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The Division of Arts & Humanities at New York University Abu Dhabi (NYUAD) seeks to appoint a Recording Studio Supervisor and Instructor of Music Technology. This position oversees all facets of the Recording Studio at NYUAD and more broadly assists in maintaining all music production facilities and supports the delivery of the curriculum as part of the academic support team for music. Availability on evenings and weekends may sometimes be required.
The Recording Studio at NYUAD’s Arts Center comprises 8 rooms including a live room, ISO Booth, ADR, Foley, machine room, and two control rooms operated as Studio A and Studio B but fully integrated. The three performance halls at the Arts Center have routing capabilities to the Recording Studio through Dante. In addition, the building currently houses six additional recording, mix & edit suites and a Multi-Purpose Performance Studio that features a state of the art multi channel diffusion system. All these spaces are used primarily to support the curriculum at NYUAD, faculty projects, and occasional collaborations with guest artists and/or third party entities through the university’s social impact program.
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Established in partnership between New York University (NYU) and the emirate of Abu Dhabi, over the last decade, NYUAD has assembled a remarkable community of scholars, students, researchers, artists, inventors, and others who have contributed to the growth of the UAE’s capital as a global hub of knowledge and culture while establishing a new model of higher education for today’s complex world.
NYUAD is animated by inspiring and diverse faculty, students, and staff working together in an exciting and dynamic city. As an international center of excellence in teaching and research, our goal is to attract outstanding faculty who are leaders in their fields, encouraging them to create programs that draw outstanding students and provide an intellectually rich environment.
NYUAD students come from more than 126 countries, with no single nationality exceeding more than 15 percent of the total student population. Likewise, our over 320 faculty members represent more than 45 nationalities and bring a global perspective to their classrooms and research projects. NYUAD is committed to building and strengthening a university-wide culture of inclusion, diversity, belonging and equity (IDBE), which is fundamental to the University’s commitment to excellence. Visit our website for more information on NYUAD’s commitment to IDBE and how these values are fundamental to our mission.
Students are drawn from among the world’s best. They are bright, intellectually passionate, and committed to building a campus environment anchored in mutual respect, understanding, and care. The NYUAD undergraduate student body has garnered an impressive record of scholarships, graduate-school admissions, and other global honors. Graduate education is an area of growth for the University; the current graduate student population of over 100 students is expected to expand in the next decade as we develop new graduate programs.
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To help Academic Staff thrive, we offer a comprehensive benefits package. This starts with a relocation allowance to ensure a smooth transition to Abu Dhabi. It includes a competitive salary; furnished accommodation provided; educational assistance for your dependents attending school in the UAE; and access to health and wellness services. Click here for more information on benefits for you and your family.
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We will begin reviewing applications immediately and we anticipate that successful candidates can start the appointment and relocate to Abu Dhabi in Fall 2023. 
NYUAD is an equal-opportunity employer. We encourage applications from candidates who will enrich and contribute to the cultural and ethnic diversity of our University, including women, under-represented minorities, and UAE nationals.
For questions about this position, please email nyuad.artsandhumanities.positions@nyu.edu.
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Record Exchange owner ready to play new tune; store to open Feb. 4 – Frederick News Post

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After the Record Exchange was damaged by a building fire last August, owner Sam Lock, shown, has been getting the shop’s new location at 410 N. Market St. ready to open in early February. Lock has glued nearly 1,000 records to the floor and covered them with epoxy.
After the Record Exchange was damaged by a building fire last August, owner Sam Lock, shown, has been getting the shop’s new location at 410 N. Market St. ready to open in early February.
After the Record Exchange was damaged by a building fire last August, owner Sam Lock has been getting the shop’s new location at 410 N. Market St. ready to open in early February.
After the Record Exchange was damaged by a building fire last August, owner Sam Lock, shown, has been getting the shop’s new location at 410 N. Market St. ready to open in early February. Lock has glued nearly 1,000 records to the floor and covered them with epoxy.

