Concert

Photos: Yeah Yeah Yeahs @ Barclays Center, Brooklyn 9/19/13

By Miles Bowe / September 20, 2013
Last night the Yeah Yeah Yeahs took the stage at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn. They released the new album Mosquito (which we really enjoyed) earlier this year, and are now closing in on the end of their tour. We sent photographer Luis Ruiz there to capture the performance, as well as opening act… More »


Oneohtrix Point Never @ Our Lady Of Lebanon Church, Williamsburg 9/17/13

By Miles Bowe / September 18, 2013
If you've only occasionally tuned into Daniel Lopatin's music under the moniker Oneohtrix Point Never, the idea of him playing in a church might seem odd. For someone whose recordings, especially the massive compilation Rifts, often remind people of soundtracks for old sci-fi films, it might seem like a strange setting for his live show. More »


Report From Arcade Fire’s Surprise Show At Montreal’s Salsathèque 9/9/13

By Gregory Bouchard / September 10, 2013
Last night at Montreal's Club Salsathèque, Arcade Fire performed songs from their upcoming double album Reflektor for a crowd of 200 people. The show was announced yesterday morning when a poster for "The Reflektors" appeared under the "Parties" section of Salsathèque's website, saying the event would take place on 9/9 at 9PM and… More »


Photos: Musicfest NW 2013

By Miles Bowe / September 9, 2013
This past weekend Portland held Musicfest NW 2013, which had a pretty sweet line-up. Many of the bands playing have been doing incredible things on the festival circuit this summer and our photographer Colin McLaughlin captured a great deal of them. Above are his photos of Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Neko Case, Earth,… More »


Photos: Windhand @ St. Vitus, Brooklyn, NY 9/6/13

By Miles Bowe / September 9, 2013
If you read our August edition of the Black Market you might remember seeing Windhand in the No. 1 spot. With good reason, too -- their new album, Soma, is absolutely crushing. From the opening sludgy riffs of "Orchard," to the epic 30+ minute closer "Boleskin," it's one of the best metal album… More »


AlunaGeorge @ Music Hall Of Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY 9/6/13

By Claire Lobenfeld / September 9, 2013
One of the most immediately recognizable things about London synth&B duo AlunaGeorge is that despite the small size of the group, its output is extraordinarily tight. The same can be said about their debut performance in Brooklyn last Friday. It was their second New York show, clocking in at 45 minutes with no encore, but… More »


Photos: HAIM, IO Echo @ Webster Hall, NYC 9/3/13

By Stereogum / September 4, 2013
HAIM continue to build on buzz from their summer festival performances and undeniable new single "The Wire." The group's highly anticipated debut full-length Days Are Gone is out 9/27, and last night they hit NYC's Webster Hall with IO Echo. Check out Luis Ruiz's photos in the gallery above. More »


Behind The Scenes At Fool’s Gold’s Day Off 2013

By Puja Patel / September 4, 2013
On Monday, the Brooklyn-based Fool's Gold label carried on its tradition of hat-tipping old New York with an annual Day Off block party. Helmed by founders A-Trak and Nick Catchdubs, the free party that once took over the backyard parking lot of a Manhattan bar had clearly grown with the label's popularity, sprawling over Williamsburg… More »


Photos: Made In America 2013

By Miles Bowe / September 3, 2013
The second annual Budweiser Made In America festival, which is curated by Jay-Z, took place over the weekend in Philadelphia with performances by Phoenix, Beyoncé, HAIM, Dairrhea Planet, Kendrick Lamar, Queens Of The Stone Age, and Nine Inch Nails, who covered Johnny Cash (LOL jk). Check out Luis Ruiz photos from the fest i… More »


Captured Tracks Five-Year Anniversary Festival @ The Well, Brooklyn, NY 8/31/13 & 9/1/13

By Claire Lobenfeld / September 3, 2013
Over the past five years, Brooklyn indie label Captured Tracks has delivered a meticulously curated output, from superstars-in-their-own-right DIIV, Wild Nothing, Beach Fossils, and Mac DeMarco to reissues of '80s UK indie pop luminaries like the Cleaners From Venus and the Wake with a legion of other artists in between. So it was more tha… More »


