Looking for upcoming shows and artists to check out? Perhaps you’ll find something new with the below artists that’ll be passing through town in the near future.
Recommended Upcoming SF Bay Area Shows:
Corridor are a group from Montreal and their Sub Pop debut, Junior, was made just yesterday. The rock’n’roll band had barely inked their record deal when they surfed into studio, racing against time to make the most dazzling, immediate and inventive album of their young career: 39 minutes of darting and dodging guitars, spiraling vocal … Continue reading Corridor
Playing Silent Alarm
Cold War Kids are an American indie rock band from Long Beach, California. Band members are Nathan Willett (vocals, piano, guitar), Matt Maust (bass guitar), David Quon (guitar, backing vocals), Matthew Schwartz (keyboards, backing vocals, guitar, percussion), and Joe Plummer (drums, percussion). Former members of the band include Dann Gallucci (guitar, keyboards, percussion), Matt Aveiro … Continue reading Cold War Kids
Debuting a decade ago, the Polaris Music Prize-nominated psych-pop creation of Rishi Dhir (vox, bass, sitar) with long-time collaborators Miles Dupire (drums) and Gab Lambert (guitar) have released five critically-acclaimed albums and toured extensively throughout North America and Europe. As a highly-regarded sitar player, Dhir has also collaborated with indie-rock icons (Beck) and legendary cult … Continue reading Elephant Stone
UK shoegaze, guitar noise veterans return to SF with a new album. Openers are Milly and Grinding Eyes.
Indie vets Built To Spill are playing 2 shows at The Fillmore.
Lust for Youth is the solo vehicle of Swedish electronic musician Hannes Norrvide.
Indie Electronic & New Wave/Post-Punk Revival that reminds you of lots of great 80s/90s classics, like New Order, but remains fresh. Recommended if you like Cold Cave, Depeche Mode, OMD, The Psychedelic Furs.
Also playing at The New Parish on 10/30.
DINOSAUR JR. is widely recognized as one of the most significant American rock bands of all time. Preceding Nirvana by several years, Dinosaur Jr. was instrumental in bringing the crashing sounds of lead guitar back to indie rock. It wasn’t just the band’s signature metallic haze that made an impression on listeners; front man J Mascis’ … Continue reading Dinosaur Jr