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Billboard-Topping Reggae Group John Brown’s Body Speaks on Community, Politics & Their Show on Saturday

Billboard-Topping Reggae Group John Brown’s Body Speaks on Community, Politics & Their Show on Saturday

The past week has been riddled with turmoil and stress, leaving the country with an unknown future that many imaginations are painting in dark, bleak shades. So, what better time for some vibrant irie vibes to drop in on the Bay Area, burn through those…

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Night Flight the New Multi-Venue Festival with Heart, Set to Bring Top Electronic Music Acts to SF This Week

Night Flight the New Multi-Venue Festival with Heart, Set to Bring Top Electronic Music Acts to SF This Week

There’s a new boutique festival touching down in the streets of San Francisco this week. Night Flight is a multi-day, multiple venue gathering with a lineup worthy of immediate attention. Everyone on board for Night Flight will hop between Monarch, The Great Northern, and F8 to catch top international…

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Noise Pop Festival’s 2017 Lineup, Expansion Announced for 25th Anniversary

Noise Pop Festival’s 2017 Lineup, Expansion Announced for 25th Anniversary

The Bay Area’s premiere indie music and arts festival, Noise Pop, announced phase one of the music lineup for the 25th annual festival. Beginning this year, the festival will expand from nine to eleven days beginning Friday, February 17 and running through Monday, February 27….

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Fantastic Negrito Keeps on Rolling With New Record & Tour with Temple of the Dog

Fantastic Negrito Keeps on Rolling With New Record & Tour with Temple of the Dog

Oakland’s Xavier Dphrepaulezz is brainchild/mastermind/creator of Fantastic Negrito, the winner of 2015’s NPR’s Tiny Desk Contest. The singer, who was once signed to Interscope Records in the ’90s, has now taken advantage of his second wind with a sense of unforgiving righteousness and honesty. After…

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Q&A: SF Resident Viceroy on Local Bar & Dining Hot Spots, Plus NYE Show at Fort Mason Announced

Q&A: SF Resident Viceroy on Local Bar & Dining Hot Spots, Plus NYE Show at Fort Mason Announced

With Halloween now behind us, everyone can look forward to the end-of-year holidays and start making New Years’ Eve plans. San Francisco always offers plenty of options, but partying at Fort Mason has been a consistently solid option for counting down to midnight on a…

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Q&A: STRFKR’s Josh Hodges Connects BDSM & Buddhism With New Record, Performing Two Nights in SF

Q&A: STRFKR’s Josh Hodges Connects BDSM & Buddhism With New Record, Performing Two Nights in SF

A slow panoramic scan of the desert and cacti of Joshua Tree gradually reveals a subtle homestead—an RV with its awning pitched and a pair of hip scooters in its company. A couple crushed beers of nondescript branding lay as breadcrumbs leading focus to the man sitting…

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Oakland’s Day Wave: Making Music, Touring with Blonde Redhead & Upcoming Dates Starting in SF

Oakland’s Day Wave: Making Music, Touring with Blonde Redhead & Upcoming Dates Starting in SF

Day Wave, an indie rock group led by Jackson Phillips, formed in Oakland in 2015. They’ve since toured with Blonde Redhead and are about to embark on a headlining tour including a stop at Rickshaw Stop on Saturday, November 5th. Jackson Phillips left his previous electronic…

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Three Not-to-Be-Missed Day of the Dead Events in SF

Three Not-to-Be-Missed Day of the Dead Events in SF

Celebrate the Latino community and its living heritage the right way by visiting one of the many Día de los Muertos events happening this month. SOMArts, the Marigold Project, and the San Francisco Symphony (SFS) are each hosting their own Day of the Dead holiday…

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Top Bay Area Bashes for Halloween 2016: the Audio/Visual Preview

Top Bay Area Bashes for Halloween 2016: the Audio/Visual Preview

The cobwebs are out of the Halloween box and all the oversized arachnoids are hanging out with the rest of the town painted orange and black—and not for the Giants, unfortunately. Everyone with a fondness for fantasy and a hankering to dance are growing giddy…

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Highs and Lows from Treasure Island Music Festival 2016 + Free James Blake Show

Highs and Lows from Treasure Island Music Festival 2016 + Free James Blake Show

What a range of emotions endured by Treasure Island Music Festival attendees! The weather made it difficult on everyone, causing lots of frustration. However, there were still some bright spots. We look forward to seeing how the event’s organizers respond to the aftermath. The festival…

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Record Label Numero Group Brings Massive Pop Up Record Shop to the Bay

Record Label Numero Group Brings Massive Pop Up Record Shop to the Bay

One of the planet’s top archival labels, Numero Group, will spend three days in Berkeley this month as part of their west coast pop-up tour. A three-person crew from the Chicago-based label tapped into their DIY roots by packing into a black Ford E-350 15-passenger…

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Daily Schedule Released For Treasure Island Music Festival, Lineup Change, Plus Tycho Night Show

Daily Schedule Released For Treasure Island Music Festival, Lineup Change, Plus Tycho Night Show

Organizers behind the Treasure Island Music Festival have released the daily schedule for all the music this weekend. As always, no overlaps between the acts of the main stages is one of the great characteristics of the two-day event. In addition to the schedule, local…

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