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Morning Beat: Week in Photos

Morning Beat: Week in Photos

Get over the hump with a selection of great pics taken during the last week from our photos galleries, including Black Thought from The Roots, EPK, Depressed Buttons, Medjool, and more.

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VIDEO: DJ Bam Bam feat. Sue Cho “Your Love is Explosive”

VIDEO: DJ Bam Bam feat. Sue Cho “Your Love is Explosive”

It’s Feb 1st, which means Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. If you’re still not motivated to make plans or find the perfect Valentine hookup for the holiday weekend, the marching snare, thumping bass, and clean synth line from this track by DJ Bam…

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Winter Music Fest: Feb 3rd to 17th

Winter Music Fest: Feb 3rd to 17th

Looking for some new music this week? Well, luckily it’s time again for the 2nd Annual Winter Music Fest. Starting this Thursday you can introduce yourself to a bunch of local bands.

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Morning Beat: Men @ Clift Hotel

Morning Beat: Men @ Clift Hotel

Get ready for Men, the Brooklyn-based group that is bringing the hottest dance party tonight in SF to the Clift Hotel.

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Hot Track: Fleet Foxes Are Back

Hot Track: Fleet Foxes Are Back

The Fleet Foxes just announced a new album scheduled for release May 3rd, and an accompanying tour that will stop in the Bay Area at the Fox Theater (where else!) on May 5th. Helplessness Blues follows the band’s critically acclaimed 2008 self-titled debut, which was…

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Jake Mann + The Upper Hand

Jake Mann + The Upper Hand

There’s something welcoming about a no-frills rock band.  On their new album, Parallel South, local trio Jake Mann + The Upper Hand bring a mix of melodic pop and the best of 90s guitar bands, with singer-songwriter Mann’s layer of grainy, sometimes Dylan-esque vocals landing…

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Morning Beat: Interpol

Morning Beat: Interpol

If there’s been a little too much sunshine in your life this winter, take the opportunity tonight to darken up your week with brooding New York rockers, Interpol. The band just kicked off it’s North American tour a few days ago, and tix are still…

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Q&A: Tristen

Q&A: Tristen

With the official release of her debut LP, Charlatans At The Garden Gate, arriving this week, Tristen Gaspadarek is poised for a potential breakout year. Her mix of pop, rock, and Americana influences has already created a buzz in Nashville, where she moved after leaving…

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Are You Ready for Monotonix?

Are You Ready for Monotonix?

If you’re planning to check out Monotonix tonight at Rickshaw Stop, don’t wear your Sunday’s best. Expect lots of hair, potential male nudity, crowd surfing, and an overall mess.

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All that Glitters is Goldenboy

All that Glitters is Goldenboy

With weather this warm, Groundhog Day doesn’t matter much this year.  So here’s something else to populate that February 2 slot:  Head to Dolores Park Cafe for a set from LA-based quintet Goldenboy, fronted by former Elliott Smith member and Bright Eyes touring musician Shon…

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Show Preview: Girls n Boomboxes

Show Preview: Girls n Boomboxes

Girls n Boomboxes are primed to get the party started opening for The Toxic Avenger tomorrow at Mezzanine, and they’re fighting for your right to get down: “The entire rave/techno/electronic thing here in the U.S. is still taboo for those people who are stuck on…

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Morning Beat: You Gotta Have That Funk

Morning Beat: You Gotta Have That Funk

The mother ship touches down in San Francisco at Yoshi’s tonight with the godfather of funk, George Clinton and his band Parliament Funkadelic. Clinton has reached living legend status with a stage show that is otherworldly, and classics like “Atomic Dog,” “Flashlight,” and “We Want…

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