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Live Review: SOHN, Mr. Little Jeans at the Independent

Live Review: SOHN, Mr. Little Jeans at the Independent

SOHN, a London-born, Vienna-based singer, songwriter, and producer cast an electro-soul spell on the Independent at Saturday night’s sold out show. The stage was set with strobing vertical LEDs, a mess of wires, touring band-mates Albin Janoska (synths) and Stefan Fallmann (bass) all clad in…

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Photos: Cage the Elephant Soars at Fox Theater

Photos: Cage the Elephant Soars at Fox Theater

Always known for a wild performances, Cage the Elephant was back in the Bay Area for a show at Fox Theater with Foals.

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Papa’s Darren Weiss Returns to Bay Area for a Headlining Gig at the Independent

Papa’s Darren Weiss Returns to Bay Area for a Headlining Gig at the Independent

After a move from Los Angeles to New York and back, childhood friends Darren Weiss and Danny Presant found a way to make Papa cohesive band, creating an album full of captivating choruses and eccentric melodies. Their sound is riddled with lo-fi influences that fall somewhere…

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Set Times Announced for Napa’s BottleRock Festival

Set Times Announced for Napa’s BottleRock Festival

Set times are out for Napa’s BottleRock Festival, headlined this year by Outkast, The Cure and Eric Church.

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The Strokes, Phoenix, Interpol to Headline LA’s FYF Fest

The Strokes, Phoenix, Interpol to Headline LA’s FYF Fest

Relocating to a venue in downtown Los Angeles, this year’s FYF Fest at The LA Sports Arena & Exposition Park takes place August 23-24 with headliners the Strokes, Phoenix, Interpol and Haim.

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Lightning in a Bottle Festival Set Times

Lightning in a Bottle Festival Set Times

Lightning in a Bottle is just one week away, making its Northern California debut with more more than 70 performers and DJs over three days, including Moby, Little Dragon, Phantogram and Amon Tobin. The festivities get underway at San Antonio Recreation Area in Bradley, Calif.,…

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Jay Z and Beyonce Announce 2nd San Francisco Concert

Jay Z and Beyonce Announce 2nd San Francisco Concert

Family drama be damned, Jay Z and Beyonce appear unfazed by the family scuffle with Bey’s little sister Solange that blew up on the Internet yesterday, announcing today that they will perform a second show at San Francisco’s AT&T Park. The second San Francisco date…

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Photos: Edward Sharpe and Oysters at SF Oyster Fest

Photos: Edward Sharpe and Oysters at SF Oyster Fest

It was a beautiful day for oysters and music in Golden Gate Park as thousands of people gathered for SF Oyster Fest with performances by Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, Poolside and Ra Ra Riot.

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Coachella 2015 Dates, Ticket Sales Announced

Coachella 2015 Dates, Ticket Sales Announced

Less than one month after the conclusion of Coachella 2014, dates for next year’s festival were announced and advance tickets go on sale this Friday starting at 10am. Coachella 2015 will again span two weekends, April 10-12 and 17-19, and will likely include the return…

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Matisyahu Returns With New Album, Bottle Rock Appearance

Matisyahu Returns With New Album, Bottle Rock Appearance

Ten years after his breakout debut, reggae artist Matisyahu is preparing for a tour stop at Napa’s BottleRock Music Festival later this month to support the release of his fifth album, Akeda, on June 3. Once known for his Orthodox Jewish message along with his…

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Win a Mother’s Day Gift with Soul: Lee Fields Tickets and Bouquet of Flowers

Win a Mother’s Day Gift with Soul: Lee Fields Tickets and Bouquet of Flowers

What better way to honor your Mom than by giving her the gift of Soul music and flowers? We’re giving away a truly unique gift package that includes 2 tickets to see Lee Fields & The Expressions at The Fillmore on June 27th along with…

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90s Band Failure Returns With Two Reunion Shows in SF

90s Band Failure Returns With Two Reunion Shows in SF

Failure’s last gig was in 1997, but after 16 years of pursuing families and other musical projects, the band decided they wouldn’t let their name embody them. A slow rise results in a steady empire. While Failure was away, they received attention and praise by…

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