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Preview: The Growlers at Brooklyn Bowl

By Will Oliver, September 26th 2017

Beach goth rockers The Growlers are no strangers to New York. It seems like every couple of months we can expect them to return to us here on the other coast (find coverage of their Terminal 5 performance this May).

They’re still touring hard in support of their 2106 album City Club (released via Cult Records) and will once again return to us for a trio of shows at Brooklyn Bowl this week on September 27, 28 and 29.

Not only do the band deliver a non-stop energetic rock performance, but they always dive deep into their catalog to offer a dynamic and lengthy setlist that never disappoints.

Tickets for the shows are currently still available here, but don’t wait to long on them, they won’t last much longer now.
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The Growlers at Terminal 5 (May 21, 2017)

By Anthony Bauer, June 8th 2017 — with 1 comment

On an absolutely gorgeous Saturday night in middle of May, The Growlers brought their California beach goth vibes back to New York City with a stellar performance at Terminal 5. The band has been out on the road in support of their latest album City Club which was released back in September of last year via Cult Records.

We were at their Webster Hall show last year and couldn’t imagine how they could top that performance, but Frontman Brooks Nielsen made it clear right of the bat that this would be a special night. The show was billed with no opener, so this technically was “An Evening with The Growlers” type situation where we got a really, really full set from the band (but we’ll get to that in a minute).
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The Growlers at Webster Hall (September 30, 2016)

By Will Oliver, December 5th 2016 — with 1 comment

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On September 30 (this guys birthday), The Growlers finished off a sold out two-night run in New York with a performance at Webster Hall (they played Music Hall of Williamsburg the night before). The stops came in support of their new Julian Casabalancas produced album City Club, which was also released via Casabalancas’ Cult Records.

The groups lineup has changed quite a bit on this tour, with only Brooks Nielsen, Matt Taylor and Kyle Straka remaining in the core lineup live. It was a bit jarring to see at first, but the new lineup did fill in just fine, and delivered a fine set of groovy beach goth that they’ve made their name with.

Find the setlist posted below, along with a gallery of photos from their performance.
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The Growlers at Irving Plaza (October 9, 2015)

By Will Oliver, January 9th 2016

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In October The Growlers returned to New York for a two-night stand at Irving Plaza, continuing support for their great 2014 release, Chinese Fountain.

The groups popularity has been steadily on the rise for years now, and the sold out crowd on hand for the October 9 completely ate from their hand proving that the momentum is still going strong. It was an impressive showing, one that has me excited for their new album and eventually more live shows in this new year.

Find some shots from their performance below.
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The Growlers at Baby’s All Right (March 7, 2015)

By Will Oliver, March 9th 2015 — with 1 comment

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The Growlers may be from Santa Ana, California, but for the past five nights, the band has taken over Brooklyn’s Baby’s All Right for a set of sold out shows. On Saturday night I caught the fourth show of the residency, a very late night set that ran almost to 3 a.m. (or 4 a.m. with daylight savings). It was very much a party all around, with a lively set from openers Broncho.
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Photos: The Growlers at Bowery Ballroom (September 18, 2014)

By Will Oliver, September 23rd 2014 — with 2 comments

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All photos by Daniel Topete

Last Thursday night California band Growlers played Bowery Ballroom in support of their new album Chinese Fountain, which is released today. The show featured an opening set from fellow Cali duo The Garden, which consists of twin brothers Fletcher and Wyatt Shears.

Daniel Topete was there to capture photos of both The Growlers and The Garden. Find his shots posted below.
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Best Songs of 2017: Anthony’s Picks

By Anthony Bauer, January 11th 2018

This ‘top 100 songs of 2017’ post could have easily been ‘top 200 songs of 2017’ due to the insane (yet absolutely amazing) amount of great music that was released this past year.  While it is near impossible to listen to it all, here were my favorite 100 songs from 2017 (with a bonus 5, because… why not?):
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Favorite Concert Photos of 2017

By Will Oliver, January 3rd 2018

Yeah Yeah Yeahs at Kings Theatre (November 7)

If nothing else, we covered more shows in 2017 than ever before. In addition to my usual show-going madness, we had a great number of contributions from our amazing team of photographer friends here on the site both old and new. From the major festivals to the arena show, to the tiniest DIY club, we tried to be everywhere and anywhere that good music flowed.

Below are just a handful of some of the shots that our cameras snapped in 2017, listed in chronological order, along with the link to the show coverage and the appropriate credit. Thanks to everyone on the small but growing We All Want Someone team for their contributions and for you the readers for giving us the motivation to keep fighting the good fight.

Without further ado, here are some of our favorite live shots from 2017 (we will have a list ranking our top shows coming later today as well)
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Delicate Steve at Brooklyn Bowl (July 6, 2017)

By Anthony Bauer, July 11th 2017 — with 1 comment

All photos by Anthony Bauer

Delicate Steve has been everywhere this year and we aren’t complaining one bit. We caught his solo show earlier in the year around the time his wonderful new album This Is Steve was released via Anti Records and were ecstatic when we found he he was coming back for another headlining gig at Brooklyn Bowl on July 6.

This year alone we have seen him at his solo gig back in February, sitting in with The Growlers at T5, and most recently, with Yeasayer at Prospect Park – and we have a feeling it won’t be the last. This show at Brooklyn Bowl though felt like one big party with good vibes at an all time high. From both of the openers to Steve, most of the members in every band that played were all from Brooklyn which made this show an absolute blast.
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