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    The Wood Brothers hold two nights at The Fillmore this weekend

The Wood Brothers hold two nights at The Fillmore this weekend

Barn-stomping band of brothers Chris and Oliver Wood are returning to The Fillmore for two nights of back porch Americana this weekend, Saturday, February 24 and Sunday, February 25.

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By |February 22, 2018|0 Comments
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    Yaeji, Sigrid, Jamiroquai visit the Bay Area for “Local-chella”

Yaeji, Sigrid, Jamiroquai visit the Bay Area for “Local-chella”

Coachella is treated as the official kick-off to festival season, a back-to-back two-weekend event setting the tone with bigger lineups and surprises every year. Legacy bands and acts have [...]

By |February 21, 2018|0 Comments

Noise Pop: Carla dal Forno veers between dreams

Carla dal Forno has made a musical life composing atmospheric post-punk songs that veer between extreme minimalism and dreamy nu-gaze. It’s exactly the soundtrack a San Franciscan might imagine [...]

By |February 19, 2018|0 Comments
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    Check your ego at the door with TiRon & Ayomari at Brick & Mortar

Check your ego at the door with TiRon & Ayomari at Brick & Mortar

TiRon & Ayomari have impeccable timing. Their first breakthrough record, 2011's A Sucker for Pumps arrived at the brink of internet rap; The Wonderful Prelude and The Great New [...]

By |February 19, 2018|0 Comments

Diet Cig returns to the Bay Area for Valentine’s Day

New York City based pop-punk saviors Diet Cig will be sliding into the Bay Area for two Valentine's Day shows next week. On Wednesday, February 14, the group will [...]

By |February 12, 2018|0 Comments

Front Country returns for two nights in the Bay Area

Next week, former Bay Area residents Front Country return for two high energy genre-bending Americana performances.

Front Country will be performing a solo show in Felton at the new Flynn's [...]

By |February 12, 2018|0 Comments

Dr. Octagon, performing as a trio, coming to the Fillmore

He's wacky, he's unpredictable, he's Kool Keith. The experimental rapper can be seen performing at the Fillmore on February 18 under his breakout persona, Dr. Octagon. He'll be joined [...]

By |February 9, 2018|0 Comments
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    Soulection’s Lakim, j.robb, Yogi boi will light Up the New Parish next month

Soulection’s Lakim, j.robb, Yogi boi will light Up the New Parish next month

Los Angeles-based beat label Soulection has taken the world by storm since its inception in the early 2010s by founder Joe Kay and Andre Power.

There's an argument to be [...]

By |January 29, 2018|0 Comments

St. Vincent bringing eccentric show to Bill Graham

Indie rock and roll icon and David Byrne collaborator Annie Clark, or St. Vincent, will be appearing at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco on Monday, January 22, [...]

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Jessica Lea Mayfield breaks her silence through song

Jessica Lea Mayfield continued performing and touring while she privately endured pain and trauma from years of domestic violence.

At home in a small apartment she shared with her husband, [...]

By |January 22, 2018|Comments Off on Jessica Lea Mayfield breaks her silence through song

The outlaw country sounds of Willy Tea Taylor

Catch the burly outlaw country of Willy Tea Taylor in San Francisco at The Lost Church on Saturday, January 20, 2018. Exactly one week later on January 27, the [...]

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Railroad Earth brings ‘Captain Nowhere’ to the Bay Area

Railroad Earth, the resident jam-grass giants of High Sierra Music Festival's sister event Hangtown Music Festival, swing through the Bay Area for a pair of shows this week.

Touring behind [...]

By |January 17, 2018|Comments Off on Railroad Earth brings ‘Captain Nowhere’ to the Bay Area
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