In the midst of their first US tour, Barcelona’s moody, melancholic MOURN delivered a set that may have felt nostalgic only because the band clocked in over a decade younger than their audience.
Month: April 2015
I skimped out on seeing Chicago’s Twin Peaks at BURGERAMA 4 this year because I knew I’d see ’em in Berkeley, my home campus, a few days later. Known for rocking out, being rambunctious and not giving a fuck at shows, they did exactly that.
Originally released in 2010, Dead Ghosts‘ long out-of-print self-titled debut is getting a much deserved reissue via Burger Records. Finding inspiration in the American garage rock revival from a decade ago, these fuzzy garage rockers nail that Southern sound
When we first heard that The Coathangers and Shannon and The Clams were playing The Echo, we knew we had to be there–it was going to be special.
Mitski‘s EP Bury Me at Makeout Creek debuted this past November, but not a whole lot has been said about her music on the West coast. She’s toured all over the US, with stops that included SXSW, but to my dismay she hasn’t toured in California just yet.
In support of their debut album Blue Planet Eyes, Australian rock n’ rollers The Preatures brought their wild antics to San Francisco’s The Independent—and it was amazing.
The Tallest Man on Earth has graced us with the title track from his upcoming release Dark Bird is Home, which will be out on May 12th. “Dark Bird is Home” is the second song to hit the internet after “Sagres.”
Theme of the night: crowd surfing. La Luz front-woman Shana, on vocals and guitar, was enthusiastically received by the crowd when she leant back mid-song into the arms of very happy fans.