Hall of Fame

  • Bands I've Seen Four Times or More:
    • Arcade Fire
    • Nicole Atkins & The Sea
    • Beck
    • Black Angels
    • Black Hollies
    • Bloc Party
    • Blur
    • Broken Social Scene
    • The Brunettes
    • Clap Your Hands Say Yeah
    • Cults
    • Death Cab for Cutie
    • The Decemberists
    • The Dig
    • Doves
    • The Duke Spirit
    • Dum Dum Girls
    • Editors
    • Feist
    • Franz Ferdinand
    • French Kicks
    • Gorillaz
    • Grand National
    • The Grates
    • Holy Fuck
    • Immaculate Machine
    • Langhorne Slim
    • Les Sans Culottes
    • Love Is All
    • Kaiser Chiefs
    • Mates of State
    • Kate Nash
    • Neko Case
    • The New Pornographers
    • Northern State
    • Nouvellas
    • The Parlor Mob
    • Pavement
    • Phoenix
    • The Pipettes
    • The Puppini Sisters
    • Radiohead
    • The Rakes
    • Ra Ra Riot
    • Eli "Paperboy" Reed & The True Loves
    • The Roots
    • Royksopp
    • Salt & Samovar
    • Secret Machines
    • The Shins
    • Slow Club
    • Sons & Daughters
    • Bruce Springsteen
    • Supergrass
    • They Might Be Giants
    • Tilly & The Wall
    • The Tings Tings
    • Titus Andronicus
    • Vampire Weekend
    • Yeah Yeah Yeahs
    • Yo La Tengo

Guitar Pick Recipients

  • Recipients of the MusicSnobbery.com Guitar Pick
    • Damon Albarn
    • Nicole Atkins
    • Win Butler of Arcade Fire
    • Laura Cantrell
    • Sharin Foo of The Raveonettes
    • Inara George of The Bird & The Bee
    • Justin Hayward-Young of The Vaccines
    • Dave Hollinghurst of Nicole Atkins & The Sea
    • Ivan Howard of The Rosebuds
    • Dev Hynes of Lightspeed Champion
    • Sam Isaac
    • JayMay
    • Alex Kapranos of Franz Ferdinand
    • Langhorne Slim
    • Sondre Lerche
    • Emanuel Lundgren of I'm From Barcelona
    • Moby
    • David Moltz of Salt & Samovar
    • Peter Morén of Peter Bjorn & John
    • Keith Murray of We Are Scientists
    • Kate Nash
    • Carl Newman of The New Pornographers
    • Jack Peñate
    • Juanita Stein of Howling Bells
    • Anna Ternheim
    • Sune Rose Wagner of The Raveonettes
    • Katie White of The Ting Tings
    • Björn Yttling of Peter Bjorn & John

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October 07, 2007



so the first time you saw them was summer stage? they had easily played nyc 4-5 times before that...loser.


thank you thank you THANK YOU for so many amazing pictures... especially of will, our birthday boy! i never get pictures of him because he's always too all over the place. these are fantastic. <3


Nice pics Chris. Hey jojo, why you got be a hater?

check out this video of the second encore!!


Melissa S.

Hey Hey... I've got video as well. I fortunately was front and center and while my video might not be as clear, I do have Win's face perfectly in view. I could have touched him if I wanted.


Enjoy everyone.

-Melissa S.


Awesome videos, Mel and Casio.


um. walk back maybe? it took 25 min


Great post! Getting there was a 15 minute, 15 dollar cab ride from the Upper East Side, no problem. Getting back was a horrific, 45 minute walk across the Triborough Bridge among a group of about 5000 crowded onto a walkway that could accommodate 3 across in a crowd that kept stopping for no good reason (yeah there was a traffic light, I know). I'd probably do it again for 4 of my favorite bands, but would leave earlier next time. But was there any good reason this couldn't have happened at Keyspan Park like the Daft Punk show?


I didn't mind the walk back across the bridge so much. It was a relief to get up on the Triborogh and finally feel a breeze. Yeah, there were some annoying stops and starts, but it was still way less of a hassle than any of the other options. Those buses looked like hell.

Your shots are amazing, Chris. I was there for the whole thing -- my writeup (accompanied by my feeble snaps from the crowd) is here:



Hey, I'm not being a hater (I was at the show to see them after all) but why is everyone on the internet babbling about how transcendental this show was? The Arcade Fire is a solid band and the set design was really good but, frankly, for having ten-abouts people on the stage you'd expect a lot more and I've seen plenty of shows with better sets. And as for antics and energies, les drummer boys deux that night have nothing on Tim Harrington of Les Savy Fav.

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