Many thanks to Erin who took some photos and videos from tonight’s We Are Scientists show at The Haunt in Ithaca, NY.
Her videos from the show are on her Instagram page: http://instagram.com/ehenric1
And here’s what they played:
I Don’t Bite
What You Do Best
Rules Don’t Stop
Make It Easy
Lyynks Music: CENTER STAGE: DESCENDING INTO MADNESS WITH WE ARE SCIENTISTS
“We Are Scientists have a reputation for dropping hilarious videos that take our breath away, and in person they didn’t disappoint. Seriousness was not part of the agenda as we talked about a random assortment of topics ranging from Destro’s metal head to celebrities that are (allegedly) secretly bald.”
We Are Scientists played at the Beauty Bar in Las Vegas on September 6, 2014.
Here are some of my photos from that very hot evening (full set on Flickr):
Here’s what I filmed:
Return The Favor:
Almost forgot to post the set list:
The ones that they didn’t play from this list were “Central AC” and “Dinosaurs”
We Are Scientists opened for The Rentals at the Fonda Theatre in Hollywood on September 5, 2014.
Here’s some of my photos (the full set is at Flickr):
Keith played with The Rentals:
And there was lots of press at this show- here’s their reviews and photos:
The Owl Mag
I only filmed “Lethal Enforcer” during this show:
The last of the California run of shows was in San Diego at the Casbah on May 10 (Keith’s birthday!!!). We got Matt Sharp again at this one – can this just be a normal thing you’ll always do for any Southern California show, guys? (Chick Lit sounds a hundred times better with Matt on it.)
I didn’t take a lot of photos from this one and only a few came out ok:
The rest of them are on Flickr.
And a good review of the show:
Listen Hear: Tour Review: We Are Scientists, PAWS (San Diego)
I’ve never taken this many videos at a We Are Scientists show and I generally hate being that person at shows who films too much, but I couldn’t help going overboard anyway for this show because I knew it’d be my last one from them for a while. Enjoy all NINE of ’em:
Take An Arrow
I knew this show in LA was going to be good but I never expected that it was going to be as crazy unbelievable as it was. Four days later, I’m still grinning about it. It was phenomenal.
So here’s some of the photos I shot:
And the set list:
The rest of them are here on Flickr.
The local music blogs did an outstanding job in capturing this unforgettable night:
Samantha Saturday for LA Record
Kelsey Heng for Buzzbands LA
And more posts about the show:
Fender: We Are Scientists Pay Homage to Weezer at Troubadour show
Girl’s Gone Child: 203/100 + We Are Scientists + PAWS + Matt Sharp
I’m really glad that I didn’t completely lose my shit and drop my camera when Matt Sharp came on stage to perform with the guys. Here’s what I ended up recording:
Undone – The Sweater Song
Happy Birthday for Keith
A clip of “Susanne”
Friends of P.
Say It Ain’t So
We Are Scientists were in San Francisco last Wednesday and performed at the Independent.
Here’s some of my photos from the show:
The set list:
The rest of the photos I took from this show are here on Flickr.
There were lots of really wonderful photos from this show too and I suggest taking a look through what these photographers caught:
Amber Gregory for The Owl Mag
Rachel Groat on Flickr
Clay Lancaster on Facebook
Greg Chow for Prefix Mag
I was much better during this show (compared to the last one) with recording videos:
I Don’t Bite
Take An Arrow
I mentioned it in the previous post to check out Abby Williamson’s photos from Portland, but I have to insist that all of you go through Abby’s photos of We Are Scientists and PAWS in Vancouver and Seattle too – absolutely beautiful shots…
Last week I went to Portland to see my friends and my first show of the We Are Scientists “FRENCHIN’ THE AMERICAS” tour.
May 1st was a stop at the Doug Fir Lounge:
Here’s a photo of the set list (thanks, Keith!)
I think the encore also had “What You Do Best” and “This Scene Is Dead.”
The rest of the photos I took for this show are here on my Flickr page.
And don’t forget to check out my friend Abby’s photos from this show too – her photos are fantastic and I’m sure there’ll be more from her I’ll have to link to from the shows in Vancouver and Seattle.
Here’s a few videos:
Lethal Enforcer (!!!!!!!)
Dinosaurs (I started kind of late in recording it but that whole part before Chris’s bass solo thing at the end that I always enjoy- HOLY CRAP that was awesome)