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Metric Headlines Noise Pop 2016: Q&A with Emily Haines

Metric Headlines Noise Pop 2016: Q&A with Emily Haines

The deeply introspective, sometimes electronic, sometimes indie rock, but always passionate band from Toronto, Metric, headlines San Francisco’s Noise Pop Festival at the Nob Hill Masonic Center on February 23. In 1998, a band from Canada named themselves after a setting on their keyboard that…

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Serato Releases Seamless Playlist-Building iPhone App

Serato Releases Seamless Playlist-Building iPhone App

Today New Zealand-based audio software company Serato is releasing a new playlist-building app dubbed “Pyro.” Pyro allows users to build playlists from both their Spotify library and their personal library to create one sourced from both the streaming service and their own collection. Like a…

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Maybe the Moon Brings Sexy Back, Just in Time for Valentine’s Day

Maybe the Moon Brings Sexy Back, Just in Time for Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is almost upon us, and while some lovers quarrel over dinner reservations or swoon over flowers and chocolates, and some singles flip through Tinder, desperately seeking a partner in crime for a night – Maybe the Moon’s Karmen Kimball and Alex Lasner make…

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Photos: Metallica at AT&T Park The Night Before Super Bowl 50 in San Francisco

Photos: Metallica at AT&T Park The Night Before Super Bowl 50 in San Francisco

The concert, dubbed “Too Heavy for Halftime”, marked the bands first performance of 2016. All photos by Luis Rocha. “We can’t wait to play our first show of 2016 and there’s nowhere we’d rather kick off the festivities than in our own backyard,” said Metallica’s…

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Q&A Dim Mak Records’ Keys N Krates Brings the Bass to Regency Ballroom

Q&A Dim Mak Records’ Keys N Krates Brings the Bass to Regency Ballroom

Canadian electronic band Keys N Krates began 2016 with a bang, releasing their newest EP Midnite Mass on January 15 and launching a North American tour. They have an upcoming show stop in San Francisco at the Regency Ballroom on February 18, which is their…

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‘Bill Graham and the Rock & Roll Revolution’ Takes Over the Contemporary Jewish Museum

‘Bill Graham and the Rock & Roll Revolution’ Takes Over the Contemporary Jewish Museum

Beginning next month, The Contemporary Jewish Museum will celebrate the life of legendary concert promoter Bill Graham. The exhibition, titled Bill Graham and the Rock & Roll Revolution, opens March 17 and runs through July 5. Bay Area residents will have the chance to explore…

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Deerhunter Coming to the Fillmore and UC Theatre

Deerhunter Coming to the Fillmore and UC Theatre

Atlanta-based artists Deerhunter bring pop songwriting, sun-dazed psychedelia, and genre-bending rock to the Fillmore on Wednesday, April 18 and the UC Theatre in Berkeley on Tuesday, April 19. +Tickets for the UC Theatre show go on sale this Friday, February 5 at 10am +Fillmore show already…

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Q&A: Future UK Garage Duo Bondax Kick Off U.S. Tour at The Independent

Q&A: Future UK Garage Duo Bondax Kick Off U.S. Tour at The Independent

Electronic music duo Bondax, consisting of English musicians Adam Kaye and George Townsend, begin their U.S. headline tour in San Francisco with a live show at The Independent. When they return to SF on February 17, they plan to bring a few surprise acts, which…

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Arianna Huffington, Food Tastings, Music & Culture Take the Stage at Arts & Ideas Series

Arianna Huffington, Food Tastings, Music & Culture Take the Stage at Arts & Ideas Series

Does the name Dan Savage the advice columnist for Savage Love or Arianna Huffington of Huffington Post sound familiar? Well, they are just two of the fabulous personalities making an appearance on the JCCSF’s upcoming events calendar. Listen to talks from inspirational, historically and culturally…

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Win Tickets: SF Symphony and NFL Films Present ‘A Concert of Champions’ for Super Bowl 50

Win Tickets: SF Symphony and NFL Films Present ‘A Concert of Champions’ for Super Bowl 50

In celebration of Super Bowl 50, the San Francisco Symphony has partnered with NFL Films to present “A Concert of Champions” on February 3rd and 4th. Guest hosted by NFL Hall-of-Fame running back and former Oakland Raider Marcus Allen, the events will feature selections from…

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Q&A: Jenny Lee of Warpaint Sets Off on Solo Tour

Q&A: Jenny Lee of Warpaint Sets Off on Solo Tour

Bassist Jenny Lee Lindberg of California indie rock band Warpaint, has started the new year touring in line with the release of her first solo record, Right On! under the moniker “jennylee”. The album is full of bass-heavy new wave riffs, colored with Lindberg’s dreamy vocal…

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Breaking: Radiohead Confirmed to Headline Outside Lands 2016

Breaking: Radiohead Confirmed to Headline Outside Lands 2016

Although the Outside Lands official lineup announcement is still many months away, it has been confirmed that rock band Radiohead will headline the festival in addition to other major North American music festivals this year. The British band announced their first show since 2012 earlier…

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