Shots You Snapped

Monday, July 19, 2010

This week Matt and Kim, Harlem and others rocked Coney Island's Siren Fest, Small Black and Beach Fossil played the Mercury Lounge and Murder City Devils appeared down at the Wlliamsburg Waterfront.

Jamaican reggae was the rage at the Soja show at the Music Hall of Williamsburg and Natalie Merchant crooned her shanty tunes tothe hushed crowd at Town Hall.

We weren't there, but fortunately you were. Check out the slideshow of photos you sent in from these shows, and more.

If you see live music in NYC, send us your pictures! Include a link to your website or Flickr in the comments below, or email

Small Black at the Mercury Lounge on July 14th
Don D'aries
Small Black had a not-so-small show at the Mercury Lounge on July 14th.
Kim of Matt and Kim
Devyn Manibo
Kim of Matt and Kim conducts the crowd at Siren Fest on July 17th.
Edwina Hay
A member of Silverghost in Gold at the Williamsburg Waterfront pool party on July 18th
Greg Notch
Jamaican Reggae band Soja played at the Music Hall of Williamsburg on July 16th.
Jonny Leather
Murder City Devils bandmember shows off his tonsils at the Williamsburg Waterfront on July 18th.
Marissa Paternoster of the Screaming Females plays with Ted Leo and the Pharmacists
Devyn Manibo
Ted Leo and The Pharmacists invited Marissa Paternoster of the Screaming Females to play with them at Siren Fest. They didn’t anticipate that she would try to eat her mic.
Greg Notch
Sultry Natalie Merchant played at Town Hall on July 15th.
Golden Triangle
Georgia Kral
Golden Triangle played in golden light at South Street Seaport on July 16th.
The Loom at Mercury Lounge
Jonny Leather
The Loom plays the french horn on July 14th at Mercury Lounge.
Dustin Payseur of the band Beach Fossils
Georgia Kral
Dustin Payseur of Beach Fossils played at the Mercury Lounge on July 14th.
William Ruben Helms
Hank & Cupcakes cellist at Pianos on July 17th.
Devyn Manibo
Harlem comes to Coney Island at SIren Festival on July 17th.
The Holy F**ks at Siren Festival
Diana Wong
The Holy F**ks made music from strange devices at Siren Fest.
Edwina Hay
A member of Obits cools down the crowd in the hot sun at the Williamsburg Waterfront on July 18th


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