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Best Coast, Sonny & the Sunsets to Play Free Show in SoMA

Best Coast, Sonny & the Sunsets to Play Free Show in SoMA

With Hardly Strictly Bluegrass already bringing a full weekend of free music to San Francisco, the final stop of the JanSport Bonfire Sessions is hosting a free concert with Best Coast, Sonny & the Sunsets and Meatbodies in SoMA. The concert at SoMa StrEat Food…

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Photos: Wu-Tang and Souls of Mischief at the Warfield

Photos: Wu-Tang and Souls of Mischief at the Warfield

The Warfield transformed into the “Wu-Field” on Saturday with Wu-Tang’s logo taking over the venue’s facade before the crew hit the stage. Performing in advance the new album, A Better Tomorrow, due sometime before the end the year, the group stuck to mostly Wu classics…

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Lyrics Born, Zigaboo Modeliste Join New Mastersounds for TL Benefit

Lyrics Born, Zigaboo Modeliste Join New Mastersounds for TL Benefit

It’s about to get funky in the Tenderloin this weekend with Lyrics Born and the Meters drummer Zigaboo Modeliste joining UK jazz-funk band New Mastersounds for a two-day concert to benefit the homeless. “The Payback” starts tonight at Great American Music Hall with East Bay…

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Weezer Announces Intimate Show at Slim’s

Weezer Announces Intimate Show at Slim’s

Weezer is back in a big way to finish out the year, with a new album and a tour, which will stop at SoMA venue Slim’s for an intimate show in November. SEPTEMBER 26 UPDATE: Weezer’s publicist confirmed that tickets for Slim’s show will go…

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Schedule Released for First SF Culture Collide Music & Arts Festival

Schedule Released for First SF Culture Collide Music & Arts Festival

More than 40 bands are scheduled to perform on October 14-15 at SF Culture Collide, an LA-based international music and arts festival expanding to San Francisco for the first time this year. Most of the action is happening in the Mission District with participating venues…

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Interview: Paolo Nutini Carries ‘Caustic Love’ to Oakland

Interview: Paolo Nutini Carries ‘Caustic Love’ to Oakland

Almost five years since his previous album, Scottish singer-songwriter Paolo Nutini is back with a soulful new release, Caustic Love. After an appearance at Outside Lands earlier this year, he returns to the Bay Area for a show at Oakland’s Fox Theater on Friday, September…

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Interview: The Orwells Bring ‘Disgraceland’ to Slim’s

Interview: The Orwells Bring ‘Disgraceland’ to Slim’s

Chicago area band the Orwells have a mission to “bring rock ‘n’ roll back to your car speakers” and they’re off to a great start with high profile gigs, including Lollapalooza and a tour with Arctic Monkeys.

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Review: Beck Delivers a Memorable Show at the Masonic

Review: Beck Delivers a Memorable Show at the Masonic

Beck opened the newly renovated Masonic Auditorium on Nob Hill last night with one of his best Bay Area performances in recent memory. With no one else on the bill for the first show at the refreshed venue, a 3,300-capacity beauty atop Nob Hill, Beck…

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Homegrown: The Soft White Sixties Bring ‘Get Right’ to the Fillmore

Homegrown: The Soft White Sixties Bring ‘Get Right’ to the Fillmore

The Soft White Sixties formed in the Bay Area in 2009, and quickly gained a following that led to sold-out shows at the Independent and the Chapel and high-profile appearances at Outside Lands and the Noise Pop festival. Equipped with their first full-length album, Get…

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Easy Star All-Stars Celebrates 10 Years of ‘Dub Side of the Moon’ at Slim’s

Easy Star All-Stars Celebrates 10 Years of ‘Dub Side of the Moon’ at Slim’s

New York-based reggae collective Easy Star All-Stars celebrates the 10-year anniversary of its irie cult classic Dub Side of the Moon, a reggae-style Pink Floyd tribute, with a show this weekend at Slim’s. Despite producing several original releases, the group is most famous for the…

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The Five Best Places to Party Outside This Weekend

The Five Best Places to Party Outside This Weekend

Partying inside is so over-rated, especially with the streak of beautiful weather the Bay Area is experiencing. It’s the perfect time to get outside and there are plenty of party options as the weekend approaches.

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Photos: Party People at Summersalt Festival

Photos: Party People at Summersalt Festival

Summersalt Festival organizers went big this year with the festival’s strongest lineup to date, headlined by Big Gigantic and G-Eazy at Pier 70.

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