All in "music photography"
L7: Bricks Are Heavy 30th Anniversary Tour, Night 1
Punk Rock Photography goes to see and photograph the band L7 on the first night of the Bricks Are Heavy 30th Anniversary tour. Our humble narrator has been listening to this album for 30 years and it still feels like the first time, every time. Punk Rock Photography wants to be L7 when it grows up.
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.
Surfin' on Dry Land
Punk Rock Photography photographed The Surfrajettes and Volk at the Exit/In in Nashville. Cowpunk and Surfrock, yeehaw! A rockin' time was had enjoying the dulcet sounds of these bands. Enjoy the photos and check out these bands!
#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: A Place to Bury Strangers edition
Punk Rock Photography goes to Denver and photographs a great show by Denver band Polly Urethane & Rusty Steve as well as headliners A Place to Bury Strangers. A loud and thrashy post-punk time was had by all!
#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: Going Glamping edition
Punk Rock Photography was out at Mercy Lounge Nashville on Friday, February 25th, for the Glamper album release show. The post talks about losing one's cool, music, and includes photos of the performers from the evening including Glamper, Amanda Stone, and comedian Brat Sativa. Also, Punk Rock Photography really hates red light.
#guitarmonday: Small Venue edition
Photos of a weekend of live music in Nashville in teeny venues - featuring Lance Whalen and the Serpenteens, and venues The 5Spot and The Springwater Supper Club. Includes music by these artists and a song for #guitarmonday by The Screaming Females.
#guitarmonday: Punk's Not Dead edition
Music by War on Women and images of punk bands Secondself, MakeWar, and Teenage Bottle Rocket performing live in Nashville on 6.23.21.