When it comes to 90s hardcore photographers, Danielle Dombrowski is a household name who needs no introduction. Hailing from New York, Danielle has shot hardcore shows and fests all over the northeast and beyond over the last 20+ years.
Jammi York is a New York-based photographer who captures a broad range of subjects and styles, from bands and celebrities to photojournalism and street photography. Most recently Jammi's work has been featured on the cover of Constant Elevation's newly-releasedFreedom Beach7" EP.
Revelation's own Adam Lentz brings us his opinion of 5 new artists that are standing out to him right now: "Hardcore is amazing.As much as we/I age, there is always a group of kids discovering it in whatever city or country they may be in, kids who may have felt the same alienation, anger, and disgust we did, and creating some interesting, pissed and good music with plenty to scream about."
I've come to know Rob as the go-to photographer and videographer for a number of big name bands, and the guy that has a super sick photo book out. He also works closely with Mike Vallely and was recently published in Thrasher Magazine.
Albert Licano is another music photographer you'll see at just about every show, big or small, in the usual Los Angeles/Orange County venues. Despite shooting concerts for over 20 years and being connected to a large number of well-known bands, Albert for still shoots every band on the bill, even the young openers who may be playing their first or second show.
If you've gone to hardcore shows even semi-regularly in Southern California over the past 25 years, chances are you've seen Dan Rawe there, taking his place near a side corner of the stage with camera at the ready. I always appreciated Dan for documenting the whole show experience, including taking photos of friends hanging out in between sets. Read on to learn more about Dan Rawe.