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Video: Remembering Tupac

Video: Remembering Tupac

Fifteen years after his death, Tupac Shakur’s music is as potent as it was in the 90s, before he was gunned down at the pinnacle of his career.

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Remembrance: DJ Mehdi

Remembrance: DJ Mehdi

The music community mourns today after the loss of one of it’s most respected DJs and producers. This morning French record label Ed Banger confirmed the death of it’s longtime artist DJ Mehdi at the young age of 34 following Tweets from both Chromeo and…

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DJ Q&A: Captain Planet

DJ Q&A: Captain Planet

Charlie Wilder, aka Captain Planet, has a new full-length album out this year, Cookin’ Gumbo, which encompasses every aspect of his musical personality. Getting his musical start with punk rock and rap and evolving his career to his now distinctive soul-funk and jazz sounds, Captain…

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Preview: Teen Daze, Yalls, Speculator

Preview: Teen Daze, Yalls, Speculator

Whether you call it chillwave, dream-pop, or glo-fi, Tuesday night will be a chance to dance when Epic Sauce and Yours Truly present a night with Canadian producer Teen Daze at Public Works. Filling out the bill will be locals Yalls and Speculator.

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Sonya Cotton Discusses New Album, Life & Loss

Sonya Cotton Discusses New Album, Life & Loss

SF-based singer/songwriter   Sonya Cotton funded her latest release, It Is So, in under 11 days by raising $10,000 on Kickstarter. The result is a stark and beautiful examination of life, love and loss. We had the chance to ask her a few questions before her…

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Live Review: The Kills – No Drums, No Fun?

Live Review: The Kills – No Drums, No Fun?

Across The Bay, The Kills entertained hundreds of devoted fans as they rocked out to song after song of new material from their latest album. Almost every track off Blood Pressures is catchy and honest and were carried through on stage tonight with all the…

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Preview: Barem, Matt Tolfrey, John Tejada, Geddes

Preview: Barem, Matt Tolfrey, John Tejada, Geddes

This Saturday Public Works gets deep with a line up of DJs from across the world, headlined by Barem, John Tejada, Matt Tolfrey and Geddes, while featuring local support from AntAcid, Pillowtalk, Galen, Anthony Mansfield, Mozaic and Dax.

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Album Review: Thurdercat 'Golden Age of the Apocalypse'

Album Review: Thurdercat 'Golden Age of the Apocalypse'

As far as debuts albums go, Thundercat’s Golden Age of the Apocalypse is a mind bending piece of work. Following in the form of the Brainfeeder crew, the album showcases layers of instruments on top of one another in an effort to recreate a genre-bending orchestra…

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Homegrown: The Shants

Homegrown: The Shants

A band is an entity unto itself. Individual. It is more than its members, their histories, and even their creative DNA. Although Skip Allums is from Louisiana, his band The Shants (Oakland, CA) was born right here in Northern California. Homegrown, and the number of…

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She & Him to Release Christmas Album

She & Him to Release Christmas Album

Merge Records announced yesterday that Zooey Deschanel and M. Ward will release their first collection of Christmas favorites entitled A Very She & Him Christmas on October 25.

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Weekend Club Roundup

Weekend Club Roundup

Everyone’s back in town and ready to dance the weekend away with a mix of funk, hip hop, Latin vibes, drum and bass, electro and more!

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Album Stream: Girls 'Father, Son, Holy Ghost'

Album Stream: Girls 'Father, Son, Holy Ghost'

The highly anticipated second full-length album Father, Son, Holy Ghost from San Francisco’s very own Girls is available to stream in its entirety. The album drops September 13th on True Panther Sounds.

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