With exciting opportunities on the horizon, I met up with the gang in the Mission District to hear how Dinosaurs came together over much needed mimosas.
Month: November 2015
The oldies inspired garage rockers The Buttertones are on a roll right now. Listen to tracks off their new album and catch them at Midnight Mass festival.
We met up with Mall Walk in Oakland’s Chinatown for subpar taro buns, to chat about their beginnings, and to pick their brains about the local music scene.
Just days after EL VY released Return to the Moon, the collaborative project fronted by Matt Berninger and Brent Knopf graced the stage of The Independent with a warm welcome from San Francisco.
The Coathangers debuted a video for “Watch Your Back,” taking us behind the scenes with shots in the recording studio and clips from tour this year. This track will be released on a 7″ split with The Black Lips this Friday (Suicide Squeeze).
Last Friday, The Worble Warehouse threw its last party ever fittingly called the “Last Waltz” with an all-star lineup including Thee Commons, The Buttertones, SadGirl, Wild Wing, Vaguess, Tongues, and Ten Commandments.
Check out our November Picks for a quick offering of what’s on our radar for the coming month: fall into garage rock bliss with Cool Ghouls, get wild at Way Too Fun Fest, rock out with Death Valley Girls, swoon over Pearl Charles and get way into Mall Walk.
Now in its fourth year, Beach Goth has evolved into a two-day festival. The ghoulish party carried into Sunday with another round of Halloween dress up, dancing and a whole lot of raging.