Photos: Sofi Tukker + Haiku Hands at the Fox Theater

Sofi Tukker (photo: Norm deVeyra) New York duo Sofi Tukker gave a colorful and energetic performance at the Fox Theater last Wednesday, October 9, with support from Australian band Haiku Hands. Sofi Tukker are still touring in support of their debut from last year, Treehouse, and our photographer Norm deVeyra has a gallery from their stop in the Bay Area for you to check out below.

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Photos: Sofi Tukker surf at The Independent

Sofi Tukker (photo: Jon Bauer) Grammy-nominated for best dance song for their song "Drinkee," Sofi Tukker gave an incredible performance to a rapturous audience at The Independent last Friday night, February 10, 2017. It was the opening show of their tour, complete with lots of new songs, including one they wrote only two days prior to that night. Our photographer Jon Bauer has the incredible gallery of photos from the night you can check out below.

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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 [...]

SOFI TUKKER to play three shows at The Independent this week

NYC duo SOFI TUKKER have only released two singles, "Drinkee" and "Matadora," and they're already on tour opening for The Knocks, signed to Heavyroc Records, and have licensed "Drinkee" to play during an Apple Watch commercial. It's a dizzying combination. So far, it seems that vocalist Sophie Hawley-Weld and instrumentalist Tucker Halpern create Brazilian folk music worthy of a dance party. "Matadora" was conceptualized off of Brazilian poet Chacal's work and features an Andean string instrument, the charango. The only show with tickets still up for grabs at The Independent is on Thursday, February 11. I'll be fighting off brutal cold #2 [...]

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