Homeshake playing two shows at Market Hotel (which opens soon)
Market Hotel reopening in November (initial show schedule)
Among the first new shows announced: Royal Trux, Titus Andronicus, Pile, The World is a Beautiful Place & I am No Longer Afraid to Die, Black Marble, Speedy Ortiz, and more.
AdHoc left Webster Hall, booking Knockdown Center, Villain, Irving, Warsaw & much more
Talent buyer Alex Rossiter left Webster Hall to work at AdHoc, where he's focusing exclusively on bigger clubs. Ric also no longer works at Webster Hall (which was just sold).
Mitski guesting on ‘Colbert’ & Joe’s Pub’s ‘Employee of the Month’ this week ++ Market Hot…
On Halloween, Mitski will begin a tour that has Fear of Men and Weaves opening most dates. First, she has two NYC events this week.
Market Hotel reprimanded for ‘warehousing alcohol’, issues statement (UPDATED)
Todd P also gave us his own statement, and meanwhile all Market Hotel shows are moving to other venues while they wait for a proper liquor license.
Market Hotel “relocating all shows for now” while it awaits liquor license
The venue is moving all its shows while it awaits its full liquor license, including Cloud Nothings, SALES, and more
Titus Andronicus and Merchandise shows at Market Hotel this weekend moving to new venues
The venue is moving shows while they await their full liquor license, including Titus Andronicus, Merchandise, Cloud Nothings, and more.
Cloud Nothings returning to Market Hotel in October
It's been a minute since Cloud Nothings played NYC, but that will change when they return here in October to play Market Hotel, where they played their first show ever.
Honduras prep for Market Hotel show in ‘Road to Made In America’ video (watch)
Spend the day with Honduras, as the Brooklyn band prep for a show at Market Hotel, talking about the inspiration for their name, a little taco time and more. They'll play the second day of Philly's Made in America festival on the Tidal stage.
Whitney released debut LP, played Other Music, have 3 more NYC shows this weekend
Whitney played their debut album in full at OM and covered Dylan, too. Baby's All Right, Market Hotel, and Governors Ball still to come.