XPN MusicNotes: Watch Guster play “Dumpster Set” in snowy Pittsburgh alley, stream Bloc Party’s new album, see Neil Young perform for Paris billionaire


That was awesome PGH! #DumpsterSet

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Guster had to cancel their show @ The Fillmore Philadelphia this past weekend because of the snow so instead they played an intimate little performance in Pittsburgh…outside in the snow…in front of a dumpster!  Watch.

About a dozen people watched Guster performer a couple of songs in front of a dumpster in an alley in Pittsburgh Saturday. They tweeted on Saturday they would play a show in an hour in a Pittsburgh alley. They set up in the snow and played for 15 minutes.

By the way, Guster has has been rescheduled to Thursday June 16th at 8:00PM @ the Fillmore Philadelphia. All original tickets will be honored for new date. Refunds available at point of purchase.

Watch Guster perform “Careful” & “Doing It By Myself” – Dumpster Set-Pittsburgh 2016 below.

Bloc Party has finally returned with a revamped lineup and a new album which they’re streaming online ahead of its official release Friday.

Our UK headline tour starts next Friday! Tickets available on our website.

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Bloc Party‘s 5th album is called “Hymns” & it officially comes out this Friday, January 29th. It the group’s first release with its new-look line-up. Bass player Gordon Moakes & drummer Matt Tong left the band in 2013, with bassist Justin Harris and drummer Louise Bartle joining the group in their place. Guster’s last album was 2012’s “Four.”

Listen to the entire album:”Hymns” below, beginning with “The Love Within.”

Neil Young performed his 1970 song ‘Till The Morning Comes‘ live for the first time during a show in Paris earlier this week. He played a private concert for French billionaire Édouard Carmignac at the Théatre Mogador on Monday. Watch below.

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