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J.D. McPherson Does It Himself Every Step of the Way

J.D. McPherson Does It Himself Every Step of the Way

J.D. McPherson, Rock and Roll troubadour and aficionado, brings his amalgamated Rockabilly style to the Bay Area for a spirited evening at the Great American Music Hall this Friday. Much like his music, J.D. McPherson isn’t one to be labeled. His progressive thinking and teaching…

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Good Old War Celebrate New Hymns at the Independent

Good Old War Celebrate New Hymns at the Independent

Philadelphia’s acoustic pop trio, Good Old War, bring their buoyant and infectious anthems to the Independent in support of their latest record, Broken Into Better Shape. Clapping, whistling and intuitive sing-alongs are almost subliminal when listening to the catchy tunes of Good Old War, who…

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San Francisco’s Black Map on Hard Rock, Bukowski and Beer

San Francisco’s Black Map on Hard Rock, Bukowski and Beer

San Francisco’s Black Map are bringing Rock and Roll back to the city with their first thrashing record released last year,…And We Explode, and a gig at Slim’s on Friday, June 19th. Conceived of members from Dredg, Far and The Trophy Fire, Black Map might…

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Delta Spirit and Friends Rock the Independent In Spirit Of Warriors Win

Delta Spirit and Friends Rock the Independent In Spirit Of Warriors Win

Following a critical game five win by the Golden State Warriors, Southern California’s Delta Spirit channeled that confident and intense energy with their second consecutive performance at the Independent that included a handful of special guests in support of their latest album, Into the Wild….

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Fat Wreck Chords Kicks Off Twenty Five Years At Thee Parkside

Fat Wreck Chords Kicks Off Twenty Five Years At Thee Parkside

Fat Wreck Chords finally settled on a San Francisco venue to kick off their twenty-fifth anniversary as Thee Parkside will host the first day of a three day punk rock extravaganza, “Fat Wrecked for Twenty Five Years,” on Friday August 21st, followed by two days…

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Jedi Mind Tricks Return to Form with New Record, Tour

Jedi Mind Tricks Return to Form with New Record, Tour

Philadelphia hip-hop duo, Jedi Mind Tricks, return to form with a new record, The Thief and the Fallen, featuring a reunion with producer Stoupe the Enemy of Mankind, and a stop in SF on Tuesday. Since 1993, the saga of Jedi Mind Tricks has been…

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San Francisco Rapper Watsky Releases “Live at the Regency Ballroom” via BitTorrent

San Francisco Rapper Watsky Releases “Live at the Regency Ballroom” via BitTorrent

San Francisco born rapper and wordsmith, Watsky, unveils his most recent release, Live at the Regency Ballroom, in techy fashion as part of a digital collection exclusively available via BitTorrent Bundle. George Watsky started out building his reputation as a slam poet in San Francisco,…

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Psych Rockers Chui Wan Finish First U.S. Tour at Brick & Mortar

Psych Rockers Chui Wan Finish First U.S. Tour at Brick & Mortar

Chui Wan, a psychedelic rock band from Beijing, China, have embarked on their first U.S. tour with a stop through the Bay Area at Brick and Mortar Music Hall on Monday June 1st. Three years after their debut record, “White Light,” in which MTV Iggy…

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Ceremony Kicks Off Tour with New Album, New Sound

Ceremony Kicks Off Tour with New Album, New Sound

Rohnert Park punk rockers, Ceremony, are due to release their fifth studio album, The L-Shaped Man, on May 19th. Supported by a double video for the songs “The Separation” and “The Understanding,” the two videos explore the aftermath of a breakup as front man Ross…

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Chicano Batman Crusades the Bay Area For Two Nights

Chicano Batman Crusades the Bay Area For Two Nights

Chicano Batman, a four-piece band from Los Angeles, bring their unique blend of Latin, Psychedelic Soul to the Bay Area for two performances; fresh off the heels of Coachella. Singer Bardo Martinez and the rest of Chicano Batman had a vision to recreate and expose…

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Les Claypool Honors Eddy Jennings, Hosts Benefit Show to Fight Cancer

Les Claypool Honors Eddy Jennings, Hosts Benefit Show to Fight Cancer

Eddy Jennings, manager, booker and club owner who worked under Bill Graham in the 70′s, operating such clubs as Rock n Bowl, I-Beam and Jack’s Bar, is being honored by Les Claypool and others at the Regency Ballroom on Friday, May 29th, in an effort…

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Kathryn Calder Gets Philosophical, Plays The Hotel Utah

Kathryn Calder Gets Philosophical, Plays The Hotel Utah

Kathryn Calder, keyboardists and vocalist of the New Pornographers, takes to the road for a string of intimate shows, supporting her newly released self-titled record. Recorded at her house in Victoria, Canada, Calder’s third record is the most polished and philosophical to date, combining influences…

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