Jeremy finishes up his year with Pavement as they conquer the Hollywood Bowl and Matador 21. Could there have been a more fitting end?
Sound engineer Jeremy Lemos, who’s been on tour with Pavement doing monitors, spent a week in New York with the band in September doing five shows and two TV appearances.
Pavement’s Chicago show, from behind the scenes. And Team Lemos takes a turn on the cowbells!
In an insane four days, Jeremy works for Iron & Wine, Pavement, and Sonic Youth. Can he pull it off?
Jeremy works for Pavement, Sonic Youth, and Iron & Wine all in one weekend. In this chapter, the Iron & Wine benefit for the Midwives Alliance of North America hits a few snags.
Jeremy comes to the Pitchfork Music Festival with Pavement and reminisces about Pitchforks past. There’s some food and coffee in there too.
Before diving into the massive weekend that we all know as the Pitchfork Festival, I wanted to look back on the last four Pavement shows. Also: I will never miss a Grace Jones show again.
White/Light booked a show in Ann Arbor, Michigan, as an excuse to hit Zingerman’s Deli and Comet Coffee. Sounds like a great weekend to me!
Pavement plays four nights at the Brixton Academy, and Jeremy tries to complete his disloyalty card.
The first week of Pavement’s European tour: Dublin, Glasgow, Paris, and Amsterdam.
Pavement at Coachella! How will it go the second time around?
A couple pre-Coachella days off in LA for Pavement. What to do? How about Oaxacan food and the U.S. Barista Championship?
Sayonara, Japan! Pavement’s monitors engineer describes the last days of the band’s Japanese tour and finds the best soba noodles he’s ever had. Plus, robocop.
What does Pavement do when they’re in Osaka? Hanshin Tigers!
Monitors engineer Jeremy Lemos, the Reader’s man on the Pavement tour, reports from Tokyo and explains Syphon Coffee.