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    Oh The Nerve premiere new video, playing free Pride weekend show

Oh The Nerve premiere new video, playing free Pride weekend show

Today, we're premiering a new music video from Bay Area queer feminist pop/R&B band Oh The Nerve. They are also performing a free show on Sunday, June 24 in [...]

By |June 22, 2018|Comments Off on Oh The Nerve premiere new video, playing free Pride weekend show
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    LoFi Satellites lead triple threat garage rock lineup at the Hotel Utah

LoFi Satellites lead triple threat garage rock lineup at the Hotel Utah

Experimental rock and roll band LoFi Satellites will be hosting an eccentric and noise-laden bill at the Hotel Utah Saloon in San Francisco tonight. The show is highly recommended [...]

By |June 22, 2018|Comments Off on LoFi Satellites lead triple threat garage rock lineup at the Hotel Utah

Giveaway: Sons of an Illustrious Father at the Chapel

(photo: Ebru Yildiz)

It's Pride Month, and in San Francisco it's Pride Week. So this Friday, after the Trans March, come to the Chapel and celebrate Pride with the NYC [...]

By |June 20, 2018|Comments Off on Giveaway: Sons of an Illustrious Father at the Chapel

The Silhouette Era premieres new single “Jaded Summer”

The Silhouette Era have a big week ahead of them beginning with today’s premiere of "Jaded Summer," just a few days before the release of their self-titled EP on [...]

By |June 19, 2018|Comments Off on The Silhouette Era premieres new single “Jaded Summer”

Genre-blending band boostive returns home to Santa Cruz

A trifecta of feel-good sounds is coming to Moe's Alley tonight, Tuesday, June 19, 2018. The night features Santa Cruz original boostive at the intimate and rambunctious venue, offering [...]

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Cruel Diagonals preps debut LP of experimental compositions

Oakland's Megan Mitchell wears many musical hats, as a field recorder and audio archivist, as the publisher of the Many Many Women index of women/trans/non-binary composers, as a DJ, [...]

By |June 14, 2018|Comments Off on Cruel Diagonals preps debut LP of experimental compositions

Get excited for ‘Explorer’ with new music from Con Brio

After releasing a stellar, soulful cover of "Heart-Shaped Box" last month, Bay Area favorite Con Brio has dropped a couple more singles from their upcoming sophomore album, Explorer.

"Too Lit [...]

By |June 12, 2018|Comments Off on Get excited for ‘Explorer’ with new music from Con Brio

Cougar on a Meth Binge preps dreamy show

Oakland's Cougar on a Meth Binge has never sounded like their name might lead you to believe, and now they're hoping to lead you about as far from their [...]

By |June 5, 2018|Comments Off on Cougar on a Meth Binge preps dreamy show
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    Greater Sirens to release debut album ‘Unnatural Causes’ tonight

Greater Sirens to release debut album ‘Unnatural Causes’ tonight

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On June 1, post-punk indie rockers Greater Sirens will release their debut full length album, Unnatural Causes. Blending twin bass guitars, toy keyboards, and percussion that pops [...]

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Redwood Mountain Faire returns to Felton this weekend

This weekend, Saturday and Sunday, June 2 and 3, the Redwood Mountain Faire returns to Roaring Camp Railroad in Felton, CA. Featuring 22 bands, this family friendly arts, food [...]

By |June 1, 2018|1 Comment

Mall Walk releases final single, plays final show tonight!

After several years, an EP, an LP, and a pair of singles, Oakland's Mall Walk is calling it quits. On their way out, the post punk trio is releasing [...]

Loco Tranquilo drop “Wind Song,” tease upcoming EP

San Francisco's Loco Tranquilo, fresh off their inclusion on our "Highlights in Bay Area Latin Music" mixtape have released "Wind Song," the first single from an EP set for [...]

By |May 8, 2018|Comments Off on Loco Tranquilo drop “Wind Song,” tease upcoming EP