
Villages: September 6, 2013 Hopscotch Fest, Kennedy Theater (Raleigh, NC)
Walking Shapes: May 15, 2013 Glasslands
Waxahatchee: February 8, 2013 Music Hall of Williamsburg
Waxahatchee: September 6, 2013 Kennedy Theatre, Hopscotch Fest
White Fence: September 18, 2013 Glasslands
Widespread Panic: June 7, 2013 Mountain Jam IX
Wilco: June 21, 2013 Solid Sound Festival
Wilco: June 22, 2013 Solid Sound Festival
Wood Brothers: March 1, 2013 Bowery Ballroom
Woods: July 27, 2013 Bowery Ballroom
Woodsman: January 25, 2013 Mercury Lounge
Wreckless Eric & Amy Rigby: December 1, 2012 Maxwell’s
Yo La Tengo: June 15, 2013 Maxwell’s
Yo La Tengo: June 22, 2013 Solid Sound Festival
Yo La Tengo: December 13, 2013 Bell House
Yo La Tengo: December 14, 2013 Bell House
Yo La Tengo: December 15, 2013 Bell House
Yo La Tengo: December 16, 2013 Bell House
Zachary Cale: September 27, 2013 Union Pool
Zoned Out: March 28, 2013 Union Pool

This Will Destroy You: February 27, 2015 Saint Vitus – FLAC/MP3/Streaming/Video

March 1, 2015
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This Will Destroy You, of San Marcos, TX, just crossed the decade mark as a band last year, with the excellent record Another Language. In the broad sense, they share company with the dynamic instrumental bands that get lumped together as “post-rock” — Mogwai, Explosions In the Sky, Caspian, etc. But if this two-night stand of shows presented by BrooklynVegan at Saint Vitus proved anything, it’s that they don’t let labels stop them. Saint Vitus, best-known as NYC’s destination for the heaviest of heavy music, made a good fit for the band, as they led off with the thunderous “Little Smoke” that pummeled us from start to finish. TWDY may not be a black metal band, but their sonics are definitely toward the darker end of the spectrum, a kind of soundtrack to the end of the world.

But just when you think you’re going to get nothing but 80 minutes of soft-loud dynamics and blaring guitars, TWDY changes things up. Bursts of electronics seep in, between the ratcheting drumbeats and the mournful guitars of “A Three-Legged Workhorse”. Or there’s “Grandfather Clock”, basically a full-on IDM track, followed by the texturally dense standout track from Another Language, “Dustism”. But if the band proved there was more to them than just getting loud, when they were loud, they made it count, as on the climax to “Black Dunes” or “There Are Some Remedies Worse Than The Disease”. This show ran a touch longer than the previous night’s effort, closing with the ironically-titled “Quiet”. This burner of a Friday night show had been anything but.

I recorded this set with Schoeps MK4V cardiod microphones and a soundboard feed of the mix by TWDY’s engineer (if you have his name, please give him a shout out). As with everything at Saint Vitus, the sound quality is outstanding. Enjoy!

Download the complete show: [MP3] | [FLAC]

Stream the complete show:

Video of the complete show:

This Will Destroy You
2015-02-27
St. Vitus
Brooklyn, NY USA

Exclusive download hosted at nyctaper.com
Recorded and produced by acidjack

Schoeps MK4V (LOC, at SBD, PAS)>KCY>Z-PFA>Sound Devices USBPre2 + Soundboard (engineers: Nick + TWDY’s engineer (please provide name if you have it))>>Edirol R-44 [OCM]>2x24bit/48kHz WAV>Adobe Audition CS 5.5 (align, mix down, adjust levels)>Izotope Ozone 5 (harmonic exciter, EQ, imaging)>Audacity 2.0.3 (track, amplify, balance, downsample, dither)>FLAC ( level 8 )

Tracks [Total Time 1:23:24]
01 Little Smoke
02 A Three-Legged Workhorse
03 War Prayer
04 Burial On the Presidio Banks
05 Grandfather Clock
06 Dustism
07 Black Dunes
08 There Are Some Remedies Worse Than the Disease
09 Communal Blood
10 [banter]
11 New Topia
12 Quiet

If you enjoyed this recording, PLEASE SUPPORT This Will Destroy You, visit their website, and buy Another Language here.

65daysofstatic: November 24, 2013 Bowery Ballroom – FLAC/MP3/Streaming

December 12, 2013
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[bad photos by acidjack]

The Sheffield, UK band 65daysofstatic are among the leading lights of Great Britain’s post-rock movement. Almost thirteen years after their formation and ten after their debut EP, Stumble.Stop.Repeat, the band showed this crowd at Bowery Ballroom why they’ve endured. Even going back to their first album, The Fall of Math, 65daysofstatic were ahead of the times, adding glitchy electronic noises over the top of their cinematic compositions. The band strikes me as less guitar-driven than many of their peers generally; the cresting waves of guitar are still very much there, but they feel more of a component to the sound rather than the band’s reason for being. Consider, for example, “Prism”, the band’s latest single, from their 2013 album Wild Light, or the piano-driven “Taipei”. Most of this set was drawn from Wild Light, but we also got a taste of the band’s earlier material, such as a sweeping version of The Fall of Math’s “Install A Beak In the Heart that Clucks Time in Arabic”. Considering that the band chose a New York live set for their 2009 live record Escape From New York, I can’t say I was surprised by the outpouring of love from this crowd, who treated 65daysofstatic as enthusiastically as the headliner, Caspian (that recording here).

