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Last Saturday, January 12 saw Matt and Kim perform inside The Great Hall at Avant Gardner in Brooklyn, a free performance celebrating Blue Point Brewing Company’s new beer The IPA. We last caught Matt and Kim last April when they played Brooklyn Steel when touring in support of their 2018 album Almost Everyday.

Our photographer Nick Karp was at their performance last weekend and you can find all of his photos from their set posted in the gallery below, along with the setlist.

Matt and Kim setlist:

1. It’s Alright
2. Party Up (DMX cover)
3. Cameras
4. Hey Now
5. Get It
6. Now
7. Good Ol’ Fashion Nightmare
8. Please No More
9. Jump (Van Halen cover)
10. Like I Used to Be
11. Barbra Streisand (Duck Sauce cover)
12. Can You Blame Me
13. Daylight

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Photos by Omar Kasrawi

If you’re gonna be a rock ‘n’ roller you could do worse than being born on the same date as Elvis Aaron Presley and David Robert Jones. Actually, scratch that. You can’t do better than sharing a birthday with the King and the Starman. And on January 8th, music fans at the Mercury Lounge got to wish both of those legends and New York’s own Fiona Silver another wonderful trip around the sun.

Modern Whale


Starting out the night was Brooklyn based Modern Whale. The three-piece, fronted by “Robbie G” Guariglia, brought energetic rock sound that seemed to pick up the pace with each successive song. Guariglia comes with the requisite hair flips and shredding guitar and an imminently joyous vibe.

Crazy and the Brains

Switching gears from there, was the irreverent punk whiplash frenzy known as Crazy and the Brains. The New Jersey-based band features a disparate cast of characters capable of whipping the crowd into a piggyback induced frenzy and then get those same onlookers to volunteer some time on the xylophone (Yes, you heard right…the xylophone). Lead singer Chris Urban is a kinetic spark plug, covered in a fur that would probably dehydrate most, considering how much he bounds about the stage. Every member of the band brings forth an energy and intensity made to further fuel their rabid fan base. Whether it’s guitarist Ernest Young’s power stances, or Jeffrey Rubin wailing on the xylophone (yup, you heard that right…wailing on the xylophone), the whole band exhibits fun danceable vibe and that crowd seemed to wholeheartedly agree with.

Fiona Silver

Then it was the birthday artist’s turn to throw a party. Fiona Silver, accompanied by guitarist Guy, drummer Chris Geller, and bassist Steve Salerno (including vocal assists from the likes of producer Sonny Ratcliff) have got the style thing down in spades. They’ve also got the bluesy rock vibe down in even larger amounts. Silver, who spent a good part of last year touring North America with Gary Clark Jr., seems increasingly comfortable in letting her howl take over at times. There’s a joy evident in Silver’s performances, from her banter with her fans, to her wry smiles as a smoky rhythm pours forth from her and her band.

Find a full photo gallery from all three performances, posted below.

Modern Whale:

Dead Wrong - SoundCloud
(179 secs long, 8 plays)Play in SoundCloud

Crazy & the Brains:

Fiona Silver:

Here Comes The Fall - SoundCloud
(218 secs long, 682 plays)Play in SoundCloud

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On January 11th I began my concertgoing year with a performance from Rayland Baxter at Brooklyn Steel. The performance came in support of his wonderful third full-length album Wide Awake, which was released via ATO Records.



The show also featured an opening performance from labelmate Margaret Glaspy, who we caught last May at Le Poisson Rouge. Performing a mix of old songs with plenty of new songs that she was very excited to share with us. We hope to get to hear them on a new record soon because they all sounded absolutely delightful.

Last year we covered two of Rayland Baxter’s shows in support of Wide Awake, including a very intimate performance at Baby’s All Right in May and a slightly bigger performance at Bowery Ballroom in July. For me personally, this was my first time seeing Baxter headline (I did catch his opening set for Houndmouth at Terminal 5 in 2016 and his guest appearances at Newport Folk Festival back in 2017).

