Giveaway: Courtney Barnett with San Fermin at Slim’s

Aussie Queen and rock and roll badass Courtney Barnett is coming to San Francisco on Monday, November 3, and we’ve got a pair a tickets to hand out to […]

By |October 30, 2014|0 Comments

You guys, The Uptown is closing

You guys, The Uptown is closing.

It’s nothing personal. While owner Larry Trujillo has made it clear that it’s “simply a business decision,” it’s still a major bummer.

While it’s shocking, […]

By |October 30, 2014|1 Comment

Giraffage streams “Tell Me” from new ‘No Reason’ EP

Giraffage just returned to the Bay after a lengthy tour supporting Porter Robinson, and he’s wasting no time before his next project. That’s right, the artist (whose real name […]

By |October 29, 2014|0 Comments

The Stone Foxes take up residency at The Chapel

Hometown heroes The Stone Foxes will be taking up residency at The Chapel for the first three weeks of November. Joining artists like the alt-rockers of Annie Girl & The […]

By |October 29, 2014|0 Comments

Coming to San Francisco: Sego at Slim’s

Some lyric videos make you abuse the snooze button. Others bring you back to obsessively nit-picking the universal truths hidden in lyrics that got you, the real you. Sego conjures neither of these emotions (perhaps […]

By |October 29, 2014|0 Comments

A Million Billion Dying Suns is now WOVE

(Photo by David Wasjfelner / Edited by Floyd Hill)

We’ve been big fans of Nate Mercereau’s project A Million Billion Dying Suns since he first shared his self-made kaleidoscope-inspired videos […]

By |October 28, 2014|0 Comments
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    O\'Death playing two Bay Area gigs this week in support of new LP

O\'Death playing two Bay Area gigs this week in support of new LP

Brooklyn’s O’Death dropped their fourth studio album Out Of Hands We Go a few weeks ago on Northern Spy Records, and they’re playing shows at Brick & Mortar Music […]

By |October 27, 2014|0 Comments

Andrew St. James holds release party for ‘The Shakes’

San Francisco wunderkind Andrew St. James is closing his October residency with a release show.

Nineteen years old and already on his first full-length, Andrew St. James is taking October […]

By |October 27, 2014|0 Comments
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    Premiere: Blood Sister pays homage to ’80s cult flick in video for “Ghost Twin”

Premiere: Blood Sister pays homage to ’80s cult flick in video for “Ghost Twin”

“You wanna know who and what I am?” asks a heavily-made up woman with a vacant stare in her blurred, VHS-quality eyes. “I’m a killer.”

Fair enough. You’ve chosen homicide […]

By |October 27, 2014|0 Comments

Get to Know: Reishi

I’ve seen Reishi live twice now – including once under their previous moniker with slightly altered personnel Randy Marsh (thankfully they kept the iconic South Park patriarch’s face emblazoned […]

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    Health crisis! UK invasion with Allo’ Darlin, Fat White Family, & more at Rickshaw Stop

Health crisis! UK invasion with Allo’ Darlin, Fat White Family, & more at Rickshaw Stop

Allo Darlin’ – SXSW 2010 – Cute but deadly

Ebola is nothing compared to the health issues going on this month at Rickshaw Stop!

This Friday, October 24, it’s Allo Darlin’. […]

By |October 23, 2014|0 Comments

Coming to the Bay: Cre•scen•do

Mixing old-school shoegaze with modern-day dream-pop, Cre•scen•do sounds like a new genre all of their own.  Maybe that’s why they coined the term “DreamGaze” to describe their unique sound.  […]

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