PHOTOS: The Coathangers w/ Death Valley Girls + LA Witch + Dirty Ghosts @ The Independent 08.19.16


Atlanta punk rock trio The Coathangers headlined a raucous four-band night at The Independent in San Francisco on August 19th. San Francisco’s Dirty Ghosts kicked off the night, followed by two LA bands, Death Valley Girls and LA Witch. Check out photos from all the sets below… Continue reading

PHOTOS: Alabama Shakes + Kurt Vile played the Greek Theatre in Berkeley, CA 08.12.16


Alabama Shakes headlined two sold-out nights at the Greek Theatre in Berkeley, CA, on August 12th and 13th, with opener Kurt Vile, who was in the middle of his own headlining club tour. Check out photos from both sets on August 12th…


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REVIEW: Lucy Dacus @ Rickshaw Stop, 08.10.16

lucy dacus performing at Rickshaw Stop in San Francisco, August 10, 2016

Richmond, VA-based singer-songwriter Lucy Dacus played the Rickshaw Stop in San Francisco on August 10, in support of her debut record No Burden. One of the more impressive debut records in recent memory, No Burden was released earlier this year on the Richmond-based label Egghunt, but was digitally released by Matador–with whom Dacus recently signed–and will see a physical release in September. Continue reading

Refused + The Coathangers @ The Fillmore, 05.26.16

Refused @ The Fillmore in San Francisco

Two great punk rock acts–one old, one new–graced the stage at the Fillmore on May 26th, as Swedish hardcore punk veterans Refused continued their most recent reunion tour, while Atlanta trio The Coathangers continue their ascent behind the strength of their great fourth record, Suck My Shirt. Continue reading

Matt Corby w/ Phoebe Bridgers @ The Fillmore, 06.01.16

matt corby and phoebe bridgers

Australian singer/songwriter/flautist Matt Corby, touring in support of his debut record Telluric, played the Fillmore in San Francisco. Besides being his first full-length record, Telluric is also the first music Corby has released in a couple years, and the extremely enthusiastic crowd were clearly glad that he’s back. Continue reading