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Photos: Soccer Mommy, Helena Deland @ Saturn

Photos by: Madison Bullock –  Indie rock artist Soccer Mommy, who released her newest album, Sometimes, Forever, on June 24th, 2022 via Loma Vista, which was produced by Daniel Lopatin (Autre Ne Veut, Ducktails, Clinic, Okkyung Lee), performed at Saturn in Birmingham, Alabama last night (Nov. 18th) with Canadian art pop singer-songwriter Helena Deland, who released her … Continue reading

Photos: The Wrecks, Arlie @ Zydeco

Photos by: Madison Bullock –  Los Angeles-based pop-rock band The Wrecks, who released their newest album, Sonder, on June 10th, 2022 via Big Noise, which followed up their 2020 album, Infinitely Ordinary, performed at Zydeco in Birmingham, Alabama last night (Nov. 8th) with indie dance/rock band Arlie, who released their debut album, Break The Curse, on June … Continue reading

Photos: Jake Scott, Sam MacPherson, Brynn Cartelli @ Iron City

Photos by: Hayley Mikell – Indie artist Jake Scott, who released his newest album, Goldenboy, on June 25th, 2021, which followed up his 2020 album, If You Wanted It Too, performed at Iron City in Birmingham, Alabama last night (Oct. 23rd) with Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter Sam MacPherson, who released his newest EP, Songs for Sam, on October … Continue reading

Photos: Lucy Dacus, Crooks and Nannies @ Saturn

Photos by: Madison Bullock –  Indie Rock artist Lucy Dacus, who released her newest album, Home Video, on June 25th, 2021 via Matador, which featured the singles “Thumbs”, “Hot & Heavy”, “VBS”, “Brando”, and “Going Going Gone”, and which followed up her 2019 compilation EP, 2019, performed at Saturn in Birmingham, Alabama last night (Oct. 13th) with alternative/indie rock/pop band Crooks … Continue reading

Photos: Sammy Rae, The Collection @ Saturn

Photos by: Madison Bullock –  Alternative Indie Jazz/Rock artist Sammy Rae, who has released a string of new songs in 2022 including “If It All Goes South”, “For the Time Being (feat. Will Leet)”, and “Follow Me Like the Moon”, which followed up the release of her January 2021 EP, Let’s Throw a Party, performed at … Continue reading

Photos: Judah and the Lion, The National Parks @ Avondale Brewing Co.

Photos by: Madison Bullock –  Americana band Judah And The Lion, who released their newest album, Revival, on June 10th, 2022 via Cletus the Van, which featured the singles “Find Another Reason Why”, “Take a Walk”, and “Happy life”, and which followed up their 2019 album, Pep Talks, performed at Avondale Brewing Co. in Birmingham, Alabama … Continue reading

Photos: Snail Mail, Momma, Hotline TNT @ Saturn

Photos by: Madison Bullock –  Indie rock band Snail Mail, who released their newest album, Valentine, on November 5th, 2021 via Matador, which featured the singles “Valentine”, “Ben Franklin”, and “Madonna”, performed at Saturn in Birmingham, Alabama last night (Aug. 26th) with indie rock band Momma, who released their newest album, Household Name, on July 1st, 2022, and shoegaze/indie … Continue reading

Photos: Local Natives, Jordana @ Iron City

Photos by: Madison Bullock –  Los Angeles-based indie rock band Local Natives, who released their newest album, Violet Street, on April 26th, 2019 via Loma Vista, which was produced by Shawn Everett (Alabama Shakes, Kacey Musgraves, The War on Drugs, The Killers, and Julian Casablancas), performed at Iron City in Birmingham, Alabama last night (Aug. 19th) with bedroom pop … Continue reading

Photos: Mt. Joy, Madison Cunningham @ Avondale Brewing Co.

Photos by: Madison Bullock –  Indie folk-rock band Mt. Joy, who released their newest album, Orange Blood, on June 17th, 2022, which featured the singles “Orange Blood”, and “Lemon Tree”, performed at Avondale Brewing Co. in Birmingham, Alabama last night (June 21st) with folk pop-rock artist Madison Cunningham, who released her newest EP, Wednesday, in 2020, which features covers of … Continue reading

Photos: Mitski @ Iron City

Photos by: Harper Nichols – Indie Rock artist Mitski, who released her newest album, Laurel Hell, on February 4th, 2022 via Dead Oceans, which featured the singles “Working for the Knife”, “The Only Heartbreaker”, “Heat Lightning”, and “Love Me More”, performed at Iron City in Birmingham, Alabama last night (Feb. 21st).

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