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After the Record Exchange was damaged by a building fire last August, owner Sam Lock, shown, has been getting the shop’s new location at 410 N. Market St. ready to open in early February. Lock has glued nearly 1,000 records to the floor and covered them with epoxy.
After the Record Exchange was damaged by a building fire last August, owner Sam Lock, shown, has been getting the shop’s new location at 410 N. Market St. ready to open in early February. Lock has glued nearly 1,000 records to the floor and covered them with epoxy.
After the Record Exchange was damaged by a building fire last August, owner Sam Lock, shown, has been getting the shop’s new location at 410 N. Market St. ready to open in early February. Lock has glued nearly 1,000 records to the floor and covered them with epoxy.
After the Record Exchange was damaged by a building fire last August, owner Sam Lock, shown, has been getting the shop’s new location at 410 N. Market St. ready to open in early February.
After the Record Exchange was damaged by a building fire last August, owner Sam Lock has been getting the shop’s new location at 410 N. Market St. ready to open in early February.
After the Record Exchange was damaged by a building fire last August, owner Sam Lock, shown, has been getting the shop’s new location at 410 N. Market St. ready to open in early February. Lock has glued nearly 1,000 records to the floor and covered them with epoxy.
When the Record Exchange was damaged during a fire in August, owner Sam Lock said, he was ready to work at Home Depot.
“I was like,‘You got to pay the mortgage in six days,’’’ he said. “’What are you going to do?’”
But the Frederick community rallied behind him. Overnight, the GoFundMe page he started racked up $15,000, he said.
With that money, Lock could rent out a new storefront at 410 N. Market St. He’s been fixing it up since September 2022. He said the new Record Exchange is scheduled to open Feb. 4, coinciding with the Fire in Ice First Saturday event.
“There’s been so many kind gestures from every angle,” he said. “I couldn’t have done it without any of them.”
On Aug. 24, 2022, a fire tore through a building in downtown Frederick, damaging apartments, the Record Exchange and Tiara Day, a store at the corner of North Market and West Second streets.
The damage in the Record Exchange was not from fire, but from water that seeped through the ceiling and poured into the store. There wasn’t just water, but also detritus from the 100-year-old building coming down, creating a sludge, Lock said.
Lock said a firefighter at the scene, who was a Record Exchange customer, tried to cover the vinyl records with a tarp, but the store still lost 80% of its 6,000 to 7,000 records.
Lock had to start from scratch.
He is trying to make the new space look like the old space, which was at 151 N. Market St. Though the new space is smaller — 1,400 square feet versus 1,800 square feet — Lock said he likes how wide the new place is.
Customers will recognize the red walls and the same square ceiling pattern. There are only one or two pieces from the original store, like the metal rotating display stand and a couple of shelves.
But there are also new touches. The floor is made up of vinyl records covered in a layer of epoxy.
He plans to have a stage for DJ’s and bands to play on for meet and greets, album releases and general events. He wants to showcase local art in the new store.
“I’ve got to give them what they paid for, you know, so gotta give them something that they’re proud of,” he said. “That’s why I put more effort into this store.”
Lock said he’s mostly excited to open back up, but there are still days where he wakes up and mourns the old store. He wonders about what else he forgot that was in there, or what couldn’t be salvaged.
“There were $200 to $300 original show posters from the ’60s, you know, and I remember trying to get them out of the cardboard tube and they just disintegrated,” he said.
While working on fixing up the new location, Lock and a longtime employee, Zach Willems, have taken time to appreciate the vinyl. They’ll pick a record and play it all the way through, front and back, while they work, he said.
“I couldn’t have done it without him. He’s been my rock,” Lock said. “So me and him both are excited to start getting paychecks again.”
As a record store owner, Lock said, he’s seen a lot more younger people buy vinyl, which he loves.
He said a record is a snapshot of time, and playing a record is like a ritual. His ritual takes place every time he does the dishes.
He takes the vinyl out of the casing, puts it on the record player, places the needle down, and listens to the music while he scrubs as the familiar pops and crackles announce themselves at the same point on the vinyl each time.
When a child comes in and gets excited over a Jimi Hendrix album because it’s what his father shows him, Lock sees that appreciation and ritual moving through time.
“It’s good to see that, you know, wave of time from one generation to another,” he said.
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Seth, this looks great, such a fast turnaround, congratulations!

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Love the floor! What a great idea. Good luck on the re-opening!

