See if David Duchovny’s songwriting skills match up to his acting this Wednesday night at Social Hall SF.

Monday, February 13

Trendy Dad @ Milk Bar
San Francisco snotty punk rock giving King Tuff a run for their money.

Thundercat @ The Independent
Thundercat’s latest single “Show You The Way” is a down-tempo synth-laden R&B tune featuring Michael McDonald and Kenny Loggins.

Kush Jones @ Brick & Mortar Music Hall
A member of the 11-member Juke Bounce Werk crew, Kush Jones focuses on juke and Chicago’s footwork.

Tuesday, February 14

The Lovemakers, Planet Booty @ Starline Social Club
We recently premiered Planet Booty’s revealing music video for “Naked.” Take a peek here.

Fat Tony, AhMerAhSu, Saturn Rising, Big Baby Gandhi, B- @ Eli’s Mile High Club
LMSFN‘s Oakland series continues, this time with Fat Tony, the Nigerian-American rapper from Houston, headlining.

Snow Angel, Well, Lester & the Hoax @ Oakland.Secret
Snow Angel is an Oakland funk-pop girl collective of rainbow-drenched whimsy.

Wednesday, February 15

David Duchovny @ Social Hall SF
Accomplished actor, novelist, producer, and now a singer, too? What more can Hank Moody possibly do?

Angel Olsen @ The Fillmore
Angel Olsen is one of our generation’s leading songwriters of slow-burn vulnerabilities. Both her 2016 release, My Woman, and her 2014 release, Burn Your Fire For No Witness, are exemplary.

The Bribes @ El Rio
The Bribes came to us within the last year by way of Chicago, and have quickly ingrained themselves into the Bay Area music scene.

Thursday, February 16

Rose Droll @ Amnesia
I saw Rose Droll play a live session at UC Berkeley’s KALX radio station a few months ago, and her vocal styling and wit absolutely captivated me. (At one point I thought about shushing the overly chatty sound engineer standing next to me, but somehow held back. I think he figured out that his voice over her voice was causing me physical pain.) Also a member of San Francisco-based Boy Scouts, expect to hear a lot more people raving about Rose Droll in the near-distant future.

Angel Olsen, Chris Cohen @ The Fillmore
So nice we put her twice. This is the second night of Angel Olsen’s stop at The Fillmore. Neither show is sold out, so take your pick.

Kan Wakan @ The Chapel
Originally organized as a small orchestral ensemble, Kan Wakan creates lush, cinematic soundscapes and has collaborated with the likes of Moses Sumney, Thundercat, and Tosin Abasi.