The Districts may be from Philadelphia, but the young rock group can always count on New York City to treat them as one of their own. Their shows here always bring the best out of the notoriously tough New York audience, bringing a collection of young fans together who passionately sing back every one of the bands words in dramatic fashion.

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On August 25 Sam Beam released his latest Iron & Wine album Beast Epic via Sub Pop. The show served both as an intimate preview of the new record and as a benefit, with all proceeds form the show going to benefit causes to help people living with HIV/AIDS.

While Beam did share quite a few The 13-song set featured some selections off the new record but also featured old favorites and crowd requests that he graciously obliged. There were a few moments where Beam forgot the word and got some help from audience members who helped him fill in the blanks, giving the show a lighthearted and loose feel that was a joy to witness in the always unique setting of the Housing Works Bookstore.

Find photos from the performance posted below, along with the setlist.

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Roja Music – “Company”

By Will Oliver, September 23rd 2017 Listen Stream

Roja Music is a indie-rock mariachi group hailing from Liverpool, UK. They combine elements of mariachi style and give a more traditional indie-rock sound a new sense of life with these unique flavors.

Take a listen to the joyful single “Company” which is bursting out with a lot of flavor and life, combining two different worlds to create a unique and powerful sound that is always exciting.

Stream “Company” below and for more on their band head to their soundcloud page.

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All photos by Bryan Lasky

After an epic day 1 and day 2 at Outside Lands 2017, day 3 closed down in equally epic fashion with a headlining performance from all-time greats The Who, new pop sensation Lorde, a surprise pop-up set from Big Boi, as well as sets from the likes of Young The Giant, Bleachers, Maggie Rogers and Jacob Banks.

Our photographer Bryan Lasky captured all the action for us, find his shots posted in the gallery below.

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All photos by Bryan Lasky

After a successful first day of Outside Lands our photographer Bryan Lasky continued his west coast journey at the expansive festival.

He caught performances from headliners and metal greats Metallica, festival mainstays Cage The Elephant, S U R V I V E, the electronic outfit behind the sounds of Stranger Things, and many other great artists throughout the packed day.

Find Bryan’s full gallery from day 2 of Outside Lands posted below and stay tuned for coverage of Day 3.

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All photos by Bryan Lasky

This year marked Outside Lands 10th anniversary and what better way to celebrate than another electric lineup featuring a wide variety of artists both big and small across every genre imaginable.

Our photographer Bryan Lasky flew out west to cover the festival for us, and caught some memorable performances from the likes of Gorillaz, Little Dragon, Sleigh Bells, Noname, Grace Mitchell, Dr. Octagon, Hundred Waters and more, including some crowd and atmosphere shots from the festival grounds.

Find all of Bryan’s shots from day 1 of the festival posted in the gallery posted below, and stay tuned for photos from the rest of the weekend coming right up.
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Whitney, who are still riding high off their well-received debut album Light Upon the Lake (released via Secretly Canadian) have still been touring non-stop throughout 2017, even releasing a new 7″ of covers (Lion’s “You’ve Got A Woman” / Dolly Parton’s “As Slow As I Can”) and it seems like their sophomore LP is looming just around the corner.

On August 11 they returned to New York for a free performance at Prospect Park as one of the final shows this summer of the BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival. The great triple bill also featured opening performances from both Weyes Blood and Moses Sumney.

Whitney fought off the rainy weather with a delightful set of their summer-themed jams, including a rare performance of title track “Light Upon the Lake” as well as cover of Lion’s “You’ve Got A Woman,” along with Neil Young’s “On The Way Home” and NRBQ’s “Magnet.” They also offered us a glimpse of the future in the form of a delightful new song entitled “Rolling Blackout.”

Find photos of all three acts, along with their respective setlists, posted below.

Weyes Blood:

Weyes Blood Setlist:

1. Seven Words
2. Generation Why
3. Used to Be
4. Be Free
5. Do You Need My Love
6. Diary
7. Vitamin C (Can Cover)

Moses Sumney:

Moses Sumney Setlist:

1. Incantation
2. Worth It
3. Indulge Me
4. Plastic
5. Quarrel
6. Come To Me (Björk Cover)
7. Lonely World
8. Doomed


Francoise – “Parasol”

By Will Oliver, September 11th 2017 Indie Listen Stream

Hailing from Montreal, Françoise channel old school dreamy French vibes that turn into something of a retro sunny delight. Take their single “Parasol” off their EP Summer Love, a delightful mix of the Allah-Las fronted by Françoise Hardy. It sounds old, new, and timeless somehow all at once.

Stream “Parasol” via the stream or music video below and find the full EP over at their bandcamp.

Last month Dave Chappelle ran through an impressive sold out 16-show run at Radio City Music Hall with a variety of special guests from the worlds of both comedy and music.

On August 10 Chappelle took a quick break from the comedy to throw a free party at House Of Vans in celebration of both the Radio City residency and his 30th year in comedy.

The party featured a few appearances from Chappelle who introduced the event and hung around to dance and interact with the crowd (and pass his blunt to some fans in the front row) and also featured DJ sets from Stretch Armstrong, D-Nice, DJ Trauma, as well as appearances by Donnell Rawlings and Game Of Thrones star Nathalie Emmanuel.

Find some photos from the party posted below.

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Oblik Lines is a French composer and sound designer involved in various music project, one of which is the creation of some ambient electronic music.

This summer Oblik Lines released Call, their first EP, full of songs of introspection and electronic musings, such as the colorful atmosphere of “Ghost On The Tape,” which takes your senses on an unforgettable journey through it’s never lagging four-minute runtime.

Take a listen to the track posted below and head to their soundcloud page for more.

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