On the eve of Snail Mail’s first full-length major label debut, Lindsey Jordan and her band made a stop in New York as part of Northside Festival to play an album release show (just two days after opening up for Belle and Sebastian in Connecticut). Her new album Lush (which is out now via Matador) is guaranteed to end up on many ‘best-of’ roundups by years end, so getting to see the band play at Music Hall of Williamsburg was an absolute treat (you know, before she opens up for a small band named Interpol at a small venue called Madison Square Garden next year). Opening the night up was Corridor as well as Lionlimb.
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All photos by Qbertplaya

The talented Kaki King has started her own label Short Stuff Records, bringing on Brooklyn singer Treya Lam as the label’s first signing. On June 7 Kaki King set up a special performance at Joe’s Pub serving as the record release for Lam’s new album Good News, which King also produced.

King kicked things off with a short opening set, before handing the night over to Lam who gave fans a taste of the new album with King sitting in on drums.

Our photographer Qbertplaya was there to capture photos from both performances, all of which you can find posted in the gallery below.

Kaki King:

Treya Lam:

Scottish indie rock mainstays Belle and Sebastian are on tour in support of How to Solve Our Human Problems, their collection of three EP’s that they’ve released via Matador Records from last December to this past February. Their tour brought them to the tri-state area for a pretty intimate showing at College Street Music Hall in New Haven, Connecticut, on June 6, ahead of a much bigger New York performance at Forest Hills Stadium just two days later.
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All photos by Dave Scholten

English singer-songwriter Frank Turner returned on May 4 with new album Be More Kind, which was released via Polydor Records.

On June 6 he and his band The Sleeping Souls brought the album’s tour to New York for a performance at Playstation Theater on June 6. Our photographer Dave Scholten was there to capture photos from Turner’s performance.

Find his shots in the photo gallery below, along with the setlist.
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Depeche Mode at Barclays Center (June 6, 2018)

By Dana Pacifico, July 2nd 2018

New wave legends Depeche Mode returned last year with their 14th album Spirit (via Columbia Records/Mute Records) and we saw them dazzle at the Mohegan Sun Arena in September. They have been touring steadily since with the Global Spirit Tour and brought it to Brooklyn on June 6 for a performance at Barclays Center.

Our photographer Dana Pacifico was there to capture photos from their performance, all of which you can find posted in the gallery below, along with the setlist.
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Gordi at Baby’s All Right (June 5, 2018)

By Will Oliver, July 2nd 2018

All photos by Rachel Barrish

Australian singer Gordi released her debut album Reservoir last year via Jagjaguwar and has since been touring with the likes of S. Carey (we caught them at Rough Trade NYC) and Son Lux. She returned to New York with her Twilight Residency, a series of four shows taking place in Brooklyn at Baby’s All Right, starting in May and ending in June.

Our photographer Rachel Barrish caught the third show of the residency on June 5, which, like the other shows, saw Gordi joined by Kristian Matsson, otherwise known as The Tallest Man on Earth.

Find all of Rachel’s photos from the performance posted in the gallery below, along with the setlist.
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Moses Sumney at Public Arts (June 3, 2018)

By Will Oliver, July 2nd 2018

All photos by Eric Han

Moses Sumney has stayed plenty busy since releasing his debut album Aromanticism via Jagjaguwar, touring almost nonstop since its release. We just saw him a few months ago at National Homecoming and he was in town in early June as a part of Governors Ball.

Just one day after his performance at the festival, Moses Sumney performed at the much more intimate Public Arts as a part of the festivals Gov Ball After Dark series. Our photographer Eric Han was there to capture shots from his performance, all of which you can find below.
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All photos by Tim Toda

In a few weeks, Brooklyn indie pop group Wet will release their sophomore album Still Run via Columbia Records. They gave a bit of a preview to the new album on June 3 with a performance at The Masonic Lodge at Hollywood Forever, their first of two performances in Los Angeles, with the other coming two days later at the El Rey Theatre.

Our photographer Tim Toda was there to capture shots of their Masonic Lodge performance, all of which you can find posted in the gallery below.
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Margo Price at Brooklyn Bowl (June 2, 2018)

By Joe Saturday, July 1st 2018

A little over twelve hours before a Sunday afternoon set at Governors Ball, Nashville’s Margo Price took the stage at Brooklyn Bowl to headline an official GovBall After Dark show.

Despite doors opening at 11 p.m. and Margo’s set starting well after midnight, the audience in attendance was quite lively and supportive. With a varied setlist spanning her two albums, 2017’s All American Made and 2016’s Midwest Farmer’s Daughter (both released via Third Man Records), as well as a healthy amount of cover songs, Margo and her band certainly gave the crowd their money’s worth and then some.

During extended instrumental breaks for her songs “Cocaine Cowboys” and “Paper Cowboy,” Margo sat down at a drum kit to jam along with the band. For the encore, she returned to the stage with a change of wardrobe and ended the night by handing out roses to fans in the audience.

Continue below for Margo Price’s setlist as well as a photo gallery of Margo Price and opening act The National Reserve.
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Just because Green Day isn’t touring doesn’t mean that its time for frontman Billie Joe Armstrong to take a break. This year he announced that he had formed a new band called The Longshot with Green Day’s touring guitarist Jeff Matika (playing bass), along with Kevin Preston (guitar) and David S. Field (drums). The announcement came with a 3-song EP and a week later dropped their debut album. Love Is For Losers.
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