Photos: The Band Ice Cream at Rickshaw Stop

The Band Ice Cream (photo: William Wayland) After a long tour starting in New York City, The Band Ice Cream returned to San Francisco with a party (complete with party hats) to celebrate their newest album, Numbskull. The Bay Area's Zelma Stone, Shutups, and Tino Drima joined in the fun to make this a great night of moshing and crowdsurfing at Rickshaw Stop.

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What’s Happening This Week? A Guide To Shows Around The Bay, June 19 – 22

Hilarity may or may not ensue with Bill Murray at Festival Napa Valley. Monday, June 19 Hot Flash Heat Wave @ Rickshaw Stop Cool down from this crazy heat wave with former Phono players Hot Flash Heat Wave as they debut their new record. Preening, Valley Girls @ El Rio A perfect night for a beer on the patio at El Rio, cap off your happy hour with two local rock and roll acts. Tuesday, June 20 Bill Murray @ Festival Napa Valley No laughs here (OK, maybe a few) — Murray will be testing out some spoken-word performances, featuring [...]

What’s Happening This Weekend? A Guide To Shows Around The Bay, April 7 – 9

Feel that Icelandic chill at The Fox this weekend. Friday, March 7 Regina Spektor @ The Greek Theatre The pianist and singer that made her fame in the mid-aughts will enchant the Greek. La Gente @ Elbo Room Cumbia, hip-hop, reggaie, and salsa sounds all come together to celebrate the city's diversity and promote its place as a sanctuary city. Lumerians, Peaking Lights, Potions @ The Chapel Sounds spooky, is spooky. Everyone Is Dirty, Dooms Virginia @ The Uptown A great lineup of local favorites, including the recently-renamed Dooms Virginia (FKA Annie Girl and the Flight). Saturday, March 8 The [...]

Live This Month: April 2017 — an audio guide to upcoming Bay Area concerts Download: Live This Month: April 2017 (Podcast #404) 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. Purely by coincidence, Big Sur bookends this month's mix, which kicks off with a wonderful new song from Earth Girl Helen Brown, who is taking part in a great festival to support the Big Sur Storm Relief Fund over at The Chapel this month. The mix concludes with Porcelain Raft's “Big Sur,” a song from his new album Microclimate, a title that will surely have special [...]

Locals The Band Ice Cream come to Bottom of the Hill

Words by Tyler Walicek San Francisco garage punks The Band Ice Cream, touring in support of their new LP, Classically Trained, are planning a stop at Bottom of the Hill on April 8. The four-piece hammers out a lighthearted blend of surf-punk songcraft, big hooks, and plaintive vocals. The Band Ice Cream takes sandpaper to feel-good Beach Boys-style tunes, delivering a wry and very Californian feel. Classically Trained was produced by the legendary Bruce Botnick, who has producing or engineering credits on seminal albums like The Doors’ L.A. Woman, The Rolling Stones’ Let It Bleed, and The Beach Boys’ Pet [...]

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