The Observatory

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Photos: Banks @ The Observatory

Photos by: Julie Shaw – R&B/Pop artist Banks, who released her newest album, Serpentina, on April 8th, 2022 via AWAL, which featured the singles “The Devil”, “Skinnydipped”, “Holding Back”, “I Still Love You”, “Meteorite”, and “Deadend”, performed at The Observatory in Santa Ana, California last night (May 27th).

Photos: The Band Camino, Flor, Hastings @ The Observatory

Photos by: Julie Shaw – Nashville-based indie rock band The Band Camino, who released their self-titled debut album on September 10th, 2021, which featured the singles “Roses”, “1 Last Cigarette”, “Sorry Mom”, and “Know It All”, performed at The Observatory in Santa Ana, California last night (April 9th) with indie pop band Flor, who is … Continue reading

Photos: Devendra Banhart @ The Observatory

Photos by: Andrew Gomez – Folk-Rock singer-songwriter Devendra Banhart, who released his ninth album, Ape in Pink Marble, on September 23rd, 2016 via Nonesuch, which featured the singles “Middle Names”, and “Saturday Night”, performed at the Observatory in Santa Ana, California last night.  

Photos: Josh Garrels, Zach Winters @ The Observatory

Photos by: Amanda Cain – Folk singer-songwriter Josh Garrels, who released his seventh album, Home, on April 7th, 2015, which he recorded and self-produced in his home studio, and which is the follow-up album to his critically acclaimed 2011 album and subsequent documentary Love & War & the Sea in Between, performed at The Observatory in Santa Ana, CA … Continue reading

Photos: Saosin with Anthony Green, Taken, Souvenirs @ The Observatory

Photos by: Christian Gonzalez – Newly reunited post-hardcore band Saosin, who’s last album, In Search of Solid Ground, was released on September 8th, 2009 via Virgin, performed at The Observatory in Santa Ana, CA last night with lead singer Anthony Green, whose other band Circa Survive released their fifth album, Descensus, on November 24th, 2014 via Sumerian … Continue reading

Photos: Cold War Kids, Avid Dancer @ The Observatory

Photos by: Julio de la Torre –  Long Beach, CA-based indie rock band Cold War Kids, who released their fifth album, Hold My Home, on October 21st, 2014 via Downtown Records, which was co-produced by Lars Stalfors (The Mars Volta, Funeral Party, Matt and Kim), and features Modest Mouse drummer Joe Plummer, who is now a permanent member, performed … Continue reading

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