Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs (or TEED, for short) arrives at Mighty on Friday with upbeat house and jungle music.
With just one album out, Dry Land Is Not A Myth, 2013 is shaping up to be a big year for White Arrows and singer Mickey Church. The band is on the bill for Coachella 2013, but will first make a stop in San Francisco for the Noise Pop Festival.
It’s a great day in this city of love, and whether you have a Valentine or not, there’s really no excuse to listen to sappy, sad, or just plain angsty tunes. To the rescue is some immaculately produced, sensuous pop from two indie-music veterans: Robin Hannibal, a Danish songwriter-producer, and Michael Milosh, a Canadian songwriter.
At the top of their game, Swedish House Mafia kicked off their farewell tour, “One Last Tour,” Wednesday with a massive party at Bill Graham Civic center.
Holly Herndon is San Francisco’s latest up-and-coming artist since her debut full length, Movement, has gathered attention from the likes of media outlets such as Pitchfork, NPR, Fact Magazine, and The Fader.
The Vaccines may have gotten lost in the shuffle of Interpol and The Strokes, but don’t count out this English Indie band as the wild card. On their first headlining American tour to support their album Coming of Age, the Vaccines make a stop at The Fillmore on February 15th.