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Singer-songwriter Mea shows how to quickly set up the Yamaha AG03MK2 LSPK bundle for recording and streaming at home
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Recording your music at home for the first time can be confusing, especially if you’re not clued up on the gear you need. You have to decide which mic is best for you, what cables you need, how you record into your computer and what software to use – daunting, right? Thankfully, plenty of audio companies, such as Yamaha, are releasing recording bundles that offer solutions to those questions. But just how easy is it to get up and running with a recording bundle?
British songwriter Mea has been recording her music at home since 2020, earning support from BBC Music for her luscious, layered vocal lines and dreamy lo-fi production style. We set her up with a Yamaha AG03MK2 LSPK recording bundle to find out how effective a recording bundle is and if she can garner similar – or better – results than her current recording equipment within an hour.
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The AG03MK2 LSPK bundle is designed for recording and livestreaming, boasting everything you need from cables up to a selection of Digital Audio Workstations (DAWs).
“As I record at home, I don’t have the biggest workspace to work with,” Mea tells us. Unboxing the AG bundle, Mea finds everything she needs immediately. “I’m pleasantly surprised to see it comes with all the cables I needed (especially as my current cable gives me a lot of feedback/a low hum).”
“Also included is the AG03 three-channel mixer, YCM01 condenser microphone, YH-MT1 headphones, XLR cables to connect the mic and mixer, a USB cable to connect the mixer to my laptop, a mic holder, setup manuals, and a black Yamaha bag,” Mea says. “The bag is a lovely extra touch,” she says. “It’s really handy that the AG03 is very sleek and compact, and I love the aesthetic of the kit – really clean and smart.”
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Alongside the gear, Yamaha’s bundle also equips artists with licenses for three Steinberg recording software: Cubase AI, Cubasis LE (for iOS), and WaveLab Cast. Mea prefers using Apple’s GarageBand to record her music, which the AG03MK2 bundle is well-equipped for.
There’s also a companion app, AG Controller, which lets you check and configure the DSP audio processing inside the AG.
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Okay – Mea’s got everything out of the box, now what? Time to get everything connected and route audio to her laptop. She places the YCM01 condenser mic onto her mic stand with a portable vocal booth and attaches a pop shield. Using the XLR cable provided, she connects the mic to the AG03 mixer’s input. Condenser microphones, like the YCM01, require an additional 48v of power – called ‘phantom power’ – which the AG03 mixer automatically provides.
In addition, Mea hooks up her keyboard to the mixer via a TRS jack cable – handily, there’s a keyboard icon just above the socket. She then connects the YH-G01 headphones (which she says are “really comfortable” with excellent, crisp and clear sound quality”) to the headphone output in the Monitor Out section.
Yamaha AG03MK2
To connect the mixer to her laptop, Mea uses the USB cable provided – the mixer is powered in this way, and can also be powered via a battery pack. No drivers are required, so she can instantly select the AG03 as her audio device in GarageBand.
“Once I was up and going the mixer was really easy to use. I got the sound coming through from the mic and my keyboard,” she says. “It took me a minute to balance the volume levels/the gain for my mic, my keyboard and metronome from my software but this was a really quick process and also very easy. The mixer is clearly laid out and its functionality was great.”
A pop shield and vocal booth aren’t included in Yamaha’s bundle, but they are extremely useful for recording vocals. The pop shield helps subdue plosives – the exaggerated pronunciation of ‘p,’ ‘b,’ ‘t,’ and so on – while the vocal booth reduces the reflections and ambience around Mea, which helps her capture a cleaner take for editing her recordings with mixing effects.
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Speaking of which, the AG03 mixer comes with built-in reverb and compression/EQ. Mea can’t get enough of the reverb effect. “The reverb was excellent; one of my favourite things about the AG03. I love to experiment with harmonies and it gave me the exact feeling and vibe that I wanted to help elevate them. I didn’t plan on using reverb for this song but once I tried it out I couldn’t resist.”
She adds: “On my old system, I’d have to add the reverb through GarageBand, but with the AG03 I have a far more impressive and dynamic sounding reverb at just the click of a button. Again, this is great functionality.”
Now she’s connected everything and checked her levels, she lays down a vocal recording on top of a keyboard part she’s recorded in GarageBand. She makes subtle, elegant use of the AG03’s reverb and layers her vocal line with multiple harmonies.
Here’s what she recorded:

