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Long Island’s Mr Twin Sister returned last year with their new album Salt and we previously caught them live during their album release celebration at Elsewhere.

On May 17th the band returned to Brooklyn for a headlining performance at Warsaw, along with opening performances from both Ava Luna and Naima.

Find a full gallery of photos from all three performances below

Naima:

Ava Luna:

Mr Twin Sister:

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Photos by Matt Esposito

Los Angeles’ Tamaryn returned earlier this year with her new album Dreaming the Dark, released via Dero Arcade.

This weekend she returned to Brooklyn for a headlining performance at Littlefield as a part of the venue’s 10th anniversaty celebration.

Our photographer Matt Esposito was there to capture photos from her performance, as well as opener Ships In The Night. Find all of his shots posted in the gallery below, along with the setlist.

Ships In The Night:

Elegy - SoundCloud
(334 secs long, 170 plays)Play in SoundCloud

Tamaryn:

Tamaryn setlist:

1. I Won’t Be Found
2. Dreaming the Dark
3. Paranoia IV
4. Angels of Sweat
5. Cranekiss
6. Sugarfix
7. Terrified
8. Softcore
9. Fade Away Slow
10. Path To Love
11. Last
12. The Jealous Kind
13. Intruder (Waking You Up)

The post [Photos]: Tamaryn at Littlefield (May 18th, 2019) appeared first on We All Want Someone To Shout For.

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Photos by Dutch Doscher

Seattle folk outfit The Head and the Heart returned with new album Living Mirage on May 17th via Warner Bros. Records/Reprise Records.

On the very same day as the release of the new album, the band gave New York fans an intimate first listen of the album at an intimate performance at Bowery Ballroom, where they gave fans a good mix of new songs from the record as well as plenty of old favorites as well.

Our photographer Dutch Doscher was there to capture photographs from their performance, all of which can be found posted below, along with the setlist.


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The Head and the Heart setlist:

1. Living Mirage
2. All We Ever Knew
3. Ghosts
4. Rhythm & Blues
5. Another Story
6. People Need a Melody
7. Let’s Be Still
8. Missed Connection
9. Lost in My Mind
10. Winter Song
11. Honeybee
12. Sounds Like Hallelujah
13. Down in the Valley

Encore:

14. Glory of Music
15. See You Through My Eyes
16. Shake
17. Rivers and Roads

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The National released their stunning new album I Am Easy to Find last Friday, May 17th, via 4AD. They celebrated its release with an intimate showing at the iHeartRadio Theater for a live broadcast and recording for those fans lucky enough to be in attendance.

Along with some older staples such as “Bloodbuzz Ohio” and “Fake Empire,” the band ran through some of the highlights of the new record, making full use of being joined by vocalists Kate Stables of This Is the Kit and Pauline de Lassus Saint-Geniès (aka Mina Tindle) during this current incarnation of the live lineup.

The band will return for two proper live dates at Prospect Park on June 12th + 13th, where they will be joined by Courtney Barnett.

Find a few iPhone shots from the show posted below, along with the setlist.

The National setlist:

1. You Had Your Soul With You
2. Bloodbuzz Ohio
3. Light Years
4. The System Only Dreams in Total Darkness
5. Oblivions
6. Rylan
7. Where Is Her Head
8. Hey Rosey
9. Quiet Light
10. The Pull of You
11. Fake Empire

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Photos by Anthony Mulcahy

Longstanding Los Angeles’ rockers The Dream Syndicate returned with new album These Times earlier this month via ANTI-. On May 16th the band brought their tour in support of the album to New York for night 1 of a two-night run at Mercury Lounge as a part of the venue’s 25th anniversary celebration.

Our photographer Anthony Mulcahy was there to capture photos from their night 1 performance, all of which can be found posted in the photo gallery below.

The Dream Syndicate setlist:

1. The Way In
2. Put Some Miles On
3. Filter Me Through You
4. Black Light
5. Out of My Head
6. How Did I Find Myself Here
7. Bullet Holes
8. Still Here Now
9. Recovery Mode
10. That’s What You Always Say
11. Then She Remembers
12. Glide

Encore:

13. Tell Me When It’s Over
14. Burn
15. The Days of Wine and Roses / Who Do You Love

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Photos by Dana Pacifico

On May 16th French electronic artist Perturbator returned to New York for a performance at Irving Plaza as a part of his 2019 North American tour.

Our photographer Dana Pacifico was there to capture photos from his performance, all of which can be found posted in the gallery below.

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Photos + Words by Omar Kasrawi

Have you ever seen lightning strike indoors? Where the electricity is being shot off stage and surging throughout the audience. The kind of energy that no matter how thick the four walls are, or how sturdy the floors remain, or how well built the roof is, or no amount of soundproofing can help to contain. Well, that’s the kind of maelstrom Black Pistol Fire unleashed the Music Hall of Williamsburg last Wednesday.

Evan Konrad

First up was Canadian Evan Konrad who was the calm before the storm. Konrad cultivated a moody and deliberate atmosphere. There’s an emotional chord that is evident in not just his lyrics, but the music they manifest in. Konrad just released his debut single, “The Long Way Out” earlier this year and plans to follow it up with more music throughout the year.

