Jay Som // The Courtneys Show Review

Author: Shaye Graves Twenty-two-year-old San Franciscan Melina Duterte has been discreetly self-releasing lo-fi bedroom pop music on the internet under the moniker Jay Som for years. After catching the attention of Polyvinyl Record Company, Duterte was able to … Read More >

Quinn XCII Show Review

Author: Allie Fitzwater To get the crowd excited for Quinn XCII last Thursday night, High Noon Saloon presented Kolaj, an electronic/dance group. Kolaj spread upbeat vibes and electric sounds making many bodies move to the beat. Yet when … Read More >

Album Review: Valerie June’s The Order of Time

Author: Aaron Grych Valerie June is anything but traditional. Her voice is nasally, her style can’t be confined to one genre, and her hair resembles a heavily dreadlocked version of Medusa herself. However, June is able to master … Read More >

Dinosaur Jr. Show Preview

Author: Rolands Lauzums In 1991, Lou Barlow bumped into his former bandmate, J Mascis, in their hometown of Northampton. Nirvana’s Nevermind has began its domination over the Billboard charts and this chance encounter prompted Barlow to launch a … Read More >

Phantogram Show Preview

Author: David Heinrich Phantogram are one of the coolest acts out there right now, and we’re super lucky that they’ll be joining us at the Orpheum Theater this Monday. The dark-indie-electronic-rock duo of Sarah Barthel and Josh … Read More >

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