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Joyce Manor Brings Their All At Music Hall of Williamsburg

With the release of their album “Cody” via Epitaph Records, California punk quartet Joyce Manor brought their tour with The Hotelier and Crying to its midway point at Brooklyn’s Music Hall of Williamsburg. 442 more words

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LUNCH P-ORRIDGE: Psychic TV / Retrovirus 9/16/2016

Genesis Breyer P-Orridge’s Psychic TV & Lydia Lunch’s Retrovirus performed in Brooklyn at the Music Hall of Williamsburg on 9/16/2016.

Lydia Lunch’s Retrovirus

RETROVIRUS, featuring guitarist Weasel Walter (The Flying Luttenbachers, etc.), bassist Algis Kizys (Swans, Foetus) and drummer Bob Bert (Sonic Youth, Pussy Galore, Chrome Cranks), vocals Lydia Lunch. 33 more words

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The Burden of Being Human: Shovels and Rope Get Personal on 'Little Seeds'

The rustic duo known as Shovels and Rope have always reveled in murder ballads. Blood runs free in odes they’ve penned to unrepentant killers, vengeful spouses and mad arsonists. 1,325 more words

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Cloud Nothings Playing Market Hotel

It’s been quite awhile since Cloud Nothings played NYC , even longer since Dylan Baldi and co. dropped their last full LP “Here and Nowhere Else.” 57 more words

Concert Reviews

Music Hall of Williamsburg

66 N 6th St
Brooklyn, NY 11211
718-486-5400
Hours: Music times vary
Subway: L to Bedford
musichallofwilliamsburg.com

Written by: Rachel Antonio

In 2007, the former North 6 music venue followed in the footsteps of its surrounding neighbors and experienced a major transition. 267 more words

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Moon Hooch at Music Hall of Williamsburg Review

Who knew you could make such good dance music with saxophones? Brookyln’s own Moon Hooch came home Thursday, August 25 with an energizing show at the Music Hall of Williamsburg. 679 more words

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Gallant Sings Raw R&B as an Outsider, But Music This Powerful Is Universal

Earlier this year, the singer-songwriter Gallant dropped his debut album, Ology, to critical acclaim. Listen to a single like “Open Up” once and it’s not difficult to figure out why. 1,874 more words

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