Palma Violets–suited, booted and rocking the heroine chic. No Parents–no clothes, and no manners. This sold out show at The Echo last week was a fun warm up for Burgerama 4, where both bands were headed a few days later.
I just happened to be in Seattle this week to catch San Francisco based rock band The Soft White Sixties with opening act The Lower 48 at local venue Tractor Tavern.
In anticipation of this year’s SXSW, Burger Records & Onward Indian kicked off their tour with a full night of wild performances from Gap Dream, The Aquadolls, and many more at The Echo on March 13.
Wand, Walter TV, Death Valley Girls, The Gooch Palms, and many more took the stage and patio for The Echo‘s Friday The 13th 2-Room Spooktacular. Here are some highlights from the performances at The Echo.
Last year, Picture Atlantic hauled their music gear from Santa Clara to Berkeley just to play a show for a small group of college students in the living room of my apartment. Today, they’re all over the Bay Area music scene, sharing their unique take on alternative rock.
Last Thursday, Viet Cong played their first sold out show in San Francisco at the Rickshaw Stop with opener Freak Heat Waves. It was fucking rad. Check out the photos below
Cold Beat, Nude Beach and Tony Molina put on a super fun show. Here are some c0oL photos!