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Flux Pavilion, Keys N Krates, Excision Headline Audio on the Bay 2016

Flux Pavilion, Keys N Krates, Excision Headline Audio on the Bay 2016

For the third year in a row, dance promoter Insomniac brings the massive electronic music festival Audio On The Bay to the Craneway Pavilion in Richmond over Memorial Day weekend. This year, the East Bay festival has been shortened from three days to two, taking…

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The List: Coachella 2016 Artists Performing in the Bay Area

The List: Coachella 2016 Artists Performing in the Bay Area

For those unable to get highly-coveted Coachella 2016 tickets, or would rather just see one or two of their favorite artists in a more intimate setting, then you’re in luck! We’ve compiled a list of Coachella artists who have show dates popping up in the…

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Prince Still Reigns Supreme: Electrifying ‘Piano and a Microphone’ Performance at Oracle Arena

Prince Still Reigns Supreme: Electrifying ‘Piano and a Microphone’ Performance at Oracle Arena

Those who missed Prince at Oakland’s Paramount Theater last Sunday for a special two show performance got another chance to see his “Piano and a Microphone” act last night on a bigger stage at Oracle Arena. When Prince is in the Bay Area there’s a…

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Smart, Sexy, Saucy…The Uninhibited Series Delivers the Whole Package

Smart, Sexy, Saucy…The Uninhibited Series Delivers the Whole Package

Shiver me Tinders, the Uninhibited series is here! As spring fever starts to kick in, and with summer romance right around the corner, it’s the perfect time to explore some of our most innate human forces…sex, love, and knowledge. This series of events, parties, and talks at the JCCSF…

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Event Pick: Lights Down Low SF Celebrates 10 Years of Raving with Jamie Jones, Skream, 2 Many DJs

Event Pick: Lights Down Low SF Celebrates 10 Years of Raving with Jamie Jones, Skream, 2 Many DJs

San Francisco promoter Lights Down Low has big plans for its 10 year anniversary, hosting two parties one month apart. The first will be with tech house DJ Jamie Jones and dubstep producer Skream on March 4 at Mezzanine, and the round two event happens…

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SFJAZZ Unveils Prodigious Lineup for 34th Festival & 2016 Summer Sessions

SFJAZZ Unveils Prodigious Lineup for 34th Festival & 2016 Summer Sessions

The San Francisco Jazz Festival will present 25 concerts over 12 days and Summer Sessions will present 55 shows over 38 days. Acts include McCoy Tyner Tribute with the legendary Chick Corea, a 12-year-old piano wunderkind Joey Alexander, and Bay Area jazz virtuoso Taylor Eigsti….

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Q&A with Best Coast’s Bethany Cosentino: Two SF Shows Set for Next Week

Q&A with Best Coast’s Bethany Cosentino: Two SF Shows Set for Next Week

Los Angeles surf rock band Best Coast began their co-headline tour “Summer Is Forever II” with Noise Pop group Wavves earlier this month. The two were originally scheduled to play the first show at the newly renovated Berkeley’s UC Theatre on March 1. Unfortunately, due to…

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Chromeo to Headline 2016 SF Oysterfest

Chromeo to Headline 2016 SF Oysterfest

Kicking off the outdoor festival season, Montreal electro funk duo Chromeo will be doing a live music perfomance at the 17th annual SF Oysterfest on May 7 in Golden Gate Park. Located at Park’s Sharon Meadow, within walking distance to Haight Street, the all day food festival…

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A Fall Version of Coachella Festival Coming Soon?

A Fall Version of Coachella Festival Coming Soon?

According to the mayor of Indio, the Southern California city that hosts Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, an autumn version of the mega music festival could become a reality. With just two months until Coachella 2016, Indio Mayor Glenn Miller dropped a huge news…

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Film School’s Officially Reunited Lineup Poised for Noise Pop 2016

Film School’s Officially Reunited Lineup Poised for Noise Pop 2016

Two years ago, one of the original shoegaze bands of San Francisco, Film School, reunited for a special one-off performance at Bottom of the Hill for drummer Donny Newenhouse’s birthday. The performance ignited an enchanting moment for that specific lineup; the original members whom contributed…

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Q&A: Diane Coffee Serves Up Some Strong ‘Psych-Glam-Motown’ Vibes for Noise Pop 2016

Q&A: Diane Coffee Serves Up Some Strong ‘Psych-Glam-Motown’ Vibes for Noise Pop 2016

The official lineup for Noise Pop 2016 offers up some substantial indie talent, but there was one booking in particular that delighted me the most – Diane Coffee. Schedule conflicts be damned, this fresh solo project from Shaun Fleming, former drummer of Foxygen, is not…

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Metric Headlines Noise Pop 2016: Q&A with Emily Haines

Metric Headlines Noise Pop 2016: Q&A with Emily Haines

The deeply introspective, sometimes electronic, sometimes indie rock, but always passionate band from Toronto, Metric, headlines San Francisco’s Noise Pop Festival at the Nob Hill Masonic Center on February 23. In 1998, a band from Canada named themselves after a setting on their keyboard that…

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