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Indie Folk Singer-Songwriter Andy Cabic of Vetiver: SF Life & Upcoming Show at the Chapel

Indie Folk Singer-Songwriter Andy Cabic of Vetiver: SF Life & Upcoming Show at the Chapel

San Francisco indie folk group Vetiver continues to make waves in the Bay Area with recent show dates including an acoustic performance by the band’s singer-songwriter Andy Cabic, alongside Tim Bluhm (The Mother Hips) at the Sweetwater Music Hall, plus an opening slot for Iron and Wine…

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Outside Lands 2016 in Review: Radiohead, LCD Soundsystem, The Muppets & More

Outside Lands 2016 in Review: Radiohead, LCD Soundsystem, The Muppets & More

When Outside Lands released their 2016 lineup there were rumblings of disappointment—moreso compared to years past, which included Sir Paul McCartney, Tom Petty, Kanye West, Black Keys, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Metallica, Neil Young, Foo Fighters, and Stevie Wonder—just to name a few. Radiohead just…

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Moby Releases Memoir, Holds Unique Q&A and Book Signing at DNA Lounge

Moby Releases Memoir, Holds Unique Q&A and Book Signing at DNA Lounge

Richard Melville Hall, AKA Moby, has released an autobiography titled Porcelain, detailing his life as an emerging DJ in New York. Moby is currently on a book tour and stopped through San Francisco with a reading at the DNA Lounge last Tuesday. It’s probably a…

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At The Drive-In Wow the Warfield For First Tour in Sixteen Years

At The Drive-In Wow the Warfield For First Tour in Sixteen Years

Saturday night concluded At The Drive In’s two-night residency at the Warfield, and it did not fall short of expectations. Lots of questions arose about the post-rock band from Texas who unexpectedly broke up in 2001 during the pinnacle of their career. Would they have…

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Q&A: Caveman Emerges with New Record, Regency Ballroom and Outside Lands Dates

Q&A: Caveman Emerges with New Record, Regency Ballroom and Outside Lands Dates

New York indie pop rockers, Caveman, make a stop at the Regency Ballroom on Thursday, May 26th, before dropping their highly-anticipated record, Otero War, in June. Formed in 2010, Caveman has a primitive sound of the eighties, combined with heavy synthesizers with choppy reverb soaked…

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The Evolution of Thao and The Get Down Stay Down: Interview, Album & Show at the Fillmore

The Evolution of Thao and The Get Down Stay Down: Interview, Album & Show at the Fillmore

San Francisco songwriter, Thao Nguyen, is on the road with her band, The Get Down Stay Down, in support of her latest record, A Man Alive, including a stop at the Fillmore on April 30th. Thao and the Get Down Stay Down, originally formed in…

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Young Fathers Talks Race Identity, Music Genres & Their Mezzanine Performance Between Coachella Shows

Young Fathers Talks Race Identity, Music Genres & Their Mezzanine Performance Between Coachella Shows

Young Fathers, the hip-hop-tinged pop group from Edinburgh, Scotland, are seemingly saturated with irony. Originally formed as a “Three-Style” group, they connected at the age of 14 at a hip-hop night at the Bongo Club, a friendship that has lasted the ages. Among their shared…

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Live Review: Marco Benevento at the Independent, Plus Secret Shows Tonight & Tomorrow

Live Review: Marco Benevento at the Independent, Plus Secret Shows Tonight & Tomorrow

Marco Benevento, east coast pianist and songwriting extraordinaire, took the stage at the Independent Saturday night for a nearly sold out crowd in support of his latest record, The Story of Fred Short. Marco Benevento has been a pillar of the psychedelic jazz scene since…

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Peacers Rise Up for Easter Show: Q&A with Mike Donovan

Peacers Rise Up for Easter Show: Q&A with Mike Donovan

Mike Donovan, formerly of psych rock/noise band Sic Alps, has spawned a more vintage throwback sound to the sixties with his new band Peacers, made alongside his San Francisco counterpart Ty Segall, who produced the album and performed on a number of the songs. Peacers is…

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Interview: Slayer ‘s ‘Repentless World Tour’ Embarks on the Bay with Two Nights at the Warfield

Interview: Slayer ‘s ‘Repentless World Tour’ Embarks on the Bay with Two Nights at the Warfield

Thrash metal kings, Slayer, are back in action! For the first time since the passing of founding rhythm guitarist, Jeff Hanneman, the legends are now back on tour, in support of their latest record Repentless. Slayer has become a household name, for better or for worse….

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Prince Still Reigns Supreme: Electrifying ‘Piano and a Microphone’ Performance at Oracle Arena

Prince Still Reigns Supreme: Electrifying ‘Piano and a Microphone’ Performance at Oracle Arena

Those who missed Prince at Oakland’s Paramount Theater last Sunday for a special two show performance got another chance to see his “Piano and a Microphone” act last night on a bigger stage at Oracle Arena. When Prince is in the Bay Area there’s a…

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Mutiny Radio Produces Their 1st Annual Comedy Festival

Mutiny Radio Produces Their 1st Annual Comedy Festival

Mutiny Radio, one of San Francisco’s non-profit community-based radio stations, is trying its hand at comedy. Local comedians will be hosting twenty-two handpicked national comedians at the Mutiny Radio headquarters in the Mission District, from March 2nd to 6th for its first ever Mutiny Radio Comedy Festival. Sponsored…

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