Photos: Bumbershoot 2013

By Miles Bowe / September 3, 2013
Over 100,000 fans hit the Seattle Center for this year's Bumbershoot over Labor Day weekend. Performers included Kendrick Lamar, MGMT, Fun., Heart, Gary Numan, and Death Cab For Cutie playing their now 10-year-old LP Transatlanticism start to finish. Our photographer Alex Crick caught those acts and a bunch more; check out his pics i… More »


Photos: Øyafestivalen 2013

By Stereogum / August 14, 2013
In its 12th year, Øya Festival brought another diverse set of artists to Oslo's Medieval Park over four days last week. Among the performers were Blur, the Knife, Kraftwerk, Kendrick Lamar, Slayer, Beach House, James Blake, Cat Power, Grimes, Tame Impala, Wu-Tang Clan, Grimes, Rodriguez, Kvelertak, Disclosure, HAIM, Iceage, Phosphorescent, and many more. Check out… More »


Outside Lands 2013 Artist Portraits

By Stereogum / August 13, 2013
San Francisco's Outside Lands went down over the weekend with performances from Paul McCartney, Nine Inch Nails, Vampire Weekend, and more. (Check out our list of the 10 best things at the festival here.) In between shooting performances, our photographer Moses Namkung snapped some intimate moments with artists backstage. Check out… More »


The 10 Best Things At Outside Lands 2013

By Miles Bowe / August 12, 2013
Between music, comedy, food, and artwork, Outside Lands really is one of the more interesting American summer festivals. You checked out our coverage and photos from Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, and now we have The 10 Best Things we experienced at the festival, music-related or otherwise. Check out the countdown here. More »


Photos: The National, Daughter @ Hollywood Forever Cemetery, Hollywood 8/11/13

By Andrew Youssef / August 12, 2013
After having Bob Weir make a special appearance during their set at Outside Lands, the National made their way south for a haunting set at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery. Matt Berninger couldn't help himself by quipping that it looked dead out there. Some of the many highlights included "Conversation 16" which had the crowd… More »


Outside Lands 2013 Sunday: Vampire Weekend, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Willie Nelson, & More

By Miles Bowe / August 12, 2013
The final day of Outside Lands was definitely a more mellow affair than Saturday with its NIN headlined attack. Most people entering in the afternoon were greeted by Kurt Vile's excellent set on the Sutro Stage. Later a small, but dedicated group headed to an unlisted secret show by The Head And The HeartMore »


Outside Lands 2013 Saturday: Nine Inch Nails, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Grizzly Bear, & More

By Miles Bowe / August 11, 2013
Saturday at Outside Lands was a typical second day at festivals. The sets ran smoother, there were less technical problems, and the crowds seemed a little more laid back after the initial day 1 excitement dissipated. The sets today were just as incredible as yesterday, but with a completely different vibe – one of the… More »


Way Out West 2013 Day 3: Kendrick Lamar, Cat Power, Disclosure, & More

By Tom Breihan / August 11, 2013
On Friday, I sat down for a beer with Joel Borg, one of the founders of Gothenburg, Sweden's Way Out West festival. (I might post the whole conversation later if I get time; it was an interesting one.) The festival's booking has a general sonic identity of its own, one that exists somewhere near the… More »


Outside Lands 2013 Friday: Paul McCartney, The National, Chromatics, & More

By Miles Bowe / August 10, 2013
Yesterday Outside Lands '13 kicked off in San Francisco, and there's already been a ton of memorable moments, from food to comedy to many great sets. The first real highlight of the day was the Men. They've quickly evolved into such a diverse sounding band in just a few years, and played a nice, rough… More »


Way Out West 2013 Day 2: The Knife, Miguel, Giorgio Moroder, & More

By Tom Breihan / August 10, 2013
Giorgio Moroder dances by stabbing two fingers in the air, like the aging European man that he is. He also plays air-slap-bass. The Italo-disco legend is here in Sweden, at Gothenburg's Way Out West festival, to DJ in the afternoon sun. There are trees all around him, and he's in front of a placid duck… More »


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