Photos and Review by Chris Besaw Friday night the quiet little town of Camillus was anything but that when the Town Shop @ 67 Main Street hosted A Festivus For The Rest of Us featuring some of the Syracuse area’s veteran and upcoming punk bands. Located in the heart of Camillus, The Town Shop is... Continue Reading →
Mourning Noise Mourning Noise played their first show after 24 years at Steve Zing's Black Friday charity bash. Pictured here is Mourning Noise and Marra's Drug Please enjoy a selection of photos from this show shot by Tanner Rawleigh
Photos and Review by Tanner Rawleigh Ice Nine Kills brought a taste of "Horrorwood" to Rochester this past Wednesday, bringing their "Hip To Be Scared" tour to Anthology in Rochester New York. They brought along with them, Bad Omens, Currents and Fame on Fire. I was unable to get to the media area for Fame... Continue Reading →
Photos and Review: Chris Besaw This past Tuesday November 23, with seasonally cold temperatures in full effect, the Rec Room in downtown Buffalo was a hot spot to check out some up and coming metal and hardcore bands. The bill featured the Iowa based metal band, Vended, with support from Omerta, Hazing Over and... Continue Reading →
2021 Fall Tour Off With Their Heads THICK Lost Horizon Syracuse, NY 11/13/21 Check out photo highlights from the show taken by Chris Besaw, house photographer for St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheater at Lakeview and Syracuse Music Collective.
Photos and Review by Tanner Rawleigh Mom Jeans brought their fall tour to Syracuse at the Westcott Theater this past Wednesday. The bill was stacked with four bands that all brought their own unique mixture of audio and visual art that left the sold out audience craving more. Save Face opened the night, wasting no... Continue Reading →
Review by Kelly Besaw Photos by Chris Besaw The Flaming Lips along with special guest Particle Kid made a stop at the Crouse Hinds Theater in Syracuse, NY Friday November 12. Both bands brought a blend of auditory and visual performance art to an enthusiastic bunch of fans. Particle Kid, fronted by Micah Nelson, kicked... Continue Reading →
Photos and Review by Jeff Lasich On Tuesday November 9, the Bad Religion/Alkaline Trio tour landed in Pittsburgh, PA at Stage AE. This is another tour that had to be rescheduled due to the world shutting down for over a year. But distance makes the heart grow fonder. An almost sold out venue eagerly... Continue Reading →