Japanese Breakfast at The Regency Ballroom
Michelle Zauner brought her band Japanese Breakfast to San Francisco’s Regency Ballroom on September 30th, the first of two nights in the Bay. Toronto singer Luna Li opened the show with an energizing set of her won.
Japanese Breakfast at the Neptune Theatre
Japanese Breakfast – the indie rock band led by Michelle Zauner – delivered a spectacular performance this past weekend on the first of three sold out nights at Seattle’s Neptune Theatre. Zauner & co. played a bunch of tracks off her excellent latest LP ‘Jubilee’ as well as material from ‘Sable’ – the recently released videogame that she scored. The Toronto musician Luna Li opened the show.
Intersect Music Festival – Day 2
The second and final day of the Intersect Music Festival in Las Vegas, featuring performances by Anderson Paak, Brandi Carlile, Leon Bridges, Spoon, Japanese Breakfast, and Miya Folick.
(For a full gallery of Foo Fighters, check out the pics here.)
Comedy Central Clusterfest in San Francisco
Comedy Central’s third annual Clusterfest comedy and music festival took place in San Francisco’s Bill Graham Civic Auditorium and City Hall plaza over three days, June 21-23. Performers included Fred Armisen, Ilana Glazer, Courtney Barnett, and Japanese Breakfast.
Songs of the Week
Japanese Breakfast at the Fox Theater in Oakland
Japanese Breakfast at the Fox Theater in Oakland, CA on June 25th.
Week in Pop: Floam, Pleather, Sis
Memory Keepers, Michael Beach, Reality Something, Rearranged Face, guest selections by Nectar.
Week in Pop: Airiel, Indian Agent, Invisible Boy, Sleeping In
Forced Random, Honey Harper, Macajey, Slow Dakota, guest selections by Chuck Strangers.
Japanese Breakfast with Mannequin Pussy at The Masquerade
An Indie-Rock Exhibit
Japanese Breakfast and Yohuna at Union Pool
Japanese Breakfast brings Soft Sounds from Another Planet to Union Pool in the daytime.
Slowdive, Japanese Breakfast at The Vic
Japanese Breakfast, Mercury Girls, Swanning at Everybody Hits
Lights, camera, action.
Mitski Wraps Up Her Tour Loud, Clear, and Strong at the Music Hall of Williamsburg
Loud, clear, strong.
Week in Pop: Future Generations, PANGS, Vritra, We Are Temporary
D/R/U/G/S, Everyone is Dirty, Hip to Death, Night Shapes, OIM Records, Paul Fonfara, guest selections by Jay Som.
Mitski, Japanese Breakfast, and Jay Som at PhilaMOCA
We saw Mitski perform live in a former showroom for mausoleums.