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    Fête Records Day Party shines a light on roster gems Reva DeVito, Mac Ayres and psalm

Fête Records Day Party shines a light on roster gems Reva DeVito, Mac Ayres and psalm

The word fête is defined as a celebration or festival, so it's somewhat fitting at the Washington, D.C.-based label Fête Records is celebrating the latest gems in their roster [...]

By |October 18, 2017|0 Comments
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    Greek Theatre hosts triple-threat bill: Solange, Flying Lotus, Earl Sweatshirt

Greek Theatre hosts triple-threat bill: Solange, Flying Lotus, Earl Sweatshirt

It goes without saying: Solange headlining a major venue doesn't need too much hyping up. Adding Flying Lotus and Earl Sweatshirt does send it over the top, however, turning [...]

By |October 17, 2017|0 Comments

Support the oldest theater in San Francisco October 19

The Balboa Theatre is the oldest running movie theater in San Francisco: it was built in 1926, and has stayed in that location for 91 years. The interior did [...]

By |October 16, 2017|0 Comments
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    Lunice breaks hiatus with debut album “CCCLX,” hits 1015 Folsom this week

Lunice breaks hiatus with debut album “CCCLX,” hits 1015 Folsom this week

It has been almost five years since TNGHT — duo-producers Lunice and Hudson Mohawke — declared their hiatus from their otherworldly trap beats that shook down clubs and venues. [...]

By |October 10, 2017|0 Comments

Open Mike Eagle brings daydreams to the Independent

Open Mike Eagle is always the man with a story: His successful 2014 project Dark Comedy embraced and wrestled amongst the trials, tribulations, and musings of a premature midlife [...]

By |October 9, 2017|0 Comments
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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|0 Comments

Sponsored: The Sounds at the Regency Ballroom

The Sounds were a band ahead of their time.

A small contingent of Swedes made their way stateside in the early 2000s (remember the Hives?), among them Maja Ivarsson and [...]

By |October 4, 2017|0 Comments

Sea Witch Fest continues tonight with hex filled tunes

Three different nights, three different venues, and three different lineups, but they're all worth it. Sea Witch Productions has been ensuring perfect lineups for a while, and now they're [...]

By |September 29, 2017|0 Comments

Giveaway: The Pains of Being Pure at Heart at the Chapel

(photo: Ebru Yildiz)

Indie pop royals The Pains of Being Pure at Heart  return to San Francisco to play the Chapel with The Courtneys on September 26. The reason I call [...]

By |September 25, 2017|0 Comments
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    Giveaway: A Father/Daughter double feature with Vagabon & Nnamdi Ogbonnaya

Giveaway: A Father/Daughter double feature with Vagabon & Nnamdi Ogbonnaya

It's hard to say "my favorite band off the label Father/Daughter Records is coming to town" because:

A lot of my favorite bands off Father/Daughter Records are always in [...]

By |September 22, 2017|0 Comments

Giveaway: Downtown Boys at Starline Social Club

(photo: Farrah Skeiky)

I have never felt so at home on nepantla, the bridge between where I live and where my family emigrated from, than I have in the past [...]

By |September 21, 2017|0 Comments
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    Marshall Crenshaw packs pair of reissues, film project, 3 Bay Area shows this week

Marshall Crenshaw packs pair of reissues, film project, 3 Bay Area shows this week

The first time Marshall Crenshaw performed out west was at the Keystone in San Francisco. It was June 4, 1982, and he burst onto the popular music scene with [...]

By |September 19, 2017|3 Comments
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