Because the AG03MK2 streaming bundle is primed for livestreaming, Mea could also use the mixer as an audio device for livestreaming software such as TKTK. Right now, she’s keen to just capture her ideas and develop new songs. Either way, she’s seriously happy with Yamaha’s recording bundle and how quickly she was able to make music.
“I love the look and size of the mixer, the easy functionality, the incredible quality of the mic and headphones and the reverb button. I LOVE it,” she tells us.
“Since the end of the summer, I was really lacking the inspiration to record and this has given me that spark back! I’m really excited to send this to my producer and see what he thinks of the sound and quality, and to see what more we can do with the song.”
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We Ranked Songs on the New Disney Lofi Album in Order of Chill Factor – Gizmodo Australia

Back in 2022, Walt Disney Records released their first Lofi album, Lofi Minnie: Focus, featuring classic Disney songs reimagined in the Lofi genre.  The songs are covered by some of the biggest Lofi artists in the world — Philanthrope and eevee to name a few.
A newer genre of music that was popularised by the advent of 24-hour YouTube streams, Lofi has roots in hip-hop and jazz with slower tempos and a grainy sound. Known for promoting focus, it’s often listened to for hours at a time while reading, studying or relaxing.
After the success of the first album, Walt Disney Records has followed up with another absolute banger of a Lofi album, Lofi Minnie: Chill. The album features 16 more Disney classics-turned Lofi.
We listened to the album and ranked each track in order of chill factor.
It’s a bop but has a preppy melody that might be distracting for those listening for study or reading.
I found the piano to be a little overwhelming on top of the percussion, but still a banger nonetheless.
The rain sounds in the background are chill and moody. It’s got those sad and edgy Lofi vibes.
The pan flute in this song makes it feel dreamy and chill — a perfect combo.
This song is putting me in a trance-like state. It also sounds like it could be a song from the Spyro the Dragon.
Slow and sleepy, this track is great for relaxing or winding down after a long day.
eevee does an awesome job of transforming one of Disney’s most popular songs into a Lofi hit that you can sing along to.
Live out your dreams of becoming Belle by reading all day while you listen to this song.
This song is so grainy it eats Weet-Bix for breakfast. 10/10 Lofi vibes.
You could put this track on Lofi Girl’s YouTube channel and not even know it was a Disney cover, it’s fantastic.
I’ve never heard a song combine the genres of Lofi and Salsa before and I’m absolutely living for it.
A smooth and funky track that’ll have you feeling as chill as Baloo.
Imagine Cinderella leaving the slipper behind to go and relax to Lofi.
Another dreamy track that sets the perfect tone for an afternoon of focus.
Perfectly capturing the vibes of Mulan and Lofi, this song is perfect for the office radio.
Pinocchio is a film that has huge Lofi vibes already and Jazzinuf really understood the assignment. This is the most chill song on the album and is perfect for studying, reading or relaxing.
With 26 Lofi songs across two albums, Walt Disney Records have plenty of music for you to put on in the background as you go about your day.
Let us know which track is your favourite in the comments.

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Oakland police investigate a multiple shooting and homicide at the Valero gas station on Seminary Avenue at MacArthur Boulevard in Oakland, Calif., on Monday, Jan. 23, 2023.
Oakland police investigate a multiple shooting and homicide at the Valero gas station on Seminary Avenue at MacArthur Boulevard in Oakland, Calif., on Monday, Jan. 23, 2023.
An Oakland police crime scene technician investigates a multiple shooting and homicide at the Valero gas station on Seminary Avenue at MacArthur Boulevard in Oakland, Calif., on Monday, Jan. 23, 2023.
Oakland police investigate a multiple shooting and homicide at the Valero gas station on Seminary Avenue at MacArthur Boulevard in Oakland, Calif., on Monday, Jan. 23, 2023.

