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by Sierra Frost When I met Adam Dishart, I was 19 years old and he looked a lot like Robert Smith. At the time, Adam was playing in Bay Area band, The Chatholic Comb, living in Concord, and more specifically, freaking out on the balcony while a hand-full of young adults danced emphatically to the...
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THE BRUISES are a four-piece rock band from San Francisco that meld classic rock bravado and indelible power pop hooks with unapologetic ease. Dueling female harmonies and a serrated double guitar attack have become the band’s signature. The songwriting collaboration of Aja Blue and Jen Black (yes, those are their real names) forms the core...
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These five young gentlemen from San Francisco sure aim to please. They represent a bona fide artistic collective: hustlers, schemers, programmers, songwriters, and showmen. A nerdy supergroup? A group of super nerds? As you like, but these deep thinking DORKS strike with sharpened pencils like Paul McCartney ninjas — scotch-taping pages from everyone’s favorite coloring books...
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This Holiday season there’s a lot to be disgruntled about: an economy in the tank, Dizzy Balloon taking their final bow and worst of all, sweaters. On the flip side, however, there is plenty to be thankful for: friends, family and well sweaters. Wherever you stand on the Holiday cheer/scrooge spectrum I wanted to give...
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So I spent over two years making an album I’m releasing this coming week with my band Buckeye Knoll. It’s called People and Place. I just wanted to take a moment and recap some of the elements that make this album different, significant and special in ways that may or may not make it to...
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Photo By: Amber Gregory Looking for a beachin’ new band to help you gear up for summertime? These fine young gentlemen were featured in the SF Weekly “Best of 2009,” and, to put it simply, just make you feel like dancing. With a list of influences reaching from the Beach Boys to Paul Simon to...
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So, as you may or may not know I am in a band called Please Do Not Fight. We had grand plans this year to head out to South By Southwest. It was to be our first ever southwest tour. We were going to play a show in Erin’s hometown of Dallas, hit up some...
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by Nik Bartunek Once in a while, we all get the hankering to read a book. Some of us read entire libraries. Some of us read a shelf of books. Some, a row. Reading isn’t really everybody’s thing these days. Saying that in the company of our grandparents may get a “Tsk Tsk”. It’s funny...
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Photo by Daniel Wong Some times the most unexpected musical evenings are the ones that turn into the most inspiring. Something happens when you begin to get involved with any “scene”—you find out what you like and what you’re not so fond of. Then you start acting on those likes and dislikes. In the world...
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This blog is all about the Redwood Music Scene. Despite being full of young people, people-who-play-music and the inevitable sub-section of young-people-who-play-music the fact of the matter is this: There isn’t one. But it doesn’t have to be that way and we can change it. We – Please Do Not Fight – hosted the very...
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