Baxter and his band tore through their set with confidence and smooth delicate ease that almost made it seem too easy. A good portion of the set included new material, such as highlights as “Hey Larocco” and “Amelia Baker,” along with a beautiful three-song solo section of the set that saw him run through pretty renditions of “Olivia,” “Dreamin” and “Bad Things.”

The biggest surprise of the night came during the encore when they ran through a diverse set of covers that started with the most surprising of all, Mac Miller’s “Come Back to Earth,” and concluded with Neil Young’s “Vampire Blues” and the Ramones’ “I Wanna Be Sedated.”

Margaret Glaspy:

Rayland Baxter:

Rayland Baxter setlist:

1. Strange American Dream
2. Mr. Rodriguez
3. Angeline
4. Sandra Monica
5. Everything to Me
6. Olivia (solo)
7. Dreamin (solo)
8. Bad Things (solo)
9. Freakin Me Out
10. Hey Larocco
11. Casanova
12. Amelia Baker

Encore:

13. Let It All Go, Man (solo)
14. Yellow Eyes
15. Come Back to Earth (Mac Miller cover)
16. Vampire Blues (Neil Young cover)
17. I Wanna Be Sedated (Ramones cover)

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A trial version of Microsoft Office comes free already installed on new Windows 10 PCs, but it will soon expire, leaving you with no option but to buy a full version. Macs also come with Apple’s own office suite, but this will also put you in trouble when most of your colleagues are windows users, hence it’s time to better off a fit for all machines office suite.

We’ve compiled a list of very best free office suites both downloadable and browser-based applications working online from any machine, so you can pick the one best suits you for cheap essay writing and other office tasks.

LibreOffice


Without a shadow of doubt LibreOffice is awesome, at some point, it will make you thinking why paying for any office software. It is flawlessly attuned with all the Microsoft office documents having all the features you will find in the latest MS Word, Excel and Powerpoint.

The suite contains six programs Writer, Calc, Impress, Draw, Math and Base which is pretty enough to address almost every need of the office task. Last three among previously mentioned are tools which never come free in many other free office suites. They are actually to draw vector diagrams, complex mathematical functions and create database respectively.

Base application is actually alternative to Microsoft Access and works efficiently.
LibreOffice is an open source project which is maintained by its community full of enthusiasm and working constantly to improve stability and bring more features to the public. LibreOffice also has a large number of free extensions and templates which make it even more comfortable and yes, it is free for business as well as home users.

Although LibreOffice is a fork of Apache OpenOffice and are very same here we selected LibreOffice due to its more frequent update schedule and an advanced interface. Its latest release of version 6 includes more interface customization options, better file import, and export facility, new online help pages and a huge array of new other features and fixes.

LibreOffice is fairly workable on Windows, Mac, and Linux, however, saying sorry to mobile users as there are no official mobile versions available except a document viewer for Android with some editing features, but we are not recommending this for mobile users to rely on.

  1. Google Docs, Sheets and Slides


If you are working in collaboration on any project and switching between multiple platforms like windows and mac, then we suggest you opt for Google Docs, Sheets and Slides ought to be your first call.

This suite will be a typical decision for those who are already deep into google or Android ecosystem. These three tools are not only available for all browser but it also accessible as mobile applications for both android and apple devices.

Compare to the LibreOffice (a desktop software) Google’s free office suite doesn’t offer the tools. There is not database tools as well as no pivot tables. However, a simple and easy to use layouts do all the necessary functions and all your data will be saved which can be synced automatically from any machine and any place. There is no need to worry about transfers and data backups.

The main issue with Docs, Sheets, and Slides is that opening documents created in other office applications is quite embarrassing and aren’t opened flawlessly.
Partly this is because Google’s office use web fonts, not the ones stored on your PCs and partly because Microsoft documents contain features which are not supported by Google.

