Lemon Twigs Live Shots

Serendipity at its finest. I magically swung tickets to a sold out show at the Music Hall of Williamsburg to see one of The Lemon Twigs first major gigs in the wake of their debut album release Do Hollywood. Bumped into photographer Andy DeLuca there, and after a beer- and classic-rock-fueled editing session at the East Village Social, we came up with the below bad boys.

Truth is, there was no editing necessary. The Addario brothers are just as photogenic on stage as they are shockingly talented for their teenage years. But having their live performance still fresh in our minds — the Pete Townshend-like stage antics and their retro art rock and roll sound — we couldn’t help but get a little carried away with filters reminiscent of the times the Lemon Twigs music so expertly channels.

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wolfmother on stage webster hall

Andrew Stockdale once said..  “…you gotta go wild. you gotta rock out. … we’re always trying to get that kind of reckless abandon, out-of-body experience—where you just lose yourself to it.” If that’s what Wolfmother is after, then the band could definitely go home feeling Victorious after Friday’s show at Webster Hall.

The dimly-lit Marlin Room was in a rock and roll-induced euphoria during their show in support of their latest album, Victorious—a triumphant return of the heavy hitting, riff-centric sound that put Wolfmother on the map. Stockdale absolutely shredded, putting everything he had into the performance, and made his newly released material rock just as hard as his hits.

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Wolfmother is Once Again Victorious

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