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PORCHES., Pile, Grass is Green, Two Inch Astronaut, and Washer at Baby’s All Right

Dear EIS: You’re welcome. Also, thank YOU.

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FYF Fest 2015: Day 1

FYF Fest began in 2004 and gets bigger and better each year.

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Sun Club, Fake Palms, Fern Mayo, and Nap at Palisades

Sun Club recently announced their record, The Dongo Durango, will be released in October.

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Afropunk Festival 2015: Day 1

Afropunk manages to top themselves each year. We’re not sure how they do it but we really are grateful that they do.

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Sannhet, Uniform, and Alberich at Saint Vitus

The Brooklyn band known as Sannhet takes their name from the Norwegian word for “truth.”

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Mac DeMarco and Delicate Steve at Warsaw

Mac goes shirtless and crowd surfs during his final performance around NYC in August.

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Lower Dens and Empress Of at The Echo

Missed Lower Dens and Empress Of’s sold out show at The Echo? We’ve got images from the show right here.

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The Vaccines and BRONCHO at The Observatory

The Vaccines released their latest album, English Graffiti, earlier this year.

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Dazzletine, Railings, Terrible Terrible, and The Rizzos at Shea Stadium

Pittsburgh’s Dazzletine brought the glitter and glam to Shea Stadium last week.

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MusicfestNW 2015: Day 3

Musicfest NW closes with a Lady Lamb, a Modest Mouse, The Tallest Man on Earth, and more.

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Battles and Activator at Saint Vitus

Missed Battles last week? We’ve got photos from their show and they’ll headline Webster Hall in October.

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The Jesus and Mary Chain and A Place To Bury Strangers at The Fonda Theatre

Psychocandy turns 30 and JAMC celebrate with a North American tour.

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Emily Wells, Psychic Twin, and The Meaning of Life at Rough Trade NYC

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Baby In Vain, Kim & The Created, and Annie Girl and The Flight at The Echo

Baby In Vain end their US tour with a performance at The Echo in Los Angeles.

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Afropunk Festival 2015: Fancy Dress Ball

Afropunk 2015 featured an inaugural ball and two performances by the influential, unique, and seemingly ageless Grace Jones.