David Wax Museum
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Age Limit: 21 and Over Is every record you make a reaction to the one before it? A response to how the previous album was received by critics and fans? Does it fill a hole in the band's sense of their catalogue, something that you know you can do musically but haven't captured yet in the studio? I could lay out a coherent explanation about this record on those terms, and it would be valid. We certainly wanted to make a record that leaned more heavily on us as a duo. We loved being in the studio with Carl Broemel that first time to record "Big Sur", feeling like the process was so collaborative and the atmosphere so warm.
Venue: The Mercury Lounge
217 E Houston St
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