Flavorpill Top Ten, Editor Pick. By Cooper Berkmoyer, Flavorpill, May 20th, 2013.
“This Memorial Day weekend festival features up-and-coming bands from every spectrum of the pop genre.”
Heads Up: 7 must-see concerts this week. By Emily Savage, San Francisco Bay Guardian, May 20th, 2013.
“The sparkly avant-pop star [Bjork] 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.”
The comeback kids: Indie-pop straight poppin’. By Julia Chan, San Francisco Bay Guardian, May 24th, 2012.
“Back in the 1990s, indie-pop experienced a significant heyday in the Bay - a phenomenon that may be bubbling up once again.”
San Francisco Popfest, May 25-27. By Kimberly Chun, San Francisco Chronicle, May 24th, 2012.
“If your sweet, sweet poison runs toward dulcet melodies, classic jangle and a way with a perfect, ’60s-rooted, indie-loving pop hook, then Popfest, now in its fourth year, humbly aims to please.”
Pete, Postbox, San Francisco Popfest. By MSN Postbox, Microsoft Network, May 24th, 2012.
“Not unlike Lando Calrissian’s gas mining operation that evaded the Empire’s scrutiny, these three days (Friday, May 25–Sunday, May 27) are pleasantly intimate in scope and will only set you back $28. “
Landlocked. By Ryan Prendiville, San Francisco Bay Guardian, May 22nd, 2012.
“SF Popfest Day 2. With Surf Club, Kids On A Crime Spree, Manatee, Dead Angle, Cruel Summer.”
Interview: Surf Club to bring their landlocked surf rock to SF for Popfest. By Mike G., The Bay Bridged, May 22nd, 2012.
“I’m stoked to be playing with Mike Slumberland and some of his bands.”
Mixtape: SF Popfest 2012 is one week away! By Jackie Andrews, The Bay Bridged, May 16th, 2012.
“SF Popfest returns for a fourth year for indie music lovers with a sweet tooth… The kids from Shine-on will take Saturday into the wee hours of Sunday morning with an indie pop dance party. Check out the full schedule… but first, listen to this mix made by Jamie Jams of Shine On to get you psyched.”
Rock of Ages. By Ian Port, SF Weekly, October 26th, 2011.
“Sic Alps, Lilac, Meridians, Sourpatch, DJ Little Amy.”
Indie Tunes Come Back to the Future. By Schuyler Bailey, Daily Candy, October 26th, 2011.
“If you share our affinity for the ’80s rebirth, consider yourself booked every first and third Wednesday…”
Indie Pop Dance Party Shine’s On Again. By Allan Hough, Mission Mission, October 19th, 2011.
“The party was good lookin’, as you can see.”
Too, too, too. By Marke B., The San Francisco Bay Guardian, October 4th, 2011.
“Don’t cut your bangs. Ever.”
Your New Wednesday Night Dance Party. By Julia Walsh, PopSugar San Francisco, October 5th, 2011.
“Start crafting tomorrow morning’s faux illness now.”
Shine On Debuts Tonight at Public Works. By Allan Hough, Mission Mission, October 5th, 2011.
“The next big thing!”
This Week in SF, By Pedro Hernandez, Night Fog Reader, October 5th, 2011.