Photos by Timothy NorrisAn unlikely venue. Fans line the 3rd Street Promenade, a consumerist hub, to see the best post-punk band ever to arise from NYC art scene and take the stage in an Urban Outfitters.
Photos by Timothy NorrisScratch your head then shake your hips. Dntels perplexing but danceable opening set.
Photos by Timothy NorrisRight on target. The tools of precision rock.
Photos by Timothy NorrisA noticeably younger crowd awaits a band who began their ascent to success before most of these onlookers were potty trained.
Photos by Timothy NorrisUrban transmitters. The revered NYC band bring their ground-breaking rock to the fashionable stage.
Photos by Timothy NorrisTeenage riot in a public station/Gonna fight and tear it up in a hypernation for you.
Photos by Timothy NorrisPerfectly chaotic. Thurston wields a drumstick as a weapon of noisy destruction on one of his many guitars.
Photos by Timothy NorrisTheir heavy sound gets feet off the ground. Thurston catches some air on stage.
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Photos by Timothy NorrisKim Gordon on bass, contemplating her next move.
Photos by Timothy NorrisAnd the shimmying begins.
Shaking like a go-go dancer, Kim Gordon practically steals the show.
Photos by Timothy NorrisReady for your close up Lee? One of the faces of alt-rock.
Photos by Timothy NorrisKim gets around. Rockin the bass, belting vocals and don't forget the dancing.
Photos by Timothy NorrisThis punk-rock pixie just can't stop.
Photos by Timothy NorrisThe beat that binds. Steve Shelley lays down his hyper-competent beats, the glue that holds the whole noisy mess together.
Photos by Timothy NorrisDo You Believe in Rapture?
Photos by Timothy NorrisA little stage diving encouragement. Go ahead Lee, give the people what they want.
The crowd appears dazed after a satisfying set.
Photos by Timothy NorrisDon't mind the corporate aftertaste, independent radio lives!