ALT 92.3's 'Not So Silent Night' Recap

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Barclays Center
620 Atlantic Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11217
United States
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ALT 92.3's 'NØT SØ SILENT NIGHT' concert was filled with epic performances from your favorite ALT artists all under one roof on December 6th, 2018 at Brooklyn's Barclays Center.

Thank you to MUSE, Florence + the Machine, Death Cab For Cutie, Foster The People, Mike Shinoda, Bastille, CHVRCHES, and AJR who helped the tri-state ring in the holiday cheer by bringing ALTERNATIVE back to NYC!

Check out tons of photos + set lists from the show below and download your meet/greet pics with the bands if you were there.

And thank you to everyone who came from near and far to make this night such a special one in NYC. See you next year!

PHOTOS: #ALT923NSSN Performances ft. MUSE, Florence, DCFC, Foster The People, Bastille, Mike Shinoda, CHVRCHES + AJR
 


#ALT923NSSN Artists in the Interview Room Backstage at Barclays


BACKSTAGE INTERVIEWS:

MUSE
Death Cab For Cutie
Bastille
CHVRCHES
Foster The People

 

SET LISTS:

MUSE:

Algorithm
Drill Sergeant
Psycho
Pressure
Uprising
Break It to Me
The Second Law - Unsustainable
Madness
Thought Contagion
Supermassive Black Hole
Time Is Running Out
Starlight
Knights Of Cydonia

Florence + the Machine:

Ship To Wreck
Hunger
Patricia
Dog Days Are Over
Delilah Play
What Kind Of Man
Shake It Out

Death Cab For Cutie:

I Will Possess Your Heart
The Ghosts Of Beverly Drive
Gold Rush
Northern Lights
Crooked Teeth
Cath
Soul Meets Body
The Sound Of Settling

Mike Shinoda:

Remember the Name
Waiting For The End
Where'd You Go
Make It Up As I Go
About You
Over Again
Papercut
In the End
Good Goodbye / Bleed It Out
Running from My Shadow

Foster The People:

Don't Stop
Lotus Eater
Houdini
Worst Nites
Pumped Up Kicks
Sit Next To Me

Bastille:

Good Grief
Flaws
World Gone Mad
Happier
Quarter Past Midnight
Pompeii

CHVRCHES:

Get Out
Leave A Trace
Miracle
Clearest Blue
The Mother We Share

AJR: 

Weak
Sober Up
Burn the House Down

ARTIST EXPERIENCES:

Mike Shinoda Fan Art Experience

 

Nintendo MarioKart with CHVRCHES

 

Bastille Pizza Party with Fans at Patsy's Pizza

 

PHOTOS: Dodgeball with AJR on the Nets' Practice Court

 

More Onstage, Backstage + Behind the Scenes with ALT 92.3

 

BACKSTAGE MEET/GREETS:

MUSE Meet Fans Backstage at #ALT923NSSN

 

Death Cab For Cutie Meet Fans at #ALT923NSSN

 

Mike Shinoda Meets Fans Backstage at #ALT923NSSN

 

Bastille Meet Fans at #ALT923NSSN

 

Foster The People Meet Fans at #ALT923NSSN

 

CHVRCHES Meet Fans Backstage at #ALT923NSSN

 

AJR Meet Fans Backstage at #ALT923NSSN

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MUSE (Provided image)

MUSE

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MUSE's fifth studio album The Resistance was released on 14th September 2009, recorded in Northern Italy over the course of the last year and was produced by the band themselves, and mixed by Mark 'Spike' Stent. That's the basics: what you need to know. What you will be asking is... where will Muse take us with this new album? Does The Resistance mark a departure from their previous epic releases Absolution (2003) and Black Holes and Revelations (2006)? Or does it form a triptych with these challenging, thoughtful, super-massive albums?

 

Florence Welch (Vincent Haycock)

FLORENCE + THE MACHINE

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Death Cab For Cutie (Eliot Lee Hazel)

DEATH CAB FOR CUTIE

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Thank You for Today is the sound of Death Cab for Cutie both expanding and refining; a band twenty years into its evolution, still uncovering new curves in its signatures, new sonic corners to explore. The Seattle band’s ninth studio album, recorded in Los Angeles with producer Rich Costey in late 2017 and early 2018, stands alongside classic Death Cab for Cutie albums including their 1998 debut Something About Airplanes and 2003’s masterful Transatlanticism as a definitive collection -- ten tracks that are by turns beautiful and dynamic and darkly anthemic and bittersweet.

 

Foster The People (Neil Krug)

FOSTER THE PEOPLE

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Foster The People’s third album Sacred Hearts Club is a 12-track effort that joyously flexes the group’s infinite creative powers, fusing neo-psychedelia, punk, funk, electronic, dance and hip hop.  Bolstered by a diverse slew of groove-oriented songs, including the infectiously funked-out title track SHC, the synth-fused glide of “Doing It For The Money,” and the psychedelic prowl of “Loyal Like Sid & Nancy,” (complete with spoken-word piece that recalls Gene Wilder's memorable lines in Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory), the band captured a patient, ‘spiritually improvised’ vibe in the studio that set the tone for the entire album. 

 

Mike Shinoda (Frank Maddocks)

MIKE SHINODA

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In the days and weeks that followed the tragic suicide of Linkin Park’s Chester Bennington last July, Mike Shinoda had the same conversation with everyone. “First they’d ask, ‘How are you?’ and then they’d ask, ‘What are you going to do?’” he says. “I honestly couldn’t come up with an answer that felt like it was the answer. That time was a blur; my reality had been turned upside down and I was just completely lost at sea. So I started trying to pinpoint some things that I could do, to anchor myself and feel like I was attached to the real world again.”

 

Bastille (Red Light Management)

BASTILLE

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U.K. band Bastille made its debut in 2013 with the album Bad Blood, which entered the U.K. album chart at No. 1. It has since sold more than four million albums worldwide alongside 11 million singles. The global hit “Pompeii” was certified 5x Platinum in the U.S., where it topped Billboard’s Alternative Songs, Hot Rock Songs, Adult Alternative Songs and Dance Club Songs charts. The singles “Bad Blood” and “Flaws” were certified Gold. Bastille won a BRIT Award for British Breakthrough Act and received two GRAMMY® nominations and two American Music Awards nominations.

 

CHVRCHES (Steve Warby)

CHVRCHES

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If you love driving fast with the windows rolled down playing top 40 radio at full volume and you play in a band, you usually have one goal: get your songs out of your garage and into the worlds’ collective car speakers as soon as humanly possible. Lauren Mayberry, Iain Cook, and Martin Doherty certainly fit this bill. They unabashedly adore music of the wind-in-your-hair variety. And, of course, they play in a band, the Scottish synth pop group, CHVRCHES.

 

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AJR

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Long before they joined Demi Lovato, Train, Andy Grammer, Hoodie Allen, Fifth Harmony and Ingrid Michaelson on high-profile national tours, the brothers began busking in NYC’s Washington Square Park, starting in 2005. At the time, Jack was only eight-years-old as they played covers “well enough to get pre-occupied passersby to actually stop.” Repeating their residency in the park every day for six consecutive summers, they saved enough money to quietly amass an arsenal of recording equipment, outfitting the living room as a makeshift studio. In 2013, AJR’s debut Living Room spawned the hit “I’m Ready.”