The very definitely not retired Rainer Maria comes to the Chapel on Wednesday.
Monday, October 9
Low Roar @ The Chapel
The Bay Area ex-pat, currently settled in Warsaw, comes home to the Chapel.
Trevor Sensor @ The Crepe Place
He’s coming to SF the night after, but the small (some might say cramped) Crepe Place seems a more appropriate setting for his solo singer-songwriter vibes.
Tuesday, October 10
SMSHING HRTS, Naked Walrus, Shipwright @ Bottom of the Hill
This is almost an all-local lineup — Naked Walrus throws the curve.
Pinegrove, Florist, Lomelda @ The Catalyst
Pinegrove is blowing up fast, and Florist isn’t far behind — it might be worth your while to caravan down to Santa Cruz to catch them in the Bay Area this week.
Wednesday, October 11
Tom Petty Tribute featuring members of Goodnight, Texas, Con Brio, Tumbleweed Wanderers and more @ Cafe du Nord
Organized by Avi Vinocur, some of the Bay’s best twang-centric and otherwise vintage-influenced artists are banding together to pay their respects to Petty and raise money for Puerto Rico and Vegas relief, too.
Drinks @ Starline Social Club
The long-running collaboration between Tim Presley and Cate Le Bon continues as Drinks, playing a special Oakland show for your hump day wind-down.
Sugar Candy Mountain, Meernaa @ Rickshaw Stop
Welcome Sugar Candy Mountain back to their original home of the Bay Area, plus one of our newer faves Meernaa.
Rainer Maria @ The Chapel
Almost three years after coming out of retirement, the cult-status indie band is back together and playing the Chapel.
Thursday, October 12
Nightlife Live with DIIV, Black Marble @ Cal Academy
It’s hard to go wrong with a NightLife event: ahead of next week’s “Extraterrestrial” theme, indulge in the hazy sounds of DIIV and locals Black Marble.
New Phone Who Dis? with Fat Tony, Flaco, Odie @ Cafe du Nord
Come meet a group of Text Me Records inductees at this showcase for the rising local label.
Harlem of the West: SF’s Jazzy Fillmore @ Doc’s Lab
History nerds, this one’s for you: Explore San Francisco’s pre-war jazz history at Doc’s Lab, a historic spot in its own right.