The trio with the tricky name released a live performance video of their song “Pink Worm” featuring neon, glow sticks and a strobe light. Middle School flashbacks abound, fitting in perfectly with the band’s quirky 90s throwback style. Let’s get spazzy.
For fans of amazing indie music and tasty local treats the 2nd annual Phono del Sol Festival is exactly where you should be headed on Saturday, July 21 at Potrero del Sol Park in the Mission District.
Brooklyn-based band Violens (pronounced “vy-lenz” – so as not to be confused with the stringed instrument) perform at NightLife on Thursday, May 31 with SF post-punkers Weekend. Get dreamy with the music-science-music sandwich.
Name change schmame change. POP ETC (formerly the Morning Benders) aren’t going to let something little like an identity shift impede their momentum. Get ready for a new album from the band you didn’t know you knew.
Analog digital blip-pop band Birds & Batteries is joining the wildlife at the California Academy of Science NightLife event tonight, in honor of International Migratory Bird Week. Birds, Batteries AND an albino alligator? This International Migratory Bird Week could not get any cooler.
Brooklyn’s Here We Go Magic keep the path leading to their highly anticipated release A Different Ship (Secretly Canadian) paved with tempting teasers and quality morsels. Check out their latest addition – a video for “How Do I Know” by director Sean Pecknold (Fleet Foxes, Beach House, Grizzly Bear).
No sleep ’til Tanlines. The Brooklyn duo’s debut Mixed Emotions (True Panther Sounds) shot up the Billboard charts immediately after being released in March. We can see what the fuss is all about at their upcoming show at the Rickshaw Stop on April 27.
The Bright Light Social Hour had six wins at this year’s Austin Music Awards. Could an independent band from central Texas be the beacon of hope we have been waiting for? Any live footage of the band will answer that. These guys are the beacon, the island and the ocean it sits within.
Trevor Powers is back with the careening caress known to the indie world as Youth Lagoon. Grab a sled because this avalanche has only just begun.
Brooklyn’s Here We Go Magic know not to keep their audience waiting. Though their new album, A Different Ship (Secretly Canadian), is not due out for another six weeks, the band released a new single and announced a new 7” and pre-order for the new album.
The little band that could from Raleigh, North Carolina have overcome a lot of obstacles over the past few years and turned their mess into their message with the release of their third full-length, The Clearing (Dead Oceans). Catch them live at The Independent tonight (April 6) to witness the emergence of resurrected beauty live and in person.