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Alt-Country with Susto & Futurebirds

Review and Photography by Megan T. Debut album on April Fool’s Day. Acoustic guitar with ivory inlays. Hair and beard falling at the same length. Their first performance in San … Continue Reading →


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1,000 Beyond: Vanessa Carlton’s Liberman

Review and Photography by Megan T. We all have a choreographed dance to Carlton’s ‘1,000 Miles’ from her debut album “Be Not Nobody” (2002). Or maybe I’m speaking from my … Continue Reading →


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Snail Trails and Vomitstep

Review and Photography by Megan T. Dirty Bass. Seductive trap beats. Vicious drops. And a ballroom of scantily clad Snail-heads. This DJ / Producer has given himself the awkward title … Continue Reading →


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Joshua Radin at the Chapel

Review and Photography by Megan T. Radin raced into the music scene, learning guitar only several years before his debut 2006 album ‘We Were Here’ featuring the kindhearted lullaby “Everything … Continue Reading →


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Spring Fling through the San Joaquin Valley

Cage the Elephant announce a 15 date national tour, and starting off here in California. Fresno is the first stop, and then up to Sacramento and back down the San … Continue Reading →


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SF’s dreamy Papercuts to open for Beach House

Jason Quever as Papercuts will be opening for the highly anticipated Beach House West Coast Tour. San Francisco and Los Angeles dates have been sold out for half a year, … Continue Reading →


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More than Reggae: Pepper in Paradise

Review and Photography by Megan T. Without all the mellow Hawaiian vibes of traditional reggae, Pepper showed up in bro tanks and skinny pants, more than ready to turn up. … Continue Reading →