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Jordan Dalrymple (Subtle/13 & God) just released his first album of funky, electronic pop as Antonionian and he has an album release show on March 23rd at the Rickshaw Stop (8pm, $10). Doseone and Jel support their Anticon labelmate with a solo set and a DJ set respectively.

Antonionian – “Into the Night”

Burger Boogaloo: Three days of garage, punk, and rock and roll

The Burger Boogaloo festival takes place at Thee Parkside and El Rincon from March 25th-27th. The fest features a bevy of surf/garage/trash/punk bands like The Traditional Fools, Mean Jeans, Moonhearts, Ty Segall, Davila 666, Strange Boys, and more.

Davila 666 ‒ Esa Nena Nunca Regreso
Moonhearts – “Shine”
The Strange Boys – “This Girls Taught Me a Dance”

Epicsauce has lined up three of SF’s best emerging synth rock and electronica acts — Exray’s, Phantom Kicks, and Yalls — to perform together at Milk on March 24th (8pm, $6). They’ll be joined by Baltimore’s Adventure, whose second album of retro-inspired electro pop is out this week on Carpark.

Adventure – “Feels Like Heaven”

Exray’s – “Hesitation”

Phantom Kicks – “Cut From A Different Clay”

Portland’s The Parson Red Heads are preparing a new full length for release this summer, and the band is embarking on a West Coast tour. See them at the Hemlock Tavern on March 26th (9:30pm, $8), with locals Jean Marie and Laguna Sunrise.

Jean Marie – “Golden Cherries”

Parson Red Heads – “Choose”