'Sleep Well Beast' finds The National at their most depressing, and makes some of the most radical changes to their post-'Alligator' sound, introducing synths, electronic drums, guitar solos, and more.
The NYC-area shows had three members of The National (including Aaron Dessner, who had to sit out the other tour dates), Josh Kaufman, Conrad Doucette, Dawn Landes' band The Bandanda Splits, Sam Cohen, and more.
While Bob Weir has been busy with Dead and Company lately, the Grateful Dead member has just announced a new album and tour that may be more interesting to indie rock fans (and people who don't like John Mayer)...
New Brooklyn bar Sycamore (1118 Cortelyou Rd) has begun booking shows. So far, there have been two gigs at the venue which is one of the only spaces for live music in Brooklyn's Ditmas Park neighborhood that is also home to Solo (formerly Cornerstone) and the troubledVox Pop...
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