Photos: Boy Harsher at the Independent

Boy Harsher (photo: Ian Young) Dark wave/no wave/electronic industrial/synth goth/The Matrix prom band/I'm just making stuff up now duo Boy Harsher played a sold-out set at the Independent on Wednesday night. No matter what genre you want to put them in, they put on a powerful, driving set that had the entire clad-in-all-black crowd ready to bend the spoon.

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Boy Harsher playing Elbo Room with Houses of Heaven, Petheaven

Boy Harsher is performing at Elbo Room this Saturday with Houses of Heaven and Petheaven. Presented by Bodyshock, the show will also feature DJ sets from DJ Nako and DJ CrxckWhxre. Advance tickets are sold out, but there will be a limited number of tickets available at the door on January 27 at 9pm. Electronic synth duo Boy Harsher released their dark, but highly danceable debut LP, Yr Body is Nothing, via Atlanta’s DKA Records in 2016. Augustus Muller and Jae Matthews are touring the West Coast in support of Boy Harsher's new EP, Country Girl, out now via Ascetic [...]

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What’s Happening This Weekend? A Guide To Shows Around The Bay, Feb 10 ― Feb 12

Let It Bleed is a two-for-one event with a bill stacked with local rock and roll and a Tampon Drive to raise money for homeless women's reproductive needs. Friday, February 10 Boy Harsher @ The Knockout Get immersed in Boy Harsher's minimalist, whispery synths at the crusty goodness that is The Knockout. Tyvek @ 1-2-3-4 Go! Records Tyvek teeters between The Ramones and anti-folk. Richard Osborn @ Stranded Records "Meditative and otherworldly guitar stylings," according to TBB writer Rob Goodman. Major Powers and The Lo-Fi Symphony @ Bottom of the Hill Local three-piece destined to take over the world with [...]

Live This Month: February 2017 — an audio guide to upcoming Bay Area concerts Download: Live This Month: February 2017 (Podcast #401) In Live This Month, we sample some of the great local and out-of-town bands performing in the coming month in the San Francisco Bay Area. The Noise Pop Festival turns 25 this month, which is the sort of anniversary that would make this year's fest noteworthy even if it somehow didn't include a top-notch of array of local and touring artists. But as shown by the six festival bands included in this mix -- Weyes Blood, This Will Destroy You, Uniform, Clipping., No Vacation, and Creeper Lagoon -- Noise Pop 2017 [...]

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