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RAC, Big Data, and Geographer at Club Nokia: an orgiastic explosion of sonic beats and grooves

Club Nokia was the place to be last Friday as remix kings RAC hosted a night of celebration for electronic music artists that included performances by Geographer and Big Data. But the lo-fi instrumentals of filous opened the night; his method of using his guitar and ukulele to record chords and then play them back […]

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Win Tickets to RAC with Big Data at The Shrine Expo Hall

Photo Credit: Jon Duenas Electronic music producer/multi-instrumentalist RAC (Remix Artist Collective) aka André Allen Anjos has perfected the art of the alternative remix, breathing new life into tunes from various top-notch indie artists such as Washed Out, Phoenix, Yeah Yeah Yeahs and more. His newest single “One House” (feat. Speak) is available now and you won’t […]

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Geographer and Smoke Season captivate the El Rey Theatre with marvelous performances

Geographer played the El Rey this past Saturday night captivating fans with a blissful performance. Michael Deni came out dressed in sleek black, and right away hypnotized the packed room with his charming stage presence and vocals. Deni is a man of many talents and seamlessly transitions from vocals, guitar, keys and sax. The people in […]

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Win Tickets to Geographer at The El Rey Theatre

San Francisco indie rock trio Geographer are taking Southern California by storm this January, including a special stop at the El Rey Theatre on Saturday, January 17th. Per the band’s website, lucky attendees will be of the first to hear new songs from their upcoming album! We caught them last year putting on a spectacular […]

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Geographer at Echoplex – Nov 5
Just Announced: Geographer at Echoplex – Nov. 5

Did you miss them at the Getty this past Saturday? Well, Geographer are back with a headlining show date at the Echoplex on Tuesday, November 5. We last caught Geographer at the Echo this past February and it was a spectacular show full of stage dives and crowd interaction (just look at the photo above). […]

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Hot New Music: Kacey Johansing – Grand Ghosts – Album Review

  Close your eyes and imagine hearing the voice of a glamorous lounge singer circa 1940 with sultry vocals created to melt your heart. Kacey Johansing’s sophomore LP Grand Ghosts, blends the classic beauty of yesteryear with a touch of sullen tone and modern experimental music. Her warm and rich vocals have an old-timey feel that’s […]

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Geographer at The Echo – Photos Review – Feb. 1, 2013

San Francisco indie rock trio Geographer stormed the Echo this past Friday, February 1 for an spectacular and intimate sold-out show! This marked the trio’s first headlining U.S. tour where crowds received a full taste of their engaging synth and cello-fueled sound, and energetic live show.  The band’s newest album Myth is out now and they’ve been working on some cool […]

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Win Tickets to Geographer (SOLD OUT) at The Echo – Feb. 1, 2013

San Francisco indie rock trio Geographer storm the Echo on Friday, February 1.  This marks the trio’s first headlining U.S. tour where crowds can get a full taste of their engaging synth and cello fueled sound and energetic live shows.  The band’s newest album Myth is out now and they’ve been working on some cool […]

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Contest: Win Tickets to Freelance Whales with Geographer at El Rey – Oct. 16, 2012

It seems like it was only yesterday when we witnessed New York’s Freelance Whales make their Echo debut back in 2009 as they opened up for Fanfarlo. These kids have come a long way and are ready to grace the stage of the El Rey as the HEADLINER on Tuesday, Oct. 16. Opening up for […]

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Geographer At Levitt Pavilion Macarthur Park - Photos- August 12, 2012
Geographer at Levitt Pavilion Macarthur Park – Photos – August 12, 2012

Geographer should be called “babeographer.” Aside from the beautiful electro dream pop these S.F. boys create, they look absolutely stunning in these photos. Were you at their free outdoor performance at Levitt Pavilion Macarthur Park? Check out our photo gallery below!   Photography: Monique Hernandez Click through the photo gallery below for more photos!

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Contest: Win Tickets to I Break Horses at the Echo (May 23, 2012)

Swedish duo I Break Horses play the Echo on Wednesday, May 23.  IBH are on tour in support of 2011 debut album Hearts.   Their melodic and lavish synth fueled shoegaze, accented by singer Maria Lindén’s Scandinavian coo will have you swinging and swaying to the beat.  Geographer and Old Toy Trains support. Tickets to the […]

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Miami Horror, Chapel Club & Superhumanoids at the Echoplex (March 12, 2011) — Show Review & Photo Gallery

So we all know that SXSW just went off in Austin, but before the madness ensued in Texas, the Echoplex wanted to give us unlucky Angelinos who wouldn’t be able to make it to the AWESOME music-filled week a little treat with its SXSW Kick-Off Party featuring Miami Horror, Chapel Club, Superhumanoids, Geographer, Polock and […]

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Stars at the Glass House – Photo Gallery & Review

Montreal indie rockers, Stars, put on quite the beautiful show this past Sunday, November 13 at the Glass House in Pomona. Stars couldn’t have been paired with better supporting acts. Both The Pains of Being Pure at Heart and Geographer were absolutely gorgeous complementing Stars with their eloquent musings of lovely indie pop. With each […]

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The Pains of Being Pure at Heart at the Glass House – Photo Gallery & Review

How can such sweet delicate sounds come out a band that loves the-just-about-banned Four Loko? I guess these New York darlings, The Pains of Being Pure at Heart, have a wild side to them. And frankly, that kind of makes me love them even more. The Pains have been beyond busy the past year since […]

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