Emily Wolfe



And after that, the storm really began to come at the audience. Austin’s Emily Wolfe brought her full throttle shredding and bluesy rock in waves. Wolfe has a mastery of her guitar and the howling vocals to match. She strutted back and forth across the stage as she veered in between delta blues and “I’ll melt your face off guitar licks”. And for good measure, she made Lemmy and Motorhead proud with her cover of “Ace of Spades”. Wolfe’s energy and sounds are not to be missed and for this night she was the perfect jolt to prime the audience for what was next.



Then it was a blur. There was one moment of calm that was Kevin McKeown and Eric Owen of Black Pistol walking out on stage, and then it was no mercy. They say Canadians are supposed to be nice, but this duo didn’t let their fans catch a breath during their category five set.

Black Pistol Fire

The band may be only two men, but they manage to make sounds that seem to be the work of many more. Remember when Marty McFly sent himself flying in front of that giant speaker at the start of “Back to the Future”? Well, that’s child play compared to the sound McKeown and Owen are able to summon up.

Black Pistol Fire



This is a band that is built around speed. McKeown moves and plays with a blurry quickness while Owen is the ferocious demolisher of drum kits. But even with all that speed, they never seem to lose track of the song or their audience. McKeown is also the instigator of the band. Whipping the crowd into a moshing frenzy right before he either jumps on top of them and crowd surfs his way around the venue, or when he’s right in the middle of the pit.



Black Pistol Fire gets more impressive with each successive concert and are continually refining their blues-influenced rock with every new song they deliver. This is the kind of band you have to catch whenever they come to your town.

Evan Konrad:

Emily Wolfe:

Violent Veins - SoundCloud
(287 secs long, 305 plays)Play in SoundCloud

Black Pistol Fire:

Lost Cause - SoundCloud
(212 secs long, 31397 plays)Play in SoundCloud

The post [Photos / Review]: Black Pistol Fire at Music Hall of Williamsburg (May 15th, 2019) appeared first on We All Want Someone To Shout For.

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Photos by Dana Pacifico

Native New Yorker Teyana Taylor returned to New York on May 15th for a special performance at the Grand Ballroom at Hammerstein Ballroom as a part of the Red Bull Music Festival. The special performance dubbed “House of Petunia” featured an elaborate stage design. over 25 dancers and an audio-visual experience that saw Taylor bring out guests such as Method Man and her husband and NBA player Iman Shumpert.

Our photographer Dana Pacifico was there to capture photos from the performance, all of which can be found posted in the gallery below.

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Photos by Taryn Alper

Shaun Fleming returned with his new Diane Coffee album Internet Arms on on April 19th via Polyvinyl Records. Fleming has been touring hard in support of the album, which brought him back to New York on May 14th for a performance at Bowery Ballroom, along with openers Active Bird Community and Jackie Mendoza.

Our photographer Taryn Alper was on hand to capture shots from all three performanes, all of which can be found posted in the gallery below.

Jackie Mendoza:

Jackie Mendoza - Seahorse - SoundCloud
(154 secs long, 4238 plays)Play in SoundCloud

Active Bird Community:

Unwind With Me - SoundCloud
(225 secs long, 2427 plays)Play in SoundCloud

Diane Coffee:

Diane Coffee setlist:

1. Internet Arms
2. Like a Child Does
3. Simulation
4.Stuck In Your Saturday Night
5. GovT
6. Everyday
7. Get By
8. Lights Off
9. Work It
10. Doubt
11. Not Ready To Go
12. As You
13. Mayflower
14. I Dig You

Encore:

15. Hymn
16. New Years

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Last year saw Tom Morello return with his new solo album The Atlas Underground, which was released via Mom + Pop Music. We caught him a few times live in support of the new album last year, first at his headlining show at Le Poisson Rouge and then a brief appearance at Brooklyn Steel as a part of Mom + Pop’s 10 year anniversary celebration.

On May 14th Morello returned to New York for a headlining show at Irving Plaza where he gave us a mix of new songs as well as snippets of favorites from all his projects throughout the year. He is a man of the people and as such, started the show in the middle of the crowd where he performed all of opening track “Where It’s At Ain’t What It Is.” It was hard to deny the power of hearing a melody of some of his great guitar work in songs such as Rage Against The Machine’s “Guerilla Radio,” “Sleep Now in the Fire” and Audioslave’s “Like A Stone.” While most of the evening was dedicated to the rock, Morello also offered some tender moments, such as “The Garden of Gethsemane” or even his cover of Bruce Springsteen’s “The Ghost of Tom Joad.”

He ended the show with an invitation for the audience to join him on stage as he ended the show with the 1-2 punch of Rage’s “Killing in the Name,” and a cover of John Lennon and The Plastic Ono Band’s “Power to the People,” giving plenty of fans plenty of unforgettable memories to take home with them.

Find a full gallery of photo from Morello’s Irving Plaza performance posted below.

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