Recommended, 12/12-12/18: Yip Deceiver/Shock, Uzi Rash, Baths/Raleigh Moncrief, Marissa Nadler

Every Monday, we'll be offering you early picks for some of the week's best concerts. Do you think we omitted something worthwhile? Let us know in the comments! Be sure to visit our Local Concert Calendar for an expanded set of daily listings. Yip Deceiver, Shock, Loose Shus, Tres Lingerie at Milk Thursday, December 15th (8pm, $6), Epicsauce, Aerobic International, and Voltaire Records host a gathering at Milk headlined by electro-pop band Yip Deceiver, a group led by Of Montreal members Davey Pierce and Nicolas Dobbratz (also one of the creators of the terrific Sugar & Gold). Speaking of bands [...]

Listen to Dntel’s reissued ‘Life is Full of Possibilities’ now; coming to Slim’s on 12/15/11

If you're looking for a nostalgic, sublime way to spend the next two hours, click on the video above to listen to the deluxe edition of Life is Full of Possibilities by Dntel, newly reissued for its tenth anniversary by the folks at Sub Pop. The record stands as a landmark work in the now-overflowing field of electronic pop, and it's surprising how contemporary it feels even a decade later. Jimmy Tamborello brings Dntel to Slim's on December 15th (8pm, $15/$18), where he'll be joined by Baths and Raleigh Moncrief.

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Photos & Review: DNTEL, the One AM Radio and Geotic at the Rickshaw 8/3/11

On Wednesday, The Rickshaw Stop hosted a great bedroom pop triple bill: DNTEL, the One AM Radio and Geotic. I arrived halfway through the ambient guitar work of Geotic, the ambient side project of Will Wiesenfeld from Baths. At first I didn't even realize that Will was performing. As I approached the front of the crowded venue I discovered him seated alone washed in a haze of pale purple and pink on the small stage. The dreamy riffs backed by a wash of ocean sounds were soothingly dreamy. His tenderly plucked guitar work kept my interest throughout. The act I [...]

Recommended, 8/1-8/7: Regional Bias, Dntel, Howlin Rain, Mirah/Tara Jane O’Neil

Every Monday, we'll be offering you early picks for some of the week's best concerts. Do you think we omitted something worthwhile? Let us know in the comments! Be sure to visit our Local Concert Calendar for an expanded set of daily listings. Regional Bias is Saturday night! Hopefully you aren't yet sick of us writing about Regional Bias, our fifth birthday party/annual fundraiser, which is taking place at the Verdi Club this Saturday, August 6th (8pm, $10-20, All Ages, Buy Tickets Here). Seriously, Little Wings, Royal Baths (farewell show!), White Cloud, and Sea of Bees?! You can't beat that [...]

Public Works opening weekend: DJ sets from Hot Tub, DNTEL + more

Another multi-use space has popped up right on the inner ring of the Mission -- at 161 Erie Street (off Mission street between Duboce and 14th Streets) -- offering a "zone for mixing, mingling and collaboration." Public Works SF is throwing a weekend-long opening reception party to introduce the endless possibilities of the space. After a quick skim of the long list of DJs scheduled, I spotted Debaser's Jamie Jams, Hot Tub and DNTEL (The Postal Service) as highlights, but an art show and many other DJs are also on the schedule: Friday 9/24: Capricious Fall opening art reception, (6-10pm) [...]

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