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Bon Iver dazzles sold out crowd at Greek Theater

Bon Iver dazzles sold out crowd at Greek Theater

A very humbled Justin Vernon, known to us as Bon Iver (pronounced bohn eevair; French for “good winter”) dazzled a sold out crowd at Berkeley’s Greek Theater last night. “We are very lucky,” Vernon told the crowd as he tried to explain the magnitude of…

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Preview: Atom™, Safety Scissors at GAFFTA

Preview: Atom™, Safety Scissors at GAFFTA

This Saturday, Gray Area Foundation for the Arts (GAFFTA) is excited to present the SF debut of Atom™. He has prepared a live A/V set and will be supported by Safety Scissors

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Video: Wavves "Bug"

Video: Wavves "Bug"

In the video for their new single “Bug,” Wavves gets loaded, plays Monopoly, and hangs out with a gun toting mermaid.

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Happy 1 Year Anniversary, Public Works!

Happy 1 Year Anniversary, Public Works!

One of the most forward thinking and exciting venues in town, Public Works continuously provides quality events of all kinds. This Saturday, Sept 24 they celebrate 1 year of successful dance parties, benefits, and eclectic musical acts.

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Review: ‘Secret’ Show With Jane’s Addiction, Snoop Dogg & The Killers

Review: ‘Secret’ Show With Jane’s Addiction, Snoop Dogg & The Killers

There’s no denying that Napster co-founder and Facebook collaborator Sean Parker knows how to throw a party. Following the F8 conference last night he brought Snoop Dogg, Jane’s Addiction and The Killers together for an exclusive show in SF.

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Treasure Island Schedule Announced

Treasure Island Schedule Announced

Organizers for the Treasure Island Music Festival, the last hurrah of the summer/fall Bay Area festival season, just released the daily schedule for the two-day event, October 15th and 16th.

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The Californian Brings Summery Surf Sounds to SF

The Californian Brings Summery Surf Sounds to SF

Los Angeles surf rock band The Californian prides itself on being one of the hardest working indie bands in in the South Land. After releasing an EP last year, the five piece band led by singer John Graney has put together a modern-day surf tribute…

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Weekend Club Roundup

Weekend Club Roundup

With electronic music-fest LovEvolution taking over Oakland on Saturday, the Bay Area is ready to put in work on the city’s dancefloors this weekend!

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Mixtape Review: Under the Influence by Odd Future's Damier Genesis

Mixtape Review: Under the Influence by Odd Future's Damier Genesis

Odd Future’s resident stoner Damier Genesis fulfilled his promise to fans and uploaded his new project Under The Influence to his Tumblr at 4:20 pm yesterday.

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R.E.M. Breaks Up After Three Decades

R.E.M. Breaks Up After Three Decades

Today one of  rock and roll’s all-time  great bands called it quits after three long decades together. The band released a statement through their website announcing the split.

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Win Tickets to Live from the Control Room

Win Tickets to Live from the Control Room

Featuring notable beatmakers and performers like Lateef the Truthspeaker (Latyrx, Quannum), A-Plus from Souls of Mischief (Hieroglyphics), Moe Green (iM, Out Crowd, Vallejo), DaVinci (SweetBreads, Fillmore, SF) and more, Live from the Control Room series is a live concert and production beat battle at 330…

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Review: Freaking Out by Toro y Moi

Review: Freaking Out by Toro y Moi

The lovely sounding Toro y Moi, headed by Chazwick Bundick, has been hard at work since entering the music scene in 2010 with his debut album Causers of This, and  his sophomore album Underneath Pine in February of this year.

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