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    Pixies world tour comes full circle, returns to the Bay in December

Pixies world tour comes full circle, returns to the Bay in December

Last Fall, lo-fi indie rock and roll pioneers the Pixies surprised everybody when they announced a brief, four-stop "pre-tour" limited to small California clubs. As they approach the midpoint [...]

By |June 22, 2017|2 Comments

Giveaway: !!! at The Chapel

Your favorite Brooklyn-by-way-of-Sacramento dance-punk troupe are now of drinking age. !!! have hit 21 years in as a band and are continuing their penchant for disco rhythms and short [...]

Oklahoma pop band Sports hit Bottom of the Hill next month

On July 15, San Francisco’s Bottom of the Hill will play host to a number of up-and-coming acts that don’t believe in the confines of genres.

Oklahoma band Sports delivers [...]

By |June 21, 2017|0 Comments

Little Hurricane sweep into the Bay with new album

Hailing from San Diego, the infectious blues styling of the duo Little Hurricane finds itself with the third of three Bay Area performances since BottleRock Napa as they support their [...]

By |June 21, 2017|0 Comments

Turtlenecked: New album, July shows in SF and Oakland

Turtlenecked, Harrison Smith, already has a Stereogum premiere under his belt, and a blistering, self recorded alt rock album, Pure Plush Bone Cage. He just put out an album, [...]

By |June 20, 2017|0 Comments
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    London producer Tom Misch drops a set at 1015 Folsom this weekend

London producer Tom Misch drops a set at 1015 Folsom this weekend

First discovered by Los Angeles sound collection Soulection, London's Tom Misch has carved out a nice niche for himself. His intricate, soul-driven productions such as "Watch Me Dance" and [...]

By |June 19, 2017|0 Comments
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    Great Grandpa Share ‘Expert Eraser,’ play Bottom of the Hill in July

Great Grandpa Share ‘Expert Eraser,’ play Bottom of the Hill in July

Great Grandpa (photo: Buggo Vigor)

Since 2014, the Seattle rock band Great Grandpa have been slowly gaining a wide a loyal following. After releasing their well-received EP Can Opener, they [...]

By |June 15, 2017|0 Comments
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    The Masonic welcomes French electronic pioneers AIR next week

The Masonic welcomes French electronic pioneers AIR next week

The influential French electronic duo AIR kicked off their first American tour in seven years last week in the Northeast and picks up from Chicago next week into three California dates.

AIR [...]

By |June 15, 2017|0 Comments
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    Interview: Gay Henry returns to NorCal for festival performance

Interview: Gay Henry returns to NorCal for festival performance

'Gay Henry' is a heterosexual millennial drag queen in Guerneville, a small town in rural northern California still populated by descendants of loggers. Gay Henry is especially unusual in [...]

NYC’s Dopapod to jam two nights in the Bay Area

Dopapod, the NYC-based palindrome princes of the jam scene, kicked off their West Coast tour this week in Boulder, CO. They will loop around the PNW and into Santa Cruz [...]

By |June 15, 2017|0 Comments

Hot Flash Heat Wave unveil ‘Soaked’ at Rickshaw Stop

The Bay Area's favorite surf-pop rock quartet Hot Flash Heat Wave are preparing for some big things in 2017 and are kicking the summer off with the release of [...]

By |June 14, 2017|0 Comments
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    Adult Mom to make you proud of your softness at Rickshaw Stop

Adult Mom to make you proud of your softness at Rickshaw Stop

(photo: Bao Ngo)

As someone who is non-binary and chronically depressed, Adult Mom has really helped me feel not alone. They give me a representation of myself and for people [...]

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