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Photo Gallery: The Growlers at Cat’s Cradle in…

Photo Gallery: The Growlers at Cat’s Cradle in Raleigh, NC

Madelyn Matthews

September 27, 2018

Photo Gallery: Mothers at Kings in Raleigh, NC

Photo Gallery: Mothers at Kings in Raleigh, NC

Madelyn Matthews

September 27, 2018

Photo Gallery: Car Seat Headrest at Cat’s Crad…

Photo Gallery: Car Seat Headrest at Cat’s Cradle in Raleigh, NC

Madelyn Matthews

Photo Gallery: Ave Luna at Kings in Raleigh, N…

Photo Gallery: Ave Luna at Kings in Raleigh, NC

Madelyn Matthews

September 16, 2018

Photo Gallery: Father John Misty at La Trastie…

Photo Gallery: Father John Misty at La Trastienda in Buenos Aires, Argentina

Carla Huysmans

August 30, 2018

Father John Misty aka Josh Tillman or otherwise referred to locally as “el padre del indie rock” made his Argentine debut on Wednesday night at La Trastienda in Buenos Aires. The club-sized venue in San Telmo was packed and a perfect location for his very anticipated first performance in the country. Tillman is currently on tour in support of his 4th studio album ‘God’s Favorite Customer’ that was released in June and has been touring extensively around the world since its release. The curtains opened at around half past nine and Misty greeted the audience with his song ‘Nancy From Now On’, proceeding to play a few new tracks such as ‘Mr. Tillman’, ‘The Palace’, ‘Disappointing Diamonds Are the Rarest of Them All’, and more. The setlist was mixed though giving the new audience tastes from his previous 3 records. 

Photo Gallery: Wolf Parade at Cat’s Cradle in …

Photo Gallery: Wolf Parade at Cat’s Cradle in Raleigh, NC

Madelyn Matthews

August 28, 2018

Photo Gallery: Calpurnia at the Paradise Rock …

Photo Gallery: Calpurnia at the Paradise Rock Club in Boston, MA

Kian Early 

August 18, 2018

Photo Gallery: Ra Ra Riot at the Sinclair in C…

Photo Gallery: Ra Ra Riot at the Sinclair in Cambridge, MA

Kian Early 

August 16, 2018

Photo Gallery: Bleachers at Karbach Brewing Co…

Photo Gallery: Bleachers at Karbach Brewing Company in Houston, TX

Sofie Milton

With the Texas weather sending everyone attending Bleachers’ sold-out show at Karbach Brewing Company in Houston last weekend on a rollercoaster of emotions, it was almost looking bleak there for a minute. Then, in seconds, the rain stopped and the show began. You could feel the crowd loosening up as they realized that the Bleachers show was actually happening this time (Bleachers’ initial show in Houston was scheduled for May 2018, but was canceled due to storms in Houston). 

Antonoff & Company were welcomed on stage with a huge relieved roar of excitement. Jack reached out into the crowd and held hands with longtime fans as they began their show in Houston with a song off of their Album, Gone Now, called “Goodmorning.”

“Well Houston, we promised we’d make it up to you, so here we are,” Antonoff said with a grin before he sang. “Thank you for having us, again.”

A sea of hands raised and smiling faces thanked them back and from then on an all-out hot and sweaty dance party ensued, with Jack Antonoff as the leader.

The show was packed with tunes from both of Bleachers’ studio albums, Gone Now and Strange Desire, as well as a couple FUN covers and a cover of Depeche Mode’s “Just, Can’t Get Enough.”

If you haven’t seen Bleachers live, you are seriously missing out. And if you don’t leave a Bleachers show covered in sweat and with a massive grin on your face, you probably aren’t doing Bleachers right, which explains how we all looked like we took a dive into a swimming pool, post-show. New Jersey’s finest killed it in Texas, yet again.

If you’re looking to catch Bleachers on tour, they’ve got a few dates left and you can purchase tickets here. Check out their latest release, Gone Now, here.

Photo Gallery: Clairo at the Roxy Theatre in L…

Photo Gallery: Clairo at the Roxy Theatre in Los Angeles, CA

Kacie Ta

August 13, 2018