Wild Nothing @ Elsewhere
Fresh off their new album Live From Brooklyn Steel, Wild Nothing celebrated it’s last day of touring rocking out with the Brooklyn crowd at Elsewhere.
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Beach House at Brooklyn Steel, NY
Beach House illuminates and soothes the crowds at Brooklyn Steel Crowd
Mirah and Secret Drum Band at Johnny Brenda’s
The glorious sounds of Mirah graced Johnny Brenda’s stage last Wednesday. With a diverse setlist that included a new song (“Energy”) and comments about an upcoming album, it was a great performance of the past and future. Secret Drum Band brought four drummers and a guitar player to weave some stunning environmental-themed percussive sounds to open the night.
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A Leading Light
A Sunday New Year Premiere- Wooter, “The World Spins For You and I”
A Song for Believers, Dreamers, and Lovers
Brett Castro “Picture Perfect”
The Shoes of Brett Castro
Sunday Premiere – Wooter with the new track “Door”
Sunday Premiere – Wooter “Too Much Choice”
Hear the profound passion from the depths of Wooter
Jungle at Elsewhere
After a three year absence, Jungle lit up Elsewhere with songs old and new. The sold out crowd danced to every beat and cheered after every song as if it was the last. The atmosphere was electric – perhaps the only people grinning bigger than the fans was the London band who seemed shocked to have the unrelenting and strong reception they received on that Saturday night.
Wooter “It Was There” – Sunday Premiere
Influencing ones state of mind
Thrice and Circa Survive at Terminal 5
Heavy and Powerful
Cut Copy at Terminal 5
Touring on Haiku from Zero, Cut Copy stopped by Terminal 5 on Black Friday. They always manage to put on the best dance parties and this was no exception – no better way to work off Thanksgiving Dinner.
Sunday Premiere – Wooter “Finger”
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