to hear why Alan Palomo of Neon Indian, whose 22nd birthday is tomorrow, who
was born in Mexico, and who loves New Order, thinks that chillwave is a
term that the Internet rather absurdly slapped on "psychedelic tape
music." And why he's not an introvert even if his songs do get written and recorded in the bedroom.
song requests suck and is disappointed by the rise of bottle service
Press six to read why ASD performer and Bay Area folkie Odessa Chen sings about endangered animals and earns comparisons to Jeff Buckley.
Press seven to read why Deerhunter's Bradford Cox thinks ASD headliner Janelle Monae is "the new Bowie."
Press eight for an conversation with S.F. DJ and ASD performer Ghosts on Tape about why his music sometimes comes out creepy.
Press nine if you want to know why garage girls Grass Widow practice in a meat locker.
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Otherwise, we hope to see you there.