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Across The River

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Somewhere on the Golden Coast.

Tonight!

Going to my third Revival Tour!

and it’s 90 degrees! 

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#spring time rules!  #San Francisco 
Giants vs Phillies. (Taken with Instagram at AT&T Park)
April 16, 2012

Giants vs Phillies. (Taken with Instagram at AT&T Park)

April 16, 2012

— 2 years ago
#San Francisco  #Giants  #Phillies  #MLB  #Baseball  #AT&T Park 
Last Night

Fake Problems got a 30 minute set opening up for Say Anything. I think it was a total of six songs. The band has definitely gotten better live (Derek has some new moves) since the last time I saw em during their headline tour.  As for the new guitarist Brian, he is good and pretty young (only a year older than me). Some of the songs sound different, part of it is the backing vocals and part of it is the way he plays. The two songs that sound differently that I can remember are Soulless and There Are Time. The latter sound more of a rock song than a slow song.

Pretty Slick night overall.

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#Fake Problems  #San Francisco 
Going to see Fake Problems tonight

ahh it’s been a while.

and Say Anything. 

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#san francisco 
Cloud Nothings at Bottom of the Hill in San Francisco. March 3, 2012

Cloud Nothings at Bottom of the Hill in San Francisco. March 3, 2012

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#Cloud Nothings  #bottom of the hill  #san francisco 
Archers of Loaf

I get to see them on Saturday!! Noise Pop festival ftw! 

— 2 years ago
#San Francisco  #Noise Pop 

The National

Bill Graham Civic. San Francisco

Dec 3, 2011

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#The National  #San Francisco 
Last night I witnessed the National at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco. I’m not even going to bother talking about the opening acts Local Natives and Wye Oaks….The National were simply perfect.I have waited three years to see them live but I could never convince anyone to with me and for some odd reason, they are the only band I would refuse to see alone. Last night I went with my friends Ryan and Nicole, my sister bought me the tickets for my birthday and I have to say, it was the best thing anyone could have bought for me.The way the Nationals control your emotions live is really rare. Their songs build up this tension within you that just makes you want to scream and then after five or six songs into their set, they played ‘Squalor Victoria’ which gave you a little chance to release that tension towards the end of the song though not all of it. It left you for wanting to scream more, wanting to release that tension more. Few more songs, more tension builds up and then they go into ‘Abel’ where Matt, the singer just becomes a disaster. This process continues till the end until they play ‘Mr.November’ and ‘Terrible Love’ back to back and you just release everything that you had inside you.
It was perfect, just the way I wanted it to be.My friend Ryan on Local Natives: “They look like a band Urban Outfitters created.”

Last night I witnessed the National at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco. I’m not even going to bother talking about the opening acts Local Natives and Wye Oaks….The National were simply perfect.

I have waited three years to see them live but I could never convince anyone to with me and for some odd reason, they are the only band I would refuse to see alone. Last night I went with my friends Ryan and Nicole, my sister bought me the tickets for my birthday and I have to say, it was the best thing anyone could have bought for me.

The way the Nationals control your emotions live is really rare. Their songs build up this tension within you that just makes you want to scream and then after five or six songs into their set, they played ‘Squalor Victoria’ which gave you a little chance to release that tension towards the end of the song though not all of it. It left you for wanting to scream more, wanting to release that tension more. Few more songs, more tension builds up and then they go into ‘Abel’ where Matt, the singer just becomes a disaster. This process continues till the end until they play ‘Mr.November’ and ‘Terrible Love’ back to back and you just release everything that you had inside you.

It was perfect, just the way I wanted it to be.

My friend Ryan on Local Natives: “They look like a band Urban Outfitters created.”

— 2 years ago with 1 note
#The National  #San Francisco 
Asian Man 15 Fest.
Andrew Jackson Jihad ft a member from the Wild

Asian Man 15 Fest.

Andrew Jackson Jihad ft a member from the Wild

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#Asian Man Records  #Andrew Jackson Jihad  #The Wild  #San Francisco  #Bottom of the Hill