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Blonde Redhead: Why do good bands do terrible things?

Blonde Redhead: Why do good bands do terrible things?

Blonde Redhead are doing a handful of Bay Area dates this week while in the midst of a world tour to support their latest release, Penny Sparkle, and what better way to celebrate this country’s independence than a sold-out show last night at The Independent?!

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Preview: Battlehooch at The Independent

Preview: Battlehooch at The Independent

San Francisco psychedelic band Battlehooch is headlining The Independent this Friday, June 1st. We spoke to bassist Grant Goodrich about life on the road, video projects, and just what the hell that band name is about.

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How To Get Your Gay On This Pride

How To Get Your Gay On This Pride

Pride week is upon us and already I see revelers falling by the wayside. Perk up people! Here are some tips on how to get your gay on without being sucked into the pain n’ shame monster.

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John Vanderslice & Magik*Magik Orchestra at The Herbst Theater

John Vanderslice & Magik*Magik Orchestra at The Herbst Theater

John Vanderslice celebrated the three-year anniversary of Magik*Magik Orchestra on Friday by performing two dazzling sets backed by the 30-piece ensemble and choir at the Herbst Theater. To say it was magical is an understatement. To say it was Magik*Magik-al is pretty much on point.

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Zach Rogue Discusses New Project

Zach Rogue Discusses New Project

Zach Rogue, best known as the front man of local indie giants Rogue Wave, is branching out with a new project, Release The Sunbird. We caught up with him to get the story behind the transition from heavy wave to free bird recording in middle…

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Live Review: Black Lips

Live Review: Black Lips

Dancing, crowd surfing, moshing, and saliva — the Black Lips ripped the crowd a new one at Great American Music Hall on Saturday night.

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Preview: Seryn at Hotel Utah

Preview: Seryn at Hotel Utah

Seryn from Denton, Texas, arrives at Hotel Utah this Sunday. Buyer beware: Prepare for greatness.

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Q&A: Timothy Strong from Dial Up

Q&A: Timothy Strong from Dial Up

Timothy Strong is a force of nature. Part promoter, part fashionista, part unicorn and all awesome — I got a chance to throw some questions his way before his monthly party, Dial Up, every third Thursday at Public Works.

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Preview: Young Widows at Thee Parkside

Preview: Young Widows at Thee Parkside

Louisville’s Young Widows are playing  June 10th at Thee Parkside. Like a cage of unleashed demons, the trio’s haunting, persistent patterns will stalk your mind and stick in your ears — and judging by their latest video, there will be blood.

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Preview: Yesway Thursday at BOTH

Preview: Yesway Thursday at BOTH

If you’ve never heard the floating, flowing faucet of magical unification that is Yesway don’t panic, they are not very searchable on the interweb, they have been a band for less than a year, and they apparently do not like to go to bars. Worry…

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Preview: This Memorial Day Get Your Sh** Kick On At El Rio

Preview: This Memorial Day Get Your Sh** Kick On At El Rio

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Review: Austra – Feel It Break

Review: Austra – Feel It Break

Katie Stelmanis, the founder and mega-voice behind Toronto-based band Austra (pronounced Ow-stra) grew up a classically trained musician, sang in the Canadian Children’s Opera, and was headed to continue her studies at university when she took a life-changing turn, she saw a punk show and…

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