It’s the most wonderful time of the year
Setting the button to default
Sugar! Oh, honey honey . . .
Dancing until Christmas
Glad-handing New Jersey bards
They’re just getting warmed up
A soul bared
The lighting gods were not with our photographer Ed Spinelli during Saturday’s Afghan Whigs show at Metro, but the shadows do give the shots a Halloween flair. (Hey, over here at the IE offices we believe in turning pumpkins into pumpkin spice lattes.)
Concert preview: The Presets
Concert preview: Brandi Carlile, Rockie Fresh
Guitar album. No matter what precisely that means to you, it’s a tag that describes most of Bob Mould’s recorded output over the past three decades of making music.
Once again, the fiery Shirley Mason overshadows the rest of the boys in Garbage. Or, maybe it’s just that the camera of our photographer Timothy Hiatt couldn’t help but focus on the frontwoman during the band’s reunion stop at Metro on Tuesday.
Rare is the reunited band that comes back better than ever, but The Afghan Whigs have done just that.