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 […]
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, […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
(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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
“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 […]
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 […]
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’. […]