You Are Plural celebrating new album at The Chapel

Olympia, Washington's You Are Plural have made the trek down to San Francisco multiple times over the past few years. They must really like us! Or maybe it's just that singer/Wurlitzer-maestro Ephriam Nagler is that rarest of beasts, a Bay Area native, and he just can't stay away. Either way, the band is rolling through town once again to play on Sunday with "one-woman orchestra" Zoe Keating at The Chapel. The occasion for this particular jaunt down the coast? You Are Plural is touring in support of their debut full-length album, Rabbit Rabbit. In fact, this Sunday's show at The [...]

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Giveaway: Wild Ones with Your Are Plural & Li Xi at Bottom of the Hill

Wild Ones are the latest indie pop band to emerge from the Portland scene that produced Typhoon and Bay Area favorites Radiation City (speaking of Radiation City, got your tix to Phono del Sol yet???). While Wild Ones' music shares some sonic similarities with their scene-mates—a flair for experimentation and overall smooth textures—they are definitely doing their own thing, incorporating enough hints of krautrock, electronic music, and synth pop to keep you on your toes. Wild Ones' new record Keep it Safe is coming out July 9 on Party Damage Records, but they're swinging through town a couple days early [...]

You Are Plural – “Caught On A Wire”

You Are Plural may currently reside in Seattle, but the Bay Area roots of Jen Grady (playing solo all over, as well as with Emily Jane White, Adam Haworth Stephens, Garrett Pierce, and more) and Ephraim Nagler are too notable to dismiss. Likewise, You Are Plural's music is too good to not further explore - beautifully spare at times, appropriately lush and complex at others, and overall quite compelling and light-hearted. Caught On A Wire by You Are Plural You Are Plural's debut EP, Hand It Over, is available now via Bandcamp. You Are Plural will be playing in San [...]

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