Valentine’s Day was made extra special in San Francisco as the Lovemakers, vverevvolf, and Breakdown Valentine spread the love at the Great American Music Hall. The concert was a celebration of Bay Area music which even Cupid would’ve been proud of. Breakdown Valentine created a beautiful distraction by searching for paradise. vverevvolf, on the other hand, concluded that love […]Read More
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Suffern, New York singer-songwriter Grace VanderWaal has never had a past-life regression — in fact, she’s not even sure what one is. But chances are, this prescient, ukulele-strumming 14-year-old — who started writing songs at age three, won season 11 of NBC’s “America’s Got Talent” at 12 and composed or co-wrote every song on her […]Read More
Noise Pop: Enter Shikari’s Rou Reynolds gets melodic, looks inward (playing Wed. 2/21 at Slim’s with Single Mothers, Milk Teeth, Long Knives)
In their native England, where all five of its albums over 15 years debuted within the Top 20 on the U.K. chart, genre-morphing post-rock, punk and emo band Enter Shikari has graduated to headlining arenas. On tour in the U.S. this month, in support of 2017’s The Spark, the band from the north of London […]Read More
Front Country serves up a musical blend it calls ‘roots pop’ (playing Sat. 2/17 at Slim’s with The Sam Chase & The Untraditional, Ben & Alex Morrison of The Brothers Comatose)
The front country is where the wilderness intersects with the city — as opposed to the back country. Likewise the Nashville-based, San Francisco-sown musical ensemble bearing that moniker brings an urban sensibility and sophistication to the classic string-band format, walking a line between tradition and innovation that they refer to as “roots pop. Front Country […]Read More