Television

So New York City has itself a brand new venue to check out live music. It’s the newly opened Rough Trade records. Located in the heart of hipsterville (or Williamsburg) the well placed record shop comes equipped with a 300 person capacity room in the back for live acts, as well as a liquor license and actual stuff on the shelves coming soon. The opening brought artsy hometown act Television out of hiding and into their first area gigs in six years. Below, we’ve found some video of the band performing their never ending seminal track “Marquee Moon” and we encourage you to check it out, critique the performance space, comment about how mad you were that they didn’t have booze yet and name some acts you’d like to see hit London’s new Brooklyn extension.

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Monday, December 2nd, 2013 at 8:43 am.
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