  1. Microsoft Office Online


There is no big difference between Microsoft Office Online and desktop version. It looks and works very same although advance tools are not available such as pivot tables as Google Office. If you are a general user of MS Word, Excel and Powerpoint, Microsoft Office Online would be your best choice. Unlike Google free office, your documents created in Microsoft office will open perfectly keeping the original format. Your files will be saved in OneDrive which can be synced through any machine. Simply loginto your Microsoft account and you are ready to go.

It also has office online version for chrome and mobile application for Android and iOS devices.

  1. Polaris Office


Latest Samsung mobiles come with an already installed mobile version of Polaris Office if you are a Samsung user you might be familiar with. This multi-stage office software is available for Windows, macOS, iOS and Android devices while comes free for some Samsung devices. It offers simple easy to go interface with some basic customization options and compatible with all Microsoft document formats.

There is a good tip before installing particularly for windows not to accept others additional applications such as browser extension web advisor (for McAfee), research tool called premier Opinion and antivirus program. You must decline all of them.

Since Polaris office is a cloud-based application hence you need to login via facebook or google account else you can create a separate account for signing in. Your free Polaris account, by default, accompanies 60MB monthly data transfer and 1GB storage at could. If you run out of storage, you can connect Polaris to Dropbox, Box, Microsoft OneDrive, Amazon Cloud Drive and Google drive to save work locally to your device.

  1. Open365


Open365 is not just an office suite, something beyond. It is actually a full cloud desktop that brings all open source desktop software together into your browser. It includes components form LibreOffice suite Writer, Cal, and Impress. Also GIMP (Photoshopimage editor), Kontact (Linux email packages) and cloud storage by Seafile. With this complete packages one can do everything which can be done by those desktop versions, also every format is supported as they do in their desktop versions.

For mirroring your cloud storage to the hard drive and file transfer there is a desktop client which also need to run itself in the browser. Because it is full desktop software with complete packages, hence slow on loading and put extra stress on your machine.

  1. Zoho Workplace


Although Google Docs is one of the most widely used strong brand but Zoho’s online office suite is also great in its own right. It is very similar to the desktop office suite and successfully pulled in big organizations like BBC and Nike as their regular users.
Zoho’s latest version of word processor offers formatting sidebar which has changed the entire classic interface of the word. This sidebar is well presented and loaded with many tools to create professional documents. It also has sound presentation package and excellent spreadsheet along with.

Zoho also incorporates an incredible site creation tool, file management system and other collaborative tools. Some are on the oversimplified side, so they’ll likely not supplant anything you may already have, but would be an excellent choice if you are initiating a small business.

A trial version of Microsoft Office comes free already installed on new Windows 10 PCs, but it will soon expire, leaving you with no option but to buy a full version. Macs also come with Apple’s own office suite, but this will also put you in trouble when most of your colleagues are windows users, hence it’s time to better off a fit for all machines office suite.

We’ve compiled a list of very best free office suites both downloadable and browser based applications working online from any machine, so you can pick the one best suits you for cheap essay writing and other office tasks.

LibreOffice


Without a shadow of doubt LibreOffice is awesome, at some point, it will make you thinking why paying for any office software. It is flawlessly attuned with all the Microsoft office documents having all the features you will find in the latest MS Word, Excel and Powerpoint.

The suite contains six programs Writer, Calc, Impress, Draw, Math and Base which is pretty enough to address almost every need of the office task. Last three among previously mentioned are tools which never come free in many other free office suites. They are actually to draw vector diagrams, complex mathematical functions and create database respectively.

Base application is actually alternative to Microsoft Access and works efficiently.
LibreOffice is an open source project which is maintained by its community full of enthusiasm and working constantly to improve stability and bring more features to the public. LibreOffice also has a large number of free extensions and templates which make it even more comfortable and yes, it is free for business as well as home users.

