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Deervana: June 19, 2011 Brooklyn Bowl – Flac and MP3 Downloads + Streaming Song

June 22, 2011
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[photo by Abby Resko]

On the final night of the Northside Festival, less than 24 hours after Courtney Love showed up to watch Wavves, Deer Tick performed a faithful 45-minute set of Nirvana covers at the Brooklyn Bowl under the moniker “Deervana”. Sunday night was the third “official” Deervana show (after SXSW and Bonnaroo), and is rumored to be the final performance of this particular cover show. Although John McCauley was just nine years old when Kurt Cobain died in 1994, the Deer Tick leader has impressed us from the very beginning as an “old soul” with an intrinsic understanding of the nuances of influential music. In the case of Cobain, this would include performing his music with the irreverence of punk rock’s freedom while appreciating the deep pain and ultimate tragedy of its protagonist. In true Nirvana fashion, Deervana eschewed the “hits” and instead presented a set of the less recognizable but no less powerful numbers, including “In Bloom”, “Serve the Servants” and “Lithium” (streaming below). Throughout, the music was the centerpiece until the the very end of the set when all heck broke loose and Deervana crashed their Fender guitars with the most appropriate object in this particular venue — bowling balls.

This set was recorded by our friend Erik, who stepped up when the rest of the NYCTaper crew was otherwise occupied. He received a mono board feed directly into an Edirol digital recorder. Although lacking in true stereo sound, the clarity of this recording is exceptional, and under the circumstances, its a superb capture of this memorable gig. Enjoy!

Stream “Lithium”:

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Deervana
2011-06-19
Brooklyn Bowl
Brooklyn, NY

Deer Tick performs a complete Nirvana Set
Digital Master Soundboard Recording

Soundboard Mono Feed > Edirol R09 > 24bit 48kHz wav file > Soundforge (level adjustments, stereo imaging, downsample, set fades) > CDWave 1.95 (tracking) > Flac Frontend (level 7, align sector boundaries) > flac

Recorded by Erik B
Produced by nyctaper
2011-06-21

Setlist:
[Total Time 48:32]
01 School
02 In Bloom
03 Aneurysm
04 Blew
05 Lithium
06 [banter]
07 About a Girl
08 On a Plain [false start]
09 On a Plain
10 Been A Son
11 Serve The Servants
12 Molly’s Lips
13 Scentless Apprentice
14 Something in the Way
15 Curmudgeon

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Jeff Tweedy: December 4, 2010 Bowery Ballroom – Flac and MP3 Downloads + Streaming Song

December 8, 2010
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[photo courtesy of Mike at 50showsat50 blog]

Jeff Tweedy solo shows are a rare commodity in NYC. By Jeff’s account at Saturday night’s Bowery Ballroom show, he had not played solo in NYC since 2001, and never at Bowery. Despite that we have seen Wilco many times, the only other Jeff Tweedy solo performance we experienced was at the Mercury Lounge in 1997 (also recorded that night). That show thirteen years ago also happened to be the first time I ever heard “Via Chicago”, which would show up on Summerteeth two years later, and which would be reprised on Saturday night (streaming below). But those fans expecting that number and more of the Wilco catalog would learn quickly that this was not a Wilco concert — some of the louder and more obnoxious in the crowd never got that message. To the delight of the diehards, Tweedy worked through some fairly obscure back catalog, including “The Ruling Class”, “Country Disappeared” and “Chinese Apple” in consecutive slots mid-set. We were particularly happy that he delved briefly into the Uncle Tupelo catalog for “Wait Up”, which also reached back to that 1997 show. The opening set by John Stirratt and Pat Sansone’s band Autumn Defense offered the opportunity for a mini Wilco set, and in fact Tweedy’s bandmates joined for the first two encores.

I recorded this set with the four microphone rig on a high stand from the back rail of the soundboard. This was a challenging recording situation given the quiet music and the crowd noise. The post production consisted of an arduous amount of isolated crowd level reductions, and editing of some of the unfortunate intoxicated rowdiness around me. Overall, the finished product is not superb, but is certainly a pleasurable listening experience. Enjoy!

