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Daily Lineup Announced for Treasure Island Music Festival: Plus 12 Vids to Get You Amped

Daily Lineup Announced for Treasure Island Music Festival: Plus 12 Vids to Get You Amped

With the 10th anniversary (and potentially the last) Treasure Island Music Festival nearly one month away, event organizers revealed the daily lineups for Saturday and Sunday. Single day GA and VIP tickets going on sale Thursday, September 15 at 10am. To get attendees excited for…

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Quintessential SF Concert Venue Bottom of the Hill Celebrates 25 Years

Quintessential SF Concert Venue Bottom of the Hill Celebrates 25 Years

Since September 1991, Portrero Hill concert venue Bottom of the Hill has been an SF staple for live music. The venue has been home to over 10,000 bands who have played here, equaling about 25,000 performances over the past 25 years. Bottom of the Hill…

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Rap Icon Common Playing Charity Concert at The Masonic in Support of ‘Black Girls Code’

Rap Icon Common Playing Charity Concert at The Masonic in Support of ‘Black Girls Code’

Grammy award winning rapper, author, and actor Common will be performing at a benefit concert on September 14 at The Masonic. All proceeds from the show will go to Black Girls Code, a not-for-profit organization focused on providing technology education to African-American girls ages 7–17….

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Musician & Producer John Vanderslice Discusses Tiny Telephone & Oakland Studio

Musician & Producer John Vanderslice Discusses Tiny Telephone & Oakland Studio

John Vanderslice, the entrepreneur, musician and record producer, recently expanded his Tiny Telephone Studios to the East Bay with a brand new recording facility in Oakland. Since 1997, Tiny Telephone has thrived in San Francisco, producing albums by Death Cab for Cutie, Spoon, The Mountain…

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The Latest from aQuarius Records: Music Reviews in Print, New Website & Documentary

The Latest from aQuarius Records: Music Reviews in Print, New Website & Documentary

After closing last month, San Francisco’s oldest indie vinyl shop, aQuarius Records, announced plans to continue as a digital presence and eventually introduce “a big book of selected aQ reviews from our five hundred and two aQ New Arrivals lists, 1995-2016!” Their new website, called…

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120 MIN Celebrates Six Years: Founder Talks Fake Blood Wrestling Plus 3 Upcoming Parties For Your Inner Goth Kid

120 MIN Celebrates Six Years: Founder Talks Fake Blood Wrestling Plus 3 Upcoming Parties For Your Inner Goth Kid

Even the newest transplants find out pretty quick, San Francisco loves to get weird. From the S&M showcase at the Folsom Street Fair, to How Weird!, to streaking through the Panhandle wasted at 10am for a light jog known as Bay To Breakers, San Franciscans and…

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Q&A: Caspa & Rusko Make a Jubilant Return to SF with New Dubstep Material

Q&A: Caspa & Rusko Make a Jubilant Return to SF with New Dubstep Material

After a multi-year hiatus apart, two of the most influential dubstep producers in the electronic music industry, Chris Mercer (Rusko) and Gary McCann (Caspa), have reunited as a formal duo to make transcendent tracks once again. Their live show schedule this year has been purely…

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Neil Young Invites Metallica, Dave Matthews, Norah Jones & Many More To Play 30th Annual Bridge School Benefit

Neil Young Invites Metallica, Dave Matthews, Norah Jones & Many More To Play 30th Annual Bridge School Benefit

The always impressive lineup for Neil Young’s acoustic charity event Bridge School Benefit has been revealed, with Metallica, Dave Matthews, Norah Jones, and many more scheduled to perform. The two-day event this year takes place October 22-23 at Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View. Young will…

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‘Once In A Lifetime’ Marathon Dance Party To Transform The Old Mint

‘Once In A Lifetime’ Marathon Dance Party To Transform The Old Mint

This time last year, there was an exciting shake-up at The Old Mint. The city pulled the previous custodians for dragging their feet on renovations and sought out new stewardship for the San Francisco relic and nationally recognized landmark. Now, The Old Mint’s exciting new operators are some of the Bay…

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Q&A: Ben Bridwell from Band of Horses Discusses New Album, Coffee & Upcoming SF Show

Q&A: Ben Bridwell from Band of Horses Discusses New Album, Coffee & Upcoming SF Show

Indie rockers Band of Horses is currently on tour in support of Why Are You OK?, the band’s fifth studio album released back in June. They are set to play an upcoming performance at The Masonic on Wednesday, August 24. Band of Horses originally formed in…

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Indie Folk Singer-Songwriter Andy Cabic of Vetiver: SF Life & Upcoming Show at the Chapel

Indie Folk Singer-Songwriter Andy Cabic of Vetiver: SF Life & Upcoming Show at the Chapel

San Francisco indie folk group Vetiver continues to make waves in the Bay Area with recent show dates including an acoustic performance by the band’s singer-songwriter Andy Cabic, alongside Tim Bluhm (The Mother Hips) at the Sweetwater Music Hall, plus an opening slot for Iron and Wine…

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Just Announced: Sofi Tukker to Support Manila Killa at 1015 Folsom this Friday

Just Announced: Sofi Tukker to Support Manila Killa at 1015 Folsom this Friday

We were already through-the-roof excited for this Friday’s Manila Killa set at 1015 Folsom. Now we’re on the moon with the latest announcement that New York-based electronic duo, SOFI TUKKER, has been added to the bill. Manila Killa is a Filipino electronic producer, now based in Washington…

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