Palm give each other sonic space, play SF this weekend

Words by Jordan Martich About two years ago, eccentric pop band Palm made their debut with Trading Basics, their first full-length. In the wake of its release, the band was celebrated for the fact each member was new to their respective instrument and incidentally had cultivated an original sound. In 2017, a new narrative emerges with their latest EP, Shadow Expert: Each member is exactly as adept in incorporating their specific element into the song precisely where it fits, communicating in a tongue all their own. For Palm, this process gestated into success over time spent playing together; learning one [...]

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Live This Month: July 2017 — an audio guide to upcoming Bay Area concerts Download: Live This Month: July 2017 (Podcast #410) 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. This month's mix features unpredictable Philly art-rock band Palm, the genre-mashing punk-meets-electronic music of Algiers, and Vinyl Williams' psych-pop. This podcast also highlights the returns of veteran indie rockers Cymbals Eat Guitars and noise project Pharmakon, whose latest albums are being heralded as career highlights. We've also got new music from a slew of great local bands, including Flesh World, whose new album arrives in September, [...]

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