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Photos and Article by Anthony Bauer

Wolf Parade are currently out on the road in support of their fantastic 5th studio album Thin Mind (via Sup Pop Records) that has seemingly gone criminally unnoticed (and also very under-appreciated). The album released earlier this year and the band wrapped up their North American tour by returning to New York City on February 25th with a performance at Brooklyn Steel. Along for the ride and kicking things off for the night was fellow label mate, Jo Passed.


Wolf Parade


Wolf Parade


Wolf Parade
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Photos by Kevin McGann

Australian quartet Stonefield, who released their most recent album Bent last year via Flightless Records, returned to Brooklyn on February 27th for a performance at Baby’s All Right.

This followed up their performance at The Sultan Room back in November.

Our photographer Kevin McGann was on hand for their performance at Baby’s All Right and you can find all of his shots posted in the gallery below.
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Photos by Emily Tan

Pop duo Aly and AJ recently returned with their new single “Attack of Panic,” and are working on their new album, their first full-length in over 13 years.

Last week the duo performed two shows in New York City at both Bowery Ballroom and Baby’s All Right. Our photographer Emily Tan was there for the intimate show at Baby’s on February 15th, where they performed songs from across their career.
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Photos by Alx Bear

On February 28th, Celine Dion kicked off her run of New York area shows in support of her latest album Courage, with a performance at Barclays Center.

The Canadian pop singer planned a career-spanning set that saw her perform a variety of favorites from her career as well as a few covers, including John Lennon’s “Imagine,” which closed out the encore along with the always powerful “My Heart Will Go On.”

Our photographer Alx Bear was there to capture photos from her performance, all of which can be found posted in the gallery below, along with the setlist.
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Photos and Article by Will Oliver

It’s been three long years since Alexandra Savior released her stunning debut album Belladonna of Sadness and even longer since we last got to see her perform.

This year Savior returned with her long-awaited sophomore effort The Archer, which saw release via Danger Mouse’s 30th Century Records. On February 18th she made her return to New York City for a sold out performance at Mercury Lounge as a part of her tour in support of the new album.
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