Recommended, 4/11-4/17: Foxtails Brigade, Lumerians/Wire, The Blank Tapes/Kacey Johansing, and Record Store Day

Every Monday, we'll be offering you early picks for some of the week's best concerts. Do you think we omitted something worthwhile? Let us know in the comments! Be sure to visit our Local Concert Calendar for an expanded set of daily listings. Foxtails Brigade launches The Bread and the Bait Laura Weinbach and Anton Patzner are Foxtails Brigade, a duo mixing classical guitar and strings into intricate chamber pop. The Bread and the Bait is out Tuesday on Antenna Farm, and the band's celebrating on Sunday, April 17th at the Swedish American Hall (8pm, $10, All Ages). Rachel Fannan [...]

Thursday Night: KUSF Benefit at Milk; KUSF in Exile streaming online

The SHE'S - "Surfer Boys" If you are a little cynical, you might have expected the Save KUSF movement to start out with a lot of outrage that would gradually dissipate as people moved on and got distracted by other things. Admirably, that hasn't been the case, and KUSF DJs and supporters have continued the fight in the courts and in the public arena. You can find out more about the legal battle in this detailed article at Radio Survivor. On the public front, DJ AmperDan is throwing a KUSF fundraiser show this Thursday at Milk (8pm, $10), featuring The [...]

Rad Cloud – California ‘Totally Rad’

RAD CLOUD - CALIFORNIA TOTALLY RAD [OFFICIAL VIDEO] from breeefcase on Vimeo. Rad Cloud recently took a tour of California, as evidenced by this tour documentary video as shot by filmmaker Aaron Rietz. Follow the band as they go up and down the coast, spreading the music along the way. Rad Cloud's Super Kung Fu is out now via Fullyintercoastal Records, and the band is set to play on April 15th at Great American Music Hall (details TBA).

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Friday: ATA film and music night with Rad Cloud + Grand Lake

Friday could be your movie, music AND date night over at Artists' Television Access, aka ATA (992 Valencia, 9pm, $6). It's the premiere of a few things made by some music-loving filmmakers, plus local poetry from Erik Noonan and a live performance from Rad Cloud. Jameson Swanagon (of Grand Lake), produced, directed and wrote the score of "Big Feet," which premieres on this evening. Bob Thayer and Joe Golling collaborated on the collection entitled "Flowers," a combination of short films and music videos on super 8 which is "a celebration of cinematography and the blending of the pastoral and supernatural [...]

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