Many thanks to Steve from the Via Chicago forum for the last minute ticket!

Stream “Via Chicago”:

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Jeff Tweedy
2010-12-04
Bowery Ballroom
New York, NY USA

Four-Track Digital Master Recording
Recorded Behind Soundboard Booth

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

Recorded and Produced by nyctaper
2010-12-06

Setlist:
[Total Time 1:27:39]
01 Spiders (Kidsmoke)
02 I Am Trying to Break Your Heart
03 Muzzle of Bees
04 One Wing
05 Via Chicago
06 [banter]
07 Wait Up
08 Be Not So Fearful (Bill Fay)
09 [banter]
10 The Ruling Class
11 Country Disappeared
12 Chinese Apple
13 [banter]
14 When the Roses Bloom Again
15 [banter]
16 Magazine Called Sunset
17 Radio King
18 Hummingbird
19 [banter]
20 Jesus, etc.
21 You Are Not Alone
22 [encore break]
23 California Stars
24 I Got You
25 [second encore break]
26 A Shot in the Arm
27 [banter]
28 I’m the Man Who Loves You

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Oh Land: November 8, 2010 Brooklyn Bowl – FLAC and MP3 Downloads + Streaming Song

November 14, 2010
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[Photography by Eloy Anzola]

Take a look at the gorgeous photos above and below on this post, and you will know all that you need to know about the evolution of Oh Land since she hit the U.S. scene earlier this year.  When we last saw her full “electric” set at the FREEWilliamsburg Northside Showcase at Brooklyn Bowl this June, it was obvious that Nanna Øland Fabricius was a prized talent just coming into her own.  Her music is original but accessible; catchy and fun and welcoming to all comers, but quirky and organic in a way that ensures she won’t be lumped in with any high-gloss pop princesses.  I have seen three of her performances in total, including the “acoustic” set we recorded at the Backyard Brunch Sessions last month, and she has consistently proven herself as a musician, refining her arrangements (and in the case of the acoustic show, delivering entirely new ones) and giving sharp, entrancing vocal performances.  Nanna’s evolution from June is evident.  Now fully versed in how to use “the contraption” (the mysterious effects, keyboard and percussion box that accompanies her at all shows), and sporting a full-time drummer, her show now feels like a true performance, a celebration of her talent and a gift to her audience.  What rough edges there were are gone and her confidence is in full bloom; Fabricius is clearly ready for the next level.  Add to that the fact that she comes across as a humble, likable person onstage, and you can appreciate why she was able, on a very cold Tuesday night, to pack the inaugural “Brunch After Dark” show at Brooklyn Bowl.  “I love Brooklyn Bowl,” Nanna announced from the stage, and well she should.  She wears this venue well.

I recorded this set with a soundboard feed and the Schoeps microphones on a 12-foot stand directly in front of the soundboard.  The outstanding quality of the recording owes almost entirely to the Brooklyn Bowl staff’s impeccable house mix.   We greatly appreciate their efforts.

Oh Land has a record coming out next year, an EP out currently that features many of these songs, and a very special performance this Monday at Mercury Lounge with Steve Lewis & the Vagrants.

Stream “Sun of a Gun”:

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Direct download of MP3 files [HERE]

Download the Complete show in FLAC [HERE].

Oh Land
2010-11-08
Brooklyn Bowl
Brooklyn, NY USA

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

Equipment: Soundboard feed + Schoeps CMC641>Edirol R-44 (Oade concert mod) (24/48)
Position: At soundboard, slightly ROC, mics at 12ft
Mastering: 2×24bit/48kHz WAV>Audacity (EQ, mixdown, set fades, hard limit peaks, amplify and balance)>FLAC ( level 8 )

Tracks
01 Wolf and I
02 [unknown]
03 Sun of a Gun
04 banter
05 Lean On Me
06 White Nights
07 We Turn It Up

If you download this recording from NYCTaper, we expect that you will PLEASE SUPPORT Oh Land, visit their MySpace page, and purchase their 5-song EP, which is available at all major retailers, on iTunes and here.