Although LibreOffice is a fork of Apache OpenOffice and are very same here we selected LibreOffice due to its more frequent update schedule and an advanced interface. Its latest release of version 6 includes more interface customization options, better file import, and export facility, new online help pages and a huge array of new other features and fixes.

LibreOffice is fairly workable on Windows, Mac, and Linux, however, saying sorry to mobile users as there are no official mobile versions available except a document viewer for Android with some editing features, but we are not recommending this for mobile users to rely on.

  1. Google Docs, Sheets and Slides


If you are working in collaboration on any project and switching between multiple platforms like windows and mac, then we suggest you opt for Google Docs, Sheets and Slides ought to be your first call.

This suite will be a typical decision for those who are already deep into google or Android ecosystem. These three tools are not only available for all browser but it also accessible as mobile applications for both android and apple devices.

Compare to the LibreOffice (a desktop software) Google’s free office suite doesn’t offer the tools. There is not database tools as well as no pivot tables. However, a simple and easy to use layouts do all the necessary functions and all your data will be saved which can be synced automatically from any machine and any place. There is no need to worry about transfers and data backups.

The main issue with Docs, Sheets, and Slides is that opening documents created in other office applications is quite embarrassing and aren’t opened flawlessly.
Partly this is because Google’s office use web fonts, not the ones stored on your PCs and partly because Microsoft documents contain features which are not supported by Google.

  1. Microsoft Office Online


There is no big difference between Microsoft Office Online and desktop version. It looks and works very same although advance tools are not available such as pivot tables as Google Office. If you are a general user of MS Word, Excel and Powerpoint, Microsoft Office Online would be your best choice. Unlike Google free office, your documents created in Microsoft office will open perfectly keeping the original format. Your files will be saved in OneDrive which can be synced through any machine. Simply loginto your Microsoft account and you are ready to go.

It also has office online version for chrome and mobile application for Android and iOS devices.

  1. Polaris Office


Latest Samsung mobiles come with an already installed mobile version of Polaris Office if you are a Samsung user you might be familiar with. This multi-stage office software is available for Windows, macOS, iOS and Android devices while comes free for some Samsung devices. It offers simple easy to go interface with some basic customization options and compatible with all Microsoft document formats.

There is a good tip before installing particularly for windows not to accept others additional applications such as browser extension web advisor (for McAfee), research tool called premier Opinion and antivirus program. You must decline all of them.

Since Polaris office is a cloud-based application hence you need to login via facebook or google account else you can create a separate account for signing in. Your free Polaris account, by default, accompanies 60MB monthly data transfer and 1GB storage at could. If you run out of storage, you can connect Polaris to Dropbox, Box, Microsoft OneDrive, Amazon Cloud Drive and Google drive to save work locally to your device.

  1. Open365


Open365 is not just an office suite, something beyond. It is actually a full cloud desktop that brings all open source desktop software together into your browser. It includes components form LibreOffice suite Writer, Cal, and Impress. Also GIMP (Photoshopimage editor), Kontact (Linux email packages) and cloud storage by Seafile. With this complete packages one can do everything which can be done by those desktop versions, also every format is supported as they do in their desktop versions.

For mirroring your cloud storage to the hard drive and file transfer there is a desktop client which also need to run itself in the browser. Because it is full desktop software with complete packages, hence slow on loading and put extra stress on your machine.

  1. Zoho Workplace


Although Google Docs is one of the most widely used strong brand but Zoho’s online office suite is also great in its own right. It is very similar to the desktop office suite and successfully pulled in big organizations like BBC and Nike as their regular users.
Zoho’s latest version of word processor offers formatting sidebar which has changed the entire classic interface of the word. This sidebar is well presented and loaded with many tools to create professional documents. It also has sound presentation package and excellent spreadsheet along with.

Zoho also incorporates an incredible site creation tool, file management system and other collaborative tools. Some are on the oversimplified side, so they’ll likely not supplant anything you may already have, but would be an excellent choice if you are initiating a small business.

