Another riotous performance from young psych rock group Locus Pocus

After watching one of Locus Pocus’s sets, one would never guess that they can count on one hand how many live performances they’ve played. On Saturday night, Locus Pocus returned again to headline Neck of the Woods in San Francisco. Expect prolific energy, behind-the-back guitar solos, and a bassist + girlfriend kiss if attending a live show. The band has played a variety of small venues throughout the summer since their eponymous May EP, and released their first music video last month. Their first single ‘I’d Be Your Woman’ will be live at midnight tonight.

 

Anna covers shows in DC and San Francisco, and enjoys cartography and bicycling. More of her work can be found at www.annamcgarrigle.com.

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  1. dadong69 says:

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Another riotous performance from young psych rock group Locus Pocus

After watching one of Locus Pocus’s sets, one would never guess that they can count on one hand how many live performances they’ve played. On Saturday night, Locus Pocus returned again to headline Neck of the Woods in San Francisco. Expect prolific energy, behind-the-back guitar solos, and a bassist + girlfriend kiss if attending a live show. The band has played a variety of small venues throughout the summer since their eponymous May EP, and released their first music video last month. Their first single ‘I’d Be Your Woman’ will be live at midnight tonight.

 

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