Ted Leo and The Pharmacists: April 9, 2010 Irving Plaza – Flac and MP3 Downloads

April 10, 2010
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[photo by Alexis Maindrault – courtesy of The Music Slut]

Ted Leo has momentum. After two years of infrequent performances and no new releases, in December Ted played a powerful show at Bowery Ballroom that previewed many of the new songs that now appear on his outstanding new release Brutalist Bricks, released in March on Matador. The first tour in support of the album has been an unqualified success as each show features Ted’s unbridled energy, the tight backing of the Pharmacists, and Leo classics sprinkled liberally into a setlist heavy on the outstanding new material — 9 of the album’s 13 songs were played here. Last night at Irving Plaza was a homecoming of sorts, as Ted welcomed a large contingent of bridge and tunnel fans from New Jersey who came to support their Bloomfield boy. From the opening raging “The Mighty Sparrow” through the five-song encore segment, Ted never let go of the momentum and delivered one of the best performances we’ve seen this year.

We recorded this set with the four-microphone rig from the center of the floor and the sound quality is excellent. Enjoy!

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

Ted Leo and the Pharmacists
2010-04-09
Irving Plaza
New York, NY USA

Digital Audience Four-Track Master Recording
Recorded from Center of the Floor

Neumann KM-150s + DPA 4021s > 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
2010-04-10

Setlist:
[Total Time 1:32:38]
01 [introduction]
02 The Mighty Sparrow
03 Heart Problems
04 Mourning In America
05 Me and Mia
06 Under The Hedge
07 Where Have All The Rude Boys Gone
08 Even Heroes Have To Die
09 Ativan Eyes
10 The Stick
11 [banter]
12 The High Party
13 One Polaroid A Day
14 Counting Down The Hours
15 Where Was My Brain?
16 Little Dawn
17 Bottled In Cork
18 Colleen
19 [banter]
20 A Bottle Of Buckie
21 Gimme The Wire
22 Biomusicology
23 [encore break/banter]
24 Bleeding Powers
25 Fisherman’s Blues (The Waterboys)
26 Timorous Me
27 Parallel Or Together?
28 Angelfuck (The Misfits)

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Kittens Ablaze: October 22, 2009 Bruar Falls – Flac and MP3 Downloads

October 27, 2009
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[these amazing photos were taken for nyctaper by Kate Ehle — many more here]

We liked the Kittens Ablaze 2009 release The Monstrous Vanguard so much that we booked the band twice last Thursday. Kittens headlined the NYCTaper CMJ show at Bruar Falls, and also played the After The Jump showcase at Cake Shop later that evening. While the album is structured and melodic with a definite resemblance to early Death Cab, the live version of Kittens Ablaze is a completely different animal. While lead singer Tim Spellman is anchored to his drummer seat, the other five members of the band move boisterously about the stage in celebration of the music. What separates the band from their contemporaries — the interesting mix of violin, cello, synthesizer and guitars — also adds to the unique presentation of the live performance. Highlights of the show included the sing-along number “This Machine is Dying”, and the opening track on the album and perhaps the band’s strongest number “Gloom Doom Buttercups”.

We recorded this set with two microphones near the stage lip and a feed from the board. In a room of this small size some of the instruments were not sent through the system so there is a slight bit of unbalance to the recording. Otherwise, we are pleased with this capture. Enjoy!

Direct download of MP3 files (HERE)

Download the Complete show in FLAC [HERE].

Kittens Ablaze
2009-10-22
Bruar Falls
Brooklyn, 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, set fades) > CDWave 1.95 (tracking) > Flac Frontend (level 7, align sector boundaries) > flac

Recorded and Produced by nyctaper
2009-10-27

Setlist:
[Total Time 37:01]
01 Strobelight
02 This Machine is Dying
03 Gloom Doom Buttercups
04 Rabbit is a Livewire
05 Hotel Room
06 Evangeline
07 Branches (new song)
08 Wandering Song

If you email nyctaper for access to this recording, we expect that you will PLEASE SUPPORT Kittens Ablaze, visit their website, visit their MySpace page, and purchase The Monstrous Vanguard from the links at their website [HERE].

