Nearing the end of a 22-date fall reunion tour of North America that kicked off in early September in San Diego, Pavement played the majestic Kings Theatre in Brooklyn this past Sunday, October 2, for the third of four consecutive sell-outs. Often described as one of the most influential bands to emerge from the underground scene in the early-1990s, the indie rockers formed in 1989 in Stockton, California have achieved a cult-like following among its legion of fans.
Stephen Malkmus of Pavement | Photo by Michael Dinger
Arriving just in time for the 6:30 pm doors on a chilly early-October evening, excited concertgoers were spotted congregating in small groups along nearby
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