Pu$$y-Cow’s set ended with Joe on the floor in front of the stage, stripped down to American Flag undies and singing into the mic as streamers were thrown and unraveled around him. Some real party rock’n’roll shit.
The Flatliners always bring a great show and this one was no different. The crowd was dancing, crowd surfing, and singing along all night long!
Snow Roller recently put out a new record Y2k that I recommend with my whole heart. I snapped this trippy cool shot with a glass prism and enhanced the colors to put a new spin on the regular old “warehouse show pic.”
Decent Criminal finish up their run with The Flatliners in San Francisco, Calif. I love how this photo captures the crowd—those bright colors and dragged light make it look like a whole new world.
JSR toured from Denver and played a mix of old and new songs in their set. I was drawn in almost instantly—probably because of the emo/ folksiness of Alex Pelissero’s voice.
Banner Pilot and their insane crowd at Fest last year in Gainesville, Fl. All I kept thinking was how badass it would be if I could crowd surf with them and take some shots, but I was just a little too drunk.
Tanya Delgado of L.A.-based band, Failing Up rocking the patio at Characters in Pomona Calif. Tanya always has such great energy during their set and loves to interact with the crowd.
Direct Hit will always be one of my favorite bands to shoot because of the amount of energy they bring to every show! No matter if they’re playing to hundreds of fans or thirty-five friends, they always have so much fun on stage and really interact with the audience.
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