A collection of some of my published writing.
The Dreamforce 2016 Dreamfest is gearing up to be one of the most exciting and legendary nights in Dreamforce history. It truly doesn’t get any bigger than a performance by U2!
If you live in the San Francisco Bay Area, you may have heard of Salesforce. But have you heard of Dreamforce — the largest gathering of Customer Trailblazers that takes over all of downtown San Francisco?
Lately, it feels easier and easier to express oneself with a GIF online. We’re less than a few months away from the best 4 days of the year and we can’t think of a better way to express our excitement for Dreamforce.
While the biggest football game in the country was getting ready to go down, we were getting ready to give back — in the most rocking way imaginable!
An album named Angel makes me think of a one of few things: An alt-rock band that has found the Lord, a Nordic pop group's debut album, or Mariah Carey. Pure X's third album is (thankfully) neither of those things.
I had been in The Independent for about 7 minutes on Tuesday night, when an eager British guy came up to me and told me to come with him.
Perfume Genius was just as charming during our phone interview as I had hoped. The solo project of Seattle-native Mike Hadreas, Perfume Genius is having a moment.
"Okay here’s the deal," lead singer of Tartufi, Lynne Angel tells me over the phone. The San Francisco band is currently on tour across the country in support of their latest album, These Factory Days.
"The one thing we really want to do is go to a toga party," said Will Doyle. Palma Violets' drummer is lamenting about the college partying experience the young band has forgone to instead tour the world.
If you've seen Father John Misty three or four times like I have, you may know he has a fiery stage presence and isn't too shy to make sardonic small talk in between songs.
DIIV are set to take the stage at Great American Music Hall this Thursday, May 1. Having remained quiet since releasing the lo-fi, reverb-soaked Oshin in 2011, the band are rumored to be releasing new material sometime this year.
As the maddening goodness of Noise Pop 2014 rolls in, and shows sell out left and right, it's no surprise that tonight's Courtney Barnett show at Rickshaw Stop is sold out (you can still get in if you buy a badge).
I’m just going to say the thing that a lot of vegetarians and not-too-meat-friendly folks are not supposed to say: it’s hard to feel creative in the kitchen sometimes.