Long live King Ty Segall!
Longtime friends and collaborators Nas and Lauryn Hill made their stop in the Bay Area to a sold-out crowd. Although their careers have taken dramatically different paths since their epic 1996 collaboration on “If I Ruled The World,” the 2 proved they can still rip a live show.
Sunday/Day 2 featured an epic rock lineup of over seven straight hours of excellent music.
To some of us, there is no better festival than San Francisco’s very own Treasure Island Music Festival, and we’ll tell you why.
Dirty Projectors are exactly the type of band the Bay Area embraces whole heartedly — talented, quirky, passionate, eclectic, and soulful.
Every Liars album is strikingly different from the last, unless the band played an album from start to finish, it’s impossible for them to deliver a coherent flow and sound live, but that’s part of the fun.