Text and Photos by Bobby Cochran It’s a distinct treat when two complimentary, unique and genre-pushing artists decide to join forces and hit the road together. Russian Circles and Chelsea Wolfe (who’ve been label-mates and sometimes collaborators for many years) brought this enchanting musical package to the Regency Ballroom in San
Yeah I know, we’re a little late to the party with this one, but give us a break. A lot bands need sick reviews written about their newest release so they can gain “clout” on the internet. In a perfect world, being a solid live band and touring would be
Photos and Text Bobby Cochran San Francisco – 3.29.17 Thee Parkside is a tiny dive bar between the Dogpatch and Potrero Hill districts of San Francisco. It’s the place to play for many touring heavy and punk bands when they come through SF, and the intimate setting brings a new
Text & Photos: Bobby Cochran Code Orange are no longer just a bunch of kids from Pittsburgh. The five-piece hardcore outfit (including touring guitarist Dominic Landolin) have matured into a pulverizing, solid sonic machine, and they brought their own special brand of madness to the tiny San Francisco club, Thee Parkside.
I can’t remember the first moment I set foot on a skate, but I do know the year was around 1974 or 1975. Since then, I have been addicted to speed. The first moment that I felt fear was when I was bombing a hill, got the wobbles and face planted on some concrete. 1984
Real creativity is alive in the blues of this universe, and from nothing we make everything. ASUNDER was a band that knew how to paint majestic, dirgey images with their brand of apocalyptic doom. On December 17th, 2006, at the El Rio in San Francisco, the band gave a superdelic performance that was