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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|Comments Off on Title Fight playing Slim’s next month in support of third LP, Hyperview

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 [...]

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Premiere: Makeunder – “What a Lovely Bandsaw!”

(Photo Credit: Ginger Fierstein)

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”

(Photo Credit: Madison Kotack)

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. [...]

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Never Young EP release show in March

Noisy rock group Never Young is releasing a self-titled EP on San Francisco label Father/Daughter Records, due out March 10th. So far the band has released two singles from [...]

By |February 23, 2015|Comments Off on Never Young EP release show in March
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    Planes of Satori releases eponymous LP on Germany’s Who Can You Trust? Records

Planes of Satori releases eponymous LP on Germany’s Who Can You Trust? Records

 
On Planes of Satori’s Facebook page, the Oakland-based quartet lists their joint interests as "enhancing perception, space, the future," and they all describe their music as "pure light and [...]

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Premiere: Leucrota – “Systematic Violence”

(Cover art by Brandt Robert Burgess)

Leucrota are a brand new band from Santa Cruz, having only just formed in the late fall of 2014; you wouldn't guess that from hearing their [...]

By |February 20, 2015|Comments Off on Premiere: Leucrota – “Systematic Violence”

Swervedriver to fill Great American Music Hall in March

Swervedriver are playing at The Great American Music Hall on March 6, four days after they release I Wasn't Born to Lose You, their first album in 17 years. They are [...]

By |February 19, 2015|1 Comment

The Strange Land releases cassette under new name

One of our favorite up-and-coming bands of 2014, Michael & the Strange Land, has dropped the "Michael &" and are now simply The Strange Land. They've already released a [...]

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Nudity announces new album, comes to the Bay

Olympia-based Nudity is rolling through the Bay Area this weekend and bringing some pretty heavy new songs along with them. Their upcoming LP Astronomicon is full of psychedelic rock [...]

By |February 18, 2015|Comments Off on Nudity announces new album, comes to the Bay

Premiere: Teal – “Moving Out”

Teal is a new solo project from Santa Rosa's James Rogers, who also mans the drums for Creative Adult. With Teal, Rogers has crafted a sound that refreshingly avoids [...]

By |February 18, 2015|1 Comment

Oakland’s Crush joins Mayfly Records

(cover art by Stacie Willoughby)

Mayfly Records, a label based out of Cleveland, have made a name for themselves curating the first releases of bands like Code Orange and Pianos Become [...]

By |February 17, 2015|Comments Off on Oakland’s Crush joins Mayfly Records