Ticket Giveaway: Those Darlins, Pangea, and Heavy Cream at Rickshaw Stop this Friday, 11/9/12

A massive dose of Nashville is rolling through the City this Friday night, as Those Darlins are playing a gig at Rickshaw Stop with fellow Music City, USA natives Heavy Cream. L.A.'s Pangea is also joining the fray for what should be an evening of raucous rock 'n' roll framed by snarling guitars, furiously bashed snares and cymbals, and haunting vocals that climb to screeching heights when the time is right. And guess what? We've got tickets. Yessir – the kind folks at Rickshaw Stop gave us a pair of tickets, and we're giving them away to one lucky reader. [...]

Heavy Cream release split 7" with The Coathangers; supporting Those Darlins at Rickshaw Stop on 11/9/12

Heavy Cream – the Nashville-based outfit whose debut LP Super Treatment was produced by Ty Segall and released on Infinity Cat Recordings, the label run by Jake and Jamin Orrall of JEFF The Brotherhood – dropped a new split 7-inch single with Atlanta quartet The Coathangers on Suicide Squeeze Records yesterday. Their contribution "Toasted" is two minutes of sludgy, fuzzy fury and recently premiered on Nylon. Check it out: The split 7-inch is limited to a run of 750 copies, and the online pre-sale sold out already, so you'll need to head out to your local record shop to get [...]

Hunx & His Punx, NOBUNNY, Heavy Cream, and Shannon and the Clams at Bottom of the Hill tonight, March 21st

Tonight Oakland's retro rock-and-roll contingent will commandeer one of San Francisco's dearest music venues, and it will be served with a side of punk, and it will be awesome. Hot on the heels of a pair of new solo music videos, which we've written about here and here, Hunx will be reunited with his Punx at Bottom of the Hill, and Shannon and the Clams, whose charismatic frontwoman lends her gravelly croon to Hunx, will be the first to kick off the grittier-than-the-50s lineup. NOBUNNY will precede the headliner to round out the trio of Bay Area nostalgics, and Nashville's [...]

Live This Month: September 2011 – an audio guide through SF concerts this month (Podcast #256)

Live This Month: September 2011 (Podcast #256) 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. Two big local-focused events top this month's calendar. First, we're pleased to be co-producing the free, all ages 2011 Rock Make Street Festival, taking place on September 17th at Treat Avenue and 18th Street in the Mission District. Additionally, the Mission Creek Music Festival returns to SF and Oakland for its fifteenth installment this month. Beyond those fests, the September concert calendar seems heavy on out-of-town acts playing [...]

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