You may have heard about Alibi, an exciting new nonprofit magazine based in Oakland that aims to present "rock 'n' roll and literature side by side" in order to explore their relationship. With Zach Rogue of Rogue Wave and Neko Case on the board of directors, and Case slated to play the live ... More >>
The Dear Hunter at Bottom of the Hill on Friday night. The Dear Hunter Kay Kay & his Weathered Underground O'Brother Naïve Theives July 16, 2011 @ Bottom of the Hill, San Francisco Better than: Seeing another Zach Rogue soundalike at the New Parish When progressive emo bands like the Dear ... More >>
Rogue Wave, with Zach Rogue at left. After making four albums with his Oakland indie-pop outfit Rogue Wave, chief singer and songwriter Zach Rogue needed a break. So, armed with a few scraps of songs and some acoustic guitars, Rogue headed to a studio in Bloomington, Ind. -- ostensibly to begin a ... More >>
Rogue Wave, loose in public!So, Oakland indie-rock outfit Rogue Wave (producer of the recent Permalight) is playing a free show at Great American Music Hall. Well, sort of. The tickets are free, if you know where and when to get them. And guess what? We will tell you -- after the jump.
From their recent album release Permalight and a supporting tour to shooting music videos in the Salton Sea, the dudes of the Bay Area's very own Rogue Wave are pretty busy to say the least. As a solid staple on the indie music agenda, their fifth album doesn't cease to disappoint with familiar ... More >>
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