Peelander-Z Touches Down in SF 

Despite its extravagant stage show, the Japanese-American punk band remains bafflingly obscure.

Never mind the $7 airline cup-size drink. Never mind the crushing electro-pop remix of Nirvana's "All Apologies" being piped through the DNA Lounge speakers. Never mind, even, Graffiti Monsters, the hardcore opener that ended its set with the frontman putting away his…

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