The SandwitchesUnlike their namesake, San Francisco's the Sandwitches are something of an acquired taste. Their rootsy, bare-bones rock can at first seem rough-hewn and somewhat difficult -- but given time, one begins to recognize the subtlety and emotional honesty in their songs, especially ... More >>
Romana MachadoFuckaroos Fuckaroos, Sandwitches, Earth Girl Helen Brown, Sonny & the SunsetsApril 2, 2011@ Amnesia BarBetter than: Pulling
the mask off the old Lone Ranger.
It seems everyone's tired of hipsters, but no one's tired of complaining about them but me. You can scarce swing a dead ... More >>
Tim CohenThere's long been an interesting overlap between the worlds of music and visual art. Countless rock bands (see, for starters, the 'Stones) assembled in art school, and many musicians, after their recording lives settle down, hit the gallery circuit. So it perhaps didn't take a wild ... More >>
The Sandwitches @ Rickshaw Stop
If the Replacements were ghoulish teenage girls raised on a strict diet of Chuck Berry outtakes, the Sandwitches would be their biggest fans. Moaning and howling out harmonized orders to go "Back to the Sea" or "Mary Me," lead vocalists and guitar players Heidi Al ... More >>
Man, San Francisco is so strong on the indie music front these days. And that's not just empty cheerleading. Our pop bands (Girls, The Dodos) are getting prime festival slots and lots of press love, while experimental psych-garage act Sic Alps has been asked by industry heavies (Sonic Youth and Y ... More >>