We Went To Daft Punk’s Pop-Up Shop

Open for one week at Maxfield on Melrose

February 15th, 2017
David Fisch

In conjunction with Daft Punk’s performance with crooner The Weeknd at this year’s pretty solid Grammy Awards held at Staples Center, the electronic duo/overlords decided to open a pop-up shop in West Hollywood to show off all of the merchandise they’ve been steadily releasing since 2013’s Random Access Memories dropped.
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Photo Gallery: Dorothy @ The Troubadour

Tearing it up at the infamous sold -out venue

February 2nd, 2017
Kelly Rosales

Dorothy’s debut album, ROCKISDEAD, was hands down one of my top ten albums of the year, so I was very excited to be part of the sold-out crowd when the band performed at the iconic Troubadour. Dorothy Martin (lead vocals), DJ Black (guitar), Gregg Cash (bass), and Dylan Howard (drums) put on a great performance for their LA fans, and I was able to capture some of that magic.
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Photo Gallery: AFI @ The Troubadour

A sold-out crowd packed the intimate venue

January 23rd, 2017
Katherine Seibert

“Through Our Bleeding, We Are One!” The battle cry of The Despair Faction grew louder and louder, filling the walls of the Troubadour moments before AFI took the stage on Friday night.
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Photo Gallery: Katherine Seibert’s Best of 2016

The best shots from the best shows

December 15th, 2016
Katherine Seibert

“Music expresses that which cannot be said and on which it is impossible to be silent.” – Victor Hugo

Music has the power to transcend time, language, and culture. Music has the ability to touch people at their core and speak to their emotions. 2016 has been an emotionally difficult year, and live music allowed people to escape reality, even if just for a moment. It’s difficult to narrow this year’s shows down to a top 10 list, but here are some of my favorite shots from 2016.
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