The formidable trio of HEALTH, Youth Code and Pictureplane rolled through New York City's Elsewhere recently, sweeping up the Brooklyn crowd with their speaker-rattling industrial music and eerie darkwave. HEALTH played in support of their notably heavier and more aggro new album Vol. 4 :: Slaves of Fear; Pictureplane, 2018's stellar, moody Degenerate; and Youth Code, ahead of the highly anticipated follow-up to 2016's Commitment to Complications. Photographer Khadija Bhuiyan was there to catch all the action — check out her shots below.
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