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Q&A: Marty O’Reilly and the Old Soul Orchestra

Q&A: Marty O’Reilly and the Old Soul Orchestra

The charm in Marty O’Reilly and the Old Soul Orchestra is easy to see for anyone who’s lucky enough to be looking. It only begins with the unapologetic fervor displayed on stage at each truly unique and intoxicating show, but can also be found on…

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Review: Cold War Kids at Mezzanine

Review: Cold War Kids at Mezzanine

The Cold War Kids rocked the sold-out crowd at Mezzanine on Friday night, performing a blend of new tunes and old favorites. The show got off to an explosive start with “All This Could Be Yours” from their newest album Hold This Home (Oct 2014).

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Live Review: SOHN, Mr. Little Jeans at the Independent

Live Review: SOHN, Mr. Little Jeans at the Independent

SOHN, a London-born, Vienna-based singer, songwriter, and producer cast an electro-soul spell on the Independent at Saturday night’s sold out show. The stage was set with strobing vertical LEDs, a mess of wires, touring band-mates Albin Janoska (synths) and Stefan Fallmann (bass) all clad in…

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Beer: New Awesome SF-based Web Series Celebrates Craft Brews

Beer: New Awesome SF-based Web Series Celebrates Craft Brews

Do you consider yourself a beer enthusiast? If so, you need to check out SF-based Oct 28 Productions’ new web series Brew Age. Brew Age: A Craft Beer Revolution is a stunning short format video series, documenting the home brewers and microbrewers alike that are…

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Highlights From Coachella 2013

Highlights From Coachella 2013

Despite extreme heat and dust storms, attendees at the sold-out first weekend of Coachella got a great mix of first-time performers and seasoned veterans at the festival.

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The Ultimate Coachella 2013 Playlist

The Ultimate Coachella 2013 Playlist

Coachella is just a few days away, so bust out your sunscreen, whip out those flasks, and put on your best festival attire. And while you’re at it, take a listen to SF Station’s Ultimate Coachella 2013 playlist.

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Mumford & Sons Unveil New Track: “I Will Wait”

Mumford & Sons Unveil New Track: “I Will Wait”

Mumford & Sons have (finally) officially released a single off their upcoming sophomore album Babel and the catchy song “I Will Wait” shows that they are picking up right where they left off.

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Coachella Weekend 2 Essentials

Coachella Weekend 2 Essentials

For those of you who are quivering in anticipation for the upcoming weekend 2 of Coachella, make sure you get some insider tips for maximum enjoyment.

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Coachella 2012 Playlist

Coachella 2012 Playlist

Coachella fever is taking over for the next two weeks and to help you count down the days until the party starts we’ve got our official Coachella 2012 playlist.

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Monday Mix 4.9: Tracks from Bands in the Bay Area This Week

Monday Mix 4.9: Tracks from Bands in the Bay Area This Week

Whether or not you’re heading to Coachella this weekend, there is still a ton of music happening in SF. This week’s Monday mix includes Train, M. Ward, Radiohead, Miike Snow, and more.

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Monday Mix 4.2: Tracks from Bands in the Bay Area This Week

Monday Mix 4.2: Tracks from Bands in the Bay Area This Week

It’s Monday Mix time. This week’s playlist includes a ton of music and features tracks by Kacey Johansing, Rodrigo y Gabriela, Sleigh Bells, The Black Seeds, and more.

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Live Review: White Rabbits @ The Independent

Live Review: White Rabbits @ The Independent

White Rabbits, a six-piece rhythmically driven rock band hailing from Brooklyn, took over the Independent last night to showcase their new album Milk Famous.

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