Music Reviews

Sixer

Saving Grace

TKO

Tough guy songs that hit you right in the head. Falling between California alley rock and street fighting British punk, or maybe like a fist fight between The Clash and Social Distortion. There’s a little bit of country, you know the saying, but it’s hidden in the Pogues-like chaos of the choruses, and there’s a lot of that rock n’ roll. Maybe Steve Earle could get all punked out and tour with these guys. Members of Sixer, in case anyone’s keeping track of these things, have been in Ann Barretta and Lazycain.

TKO, 4104 24th Street # 103, San Francisco, CA 94114


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