A trial version of Microsoft Office comes free already installed on new Windows 10 PCs, but it will soon expire, leaving you with no option but to buy a full version. Macs also come with Apple’s own office suite, but this will also put you in trouble when most of your colleagues are windows users, hence it’s time to better off a fit for all machines office suite.

We’ve compiled a list of very best free office suites both downloadable and browser based applications working online from any machine, so you can pick the one best suits you for cheap essay writing and other office tasks.

LibreOffice


Without a shadow of doubt LibreOffice is awesome, at some point, it will make you thinking why paying for any office software. It is flawlessly attuned with all the Microsoft office documents having all the features you will find in the latest MS Word, Excel and Powerpoint.

The suite contains six programs Writer, Calc, Impress, Draw, Math and Base which is pretty enough to address almost every need of the office task. Last three among previously mentioned are tools which never come free in many other free office suites. They are actually to draw vector diagrams, complex mathematical functions and create database respectively.

Base application is actually alternative to Microsoft Access and works efficiently.
LibreOffice is an open source project which is maintained by its community full of enthusiasm and working constantly to improve stability and bring more features to the public. LibreOffice also has a large number of free extensions and templates which make it even more comfortable and yes, it is free for business as well as home users.

Although LibreOffice is a fork of Apache OpenOffice and are very same here we selected LibreOffice due to its more frequent update schedule and an advanced interface. Its latest release of version 6 includes more interface customization options, better file import, and export facility, new online help pages and a huge array of new other features and fixes.

LibreOffice is fairly workable on Windows, Mac, and Linux, however, saying sorry to mobile users as there are no official mobile versions available except a document viewer for Android with some editing features, but we are not recommending this for mobile users to rely on.

  1. Google Docs, Sheets and Slides


If you are working in collaboration on any project and switching between multiple platforms like windows and mac, then we suggest you opt for Google Docs, Sheets and Slides ought to be your first call.

This suite will be a typical decision for those who are already deep into google or Android ecosystem. These three tools are not only available for all browser but it also accessible as mobile applications for both android and apple devices.

Compare to the LibreOffice (a desktop software) Google’s free office suite doesn’t offer the tools. There is not database tools as well as no pivot tables. However, a simple and easy to use layouts do all the necessary functions and all your data will be saved which can be synced automatically from any machine and any place. There is no need to worry about transfers and data backups.

The main issue with Docs, Sheets, and Slides is that opening documents created in other office applications is quite embarrassing and aren’t opened flawlessly.
Partly this is because Google’s office use web fonts, not the ones stored on your PCs and partly because Microsoft documents contain features which are not supported by Google.

  1. Microsoft Office Online


There is no big difference between Microsoft Office Online and desktop version. It looks and works very same although advance tools are not available such as pivot tables as Google Office. If you are a general user of MS Word, Excel and Powerpoint, Microsoft Office Online would be your best choice. Unlike Google free office, your documents created in Microsoft office will open perfectly keeping the original format. Your files will be saved in OneDrive which can be synced through any machine. Simply loginto your Microsoft account and you are ready to go.

It also has office online version for chrome and mobile application for Android and iOS devices.

  1. Polaris Office


Latest Samsung mobiles come with an already installed mobile version of Polaris Office if you are a Samsung user you might be familiar with. This multi-stage office software is available for Windows, macOS, iOS and Android devices while comes free for some Samsung devices. It offers simple easy to go interface with some basic customization options and compatible with all Microsoft document formats.

There is a good tip before installing particularly for windows not to accept others additional applications such as browser extension web advisor (for McAfee), research tool called premier Opinion and antivirus program. You must decline all of them.

Since Polaris office is a cloud-based application hence you need to login via facebook or google account else you can create a separate account for signing in. Your free Polaris account, by default, accompanies 60MB monthly data transfer and 1GB storage at could. If you run out of storage, you can connect Polaris to Dropbox, Box, Microsoft OneDrive, Amazon Cloud Drive and Google drive to save work locally to your device.

