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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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Fantastic Negrito Moves From ‘Tiny Desk’ to Big Stage

Fantastic Negrito Moves From ‘Tiny Desk’ to Big Stage

Fantastic Negrito tells the story of an independent artist from Oakland whose fearlessly candid blues infused afro-roots music was illuminated by winning NPR’s Tiny Desk Contest out of over 7,000 submissions. The brainchild of journeyman Xavier Dphrepaulezz, a once young promising artist signed to Interscope…

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Belle and Sebastian Return With Greek Theatre Show

Belle and Sebastian Return With Greek Theatre Show

Scottish indie rockers, Belle and Sebastian, have returned to action with their first in record in five years, Girls in Peacetime Want to Dance, and stop through the Bay Area with a performance at Berkeley’s Greek Theater. Stuart Murdoch and company have been making records…

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Seth Avett and Jessica Lea Mayfield to Revisit Elliott Smith in San Francisco

Seth Avett and Jessica Lea Mayfield to Revisit Elliott Smith in San Francisco

Seth Avett, one of the founding members of the Avett Brothers, and Jessica Lea Mayfield have teamed up to honor the late Elliott Smith with their album Seth Avett & Jessica Lea Mayfield Sing Elliott Smith and a supporting tour that stops at the Palace…

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The Union Trade Celebrate ‘Long Years’ at Rickshaw Stop

The Union Trade Celebrate ‘Long Years’ at Rickshaw Stop

Somewhere in between post-rock, instrumental and Shoegaze, The Union Trade tackle their willful aspirations with an irrefutable distinction to make honest music. Headed by Tricycle Records co-founder, Don Joslin, and bassist Nate Munger, the band has made leaps and bounds to create an ambitious instrumental…

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Seth Avett, Jessica Lea Mayfield Annouce Elliott Smith Cover Album and Tour

Seth Avett, Jessica Lea Mayfield Annouce Elliott Smith Cover Album and Tour

Three years in the making, Seth Avett and Jessica Lea Mayfield will release their much anticipated album Seth Avett & Jessica Lea Mayfield Sing Elliott Smith on March 17 on Ramseur Records followed by a series of intimate performances, including a stop at the Palace of…

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Interview: Watsky Comes Home For The Holidays

Interview: Watsky Comes Home For The Holidays

George Watsky brings his thought-provoking rhymes back to the Bay Area for two shows at the Regency Ballroom in support of his new record, All You Can Do. Born and raised in San Francisco, Watsky made a name for himself winning awards for spoken word…

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Review: Praise at the Chapel for G. Love and Special Sauce

Review: Praise at the Chapel for G. Love and Special Sauce

G. Love and Special Sauce, the trio from Philadelphia known for their unique blend of grimy hip-hop laden blues, packed the Chapel Tuesday night for an intimate free concert. At 6:30pm the line for the show already stretched down the street, as fans eagerly waited…

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Review: The Black Keys Turn Oracle Arena Blue with Hit-Filled Set

Review: The Black Keys Turn Oracle Arena Blue with Hit-Filled Set

The Black Keys brought a spectacular lighting show and hit-filled set to Oakland’s Oracle Arena in support of their latest release, Turn Blue.

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