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Pamela Wang
Pamela Wang
Pamela Wang is a photographer/writer from Los Angeles, CA currently based in Brooklyn, NY. Find more information about her and her work at pamelawwang.com and facebook.com/pwwphotography.


Surf Curse Plays A High Energy, Sold-Out Show at Rough Trade NYC (with Teen Body and Dirt Buyer)

Early this October, Surf Curse played a sold-out show at Rough Trade in Brooklyn, NY. The band was supported by Teen Body and Dirt Buyer.

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Two Door Cinema Club Plays a Vibrant, Energetic Show at The Hammerstein Ballroom in NYC

Two Door Cinema Club hit New York City with a powerfully energetic show at The Manhattan Center Hammerstein Ballroom this past month. The band was accompanied by Overcoats, a badass, electronic-pop duo from New York.  

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1 month ago

Wallows play two sold out, hometown shows at The Fonda Theatre in LA (with Slow Hollows)

After a few months of touring, Wallows finally made it home to play two sold-out nights at The Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles, CA. Similarly, attending night one was a homecoming of my own, as it was my first show back in LA after a grueling couple of months in New York. It was a great experience to see the band for the first time at a hometown show, especially since their music has always reminded me of California. Supported by Slow Hollows, Wallows played an incredible show filled with exciting moments and explosive energy. Continue Reading

Bad Suns turn Brooklyn Steel into a house party, complete with balloons and crowd surfing (with Carlie Hanson)

Whenever an L.A. band rolls into town, I get a strong urge to go and see them perform. It’s like a part of me desires the connection in order to curb the homesickness I occasionally get. Los Angeles natives, Bad Suns, performed at Brooklyn Steel in New York last Thursday. They began touring early this April to promote their new record, Mystic Truth, which was released on March 22. What was so great about the show was the energy that was radiated from the stage. I felt like I was at home. Continue Reading

“Sad boy meets raver” Yoshi Flower performs at Elsewhere Zone One (with Rebounder and KennyHoopla)

Yoshi Flower performed at Elsewhere Zone One in Brooklyn, NY this past weekend, supported by Rebounder, and KennyHoopla. Continue Reading

Soccer Mommy sells out two nights at the Music Hall of Williamsburg (with Ratboys)

Soccer Mommy played two sold-out shows at the Music Hall of Williamsburg in Brooklyn earlier this December, with support from indie rock band Ratboys. Continue Reading

Kodaline play New York’s Irving Plaza in support of their third album, “Politics of Living”

Kodaline performed at Irving Plaza in New York City after several shows along the East coast. With the recent release of their record Politics of Living, the band has been on a staggering rise to fame. As a follower of the band since 2013, I was super excited to hear that they were releasing a third album. Continue Reading

Young The Giant continue their national tour in support of “Mirror Masters” with a show at Brooklyn Steel

Young the Giant (YTG) set out on their 2018 North American tour in late October. With the recent release of their new album Mirror Masters, there has been a great deal of buzz and anticipation in regards to the tour, merch, and everything in between. Continue Reading

The Neighbourhood make up for slow openers in Brooklyn with an exciting show of confidence and smooth vocals

Photos by Pamela Wang, words by Ava Scott

People must have waited hours to get in the venue first, hoping to get those center barricade spots to see The Neighbourhood. Though I was an hour early to the venue, I was one of the last people to enter when doors opened at 7:00pm. I wonder if those people who had waited all day for their perfect places were disappointed that they had to wait there through not one but two opening acts before The Neighbourhood came on. Continue Reading

1 year ago

Slow Hollows, Crosslegged and Stevie Wolf bring soulful, rich sounds to Brooklyn’s Baby’s All Right

Drained after a long week, I sat on the bus thinking about the next four hours and what was to come. The facts: Slow Hollows was playing at Baby’s All Right in Brooklyn, NY. Doors, 8 pm. On the bus, the silence was peaceful yet deafening. Just me, a woman in her mid-thirties or early forties, and the bus driver. 7 pm on a Friday night. En route, a wave of nerves hit me. I had not been to a show in over two months. The silence persisted and continued to linger up until I arrived at the venue. I was home. Continue Reading

1 year ago
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