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Q&A: Jenny Lee of Warpaint Sets Off on Solo Tour

Q&A: Jenny Lee of Warpaint Sets Off on Solo Tour

Bassist Jenny Lee Lindberg of California indie rock band Warpaint, has started the new year touring in line with the release of her first solo record, Right On! under the moniker “jennylee”. The album is full of bass-heavy new wave riffs, colored with Lindberg’s dreamy vocal…

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Devil Makes Three Returns For Two Upcoming Shows

Devil Makes Three Returns For Two Upcoming Shows

Punk rock bluegrass folk rockers, The Devil Makes Three, are no strangers to Northern California. This group formed and brandished their unique sound in Santa Cruz. and slowly built up an audience playing smaller venues such as Henflings Tavern in the mountainous town of Ben…

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Q&A: Sara Sonic of WATERS and The Tambo Rays

Q&A: Sara Sonic of WATERS and The Tambo Rays

Sara Sonic is a rare breed in the populace of the Bay Area. The keyboardist for pop rock band WATERS and singer/keyboardist for indie rock band The Tambo Rays, has become an anomaly in an area recently overrun by tech companies, high rise apartments and…

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Q&A with Elbo Room Co-Owner: Thumbs Up to Two Year Lease Extension

Q&A with Elbo Room Co-Owner: Thumbs Up to Two Year Lease Extension

The Mission District’s beloved and historical night club, Elbo Room, will be sticking around for another two years after signing a lease extension in August of 2015. The club has been operating since 1991, priding themselves as a viable outlet for World, Afro-beat and Latin inspired…

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BFF.FM Brings the Best of Community Radio to San Francisco

BFF.FM Brings the Best of Community Radio to San Francisco

Best Frequencies Forever (AKA BFF.FM) has become one of San Francisco’s strongest and most successful community radio outlets, playing everything from Indie Rock (Indierockgirl Radio), current electronic (Ghost Hardware), to Spooky Horoscopes (Astral Projection Radio) and all things San Francisco (San Francisco People). Spawned in…

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Supermarket Street Sweep Celebrates 10th Anniversary

Supermarket Street Sweep Celebrates 10th Anniversary

On Sunday, December 13th the annual Supermarket Street Sweep will take over San Francisco for its tenth-anniversary race. The Supermarket Street Sweep is an annual event which benefits the SF-Marin Food Bank. It combines two unlikely elements; bad-ass alley cat street racing and charity food drives. (Street cred…

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Astral Projections Haunts the Airwaves in Time for Halloween

Astral Projections Haunts the Airwaves in Time for Halloween

Beatrix Gravesguard and Shewolfe are two San Francisco DJ’s bringing some spookiness to the airwaves at BFF.fm., haunting from a discrete location where life-like papier-mâché trees creep up the walls and hang from the ceiling. A small self-serve cabana bar is lined with a few…

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Riding Solo: Ten Must See Solo Acts at Treasure Island Music Festival

Riding Solo: Ten Must See Solo Acts at Treasure Island Music Festival

Planning on going to the 9th annual Treasure Island Musical Festival? Aside from bringing at least ten items of clothing for warmth, here are ten solo artists that have been on fire. Father John Misty Former Fleet Foxes drummer turned singer/songwriter, Joshua Tillman, AKA Father…

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Battles Play the Fillmore: Servin’ Up a Third Album & Colorful Food Shenanigans

Battles Play the Fillmore: Servin’ Up a Third Album & Colorful Food Shenanigans

Battles, a three-piece “super group” from New York, comprised of former members of Helmet, Lynx and Don Caballero, bring experimental art rock to San Francisco’s legendary Fillmore. In a digital age where most electronic projects are dependent on computers, synthesizers and drum machines, Battles create…

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KC Turner Shapes SF’s Live Music Landscape

KC Turner Shapes SF’s Live Music Landscape

From open mic nights to unconventional concert series, KC Turner has been helping to unveil some of the best independent talent across the nation right here in the Bay Area. Turner’s will is strong and his vision is unique. He has organized everything from backyard…

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Live Review: Man Man, Shilpa Ray Bring Divine Intervention to The Independent

Live Review: Man Man, Shilpa Ray Bring Divine Intervention to The Independent

Last night, KALX presented two ambitious east coast performers, Shilpa Ray and Man Man, for a sold out show at the Independent. At 8:25 Shilpa Ray took the stage, sitting in front of an electric keyboard with her set list in one hand and a…

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L7 Brings the Stink Back to San Francisco

L7 Brings the Stink Back to San Francisco

Way back in 1985, an all female punk band emerged who inevitably influenced the onslaught of female fronted grunge rock bands, paving the way for groups like Hole, Bikini Kill and Babes in Toyland. The band was L7, a group of shameless vixens from Los…

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