List of All Available nyctaper Recordings – 2008 Posts (Part 3)

January 18, 2009
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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]

Alphabetical List of All Available Recordings at NYCTAPER.COM
(Click on Title for location):
Posted in 2008, Part 3 (67 Recordings – 149 Total for 2008) (posted since July 31, 2008):

Antlers November 1, 2008 Loft Party
Atlas Sound October 2, 2008 Irving Plaza
Awesome Color September 7, 2008 East Village Radio Fest
Bearsuit October 13, 2008 Cake Shop
Best Friends Forever August 19, 2008 The Tank
Best Friends Forever August 22, 2008 Knitting Factory
Built to Spill September 26, 2008 Terminal 5
Butthole Surfers December 12, 2008 Warsaw
Crystal Stilts December 7, 2008 Bowery Ballroom
Deerhunter September 9, 2008 Le Poisson Rouge
Deerhunter November 7, 2008 Music Hall
Dinosaur Jr. September 26, 2008 Terminal 5
Drive-By Truckers November 6, 2008 Terminal 5
Evangelista August 28, 2008 Bowery Ballroom
Feelies September 20, 2008 Music Hall
Fiasco June 21, 2008 After the Jump Fest
Forms June 21, 2008 After The Jump Fest
Govt Mule December 28, 2008 Orensanz Center
High Places September 7, 2008 East Village Radio Fest
Hold Steady November 6, 2008 Terminal 5
Hot Buttered Rum November 19, 2008 Sullivan Hall
Hotel Lights August 19, 2008 Mercury Lounge
Hurray For The Riff Raff December 8, 2008 Pianos
Jeremy Messersmith November 22, 2008 Union Hall
John Oliver September 7, 2008 East Village Radio Fest
John Vanderslice October 18, 2008 92Y Tribeca
Kria Brekkan September 16, 2008 Messiah Church
Loom October 8, 2008 Glasslands
Loom November 21, 2008 Cake Shop
Love Is All October 10, 2008 Roseland
Love Is All October 15, 2008 Monster Island
Love Is All December 7, 2008 Bowery Ballroom
Matisyahu December 22, 2008 Webster Hall
Meat Puppets September 26, 2008 Terminal 5
Miles Benjamin Anthony Robinson October 8, 2008 Glasslands
moe. June 15, 2008 Governor’s Island
Monotract June 21, 2008 After The Jump
Mountain Goats November 8, 2008 Music Hall
Mountain Goats November 9, 2008 Webster Hall
Naked Hearts October 6, 2008 Mercury Lounge
Naked Hearts November 22, 2008 Union Hall
National August 4, 2008 Summerstage
O’Death December 5, 2008 Bowery Ballroom
Of Montreal October 10, 2008 Roseland
Of Montreal December 16, 2008 Music Hall
Oneida August 29, 2008 South Street Seaport
Oneida December 13, 2008 Knitting Factory
Oxford Collapse October 21, 2008 Cake Shop
Pylon December 15, 2008 Knitting Factory
Rafter November 21, 2008 Cake Shop
Robert Forster September 15, 2008 Joe’s Pub
Shannon McArdle August 19, 2008 Mercury Lounge
Sharon Van Etten August 3, 2008 Cake Shop
Sharon Van Etten October 23, 2008 Cake Shop
Sigur Ros September 17, 2008 United Palace Theatre
Sigur Ros September 18, 2008 United Palace Theatre
Starling Electric August 19, 2008 Mercury Lounge
Stereolab October 2, 2008 Irving Plaza
Teletextile December 2, 2008 Cake Shop
Treasure November 25, 2008 Glasslands
Vivian Girls September 7, 2008 East Village Radio Fest
Wilco August 13, 2008 McCarren Pool
Women October 22, 2008 Cake Shop
Xiu Xiu August 28, 2008 Bowery
Yo La Tengo December 23, 2008 Maxwells
Yo La Tengo December 24, 2008 Maxwells
Yo La Tengo December 27, 2008 Maxwells

Treasure November 25, 2008 Glasslands – Flac and MP3 Downloads

December 6, 2008
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Treasure is a fairly new trio from Brooklyn, although all three members are veterans of the local music scene — vocalist Amanda Tomme performed most recently with The Phenomenal Handclap Band, Caleb Lindskoog plays guitar with local rockers The Silver State, and Ryan Trott has played with the folk band Hologram. Treasure is built around the emotive and throaty vocals of Tomme, the full-bodied chord work of Lindskoog and tasteful and appropriate percussion by Trott. Each member compliments the others with grace, and as a result the songs are well balanced, richly melodic and melancholic without being gloomy. The new Treasure CD is called Tea Parties and is available in individually hand-painted 300 limited numbered copies.

