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Lucius: July 14, 2012 Backyard Brunch Sessions – FLAC/MP3/Streaming

August 6, 2012
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[Photo courtesy of Backyard Brunch sessions]

acidjack reports:
“The duo of talented vocalists that make up the band Lucius joined us for the inaugural Backyard Brunch Session of the season recently, and proceeded to blow us away. Holly Laessig and Jess Wolfe’s note-perfect vocals were as well matched as their outfits at this casual backyard show, which consisted primarily of their 2012 self-titled EP plus some new songs. In BBS tradition, the duo were backed by lightly-played instrumentation, but little was needed; Laessig and Wolfe’s voices are the only instruments required. Their latest work is sweet and dreamy, but never comes off as twee. The band has range as well; the new “Two Of Us” has a bit of a rootsy twang, while the new “Wildewoman” is a spare, breezy number that builds to a life-affirming climax. “Turn it Around,” the hardest rocking song from the Lucius EP, closed the set, and the semi-acoustic setup focused the crowd on the vocal, rather than robbing the song of its power.  With only one full album – 2009’s Songs from the Bromley House – under their belts, Lucius are a young band, but one that is obviously full of promise.

hi and lo recorded this set with a combination of Schoeps and MBHO microphones and the weather was fortunately cooperative. Only some very minor wind gusts occurred and the overall sound is excellent. Enjoy!”

Thanks to the BBS sponsors for this show, Grady’s Cold Brew and Kings County Distillery Moonshine.

Stream “Don’t Just Sit There”

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Lucius
Backyard Brunch Sessions
Brooklyn, NY
2012-07-14

Recordist : hi and lo
Source 1 : MBHO KA200/603 + Schoeps MK5 (omni, mono) > Naiant PFA >> Tascam DR-680 @ 24bit / 48kHz
Edit : WaveLab V5 (mixdown/eq/gain/fades/dither/resampling)
Encoding : FLAC v1.2.1 Level 8 with TLH v2.6.0 (Build 168)

Tracklist:

01. Intro
02. Go home
03. Don’t Just Sit There
04. Genevieve
05. Two of Us
06. Wildewoman
07. Turn it Around

Running Time: 27:29

If you enjoyed this recording, PLEASE SUPPORT Lucius, visit their website, and purchase their record from [HERE] or on iTunes.

Donora: June 26, 2012 Glasslands – FLAC/MP3 Downloads + Streaming Songs

July 18, 2012
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[still from official Donora video]

On a summer night in Brooklyn there are few places I’d rather be than Glasslands. With their perfectly refrigerated tap and AC cranked to full blast, it’s always an easy decision to come for a night of great music. So when I saw this great indie-pop lineup with Donora headlining, I was excited.

Back in February, I had the pleasure of seeing Donora play in support of Team Genius and was impressed with the work from their 2011 EP, Boyfriends, Girlfriends. This show at Glasslands was a stop on their Friends Forever tour with fellow Pittsburgh band TeamMate and did not disappoint. Donora’s upbeat set featured many of the songs from the EP plus a brand new track Under the Lights, which made the packed crowd dust off their dancing shoes.

This recording was made with a pair of Schoeps MK5 microphones positioned in our usual spot, along with a soundboard feed. We are really excited about Glasslands’ recently upgraded soundboard, and this was the very first night with the new equipment. House engineer Jeremy absolutely nailed both the live mix and soundboard feed. The recording is an even balance between the two sources and sounds excellent. Enjoy!

Stream “Champion”

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Donora
Glasslands
Brooklyn, NY, US
2012-07-26

Recordist : hi and lo
Source : Soundboard + Schoeps MK5c/KC > Naiant PFA >> Tascam DR-680 @ 24 bit / 96 kHz
Edit : WaveLab V5.01b (fades/gain/eq/dither/resmpaling)
Encoding : FLAC v1.2.1 (Level 8) with TLH v2.6.0 (Build 168)

Tracklist:
01. The Untouchables
02. And Then the Girls
03. Boom Boom
04. Photograph
05. Mancini’s Dance Hall
06. Champion
07. Under the Lights
08. Shhh
09. The Chorus

Running Time: 33:25

Please support Donora by checking out their Official Website, by following them on Facebook, or by purchasing their albums on iTunes.

