The Avett Brothers return to Greek Theatre

The Avett Brothers are kicking off the Bay Area summer concert season with the opening show of the 2016 outdoor season at the Greek Theatre in Berkeley on Saturday, April [...]

By |April 27, 2016|0 Comments
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    A eulogy for the shoulders of the giant: Celebrating Prince through Shamir

A eulogy for the shoulders of the giant: Celebrating Prince through Shamir

When a musical icon passes away, it's as if a major institution crumbles. Prince held a vast wealth of cultural currency, and his death is akin to the Federal [...]

By |April 27, 2016|0 Comments

Wine and Bowties announce Feels V festival

The Wine & Bowtie-curated Feels festival is back for its fifth installment and boy, it (Feels V)ery wonderful. If the last time around was a celebration of fall, this [...]

By |April 25, 2016|0 Comments

The Saint Johns and Aubrie Sellers bring twang to SF

Something new is happening in country music and its official home base in Nashville. While the glitz remains, and girls, guns, and broken hearts still take up much of [...]

By |April 15, 2016|0 Comments

Sponsored: Lush set to perform at The Warfield this Sunday

Lush is predominantly known for their involvement in crafting melodies and guitars into a genre we know as 'shoegaze'.

Now, 20 years after their first studio recording and live show, they are [...]

By |April 13, 2016|1 Comment
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    Let’s all go see Laura Stevenson and Crying this Friday at Thee Parkside

Let’s all go see Laura Stevenson and Crying this Friday at Thee Parkside

In the end, music is art and is used as a means of self-exploration and explanation by many. Laura Stevenson (based out of Long Island, New York) originally began [...]

By |April 12, 2016|0 Comments

Jam giants moe. return to the Fillmore to record live album

Independently self-reliant jam band giants moe. will be returning to the Bay Area for two very special shows in celebration of their recent 25th anniversary.

The first, on Saturday April [...]

By |April 8, 2016|4 Comments

Preview + Giveaway: Wicked Man at Great American Music Hall

Wicked Man (Photo by Shawheen Keyani)

Oakland's Wicked Man have seemed to be touring at a breakneck speed since we caught up with the band's last EP in November [...]

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    Surprise! Dan Deacon to play the HackTheHits after-party this Saturday

Surprise! Dan Deacon to play the HackTheHits after-party this Saturday

Surprise! The beat-bending musical wizard known as Dan Deacon is hitting the Bay Area this Saturday.

I know, right? You may be just as flabbergasted as I was when I [...]

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    Converse Rubber Tracks to offer free studio time at Different Fur

Converse Rubber Tracks to offer free studio time at Different Fur

As a band, recording is an essential tool in getting music out to ears everywhere. But it can also be a bit of an expense. Not so with Converse Rubber [...]

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    Young Fathers and HXLT to bring redefined rap to the Mezzanine

Young Fathers and HXLT to bring redefined rap to the Mezzanine

I had always hoped Chicago house-hop would become the next rap phenomenon — and I was absolutely sure it was going to after Vic Mensa dropped “Down on My [...]

By |April 1, 2016|1 Comment
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    Q&A: Frankie Cosmos talks fave cereal, plays Swedish American Hall April 16

Q&A: Frankie Cosmos talks fave cereal, plays Swedish American Hall April 16

Photo: Samantha Casolari

Frankie Cosmos is the brainchild of Greta Kline, but lately it's been more of a love child of The Epoch. The Epoch is an art/music/film community based [...]

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