.Travis Bill

Feb 23, 2011


As Radiohead's career template has shown, reinvention is the only way to remain relevant eighteen years after your debut. In Rainbows (2007) had an...
Dec 8, 2010

Judgement Day in Many Incarnations

If you've lived in the Berkeley area anytime between 2002 and now, you've likely heard Judgement Day, although you may not know it. Truthfully,...
Nov 23, 2010

Explosions in the Sky Delivers a Spectacle

When Texas band Explosions in the Sky offers to play a one-off benefit concert, you can bet your life that, true to the...
Oct 6, 2010

Arcade Fire Burns Bright

When Arcade Fire came to the Greek Theatre three years ago, it was a loveable indie powerhouse playing morbid songs about death, religion, and...
Aug 3, 2010

Live Review: Wolf Parade Trounces Critics

Montreal’s Wolf Parade has always been a kid brother of sorts to the grandiose, oversize Canadian groups like Arcade Fire and Broken Social...
Jul 14, 2010

Audrye Sessions Not So Pure, But Still Explosive

Oakland's Audrye Sessions has had a long two years. It signed a record deal with Black Seal in 2008, quickly released an EP and...
Jun 2, 2010

Review: Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros

Since its 2007 inception, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros has been consumed by the modern hippie lifestyle and a thematic search for everlasting...