  1. Open365


Open365 is not just an office suite, something beyond. It is actually a full cloud desktop that brings all open source desktop software together into your browser. It includes components form LibreOffice suite Writer, Cal, and Impress. Also GIMP (Photoshopimage editor), Kontact (Linux email packages) and cloud storage by Seafile. With this complete packages one can do everything which can be done by those desktop versions, also every format is supported as they do in their desktop versions.

For mirroring your cloud storage to the hard drive and file transfer there is a desktop client which also need to run itself in the browser. Because it is full desktop software with complete packages, hence slow on loading and put extra stress on your machine.

  1. Zoho Workplace


Although Google Docs is one of the most widely used strong brand but Zoho’s online office suite is also great in its own right. It is very similar to the desktop office suite and successfully pulled in big organizations like BBC and Nike as their regular users.
Zoho’s latest version of word processor offers formatting sidebar which has changed the entire classic interface of the word. This sidebar is well presented and loaded with many tools to create professional documents. It also has sound presentation package and excellent spreadsheet along with.

Zoho also incorporates an incredible site..

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Danish pop singer is on tour in support of her album Forever Neverland, released last October via Columbia Records.

will return to New York this Saturday night for a performance at Hammerstein Ballroom, her biggest headlining performance here to date – certainly much bigger than when we saw her play Elsewhere back in September.

You can still find some tickets for the show for sale here and enjoy her performance of “Blur” on Jimmy Fallon the other night, which you can watch below.

MØ: Blur - YouTube

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Athens, Georgia’s Pylon Reenactment Society returned with a new 7″. On January 5 the band returned to New York for a performance at Market Hotel, along with opening performances by THICK and KAG (of Priests).

Our photographer Taryn Alper was there to capture shots from all three performances, all of which you can find posted in the photo gallery below.

KAG:

THICK:

Pylon Reenactment Society:

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The Killers’ Dave Keuning, is preparing for the release of his debut solo album (as Keuning) Prismism on January 25, 2019. Back in November, we got to hear Keuning play some of the new songs for the first time at Mercury Lounge, including some of the previously released singles that we’ve already shared: “Prismism,” “Restless Legs” and “Boat Accident.”

Today we return with the fourth release, the ballad-like “The Queen’s Finest.” It takes a simple approach but that’s part of the charm which makes it a warm and welcoming listen.

Enjoy the official music video for the song below, which was directed by Russell Sheaffer.

Keuning - The Queen's Finest - YouTube

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Ten Fé will release their sophomore album Future Perfect, Present Tense on 8 March 2019 via Some Kinda Love/PIAS.

We previously shared the album’s lead single “No Night Lasts Forever” and return today with the lush second single “Coasting.” It has this easy breezy nature to it that definitely makes the title of “Coasting” quite fitting.

Enjoy a listen to the track below.

Coasting - SoundCloud
(260 secs long, 4025 plays)Play in SoundCloud

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Walden is a four-piece band that hails from The Netherlands that received got some buzz after some strong live performances and they have started out 2019 strong with the release of their debut single “Friends Are OK.”

The track has an immediate and confident feeling to it with some far-reaching moments of fuzzy guitar rock bliss and a pretty confident sound from a fairly new band.

Take a listen below with the official music video that they made for the single, directed by Max Westendorp.

Walden - Friends Are OK (Official Music Video) - YouTube

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Simen Mitlid is singer-songwriter who hails from the lush woods of Os, Norway. In 2017 he released his debut album Everything Is The Same, and has his sights set for his sophomore follow-up to come out sometime this year.

He’s given us the first taste of the new album with the lovely folk-inspired single “Saturdays.” It has a natural, timeless appeal and sincerity to it that doesn’t take long to win you over.

Enjoy a listen to “Saturdays” below.

Saturdays - SoundCloud
(209 secs long, 816 plays)Play in SoundCloud

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