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Tycho played a secret pop-up concert performance last week at The Independent. In addition, they released their new album WEATHER, a meer 24 hours prior to the show.
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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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Gallery from Freq Fest SF Day 1 at DNA Lounge. Artists Featured: Curious Quail, Doctor Popular, Space Town, Together We Are Robots, & Kevyn Gnartinez Band SPACE TOWN Doctor Popular Together We Are Robots Kevyn Gnartinez Band Curious Quail
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Looking to catch a night of indie rock super groups from the Bay Area? Then look no further than Next Saturday, August 20th’s line up at The Great American Music Hall featuring Abbot Kinney, Panic Is Perfect, Dangermaker, & Vacances. All these artists are going to rock the house but one, in particular, stood out...
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The lead singer of The Unauthorized Rolling Stones, Rudy Colombini, is my boss. When he asked, "who should open for my next show at Great American Music Hall." In my mind, the answer was easy, "the last two winners of Music City SF's Battle of the Bands, Serf and James & Unlikely Heroes."
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I got a phone call from SF Weekly, "Sorry this is last minute, can you shoot photos of Day Wave." I thought to myself, "what an awesome call!"
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Join us for a 2 day Bay Area Showcase, presented by Music City SF and sponsored by the music industry meet-up Balanced Breakfast. We will feature 12 prominent bands from San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose. Don't miss any of the excitement at The Jackalope in Austin, TX on Tuesday March 15th and Wednesday the...
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SO STOKED that I got to catch the DREAMY Day Wave for their first ever headline show at The Rickshaw Stop last week as part of SF’s NoisePop festival. It was no secret that Day Wave was to be playing NoisePop this year, for the musical mind behind Day Wave – Jackson Philips– was actually...
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Julia Holter surely had many waiting with anticipation that night at the Chapel (SOLD OUT show) as she walked out on stage a few minutes late. She addressed the audience with a tangible upbeat energy that closely matched the upbeat tone of her newest album, Have You in my Wilderness (Domino records). This album is...
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With the face of singer Doug Tieman alternately basked in sunlight and obscured in the shadow of the brim of his hat, the dapper gentlemen of Blood & Dust whipped with the sound and energy of a steam engine. The clanking rhythm of the tune could only have been further exemplified were it recorded live...
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She may be a kid at face (check out her 2013 album, Kid Face) and kid at heart (loved her anecdotes and cute giggles), but surely is a goddess of soul-tinged folk. Samantha Crain‘s (Ramseur Record)  performance last night at Amnesia was simply stunning and was definitely the BEST TUESDAY NIGHT I’ve had in a...
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At the beginning of the night, the main floor of The Chapel, a converted mortuary on Valencia street is empty. The venue, with red-lit lamps and 40’ foot ceilings is stunning. Before Ms. Wells takes the stage, the dreamscape sounds of Emily Neveu open the night.. “The other Emily,” as Ms. Neveu refers to herself...
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