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We didn’t call ourselves Bitch Fight for nothing.
This photo of Kate Clover was snapped at The Echo 9/28/21. She opened for The Black Lips that night and performed songs from her recently released (and very impressive) debut EP Channel Zero. Her set was fire that night.
Spike Lee is a cinematic force to be reckoned with. But, like all great artists, he had to start somewhere.
This photo was snapped on the fourth (and final) night of the Fuzz residency at The Teragram Ballroom. It was the first time I’d seen them play live since 2015, and as expected, their set was a thunderous, rumbling earthquake that whipped up the sold-out crowd into a wild eruption of pure joy.
“We sold enough shirts, so I never had to dance on the street to get money for gas.” –Martín Sorrondeguy
Between the marches on Selma, Ala. in 1965 and the release of a musical film called The Wiz there was a significant spike in African American stories being told at the movies. Then, as quickly as the industry got hot for these stories, the Hollywood turned their back on African American productions.
This photo was snapped on night three of Ty Segall’s four-night stint at The Teragram Ballroom. It was one of the best Ty Segall shows I’ve ever seen (right up there with the night he played Reverse Shark Attack in its entirety at The Echoplex).
Thanks to the Ethan, Erik, Nick, and Forrest for learning the English Dogs songs and playing them for my birthday! It was a perfect half a millennium celebration in my neighborhood during a pandemic.
This photo of Nick Vicario (Cemento, Public Eye, Crisis Man) with his band Smirk was shot when they opened for Osees at Non Plus Ultra earlier this month. I stood next to John Dwyer during their set, and Dwyer was more fired up about Smirk than anyone else in the crowd!