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Mayer Hawthorne — Brooklyn Bowl, New York, October 3, 2009

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Brooklyn Bowl, New York, October 3, 2009

News

Mayer Hawthorne Announces North American Tour Dates

In Support of New Album Where Does This Door Go

Jul 25, 2013

Retro-soul artist Mayer Hawthorne has announced headlining tour dates, which have him appearing in cities all over North America in September. The dates are in support of his new album Where Does This Door Go, which was released last week to positive reviews.  More

Stream Mayer Hawthorne’s New Album

Where Does This Door Go out July 16

Jul 08, 2013

Indie soul singer Mayer Hawthorne's new record Where Does This Door Go is due for release next week, but you can stream the whole album over at NPR right now. Hawthorne's third full-length album, Where Does This Door Go is already receiving a lot of hype as the follow up to How Do You Do, Hawthorne's well-received 2011 LP. More

Photos from Coachella 2010 Day Three Gallery - Thom Yorke, Pavement, Florence and the Machine

Plus Gorillaz, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Jónsi, Mayer Hawthorne, Deerhunter

Apr 20, 2010

Staff photographer and Under the Radar's Co-Publisher/Co-Founder, Wendy Lynch Redfern, was at Coachella 2010. Check out a gallery of her photos from the third day of Coachella 2010. The gallery includes photos of Thom Yorke, Pavement, Florence and the Machine, Gorillaz, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Jónsi, Mayer Hawthorne, Deerhunter, and The Big Pink. Click here to view the full gallery. More

Coachella 2010 Day Three Report – Pavement, Thom Yorke, Gorillaz, and more

Plus: Phoenix, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Deerhunter, Florence and the Machine, and others

Apr 20, 2010

Day three of Coachella 2010 more than made up for a lackluster day two, with set after set of strong artists and ending with perhaps the three best performances of the whole festival, all in a row: Pavement, Thom Yorke, and Gorillaz. It would have been nice if the wealth of great artists had been spread out a little bit more over the three days, but then again, Sunday wouldn't have been so strong if they had scheduled it that way. Here's what I saw on the last day of Coachella: Local Natives, Owen Pallett, Mayer Hawthorne, Deerhunter, Florence and the Machine, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Jonsi, Spoon, Phoenix, Pavement, Thom Yorke, and Gorillaz. More


Interviews

Remembering First Concerts

Greatest Stories Ever Told

Jul 30, 2010

Musicians reflect on their first concerts. Includes stories from Tegan & Sara, Camera Obscura, Girl Talk, Owen Pallett, Art Brut, The Hold Steady, MGMT, Broken Social Scene, Ariel Pink, !!!, Mew, Real Estate, The Dears, Vivian Girls, Mayer Hawthorne, The Drums, Telekinesis, Fuck Buttons, El Guincho, and more. More


Reviews

Coachella 2010 Day Three Report – Pavement, Thom Yorke, Gorillaz, and more

Apr 20, 2010

Day three of Coachella 2010 more than made up for a lackluster day two, with set after set of strong artists and ending with perhaps the three best performances of the whole festival, all in a row: Pavement, Thom Yorke, and Gorillaz. It would have been nice if the wealth of great artists had been spread out a little bit more over the three days, but then again, Sunday wouldn't have been so strong if they had scheduled it that way. Here's what I saw on the last day of Coachella: Local Natives, Owen Pallett, Mayer Hawthorne, Deerhunter, Florence and the Machine, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Jonsi, Spoon, Phoenix, Pavement, Thom Yorke, and Gorillaz. More

Mayer Hawthorne and The County at Brooklyn Bowl, Brooklyn, New York

October 4th, 2009

Oct 14, 2009

For Mayer Hawthorne, it's all about love—lots and lots of love. And at the swanky Brooklyn Bowl in Williamsburg on October 3 (part of his aptly named Lonely Hearts Club Tour), the DJ/multi-instrumentalist-turned-soul singer wanted to make sure everyone was getting some. A few songs into his set, he asked, "Brooklyn, are you feeling the love tonight?" Unsatisfied with the lukewarm response, he retorted, "We're gonna come back to that." More