Tailspin and Weval were the perfect combo for a summer night show, with Meow Wolf embodying the visuals for the music created from these artists. Tailspin opened the show on Tuesday night as the flow of fans came in after grabbing drinks just outside the door. The hypnotic dance beats and the ever-changing interactive floor patterns made for loosening up anyone standing still. Phones were soon out to capture anyone who was dancing along to the patterns on the ground to fill the empty spaces on the dance floor. When the beat would drop, you’d see people jumping onto a…
Author: Irma Ali
Photos: Weval Featuring: Weval & Tailspin Meow Wolf – Denver, CO 6/21/22 Photos by: Irma Ali Weval Tailspin
You Me at Six headlined the Marquis Theater on March 4th and for a Monday night, there was such a great turn out.
Sum 41’s Don’t Call It A Sum-Back Tour has been a long time making. After having so much success with a Grammy nomination and the longest running tour of their career, Sum 41 had not only lost their spark, but they almost lost vocalist and guitarist Deryck Whibley. However, after years of soul searching, that flame was brought back tenfold. As Whibley was once again sober and out of physical therapy, he assembled his bandmates to begin on their new record. Whibley’s time through his recoveries were filled with writing material that has been used for the group’s sixth full-length album, 13 Voices, and this tour is their triumphant return!
Pierce The Veil brought the Made to Destroy Tour to the Atlanta Tabernacle concert hall on October 7 with an estimated over 1,000 devoted fans in attendance. Throughout the night, the band played quite a bit of material from their new album, Misadventures to their diehard audience of all ages – young pre-teens to adults’ faces were lit up the entirety of Friday night.
On Wednesday, July 29th, I attended and photographed the Shot Boys of Summer tour at the Masquerade Atlanta, with the headlining band of State Champs. The lineup also included Hit the Lights, Tiny Moving Parts, Let It Happen, and Northbound. Each band provided energy for the full venue that lit up the stage the entire night. Be sure to check out Northbound; I had never heard their live set before and it was absolutely amazing. What started out as an acoustic solo project with lead singer, Jonothan Fraser, has blossomed into an easycore pop-punk group.