Concert Photos

Photos by Bryan Lasky

Krantz Carlock Lefebvre, the trio led by Wayne Krantz and featuring drummer Keith Carlock and bassist Tim Lefebvre, stopped into Cambridge, Massachusets on the night of January 30th for a performance at Regattabar.

Our photographer Bryan Lasky was there to capture shots from their performance, all of which can be found posted in the gallery below.
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[Photos]: Deerhoof at Elsewhere (January 28, 2020)

By Will Oliver, February 17th 2020

Photos by Qbertplaya

Deerhoof and their label Joyful Noise Recordings recently released their special box set Children of Hoof Music Library 25th Anniversary Cassette Box Set which features all 15 of their studio albums as well as Surprise Symphonies, a collection of b-sides and rarities from their first 25 years as a band.

The band are never ones to shy away from live performances, and on January 28th they brought their always colorful and unique live show to Elsewhere.
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Photos + Article by Will Oliver

Snoop Dogg returned last year with his new album I Wanna Thank Me, and has been touring in support of the album as a part of his “I Wanna Thank Me Tour.” On January 23rd, following a performance in New York City, Snoop brought the tour to Montclair, New Jersey for a sold out performance at The Wellmont Theater.

Snoop made the night memorable with a stage set up that features two strippers dancing throughout the performance on both sides of the stage. He performed three songs from the new album but gave the people what they really wanted and ran through all of his hits throughout his career of nearly three decades.

Along with old favorites like “Gin and Juice,” “Who Am I? (What’s My Name?)” and some of his most memorable features (“Nuthin’ but a “G” Thang,” “P.I.M.P.) Snoop took some time to tribute to some of his heroes and friends. This included N.W.A. with “Boyz-n-the-Hood,” The Notorious B.I.G. with “Hypnotize” and 2Pac with “Gangsta Party.”

The high energy performance was loose and the energy and love was felt from Snoop the entire night and reciprocated by the adoring crowd.

Find a full set of photos posted in the gallery below, along with the setlist.

Snoop Dogg setlist:

1. What U Talkin’ Bout
2. The Next Episode (Dr. Dre cover)
3. Nuthin’ but a “G” Thang (Dr. Dre cover)
4. Doggystyle
5. P.I.M.P. (50 Cent cover)
6. Who Am I? (What’s My Name?)
7. Wrong Idea
8. Words Are Few
9. Sexual Eruption
10. I Wanna Fuck You (Akon cover)
11. Loosen’ Control
12. Smile Bitch (Lil’ Duval cover)
13. Lodi Dodi
14. Ain’t No Fun (If the Homies Can’t Have None)
15. I’m Fly
16. Ups & Downs


17. Lay Low
18. Jump Around (House of Pain cover)
19. Drop It Like It’s Hot
20. Take Me Away
21. All I Do Is Win (DJ Khaled cover)
22. One Blood, One Cuzz
23. Boyz-n-the-Hood (N.W.A cover)
24. Hypnotize (The Notorious B.I.G. cover)
25. Gangsta Party (2Pac cover)
26. Gin and Juice

Photos by Killian Young

On January 22nd J Roddy Walston brought his “A Single Dose Of Strangeness” tour to New York for a performance at Bowery Ballroom.

The first part of the show was a solo set that saw J Roddy play deconstructed versions of his older hits, while the second saw him joined by his new band Palm Palm, who gave their first-ever NYC performance.

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

On January 21st, Richard Lloyd Group (of Television) and Bodega performed at Brooklyn venue 66th Congress, which also featured an opening performance from Arturo Bandinis, a group featuring Dee Pop of Bush Tetras as well as Jack Martin and Jude Webre.

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

Last year saw British psych-rock outfit Temples return with their third album Hot Motion, which was released via ATO Records. Back in November, the band was set to return to New York for a performance at Webster Hall but the show was postponed and took place on January 22nd.

This was our first time catching the four-piece perform since they played Music Hall of Williamsburg back in 2017. Hot Motion didn’t garner quite the same reaction as the band’s previous releases but having seen the band play a few times before, I had a feeling that the songs would take on a completely new life in the live environment.
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