Meghan McCabe
Meghan McCabe
Meghan McCabe is a photographer based in New York City. More of her work is available at meghanameliaphoto.com.


Emo alt rockers Basement draw a loyal fanbase to Irving Plaza in New York City (with Nothing and Teenage Wrist)

Alt rock/emo/pop punk/post hardcore/whatever heavy hitters Basement took over Irving Plaza in NYC Wednesday night and sent the crowd flying over each other in an attempt to scream the lyrics back into singer Andrew Fisher’s face. Continue Reading

1 year ago

The Sheepdogs showcase classic 70’s rock’n’roll at their New York City show at Le Poisson Rouge

Tossing out some serious 70s vibes with their embroidered jumpers, brown suits, dungarees, and thick mustaches, Canadian rock ‘n’ roll band, The Sheepdogs tackled Le Poisson Rouge, last Friday night. Continue Reading

2 years ago

Slayer, Lamb of God and Anthrax lead a heavy lineup of metal at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Connecticut

Testament, Behemoth, Anthrax, Lamb of God, and F*ckin’ Slayer. I can’t believe a line up this insane is even legal. In my constant running from photo pit to my nosebleed seats, I was dodging puddles of blood on the floor and the halls of Mohegan Sun’s arena were echoing with metal heads chanting and hollering for their favorite band, SLAYERRR! Continue Reading

2 years ago

Albert Hammond Jr. plays a whimsical and charismatic show at Brooklyn Steel, with the Marias

Rainbow colored lasers danced around Brooklyn Steel as Albert Hammond Jr. put on what seemed to be an effortless yet energetic and almost whimsical set. An extremely charismatic performer, he occupied just about every empty space on the stage, including on top of the guitar monitors! Continue Reading

2 years ago

Lights brings a big crowd and colorful, strobe-heavy stage show to Irving Plaza in New York City

I arrived to the Lights show right on time and I ended up still missing the first act because of the massive, block wrapping line she had at her show at Irving Plaza, Monday night. Continue Reading

3 years ago

Vince Staples gives a fierce performance at Madison Square Garden, alongside Tyler, The Creator

The House lights dimmed and a countdown displayed onstage. 7 minutes until Vince Staples. The numbers start falling, ominous, droning music begins playing and the audience screamed in anticipation. Continue Reading

3 years ago

Say Anything sell out two dates at Irving Plaza on their In Defense Anniversary Tour

After a series of cancelled shows due to illness, Say Anything’s first night back on their In Defense Anniversary Tour brought the house down. Every song, the audience rang out in full volume every lyric. Several time throughout the night, frontman Max Bemis would stop singing entirely and let the crowd of doting fans finish, what seemed like, whole stanzas of lyrics for him. Continue Reading

3 years ago

Cannibal Corpse tear down Irving Plaza in New York City, 30 years into their career

Cannibal Corpse tore down Irving Plaza Wednesday night to celebrate the release of their newest record “Red Before Black”. After almost 30 years of being one of the biggest names in death metal, they are still grinding out insane and fresh content, which is impressive to say the least. Continue Reading

3 years ago

Hatebreed headline a night of hardcore metal at Worcester, MA’s Palladium (with Twitching Tongues, Code Orange and Dying Fetus)

The line at the Palladium wrapped around the block as people waited to be let in to see one of the hardest tours of the year: Twitching Tongues, Code Orange, Dying Fetus, and Hatebreed. Continue Reading

3 years ago

Australian genre-benders Chase Atlantic sell-out the Rockwood Music Hall in New York City, with De’Wayne Jackson

A line of freezing fans wrapped around the block, waiting in anticipation for the moment they finally get let in. People of all ages came out to see Chase Atlantic play a sold out show at Rockwood Music Hall, including quite a few whom I saw try to get in without tickets, with no such luck. Continue Reading

3 years ago
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