Photos: Tacocat at the Chapel

Tacocat (photo: Kristin Cofer) Seattle punk band Tacocat gave a very passionate show at the Chapel this week in support of their latest release, This Mess is a Place. Opening for them was The Paranoyds, and we had our photographer Kristin Cofer at the show to cover it. You can check out the gallery below.

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Noise Pop: Saw Tacocat while dressed as Tacocat at Starline

Tacocat (By: Joey Pangilinan) In 2015, I had the best Halloween costume ever. Three days of taco fun: Friday, I was a fish taco. Saturday, I was a Taco Bell. Sunday, I was Tacocat. So I put it upon myself to make it a goal to see Tacocat dressed as Tacocat. On Satuday, Feburary 25 of 2017, the goal was achieved. Thank you, Noise Pop and Starline Social Club. I was incredibly tired. I had no clue what seven full days of shows would do to me, but now I know. This was my last show of Noise Pop. I [...]

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What’s Happening This Weekend? A Guide To Shows Around The Bay, Feb 24 ― Feb 26

Catch Tacocat in Oakland Saturday night at Starline Social Club. Friday, February 24 Garrett Pierce @ The Lost Church Burbank, CA singer-songwriter with a penchant for covering the British R&B singer known as Seal. ALO, Moon Hooch @ The Fillmore Moon Hooch is a Brooklyn-based jazz fusion trio currently touring in support of their third LP, Red Sky. Phosphene, O.C.D., Trash Vampire @ Bender's Bar & Grill Noise Pop's happy hours at Bender's are always chaotically loud, disastrously fun, and soundtracked by emerging local bands. Headliner for tonight's is Phosphene, who describe themselves as the "under-underground" of the Bay Area [...]

The Bay Abridged: Dec 9 – Dec 15

In this recurring feature known as The Bay Abridged, our staff writers will provide short, witty recaps on shows they attended around the Bay Area. A scene check, a heat check, and sometimes more — stop by every Wednesday for the most comprehensive and concise recap of last week's Bay Area concert scene. The David Wax Museum at Freight and Salvage (Berkeley) Dec. 8 A subdued but appreciative Berkeley crowd, to which David Wax catered, dug the mellowness off the new album “Guesthouse” — particularly “Lose Touch with the World” had us thinking existential thoughts about the realness of the [...]

Tacocat is bringing their feminist sci-fi punk to SF

One of my Halloween costumes this year was Tacocat, so based on that, I think it's obvious that I am kind of obsessed. Laying on the floor, in too much pain due to riding the "Crimson Wave", but still worming about to Tacocat's killer tunes is something I've been doing for a handful of years. When I first heard of them I was instantly sold. 1) Their band name is a combination of two things I love (tacos and cats are the best) and 2) Their music is more than just well put together and fun, but the lyrics are constantly [...]

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