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Weekend Club Events

Weekend Club Events

This weekend is packed with hot dance events including a few Neptunes-related, a 6am afterparty, and sweaty Latin sounds!

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DJ Q&A: Mario Muse

DJ Q&A: Mario Muse

One of San Francisco’s most versatile DJs, Mario Muse is on a musical journey that shows no sign of slowing. He DJs next at The Queen Is Dead, a tribute to the Smiths, at Milk Bar on July 16.

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Outside Lands Night Shows

Outside Lands Night Shows

In addition to three days of music featuring Arcade Fire, Muse, the Black Keys, and many more, the folks behind Outside Lands are stretching the festival’s reach with a series of night shows at local venues.

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Beats, Rhymes & Life: The Travels of A Tribe Called Quest

Beats, Rhymes & Life: The Travels of A Tribe Called Quest

Actor Michael Rapaport’s 2011 Sundance documentary Beats, Rhymes & Life: The Travels of A Tribe Called Quest hits local theaters next Friday, July 15th. 

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Best Albums of 2011, Mid-Year

Best Albums of 2011, Mid-Year

From electro-pop to acoustic ballads, our list of best albums from the first half of 2011 covers the musical spectrum.

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Hot Track: French Horn Rebellion's Pool Party Mix

Hot Track: French Horn Rebellion's Pool Party Mix

Did someone say pool party? Yes, French Horn Rebellion did, and just in time for the holiday weekend!

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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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Summer Obsession: White Arrows

Summer Obsession: White Arrows

This psychedelic electronic group from LA has a sound similar to Beach House and Panda Bear, and it’s officially a summer obsession.

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Fillmore Jazz Festival Highlights

Fillmore Jazz Festival Highlights

The Fillmore rolls out the red carpet this week for its annual jazz festival, and the timing couldn’t be better. San Francisco is on the verge of jazz renaissance, and the neighborhood that once hosted legendary musicians like Charlie Parker and Billie Holiday is still…

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Hot Track: Doom and Gloom, "Jenny"

Hot Track: Doom and Gloom, "Jenny"

The story of Doom and Gloom begins with the end of a band called Castledoor.

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Preview: The Neighborhood With Mashpot

Preview: The Neighborhood With Mashpot

Mashpot and Audyssey’s “The Neighborhood” come together on July 6th to support the Bay Area music and arts scenes. It’s is the second official Mashpot event, which focuses on bringing together members of the arts and music scenes in a collaborative multimedia setting, and the…

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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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