Quickly becoming a Southern California tradition, Beach Goth 4—the eclectic DIY festival hosted by The Observatory and presented by the O.C.’s very own The Growlers—took place this past weekend in Santa Ana drawing thousands of Cali seapunks and indie-grungers.
Month: October 2015
Last week, YACHT was pure dynamite. They were loud and unapologetically empowering. The Independent hosted the first show of their tour as part of the Treasure Island Music Festival.
Albert Hammond Jr. released his third solo album Momentary Masters in July this year, his first full-length release since 2008. Oakland-based dream pop outfit Day Wave opened.
NY garage rockers Public Access TV has joined Madrid’s Hinds as support for their first headlining tour in the US. They’re promising every show is going to be a party, and they followed through.
Beirut made a stop at The Greek Theatre in Berkeley for a vibrant and humbling performance in support of their September full length release ‘No No No’ (4AD).
Yesterday, YACHT dropped their new album I Thought The Future Would Be Cooler and will be performing at The Independent tonight as an official Treasure Island night show. Come out and dance!
Last week, Tuscon’s band of witches Burning Palms played a raging psych rock set at Leo’s with Oakland-based surf rockers Babewatch.
This week, New York’s Public Access T.V. are returning to SF to play with HINDS at Slim’s. We asked PATV’s John Eatherly a few questions about their last show in SF, their upcoming album and what his “On Repeat” tracks are at the moment.