Set in a church-turned-venue off of Valencia Street in San Francisco, Crocodiles played to a crowd mesmerized by the red lights reflecting off the pointed roof of The Chapel on Saturday. From kids with the number “18″ drawn on their hands (restricting usage of the bar located on the balcony) to gray-haired folks with a…
Though only having released their first album in February of 2013, Atlas Genius rocked a full house at The Fillmore in San Francisco this past Thursday. The sold out show was opened by Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. and Family of the Year, both of which sharing an up-beat indiepop vibe with the headliner. Opening with…
What started off as a small-scale, Austin-centric music festival back in 2006, Fun Fun Fun Fest now more closely resembles its other annual festival heavyweights in terms of size and scale and ability to draw big headliners and big crowds and offers up a new definition of, well…”fun.” What separates FFF the most from its counterparts…
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Sense of Sound interviews Josh Tillman (Father John Misty) on a carousel at First City Festival in Monterey, CA. He speaks candidly about songwriting, playing new music and his new fragrance.
Rolling stone is reporting that Lou Reed, pioneer of rock music and founder of Velvet Underground has died the age of 71. Reed had undergone a liver transplant in May and his health had been a concern after canceled appearances including a slot at Coachella earlier this year. The legacy that Lou Reed will leave…