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Blacklist (NYC)

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When the revolutionary Victor Serge coined the idea of a midnight in
the century, he was referring to the dark pact between two of the
cruelest tyrants the world had ever seen. And yet Serge is perhaps
best known for his rambunctious, stubborn attitude in the face of such
darkness: "the course is set on hope," he wrote. It was precisely this
marriage of extremity to romantic optimism that characterized Midnight
Of The Century -- not just in the realm of ideas, but musically as
well. Despite its density of sound and shadowy atmospheres, the
record was the soundtrack to an uplifting journey. It was the manifesto
announcing the arrival of Blacklist.

To listen to Blacklist is to listen to people who have tried to take
that path, who have both succeeded and failed, and who want to pay
tribute to that way of life. Complex and modern themes are wound
tightly inside impressionistic lyrics, available to be unravelled by
the curious listener or ignored by those who find themselves moved
primarily by the force of the music. The band's debut LP, Midnight Of
The Century, was raw ambition mixed with raw power. Mixed by Ed Buller
(Suede, Slowdive) it was a potent dose of rock and roll maximalism.

The band parted ways shortly after the album's release in 2009, but the churning
of world events towards Midnight and a sense of unfinished business have
brought the members back into each other's orbit. The album has recently gotten its
first vinyl pressing which includes all original album tracks (remastered for vinyl by
Nicolás Zúñiga) plus some previously unreleased rarities and B-sides. The future
remains uncertain, but through the night and fog there may still be a way forward...

After a reunion show in 2019 headlining A Murder of Crows festival in NYC the band
began writing and recording new material and have their sophomore LP slated for
release in the fall of 2022 and will be commencing live shows including a headline slot
at Wave Gotik Treffen in Leipzig, Germany in June 2022.
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Genres:
Rock, Shoegaze, Post Punk, Cold Wave
Hometown:
New York, New York

No upcoming shows
Send a request to Blacklist (NYC) to play in your city
Request a Show

About Blacklist (NYC)

When the revolutionary Victor Serge coined the idea of a midnight in
the century, he was referring to the dark pact between two of the
cruelest tyrants the world had ever seen. And yet Serge is perhaps
best known for his rambunctious, stubborn attitude in the face of such
darkness: "the course is set on hope," he wrote. It was precisely this
marriage of extremity to romantic optimism that characterized Midnight
Of The Century -- not just in the realm of ideas, but musically as
well. Despite its density of sound and shadowy atmospheres, the
record was the soundtrack to an uplifting journey. It was the manifesto
announcing the arrival of Blacklist.

To listen to Blacklist is to listen to people who have tried to take
that path, who have both succeeded and failed, and who want to pay
tribute to that way of life. Complex and modern themes are wound
tightly inside impressionistic lyrics, available to be unravelled by
the curious listener or ignored by those who find themselves moved
primarily by the force of the music. The band's debut LP, Midnight Of
The Century, was raw ambition mixed with raw power. Mixed by Ed Buller
(Suede, Slowdive) it was a potent dose of rock and roll maximalism.

The band parted ways shortly after the album's release in 2009, but the churning
of world events towards Midnight and a sense of unfinished business have
brought the members back into each other's orbit. The album has recently gotten its
first vinyl pressing which includes all original album tracks (remastered for vinyl by
Nicolás Zúñiga) plus some previously unreleased rarities and B-sides. The future
remains uncertain, but through the night and fog there may still be a way forward...

After a reunion show in 2019 headlining A Murder of Crows festival in NYC the band
began writing and recording new material and have their sophomore LP slated for
release in the fall of 2022 and will be commencing live shows including a headline slot
at Wave Gotik Treffen in Leipzig, Germany in June 2022.
Show More
Genres:
Rock, Shoegaze, Post Punk, Cold Wave
Hometown:
New York, New York

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