Photos: Apples In Stereo At Sons of Hermann Hall, Saturday, July 26

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Wasn't able to make it to Sons on Saturday night to see Apples in Stereo play the homey Deep Ellum venue.

(Total sidenote: It's a nice venue, but I don't get why everyone's always so up in arms over-the-top crazy about the place. Are people just really big Marty McFly fans around here or something? 'Cause this is all I can think about whenever I see a show there. Am I alone on this?)

Heard good things about the show, though. Saw 'em, too, courtesy of freelance photographer Nathaniel Ng, who kindly passed along a couple pics from the show (including the one above, and the fother five after the jump). Check 'em out. --Pete Freedman

...thanks Nathaniel!

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