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Photos by Matt Esposito

Los Campesinos! are back in America for their “Save America!” set of tour dates, which included a performance at Brooklyn Bowl on July 9, a few months removed from their last stop here as a part of their tenth anniversary celebration of their first two albums.

Our photographer Matt Esposito was there to capture photos from their Brooklyn Bowl performance, along with openers Nervous Dater.

Find his full gallery of photos posted below, along with Los Campesinos! setlist.
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Photos by Brianna DiGioia

Cate Le Bon returned with her excellent new album Reward back in May via Mexican Summer and brought her tour in support of the album to Brooklyn on June 26 for a performance at Elsewhere.

Our photographer Brianna DiGioia was there to capture photos from her performance, as well as from openers Viven Goldman and Moon Diagrams.

Find all of her shots posted in the photo gallery below

Moon Diagrams:

Viven Goldman:

Cate Le Bon:

Cate Le Bon setlist:

1. Miami
2. Daylight Matters
3. Home to You
4. Love Is Not Love
5. Wonderful
6. You Don’t Love Me
7. I Just Wanna Be Good
8. Mother’s Mother’s Magazines
9. We Might Revolve
10. Magnificent Gestures
11. Sad Nudes
12. The Light
13. What’s Not Mine

Encore:

14. Meet the Man

Photos by Anthony Mulcahy

Seattle’s The Head in the Heart returned with their new album Living Mirage back in May via Warner Bros. Records/Reprise Records. On June 23 the band headlined Forest Hills Stadium as the headliners for ALT92.3’s first ever Summer Open, which also included support from Young The Giant, Fitz and the Tantrums and Chris Carrabba (of Dashboard Confessional).

Find a full gallery of photos posted below taken by our photograher Anthony Mulcahy along with each artists’ setlist.
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Photos by Anthony Mulcahy

Folk duo The Milk Carton Kids headlined this year’s American Roots Music Festival, the 9th edition of the festival which takes place at the Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts in Katonah, New York.

Our photographer Anthony Mulcahy was there to capture photos from not only both of their performances earlier in the day outdoors and later at night indoors, but as well as the opening act Amythyst Kiah and various other folk acts that performed outside earlier in the day.

Find a full gallery of photos from all the performances posted in the gallery below.

Bumper Jacksons:

Youth In A Roman Field:

Damn Tall Buildings:

Amythyst Kiah:

The Milk Carton Kids (Outdoors):

The Milk Carton Kids (Indoors):

Photos by Bryan Lasky

As Phish begins the back end of their summer 2019 tour, they graced the stage of Saratoga Performing Arts Center last night for the first of two nights.

What is basically home court for them, as their main hub for many years is just up the road in Burlington, Vermont, they were very much at ease throughout the night. A few flubs here and there by each of the band members led to a lot of laughs, but the meat of the second set of the over twenty-minute “Down With Disease” that saw each member click in completely to a variety of jamming into the great “Scents and Subtle Sounds,” which included the introduction that is not played every time were the highlights of the show.
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Photo by Anthony Bauer

We spent all weekend with The Raconteurs in celebration of the release of their long-awaited new album Help Us Stranger (released via Third Man Records), with two super intimate performances. The first at Rough Trade NYC and the second coming at Coney Island Baby. As if that wasn’t enough, we also were treated to see them perform a special performance and taping at the iHeartRadio Theater where they ran through an 11-song set of new songs from the record as well as a handful of old favorites such as “Steady, as She Goes,” and “Salute Your Solution,” the latter of which wasn’t played and the other two shows that we caught.

We now await the bands full proper tour dates coming later this fall. For now, find a few photos more iPhone photos (these taken by Will Oliver) posted in the gallery below, along with the setlist.
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