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Emanuel and the Fear play Knitting Factory on January 10th

Ring in the new year with eclectic orchestral six-piece Emanuel and the Fear at Knitting Factory on January 10th. The band had quite a productive 2016, between releasing their latest EP Primitive Smile and going on a trailblazing tour through Europe last November. They posted an Instagram in early December stating that they were "Back in the office. Lots of exciting things to come. Stay tuned." This can only mean more music and electric live performances from the group. If you're a fan of orchestral pop drawing from the styles of Arcade Fire, ELO, or Sufjan Stevens, jump on the bandwagon and treat yourself to Emanuel and the Fear's body of work.

The opener for this show is indie pop artist Frances Cone, who released her single "Arizona" last January and set off from there on a whirlwind year of playing around NYC and the Northeast. Head to Knitting Factory on January 10th to hear both her and Emanuel and the Fear perform. - Will Sisskind

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Emanuel and the Fear returned to Mercury + plans new release

Capable of embedding theremin parts in folk songs and creating glam rock songs with Harry Nilsson-esque brass ensembles, NYC's band Emanuel And The Fear certainly doesn't lack imagination, painting lush orchestrations that verge on rock-opera. After a European tour this past December, Emanuel Ayvas's brainchild returned home to perform their first 2014 show at Mercury Lounge last Friday night. This band has gone through many changes both sonically and in terms of lineup, at one point having 11 members in its ranks. Since releasing their first self-titled debut EP in 2009, the sextet has gone on to release 3 records, none of which sounds alike. One trend we do notice is that their music has gotten progressively darker since 2010's 'Listen.' They have a new album in the works, so definitely keep an eye on them. Check out "The janus Mirror" below, title track from their latest EP released last year.

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Emanuel and the Fear returned to Mercury + plans new release

Capable of embedding theremin parts in folk songs and creating glam rock songs with Harry Nilsson-esque brass ensembles, NYC's band Emanuel And The Fear certainly doesn't lack imagination, painting lush orchestrations that verge on rock-opera. After a European tour this past December, Emanuel Ayvas's brainchild returned home to perform their first 2014 show at Mercury Lounge last Friday night. This band has gone through many changes both sonically and in terms of lineup, at one point having 11 members in its ranks. Since releasing their first self-titled debut EP in 2009, the sextet has gone on to release 3 records, none of which sounds alike. One trend we do notice is that their music has gotten progressively darker since 2010's 'Listen.' They have a new album in the works, so definitely keep an eye on them. Check out "The janus Mirror" below, title track from their latest EP released last year.

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