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Concert Photography, Music

Photos: Hillside Festival 2016 – PUP, Andy Shauf, Ought, Dizzy, Teen Violence

Photos by: Dan Fischer –

Hillside Festival 2016 on July 22nd featured performances by Toronto-based punk band PUP, who released their second album, The Dream Is Over, on May 27th via Royal Mountain Records, which followed up their 2014 self-titled debut album, and which featured the singles “If This Tour Doesn’t Kill You, I Will”, and “DVP”, indie pop singer-songwriter Andy Shauf, who released his newest album, The Party, in May 2016, and more!

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PUP
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Andy Shauf
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Ought
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Dizzy
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Teen Violence
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