Gogol Bordello is by far one of the highest energy shows you will ever see. Check out the photos from their recent pre-new years celebration at New York’s Terminal 5. Enjoy!!!
Testament followed Death Angel at the Electric Factory for probably the most energetic and destructive set of the night. Check out the photos from their performance!
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Death Angel opened up for metal legends Anthrax and Testament at the Electric Factory in Philadelphia. Check out the photos from their performance!
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Dog has been laying low since coming off of a giant tour with up and comers Buried Beds and Seattle’s The Head and the Heart. Despite working on a new album and getting ready for the upcoming summer festivals and west coast tour dates, Philadelphia’s finest played a near sold out show at Bethlehem’s MusikFest […]
Hailing from Whittier California, Funeral Party has gone from having an LA cult following, to playing sold out shows on their current national tour with the Deftones. Click the link to see the photos of Funeral Party at the Electric Factory.
This six-piece ensemble from Hartford, CT led by singer/guitarist Chris Henderson can be traced back to Henderson’s Father’s art studio, where his earliest memories were of an old bronze radio for which the band was appropriately named. See the photos of Bronze Radio Return at the World Cafe Live’s upstairs venue.
My good friend Brandee Nichols of Phillymostlyvegan.com asked me to shoot and write-up Connecticut up and comers Chamberlin @ The World Cafe Live for her last week. Check the photos from Chamberlins set!!!
Having recently released their Billboard chart topping album Showroom of Compassion, Cake has been making quite a resurgence on the indie music scene. Check out the photos from Cake’s sold out show at the Keswick Theatre.
With all due respect to the opening bands (Dawes and Deer Tick), up next was what everyone was really there to see, Middle Brother. The Indie “super group” is comprised of the frontmen of Deer Tick (McCauley), Dawes (Goldsmith Brothers), and Delta Spirit (Matt Vasquez). Having just released their self-titled album in March, the band is now […]
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With all the hype this show was stirring the in last few weeks, I was a little surprised by the open space on the TLA floor as Deer Tick took the stage to start the show. This would not last long though. By the time Deer Tick was rocking through their second song “Something to Brag About,” […]
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