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Lime is an everything-but-the-kitchen-sink track - not surprising, from a band that likes to throw twists and turns into its music and build fat full layers along the way. At last headcount, there are 6 full-time members of the band, but it sounds more like 60 by the end of the song.
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Noise Pop Festival is an annual celebration of independent culture in the Bay Area, which over the course of a week, from February 24th to March 1st, and transforms the Bay Area into festival grounds with multiple events taking place across the city each night.
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If you're hooked like I am, check out Nick's newest single "This Is Gonna Happen," to released today, Friday, November 1st. Face-melting chorusing bass synths, space-y extragalactic lead lines, and Nick's now-patented driving, relentless octave'd lead vocals, joined by lush dreamy harmonies from musical partner Katrina Bushnell...this is Nick's best work yet. It's the ultimate...
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On Friday, July 12th, Beebout released his debut EP (simply titled "EP") comprised of four songs: "Something I Adore," "Backburner," "Fornicate," and "You Made Me Go." Overall, the EP is a great introduction to Beebout's sound and serves to showcase his many diverse talents, both musically and lyrically.
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The 29th Annual High Sierra Music Festival wrapped in the early morning daylight on Monday, July 8, 2019, in Quincy, California as another resounding success. Standout performances were in no short supply over the Independence Day weekend. From top headlining acts Umphrey's McGee and Dispatch, through lower card-surprises from Amo Amo, Ron Artis II, Star Kitchen or the...
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Never seen Steve in concert? It’s hard to summarize him! His Facebook and Spotify carry very few details except for a few humorous one-word reviews from supposed attendees. He wears a red velvet blazer with a signature pink ascot tucked over the top and dark round John Lennon sunglasses. His live music is a melange...
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Those of you who’ve never met me know that I’m a silent but deadly advocate/lover/evangelist of electronic music in the San Francisco Bay Area. It’s a little hard down in the amateur ranks of Bay Area music to push electropop, livetronica, and all things DJ-based or synth-y or drum-pad-tacular. Up at the top in big...
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Napa obviously adores Con Brio, evident by the fact that they have been invited played at Bottlerock twice and have opened for the amazing jam band “Galactic,” at Jam Cellars Ballroom. This charity event at Connolly ranch was put on with help from Jam Cellars.
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It’s becoming difficult to choose what show to attend here in Napa anymore. Didn’t used to be that way. I remember fifteen years ago being excited that a Rolling Stones tribute was scheduled to play at Silos. Our music scene was terribly bland. Save for a few traveling past favorites that would occasionally roll through...
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For three days Gold Gate Park is the home of 5+ stages and more than 50,000 fans. The festival organizers do an amazing job of completely transforming and manipulating the park to accommodate the festival and its fans
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