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Concert

“Some sick part of me likes to get filled with dread and go out there and see what happens.”

Destroyer’s Dan Bejar talks about the freedom—and terror—of hitting the stage alone

July 19th, 2018

“Some sick part of me likes to get filled with dread and go out there and see what happens.”

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    Florence + The Machine, Blood Orange, Justice and more.

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    He’ll co-host a night of live music at the Bunkhouse with high-school friend and former Chapter 11 bandmate Clayton Scrivner.

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    The celebrated singer/actress enthralls a capacity audience with her dance moves, wardrobe changes, backing band and calls for unity and empowerment.

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    Also: Fantastic Negrito at Bunkhouse and Marshmello at EBC.

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    If you showed up expecting “Closer,” “Down In It” or “Hurt,” frontman Trent Reznor sent you home thirsty.

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    With its massive screen and targeted sound, Madison Square Garden’s Sphere moves concert-going into the future.

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    Festival tries to distance itself from notorious punk singer/bassist Fat Mike, who insulted victims of the Route 99 Harvest Festival shooting during his band's set.

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    Highlights included a history-heavy set from Crass, an ebullient Against Me!, a strangely preachy X and an inspired set from At The Drive-In.

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    The pop-punk trio proves its residency worth with an epic setlist and boundless energy.

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    Anyone who came to the MGM Grand to hear Simon’s marquee hits got exactly what they wanted, and more.

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    Highlights included an unexpected turn from Rise Against, an all-female mosh pit during a GBH set and L7's ferocious, day-stealing set.

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    This could be your last chance.

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    Wilderado, Mary Lattimore, Together Pangea and Bill Frisell.

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    The Irish quartet makes inspired use of technology and narrative visuals during the first of two local shows.

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    The foursome plays two at T-Mobile Friday and Saturday nights.

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    Also: Jimmy Eat World, Whitesnake and Ninja Sex Party

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    Also: Gillian Welch, Café Tacvba and … Neil DeGrasse Tyson?

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