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Review: Admiral Radley at Noise Pop

Review: Admiral Radley at Noise Pop

For the un-Noise Pop-initiated, last night’s Admiral Radley show at Bottom of the Hill was an awesome introduction to the festival.  The crowd was totally pumped to be there, and the club was filled with folks who love music enough to head out on a…

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Week in Photos

Week in Photos

Check out the latest galleries from SF Station, featuring images from Chromeo, the Dum Dum Girls, and RollerDisco.

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Noise Pop Preview: Admiral Radley

Noise Pop Preview: Admiral Radley

Head to Bottom of the Hill tonight for a headlining set by indie super group Admiral Radley — two parts LA-based ethereal indie poppers Earlimart  (singer/guitarist Aaron Espinoza and singer/bassist/keyboardist Ariana Murray), plus two parts Modesto-based indie rockers Grandaddy (singer/guitarist Jason Lytle and drummer Aaron…

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Video: Cut Copy “Need You Now”

Video: Cut Copy “Need You Now”

Does the nice SF weather this afternoon have you feeling sporty? Apparently, Cut Copy is feeling it. The Video for “Need You Now” off of the band’s new album will make you sweat just watching from your computer.

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Live Review: Prince at Oracle Arena

Live Review: Prince at Oracle Arena

Prince showed Oakland that he is still at the top of his game last night during the first of three scheduled concerts at Oracle Arena.

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Hot Track: Architecture in Helsinki

Hot Track: Architecture in Helsinki

Architecture in Helsinki is set to release its first album in four years on May 3rd. Put some boogie in your morning with the delicious first single, “Contact High.”

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Cobain at 44

Cobain at 44

If Kurt Cobain was still alive, today would be his 44th birthday. In his honor, the folks over at Flavorpill compiles a list of “44 Things You Didn’t Know” about the Nirvana frontman.

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UnderCover Presents The Pixies’ Doolittle

UnderCover Presents The Pixies’ Doolittle

UnderCover is a fairly new cohort of local musicians who take on and reinterpret one seminal album in its entirety every three months. Last fall it was The Velvet Underground’s debut covered by 40 musicians.

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Preview: Endless Boogie at Hemlock Tavern

Preview: Endless Boogie at Hemlock Tavern

With a combined age of 169 the members of Brooklyn’s Endless Boogie have one rule when it comes to performing live: only play a show when asked.

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Live Review: The Radio Dept.

Live Review: The Radio Dept.

I’m pretty late to the Radio Dept. train. Since 2003, The Swedish indie pop trio has released three studio records, four EPs and, just last month, a singles compilation of dreamy, shoegaze-y, electronic goodness from the past eight years.

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Twilight Singers Visit Amoeba Today

Twilight Singers Visit Amoeba Today

It’s rainy and cold, and the perfect day to snuggle up against the stacks of vinyl and CDs at Amoeba for a free in-store with the Twilight Singers. They arrive at the Haight Street location today at 6pm.

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Video: Darlings “Big Girl”

Video: Darlings “Big Girl”

New York’s Darlings inject a little youthful fun back in into indie rock with a mix of power chords and feedback that would make Rivers Cuomo (circa ’94) proud.

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