Oakland police investigate a multiple shooting and homicide at the Valero gas station on Seminary Avenue at MacArthur Boulevard in Oakland, Calif., on Monday, Jan. 23, 2023.
Oakland police investigate a multiple shooting and homicide at the Valero gas station on Seminary Avenue at MacArthur Boulevard in Oakland, Calif., on Monday, Jan. 23, 2023.
An Oakland police crime scene technician investigates a multiple shooting and homicide at the Valero gas station on Seminary Avenue at MacArthur Boulevard in Oakland, Calif., on Monday, Jan. 23, 2023.
Oakland police investigate a multiple shooting and homicide at the Valero gas station on Seminary Avenue at MacArthur Boulevard in Oakland, Calif., on Monday, Jan. 23, 2023.
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — A shooting during filming of a music video at an Oakland gas station that killed one person and wounded four others may have been gang-related, police said Tuesday.
Gunfire erupted at around 6 p.m. Monday at the Valero station on MacArthur Boulevard, authorities said. One of those wounded was in a car that was struck by bullets.
Police originally said there were eight shooting victims, including the person who died. But in a Tuesday update they said three people were injured in a car accident as they drove away from the scene.
Bullets also struck a business but nobody was hurt, police said.
The shooting killed 18-year-old Mario Navarro.
“I’m heartbroken right now,” Navarro’s cousin, Olga Navarro, told KTVU-TV. “He was really sweet. He kind of liked music. He was really good.”
At least 19 shots were fired, according to a photo of the shell casings that appeared in the East Bay Times.
About 40 to 50 people were there for the filming, police said. They didn’t say who was making the video and whether the production had been legally permitted.
“While the recording was occurring, gunfire broke out from multiple shooters in various directions,” acting Oakland Police Chief Darren Allison said at a news conference.
It may have been a targeted attack, Allison said.
Shell casings for bullets ranging from semiautomatic handguns to rifles were found at the scene, Allison said.
No arrests were immediately made and police didn’t identify the gang involved.
“The biggest threat to us right now is retaliatory shootings — the groups going back and forth, and we continue to see violence that will stem from this particular incident,” police Capt. Tony Jones said.
The shooting took place only a few hours after a gunman killed seven people at two locations on the outskirts of Half Moon Bay, about 30 miles (50 kilometers) south of San Francisco. A 66-year-old farmworker faced murder and attempted murder charges in a crime authorities said was a case of workplace violence.
Half Moon Bay is 24 miles (38 kilometers) southwest of Oakland and about 30 miles (48 kilometers) south of San Francisco.
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Justin Bieber sells publishing rights to his catalog of music for record … – WKOW

(WKOW) — Canadian singer Justin Bieber sold the publishing rights to his catalog of music for a record amount, according to Rolling Stone.
The deal means the rights holder, Hipgnosis, will get to decide who can license usage of Bieber’s music, such as on the radio, in commercials or social media ads.
The reported value of the deal with Hipgnosis Songs Capital is about $200 million. This is less than half of the reported $500 million music legend Bruce Springsteen made when he did the same thing.
Still, it’s the largest sum any artist from Bieber’s generation has been paid for such a deal.
This follows a trend of artists like Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Stevie Nicks, Justin Timberlake, Sting, and many others who have recently sold the rights to their royalties.
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Chlöe's Debut Album Is Coming: Here's What We Know About "In Pieces" – POPSUGAR

