Live music in pictures
Browse photo galleries of the most notable recent live music shows in New York City.
The Queen of Bounce led a crowd of more than 300 to break the Guinness World Record for most people twerking simultaneously. Send tips and cat photos to: Editor: Marley Lynch (@marleyasinbob) email@example.com Signs that twerking may be reaching the apex of its cultural relevancy seem to
In town to promote their new 3-D IMAX movie, the metal kings played a career-spanning set at the legendary Apollo Theater. Send tips and cat photos to: Editor: Marley Lynch (@marleyasinbob) firstname.lastname@example.org Metallica's last visit to New York City saw the metal vets playing the massive
Lady Gaga's little monsters came out en masse to Madison Square Garden last night to bask in the bright, weird light of their leader. The headmistress of spectacle certainly did not disappoint. But don't take our word for it, TONY photographer Jon Klemm was on-site to collect plenty of evidence.
When I wrote last week that Wilco was reentering a gritty phase in its career, I underestimated just how edgy the old fellas could be. Last night Wilco—preceded by a noisy, vibrant Yo La Tengo playing old and new material—played as if it had something to prove. The set list was a big f-you
"It's a punk rock show, what the fuck did they expect?" muttered one girl to her friend at Saturday's Halloween Vice party. She was bitching about the heavy-handed security men who were trying (and failing) to keep order during Bad Brains' headline set ("Leave it to Vice to hire the Mafia for
Check out scenes from this annual celebration of electronically enhanced aural innovation In the ’60s and ’70s, the Moog analog synthesizer was the gold standard of arty kitsch. It was heard on Wendy Carlos's unlikely 1968 hit, Switched-On Bach; the Beatles' Abbey Road; and just about any
Photos by Loren Wohl Braving the heat, the masses filtered out of the Coney Island subway station and onto the sun-drenched, wood-paneled boardwalk for The Village Voice's tenth annual Siren Fest this weekend. And while fans came prepared with sunglasses, hats and backpacks, there was
"Weezer fans have the Halloween spirit!" declared Rivers Cuomo, at Weezer's Hammerstein Ballroom Halloween party, Saturday night. The band took the stage dressed as bugs, following sets by Matt & Kim and PT Walkley, and TONY photographer Lizz Kuehl was there to catch the action. The band also
The R&B legend-in-the-making rocked the Hudson last night, with bonus appearances by Diddy and Big Boi. Send tips and cat photos to: Editor: Marley Lynch (@marleyasinbob) email@example.com “You’re a fucking god! You’re a fucking god!” So screamed one particularly jumpy fan last
Throughout the month of March in the wee hours, watch a trippy music video projected across five blocks of midtown. See more recent blog posts There’s a new reason to look up in Times Square at midnight, and it doesn’t have anything to do with a ball dropping. At 11:57pm every night through
Hot dog! Flashy pop provocateur Miley Cyrus rides a giant one through the Izod Center during the Jersey stop of her Bangerz tour. Listen to Bangerz on Spotify In Manhattan, Lady Gaga is currently shutting down Roseland Ballroom with a seven-gig residency. Over in Queens, the latest Cirque du
A new exhibit at the New York Transit Museum showcases subway album art—so we compared old LPs with the current stations. Send tips and cat photos to: Editor: Marley Lynch (@marleyasinbob) firstname.lastname@example.org The NYC subway system has always been a source of artistic inspiration for