Yalls and Teen Daze at Public Works

A crowd gathered as the dull hum of idle chatter turned into something more frenetic. The venue is just a small loft space hidden somewhere in the Mission District of San Francisco, but the intimacy of it soon had the audience dancing to a wave of pulsing electro beats. Suddenly a boring Tuesday night had gotten a lot more interesting.

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The two bands performing -- Bay Area glo-fi one man band Yalls, and Canadian chill waver Teen Daze -- are more of the psychedelic pop variety than their overseas French electro cousins. Yalls, a Berkeley native, sounds like trippy pop with his interesting synth hooks and somewhat melancholic vocals. Songs like Spaceship, Shapeless, and Germs are both incredibly powerful and fun all at once.

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Teen Daze, who headlined the event due to the release of his new album "A Silent Planet", produces chill electro beats reminiscent of a quintessential 80's song. Although the crowd was dancing, his music also sounds perfect for lying in a sunlit park. The music is extremely unique and slow, yet also pop-y, and with the disco ball projecting star like patterns onto him, you could possibly mistake the venue for a stargazing dome. Teen Daze and Yalls are both still touring, and they have several more shows together in the US.

Katie Roseff 
Co-Creative Director

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