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Monday, May 18, 2015
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Sunday, May 10, 2015
The Independent in San Francisco was the seen of a theatrical event as much as a concert. Lila Rose released her new album WE. ANIMALS. Just before her set the cloaked object on stage was reveled to be a cage. As her set started that cage came alive with Rose inside it. She was surrounded by ghostly images of animals and faces. On one side of the stage playing drums was the producer of the album Daniel Garcia. The other side of the stage was the excellent string quartet Squid Inc. Her music is dramatic and theatrical with influences from Florence and the Machine and Björk. The set finished with the title song We Animals. Back inside the cage. Back behind bars Rose left us with the word’s “we are animals, least we forget it.”
May 10. 2015 | By Don Albonico
Monday, May 4, 2015
Tuesday, May 5 at The CruxBy Zach Hagadone
It's road season for a lot of bands and local rockers Revolt Revolt are taking their "driving, noise drenched" sound for a little fresh air.
Teamed up with fellow locals, garage band Mindrips, Revolt Revolt is kicking off a monthlong West Coast tour ahead of the Aug. 4 release of new EP Wild Unraveling. First stop: The Crux on May 5 for a 6 p.m., all-ages show. From there it's on to Pocatello, Las Vegas and a southward swing to Pasadena, Calif. The road home leads through Portland, Ore.; Olympia, Wash.; and Seattle. The tour wraps with a TBA Boise show on May 23.
According to Revolt Revolt's website, Wild Unraveling is the first collective project for the current line-up of the band, which solidified in 2014, and includes special guests Doug Martsch and Todd Dunnigan, of Built to Spill, and Earl Hughes, whose bona fides include work with Alabama, The Beach Boys, Don Ho and Freddy Fender.