Media Monday: new Rogue Wave, The Dodos on Letterman, locals on Daytrotter

Last week, Stereogum posted a new one from Rogue Wave's upcoming album Permalight (above album artwork via Spinner). "Good Morning" is more electronically-oriented than the band's past releases, [...]

By |January 11, 2010|Comments Off on Media Monday: new Rogue Wave, The Dodos on Letterman, locals on Daytrotter

Shredification: High on Fire promise sonic immolation with Snakes for the Divine

When you see Matt Pike play guitar -- snaggle-teeth glinting, baby-beer-belly inching over belt buckle, sweat dripping across numerous just-better-than-jailhouse tattoos -- you realize that he was put on [...]

By |January 10, 2010|4 Comments

Free MOMA art/music show this Saturday

Saturday, the SF MOMA's having a free opening reception for a new installation by Philadelphia artist Max Lawrence in the Natoma Alley off New Montgomery. Lawrence's installation is [...]

By |January 8, 2010|Comments Off on Free MOMA art/music show this Saturday

Friday: Dominant Legs, Young Prisms, Weekend

Dominant Legs - "Just Silly Ones"

SF bands Dominant Legs, Young Prisms and Weekend perform together Friday night at the Hemlock (9:30pm, $7). The show's an excellent opportunity to [...]

By |January 7, 2010|Comments Off on Friday: Dominant Legs, Young Prisms, Weekend

Wallpaper. release new mixtape of remixes and mashups

Music For Animals - "Nervous in New York (Wallpaper. Remix)"

We've blogged repeatedly about Wallpaper.'s consistently excellent series of remixes, which have prompted unending debates over at The Bay Bridged [...]

By |January 7, 2010|Comments Off on Wallpaper. release new mixtape of remixes and mashups

Noise Pop 2010: more bands announced!

The Fresh & Onlys - "Dude's Got A Tender Heart"

The latest update from Noise Pop HQ about the 2010 festival includes a whole bunch of potential highlights. While [...]

By |January 6, 2010|2 Comments

Media Monday: Papercuts, The Fresh & Onlys, Social Studies

Collecting some Bay Area tracks from around the web:

Via Pitchfork, here's the A-side from Papercuts' latest 7", White are the Waves, out now on Gnomonsong. The B-side is [...]

By |December 21, 2009|Comments Off on Media Monday: Papercuts, The Fresh & Onlys, Social Studies

Video: Sholi – “All That We Can See”

Sholi - All That We Can See from Zeek Earl on Vimeo.

Sholi remains one of 2009's best albums, even if Sholi has been quiet for some time. The [...]

By |December 18, 2009|Comments Off on Video: Sholi – “All That We Can See”

Tonight: KFJC 50th Anniversary Party

On October 20th, 1959 at 8pm, from a broom closet on the old Foothill College campus in Mountain View, California, KFJC began its very first broadcast on frequency 88.5 [...]

By |December 18, 2009|Comments Off on Tonight: KFJC 50th Anniversary Party

The Northern Key debut at Eclectic Live

The latest installment of "Eclectic Live" takes place Wednesday night at Harlot (9pm, $5, 21+), featuring Tricycle Records bands Geographer and The Northern Key, and DJs Elise (SomaFM) and [...]

By |December 15, 2009|Comments Off on The Northern Key debut at Eclectic Live

Free @ the Uptown Fri: Man/Miracle, Grand Lake + more

This Friday at Oakland's Uptown, a free local showcase will celebrate the theme "A Christmas Miracle," starring Man/Miracle, Grand Lake, Sparrows Gate (San Luis Obispo) and Pancho San (9pm).

Pancho-san [...]

By |December 14, 2009|Comments Off on Free @ the Uptown Fri: Man/Miracle, Grand Lake + more

Video: Or, the Whale – “Rusty Gold”

Rusty Gold from michael jeter on Vimeo.

Or, the Whale - "Rusty Gold"

Here's a new, NSFW video from Or, the Whale, who will be playing at the Great American Music [...]

By |December 14, 2009|2 Comments
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