The hoi polloi weren’t allowed to take photos of Neutral Milk Hotel during the performance, at the artist’s request. So this image of the stage, set up for the band, is all I got. (© 2014, Steven P. Marsh)
It’s time for a confession: I never saw Jeff Mangum or his legendary band, Neutral Milk Hotel, perform back in the day.
Sure, I heard the songs then, and I’ve listened to the recordings obsessively in recent years.
But seeing Jeff’s gradual return to the spotlight at the NYC benefit for Chris Knox at 2010, and at various shows he’s done since then, I feel like I’ve gotten to know him. Continue reading
Posted in Concerts, Music, Pop and Rock, Review
Tagged A Hawk and a Hacksaw, Astra Taylor, BAM, Bang on a Can, Brooklyn Academy of Music, Capitol Theatre, Elf Power, Jeff Mangum, Jeremy Barnes, Jeremy Thal, Julian Koster, Laura Carter, lullaby, Neutral Milk Hotel, Port Chester, Scott Spillane