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The word “history” almost feels wrong in reference to these concert photos. These shots are urgent, visceral, immediate; you can almost hear the guitars and feel the sweaty heat of the crowds.

Punks in Vegas celebrates eight years with a killer local band photo show

August 8th, 2019

The word “history” almost feels wrong in reference to these concert photos. These shots are urgent, visceral, immediate; you can almost hear the guitars and feel the sweaty heat of the crowds.

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