Hallelujah the Hills: June 23, 2012 Rock Shop – FLAC and MP3 Downloads + Streaming Songs

July 2, 2012
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[Photo by hi and lo]

Among my favorite albums from this spring is Hallelujah the Hills’ most recent release No One Knows What Happens Next and I was delighted to see they were making a stop at Brooklyn’s Rock Shop on their current tour. It’s hard to pinpoint the Hills’ sound, which ranges from easy-going, sophisticated folk to a powerful rock groove. The far reaches of their musicianship has made their recent release one of my favorite albums to listen to, particularly on the walk to work while I prepare for the day ahead, so I was really looking forward to this Saturday night performance at a great Brooklyn venue.

For fifty minutes, the band filled the small stage and played a balanced set of songs between their new album and the 2007 album Collective Psychosis Begone. Leading with their self-titled song, they quickly featured group vocals and revisited this theme on a personal favorite “The Crux of the Cameraman”. Obviously, the talents of band members Brian Rutledge on horns and David Bentley on cello are a highlight and make a delicate song like “Care to Collapse” or “Hungry Ghost Extraordinaire” among the most memorable and recognizable songs, both from the album and live. The band, along with the soothing vocals of singer Ryan Walsh, certainly made the most of the venue’s intimate settings and left me with that same great feeling I get on my morning walk.

I recorded the band using a pair of Schoeps MK 5 Cardioid microphones from the audience and a soundboard feed from the house engineer to wish I’d like to send a special thanks. This was his last night, as mentioned by the band in the recording, and we wish him all the best. Rock Shop has always been a terrific venue for us because it always sounds so good. Enjoy the recording!

Stream “Hallelujah the Hills”

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Hallelujah the Hills
Rock Shop
Brooklyn, NY, US
2012-06-23

Recordist : hi and lo
Source : Soundboard + Schoeps MK5 > Naiant Tinybox V2 > Tascam DR-680 @ 24 bit / 48 kHz
Edit : WaveLab V5.01b (fades/gain/eq/dither/resmpaling)
Encoding : FLAC v1.2.1 (Level 8) with TLH v2.6.0 (Build 168)

Tracklist:

01. Hallelujah the Hills
02. Introductory Saints
03. Get Me In a Room
04. Hungry Ghost Extraordinaire
05. Call Off Your Horses
06. Care to Collapse
07. Nightingale Lightning
08. The Crux Of The Camera Man
09. Slow Motion Records Broken at Breakneck Speeds
10. People Breathe Into Other People
11. Wave Backwards to Massachusetts
12. Escape Clause [The Stairs]
13. Amateurs

Running Time: 49:29

Please support Hallelujah the Hills by checking out the band’s Bandcamp page where you can get their latest CD and digital album. You can also check out the band on their Twitter or Facebook.

The Spinto Band: May 24, 2012 Rock Shop – FLAC/MP3 Downloads + Streaming Songs

June 12, 2012
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Photo by hi and lo
[Photo by hi and lo]

We recorded The Spinto Band last month who are fresh off the May 1 release of their self-produced album Shy Pursuit. This was the last night of a four night residency for the Delaware band and they showed a remarkable range of sounds including heavy guitar solos, steady synthesizers, and an army of kazoos. For fifty minutes the band played a great set of infectious indie-folk with most of the songs coming from their new album Shy Pursuit and from 2005’s Nice and Nicely Done.

The band choose an excellent venue in Rock Shop, one of Brooklyn’s absolute best sounding venues, and I was lucky enough to get to record this show using a pair of Schoeps cardioid microphones and a soundboard feed graciously provided by the house engineer. I had a bit of an issue with my preamp and the audience recording, but the final mix turned out to a be a very nice capture of the final night of their residency. We hope you enjoy!

Stream “The Living Things”

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The Spinto Band
Rock Shop
Brooklyn, NY, US
2012-05-24

Recordist : hi and lo
Source : Soundboard + Schoeps MK5 > Naiant Tinybox V2 > Tascam DR-680 @ 24 bit / 48 kHz

Tracklist:
01. The Living Things
02. Summer Grof
03. Muesli
04. Take It
05. Brown Boxes
06. Cookie Falls
07. Leave Yourself Alone
08. Unknown
09. Direct to Helmet
10. Jackhammer
11. Oh Mandy
12. Brazil
13. Atari

Please support The Spinto Band by checking out the band’s website, by following them on Twitter, and by visiting their official store (get the vinyl!).

