December 30, 2010

Phish MSG Setlist: Night One

Fresh off a two-night stand in Worcester, Phish pulls in to Madison Square Garden in NYC for the quartet’s 17th – 19th performances at the “World’s Most Famous Arena” tonight, tomorrow and on New Year’s Day.

[Limited Edition Subway Tokens via Phish Facebook]

Follow @YEMblog for live commentary from the show thanks to Josh Korin. If you don’t have tickets, you can stream the show live thanks to Phish’s official Pay-Per-ViewREAD ON for tonight’s setlist…

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The B List: Top 6 Of The Last 6

As we continue to do some more end of the year house cleaning around HT’s home office to get it all tidied up for 2011, I figured it was about time to continue with a tradition around these parts by taking a look at my favorite six albums of the last half of the year with the Top 6 Of The Last 6…

6) JunipFields

Prior to his success as a solo artist, José González fronted the indie-rock band Junip in the late ’90s in his native country of Sweden. The short-lived group released a lone 4-song EP, before going their separate ways, mostly in part because of their label’s interest in González’s own material. The singer-songwriter regrouped with his off-again, on-again band mates deciding to record their long in the works full-length debut. The album features González’s familiar Nick Drake drenched in reverb vocals backed by a hypnotic mix of psychedelic folk-rock that draws its influences from jazz, electronica and Indian ragga-style rhythms.

READ ON for the rest of my Top 6 Of The Last Six…

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Video: STS9 – Shakedown Street

STS9 isn’t a band known for playing covers, so you can imagine fans excitement at The Fillmore in Denver when the group opened up its New Year’s Run with an

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Last Night’s Action: Some Cat [Kraz] / UM [Peg Button Pushed] / tDB [Sammy!]

Today and tomorrow will be slow days on Hidden Track as the staff gears up for various New Year’s Eve shows around the country. We did want to hip you to some of last night’s action. At Sullivan Hall here in NYC, Hendrix tribute act Some Cat From Japan tore it up along with special guest Eric Krasno. Robert Chapman was on hand and snapped a few shots of the action. Here’s one and we’ll have a full gallery after the jump…

[All photos by Rob Chapman]

Umphrey’s McGee kicked off a three-night, hometown New Year’s Run at the Riv in Chicago and debuted a cover of Steely Dan’s Peg in the second set. Check out last night’s setlist…

Set One: Bridgeless > Conduit (jo), Utopian > Search 4, Push The Pig > Hollywood Nights

Set Two: Much Obliged > Bridgeless, Bad Poker, Tribute > Made 2 Measure > 2nd Self, Peg*, Triple Wide > Ocean Billy

Encore: Hurt Bird Bath

* – First Time Played [Steely Dan]

[via @SoundCaresser]

READ ON for the Disco Biscuits setlist and more pics…

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