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Jodorowsky’s Dune Soundtrack Release with SF Composer Kurt Stenzel

Jodorowsky’s Dune Soundtrack Release with SF Composer Kurt Stenzel

The synth-driven, futuristic soundtrack to 2013 American-French documentary film Jodorowsky’s Dune is finally here. The story of Dune is a cosmic story of epic proportions, where creative vision challenges the limits of reality. Also seemingly on that edge, sits this other-worldly and  experimental soundtrack, composed by San Francisco resident composer Kurt…

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Noise Pop 2016 Accepting Applications to Play 24th Annual Festival

Noise Pop 2016 Accepting Applications to Play 24th Annual Festival

Musicians and bands can now apply online to perform at next year’s Noise Pop, San Francisco’s premier yearly festival of independent music, film and art. Those interested the opportunity must visit online music platform Sonicbids to fill out an application by January 5, 2016. Now…

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Q&A: SF Resident DJ & Music Producer MyKill Returns to Harlot

Q&A: SF Resident DJ & Music Producer MyKill Returns to Harlot

It’s difficult to identify boundaries when listening to MyKill. With a broad appreciation for sound, MyKill’s style draws inspiration from a variety of genres, frequently bouncing between them. He will be bringing an intriguing live electronic show to Harlot on Friday, November 7. This will be his…

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Weezer, Chvrches, Death Cab To Headline Not So Silent Night 2015

Weezer, Chvrches, Death Cab To Headline Not So Silent Night 2015

With the holidays just around the corner, Live 105 has dropped the artist lineup for their annual concert celebration, Not So Silent Night. This year’s event takes place Friday, December 11 at Oracle Arena, headlined by rock group Weezer, Scottish electronic band Chvrches, and alt…

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Q&A: Local DJ An-Ten-Nae Preps for Mad Hatters Ball

Q&A: Local DJ An-Ten-Nae Preps for Mad Hatters Ball

Bay Area based acid crunk artist An-Ten-Nae joins a cavalcade of electronic music stars set to shake 1015 Folsom for the Mad Hatters Ball on October 30. Oakland’s Adam Ohana has produced electronic music for more than 10 years as An-Ten-Nae, releasing a variety of…

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House Act The Magician Heads to BOO! SF, New Tricks Up His Sleeve

House Act The Magician Heads to BOO! SF, New Tricks Up His Sleeve

Belgian future house DJ and producer Stephen Fasano, who performs under the alias The Magician, is one of more than a dozen electronic talents appearing at the first ever BOO! San Francisco. Presented by EDM promoter Insomniac, BOO! made a devilish debut in New York City…

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SFMOMA Announces Newly Expanded Museum to Reopen in 2016

SFMOMA Announces Newly Expanded Museum to Reopen in 2016

After three years of expansion, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art held a press conference this afternoon to announce that its new building will reopen May 14, 2016. Enhancements include seven new floors of exhibition space, with the fourth floor larger in size than…

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The Big One Replaces Sea of Dreams NYE, Headlined by The Flaming Lips, Ratatat, Tycho

The Big One Replaces Sea of Dreams NYE, Headlined by The Flaming Lips, Ratatat, Tycho

Surprise! For the first time in 15 years, Sea of Dreams NYE will not take place in San Francisco at Bill Graham Civic. Luckily, a fresh New Year’s celebration has been announced to fill the void, dubbed The Big One. Headliners for this year’s grand…

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The Charming & Historical Curran Theater Begins Extensive Renovation

The Charming & Historical Curran Theater Begins Extensive Renovation

Local theatrical presenter and Tony Award-winning producer Carole Shorenstein Hays is currently leading a massive remodel of Curran Theater in San Francisco. The 1,650-seat venue on Geary Street in Lower Nob Hill, named after its first owner Homer Curran who opened the theater in 1922,…

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Interview with Electro-R&B Duo Marian Hill Return to SF for Sold-Out Show

Interview with Electro-R&B Duo Marian Hill Return to SF for Sold-Out Show

Electronic songwriting duo Marian Hill continue their current Northern American Fall headline tour with an upcoming sold-out show at the Independent on October 21. Hailing from Philadelphia, producer Jeremy Lloyd and vocalists Samantha Gongol each contribute their own unique sonic elements to form Marian Hill’s cohesive,…

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SF Trolley Dances Admission-Free Muni Festival

SF Trolley Dances Admission-Free Muni Festival

For the 12th consecutive season, San Francisco Trolley Dances (SFTD) returns to San Francisco this weekend. This is an admission-free festival to take part throughout the city, with more than half a dozen site-specific performances scheduled along Muni’s T-Line from Mission Bay to Bayview, on…

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Tahoe’s SnowGlobe Festival Drops Monstrous Dance Lineup for NYE 2015

Tahoe’s SnowGlobe Festival Drops Monstrous Dance Lineup for NYE 2015

Electronic music titans Diplo and Skrillex bring their collaborative project Jack Ü to headline this year’s SnowGlobe Music Festival, along with moombahton master Dillon Francis and Australian electronica musician Chet Faker. This year will be the 5th iteration of the South Lake Tahoe festival, which…

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