We captured Treasure‘s outstanding recent live performance at Glasslands. The show was recorded from the video-projection desk in the front of the balcony and the sound quality is excellent. Amanda’s vocals were originally mixed low, but that deficiency was corrected quickly. Enjoy!

Treasure will perform three local shows in the next few weeks:
Dec 10 2008 Union Hall Brooklyn
Jan 07 2009 Zebulon Brooklyn
Jan 19 2009 Under St. Marks Told Reading Series NYC

Direct download of MP3 files [HERE]

Download the Complete show in FLAC [HERE].

Treasure
2008-11-25
Glasslands Gallery
Brooklyn, NY USA

Digital Master Recording
Recorded from Front of Board
Microphones on Video Station in Front of Balcony
15 Feet from Main PA Stacks

DPA 4021s > Edirol UA-5 (Oade Digimod) > digital coaxial > M-Audio Microtrack 24/96 > 24bit 48kHz wav > Soundforge 8.0 (level adjustments, downsample 16/44) > CD Wave > Flac Frontend (level 7, align sector boundaries) > flac

Recorded and Produced by nyctaper
2008-11-30

Setlist:
[total time 28:45]
01 We Were Hunted
02 White Wake
03 Shapeless
04 Arrowheads
05 Rainbow
06 In Hawaii
07 My Feather

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Kri­a Brekkan and Olof Arnalds Performed at Lutheran Messiah Church in Brooklyn Last Night

September 17, 2008
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It was almost exactly a year ago when we saw Kria Brekkan last perform a solo concert. That event also took place in a church — St. Mark’s in Manhattan — and featured as an opening act a young Icelandic folk singer performing for the first time in the United States. It was not until last night that we finally realized that young singer was in fact Olof Arnalds. In the year that followed, Olof Arnalds has seen her career bloom to the point where last night, she was the headliner.

However, while last year was a fairly relaxed event, last night’s concert was a strange affair. Kria spent much of her set fiddling with her effects box and actually prematurely ended two numbers as a result. When the scene did work for her, Kria played and sang beautifully.

It was during Olof when things turned strange. After some equipment difficulties, she began her set with a breathtaking acapella Icelandic ballad and proceeded on to several similarly wonderful numbers. At one point, a baby began to cry and when the song ended, Olof revealed that it was her eight-month old son who was crying. The child was brought to the stage and after some fairly awkward moments, eventually the child was placated and removed from the stage. The imbedded video above is quite dark, but it captured that moment. The balance of the show was a series of outstanding numbers with a guest violinist and three songs with Kria. The closing song, a cover of “Lucky Old Sun” was quite moving.

We recorded audio of both sets, except for the first three minutes of Kria’s set. The acoustics, equipment issues, and off-mic performances will make this a diffcult show to master but we expect to offer recordings of both sets in the near future. As a side note, I believe that there is a recording of Olof’s US debut in the nyctaper archives but I have to find it!

In the meantime, Kria set from St. Mark’s Church, September 9, 2007 is still available on nyctaper [HERE].

The Antlers – Download New Song + East Coast Tour Dates

August 26, 2008
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The Antlers continue to work on the anticipated new album Hospice, and today they have offered a completed new track for download [here]. “Two” is a phenomenal song that builds in intensity and features some of the best vocal work we’ve ever hear from Peter.

