Those lucky enough to score tickets to Big Wild’s sold-out set were treated to a high-energy dance party, that frankly had no business going down on a Sunday. Either no one else had work on Monday, or they plain just didn’t care. Either way, they were dancing their asses off, and the crowd barely thinned, even Read More
After a long weekend of debauchery (or relaxation, whatever floats your boat), it’s time to get back in the saddle. And if there’s one band that should get you out on a Monday night, it’s Day Wave.
It’s been a few years since Miike Snow made an appearance in San Francisco (check out my previous story to learn what they’ve been up to) and they really pulled out all the stops on this trip. SF folks know The Independent is a great venue to catch an act. The acoustics and lighting are Read More
Last night’s sold out show at the Independent was a band you may not have heard of … yet. Unmistakably a rock & roll band, Kaleo has clearly studied its blues, gospel and country western roots. Throughout the 90-minute set, the band was effortless in the genre. From the first screams on opening number “No Good,” to drummer David Read More
Dopapod has come a long way from jamming in keyboardist Eli Winderman’s basement in Boston, Mass. Eli, guitarist Rob Compa, bassist Chuck Jones, and drummer Scotty Zwang are bringing their eclectically-influenced jam rock to the west coast, stopping in for a Saturday (July 11) show at the Independent in San Francisco, CA. My first exposure to Read More
Before Miami Horror headlines a sold out Independent on Wednesday, I had a chance interview Ben Plant, producer and creative force behind the band. They have been busy recently, moving from Australia to LA, exploring ways to to blend different genres into their music and putting out the album All Possible Futures. Miami Horror comes Read More