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.
The Bay Bridged has put together an exciting one-day music festival with a lineup that includes well-knowns King Tuff and Tanlines, while bringing Tiaras and HEARTWATCH to the forefront of San Francisco’s indie rock scene.
Girlpool duo, Harmony Tividad and Cleo Tucker, hail from Los Angeles but run things from Philly. Their mellow sound is refreshing and somewhat nostalgic—their new album Before The World Was Big gains momentum with vocals and slows everything down with minimal guitar chords.
This week’s collection of songs have been a crucial part of keeping me sane over this last week of studying for my official last week of final exams. You’ll recognize familiar names like Foals and Spoon, but there are a few new groups on the rise that you shouldn’t overlook.
Paired with the occult imagery and dark mysticism of her latest music videos, Torres’ sophomore album Sprinter is definitely a spiritual one—haunting and unapologetic.
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.
“Silhouettes” and “Continental Shelf” are singles from Viet Cong’s January release of their self-titled album. If you find yourself at SXSW this year, you definitely don’t want to miss them. Have a listen below.
Back in 2003, I remember when a friend had given me two burned CDs with the album titles Dig Me Out and The Hot Rock scribbled in black sharpie across their disc covers. We would put them on while we drove aimlessly around the OC in search of something to do. I thought Corin Tucker …