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Photos: Tops Make it Last at Brick & Mortar

Photos: Tops Make it Last at Brick & Mortar

Montreal indie pop outfit Tops kicked of a long week of music with Dinner and Kid Trails at Brick & Mortar before Noise Pop Festival gets gets into full swing.

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The Suffers Bring Texas Soul to Amnesia

The Suffers Bring Texas Soul to Amnesia

Following in the footsteps of Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings and the classic groups before her, the Suffers represent the latest generation working in the tradition of soul music. The Houston based ten-piece band is making its first visit to the West Coast this winter,…

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Interview: Craft Spells Kick Off ‘Nausea’ Tour at Noise Pop 2015

Interview: Craft Spells Kick Off ‘Nausea’ Tour at Noise Pop 2015

Fronted by Justin Vallesteros, indie pop band Craft Spells is launching its latest tour in San Francisco at Noise Pop Festival at Great American Music Hall on Feb. 25. Vallesteros, who lived in a San Francisco in 2010 before moving back to his hometown in…

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Photos: Feeling Irie With Iration at Fox Theater

Photos: Feeling Irie With Iration at Fox Theater

It was a lovely night of California reggae on Saturday as Iration headlined a Valentine’s Day show at Fox Theater with Stick Figure and Hours Eastly.

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Photos: ‘Under Pressure’ With Logic at the Regency

Photos: ‘Under Pressure’ With Logic at the Regency

Logic was in the building for a packed house at the Regency on Wednesday, one of many stops on a coast-to-coast tour that is essentially sold out.

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AC/DC Announces AT&T Park Concert

AC/DC Announces AT&T Park Concert

With a headlining slot already booked at Coachella, it was almost inevitable that AC/DC would bring its thunderous Aussie rock to the masses with a proper tour. The group announced today that it will stop at AT&T Park this September as part of its “Rock…

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Report: Hemlock Tavern Could Close to Make Way for More Apartments

Report: Hemlock Tavern Could Close to Make Way for More Apartments

More stomach churning for San Francisco’s music community: Hemlock Tavern on Polk Street is the latest local venue threatened by an expensive apartment development. Hoodline and SF Weekly are reporting that the venue and bar, a long-time staple of the rock scene with local and…

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Photos: G-Eazy’s ‘Bay to the Universe’ Tour Comes Home

Photos: G-Eazy’s ‘Bay to the Universe’ Tour Comes Home

East Bay rapper G-Eazy brought his “From the Bay to the Universe” tour home for a show at the Warfield on Friday with Kehlani, Jay Ant and Kool John.

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2015 Grammy Award Winners

2015 Grammy Award Winners

Spoiler alert: For those who want to skip the three and a half hour Grammy awards broadcast tonight (perhaps, to see some live music?), here is the list of winners.

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Flume, Sbtrkt and Tycho to Headline Lighting in a Bottle Festival

Flume, Sbtrkt and Tycho to Headline Lighting in a Bottle Festival

More than 100 artists have been announced for this year’s 10-year anniversary lineup for Lighting in a Bottle, including international favorites Flume and Sbtrkt. Other artists playing at the 5-day festival over Memorial Day Weekend (May 21 – 25) on California’s central coast include San…

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Robert Plant, Kendrick Lamar and Modest Mouse to Headline Sasquatch Festival

Robert Plant, Kendrick Lamar and Modest Mouse to Headline Sasquatch Festival

Led Zeppelin veteran Robert Plant, rapper Kendrick Lamar and indie-rock group Modest Mouse will headline Sasquatch Music Festival this year. The four-day festival takes place Memorial Day Weekend (May 22-25) at the Gorge Amphitheater in Quincy, Washington. Additional artist highlights include London producer Sbtrkt, Australian…

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Q&A: In Familiar Company With Oakland’s Forrest Day

Q&A: In Familiar Company With Oakland’s Forrest Day

Following the 2013 release of their sophomore album The Second, Forrest Day’s latest EP Familiar Company arrived in January, satiating fans with a mix of new and old material while the band’s next two full-length albums are in the works. The band of Oakland locals…

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