This past weekend saw the inaugural edition of the Darker Waves festival take over Huntington Beach in Southern California, with New Order and Tears For Fears.
Music photographer Kevin Estrada captured David J, Kevin Haskins and Daniel Ash in action once again as Love and Rockets returned to Los Angeles.
The Sisters of Mercy played two shows at the Hollywood Palladium this month as part of the band’s first U.S. tour in 15 years. Here are photos from Kevin Estrada.
Concert photographer Kevin Estrada, fresh off chronicling Love and Rockets’ live return at the Cruel World festival, documented The Cure’s second Hollywood Bowl concert.
Check out a series of images by concert photographer Jason Zinn of Siouxsie’s very rare live set at the Cruel World festival on Sunday night.
Love and Rockets roared back to life this past weekend at the weather-abbreviated Cruel World festival in Pasadena, California. Check out these photos by Kevin Estrada.
Five days after shocking fans with a rare, unbilled live performance in London, former Cocteau Twins frontwoman Elizabeth Fraser surfaced again, showing up backstage at Garbage’s concert in Bristol on Friday night — much to the shock and delight of singer Shirley Manson. Two photos have now surfaced.
Blondie and Devo last night wrapped up their joint U.S. tour with a concert at the Chicago Theatre, and Debbie Harry marked the occasion today by tweeting this photo of the two bands backstage together. Blondie still has a few scattered U.S. dates planned in the coming weeks.
Now here’s something you don’t see every day: A snapshot of Billy Bragg and Morrissey — clad in knee-bearing shorts and some sort of floral or Hawaiian shirt, with his tongue jutting out — at Canada’s Wonderland amusement park in Toronto while on tour with The Smiths in 1985.
It’s not unusual, of course, for bands these days to set up on Twitter, but William Reid — one half of The Jesus and Mary Chain — wants to make it known that the seminal noise-pop group’s new @jamcofficial account is, well, official.
Let’s be honest: Can there be too many photos of Morrissey with a cat sitting on top of his head? Here’s another one.
No stranger to oddball photo shoots, Brit-rock iconoclast Morrissey appears on the cover of tomorrow’s Guardian Weekend magazine with a cat perched atop his unsmiling head for a feature headlined ‘Bigmouth strikes again: Morrissey lets rip.’
Morrissey fan site True To You today posted this 21-year-old photo of Moz (smiling, no less) and Rick Astley backstage at BBC’s ‘Top of the Pops,’ where the two appeared following the February 1989 release of their ‘The Last of the Famous International Playboys’ and ‘Hold Me In Your Arms’ singles, respectively.