The New Zealand bred, Brooklyn-based hip hop/alternative group headlined a great night in Brooklyn where they shared a short set of stripped back songs from their debut album, NOMADS. Pics below:
Following some promo around the city and post-TV show performances (The TODAY Show and Corden), James made his way to the Lower East Side to perform a stripped down set for an intimate audience of fans and industry folk. I stood front row and grabbed a collection of Shots:
The talented band hit Mercury Lounge for their debut show in NYC, which left the crowd stunned. Although the band has a limited amount of music out in the world, the room was left waiting for what’s next. Some shots:
The notorious producer Clams Casino linked with cult rapper Lil B for a unique experience in Time Square, which included Lil B stopping his show to DJ where he proceeded to play his own records. #VeryRare. Check out some shots from the event below:
The music festival, in its second year out on Long Island, features some of the biggest names in music, including Calvin Harris, J. Cole, Fetty Wap, and many more.
Rising hip hop star Amine took the stage at Brooklyn’s Rough Trade to perform his first solo show in NYC. Headlining with his single “Caroline,” the artist – now signed by Republic Records – has a bright future ahead. Shots below:
Rising British songstress Dua Lipa performed her first NYC solo show and I was happy to have been there to see her in person after catching her at Lollapalooza the weekend before. Look for her to make her mark in the U.S. in 2017. Shots below:
What a way to end the night at Lolla night 3 as we captured St. Lucia’s performance from the pit and from the stage. Hit the button below to see some additional shots from the concert:
Some extras from my few days in Chicago for Lollapalooza. Looking forward to heading back next year.
Leon Bridges was my favorite performance of Lollapalooza 2016 – from the music to the crowd to the overall vibe – everything was just perfect. Sharing some shots below: