Music

G-Eazy Returns a Hero

It ain’t easy being G-Eazy, if you believe the East Bay-reared rapper’s…

 

3 Acts To See This Week: Palehound, The Album Leaf, and Sevdaliza

Indie rock Palehound 7 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 22, at Bottom of the…

 

The Coathangers Bring a Riot Grrrl Revival to Noise Pop

The Coathangers’ name alone is enough to entice the uninitiated by mischievously…

 

Noise Pop 2018: San Fermin

Noise Pop is a place where magic happens. No, the odds of…

Bananarama Returns, in Its Original Lineup, for the First Time in 30 Years

Somewhat unfairly, New Wave has been considered a male-dominated genre. Bands like…

Our 2018 Noise Pop Picks

February in the Bay Area is so much damn fun. As SF…

Noise Pop 2018: Mount Eerie

Last month, Phil Elverum — who records under the moniker Mount Eerie —…

Noise Pop 2018: Shamir

The first time I saw Shamir Bailey on stage was at the 2015…

Noise Pop 2018: Crooked Colours

Philip Slabber is packing for a trip to Tasmania. There, the guitarist…

Noise Pop 2018: FEELS

FEELS work fast. As in, the four-piece recorded its bruising self-titled 2016…