Billy Corgan

Ogilala and Corgan’s best at the Herbst Theatre

From grunged out post rock metal god status, William Patrick Corgan, strips down to an acoustic solo album, Ogilala. Emotions still pour through each and every song, and it transitioned … Continue Reading →


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Broken Social Scene’s Hug of Thunder

It’s been seven long years. As fans of the Canadian alt-rock group Broken Social Scene waited for the fifth album from the musical collective. And it really is a collective. … Continue Reading →


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Courtney Barnett with Kurt Vile: Lotta Sea Lice

Cooperating to release the LP Lotta Sea Lice, Courtney Barnett and Kurt Vile have created tracks that wander away from the band’s tempo and tell inside jokes you’re not in … Continue Reading →


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Tei Shi: Polished Intimacy in ‘Crawl Space’

Review and Photography by Megan T. Tei Shi, known in her Canadian hometown as Valerie Teicher released her first single ‘M&M’ only 5 years ago and was praised as “transportive … Continue Reading →


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Alison IS Wonderland with Elohim

View post on imgur.com Review and Photography by Megan T. Take the principal cellist of the Sydney Youth Orchestra , the bassist of an indie rock band and a dreamer … Continue Reading →


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Hope Sandoval and the Warm Intentions live in Berkeley

Review by Megan T. It’s the music of streetlight promenades, cobblestones covered in evening mist, and momentary eye contact beneath the brim of a hat. Hope Sandoval and the Warm … Continue Reading →


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Sylvan Esso Eclipse – Live at Lagunitas

Review and Photography by Megan T. August 21, 2017 Coffee. What Now. If you don’t know Sylvan Esso get out from under your audio rock and listen up! Cause does … Continue Reading →