See StringQuake for free at the De Young on Friday

Photo by James Dong

StringQuake is a trio featuring Amelia Romano on harp, Misha Khalikulov on cello, and Josh Mellinger on percussion. They play music from a lot of different […]

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    Charting San Francisco summers – The Silhouette Era’s ‘Beacons’

Charting San Francisco summers – The Silhouette Era’s ‘Beacons’

It’s the time of year where most of our “favorite new music” is poppy, bubbly and a seemingly fitting soundtrack to the warm days that come along with summer. […]

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Apache and the return of Ghost Town Gallery

If you were to search “Ghost Town Gallery” here on this very site, you would see that they have been an on-again, off-again, legendary venue for years. Bands that […]

Preview: Phases at Rickshaw Stop this Friday

If you were anything like me as kid, you were obsessed with Gilmore Girls, The OC, Bright Eyes and Rilo Kiley. Sure, two of those are TV shows, but […]

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    Mike Coykendall and Carlos Forster take over Lost Church 7/31

Mike Coykendall and Carlos Forster take over Lost Church 7/31

Photo of Mike Coykendall by Michael Bordelon

A pair of longtime music veterans (and pals), Portland’s Mike Coykendall and SF’s Carlos Forster, each released outstanding records this year, and they’re […]

Giveaway: Sam Amidon, Little Wings at the Swedish

Photo by Terry Magson

Sam Amidon manages to accomplish something that not every folk musician can. His music can move seamlessly from upbeat, intricate finger-picking to serene, floating melodies, all […]

Father President: Album release party at Bottom of the Hill

San Francisco’s Father President  have released their new album Swim for Your Country.  This Friday at Bottom of the Hill, they will be celebrating the release, and you can join by giving the […]

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    Great American Spirit Ball comes to Great American Music Hall

Great American Spirit Ball comes to Great American Music Hall

Wildly described as “a pageant of bizarre and the occasion to channel the spirit animal inside of us all” by Be Calm Honcho band member Shannon Harney, this Saturday […]

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Eight years in, Outside Lands cements a lasting legacy

Deep in the vegetation of Golden Gate Park, among the tens of thousands of attendees at the Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival in 2012, beside the fairytale-like “houses” […]

Speedy Ortiz will play Rickshaw Stop August 7

Outside Lands is fast approaching, and with the festival comes many great musicians, some of which wander to other more affordable venues. Speedy Ortiz is one of these musicians. […]

Girlpool: New LP, video, and upcoming tour

Girlpool’s debut LP Before The World Was Big has come to make you feel at home in that little corner of your bedroom where you cradle yourself in denial. It […]

A night of post-rock with Unconditional Arms

Oakland instrumental post-rock outfit Unconditional Arms came into the world only two years ago, but has already given us five releases and in just about every format possible. The […]

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