About Tim Draut

Pizza connoisseur and blogger extraordinaire.

SF Sketchfest Twin Peaks tribute coming to Castro Theatre

Grab the coffee and cherry pie, it's time to jump back into the world of Twin Peaks. SF Sketchfest 2018 is presenting a Tribute to Twin Peaks at San [...]

By |December 15, 2017|0 Comments
  • The Soft Moon at Slim's, by Kristin Cofer
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    The Soft Moon returning to the Independent following Sacred Bones debut

The Soft Moon returning to the Independent following Sacred Bones debut

Berlin-via-Oakland post-punk project the Soft Moon has recently signed with New York record label Sacred Bones, announcing the upcoming February 2, 2018 release of its fourth studio album, Criminal.

Luis [...]

By |December 13, 2017|0 Comments

Phem and Fat Tony team up for Text Me Records track

San Francisco-based label Text Me Records has announced its latest collaboration with two up-and-coming hip-hop artists. Los Angeles-based artist Phem is teaming up with Houston's Fat Tony on a [...]

By |December 4, 2017|0 Comments
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    MUTEK festival accepting electronic project submissions for new SF edition

MUTEK festival accepting electronic project submissions for new SF edition

Montréal electronic music festival MUTEK has expanded to seven cities across four continents, announcing its first American edition in San Francisco on May 3-6, 2018. MUTEK has already held [...]

By |December 4, 2017|0 Comments
  • Ty Segall at The Fillmore, by Paige K. Parsons
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    Ty Segall and Shannon Lay supporting OCS for Chapel residency

Ty Segall and Shannon Lay supporting OCS for Chapel residency

A few of California's favorite psych rockers are returning to their old San Francisco stomping grounds for a decidedly less rowdy affair than we've come to expect from the [...]

By |November 30, 2017|0 Comments

Laurel Halo performing live at Gray Area with local support

Laurel Halo is touring the United States with a set of live hardware performances in support of her latest album Dust, released on Hyperdub earlier this year. Experimental Housewife, [...]

By |November 29, 2017|0 Comments

Syd brings solo tour to the Regency Ballroom this week

The Internet frontwoman and producer Syd recently kicked off her first West Coast tour as a solo artist. The Always Never Home tour is named after the new EP [...]

By |November 27, 2017|0 Comments

Superorganism to kick off US tour at Rickshaw Stop in 2018

When "Something For Your M.I.N.D" first surfaced online back in February 2017, no one was quite sure what to expect from the mysterious project known simply as Superorganism. With [...]

By |November 21, 2017|0 Comments

Pinegrove playing at Slim’s with Florist, Lomelda

Pinegrove is leading a stellar lineup at Slim's this Wednesday, with Lomelda and Florist supporting the New Jersey headliner at the sold-out show.

Pinegrove, led by Evan Stephens Hall [...]

By |October 10, 2017|Comments Off on Pinegrove playing at Slim’s with Florist, Lomelda
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    Big Thief bringing ‘Capacity’ tour to the Chapel, Hardly Strictly

Big Thief bringing ‘Capacity’ tour to the Chapel, Hardly Strictly

(photo: Shervin Lainez)

Big Thief are returning to San Francisco this weekend to perform a sold out headlining show at the Chapel on October 7. Don't worry if you slept [...]

By |October 5, 2017|Comments Off on Big Thief bringing ‘Capacity’ tour to the Chapel, Hardly Strictly
  • Parentz at the DNA Lounge, by Robert Alleyne
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    Parentz share “LoseCTRL,” playing Great American Music Hall with Tennyson

Parentz share “LoseCTRL,” playing Great American Music Hall with Tennyson

It's finally Friday, and you know what that means: another sexy single from Bay Area duo PARENTZ courtesy of Popgang Records. The series of weekly digital releases has been [...]

By |September 29, 2017|Comments Off on Parentz share “LoseCTRL,” playing Great American Music Hall with Tennyson

Review: Priests and Lithics at Swedish American Hall

Monday night’s double-bill post-punk show at the Swedish American Hall was over by 10pm, following two extremely satisfying sets from Portland’s Lithics and Washington D.C.’s Priests — and oh [...]

By |August 10, 2017|Comments Off on Review: Priests and Lithics at Swedish American Hall
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