Double exposure on Ilford Delta-400 Professional 120 Black & White Negative Film. Shot with Mamiya 645. Circa 2007.
Double Exposure on Ilford Plus 400 35mm Negative Film. Shot with Nikon N80. Circa 2009.
I shot this portrait of Laban while I was interning for him during the winter of 2013. The photo recently ran alongside an interview with Laban in the new music issue of VEG NEWS.
Mystery Actions played well for their first ever live performance at Liar’s Club in Chicago with The Jetbirds, Quiet Hollers, and Chief Ghoul. Their songwriting needs some development, however the punk theatrics may compensate for musical prowess.
The Jetbirds played Liar’s Club in Chicago on April 24, 2013 with Quiet Hollers, Chief Ghoul, and Mystery Actions. The band played a full set riddled with minor equipment issues that almost lead Max to anger-smash his guitar, however the boys pulled through and played an awesome show full of songs from their upcoming album, Evolved Animal, and a few selects from their last EP, Suicide Love Songs.
Quiet Hollers are an Alternative Country/Indie Rock band from Louisville, Kentucky. This band puts on by far one of my favorite live performances as of late. At Liar’s Club in Chicago on April 24, 2013, Quiet Hollers played with The Jetbirds, Chief Ghoul, and Mystery Actions.