All photos by Qbertplaya

On June 19 New York trio Blonde Redhead played Le Poisson Rouge as a part of the venue’s LPR X celebration of ten years as a venue. For the band it was continued support of their 2017 EP 3 O’Clock.

Our photographer Qbertplaya was there to capture all the action from their performance, as well as openers Rafiq Bhatia and Postdata.

Find all of her shots posted below, along with Blonde Redhead’s setlist.

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All photos by Anthony Mulcahy

Aimee Mann is touring in support of her 2017 album Mental Illness which was released via SuperEgo Records. The tour brought her to Jersey City on June 19 for a performance at White Eagle Hall along with Jonathan Coulton, who was a part of Mann’s band. Mann also returned the favor and appeared during Coulton’s set.

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

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On June 18 Dawes played at the very tiny Berlin, an intimate performance in celebration of their new album Passwords, which came out a few days later via HUB Records. The show was available to fans who were savvy enough to figure out the secret passwords on Dawes new site in order to unlock a chance to buy tickets.

Being more of a tiny bar than the usual big rooms that Dawes normally play (such as The Capitol Theatre nearly a year ago to the day of this show) this was a special way to see the band perform, especially new material for the very first time.

To give you an idea of how tight of a space Berlin in, while Taylor Goldsmith, Griffin Goldsmith, Wylie Gelber and Lee Pardini were situated on stage, touring guitarist Trevor Menear played on the ground, in-between fans, the sound guy and then the rest of the band. But this added to the unique charm of this small show and only making it feel that much more intimate.

Find a full gallery as well as the setlist from the performance posted below.

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All photos by Dana Pacifico

Earlier this year English collective Jungle returned with “Happy Man” and “House in LA,” two new singles set to appear on their forthcoming sophomore album, their first in four years.

They’re brought a preview of the new material to New York on June 18 for a performance at Brooklyn Steel.

Our photographer Dana Pacifico was there to capture shots from their performance, all of which you can find posted in the gallery below.

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Ernest Greene returned last year with Washed Out’s third album Mister Mellow (released via Stones Throw) and brought its tour to New York last August for a performance at Brooklyn Steel.

He recently returned to Brooklyn again during the second leg of the tour in support of the album for a performance at Warsaw on June 17. Greene was once again backed up by two bandmates as well as some very colorful projection videos giving fans a sensory overload of both audio and visuals during the performance.

Find a gallery of photos from his set posted below along with the setlist.

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All photos by Omar Kasrawi

The screams, the glare, the whip-snapping moves. They evoke a darkness, an intensity, and an incessant heat. Those are all things that emanate from Meg Myers frame (And apparently, the Mercury Lounge when its air conditioner seems to take a night off in the middle of a sweltering New York week). They are part of the qualities that endear her so much to her rabidly loyal fan base. But let’s not forget that first and foremost she spins forth a web of imminently danceable songs of longing and anger.

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All photos by Qbertplaya

On June 16 both Rhiannon Giddens and Son Little came together to perform a free show at Central Park as a part of Summerstage NYC’s free concert series.

Our photographer Qbertplaya was there to capture action from both perforamnces, all of which you can find posted in the gallery below, along with Giddens’ setlist.

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Last year English trio Alt-J returned with their third album Relaxer, which was released via Canvasback Music. Although they stopped into New York last summer for a performance at the Panorama Music Festival, they never did come to New York for a proper headlining show of their own in support of the new album (we last caught them in 2015 when they played MSG).

They made up for it in a big way by returning to us with a performance at Forest Hills Stadium on June 15. This wasn’t just your typica show, they had hyped it up for the immersive sound experience that would be the first in the world to use immersive hyperrealism technology that gave fans a 360º as well as a spectacular light show to boot.

Kicking things off was jazz wizard Kamasi Washington who warmed the crowd up with a fantastic set of tunes, many of which were off of his new album Heaven and Earth, released via Young Turks on June 22. He brought out his dad Rickey Washington (just like he dad last year when he played Terminal 5) to join his talented band and give us a powerhouse showcase of his explosive and thoughtful jazz explorations.

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Real Estate just released their fourth album In Mind last year via Domino Records (their 2017 tour brought them to Brooklyn Steel) but are already testing out some new material during this year’s tour, which brought that back home to New Jersey on June 14 for a performance at White Eagle Hall.

The set was a good balance between all of their albums with a handful of songs played from each of their albums. This gave them room to explore the worlds of new songs such as “Half A Human,” “November,” and “Friday” the latter of which was one of the jammiest songs that the band has ever done and one that they explained was still very much a work in progress.

Originally the show was set to end with “Darling” during the main set but so many fans were cheering for “Beach Comber,” that they decided to give the crowd what they want, even though the song originally wasn’t on the setlist. They then The band then decided that they would end things there instead of the original 2-song encore of “Crime” and “Suburban Beverage,” but the hometown crowd didn’t leave or stoop cheering so the band returned back to give them one of the first “real” encores that I’ve seen in many years.

It seems that we could very well have a new Real Estate album before the year is over and hopefully yet another area show to see where the new material has gone. It seems that the band is growing into even a tighter unit with guitarist Julian Lynch, making the future possibilities even more exciting than ever.

Find the full setlist posted below along with a photo gallery of shots from opening band Habibi and Real Estate.


Real Estate:

Real Estate Setlist:

1. Had to Hear
2. Fake Blues
3. Stained Glass
4. Serve the Song
5. Friday (New Song)
6. It’s Real
7. Younger Than Yesterday
8. November (New Song)
9. Green Aisles
10. Municipality
11. Half A Human (New Song)
12. Darling
13. Beach Comber


14. Crime
15. Suburban Beverage

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