Iceage with Milk Music at Echoplex – Photos Review – March 29, 2013

Bringing back that raw hardcore-punk sound of the 80s where DIY ethics were king, ICEAGE traveled all the way from Copenhagen, Denmark to headline a show at the Echoplex last night. Although there was some crowd-surfing by font-man, Elias Bender Ronnenfelt — the crowd was surprisingly mellow. We though it would be crazy! Regardless, it was a cool show! Check out our photo gallery below of ICEAGE and Milk Music  killing it at the Echoplex last night.

Photography: Monique Hernandez

ICEAGE

Iceage live photos at echoplex

Iceage live photos at echoplex

Iceage live photos at echoplex

Iceage live photos at echoplex

Iceage live photos at echoplex

Iceage live photos at echoplex

Milk Music

Milk Musc live photos at echoplex

Milk Musc live photos at echoplex

Milk Musc live photos at echoplex

Click through the photo gallery below for more photos of ICEAGE and Milk Music!

6 thoughts on “Iceage with Milk Music at Echoplex – Photos Review – March 29, 2013

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  5. Martin Castro

    Iceage at the Echoplex March 29th, 2013. My review. Who says the pogo is dead? All my life I’ve read these great ass reviews of how early bands like Adam/Ants, Buzzcocks, Wire and at best the Sex Pistols were at moving and creating our historic inspiration for all post-punk music till this day and age. I can picture the level of excitement of first seeing either joy division or Siouxsie/Banshees with the same buzz in the air. Iceage did not fall short in comparison or in meeting my expectations. Those of you in my generation that do not partake in experiencing this band live would be a fool for missing the experience this young band has to offer. In all my years, it has been a rare occasion to be this blown away by four 19-20 year olds that can amuse and bewilder this post-punk kid. don’t miss out. i didn’t. i was there. M

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