Coachella In San Francisco? April Show Dates In The City!
Goldenvoice produces Coachella every year in Southern California and they didn’t want to leave Northern California hangin, so this month they’re putting on a bunch of concerts in SF featuring some great talent from the Coachella Lineup.
The brash & talented Action Bronson is coming to SF. His lyrics are both funny and imaginative, and his cadence has been compared to GhostfaceKillah. His new album just dropped and his single ‘Baby Blue’ is soulful and catchy. He’s teaming up with lyricist Earl Sweatshirt out of Los Angelos, who will definitely add to the swagger on stage.
This French DJ sold out The Regency so quickly they decided to move the concert to The Warfield. His new album “Adventure” just dropped this March and to be expected it’s fun, dancy, and draws on that great summer sound similar to fellow french DJ M83.
Clean Bandit had one of the biggest hits of 2014 titled “Rather Be” which features songstress Jess Glynne. Conveniently Jess Glynne is the opener at this concert, so the show will feature “Rather Be” in all its proper glory.
Special Guests Touche Amore and Joyce Manor
Thu, Apr 16, 2015 – 8:00PM
@The Regency Ballroom
Conor Oberst of Bright Eyes fame fronts Desaparecidos and pairing them w/ Touche Amore and Joyce Manor means this lineup is seriously stacked with bands who share the acoustic pop-punk sound that everyone loves from Conor Oberst.
Annie Mac is a DJ who works at the BBC. She just got a major promotion to replace Zane Lowe. In the UK this is the equivalent of Stephen Colbert replacing David Letterman. So for Brits, she’s a very big deal. Oh! and her beats are dope too.
Swans are a storied industrial rock band who have been at it since the early ‘80s. Angel Olsen was one of the most blogged about singer/songwriters of last year having sold out Great American Music Hall on her own a few months ago back. Put Swans and Angel Olsen together and this concert has something for everyone.
Interpol are one of those seminal indie rock bands from the New York scene. They are a must see band for anyone who grew up listening to rock in the early 2000s. If you’ve never seen them live, simply put, you should be at this concert.