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Edward Sharpe and Magnetic Zeros to Headline Oyster Festival

Edward Sharpe and Magnetic Zeros to Headline Oyster Festival

Organizers for the annual Guinness Oyster & Music Festival announced today that Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros will headline the festival this year.

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Noise Pop: Life on the Road With Dr. Dog Guitarist Scott McMicken

Noise Pop: Life on the Road With Dr. Dog Guitarist Scott McMicken

Dr. Dog has been a model of consistency since the band formed in the early 2000s. While gaining national exposure from tours with My Morning Jacket and The Lumineers, the psychedelic pop and indie folk rock band from West Grove, Pa., is beloved by fans…

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Review: Amos Lee Brings ‘Mountains of Sorrow’ to Fox Theater

Review: Amos Lee Brings ‘Mountains of Sorrow’ to Fox Theater

Amos Lee’s fifth album, Mountains Of Sorrow, Rivers Of Song is perhaps, better experienced live.

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Review: Phantogram Starts U.S. Tour Strong in Oakland

Review: Phantogram Starts U.S. Tour Strong in Oakland

New York electronic rock duo Phantogram started their most recent U.S. tour Thursday night with a sold-out show at Fox Theater. Touring in support of Voices, their second full-length album and major label debut, this evening felt much different than the duo’s most recent Bay…

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Noise Pop: Lord Huron Founder Ben Schneider Discusses Fillmore Debut

Noise Pop: Lord Huron Founder Ben Schneider Discusses Fillmore Debut

One of the most anticipated shows of the Noise Pop festival lineup, February 25 to March 2, Lord Huron’s show at the Fillmore was the first to sell out. The group’s organically smooth approach to melodic country-rock, heard prominently on their 2012 debut album Lonesome…

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Review: Allen Stone Kicks Off the Independent Anniversary Concerts

Review: Allen Stone Kicks Off the Independent Anniversary Concerts

Last night, Allen Stone, a singer from Seattle who once dubbed himself a “hippie with soul,” serenaded a sold-out crowd at the Independent Theater to kick off the first of several concerts to celebrate the venue’s 10-year anniversary.

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Two Gallants Join the Independent 10-Year Anniversary Celebration

Two Gallants Join the Independent 10-Year Anniversary Celebration

Two San Francisco natives and childhood friends, Adam Stephens and Tyson Vogel, are the creative force behind Two Gallants, a two-piece band devised of mainly guitars, drums and vocals. The guitars are booming and vigorous, with angst equally matched by sincere beauty. The drumming complements…

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Photos: 2 Good To Be T.R.U. With 2 Chainz at Fox Theater

Photos: 2 Good To Be T.R.U. With  2 Chainz at Fox Theater

2 Chainz was back in the Bay Area last night with his 2 Good To Be T.R.U. Tour at Oakland’s Fox Theater.

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Painted Palms Prepares for Noise Pop, SXSW

Painted Palms Prepares for Noise Pop, SXSW

Painted Palms started as a long-distance partnership before inevitably converging in San Francisco after one member of the duo moved here a few years ago. However, cousins Reese Donohue and Christopher Prudhomme, originally from Louisiana, still find best results when they write music separately and trade ideas online before working together.

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De La Soul Offers Every Album for Free

De La Soul Offers Every Album for Free

De La Soul is celebrating its 25th anniversary by offering all of its albums from free.

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First Ever Bay Area Record Label Fair Arrives at Thee Parkside

First Ever Bay Area Record Label Fair Arrives at Thee Parkside

A full spectrum of the local music community, including more than 20 local record labels and four local bands, will converge for the first Bay Area Record Label Fair (BARF), a free event at Thee Parkside on February 15.

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Lightning in a Bottle Strikes New Central California Location

Lightning in a Bottle Strikes New Central California Location

Dance music festival Lightning in a Bottle returns this year with a new location within a short drive from San Francisco.

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