Luke Sweeney releases “Doin’ It To You”

San Francisco sweetheart Luke Sweeney has been slowly building up the anticipation for his full-length release, Adventure:Us with numerous singles and videos. The most recent addition? “Doin’ It To […]

By |July 21, 2014|0 Comments

Frankie Rose announces November West Coast tour

For the first time since Frankie Rose’s third album Herein Wild was released on Fat Possum Records, the reverb-drenched indie pop goddess will be touring the West Coast. It will […]

Father/Daughter announces Happy Diving – ‘Big World’

It’s more or less amusing that many of the members of the East Bay’s Happy Diving have yet to reach the legal drinking age. Even more so is the […]

By |July 21, 2014|0 Comments

Craft Spells and The Bilinda Butchers sell-out The Chapel

The Bilinda Butchers (Photo: Nic Pope)

Justin Paul Vallesteros has a knack for creating woozy bedroom-pop that clenches deep in the pit of your stomach. Melding wistful incantations for the cerebral, Craft Spells recently […]

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    This Week in SF, 7/21-7/27/14: Cymbals, The Soft White Sixties, White Lung, Fritz Montana

This Week in SF, 7/21-7/27/14: Cymbals, The Soft White Sixties, White Lung, Fritz Montana

Enjoy this Spotify mix featuring the best local and touring bands performing in SF this week, then find out where and when they’re playing below. For a full list […]

Yung Lean brings Sad Rap to The Independent

Grab your bucket hats and AriZona Iced Teas, Yung Lean is bringing his Sad Boys crew to San Francisco tomorrow. The young Swedish rapper-turned Internet sensation will perform a […]

By |July 18, 2014|1 Comment

Jeff Desira releases new album, ‘Weathervane’

Local singer-songwriter Jeff Desira is coming hot off the presses with his newest release, Weathervane, and will be playing Amnesia to celebrate.

After a combination of wanderlust adventures in New York, […]

By |July 18, 2014|0 Comments

Dangermaker release music video for “The Light”

Local alternative rock band Dangermaker are back at it with a new video for their song, “The Light.”

The video is a black-and-white silhouetted montage of images, featuring portraits of […]

By |July 18, 2014|0 Comments

Al Lover releases new track, “Stonegoat”

Over the past few years, Al Lover has quickly become one of the most interesting producers in San Francisco. He makes music that slides seamlessly between genres, creating a […]

By |July 18, 2014|0 Comments

CYMBALS hit Rickshaw Stop next Wednesday

Lauded as “down home disco,” UK’s CYMBALS will be hitting Rickshaw Stop next Wednesday with Berkeley’s own Astronauts, etc. and Santa Cruz’s The Wild Wild. The Age of Fracture, their most […]

White Lung to play Rickshaw Stop with Wax Idols, REDREDRED

In this day and age, it’s not hard to find and discover incredibly influential female musicians. This is the point where I direct you to a show that just […]

By |July 17, 2014|0 Comments

Boing Boing and Noise Pop team up for vinyl event on Friday

Vinyl enthusiasts, listen up! Boing Boing and Noise Pop have teamed up to host “Talk, Play, and Sip: The Art and Allure of the Record Album” at the Oakland […]

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