Industrial metalheads Ministry have been touring their AmeriKKKant album for so long, they swept back through the DC area for a second taste of it at The Fillmore Silver Spring recently. Paivi shot the show.
New Zealand trio Alien Weaponry opened for industrial legends Ministry on the younger band’s first North American tour ever at The Fillmore Silver Spring recently. Paivi was there to shoot the show.
Meg Myers stunned The Anthem as part of the bill for the DC101 Office Party on Tuesday, previewing the soulful pop star’s rise to bigger stages.
Canadian bluegrass band The Dead South stopped by 9:30 Club recently on their Voices in Your Head Tour, riding a wave of chart success for their two studio albums. Paivi was there to shoot the show.
Christine and the Queens released Chris, the band’s second studio album, via Because Music in September. Héloïse Letissier dropped by to break out some dance moves in a sold-out concert at 9:30 Club on Sunday, and Paivi shot the show.
The Twilight Sad will release It Won’t Be Like This All the Time, the band’s fifth studio album, in January via Rock Action Records. Although the new album is not yet commercially available, the Scots dropped by U Street Music Hall to play a few new songs on Saturday, and Paivi shot the show.
Shirley Manson fronts Garbage at the Lincoln Theatre on Oct. 21, 2018. (Photos by Paivi; Words by Matt Fortwengler)
Garbage played to a sold-out crowd at the Lincoln Theatre Sunday, gracing us with the first of two nights of the Version 2.0 20th anniversary tour. This tour celebrates the multi-platinum selling and Grammy-nominated album that saw Garbage as one of the top alternative rock bands in the world.