Guantanamo Baywatch comes to The Knockout

 
Something about the combination of catchy songwriting and a band’s willingness to not take themselves completely serious is objectively cool. Guantanamo Baywatch flaunt both these things, and lucky for […]

By |February 27, 2015|0 Comments
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    Wild Moth announces TWO tours; playing gigs at Thee Parkside and 1-2-3-4 Go!

Wild Moth announces TWO tours; playing gigs at Thee Parkside and 1-2-3-4 Go!

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Wild Moth just announced two tours, one in support of their recently released split with fellow Bay Area post-punk band Creative Adult, and the other presumably […]

By |February 26, 2015|0 Comments

SONG-FREUD: Waterstrider’s “Calliope”

Welcome back to SONG-FREUD, the only music column in the whole world that doubles as a deep cavity search of your favorite Bay Area music. A pro bono psychotherapy session […]

By |February 26, 2015|0 Comments
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    Friends w/o Benefits announce new singles project, rock a Noise Pop happy hour

Friends w/o Benefits announce new singles project, rock a Noise Pop happy hour

In the promo video for their Real Singles Life project, Friends W/O Benefits outlines their plan to release eight new songs over the course of four months, a single […]

By |February 26, 2015|0 Comments
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    Premiere & Interview: Listen to Tidelands’ new track “Dog Named Bart” off forthcoming Old Mill Park EP

Premiere & Interview: Listen to Tidelands’ new track “Dog Named Bart” off forthcoming Old Mill Park EP

 
Bay Area duo Tidelands is set to release a new EP, Old Mill Park, on March 3. The new record – the band’s first since their 2012 sophomore full-length […]

By |February 25, 2015|0 Comments
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    Interview: Geographer, philosophy, and Ghost Modern (plus a ticket giveaway!)

Interview: Geographer, philosophy, and Ghost Modern (plus a ticket giveaway!)

With a unique reconciliation between live instrumentation and electronic innovation, Mike Deni of Geographer has forged a name for himself in the Bay Area, becoming one of its most […]

By |February 25, 2015|1 Comment

RZN8R releases new single; plays Noise Pop 2015

RZN8R has a new single out that epitomizes his distinctive blend of spacey/sexy electro-soul. Called “Feel Free To Be Free,” it contains a beat that could fit both a […]

By |February 25, 2015|0 Comments

The Mantles’ Michael O. releases debut record

Michael O. of Oakland’s The Mantles is getting ready for the release of his first solo LP, Really?, on April 28.

Carrying some significant hallmarks of ’80s college-radio rock (deep, […]

By |February 25, 2015|0 Comments
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    Title Fight playing Slim’s next month in support of third LP, Hyperview

Title Fight playing Slim’s next month in support of third LP, Hyperview

 
On the heels of their third LP, Hyperview, Title Fight announced a national tour that brings them to San Francisco on March 13. Hyperview is another chapter in Title Fights […]

By |February 24, 2015|0 Comments

Field Medic releases new EP Me, My Gibberish, & the Moon

Field Medic has a new EP out. Titled Me, My Gibberish, & the Moon, the six-song album is full of the heartbreak and existential angst you’ve come to expect […]

By |February 24, 2015|0 Comments

Premiere: Makeunder – “What a Lovely Bandsaw!”

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Hamilton Ulmer finds weird ways to sing the blues. The music he creates as Makeunder is both maximalist and brutally raw, full of urgency while simultaneously […]

By |February 24, 2015|2 Comments

Premiere: Seatraffic – “Spoken Reprise”

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The Seatraffic duo quickly became a favorite at The Bay Bridged by extorting our love for synthy underwater dreamscapes and the most visually stimulating of live shows. […]

By |February 24, 2015|0 Comments
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