Tag Archives: High Noon Saloon

Deafheaven Preview

When Deafheaven released Sunbather in 2013, the conventional wisdom of metal began to unravel. Formed in 2010 in San Francisco by vocalist George Clarke and guitarist Kerry McCoy, Deafheaven have always sought to branch themselves out of the … Read More >

Temples Preview

“Psych” music has been all the rage in underground rock circles the past few years. But like most genre descriptors (indie, shoegaze, noise, et al), once it gained even a modicum of popularity it begin to get applied … Read More >

Future Islands / Ed Schrader’s Music Beat Preview

While most people might only have discovered Future Islands after seeing lead singer Sam Herring’s now .gif-immortalized dance moves on their David Letterman performance of “Seasons (Waiting On You)” earlier this month, it may come as a surprise that they’ve … Read More >

Man Man Performs an Energetic Set at the High Noon

On Oni Pond was one of my favorite albums of 2013 and I’ve been following Man Man frontrunners Honus Honus and Pow Pow on Instagram for the last few months, so I’ve been anticipating Monday night’s show at the … Read More >

SAVAGES Review

“And yet                                                   If the world would shut up Even for a while Perhaps We … Read More >

Savages Preview

SAVAGES are coming to town this Wednesday. They are an intense group of four women from London who play post-punk music that will rock your face off.  Nothing about them is unintentional; from the declarative, almost prophetic statements they post … Read More >

Elephant Revival Review

Elephant Revival is a quintet of five incredibly multi-talented musicians, all contribute vocals and writing in addition to playing a wide range of instruments.  Sage Cook on banjo, guitar, mandolin, tenor banjo, bass and fiddle; Bridget Law on fiddle and … Read More >