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ALBUM STREAM // Listen to Phosphorescent’s ‘Live at the Music Hall’ In Full On Pandora, Deezer, and Paste

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At the end of December 2013, Phosphorescent played a four-night stand at the Music Hall of Williamsburg in Brooklyn; and for four-nights running, blew the roof off the place. Matthew Houck, fronting his six-piece band, plus two auxiliary strings players deployed throughout the set, played for more than 10 hours total, all recorded and eventually edited down to the 19 tracks that appear on the new triple gatefold, three-album set, Phosphorescent, Live At The Music Hall. Stream the album in full via:

<< PANDORA >> (North America)
<< PASTE >> (North America)
<< DEEZER >> (UK + Ireland + Latin America)
<< CBC MUSIC >> (Canada)

Pre-order the new album via:
SC Distribution, iTunes, Amazon, and your local record store.

CITAY Live Session And Interview Featured On Pandora Internet Radio

You’ll be hard pressed to find a band compared to both Judas Priest and the Allman Brothers in the same breath. But leave it to the duo-lead guitars of Citay to garner such a disparate comparison from the folks at Pandora Internet Radio, speaking of a live session the band recently recorded for TheBayBridged.com’s monthly New, Improved, LIVE series. Listen HERE. A video from the session is below.

“Yes, we are in the middle of recording a new album. It’ll be done in the late summer and out in early 2010 on Dead Oceans. It’s a similar vibe, sort of. Definitely more upbeat, bigger, louder, but still the same themes — soaring guitars and vocals, groovy parts, long-form songs (for the most part) and a generally epic experience,” said Citay bandleader Ezra Feinburg in an accompanying interview HERE.

New, Improved, LIVE: Citay – “Little Kingdom” from The Bay Bridged on Vimeo.

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