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From Wednesday 29 March 2023

Samiam – ‘Stowaway’

Donā€™t call it a comeback. Call it an evolution, a rebirth, a continuation after twelve years of absence for the mostly forgotten cousins of the Gilman Street family, Samiam. After signing to a major in the nineties and touring across every inhabited continent with just about every big alt

Friday 23 March 2018

Awesome Fest 11 Sunday @ The Office, Bar Pink, Soda Bar, & Space Bar, San Diego

The final day of Awesome Fest 11 arrived with afternoon shows, once again. Iron Chic filled The Office to capacity, so there was no getting in after seeing Tiltwheel’s set over at Bar Pink. The Sunday night shows at Awesome Fest are always bittersweet. Some of the best sets happen

Tuesday 09 January 2018

Awesome Fest 11 makes third round of band announcements

The Awesome Fest 11 organizers today announced another group of bands that will perform at the three-day festival, 16-18 February, 2018 in San Diego. Joining previously announcement bands will be Samiam, Maniac, Never Old Bones, Cringeworthy (a Cringer/j church tribute) and Evil Livin’. It has also been announced that

Monday 06 March 2017

Say-10 Announces Flexi Series to Benefit Non-Profits

Say-10 Records hasĀ announced the first release in an ongoing series of flexi-discs that aimsĀ to raise money and awareness for some non-profit organizations that are combating injustice in our world. The first in this new series is from the band Samiam. Ā Proceeds from the sale of Samiam’s flexi-disc will be

Wednesday 19 October 2011

Samiam – Relentless Garage, Highbury

Samiam Ah, the Garage. Sometimes it sounds great/passable and sometimes it sounds like a horrendous pile of dogshit… tonight is the latter. First up battling against a half empty room and the lovely sound is APOLOGIES I HAVE NONE, and since the move to a full band,

Monday 10 October 2011

Samiam @ The Garage

Samiam, The Garage, 02/10/11

Wednesday 25 October 2006

Samiam – Leeds Josephs Well

Calcutecs are three fifths ex-Dugong and they?re in a similar sort of vein. Passionate and fairly intricate as their set was, and they don?t, as yet, live up to the legacy they?ve set down. Matt Broadbent?s vocal range is impressive, and he keeps those