Donora: February 22, 2012 Glasslands – FLAC/MP3 Downloads + Streaming Songs

March 9, 2012
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Photos by Acidjack
[Photo by Acidjack]

In the wonderful melting pot that is Glasslands, we caught a short but powerful performance by Donora. Admittedly, this is a band that should have been on my radar long ago, so I was happy they were able to travel in from Pittsburgh while crashing the living room of Ball of Flame Shoot Fire for their most recent stint in Brooklyn.

Playing in support of Team Genius, Donora cruised through a mix of songs from their 2008 self-titled EP Donora and their 2011 EP Boyfriends, Girlfriends. Catchy pop songs like “Shhh” and “Boom Boom” were balanced by songs like “The Chorus” which has an epic, almost Arcade Fire, feel to it when (ironically) the chorus ensues.

Acidjack and I recorded this with an excellent soundboard feed from the house engineer as well as pair of Schoeps MK5 cardioid microphones located in our usual, optimal spot. We ran directly into an Oade modified R44 recorder this night and probably don’t run this combination as often as we should because despite its simplicity, the outcome never fails to please. We captured a fantastic performance with a great setup and really hope you enjoy the recording!

Stream “The Chorus”

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Donora
Glasslands
Brooklyn, NY, US
2012-02-22

Recordist : hi and lo, Acidjack
Source : Soundboard + Schoeps MK5 > KC5(MK) > Naiant PFA >> Edirol R-44 [Oade Concert Mod] @ 24 bit / 48 kHz
Edit : WaveLab V5.01b (fades/gain/eq/dither/resmpaling)
Encoding : FLAC v1.2.1 Level 8 with TLH v2.6.0 Build 168

Tracklist:

01. The Untouchables
02. And Then the Girls
03. The World Is Ours
04. Boom Boom
05. Mancini’s Dance Hall
06. Champion
07. Shhh
08. The Chorus

Running Time: 31:20

Please support Donora by checking out their Official Website, by following them on Facebook, and by purchasing their albums on iTunes.

Stars: October 11, 2011 Music Hall of Williamsburg – FLAC/MP3 Downloads + Streaming Songs

December 22, 2011
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Photo courtesy of Jill and For the Love of Brooklyn
[photos courtesy of Jill and For the Love of Brooklyn]

Montreal band Stars has long been one of my favorites. I first saw them at the now defunct Siren Festival of 2006, against the beautiful scenic backdrop that is Coney Island, and was blown away by their unique blend of pop and rock. Even though they now claim Montreal as their hometown, the band has deep NYC roots, having written their first song and several albums while living in a small West Side Apartment in the late ’90s, so it’s no surprise that they consistently return to their home away from home in the Big Apple.

We had the good fortune of seeing Stars at Music Hall of Williamsburg for a performance that was nothing short of outstanding. Their performance featured two never before played songs, To the Better Ones and Holes, offering up a moment of vulnerability, but also demonstrating their trust and connection with the audience.

Lead singer Torquil Campbell was also able to connect with the audience in a slightly different way, showing his jovial mood by kindly requesting that an audience member “pass the spliff” before playing the aforementioned To the Better Ones. Between moments like this and personal commentary about the heroes of Occupy Wall Street, it was clear that spirits were high and a genuine love for New York existed on this beautiful Brooklyn night.

I recorded this set using a pair of Schoeps MK41 hypercardioid microphones clamped to the center balcony railing. The samples I have chosen include Set Yourself on Fire, the self-titled track from their 2004 album, and my personal favorite Elevator Love Letter, a fitting tribute to our metropolis.

