Philly-based retro-happy indie-poppers Dr. Dog played Beckham Hall Saturday night, headlining what was surely one of the semester’s most well-attended (and anticipated) concerts. (If nothing else, this is probably the most sold-out ACB ticket demand we’ve seen since Beach House.) I took a few photos. If you did too, feel free to send them to us at staff(at)wesleying(dot)org.
My photos largely, if inadvertently, emulate the qualities of Dr. Dog’s music: colorful, endearing, and frustratingly homogeneous to an extent that’s maybe also a little bit colorful and endearing. Some of them are of Seattle-based opener The Head and The Heart. One of them is your obligatory shot of a Linus member crowd-surfing (because the words “Dr. Dog” and “crowd-surfing” totally belong in the same blog post). All of them are conveniently viewable on your desktop or laptop operating system after the jump.
PS: For a more uniformly enthusiastic opinion, check out Argus Features Editor Justin Pottle ’13‘s review of the show here.