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Chloe Bailey is solidifying her solo career. The singer, who performs under the stage name Chlöe, announced the upcoming arrival of her debut album, “In Pieces,” in March. Chlöe broke the news on Jan. 24 with a cinematic 17-second teaser showing herself balancing scales in a red latex dress. In the song that plays in the teaser, Chlöe sings, “Wear my heart on my sleeve / they all say I’m naive / but it’s better than nothing / when did it all get so heavy now?”
Previously, Chlöe had a successful run performing with her sister Halle Bailey as Chloe x Halle. The duo released two albums, “The Kids Are Alright” in 2018 and “Ungodly Hour” in 2020, which each earned a Grammy Award nomination. Though there hasn’t been a formal announcement of their dissolution, Chloe x Halle seems to be on pause as the sisters focus on their respective careers. (Halle, for example, portrays Ariel in the upcoming live-action “Little Mermaid.”)
“Have Mercy” marked Chlöe’s first solo single in 2021. The sex-positive anthem had all the makings of a modern hit: a big-budget music video, a TikTok challenge, and several internet-breaking live performances. Chlöe has since released a few other singles in the lead-up to her album, including “Treat Me” and “For the Night” feat. Latto.
Expectations are high: Chlöe is considered a protégé of sorts for Beyoncé since signing to her Parkwood Entertainment in 2015. Her powerful vocals often draw comparisons to the pop star, as does her work ethic, but she’s yet to have a larger body of work for listeners and critics to parse through. “In Pieces” will be a joint release from Parkwood and Columbia Records, which also puts out Beyoncé’s music.
In anticipation of the release, Chlöe updated her socials and wiped her Instagram save for the announcement, which drummed up excitement with her peers, including her sister Halle, who commented, “wooooo!!!!!!”
Not too much is known about “In Pieces,” but Chlöe previously told POPSUGAR in 2022 that the album would be “spicy” and “wayyy too hot to handle,” keeping in line with some of themes of sexuality and love she’s previously sung about.
Despite earlier speculation that the album would be self-titled, Chlöe’s debut is actually titled “In Pieces.”
An exact date has not yet been revealed, but Chlöe said “In Pieces” would be arriving sometime in March 2023.
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Neighbor Details Self-Titled Debut Album, Release Show – Live for Live Music


Rising Boston jam quartet Neighbor will release its self-titled debut album in May, with plans to celebrate the launch with a hometown show at The Wilbur on May 19th.
On Neighbor, the band formed by childhood neighbors Richard James (keyboards) and Lyle Brewer (guitar) committed a dozen live staples to tape. The tracklist includes fan favorites like “Trippin’ In A Van”, “Mighty Apple Tree”, “Mary and Martha”, “Pine Tree”, and more. Neighbor produced the album alongside Matt Wayne, with mixing done by Paul Q Kolderie, whose credits include RadioheadWarren ZevonThe Pixies, and many others.
The release of Neighbor will mark the latest milestone for the band, making its music available on major streaming platforms for the first time. The group also has a flurry of release options, including vinyl variants, merch bundles, and CDs.
Fans can even purchase private lessons from any of the band members and buy the opportunity to listen to the album in the band’s tour van, each priced at $100. But rather than listening to the album on CD, streaming, or vinyl, for $15,000 (plus production and accommodations), three fans can purchase their own private Neighbor show.
Related: Greensky Bluegrass Dusts Off Bob Dylan Cover, Welcomes Neighbor’s Lyle Brewer At The Capitol Theatre [Photos/Videos/Audio]
Check out the full range of pre-order options for the Neighbor debut album. See below for a full tracklist, as well as a rundown of upcoming tour dates. For tickets, visit the band’s website.
Those who buy the “Pine Tree Package” will receive, among many other things, a ticket to the album release show. Anyone who pre-orders the album in any format through January 26th at 12 a.m. ET will receive early access to release show tickets ahead of the general on-sale on Friday, January 27th at 12 p.m. ET.
Neighbor Tracklist
Take Me Alive
Isla
Lonely Rider
Don’t You Cry
You Could Be Mine
I Saw You
Crashing Down
Trippin’ In A Van
Pine Tree
Mighty Apple Tree
The Weeds
Mary and Martha.

January 26-28 – Nectar’s – Burlington, VT
February 6-12 – Jam Cruise 19 – MSC Divina
March 10 – StageOne at FTC – Fairfield, CT
March 11 – The Met – Pawtucket, RI
April 20 – Backwoods @ Mulberry Mountain – Ozark, AR
April 28 – Cervantes’ Masterpiece Ballroom – Denver, CO
May 19 – The Wilbur Theatre – Boston, MA (record release show)
May 25-28 – Rooster Walk Music & Arts Festival – Martinsville, VA
June 3 – Camp Greensky in Iceland – Reykjavik, Iceland
June 15 – Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival – Manchester, TN
June 16-17 – Northlands Music & Arts Festival – North Swanzey, NH
June 22-25 – Electric Forest – Rothbury, MI
July 26-30 – FloydFest – Floyd, VA


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