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It's been almost exactly five years since we named Hospitality a Band To Watch, and today, as they release their second full-length Trouble, we have a new way for you to watch them. Actually, it's…   Read Story »
On their new sophomore album Trouble, the Brooklyn trio Hospitality play a strain of indie-pop that's tricky and off-kilter enough to evoke the stuff that the Fiery Furnaces were doing on their first…   Read Story »
The Brooklyn indie-pop three-piece Hospitality, a Band To Watch way the hell back in 2009, are on the verge of releasing their new album Trouble, and first single "I Miss Your Bones" was a sunny,…   Read Story »
Last month, Brooklyn indie-pop trio and BTW-emeritus Hospitality teased their sophomore album Trouble, which is due out early next year. We got a sneak peak into the music on deck, but today the band…   Read Story »
We named Hospitality Band To Watch way back in 2009, and now the band is on the verge of releasing their sophomore album. We haven't heard a song from the Brooklyn-based indie rockers since last…   Read Story »
Hospitality put out their debut full-length on Merge earlier this year, and according to the Soundcloud description on this new track, its support tour yielded the writing and recording of the jaunty…   Read Story »
Some emotional drama gets kicked up at the raceway in Hospitality's new clip for "Eighth Avenue" and, well, let's just say it doesn't turn out great for the race car driver. If you catch my drift.…   Read Story »
Washington's Sasquatch! Festival took place over the weekend, a heavy-hitting four day lineup featuring people like Jack White, St. Vincent. Bon Iver, Beck, Sanitgold, the Shins, Feist, Metric and…   Read Story »
This right here is Hospitality's first time attempting a cover, a fact I know because they say it in the beginning of this video. Research! Steely Dan's "Rikki Don't Lose That Number" may never have…   Read Story »
Here is a charming, intimate, and immaculately recorded live session by BTW-done-good Hospitality for NPR's Tiny Desk video series. It starts with "Sleepover" and then shifts to "The Birthday," both…   Read Story »