I recorded this set with Schoeps MK5 microphones and a flawless soundboard feed from the house engineer, Kenny. The sound quality is outstanding. Enjoy!

Stream “Prisms”

Download the complete show [MP3] | [FLAC

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65daysofstatic
2013-11-24
Bowery Ballroom
New York, NY USA

Hosted at nyctaper.com
Recorded and produced by acidjack
Tracking by IceMan

Schoeps MK5c (30cm PAS Bar)>KC5>CMC6>Sound Devices USBPre2 + Soundboard (engineer: Kenny)>>Edirol R-44 [OCM]>2x24bit/48kHz WAV>Adobe Audition CS 5.5 (mixdown, adjust levels)>Izotope Ozone 5 (EQ, effects)>Audacity 2.0.3 (fades, tracking, amplify, balance, downsample, dither)>FLAC ( level 8 )

Tracks [Total Time 53:32]
01 Retreat! Retreat!
02 Crash Tactics
03 Install a Beak in the Heart That Clucks Time in Arabic
04 Prisms
05 The Undertow
06 Debutante
07 Unmake the Wild Light
08 Taipei
09 Radio Protector

If you enjoyed this recording, PLEASE SUPPORT 65daysofstatic, visit their website, and buy their records from their online store.

Trey Anastasio Band: February 22, 2011 Terminal 5 – FLAC / MP3 Downloads + Streaming Songs

March 23, 2011
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Despite how “jambands” seem to invoke the ire of quite a few people, it can’t be ignored that they attract a zealous following.  Bolstered by excellent musicianship and great songwriting, Phish has arguably been at the top of this genre for a long time and are able to sell out nearly every arena-sized (and larger) venue they play in.  That’s why it’s nice when the individual members indulge in their side projects, allowing them to kick back and play the smaller places like they did before becoming a multi-million dollar juggernaut.  I hadn’t been to a Phish concert for the better part of two decades when a few friends literally dragged me to see frontman Trey Anastasio last year.  It turned out to be a stellar gig and good enough to make me dip my toes back into the pond, so to speak.  With his return to Terminal 5 this year, there was no way I was going to miss it and it turned out to be money well spent.  Delving into the extensive catalog of material from his main band and solo jaunts, Trey and company split the performance into acoustic and electric sets, playing a lot of favorites and a few inspired, and some surprising, covers.  Judging by the great time the performers and the crowd were having, reinforced by the multiple sing-alongs during the course of the evening, I can understand why so many folks are continually drawn to them.

We recorded this show from the first balcony, nearly dead-center.  A few other people had the same idea and we had a blast turning the area into a taper’s section.  As with Phish, Trey Anastasio’s sound engineers are top-notch.  The house sound that night was superb and our recording reflects that.  Enjoy!

Stream “Meatstick”:
[audio:http://www.nyctaper.com/T2220TreyAnastasio0112/TAB_-_Meatstick.mp3]
Stream “Burn That Bridge”:
[audio:http://www.nyctaper.com/T2220TreyAnastasio0112/TAB_-_Burn_That_Bridge.mp3]

Direct download of the complete show in MP3 [HERE]
Direct download of the complete show in FLAC [HERE]

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Trey Anastasio Band
Tuesday, February 22, 2011
Terminal 5
New York, NY, USA

Source: AUD > AKG C 414 B-XLS’s + DPA 4021’s > Edirol R-44 (WAV @ 24-bit/48kHz)
Lineage: R-44 > USB > PC > Adobe Audition (mixdown, adjust levels, downsample, dither, tracking) > WAV (16-bit/44.1kHz) > Trader’s Little Helper (check/fix SBE’s, FLAC conversion) > FLAC ( level 8 )
Recorded and produced by: Johnny Fried Chicken Boy

1st SET: Acoustic
[Total time: 1:07:40]
01. Down with Disease
02. Wolfman’s Brother
03. Theme from the Bottom
04. Camel Walk
05. Kill Devil Falls
06. Meatstick
07. Halley’s Comet
08. Bouncing Around the Room
09. Cavern
10. Prince Caspian
11. [banter]
12. Limb by Limb
13. Stealing Time from the Faulty Plan
14. [banter]
15. Wading in the Velvet Sea
16. [banter]
17. Heavy Things
18. [banter]
19. Peggy
20. [banter]
21. Hey Ya!  [OutKast]

2nd SET: Electric
[Total time: 1:43:45]
22. 2nd set intro
23. In the Night  [Professor Longhair]
24. Valentine
25. Ocelot
26. It Makes No Difference  [The Band]
27. Gotta Jibboo
28. Burlap Sack and Pumps
29. Clint Eastwood  [Gorillaz]
30. Cayman Review
31. Sand
32. Sweet and Dandy  [Toots & the Maytals]
33. Burn That Bridge
34. [banter]
35. My Problem Right There
36. Tuesday
37. First Tube
38. Empire State of Mind  [Jay-Z]
39. [encore break]
40. Sultans of Swing  [Dire Straits]

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