Sachyn Mital
Contributing Editor

Sachyn Mital is a Contributing Editor to PopMatters in NYC. He specializes in concert and event photography and has seen his work published on Village Voice, at BrooklynVegan and many other sites. Please visit his personal site for exclusive images and additional galleries. He can be reached at mital () popmatters dot com or on Twitter at @sachynsuch.

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Get By with a Little Help from Our Elves: An Interview with Samaris | 19 Jul 2015 // 10:00 PM

Samaris transform 19th century Icelandic poetry into haunting, modern compositions with electronics and a clarinet. Yet emerging success hasn't changed their disposition, or their sense of humor.

Intimacy Between Two Voices: An Interview With Mandolin Orange | 10 Jul 2015 // 2:59 AM

Discussing their latest album Such Jubilee, Mandolin Orange share insight into the inspiration of their melancholic songs.


The Majesty of U2 Shines at the First of Eight NYC Shows | 23 Jul 2015 // 5:00 AM

U2's eight night run at Madison Square Garden began with a powerhouse performance including many of their classics and a huge production that embodies a global theme.

Taylor Swift's '1989' Tour Isn't Full of Bad Blood, It's Full of Heart (Photos) | 16 Jul 2015 // 5:00 AM

Taylor Swift can't help but make new friends everywhere she goes. The 60,000 people who saw her each night at the Meadowlands can attest to that.


Basement Jaxx Jam in the Craziness at Summerstage | 24 Jul 2015 // 5:00 AM

At a rare, live US performance from UK electronic duo Basement Jaxx, Felix Buxton and Simon Ratcliffe, packed in as much craziness as they could in Central Park.

'Lip Sync Battle' Live: Talent and Laughter Soar Where Voices Don't | 20 Jul 2015 // 12:00 AM

'Lip Sync Battle Live at Summerstage's big showdown was a rematch between siblings Derek and Julianna Hough.


Governors Ball Reclaims New York June 5th to 7th | 18 May 2015 // 6:05 AM

The exciting and diverse Governors Ball roster has been carefully cultivated each year for the past five years.

Lena Hall's Goodbye to 'Hedwig' Preceeds Café Carlyle Shows | 2 Apr 2015 // 7:33 AM

Lena Hall will pass on her Yitzhak wig as she leaves Hedwig on Broadway this weekend ahead of a Café Carlyle residency.

//Mixed media

Country Fried Rock: Jonny "Two Bags" Wickersham of Social Distortion

// Sound Affects

"Social Distortion launches a 25th anniversary tour this week, playing their 1990 self-titled album in its entirety -- the album that introduced me to country music.

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