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Julian Casablancas & The Voidz @ Shea Stadium – Brooklyn, NY 9.22.2014


Back in September of 2014, Julian Casablancas and the Voidz played a secret show at Shea Stadium in Brooklyn. Big Ups and Blood Orange opened. I never posted all of my pictures from that show, until now. When I finally remembered to update my wordpress. Enjoy. ūüôā

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Gossip @ Brooklyn Bowl, NYC w/ Bonnie Montgomery, Magic Mouth 9.27.2012


None of these pictures are cropped or color edited, just re-sized cause it’s a lazy Sunday people. ¬†So I apologize if you don’t have a Mac and the pictures don’t automatically look gorgeous on your computer. ¬†All three bands were fantastic, and Brooklyn Bowl, I just have to say, beautiful stage lighting. ¬†Best and easiest show I’ve shot in a while. ¬†That’s it, that’s as much as I can say right now. ¬†I had home fries with my breakfast and I just want to take a nap. ¬†If you’re a fan or went to the show, feel free to comment about it below.

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Foster The People @ Terminal 5, NYC – 9.28.2011


Can’t remember who the first band was. ¬†The second band was Cults, *groan*.

So, Foster The People. ¬†Is it just me or did they just sneak attack into the music scene out of left field? ¬†Just me? ¬†Ok, cause I don’t listen to the radio or watch music videos and I don’t troll music blogs like a music news junkie. ¬†I’m the complete opposite of a hipster, I find out about bands after everyone and their grandmother has heard of them. ¬†I had never heard of them or their song Pumped Up Kicks up until about 5 weeks ago when I was on a little weekend getaway with my friends and completely at the mercy of their iPods. ¬†There was a lot of Katy Perry and some other stuff, then my friend played Pumped Up Kicks. ¬†It didn’t strike me, but it was a cool song.

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The Rapture @ Webster Hall, NYC – 9.23.2011


 

Let’s pretend they didn’t have an opening band.

I’ve heard of The Rapture over the years, but I’ve never listened to their music. ¬†How is that possible you ask? ¬†Do you live in a cave Roselyn? ¬†In a way I do. ¬†Stephanie told me we had to go to this show, so of course I went and wow. ¬†Wow. wOw. ¬†She told me they’ve had better crowds, which is cool, but I didn’t really care cause I was blown away before they were halfway into the first song on their setlist, In The Grace of Your Love. ¬†I bought their latest album of the same name right after the show, it’s a great album, but you have to see this band live. ¬†See them. ¬†This is one of those bands where a recording just isn’t enough.

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SIA, Oh Land, Ximena Sarinana at Webster Hall, NYC – 7.26.2011


I was really lazy about this, just never got around to it until now. ¬†This was a fantastic show, both openers were great, which was a nice surprise since opening bands are usually awful and painful to sit through. ¬†A few pictures below, I wasn’t trying too hard at this show, just wanted to enjoy it. ¬†And I had the tallest men in the world right in front of me.

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