Adam Freeland & Peter Hook this Friday at Webster Hall

Grammy nominated Adam Freeland celebrates the release of his latest full length Cope™ (Marine Parade) - an exciting blend of electronica and shoegaze-rock that has been internationally acclaimed.
Cruising through New York City on his North American tour, Adam Freeland shares some of his trademark electro-beats at the tables this Friday at Webster Hall for a very special DJ set.
Listen to the album in its entirety here
Remaining North American DJ Dates
Jul 04 @ Hyde Park Cafe - Tampa, FL
July 05 @ Adult Swim / Wyndham - Phoenix, AZ
Jul 10 @ Mezzanine - San Francisco, CA
Jul 11 @ Vanguard - Los Angeles, CA

"Cope™ succeeds in creating an overall sense of unrest and some moments of electro-transcendence." - Billboard
"Pleasantly thumping" - SPIN
"The album is a smart listen throughout" - Time Out
"As infectious as the Chems" - NME
"Stamped with lasting quality"- DJ Mag

"Freeland's most accomplished work to date, essential" - IDJ Magazine
"Far from just another electronic dance album, Cope™ has a certain degree of darkness and weight to it -- though this in no way detracts from the tracks’ toe-tap-ability. In an age of throwaway lyrics it’s refreshing to find songs that have something thoughtful to say" - Paper Magazine

And to top off this star-studded evening of rock n' roll elites, Peter Hook, (formerly of Joy Division and New Order) will be stopping by to share the decks.
Alex English, Gavin Royce, Kids With Snakes & Rekles spinning in the main room.

In the Marlin Room, Hip Hop, R&B, Top Forty, and Party Classics.

Downstairs in the Studio, the Trash! kids will be spinning new wave, rock'n'roll, britpop, indie, post-punk, electro, glam and pop.

Click Here to Purchase Advance Tickets

$1 admission and $1 drinks B4 midnight for Webster Hall Dollar Daze! Click HERE to download your dollar
Doors 10pm. 19+ w/I.D.

For more information visit
www.gbh.tv & www.websterhall.com

Webster Hall: 125 E11th St between 3rd & 4th Ave

And mark down in your calenders what's next week at Webster Hall

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