Stream “Set Yourself on Fire”

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Stars
Music Hall of Williamsburg
New York, NY, US
2011-10-11

Recordist : hi and lo
Location : DFC, clamped to balcony
Source : Schoeps MK41/CMR > Naint Tinybox > Sony PCM-M10 @ 24 bit / 48 kHz
Mastering : Wavelab 6 (Mixdown/EQ/Fades/resamping/dither) > Flac Level 8 with TLH v2.6.0 (Build 168)

Tracklist:

01. Intro
02. Fixed
03. The Passenger
04. Take Me to the Riot
05. Wasted Daylight
06. Set Yourself on Fire
07. To the Better Ones
08. Dead Hearts
09. Ageless Beauty
10. Soft Revolution
11. Holes
12. Your Ex-Lover is Dead
13. Window Bird
14. We Don’t Want Your Body
15. How Much More
16. Reunion
17. Calendar Girl
18. (Encore Call)
19. One More Night
20. Bitches in Tokyo
21. The Ghost of Genove Heights
22. Changes
23. Elevator Love Letter

Running Time: 1:41:32

Please support Stars by visiting their Website. If you’ve enjoyed this recording, you may also purchase any of their wonderful albums directly from the band’s Store

Smashing Pumpkins: October 18, 2011 Terminal 5 – FLAC/MP3 Downloads + Streaming Songs

October 21, 2011
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Photo courtesy of Jill and For the Love of Brooklyn
[photos courtesy of Jill and For the Love of Brooklyn. See all her pictures here!]

For me, the hobby of live recording at concerts has one origin; the Smashing Pumpkins. It was in 2000 and the band was on their final world tour when I was drawn into this hobby. The band, still mired in the politics of a big recording label, did not openly allow taping, but those that were interested were just an internet search away from immersion into a community of passionate fans who were taping, trading and archiving recordings.

Since the band’s humble beginnings in Chicago, Billy Corgan was receptive towards live recordings and the community often saw ‘leaked’ analog cassettes from the archives. (Mashed Potatoes, anyone?) It was through these tapes that I was drawn to the beauty of live recordings, experiencing the energy and passion of a show I could not attend, or creating a permanent memory of those I could. Fortunately for the taping community, in 2003, Billy Corgan instituted an open taping policy with his side project Zwan and legions of fans could finally – and legally – document their performances.

Though the only remaining original member of the band is Corgan, this open taping policy has remained constant and is exposing new fans to their huge catalog of music while showcasing the talent of their three new members, guitarist Jeff Schroeder, bassist Nicole Fiorentino, and 21-year-old Mike Byrne on drums. But regardless of the lineup changes, the music remains as powerful as ever, selling out venues and enthralling crowds worldwide.

The NYCTaper crew caught the Smashing Pumpkins on tour at Terminal 5 this week and they did NOT disappoint. Indeed, their performance was a mind-blowing mix of new material from their forthcoming album, Oceania, with sprinklings of hardcore fan favorites from Gish, Siamese Dream, Pisces Iscariot, Mellon Collie, and Adore. We recorded this show with multiple rigs clamped to an ideal spot above the soundboard, and the house mix was as good as any of us had ever heard at Terminal 5. Thanks to the electric performance of the band and the crazy high energy of the crowd, the results of our recordings were nothing short of fantastic.

In honor of JFCB who sent us a 4AM email (he just couldn’t stop listening!), we are streaming two of his favorites from the show:

Stream “Geek U.S.A.”

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The Smashing Pumpkins
Terminal 5
New York, NY, US
2011-10-18

Recordist : hi and lo
Location : first balcony rail, DFC
Source : Schoeps MK41/CMR > Naiant PFA > EAA PSP-2 > Tascam DR-680 @ 24 bit / 48 kHz
Edit : WaveLab V6 (EQ/Fades/Resampling/Dither)
Final Format : 16 bit, 44.1 kHz
Tracking : CD-Wave v1.98
Encoding : FLAC v1.2.1 Level 8 with TLH v2.6.0 (Build 168)

Tracklist:

01. Intro
02. Quasar
03. Panopticon
04. Starla
05. Geek U.S.A.
06. Muzzle
07. Window Paine
08. Lightning Strikes
09. Soma
10. Siva
11. Oceania
12. Frail and Bedazzled
13. Silverfuck
14. Obscured
15. Pale Horse
16. Thru the Eyes of Ruby
17. Cherub Rock
18. Owata
19. My Love Is Winter
20. For Martha
21. (Encore Call)
22. Pissant
23. Bullet with Butterfly Wings

Running Time: 2:16:45

Please support Smashing Pumpkins by seeing them on their current tour in support of Oceania and by visiting their official website. If you’ve enjoyed this recording, you may also purchase an official soundboard version directly from the band’s website and by signing up for the Smashing Pumpkins Record Club.

