These days, there’s been a lot of debate over whether or not the San Francisco music scene is truly dead or not (see: Not Dead Yet Fest, this SF Weekly article). Then on Tuesday, a compilation tape, San Francisco is Doomed, by Hannah Lew’s label Crime on the Moon (which we told you about earlier in the month) injected itself into that conversation, featuring an array of artists including the likes of Scraper, Thee Oh Sees, Mane, and many more.
And what better way to celebrate the release of this comp than a free show thrown by Wood Shoppe SF next Tuesday, July 1 at Brick and Mortar Music Hall? Headlining the show will be one of Lew’s bands, Cold Beat, alongside local acts Synthetic ID, Violent Change, and Caged Animal.
Listen to the compilation and get full details on next Tuesday’s show below, and decide on the status of the San Francisco music scene for yourself:
Cold Beat, Synthetic ID, Violent Change, Caged Animal
Brick & Mortar Music Hall
July 1, 2014