The first full tour from The Antlers was also announced today and features the following East Coast dates:
10/1/08: Talking Head BALTIMORE, MD
10/2/08: TBA PHILADELPHIA, PA
10/3/08: Garfield Artworks PITTSBURGH, PA
10/4/08: Tower 2012 CLEVELAND, OH w/ Dreadful Yawns, Good Touch Bad Touch
10/5/08: Cafe Bourbon St COLUMBUS, OH w/ Matt Bauer, Time & Temperature
10/6/08: The Cinemat BLOOMINGTON, IN
10/7/08: Northside Tavern CINCINNATI, OH
10/8/08: Skull Alley LOUISVILLE, KY
10/9/08: R3V3RB GREENVILLE, SC
10/10/08: Village Tavern CHARLESTON, SC
10/11/08: TBA CHAPEL HILL, NC
10/13/08: Velvet Lounge WASHINGTON DC
10/15/08: Clementine HARRISONBURG, VA w/ Pattern Is Movement

List of All Available nyctaper Recordings – 2008 Posts (Part 1)

June 13, 2008
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Alphabetical List of All Available Recordings at NYCTAPER.COM
(Click on Title for location):
Posted in 2008 (54 Recordings):

Antietam 2008-04-25 Southpaw
Antlers 2008-02-08 Pianos
Antlers 2008-05-11 Pianos
Avey Tare, Deakin and Kria Brekkan 2008-01-20 Glasslands
Awesome Color 2008-05-02 Glasslands
Big Dipper 2008-04-25 Southpaw
Bjorkestra 2008-02-25 Jazz Standard
Black Mountain 2008-02-23 Glasslands
Bon Iver 2008-02-23 Glasslands
Bridges and Powerlines 2008-05-11 Pianos
Bridges and Powerlines 2008-05-30 Cake Shop
British Sea Power 2008-05-10 Bowery Ballroom
British Sea Power 2008-05-19 Maxwell’s
Calvin Johnson 2008-02-17 Bowery Poetry Club
Chris Difford 2008-05-13 Maxwell’s
Dead Confederate 2008-05-29 Pianos
Death Cab For Cutie 2008-06-10 McCarren Pool
Deer Tick 2008-03-30 Mercury Lounge
Diggs 2008-03-28 Union Hall
Dirty on Purpose 2008-04-04 Mercury Lounge
Dirty on Purpose 2008-06-06 Rooftop Concert
Drive-By Truckers 2008-03-26 Terminal 5
Fever Marlene 2008-06-05 Pianos
Fiery Furnaces 2008-01-17 Maxwell’s
Fiery Furnaces 2008-04-26 Southpaw
Hot Buttered Rum 2008-04-18 Highline Ballroom
John Vanderslice 2008-03-30 Mercury Lounge
Kimya Dawson 2008-01-13 Southpaw
Kimya Dawson 2008-04-06 Webster Hall
Loom 2008-05-11 Pianos
Loom 2008-05-29 Pianos
Love Is All 2008-06-12 Cake Shop
Marco Benevento 2008-01-10 Sullivan Hall (sample)
Marco Benevento 2008-01-31 Sullivan Hall
Marco Benevento 2008-04-11 Sullivan Hall
Mission of Burma 2008-01-19 Music Hall of Williamsburg
moe. 2007-12-30 Irving Plaza
moe. 1997-10-30 Baltimore
Mountain Goats 2008-05-16 Masonic Temple
mum 2008-04-22 Gramercy Theatre
mum 2008-04-23 Masonic Temple
National 2008-02-22 BAM
Oakley Hall 2008-02-29 Knitting Factory
Oakley Hall 2008-03-15 Glasslands
Oneida 2008-02-29 Knitting Factory
Oneida 2008-03-22 Market Hotel
Pierce Turner 2008-03-16 Puck Fair
Rings 2008-01-20 Glasslands
Sharon Van Etten 2008-06-06 Pianos
Spanish Prisoners 2008-04-05 Union Hall
Tall Firs 2008-05-02 Glasslands
Tiny Masters of Today 2008-01-13 Southpaw
Was Not Was 2008-05-01 Gramercy Theatre
Whigs 2008-03-26 Terminal 5

One Recording was Removed at the Artist’s Request:
Natalie Merchant 2008-01-08 Hiro Ballroom

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