Indie soul man Nick Waterhouse doesn’t mince any words about recording in the same room where Nirvana made “Smells Like Teen Spirit,” and where more than a hundred gold-certified […]
As a teen growing up in Santa Barbara, Tommy Cantillon was upset when the band he led for five years fell apart. While he was willing to go as […]
Doug Gillard, Ohio-based guitarist and singer-songwriter, is set to play in San Francisco at Slim’s, supporting the Buzzcocks.
His music is power-poppy and lively, while also wistful and sincere. […]
Well-known electronic musician, The Bloody Beetroots, will be playing The Regency Ballroom this month as a part of his “Chaos & Confusion” tour.
Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo, The Bloody Beetroots’ […]
Oregon-based Mimicking Birds will be playing The Chapel on a tour behind their newest full length album, Eons, which dropped earlier this month.
Their sound is soothing, and highly evocative of an […]
Austin-based singer songwriter Dana Falconberry will be headlining Amnesia this Sunday. The southwest artist has a poppy indie-meets-folk acoustic sound that is transcendent and uplifting. Falconberry’s voice is a […]
Next week, Professional Fans will be holding a showcase featuring Portland trio WL. The band’s an experimental shoegaze-esque group that is fronted by the addictingly lo-fi and reverbed vocals […]
As part of his 21st Birthday Circuit tour, Chance The Rapper will be playing The Warfield in San Francisco next week.
The Chicago-based rapper, who first started his career at 19, blew […]
There are very few things I know about San Diego other than that’s where Anchormen is set, it’s where the Padres play and where, I’m assuming, everyone is blonde […]
Trudging from the suburbs of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, The Districts have been quickly paving a course of success. Starting out, the band played tons of coffee shops and even […]
Louisiana pop sextet Royal Teeth will make its third San Francisco stop within a 12-month stretch Thursday, when it headlines at the Chapel. Still touring in support of 2013’s […]
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This is San Francisco — let’s talk about conversions. On Saturday night, the Texas-based theatrical gloom pop of Shearwater converted absolutely everyone in Bottom of the […]