Form and Fate

Form and Fate

Welcome to this week's Weekend Digest, a look at what's going on this weekend around the Bay. We'll be back with another news post on Monday, so until then, get off the computer and go check out some music!

We've already discussed And A Few to Break's show with The Attachments in Berkeley tonight, and this week's featured band, Citay, is playing tonight at the Make-Out Room with Hiss Golden Messenger, which features members of The Court & Spark.

Friday night, two veterans of The Bay Bridged mix shows team up at the House of Shields for a night of local indie music. Silian Rail, featured on last month's mix, opens the show along with The Aimless Never Miss and August Mix veteran Form and Fate headlines. Since that mix, F&F has signed to Three Ring Records, who will release The Form and Fate of Lakes in April.

Tickets for Friday and Saturday's performances by Bright Eyes at the Great American Music Hall disappeared within minutes of going on sale, although you can find some on Craigslist, depending on how much you're willing to pay. Both nights feature performances by San Francisco's Vetiver, and we're excited to be going on Saturday to also see locals Port O'Brien.

On Sunday night, we'll be checking out recent featured band The Dodos with fellow San Franciscans The Ohsees at the Rite Spot Cafe in the Mission.

Highlights from around the Bay this week:

-Albondigas reviewed The Dodos' recent show.

-Mesh interviewed Honeycut.

-The Deli SF took a look at Sholi's upcoming tour and future plans.

-Pacific Noise interviewed our old friends Peloton.

-A Nobel Prize was stolen from Berkeley. And then it was returned.

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Have a great weekend!