Tune-Yards at Terminal 5 (SLIDE SHOW)

Avant-pop sensation Merrill Garbus turns up at Terminal 5.

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Tune-Yards' Merrill Garbus and her trusty loop pedal returned to New York Friday night to perform at Terminal 5 in front of a hefty crowd. Despite a brief technical malfunction—yep, that loop pedal again—Garbus had the audience on their toes from her first song, “Gangsta,” to one of her final numbers, “Bizness,” both from Tune-Yards' sophomore album, Whokill. Photographer Jakob N. Layman was on hand to capture the quirky, energetic set for TONY.

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