Riot Fest day one saw the likes of blink-182, Neck Deep, Dashboard Confessional and iDKHOW take the main stage - Aaron Patterson was on hand to capture all the action.
PVRIS are currently on an intimate run of shows, to kick off their new era. Maggie Friedman was on hand in New York to capture the action.
Rock Sound spent the day on set with Stand Atlantic as they filmed their brand new video for 'Hate Me (Sometimes)' and captured all of the behind the scenes action.
Trash Boat performed their biggest headline show to date last week at London's Islington Academy, with support from Capstan, Doll Skin and Woes - Mac Praed captured all of the action.
Don Broco's huge North American tour kicked off over the weekend, with support from Sleep On It and Selfish Things - Maggie Friedman was at the New York show to capture all the action.
You Me At Six closed out summer festival season with a huge, two-hour long set, playing all of their singles in chronological order at Gunnersville Festival - and we were lucky enough to have Jenny McCord there to capture all of it.
Deaf Havana played You Me At Six' day at Gunnersville, rounding out a busy summer festival season - Jenny McCord captured all the action.
Even though The Maine were only in the UK for Reading Festival two weeks earlier, they made the massive trek back to London for Gunnersville Festival. Jenny McCord was on hand to capture all of the action.
Green Day, Fall Out Boy and Weezer kicked off their Hella Mega Campaign in style, with a super intimate secret show at the iconic Los Angeles Whisky A Go Go earlier this week, and this is what went down.
Jimmy Eat World made the massive trek to London over the weekend to perform with You Me At Six at Gunnersville Festival - Jenny McCord was on hand to capture all of the action, and even make frontman Jim Adkins sit in a shrub.
"Start a concert, a complete diversion"
We wrapped up the summer music festival season at Gunnersville Festival over the weekend, and Jenny McCord was on hand to capture all of the As It Is action - both on and off stage.
Over two days and three different stages, Enter Shikari broke the record for the most amount of live sets performed over Reading & Leeds Festival weekend by performing FIVE.