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Bumbershoot 2013!

I spent the weekend at Bumbershoot and took some photos of bands, Seattle music folks, and the lens cap when I forgot to take it off. Enjoy!

-Zack

Barsuk Records' Ramona Falls and some real floppy big screen hair on a Sunday afternoon.

Barsuk Records’ Ramona Falls and some real floppy big screen hair on a Sunday afternoon.

Monday afternoon brought one of the loudest and most versatile sets of the weekend to a relatively small crowd at the Fountain Lawn Stage.

Monday afternoon brought The Men and one of the loudest and most versatile sets of the weekend to a relatively small crowd at the Fountain Lawn Stage.

Eric Burdon and the Animals had the most...mature...crowd of the weekend.

Eric Burdon and the Animals had the most…mature…crowd of the weekend.

Tour manager extraordinaire, Rachel Demy, spooned by Porchlight  rookie employee Kathleen

Tour manager extraordinaire, Rachel Demy, spooned by Porchlight rookie employee Kathleen!

Superchunk's early evening set was spectacularly upbeat and showcased songs from their entire 23 year career.

Superchunk’s early evening set was spectacularly upbeat and showcased songs from their entire 23 year career.

STOOOOONE COLD!

STOOOOONE COLD watching Superchunk

Sarah & Sasha of Hardly Art/Sub Pop with fantastic designer Matthew Cole--All looking very good-looking. Yes?

Sarah & Sasha of Hardly Art/Sub Pop with fantastic designer Matthew Cole–All looking very good-looking. Yes?

Justin Townes Earle played a fantastic set--some all alone and others with his backing band.

Justin Townes Earle played a fantastic set and tied Superchunk for my personal favorite of the weekend.

John Wayne sculpture by Jeff Frye--nightmares coming soon.

John Wayne sculpture by Jeff Frye–nightmares coming soon.

Frida Clements, at Flatstock, showing off all her spectacular show posters and art prints.

Frida Clements, at Flatstock, showing off all her spectacular show posters and art prints.


Neumos marketing manager and cat-enthusiast, Kayte!

Neumos marketing manager and cat-enthusiast, Kayte!

Death Cab For Cutie played "Transatlanticism" in its entirety to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the album. Here's a view from the nosebleeds!

Death Cab For Cutie played “Transatlanticism” in its entirety to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the album. Here’s a view from the nosebleeds!

The end of the weekend called for a swim for some.

The end of the weekend called for a swim for some.

Line up from shortest to tallest! My partners in crime for the Monday.

Line up from shortest to tallest! My partners in crime for the Monday.

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