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Download: Live This Month: July 2016 (Podcast #388)

In Live This Month, we sample some of the great local and out-of-town bands performing in the coming month in the San Francisco Bay Area.

July is packed with great shows, including our 2016 Phono del Sol Music & Food Festival! Taking place on July 9, Phono del Sol 2016 promises a full day of great bands from the Bay Area and beyond, as well as an after-party with a stellar lineup over at the Rickshaw Stop.

Learn more about Phono del Sol and all of July’s highlights in this episode. Enjoy the podcast and then go see some concerts!

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About the bands:

Burnt Palms – “Fold”
Supporting of Tacocat and The Regrettes at Bottom of the Hill on July 15

Fear of Men – “Trauma”
On July 15, the band performs at the Swedish American Hall with Fear of Men and Puro Instinct

Bows – “Should Have Known”
Playing alongside Guy Fox on July 22 at The Independent

Nite Jewel – “Boo Hoo”
Coming to the Brick & Mortar Music Hall on July 30

Born Ruffians – “Don’t Live Up”
Performing at the 2016 Phono del Sol Music & Food Festival on July 9 with Chairlift, Alvvays, Mr. Little Jeans, Adam Vida, The Seshen, The She’s, Hot Flash Heat Wave and Dick Stusso

Royal Headache – “Another World”
On July 11, the Australian band comes to the Great American Music Hall with Toys That Kill and Tony Molina

GØGGS – “Glendale Junkyard”
The Double and Scraper join Ty Segall’s new project at the Rickshaw Stop on July 17

Yoni & Geti – “Lunchline”
Go Dark opens for the duo on July 23 at the Great American Music Hall

Foxtails Brigade – “We Are Not Ourselves”
Playing at the Hemlock Tavern on July 24 with The Rifle and Invisible Signals

Cian Nugent – “Things Don’t Change That Fast”
Woods and Gun Outfit join the singer-songwriter at The Chapel on July 29

bAd bAd – “Low Ambition”
Part of an all-local show at The Knockout on July 22, with Sam Flax, Terry Malts, and Friendless Summer

Sirena Victima – “See You Tomorrow”
Headlining the Hemlock Tavern on July 28; Nu Normal, Slow Crawl, and Tango Hustle also perform

Mitski – “Your Best American Girl”
Performing with Japanese Breakfast and Jay Som at the Starline Social Club on July 8 and Bottom of the Hill on July 9

Yumi Zouma – “Barricade (Matter Of Fact)”
The band headlines the Phono del Sol after-party at the Rickshaw Stop on July 9, with The Peach Kings, French Cassettes, and DJs

TTNG – “Coconut Crab”
The band comes to Thee Parkside on July 21; Covet opens the show