Premiere: The Stone Foxes debut live video with Blind Blind Tiger

Along with the dream punks of So Many Wizards and alt-rocker Sinclair, The Stone Foxes have taken up residency with Blind Blind Tiger for the month of December. In case you don't remember, we introduced the booze and music-happy Blind Blind Tiger almost exactly a year ago when the online speakeasy hosted their first San Francisco band. Since then, these kind folks have brought in some of our favorite artists, including Jesus Sons and Jeffertitti's Nile, and now they've got one of the strongest local bands around to treat everyone on the Internet to exclusive content every Tuesday this month. Here's a first [...]

By |December 9, 2014|Tags: |

The Stone Foxes release third track from Twelve Spells

The Stone Foxes continue their yearlong journey toward the release of their new LP Twelve Spells,dropping a third track "It Ain't Nothin'" off the album last Friday. The band kicked off their #FoxesFirstFriday project in September, releasing one song from the album on – you guessed it – the first Friday of the month. All of the music will be free, and so far we've heard "Locomotion", "She Said Riot", and now the raucous, rockin' "It Ain't Nothin'." In August 2015 – that is, after releasing 12 songs in 12 months – the Stone Foxes plan on compiling the tracks [...]

By |November 10, 2014|Tags: |

Live This Month: November 2014 — an audio guide to upcoming SF concerts Download: Live This Month: November 2014 (Podcast #349) 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. It's finally starting to get colder in San Francisco, but there a ton of great shows to force you out of the house and into local music venues this month. We're big indie pop fans around these parts, and Toronto five-piece Alvvays released one of the year's best albums in the genre. The group's self-titled debut LP, out now on Polyvinyl, is jangly, hazy and catchy [...]

The Stone Foxes take up residency at The Chapel

Hometown heroes The Stone Foxes will be taking up residency at The Chapel for the first three weeks of November. Joining artists like the alt-rockers of Annie Girl & The Flight, the honorary locals of Strange Vine, and Americana rock maestro Bhi Bhiman, the band will headline three Saturdays in a row, serving up a menu of rhythm & bluesy riffs, unrelenting back beats, gritty vocals, guitar solos and a lot of attitude. We're talking prime weekend hours here. So let them remind you of what a true rock band sounds like.  With the band's residency at The Chapel overlapping with their three-show stint at The Bootleg Theater in LA, [...]

By |October 29, 2014|Tags: |

Premiere: The Stone Foxes – “She Said Riot”

The Stone Foxes' new song "She Said Riot" was inspired by their participation in the Occupy movement and the changes that increased gentrification is bringing to San Francisco, but it's just as likely to lead to a riot on the dance floor as it is a politically-motivated one. "She Said Riot" is a propulsive rocker, with killer guitar and organ work, a perfect song for this crazy heat spell we're in. The song is part of Foxes First Fridays, the group's year-long project where they'll be releasing a new song on the first Friday of each month. It'll all lead [...]

By |October 3, 2014|Tags: |

The Stone Foxes – “Locomotion”

With the release of the barn-burner "Locomotion," The Stone Foxes launched "Foxes First Friday" last week. Every month they'll be giving away a new song on the first Friday, building up to the release of a new compilation album around the end of the year. You can download the song here and pre-order Twelve Spells right now.

By |September 12, 2014|Tags: |

Interview: How BottleRock Napa Valley’s rebirth came to be

While tens of thousands flooded the Napa Valley Expo last year for five days of music, gourmet food, wine, comedy and parties last May, and most of them went home happy, the two men who organized the inaugural BottleRock Napa Valley  — without previous festival experience — lost millions and racked up millions more in debt. Vendors weren’t paid, nearby residents complained about noise and lawsuits were filed. That the festival is happening for a second year can be considered a miracle. And that it’s still being run by locals, without the support of established production companies like Live Nation, Goldenvoice and [...]

Photos & Videos: The 2013 Front Porch Music Festival, 8/31/13

[Ed. note: Last weekend, our Roman Gokhman attended Wente Vineyards' annual Front Porch Music Festival, featuring The Stone Foxes, The Kin and many more. Enjoy his photos and videos from the festival below.] [nggallery id="283"]

Ticket Giveaway: The Stone Foxes, The She's, Little Hurricane @ The Fillmore, 5/4/13

The Stone Foxes are headlining The Fillmore on Saturday, 5/4/13, and they just can't contain their excitement. While the SF-bred band is excited enough just to play the hallowed Fillmore, they're also hoping to do some good while they’re at it: in conjunction with SuperFood Drive, they'll be collecting healthy food for donation, combining two things San Francisco has been known to do well: good eats and the greater good. If you bring donations, you'll be given prizes and entered to win a chance to watch the show from the stage. And if you score the pair we have to [...]

The Stone Foxes gear up for 2/12/13 LP release, drop new single and video

The Stone Foxes own a reputation of being one of the most clean-cut rock and roll bands in San Francisco. While "clean-cut" isn't usually a positive image to associate with rock music, I mean it as a compliment. The four musicians who make up the Foxes know how to cook up some filthy rock and roll. They just prefer to be in bed by midnight. With all that extra sleep on top of the fact that none of their members smoke weed or drink to excess, The Stone Roses are without a doubt the most well-rested, clear-minded band in town, [...]

By |February 4, 2013|Tags: |
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