Thanks to the IDLES, the energy in the club was brimming with joy, crowd surfing, moshing, and some stage diving. It was basically a love fest and the sold-out crowd couldn’t get enough of it. Very loud, very raucous, and very beautiful; a much needed cathartic release.
The spectacle of blazing lights and smoke matched perfectly with the sonic hailstorm the band brought to the stage. In recent years, 9:30 Club has shied away from booking many heavy bands, and Architects’ set was the perfect re-introduction of a raging mosh pit to the venue’s storied floor.
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Being an artist is tough, but so is anything when your self-employed. I'm not saying I survive on my Artwork alone, I'm saying my goal is to be able to survive on my Artwork alone. As an Artist, I'm always on the job. I don't wake up and put on my Artist uniform and then go to work, my minds constantly working on improvements and new ideas for art. Even if I'm working at a retail store I'd still be working 2 jobs at the same time. But calling art my job is a bit misleading. You can quit a job, or change a career, but I am inclined to make art forever. You could say I've discovered my destiny. Its been interesting getting to this point in my development but I've loved every moment...
Simply put, recordings of the songs can’t do the live performance justice. FRENSHIP has to be experienced in person! They’re currently on their US Tour through June 5th and should not be missed! Check out our full gallery of shots from the night.
At this year’s globalFEST the music was as diverse, dynamic, and vibrant as ever. With 12 acts on three stages, artists traveled from Korea, Hungary, Brazil, Senegal, Algeria, France, West Africa, Tibet, the Louisiana bayou and beyond.
Our collection of photos from our recent visit to The Half-Life of Love, at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art. Featuring work from Jordan Casteel, Cynthia Daignault, Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Curran Hatleberg, Deana Lawson, Dave McKenzie, Kambui Olujimi, Valeska Soares, and Billie Zangewa.
Sidequest Gallery Brooklyn presents 'Triangles And The Shapes In Between', a solo exhibition of work by Scarlett Lingwood. Her first solo show in the United States.
The Suitcase Junket may have welcomed more people into the studio, but live it’s still a solo affair—which isn’t to say he doesn’t get a little help. With a quick wit and wry smile, Lorenz pulls the crowd in and makes them as much a part of the performance as himself. Check out our full collection of shots from the show.
Goodbye June and Greta Van Fleet put on amazing sets for a packed house at DC9 Nightclub in Washington, D.C. on August 26. Goodbye June opened the night with great energy and their unique classic southern rock influenced sound blended with a modern edge. Greta Van Fleet headlined and from the opening chord brought a sonic "tour de force" that pictures just can't do justice.
Curator Larry Ossei-Mensah brings together 3 talented Midwest artists, Caroline Kent, Basil Kincaid, and Esau McGhee for a brilliant exhibition titled, "On the Road", at Jenkins Johnson Projects NY. See our photos from the opening.
Sterling's work explores the past, present, and future of lower class neighborhoods and he delivers a poetically energized performance. Check out our full gallery of shots from the show.