Death Valley Girls

  • Anika: “The music does its own thing.” (5/29 at JB’s)

    Last year British-born, Berlin-based post-punk-leaning, avant-garde singer/songwriter Anika (real name Annika Henderson) released Change, her second solo album and first since 2010, on Sacred Bones.  In September we chatted about the album (which was inspired in equal parts by ‘90s alternative music, the current state of politics, the pandemic,...
  • Pink Mountaintops: “It’ll be a singing party.” (5/28 at KFN)

    “It’s Interesting coming back into the world with this pandemic; things are different.  It’s great to see friends again, and do our thing, finding good coffee and finding good food,” says Stephen McBean of finally getting back on the road.  Although best known as frontman of Vancouver psych rockers...
  • Death Valley Girls Talk Death, Dogs, and The City of Brotherly Love and Sisterly Affection

    Although this was never intended to be part of the story, I’ve actually spent much of the past few hours live-Tweeting back and forth with LA-based punks Death Valley Girls about the 18-inning, Game 3 of the World Series between the Los Angeles Dodgers and Boston Red Sox… And,...