Hoop Dreams: August 2, 2011 Glasslands – FLAC/MP3 Downloads + Streaming Songs

September 22, 2011
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Hoop Dreams - 2011-08-02 - Glasslands, Brooklyn, NY
[photos by Jessica Amaya, originally appeared on brooklynvegan]

Without question one of my surprise favorite performances of the year was Hoop Dreams, a Blacksburg, Virginia band signed to Captured Tracks. We caught them on a summer night at Glasslands with a packed crowd, typical for a PopGun Booking, and for what was likely their NYC debut. While having only recently released their first single XCPR (which has found a permanent place in my daily playlist) this summer, Hoop Dreams performed ten highly polished songs. With the captivating voice of vocalist Max Brooks and bass-driven melodies, Hoop Dreams could easily be the kid brother of Depeche Mode and The National.

Acidjack and I captured this performance with a pair of Schoeps Cardioid microphones and mixed it with an excellent soundboard feed provided by the house. We hope you enjoy this breakout performance and fantastic recording!

Stream “XCPR” from Glasslands:

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Stream “New Time” from Glasslands:

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Hoop Dreams - 2011-08-02 - Glasslands, Brooklyn, NY

Hoop Dreams
Glasslands
Brooklyn, NY, US
2011-08-02

Recordist : hi and lo
Source : Soundboard + Schoeps Mk5 (cardiod)>EAA PSP2 >> Tascam DR-680
Position : Center post, ORTF, 8ft up
Mastering : Wavelab 5 (Mixdown/EQ/Fades) > Flac Level 8 with TLH v2.6.0 (Build 168)

Tracklist:

01. Black Sunglasses
02. Choir
03. XCPR
04. Away Away
05. New Time
06. Under the Snow
07. Knife Fights
08. Home Alone
09. Was There Anything I Could Do? [The Go-Betweens]
10. Jumping Fences

Running Time: 36:45

If you enjoyed this recording from NYCTaper, PLEASE SUPPORT Hoop Dreams, visit their MySpace page, and purchase their single XCPR from Captured Tracks.

Pepper Rabbit: June 17, 2011 Knitting Factory (Northside Festival) – FLAC and MP3 Downloads + Streaming Songs

August 10, 2011
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Photo courtesy of Jessica Amaya @ Brooklyn Vegan
[photos courtesy of Jessica Amaya and Brooklyn Vegan]

L.A. band Pepper Rabbit, primarily a duo of Xander Singh and Luc Laurent, have a uniquely textured and melodic sound that we experienced first-hand during Friday night’s performance at the Kanine Records Showcase for Brooklyn’s Northside Festival. Considering the layered depth they are able to create in both the studio and in their the live performances, it’s easy to see why they’ve already achieved much critical acclaim and toured with major acts such as Ra Ra Riot, Passion Pit, and Givers (which we had the pleasure of capturing for a Backyard Brunch Session earlier this year).

This night’s performance was a mix of new and old with about half the songs coming from their debut album Beauregard and the other half coming from their newly released album Red Velvet Snow Ball. For this recording, I parked in our usual sweet spot and recorded the show with both Schoeps cardioid and hypercardioid microphones. Normally I wouldn’t choose to mix down all six channels, but thought it lent itself to a particularly good sound when mixed with the excellent soundboard feed provided the Knitting Factory’s sound engineer Rob. I hope you enjoy it!

Stream “Dance Card”:

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Pepper Rabbit
Northside Festival
Knitting Factory
New York, NY, US
2011-06-17

Recorded and released for nyctaper.com by hi and lo.

Recordist : hi and lo
Location : On stand right of sbd
Source : Soundboard + MK41/CMR > PSP-2 + MK5 > Nbox+ >> Tascam DR-680 24bit/96 kHz
Edit : WaveLab v5 (eq, dither, resampling)
Final Format : 16 bit, 44.1 kHz

Tracklist:

01. Harvest Moon
02. Older Brother
03. Murder Room
04. [banter]
05. Dance Card
06. The Annexation of Puerto Rico
07. None Shall Sleep

Running Time: 27:07

Please support Pepper Rabbit by visiting their their MySpace page and by purchasing their debut album and latest release, Red Velvet Snow Ball, on iTunes or from the Kanine Records Shop.

A huge thanks to Kanine Records and Pepper Rabbit for this amazing show!

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