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Pearl Jam, Soundgarden to Play Bridge School Benefit

Pearl Jam, Soundgarden to Play Bridge School Benefit

Pegi and Neil Young’s Bridge School Benefit will be rocking in the free world once again with Bridge School regular Eddie Veddar joining the lineup with Pearl Jam, Florence + The Machine and another grunge-era favorite, Soundgarden.

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Q&A: Big Gigantic’s Dominic Lalli is Ready to Party at Summersalt in SF

Q&A: Big Gigantic’s Dominic Lalli is Ready to Party at Summersalt in SF

With jazzy saxophone riffs overlaying thunderous drums with electronic beats, Big Gigantic is a truly unique live experience. The two-man instrumental crew from Boulder returns to San Francisco on Saturday for a headline appearance at Summersalt festival, located this year for the first time at…

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Giveaway: Enter to Win VIP Tickets for Summersalt Fest with Big Gigantic, G-Eazy

Giveaway: Enter to Win VIP Tickets for Summersalt Fest with Big Gigantic, G-Eazy

San Francisco’s Summersalt music festival arrives this weekend, just as the city’s second summer begins, with a full day of music headlined by Big Gigantic and Oakland breakout G-Eazy.

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Talib Kweli, Erykah Badu to Headline New Haight Street Festival

Talib Kweli, Erykah Badu to Headline New Haight Street Festival

A new street party on Haight Street makes its debut this weekend with Talib Kweli and Erykah Badu hitting the stage for DJ sets.

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Photos: Hiero Day Celebrates Bay Area Hip Hop

Photos: Hiero Day Celebrates Bay Area Hip Hop

It was a family affair at the 3rd annual Hiero Day in Oakland as the Hieroglyphics crew took over a few blocks of West Oakland on Labor Day to celebrate more than 20 years of independent Bay Area hip hop. Chuy Gomez and Ed Lover…

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She Keeps Bees Bring Chilling New Release to Brick & Mortar

She Keeps Bees Bring Chilling New Release to Brick & Mortar

In the midst of a powerful movement full of female vocalists and entertainers, She Keeps Bees, comprised of Jessica Larabee’s soulfully daunting vocals and Andy LaPlant’s unforgiving drumming, brings something unique and profound to the scene. The Brooklyn duo impressively compounds beautiful melodies with a…

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Hiero Day Returns to Oakland for Labor Day

Hiero Day Returns to Oakland for Labor Day

Hiero Day is officially a Labor Day tradition in Oakland as the day party arrives at Linden Street Brewery for its third year on Monday with a full day of Bay Area hip hop.

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Photos: The Zombies Close 77th Annual Stern Grove Festival

Photos: The Zombies Close 77th Annual Stern Grove Festival

The 77th edition of Stern Grove Festival closed on Sunday with San Francisco favorite Vetiver and 1960s UK rockers the Zombies.

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Young Jeezy Arrested For Illegal Firearms After Shoreline Shooting

Young Jeezy Arrested For Illegal Firearms After Shoreline Shooting

Mountain View detectives arrested rapper Young Jeezy on Sunday after serving search warrants in connection with a shooting that left one man dead at Shoreline Amphitheatre on Friday, according to San Jose Mercury News. In addition to Jeezy, five other people associated with Wiz Khalifa’s…

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Oakland’s Bells Atlas Bring Unique, Worldly Grooves to Rickshaw Stop

Oakland’s Bells Atlas Bring Unique, Worldly Grooves to Rickshaw Stop

Oakland band Bells Atlas formed over two years ago, honing a sound that mixes influences of jazz, soul, hip-hop and west African music to create an ensemble somewhere between the realms of Erykah Badu and Battles. They aren’t afraid to push the envelope—or open the envelope,…

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Kanye West Rumored to be Working with Paul McCartney

Kanye West Rumored to be Working with Paul McCartney

Fresh from headlining separate performances at Outside Lands and Candlestick Park, it appears Kanye West and Paul McCartney could be working on a collaboration on the rapper’s next album.

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Review: Paul McCartney Closes Candlestick Park in Style

Review: Paul McCartney Closes Candlestick Park in Style

The last concert ever at Candlestick Park confirmed two things: Paul McCartney is still amazing, and that stadium is kind of a dump.

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