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Report: Eminem, Skrillex, Kings of Leon, Arctic Monkeys to Headline Lollapalooza

Report: Eminem, Skrillex, Kings of Leon, Arctic Monkeys to Headline Lollapalooza

Celebrating the 10th year of Lollapalooza in its current incarnation in Chicago, industry sources have confirmed to the Chicago Tribune that this year’s festival headliners include Eminem, Skrillex, Kings of Leon and Arctic Monkeys. Lollapaloza takes places August 1-3 at Grant Park in downtown Chicago….

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Reggae Rockers the Expendables Return to the Fillmore

Reggae Rockers the Expendables Return to the Fillmore

As part of their 40 show Winter Blackout tour, Santa Cruz quartet The Expendables bring elements of ska, surf rock and punk with a heavy dose of reggae to the Fillmore on March 16. We caught up with vocalist and drummer Adam Patterson about to…

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MartyParty & Joker Bring Deep Bass Purple to 1015 Folsom

MartyParty & Joker Bring Deep Bass Purple to 1015 Folsom

As part of a spring tour, MartyParty teams with British producer Joker, to bring Deep Bass Purple to 1015 Folsom on March 7.

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Danish Pianist Agnes Obel Discusses New Work Before Sold-Out SF Show

Danish Pianist Agnes Obel Discusses New Work Before Sold-Out SF Show

Avant garde folk artist Agnes Obel brings spirited vocals and a wonderful piano for her second appearance in San Francisco, performing as a classical trio at The Independent on March 13. Her sophomore album, Aventine, serves as an impressive and introspective follow up to her…

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Coachella Artists Performing in the Bay Area

Coachella Artists Performing in the Bay Area

A great benefit for music fans in the Bay Area is the tendency for the majority Coachella artists to perform in the Bay Area.

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The Do Lab Celebrates 10 Years at Coachella with Epic 2014 Lineup

The Do Lab Celebrates 10 Years at Coachella with Epic 2014 Lineup

Lightning in a Bottle organizers, The Do Lab, announced a heavy-hitting electronic music lineup to celebrate a decade of parties at Coachella, headlined this year by Dirtybird’s Christian Martin and the avant-garde circus Lucent Dossier Experience. Unlike the Coachella’s main stages, artist lineups for the…

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Review: Phantogram Starts U.S. Tour Strong in Oakland

Review: Phantogram Starts U.S. Tour Strong in Oakland

New York electronic rock duo Phantogram started their most recent U.S. tour Thursday night with a sold-out show at Fox Theater. Touring in support of Voices, their second full-length album and major label debut, this evening felt much different than the duo’s most recent Bay…

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Noise Pop: Lord Huron Founder Ben Schneider Discusses Fillmore Debut

Noise Pop: Lord Huron Founder Ben Schneider Discusses Fillmore Debut

One of the most anticipated shows of the Noise Pop festival lineup, February 25 to March 2, Lord Huron’s show at the Fillmore was the first to sell out. The group’s organically smooth approach to melodic country-rock, heard prominently on their 2012 debut album Lonesome…

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First Ever Bay Area Record Label Fair Arrives at Thee Parkside

First Ever Bay Area Record Label Fair Arrives at Thee Parkside

A full spectrum of the local music community, including more than 20 local record labels and four local bands, will converge for the first Bay Area Record Label Fair (BARF), a free event at Thee Parkside on February 15.

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Lightning in a Bottle Strikes New Central California Location

Lightning in a Bottle Strikes New Central California Location

Dance music festival Lightning in a Bottle returns this year with a new location within a short drive from San Francisco.

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Disclosure Bring ‘Wild Life’ Party to Greek Theatre

Disclosure Bring ‘Wild Life’ Party to Greek Theatre

Grammy-nominated electronic duo, Disclosure, announced two U.S. dates and lineups what they’re calling “Wild Life” parties, with friends, DJs and artists joining the English duo April 18 at Berkeley’s Greek Theater.

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Review: Washed Out’s Woozy Chillwave Warms the Fillmore

Review: Washed Out’s Woozy Chillwave Warms the Fillmore

Dreamy synthpop band Washed Out blasted evocative yet relaxed songs to a sold-out crowd Tuesday at the Fillmore. Touring in support of their third and latest album Paracosm, released in August 2013 as a follow-up to their 2012 record Within and Without, the band had…

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