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the reunited Oblivians played Knitting Factory (pics)

by Andrew Frisicano

“I was just on stage watching the oblivians destroy knitting factory. I think I can die happy now” – Tyler Trykowski

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The Oblivians reunited for a packed Scion Garage show at Knitting Factory on Thursday night. And though the guys, who split in ’98, get together every once in a while to play a show, it was reportedly the first Oblivians show in NYC in thirteen years, and was very welcome. The band traded instruments, and were joined for the encore by Reigning Sound/WFMU’s Dave Amels on keys.

The Oblivians play Friday (tonight) in Kearny, again with Andre Ethier. Look for Jack Yarber to return for a Southpaw show later in July.

More pictures from Knitting Factory are below…

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