Better Oblivion Community Center @ The Independent
Better Oblivion Community Center–the supergroup of Conor Oberst and Phoebe Bridgers–wrapped up their tour (and maybe the band) at the Independent in San Francisco on August 11th, a day after their set at Outside Lands. Playing to a packed house, they band tour through their debut record, as well as a some covers of their own tunes, a Magnetic Fields song, and “Shallow” from A Star is Born…
Outside Lands Day 2
The second day of Outside Lands music festival in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park saw an amazing performance from Childish Gambino–possibly his last Bay Are Show ever under that moniker. Check out photos from that plus sets from Wallows, Better Oblivion Community Center, Bea Miller, Hozier, Tierra Whack, and Ella Mai.
Better Oblivion Community Center @ August Hall
Better Oblivion Community Center, the new collaboration featuring Conor Oberst and Phoebe Bridgers, played a sold-out show at August Hall in San Francisco. The show featured songs from their self-titled debut record, as well as covers and reworked versions from their respective solo catalogs. Opening the show were two Bridgers cohorts, the experimental punk theatrical outfit Sloppy Jane, and singer/songwriter Christian Lee Hutson.
Conor Oberst with Special Guests at Prospect Park
BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn Festival
Xponential Music Festival 2017 Day 1!
Conor Oberst, Salutations
The world’s most endearing singer/songwriter.
Kacey Musgraves, Conor Oberst, and The Felice Brothers at McCareen Park
A Northside double headliner.
Watch a video of Desaparecidos at Shea Stadium
NPR films Conor Oberst at the DIY gig, what a world.
Desaparecidos at Shea Stadium
Desaparecidos’ Payola is out now on Epitaph Records and performed two intimate shows last week.
Governors Ball 2015: Day 2
Our coverage of this year’s edition of Governors Ball continues with White Lung, Future Islands, Flume, Kate Tempest, and more.
Watch the So So Glos make a cameo in Conor Oberst’s new video
See what happens when punk meets acoustemo™.
Week in Pop: Animal Eyes, Happy You, The Jungle
Bruce Smear, Caleb Nichols, Unstoppable Death Machines, co-curated by La Hell Gang.
A formerly free release label with a name coined by Jenny Lewis.
The So So Glos opening for Brand New's reunion tour dates in CA and NY
The old guard ushers in the new.
Watch Conor Oberst join The So So Glos onstage to sing “Island Ridin'”
Oberst still gets them girls screaming.