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Oakland’s own Tumbleweed Wanderers play their first hometown headlining show in over three years on Friday, April 8th. Tumbleweed Wanderers, who released one of the best Bay Area albums of 2015 in June, have managed to sidestep the Oakland spotlight as of late. They’ve opened up for big names like Jackie Greene and Greensky Bluegrass but consistently avoided the headlining slot in the East Bay....
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After a particularly smashing weekend of local music Halloween madness, I was excited to have an evening of dastardly decompression at Brick and Mortar Music Hall with Hey Rosetta. And while I don’t typically showcase touring talent, I thought it fitting to make an exception for these accomplished Canucks, who I first saw locally at the...
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“I’m feeling belligerent,” said California Honeydrops singer/guitarist/trumpeter Lech Wierzynski during their first set on Friday at the Fillmore. Lech came on stage with an attitude, determined to get people dancing – even if it meant bossing everyone around. Last night’s show, part of a two-night stint at San Francisco’s legendary fruit-sharing Fillmore, celebrates the release of the California...
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How was your high school prom? Good? Or lame? Did you wear a corsage or tuxedo, and have your very own grand entrance? Did one of your rebellious teenage friends spike the punch? Were you unexpectedly voted prom king or queen? But let’s be honest… Wasn’t something missing? Didn’t you feel that I don’t know, the...
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Waterstrider took to the stage at Leo’s in Oakland on May 28th to celebrate the release of the OIM Records compilation album of new local music. Check out photos from the event below, listen to Waterstrider’s newest album, and catch them when they return to the Bay Area on July 10th at The Great American Music...
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Catch the Bay Area’s own Waterstrider tonight at Leo’s in Oakland as they fill your ears, eyes, and esophagus with sweet shaky grooves. I really can’t speak highly enough of Waterstrider’s debut album Nowhere Now; its textured and vibrant sounds jump around from song to song, with many moving parts including hypnotic drums, deeply textured synths, and the cruising-altitude vocals...
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If you weren't already convinced, Lila Rose's music defies conventions. And as evidenced by Stefan's review of her fantastic album release party at The Independent, Rose puts on a hell of a live show.
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Catch the indie/folk quartet Frinj live at Amnesia this Friday, May 1st as they premiere music from their brand new EP. Check out their (particularly goofy) Crowdfunding video, and watch as they traverse through many world languages with incredible ease.
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The vocal harmonies between lead singer Katie Colver and drummer Melissa Kilkuskie are just one of the many interesting musical combinations within Cave Clove, an excellent local Bay Area quartet performing at the Rickshaw Stop this Wednesday, April 8th. Watch a live version of their newest single “Kyrie” below: One of the most refreshing things about Cave Clove is the way this...
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Combining elements of bluegrass, soul, folk, and gospel, the Tumbleweed Wanderers travel from genre to genre like the twists and turns of Highway 1. These days though, they’re all about the rock, as their new live video for ‘Bad Blood’ illustrates. Complete with a rotating cast of background singers and rotating musicians, this band will...
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In fact, preliminary research shows that this week’s surge in love-making, its boost in bonking, its escalation in copulation, may increase the population nationwide as much as 2% come November 2015. Con Brio’s Kiss The Sun is a vibrant, absurdly over-the-top, genuinely fun six-track whirlwind. Highlights include the sexy slow-jam R&B of “Never Be The Same”...
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SF musical machinists Battlehooch are back with three new singles and a spankin’ EP. WINK is weird, wonderful, and positively out there. Get lost on their Soundcloud page – and join them tonight as they celebrate the release of Wink will be Down Dirty Shake (who are ALSO releasing an album tonight) and new supergroup Kokomo Hum....
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