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British psych-rockers Temples perform new songs from “Hot Motion” at Webster Hall

Temples rocked out Webster Hall last night to an appreciative crowd. The band was in strong, heavy form with solid drumming and bass, and some inventive synth work. Their heaviness was nicely balanced by clean and clear melodic vocals that rose over the rest of their sound.

They’re next off to Boston on the 23rd (The Sinclair) and Philadelphia on the 24th (The Fillmore).

Art D’Ecco from British Columbia were strong openers.

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British psych-rockers Temples perform new songs from “Hot Motion” at Webster Hall

Temples rocked out Webster Hall last night to an appreciative crowd. The band was in strong, heavy form with solid drumming and bass, and some inventive synth work. Their heaviness was nicely balanced by clean and clear melodic vocals that rose over the rest of their sound.

They’re next off to Boston on the 23rd (The Sinclair) and Philadelphia on the 24th (The Fillmore).

Art D’Ecco from British Columbia were strong openers.

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