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Tuesday, February 02, 2010

NYC doesn't lack for live music, or for photographers who capture those performances.

The Depreciation Guild performed at Union Hall last week, and so did Oh No Ono. Beach House played the Bell House, and so did the Spinto Band. Jonte, who is Grammy-winner Beyonce's choreographer, performed at Santos Party House. And we've got photos from all of them, plus a bunch more. Check out the slideshow below.

WNYC wants to see your photos, too! If you take pictures of live music, leave a message in the comments section, with a link to your Flickr account or website.

Jonte performed at Santos Party House in Chinatown on January 28.
Rebecca Smeyne
Jonte performed at Santos Party House in Chinatown on January 28.
The Wrens performed at the Bell House in Gowanus on January 27.
Kate Ehle/flickr
The Wrens performed at the Bell House in Gowanus on January 27.
The Crystal Method performed at Webster Hall in the Village on January 29.
Alexis Maindrault
The Crystal Method performed at Webster Hall in the Village on January 29.
Dill Dotson and and Chupabacabra Kings performed at the Rockwood Music Hall in the East Village on January 29.
Krista Fogle/flickr
Dill Dotson and and Chupabacabra Kings performed at the Rockwood Music Hall in the East Village on January 29.
Eli Paperboy Reed performed a Solo Set at the Bell House in Gowanus on January 29.
Jeremy Arambulo/flickr
Eli Paperboy Reed performed a Solo Set at the Bell House in Gowanus on January 29.
The Depreciation Guild performed at Union Hall in Park Slope on January 28.
Jonny Leather/flickr
The Depreciation Guild performed at Union Hall in Park Slope on January 28.
Team Robespierre performed at Don Pedro's in Williamsburg on January 28.
Rez Avissar/flickr
Team Robespierre performed at Don Pedro's in Williamsburg on January 28.
Truman Peyote performed at Don Pedro's in Williamsburg on January 28.
Rez Avissar/flickr
Truman Peyote performed at Don Pedro's in Williamsburg on January 28.
Oh No Ono performed at Union Hall in Park Slope on January 28.
Jonny Leather/flickr
Oh No Ono performed at Union Hall in Park Slope on January 28.
Beach House performed at the Bell House in Gowanus on January 26.
Joe Perez/Eye Bodega/flickr
Beach House performed at the Bell House in Gowanus on January 26.
At Sea performed at Spike Hill in Williamsburg on January 30.
Aya Rosen/flickr
At Sea performed at Spike Hill in Williamsburg on January 30.
DJ Krush performed at the Bowery Ballroom on the Lower East Side on January 26.
Greg Notch/flickr
DJ Krush performed at the Bowery Ballroom on the Lower East Side on January 26.
Tim Harrington of Les Savy Fav performed at Union Hall in Park Slope on January 26.
Taylor K. Long/flickr
Tim Harrington of Les Savy Fav performed at Union Hall in Park Slope on January 26.
The Spinto Band performed at the Bell House in Gowanus on January 30.
Joe Madonna/flickr
The Spinto Band performed at the Bell House in Gowanus on January 30.
Acclaimed pianist Matthew Shipp performs solo at Roulette on January 28.
Peter Gannushkin / DOWNTOWNMUSIC.NET
Acclaimed pianist Matthew Shipp performs solo at Roulette on January 28.
Jason Nazary performs with the Darius Jones Quartet at Roulette on January 26.
Peter Gannushkin / DOWNTOWNMUSIC.NET
Jason Nazary performs with the Darius Jones Quartet at Roulette on January 26.

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Raymond Haddad from New York

I took some very beautiful photos of a performance of Thunderbird American Indian Dances at the Theater for the New City on Sunday, Jan. 31. I'd like for you to use them if you wish. But they aren't on my website just yet -- my site is currently under construction. I'd be happy to email them to you. Just send me an e-mail and I'll forward the images to you. There are five photos in total.

thank you,
Raymond Haddad

Feb. 02 2010 11:10 AM

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