Concert Photos

Photos by Brian Berson

Dan Bejar’s Destroyer returned with their typically excellent new album Have We Met earlier this year via Merge Records.

On March 7th he and his band brought their tour in support of the album to Brooklyn for a performance at Brooklyn Steel, just before the Coronavirus really took over and shut down live music as we know it. They performed a cover of Lou Reed’s “Ecstasy” and were joined for a few select songs by Eleanor Friedberger as well.
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Photos by Qbertplaya

Punk legends Wire returned with their 17th studio album Mind Hive on January 24th. The band’s tour in support of the new album brought them to Brooklyn (where we last saw them back in 2017) for a pair of shows at Music Hall of Williamsburg on March 11 & 12th. These dates were days just before concerns of Coronvirus really started to take the city by storm slowly but steadily.
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Photos + Article by Will Oliver

A lot has happened since I saw Of Montreal at Elsewhere on March 5th. At that time, we were still wondering what would unfold with the looming reality of the Coronavirus, although China and Italy provided enough evidence that the worst was most certainly yet to come. But ignorance is bliss, and life has to carry on, so we pushed forward with our daily lives and tried to indulge in all the live music that we could in the meantime.
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[Photos]: Pale Lights at Berlin (March 6, 2020)

By Will Oliver, March 24th 2020

Photos by Taryn Alper

Brooklyn’s Pale Lights will release their new single “You and I” / “Say You’ll Be the One,” on April 24th via Slumberland Records.

On March 6th they headlined a four-band bill at Berlin in lower Manhattan, which featured opening performances from Special Friend, Holy Tunics, and Kevin Hairs.

Our photographer Taryn Alper was there to capture photos from all four performances, all of which can be found posted in the gallery below.
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Photos by Taryn Alper

On February 29th, John Maus headlined the Knockdown Center’s “Outline: Winter” event that presents a new unique lineup every season. The leap day lineup also included performances from Boy Harsher, Katie Gately, Patience, Don Slepian, Ben Lamar Gay, Rena Anakwe\ and an art exhibit from Aya Rodriguez-Izumi.

Our photographer Taryn Alper was there to capture photos from all the performances throughout the day. Find her shots posted in the gallery below.
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