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In December of 2013, Phosphorescent played a four-night run of sold-out shows at the Music Hall of Williamsburg, finishing out a leg of tour dates in support of his excellent latest full-length Muchacho. Matthew Houck, the man behind the project that can range from a solo setup to a six-piece band, played for over ten hours, all of which was recorded and ultimately whittled down to 19 tracks for “Live at the Music Hall”, a three-album set to be released via Dead Oceans on Feb. 17. Houck talked to Paste about playing with his band, the concept of a live album and the way ceremony played into these live performances


Recorded over three nights at The Music Hall of Williamsburg, this triple LP is a veritable best-of from a band at the height of their performative powers. Featuring scorching renditions of the best-loved songs of the Phosphorescent catalog, from “Los Angeles” to “Song for Zula”, Phosphorescent delivers a live album for all-time.