Grimy Goods’ Best Concert Photography of 2014


This past year the Grimy Goods photographers covered an endless amount of stunning performances. From small venue shows at The Echo, to medium sized gigs at The Fonda, and even arena concerts at The Forum and massive music festivals like Coachella and FYF — our team covers the Los Angeles scene like no other. Each with their own signature style and proven talents, it’s not just about the camera and lenses, it’s about the eye. Our photographers have the keen eye to capture all the magic that happens on and off the stage. From jump shots to close-up portraits, wide angle views, and so much more — they go it going on! Not to mention their vast knowledge and unique techniques in using lighting and color compositions to make those photos pop. There’s so much that goes into giving life to a photograph and the Grimy Goods photographers have each skillfully made that magic happen.

Next week, we’ll be running a contest off this feature where our photographers will have a chance to win some cash prizes for various best photo categories. Grimy Goods readers who cast their votes will also be entered to win very awesome prizes. Stay tuned to our Twitter, Facebook and Instagram for when the contest(s) go live!

In alphabetical order by the last name of each photographer, we present to you Grimy Goods Best Concert Photography of 2014. Below you will find the best photos of the year featuring Ryan Bussard, Ceethreedom, Dominoe Farris-Gilbert, Monique Hernandez, Wes Marsala, Farah Sosa and Lindsay Wiles.

View Our Best Concert Crowd Photos of 2014!



the kills
The Kills at The Forum

Big Freedia
Big Freedia at Echoplex

Biffy Clyro
Biffy Clyro at El Rey Theatre

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Queens of the Stone Age at the Forum

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Wolfmother at Echoplex

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Thee Oh Sees at Echoplex

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Twin Peaks at Echoplex

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