Jamie Jams was on KALX with DJ Poindexter this past week for 3 whole hours of Pre-Popfest Poppery.
The gang discussed the history of Popfest, gave away a few tickets to the shows and played songs from all the bands.
Check out the EXCLUSIVE playlist after the jump!
Legs - Two Colours
Permanent Collection - Sundays
Hotpants Romance - Wild Bikini
Chain and the Gang - Deathbed Confession
The Gimmicks - Roda
Sisu - Two Thousand Hands
Still Flyin’ - Good Thing It’s A Ghost Town Around Here
Dream Boys - Sworn
Chastity Belt - Ponytail
Jacuzzi Boys - Los Angeles
Burnt Palms - Just For Me
Small Faces - I’ve Got Mine
Bee Gees - Turn of the Century
The Orange Peels - Your New Heroes
Sea Lions - I Should Be Sleeping
Heathers - Teenage Clothes
Ski Lodge - I Would Die To Be
Dark Beach - Phenomenon
Traditional Fools - Davey Crockett
Rubber City Rebels - Paper Dolls
Golden Grrrls - Paul Simon
Surf Club - Swoon
Bearhug - Debris
Island Boy - Heart Attack
Kahimi Karie - What Are You Wearing?
Anna Karina - Petite Lola
Cruel Summer - Leeches
Orange Juice - Felicity
Ohio Express - Had To Be Me
Mantles - Don’t Lie
Strawberry Alarm Clock - Pretty Song From Psych-Out
James Molkeha - Maui Girl
My Bloody Valentine - Only Tomorrow
Heathers - Colossi of Memnon
Nacho Business - Spend the Night
Colleen Green - Number One
BOAT - Inside Of An Aquarium
Still Flyin’ - Travelin’ Man
Heads Up: 7 must-see concerts this week
05.20.13 - 12:57 pm | Emily Savage
Bjork is coming! She’ll bring Biophilia’s ambitiously in-the-round and touch screen app-filled show to Richmond, Calif. this week. Plus, the educational component of that tour will make its way to the Exploratorium via a handful of science and sound experiments.
The sparkly avant-pop star is the major music news this week in the Bay, however there also is the annual (and reliably well-curated) SF Popfest, plus a bunch of other shows you should be checking out as well, like Japanese doom masters Boris, Swedish indie popsters the Shout Out Louds, the gritty B-side soul goodness of the Detroit Cobras, and local rock’n’roller Mikal Cronin — high on the release of a celebrated new solo album,MCII.
Here are your must-see Bay Area concerts this week/end:
The pizza-loving Sea Lions (think a more beachy Vaselines) come to the Bay via Oxnard, Calif. courtesy of this weekend’s SF Popfest. And that fest lineup for the evening is rather ingenious, bookended with the awesome “stoner-punk” LA shredder Colleen Green — go now and check fuzzy “Heavy Shit” — along with distorted-pop maker Permanent Collection, and more.
With Still Flyin’, Burnt Palms
Fri/24, 9pm, $12
Café Du Nord
2170 Market, SF