All in "lights and music"
Somebody Loves You - Out Loud Festival recap
Punk Rock Photography goes to the Out Loud Music festival on 9.17.22, and has a marvellous time photographing Lauren Sanderson, Tynomi Banks, Betty Who, and CHVRCHES. A beautifully uplifting time was had with fantastic music and lights and dancing. Out Loud festival describes itself as being "to celebrate LGBTQI+ and ally musicians/artists. The festival creates a fun, energetic, and diverse line up that celebrates equality." So it was just the place for ally Punk Rock Photography to rock out.
#guitarmonday: Son Lux edition
Punk Rock Photography goes to a Son Lux concert and has a good cathartic cry. Includes photos of Kiah Victoria and Son Lux, as well as videos for music by these artists as well as Phillip Glass and The Bulgarian State Television Female Vocal Choir. H.N. James will never be a simple girl.
#guitarmonday on a Tuesday: Days of Future Past edition
Punk Rock Photography revisits her past as a darkity club dj and photographs a show featuring Vanilla Sugar, Julien-K, and The Birthday Massacre. Photos are included along with nostalgic and wry commentary, a video from each band, and a song by the excellent band Ceremony. You never know what you're gonna get at The Light Pours Out Of Me blog.
#guitarmonday on a Tuesday - How It Started/How It's Going edition
It's the first #guitarmonday of the year, and I'm talking about the first live music of the year for me, as well as how I became a live music photographer to begin with. Spoiler: it starts with a band. Thank you, The Bad Signs, for rocking. Also featured: photos and music by bands Gyasi and Lord Friday the 13th.
#guitarmonday on a Tuesday - She's a Rebel 2021 Edition
#guitarmonday is on a Tuesday this week. The song for this week is "And Then He Kissed Me" by The Crystals, and the post features photos Punk Rock Photography/H.N. James made at the She's A Rebel: A Tribute to Girl Groups show on Saturday, December 11th, 2021. All the performers are women, including the band.