Dengue Fever played second for the Rachid Taha concert at SummerStage. They mix Cambodian pop music with psychedelic rock. I’ve heard of their name a lot but never heard their music or seen them live until that day. I liked what I heard from their show and the crowd certainly liked their set as well.
Apollo Heights were the opening band at the Rachid Taha concert at Central Park SummerStage in New York City last Saturday. The event was free yet rainy at times. I never been to SummerStage before so it was cool to finally to have been there and shoot a concert there as well. Also, this concert was shot for Prefixmag.com.
The last time I saw Less Than Jake, it was last July and I believe it was on my 29th birthday or near it. LTJ have a brand new album called “GNV FLA” that just came out on their label Sleep It Off Records. The band were the last ones on the Shout It Loud Tour with Goldfinger and played an awesome set of old & new songs.
Goldfinger co-headlined the Shout It Loud tour with Less Than Jake and I had the pleasure of shooting them for the first time Thursday night. It’s been a good 3 or 4 years since I last saw the band play so it was good to see them again. Their newest album “Hello Destiny” is out now on Side One Dummy and it’s a great album!
Westbound Train hail from Boston and brought the ska & soul to the packed Roseland crowd Thursday night. I saw Westbound Train last year in Circleville, NY for the Big Orange Bonanza and liked their sound. While I think they play good music, I think it would have been better for them to open up the show. Suburban Legends were more energetic I guess but WT still got the crowd moving. Read More