photography by ward robinson The Von Bondies performing at the Viper Room on June 15, 2009.
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photography by ward robinson The Lemonheads performing at Spaceland on June 9, 2009.
Inward Eye Tattoo Rock Parlour in Toronto, Ontario on June 4, 2009 Full Photo Set (10 photos) "When was the last time you saw a band like that?!?" was the question that was posed to me immediately after Inward Eye left the stage. My response? "They're amazing." But what I should've said was "April 9th" because that was the date I last saw Inward Eye perform, when they opened for Thornley [...]
Artist: Inward Eye Title: Shame Link Text: mp3 File Name: inwardeye_shame.mp3 Bitrate: 131 kbps Year: 2007
A photo gallery of Afropop bliss.
A special thanks to everyone who made it out last night to the show. It was quite a successful night for Stranger Dance's second official concert event - ok, maybe the bands had a little bit to do with it. In case you missed it, our very own Laura Ciekot snapped some shots for your viewing pleasure. Check them out after the jump. Silian Rail [...]
Pics now, discussion later. Though I am driving to New York tomorrow, so we'll see if I remember to do the "discussion" part. In case I don't here's the cheat sheet - The Strange Boys were fantastic, and I can't wait to see them again. Mika Miko were a lot of fun too, and definitely got the very, very young crowd moving, but I can't say I'm gonna rush to download their CD. But like I said, they're fun live. Mika Miko [...]
photography by benjamin hoste Crystal Antlers gave a stunning performance at The Echo Wednesday night which included percussionist Damian Edwards thrashing about stage, knocking over microphones and drums, landing in the audience and abruptly leaving mid song with two songs left in their set.
"We bite, but it feels like a kiss." An off-hand piece of banter from the Felice Brothers ' drummer seemed to sum up the night's performance nicely. Equal parts The Band , Buckwheat Zydeco and Johnny Knoxville , the Felice Brothers brought their brand of down-home Americana to the Independent for a two-night stand in support of 2009's Yonder is the Clock . [...]
photography by linda janota Metric performed on June 8 at the Wiltern.
photography by beth stirnaman
photography by linda janota Peaches performed at The Henry Fonda Theatre on Saturday June 6 and Sunday June 7. Linda Janota photographed their Sunday show.
photography by benjamin hoste The Dandy Warhols performed to at the Glass House on Friday, June 5 in Pomona, CA.
All photos by David Greenwald As I hinted at in my review of Destroyer's recent Echoplex gig, bands without a new album to promote tend to be looser, more relaxed - more fun. Not that Jens Lekman doesn't always bring the Swede-pop party, but even by his standards, this show seemed special. The joyful musician revealed three new tracks, all worthy contenders of LP4: "New Directions," an upbeat "song about Google maps" he also played when I saw him at the Henry Fonda Theater in 2008; "The End of the World Is Bigger Than Love," a [...]
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photography by beth stirnaman Erykah Badu performing at Club Nokia on June 5, 2009.
photography by benjamin hoste Club Nokia was the final stop on Pennywise's lengthy national tour. They headlined the tour with Hawaiian natives Pepper and performed last night to a sold out and enthusiastic crowd in Los Angeles.
photography by benjamin hoste Eagle and Talon opened last night for Olin and The Moon at The Echo. They recently released a music video for "Ice Life" which can be seen here.
All photos by David Greenwald As I noted in yesterday's Passion Pit post , I made it out to the Echoplex on Friday for Harlem Shakes - and they didn't disappoint. The band's debut, Technicolor Health , is an easy pick for a lofty perch on my year-end list - it's full of dorky, exuberant, hide-and-seeking indie rock gems that sounded equally great live. During their too-brief opening set, Harlem Shakes ran through should-be hits such as "Natural Man" and "Strictly Game" while guitarist Todd Goldstein made the best guitar faces imaginable. Rooney would've [...]
Artist: Harlem Shakes Link Text: mp3 File Name: hs-strictly.mp3
Dog Day Lee's Palace in Toronto, Ontario on May 28, 2009 Full Photo Set (9 photos) Halifax-based Dog Day was in Toronto as part of a May/June tour to promote their new album, Concentration , that was released on April 28th. The tour started with a hometown CD release party on May 1st and takes them across the country ending up in Vancouver, BC on June 14th, followed by another show in Moncton, [...]
Artist: Dog Day Title: Rome Link Text: mp3 File Name: DogDay_Rome.mp3 Bitrate: 320 kbps
All photos by David Greenwald Admission: I haven't listened to the Passion Pit album; I was at this show for their opener, Harlem Shakes. (They killed!) I may have been the only one. Sold-out shows at the Echoplex are typically fraught with peril thanks to long lines even hours after "doors," belligerent security and more belligerent Pitchfork-reading frat/alt bros, and Passion Pit's gig was no exception. The band didn't improve the scene much - maybe they're more impressive on record, but despite one concertgoer's "We're at the Passion Pit show, fuck yeah!" it was hard to [...]
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