Port St. Willow - Mercury Lounge 2.22.13

Port St. Willow released one of the best albums of 2012 with Amawalk, which somehow lacked the universal praise of all music publications out there. Their a band that create a powerful sound that is unlike anyone else out there. I really fell in love with their music after seeing them twice at CMJ, and haven’t looked back since.

They played their first show in a while last night at the Mercury Lounge to a quiet but attentive crowd. Everyone in the room was in awe just admiring the way that they ease in and out of each track of their well composed set which seemed like one collective whole rather than a set of songs. The band took almost no breaks, letting each song breathe into the next, creating a powerful spiritual experience.

They are able to totally re-create their songs in the live setting without just copying them from the record, but they don’t loose anything either. You get a complete package from them, and it’s something to behold live.

Openers Salt Cathedral were a pretty entertaining opening act. The easiest way to describe them is as female-fronted version of Foals. Very

Chapell August 17 at Rockwood 8pm

Chapell - Rockwood
BMG Music Presents Chapell is celebrating - having recently signed to Fieldhouse / BMG music. Debut album "The Redhead's Allegations" produced by Talking Heads' Jerry Harrison. Last NYC performance in 2016 prior to national tour with a huge iconic band (its still a secret) Come to Rockwood Music Hall on August 17 @8pm




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