Shots You Snapped

Monday, July 26, 2010

Last week Die Antwoord opened for M.I.A. on Governor's Island, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros played at Webster Hall, and Free Energy played at South Street Seaport.

Crowded House played at Bowery Ballroom, Sleep Crime played at Trash Bar, and father and son Loudon and Rufus Wainwright united at the Prospect Park bandshell.

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

Rebecca Smeyne
M.I.A. smooches the crowd at Governors Island on July 24th
Greg Notch/flickr
Crowded House played to a crowded Bowery Ballroom on July 19th
Matt Karp/flickr
Edward Sharpe of Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros at Webster Hall on July 23rd
Rebecca Smeyne
Rye Rye caught mid-skip at Governors Island on July 24th
Edwina Hay
The Death Set band member waves his drum set in front of the crowd at the Williamsburg Waterfront on July 25th
Rebecca Smeyne
Boblog at the Knitting Factory, where apparently, there was not too much knitting going on
Mike Skliar
Father and son musical duo Loudon and Rufus Wainwright played July 20th at the Prospect Park Bandshell
Edwina Hay
Dam Funk gets in the the groove at Knitting Factory in Brooklyn on July 20th
Jonny Leather/flickr
Medications played at Littlefield in Brooklyn on July 23rd
Aya Rosen
The metal band Sleep Crime looks pretty sweet at Trash Bar
Matt Karp/flickr
The acccordion player of Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros performed on July 23rd at Webster Hall


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Comments [1]

georgia from bk

Pretty sure that pic was taken when MIA was spitting on a photog, not "smooching" someone...

Jul. 28 2010 10:54 AM

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